This is very similar to todays Argyle Sweater.
Truly a man of many parts.
Now that I have spat in a bottle and submitted it for testing and received the results, I get upset when I realize that my Granny lied.
You’re a mutt, dude.
Being a family comic, the artist left off the American Standard.
IKEA-stein, some assembly required.
Today’s Argyle Sweater is just evidence that you can’t trust these results. Frankie got different results over there.
ROFL! “Lowe’s”! That is hilarious!
Why Lowe’s for one part of Frankenstien?
Maybe Rob Lowe played the part in High School?
Heinz 57…..coming and going to parts unknown
hard to believe, unless Igor raided some cemetery where all foreigners were buried. You’d think that he simply went to the closest cemetery when no one was watching
then again chances are that below his sole is some label that says ‘made in China’
Does Mark Parisi know he has a long lost twin named Scott Hilburn?
Wait! How are this and the Argyle Sweater the same!?!
I like the “Lowe’s” feature.
Mr Parisi, I sure hope you and Mr Hilburn are friends and discussed this over coffees (or beers or something else, of course.) Otherwise the coincidence is pretty scary. At least no one can accuse either one of you of pilfering ideas from another cartoonist when they come out on the same day. Happy Halloween!And I love the “Lowe’s” bit. That is laugh-out-loud funny. Thanks for the chuckle.
From whence to the Family Jewels originate?
Wild coincidence? Or is this “Cartoon Frankenstein Discovers His Genetic Heritage” day?
September 06, 2014