Michael Jackson returns to life for a second time, this time fused with the Elephant Man's bones.
Michael Jackson and Victor Frankenstein bond over their father-son issues.
Blanket Jackson pours out his heart to Professor Polidori at Ye Torch and Pitchfork.
Dr. Frankenstein reanimates the body of the late king of pop and reunites him with his youngest son (balcony not included).
Blanket interrupts Victor and Michael Jackson's fun in the lab.
Blanket Jackson and Victor Frankenstein are both kinda like quirky dudes, brah.
The opening credits to 'Yawn of the Dead'.
Blanket attempts to do something interesting to win the love of his dead father.
Hitler is sick of hating the Jews.
Victor Frankenstein brings Michael Jackson back to life some twenty years after his death in order to hang out with his adult son Blanket Jackson.
Founding Father, Thomas Jefferson visits Frankenstein's mad laboratory for some laughs and a song.
With permission from Jesus Christ (Andy Dick), Victor Frankenstein takes a Frankenhole back in time and cheats on Elizabeth with her younger self.
Japan is plagued by it's most horrible threat yet; while the monsters in Victor's little town fear that no one is taking them seriously as threatening creatures anymore.
Director and ex-child star, Ron Howard wants Frankenstein to make him young and cute again.
In order to sleep with attractive women like Jackie O and Marilyn Monroe, newly appointed President Lyndon Baines Johnson asks Frankenstein to put his brain into the handsome head of the recently deceased JFK.
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