Discussion in 'New York City, NY' started by BobaFettWBlasterRifle, Feb 18, 2004.
All characters listed refer to their incarnations in the Classic Universal Horror original films (or Mel Brooks parody as the case may be). So, Count Dracula is Lugosi's Dracula, not Christopher Lee's, or Gary Oldman's, or Leslie Nielsen's. And so on.
Frankenstein's monster is the most resilient of the bunch, and since the Bride had him whipped beyond measure, she is my reigning Queen of Universal Horror Smackdown.
Count Dracula. No Contest.
They had some great new collectables of some of these characters at Toy Fair. Some nice Statues.
Frau Blucher all the way!!
Frankenstein's Monster is too moody. Dracula can toy with his mind.
The Wolf Man has animal instinct. Dracula can control this.
The Mummy may have immortality, but he certainly sticks out like a sore thumb in a crowd. Dracula can traverse through a crowd after a fresh feeding and pass as one of their own...by night or otherwise.
The Creature from the Black Lagoon, or Gill-Man, is a sea monster with animal instinct. There's so much more to Dracula to give him the upper hand here.
The Invisible Man? Dracula has keen senses and even if those fail, he can always assume a fine mist. No contest.
The Bride of Frankenstein? Drac's got a thing for charming the ladies...even a reconstituted one, I would think. No contest.
Frau Blucher? On a mental command from Drac, her name can condition the nearest horse to trample the old bat. No contest.
In short, I'm with MysterySith all the way here, gag or otherwise.
Frau Blucher definately, LOL