IT IS SCARY HOW MUCH
EVERYONE LIKES FRANKENSTEIN MOBSTER!
"Far, far too much
fun. [I] want to come back to Monstros City over and over
again." - Greg McElhatton,
"Mark Wheatley is one of the under-appreciated geniuses
of comics. Instant hook for readers. Comic of the week."
- 9th Arts Pick of the Best
"Resembles FABLES and Will Eisner's THE SPIRIT. How
much better can it get? This masterfully cartooned story is
playful without being silly."
- Ain't It Cool News COMICS
Unexpected and exactly right.
Eisneresque. Five Tonys." - Tony
Isabella, Comics Buyer's Guide
"Image has a comic called Frankenstein Mobster which
I *bleeping* love."
- Harry Knowles, Ain't It Cool News
"Buy this book! Frankenstein
Mobster is what comics haven't been in awhile: FUN! Titles
like this don't come around often."
-- Keith Huening, Horror Comics Review
"In a class all by itself ...
a great combination of genres, great art,
smart dialogue ... It's one of my favorite comics."
- D. J. Anderson, Nos Redna Review
"A quality read."
- Matt Martin, Optic Verve
"The artwork is - great."
- Ace Comics Reviews
"A really strange series that
deserves a look. Phenomenal."
-- John Lewis, Creature's Corner
"Frankenstein Mobster is inventive
- and invented - fun. Highly recommended."
- Scoop, Off the Presses
"A well thought out, complete
comics milieu. I really love the details in this book. Wheatley
manages to deliver a dose of crime-noir-monster fun."
- Mag, Comics Treadmill
"Frankenstein Mobster, offers
a storyline rich with possibilities - interesting characters
with believable motivations and dialogue - beautifully painted
artwork. Wheatley's work is truly original in every way, as
you've never seen classic scary-movie monsters in the same
- Mark Allen, Suspended Animation
"A unique series that is very
fun. The monsters are all very odd; there are the mummies
trying to raise a family, the trolls fishing in the polluted
water, the goblins that breed like rabbits and my personal
favorite, Fang Goom, the well-educated sea monster. Think
- Dick Tracy meets The Munsters. Frankenstein Mobster is a
great comic full of monsters, organized crime and bad jokes.
What more could you possibly want?"
- Donovan Feuring, ComicReaders.com
"One could argue that this
is a 'Frankenstein's Monster story' or a 'Mummy story.' The
Mobster itself is clearly an homage to the Monster that Dr.
Frankenstein created. However, Frankenstein Mobster is less
a tale about lost humanity (as is commonly the theme with
Monster stories) than it is about revenge from beyond the
- Monster Week
"Quite good fun - deadpan B-movie
absurdity with shamelessly awful puns and plenty of tongue-in-cheek
- Paul O'Brien, X-Axis