The story of Frankenstein’s monster is one that has lead to plenty of pedantry over the year’s (“He’s not called Frankenstein!”) but the culture attachment is what it is regardless, so let’s be frank. There are a lof of interpretations and homages to this character over the years. Which one is your favorite or most iconic version if you don’t have a favorite?
One of my favorites comes from the Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer film where at the 83-minute mark it takes the cast and places them within the classic world, albeit with its own sensibilities to the ongoing story of the film. I always enjoyed seeing how other cultures and time changed how the story was interpreted or reworked and having it with this cast that I’d come to love so much was a delight.