Dr. Frank N. Stein can’t decide if he’s a neurosurgeon or a marriage counselor.  When Scarlet and Malcolm pay him a visit, the good doctor’s wires aren’t the only thing that get crossed!

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R. Robert Pollak will have you in (wait for it…) stitches with the pop-art styling of “Come Together.” Color by Ashley Lanni. The digital download includes extras you can ONLY get online, including the short comic “Frankenmorning,” by Susan and Jeffrey Bridges, with art by Penelope Gaylord; and “Shelley Portrait” by Trevor Hanowski.

A graduate of Pratt Institute, drawing illustrations with a cartoon flair since the mid-1970′s. Studied with David Edward Byrd (Godspell, Follies). Painting studies in Pietra Santa, Italy. Designed major displays/windows as a Visual Merchandiser on Fifth Avenue for over a decade. Oversaw corporate publications as art director for five years at the JC Penney Company’s world headquarters. Teaching art and many other subjects for the NYC DOE for more than twenty years. Many pen/ink illustrations have been published in an assortment of magazines/newspapers. Starting with the SoHo Weekly News and Saks Fifth Avenue, to more recently The Shawangunk Journal, The Ellenville Public Library and Museum, and historic Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn.

In 2009, with assistance from John S. Lucas, started a new Katy Keene Fan Club on FB. Administered and created art for that group up to 2011. It was an artistic homage to Bill Woggon’s 1945 creation. Mermaids, Vixens, and Wenches, A Pin-Up Gallery was created in 2011. It features postcard collections and an independent pin-up comic that debuted in 2012. Also in 2012, rendered several b/w pieces for Red Stylo Media’s Shakespeare Shaken anthology. Created Ellen’s Adventures at the Shadowland, a weekly comic strip for an upstate New York newspaper. It incorporates the local theatre and landmarks in the Ulster County area.

UNFASHIONED CREATURES is a collection of over twenty monstrous, moving and mirthful tributes to Mary Shelley and her legendary tale, Frankenstein.  A host of creators have sewn together comic shorts, short-series and original artwork sure to inspire equal parts terror and wonder.  The digital edition will included bonus stories and content unavailable in the print edition, which will come alive in time for Halloween!

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