I was exceedingly happy to stumble across the third installment of Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein Alive, Alive! series. This "sequel" to the original Mary Shelley story began with a bang two years ago then limped along for a second chapter months later and then disappeared with a whimper. I don't know what the frequency of these will be, but hopefully more often than once every few years. It's good stuff though, vivid Wrightson on arguably and ironically his most vivid characterization.