8 pgs. Appeared first time [COLOR] in Eerie #58 (1974). Reprinted [COLOR] in Comix International #3 (1976), [COLOR] in Heavy Metal Special: Richard Corben Special (1998) [VERS.2], [COLOR] in Heavy Metal Special: The Best of Richard Corben from Creepy & Eerie (1998) [VERS.2], [COLOR] in Creepy Presents Richard Corben (2012) [VERS.3], and [COLOR] in Eerie Archives Volume #12 (2013) [VERS.3].
Story: Greg Potter. Color(prob. colored by overlays)/Art: Richard Corben (no signature, © 1974). Lettered by hand (Warren).
BR: as Child [BRA], Part 2(2!): "Uma cidade" in Almanaqua de Kripta [#1] (1977).
FIN: as Lapsi, Osa 2(3): "Massan mieli" in Shokki tekijänä Richard Corben #1 (2013).
France [FRA]: as "Gamin [#2]: La meute hurlante" in Creepy [FRA] "nouvelle serie" #1 (1978) and Profondeurs (1978).
Germany [GER]: as "Frankie: Hexenjagd" in Vampir-Comic #9 (1975), as "Kind: Vorsicht vor der Masse" in Die Aussergewöhnliche Welt des Richard Corben, Vol. 2 (1980).
Italy [ITA]: as Bimbo #2: "Attenzione alla marmaglia" in Collana Umanoidi #6 (1982).
The Netherlands [NL]: as Kleine Jongen, Hoofdstuk 2(3): "De stem van het volk" in Richard Corben #2 [NL]: Diepten (1981).
Serbia [SER]: as Dete, Part 2(3): "Mind of the Mass [SER]!" in Jeznovik #2: Ričard Korben (2013).
Spain [SPA]: as "Niño / La mente de las masas", [B&W] in Rufus #20 (1975), and as "Niño / ¡Cuidado con la chusma!" in El extraordinario mundo de Richard Corben #2 (1981), and as "Niño / La mente de las masas", in Rich Corben #2 (1993).
Style: Fully Painted Colors. Genre: Horror. Time Span: Middle Ages. Nudity: None.
Keywords: Freak. Blindness. Witch hunt.
Synopsis: Frankensteinish creature with a mind of a child makes his first human contact and finds only hostility. Blind old lady tries to help him.
Comment: Corben's colors in this story are not so successful, specially green forest is messy. Burning witch is exceptionally efective and it reminds Corben's early work "Tales from the Plague". Greg Potter's story is dull; it is the worst chapter of a serial of the child creature, though it is "loyal" for original Frankenstein story (keeping its own inside-logic).
Alternatives, [VERS.2]: Poorly scanned from magazine.
Alternatives, [VERS.3]: Restored with piety by José Villarrubia.
Copyright © 1997 Heart-Attack-Series, Ink!,
Created: August 24, 1997. Modified: July 4, 2019.