Monsters

Lovely Bride of Frankenstein Cookie

The Bride of Frankenstein Cookie

This lovely Bride of Frankenstein Cookie was made by Ester y sus Galleta.  The bride has green skin, black and white hair, and is wearing a wedding dress.  Her hair is blowing behind her. The moon is behind her head.  There are two ravens.  One looks like it is about to land on the bride’s outstretched hand.  The other is standing on the banner which reads “Never Say Die”.  In the left hand corner there is a red rose.

Awesome Frankenstein’s Monster Pumpkin Carving

Frankenstein s Monster Pumpkin Carving

This Awesome Frankenstein’s Monster Pumpkin Carving was made by Alex Wer – The Pumpkin Geek.

When I think of traditional Monsters, one of first to come to mind is Frankenstein’s Monster. He first appeared in Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel. Victor Frankenstein is compared to Prometheus in the novel.

The monster is 8 feet tall and ugly. He has bolts in his neck to serve as electrical connectors.

Boris Karloff played him in 1931. This image is what people usually think of when they hear Frankenstein.

Awesome Count Dracula Carved Pumpkin

Dracula Carved Pumpkin

 

Welcome to 31 Days of Geeky Pumpkins!   

If you love pumpkins, I’ve got a treat for you!  Every day in October, Between the Pages will be featuring a different Geeky Pumpkin.  We’ve got beautiful hand painted pumpkins, sculptures made from multiple pumpkins, and pumpkin carvings that will blow your mind.  Check back each day because we will be featuring everything from Dracula, cuddly Ewoks, Olaf, Star Wars, and even Space 1999.

This Awesome Count Dracula Carved Pumpkin was made by Dan Szczepanski. This is a hand painting of the Bela Lugosi version of Dracula from the 1931 film Dracula. Dracula is written in red letters on the pumpkin carving.

Count Dracula Pumpkin Carving

Here’s Dracula and Renfield.

Count Dracula Pumpkin Carving

The castle windows are reflected on the wall behind the pumpkin.

Count Dracula Pumpkin Carving

Here’s Lucy and Dracula.