FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E. #13

• Animal Man and Swamp Thing fans take note: “ROTWORLD: SECRETS OF THE DEAD” starts here!

• A 3-issue arc showcasing Frankenstein’s battle against the Rot invasion!

Written by Matt Kindt
Art by Alberto Ponticelli & Wayne Faucher
Cover by Alberto Ponticelli & Wayne Faucher

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  1. Kind of miffed that this is getting Sucked into the Rotworld story, oh well, the first issues of the story were good last week. i just hope that the Creature Commandos don’t go missing for the next three issues.

  2. I might come back for these 3-issues. I really didn’t like Kindt’s first issue at all and dropped it quickly. But I loved this book when Lemire was writing it. So I’m hoping the second time’s a charm.

    • I did the same thing after Kindt’s first issue…then picked up the 0 issue: loved it. Went back one issue before and bought the one I had skipped.

      So far, I’m digging what Kindt’s doing. I HOPE HOPE HOPE that this Rotworld thing pays off for god’s sake.

    • Maud 'Dib P2 (@maudblog) says:

      It’s because of Kindt’s work on Mind MNGT for Dark Horse that I came onboard with issue 10. Still trying to catch up on the character though. However, since Swampy and Animal man took so long to ramp up, I’ve lost interest in the Rotworld storyline.

  3. This book is solid, but it’s also the kind of book that I could drop easily or forget to pick up. So far, I’m with it.

  4. If the rumors are true (Rob Liefeld’s tweet), Frankie will be getting the ax soon (Feb?).

    I’ve enjoyed this ride and hope it continues, but the recent numbers aren’t friendly based on DC’s past actions with the New 52.

  5. At first I thought it was cool that Frankenstein would tie in with Rotworld. Then Rotworld turned out to be a big disappointment. Now it kinda sucks. But at least Frank still gets to be awesome and this is easily the best Rotworld related issue so far.

  6. It’s the same plot as Archer and Armstrong! What a gyp!

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