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Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, Season 2TV-MAClosed Captioning

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In the second season of MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENHOLE, we find VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN a lot more domesticated, a little more vulnerable, but with the exact same amount of NARCISSISM coursing through his IMMORTAL veins. Together with his wife ELIZABETH, their adopted artificial son THE CREATURE, and a bunch of other IDIOTS, they tackle various MORTAL problems such as: who are your biological parents when you're stitched together from CADAVERS; how can you destroy VAMPIRES when there's a group of UNDEAD RIGHTS ACTIVISTS protecting them; and who's better at giving birth--MEN or WOMEN???

Customer Reviews

Wonderful animation!

I love love love this show and I am so happy for a second season!

Amazing animation!

Really unique and funny show; I'm so glad they made a second season!


I love this show but wow.... I can't believe they really changed Dr. Frankensteins features he's nothing like in season one he's more cartoonish like. He's not much of a jerk anymore. Season had so much to love but now season two is like watching another old cartoon. I still love the show but I refuse to watch season two. There's nothing interesting there for me they pull a few funny jokes here and there but not like the first one. If season three comes out oh god please make it like season one.

Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, Season 2
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Animation
  • Released: Jan 22, 2012
  • CCin English

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