Frankenstein's Monster (Horror) Custom Action Figure
Custom #:38826
Name:Frankenstein's Monster
Contest:Fairy Tales
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Horror
Date Added:May 1, 2012
Base Figure:Arkillo/Hulkbuster IM
Height:9.00 inches
This is my take on Frankenstein's Monster. After seeing Pulpfiction's awesome version of this classic monster, I knew I could not make a better looking Franky so I went a different route. I was also blown away by Caboose's FrankenHULK. So I took aspects from both customs and came up with this idea. I imagined if a futuristic Dr. Frankenstein made a monster with cutting edge technology. I made him super clean with no exposed wires or bolts. Just a super armored version that looked heavy duty and plain old mean.
Thanks for looking and for all the support. This site is awesome and I love entering the contests here.

Took this quote taken straight from the contest description:

For the purpose of this contest, you may consider a Fairy Tale to be loosely classified as any pre-industrial age folk story or legend dealing with the fantastic or supernatural. Fables, nursery rhymes, parables, apologues, and similar/related works, are also fair game as far as subject matter goes. Even literary scholars disagree on what should, or should not, be defined as a Fairy Tale, so, don't worry about the classification too much--we're going to be pretty liberal here.
And it goes on to say that you are able to make a sci-fi,horror,steampunk,or western version of the character.

In the description above it states that a custom for THIS contest may come from pre-industrial age folk story or legend dealing with the fantastic or supernatural.I believe that Mary Shelley created a legend when she wrote the tale of Frankenstein and this is my Sci-fi take on the legendary character. It also ends by saying that don't worry about the classification too much, and that it's going to be pretty liberal with the definition of "Fairytale".

Head: modified Hulk head
Torso: Arkillo
Arms: HB IM
Pelvis and thighs: Abomination
Boots: Stel

User Comments
Madtinker76 -
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Cosmic Fantasy Customs -
Friday, May 18, 2012
excellent job, love all the parts and work, it is a masterpiece. it is truly alive. awesome work and info.
NeCrollector -
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
This custom is so well put together that you forget the fact that he's made up of 5 different figures! That in itself is AMAZING! The paint job is just beautiful!
suprasizeme -
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Thanks to all of those who viewed and voted on my custom. And special thanks to all who left the awesome comments. I really can't express how much your encouragement and support means to me. And I love entering these contest so expect to see more entries from me.
CAb00se -
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
very cool concept, great execution, thought it would have placed higher. it really is sharp looking! great work man!!
RedRebelCustoms -
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Just an amazing figure! Congrats on a great score bro! I really like the paint apps and design here! Definately a great choice for the contest. He fit perfectly!
G Brand -
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
This really is quite an incredible work of art. Love the concept and great execution.
Voting ends for the Fairy Tales Custom Contest (customizer revealed). - Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Ole Jade Jaw -
Monday, May 7, 2012
Nicely done buddy!!
fastfreddie -
Monday, May 7, 2012
Well, if the moderators allowed it to be posted then that's good enough for me, it could very well be a fairy tale, myth or fable! I always hoped they were true anyways, but I gotta give it a big 5, if only for the parts that were used in making it, but the recipe and paint and the idea behind it really make this one! AWESOME JOB!
RedRebelCustoms -
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Actually, Mary Shelley visited Castle Frankenstein where the notorious alchemist Konrad Dippel was said to experiment on human bodies. As previously stated this falls under the guidelinez. Also before being dropped in modern versions the book was subtitled The Modern Prometheus connecting the concept directly to the Greek Mythos of the Titan who made man from clay for Zeus and was later written in Latin as made of clay and water, making it a retelling altered for the time similar to Frankenstein.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
WOW BRO, all the parts fit together perfectly to make this BAD AZZ creation!!!
boskoes -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
this is really awesome!
NeCrollector -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Beautiful custom!
Therapist -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
reminds me a lot of a frankenstien Yamivash 0 did a while back
endcity -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
THAT Is Amazing! Bravo A job well done
Whiskeytango -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
I like the look of it a lot, and its definitely well made, but I'm not really sure how well it fits the theme of the contest.
Jon Michael -
Friday, May 4, 2012
Yeah, I don't really consider Mary Shelley's Frankenstein to really fit with Grimm's fairy tales or Aesop's fables.
lanshark1 -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
WOW, just WOW!
Bartowski -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Nice, cool recipe
Nsp -
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
love the look of this guy paints n parts are all super clean
Voting begins for the Fairy Tales Custom Contest (pictures revealed). - Tuesday, May 1, 2012
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