When Mary Shelley first penned Frankenstein in 1816, it is dubious whether she had in mind a zombified beast like this Green Shock Mask, pieced together from the fragments of corpses and given the false shock of life by a mixture of science and nature. Of course, Frankenstein is no true zombie, but his origins are close enough, as he possesses an undead nature and a surreal look that places him securely in the ranks of horror. This mask is a bit more visceral in its depiction of Frankenstein, showing the classic green hued skin tone of the beast, while also keeping the stitched look. Its head is still bandaged, although a few open wounds and stitched closures give all a brief glimpse of the tissue that lies underneath. The eyes are sunken and stretched wide, giving it a glassy, rage-filled stare. Its mouth is permanently bound into a tooth-grinding snarl. The chest features a pair of steel plates that hold open the skin, revealing a bolted connector secured into the gory tissue that lies beneath. The mask is made entirely from high-quality latex. The overhead design covers the entire head, neck, and upper collar. Turn to this Green Shock Mask when you want to create a truly terrifying Frankenstein costume that does the genre proud.
- Wicked and Truly Impressive Frankenstein Mask
- Displays an Incredible Level of Detail
- Overhead Design Conceals the Entire Face and Neck
- Perfect for Halloween, Costume Parties, and More
- Made from High-Quality Latex
- One Size Fits Most Adults and Older Teens