The classic monster tale reanimated in a dynamic new format for today’s reader. Bold and brooding graphic novel–style illustrations and dramatic 3-D scenes rise from the pages as the brilliant Dr. Frankenstein brings the dead back to life. With multiple interactive elements, including pop-ups and fold-outs on every page, readers will appreciate the easy-to-follow dialogue, while horror fans and pop-up collectors will marvel at the modern art that breathes new life into the classic story. A superb example of paper engineering, this classic pop-up tale of "The Modern Prometheus" offers an interactive, bloodcurdling experience while remaining true to the original version.
Mary Shelley (1797–1851) was a British writer and editor best known for her 1818 masterpiece Frankenstein. David Hawcock is the paper engineer of Universe’s Architecture Pop-Up and Dracula. Claire Bampton and Anthony Williams have, respectively, written and illustrated numerous books for children.