H.G. Wells' Scary Monster Contest!
Victor Frankenstein begrudgingly enters his overly sensitive Creature into the annual Scary Monster Contest.
Robert Louis Stevenson's Belushi!
Gluttonous, all-consuming John Belushi accidentally drinks Dr. Jekyll's serum and turns from a lovable rogue into the worst possible version of himself.
HP Lovecraft's Vagina!
In a classic Battle of the Sexes, Victor and Elizabeth decide to switch roles in order to prove the inferiority of each others gender.
Bram Stoker's Loudmouths!
Victor is tired of Vampires being disruptive in movie theaters and hatches a plan to end their reign of terror once and for all.
Victor Hugo's Identity!
The Creature, wanting to explore his ancestry, makes Victor dig up and reanimate all the corpses that "donated" his body parts.
Edgar Allen Poe's Jesus!
The Grim Reaper researches the demise of human life by following around history's greatest catalyst of death: Jesus.
Franz Kafka's Jealousy!
In order to prove that he doesn't have a jealous bone in his body, Victor puts out a singles ad for men to have sex with his wife, Elizabeth.
Hyralius, Mutant Monster!
Japan is plagued by it's most horrible threat yet; while the monsters in Victor's little town fear that no one is taking them seriously as threatening creatures anymore.
In order to sleep with attractive women like Jackie O and Marilyn Monroe, newly appointed President Lyndon Baines Johnson asks Frankenstein to put his brain into the handsome head of the recently deceased JFK.
Attack of the Were-Lawrence
Unlovable lycanthrope, Stewart Lawrence needs to find someone to love him in order to kill him.
Hitler is sick of hating the Jews. Can Mad Scientist Victor Frankenstein help? Tune in and find out.
When Death doesn't get Victor's respect, he takes it out on the immortal's extremely mortal children.
Ronny Ron Ronald
Director and ex-child star, Ron Howard wants Frankenstein to make him young and cute again.
Hunger of the Vampire
To become a more effective hunger striker, Mahatma Gandhi mixes his blood with Dracula's.
With permission from Jesus Christ (Andy Dick), Victor Frankenstein takes a Frankenhole back in time and cheats on Elizabeth with her younger self.