When Rapunzel discovers Dr. Frankenstein’s castle she is just looking for some medicine for her cold, but contact with one of his chemicals causes her hair to grow and come alive, along with the clay “monster” in his lab; Frankenstein is horrified at his own success, and it is up to Rapunzel to convince him and the towns’ people that neither she nor Clay is really a monster–and that living hair has some advantages.
Since 1986, Martin Powell has been a freelance writer. He has written hundreds of stories, many of which have been published by Disney, Marvel, Tekno comix, Moonstone Books, and others. In 1989, Powell received an Eisner Award nomination for his graphic novel Scarlet in Gaslight. This award is one of the highest comic book honors.
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