|The Figure and the Accessories|
The figure has a pretty decent amount of articulation, with hinges at the elbows and knees and cut joints at the hips, shoulders, wrists, and neck. It's much. much better than Diamond Select's version of this figure, which was more like a statue than a true action figure.
The sculpt on this figure is where it really shines the most. I think it's one of the best likenesses of Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster that I've ever seen on an action figure. The paint is a bit on the minimal side, and his clothes in particular could have used a paint wash and some texture to them, as they look a bit too plastic. But the paint that is there is used very well, and overall it's a great looking figure.
Another neat feature: if you have Sideshow's Bride of Frankenstein figure, the two figures' bases fit together, making for a really nice display.
Boris Karloff's Frankenstein Monster is one of my favorite characters of all time, and I've got a bunch of different figures of him. But this is hands down one of my favorites. It's easily the best version of Frankenstein's Monster in this scale (he's probably around 9 inches tall). This is a great figure to add to anyone's monster collection.