Dracula's "walk of shame" was more like a sprint.
The Wolfman's performance as Hamlet during a blizzard was considered by many to be his best to date.
It was getting late and The Creature had to choose: The Black Lagoon or keep on texting.
The pyramid represented his past and his afterlife. One morning, The Mummy realized that life is really about embracing the present.
It was going great, but both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde were unsure if this was a date or a double date.
Frankenstein's Monster was polite, maintained an award winning poker face, and experienced the worst first date he'd ever been on.
When nobody "Liked" his truly important Facebook status, The Invisible Man realized that all of his friends blocked him. (His average over the last year: 5.78 posts a day.)
It was one of those beautiful sunsets where a full moon was also in the sky. To The Wolfman, it was nothing compared to the woman who insisted on grilling steaks after they both had long days at work.
Since moving to the suburbs, Balding Dracula smirked whenever he walked by the "Dead End" sign at the end of his street.
She firmly believed a dip in the Mediterranean would do The Mummy good.
The Creature from the Black Lagoon's blank stare belonged in a bar, not a Starbucks.
He was a vampire. She was a solar powered robot. The relationship was never going to work.
It was the first time Jason really felt old.
MONSTER LIFE CRISIS
I've been working on a web-comic that explores what it’s like to be a monster going through a midlife crisis.
I can't talk about this shit yet.