|This article is about a/an monster in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.|
|Season:||Mighty Morphin 1|
|Episode:||Life's a Masquerade|
|Voice Actor:||Tom Wyner|
The Frankenstein Monster was a humanoid monster created by Finster who is based on Dr. Frankenstein's monster. His main weapon was removing his neck-bolts and connecting them with a chain, creating a meteor hammer-like weapon and a spiked ball chain. He blends in with the crowd at a costume party in the Youth Center in an attempt to seek out the Rangers. After the Rangers confronted the Frankenstein Monster, they were promptly overpowered.
After the Frankenstein Monster grows to giant size, the Rangers in their Megazord struggle with him, until Tommy joins the battle with his Dragonzord. Early on in the battle, the Rangers call for the Power Sword and use the finishing strike which bounces harmlessly off of the Frankenstein Monster's chest. For a while, things appear grim, as the Frankenstein Monster is able to handle both the Dragonzord and Megazord simulatenously. The Megazord then disassembles and the Dragonzord combines with the Mastodon, Triceratops, and Saber-Toothed Tiger zords to form Dragonzord Battle Mode. Initially, the Frankenstein Monster still has the upper hand, as he continues to clobber the Dragonzord Battle Mode like he did the Megazord and Dragonzord, even blocking and then returning its crest blast. While laughing mockingly at the Rangers, they use the opportunity to obliterate the monster with the Power Staff. The Frankenstein Monster explodes in a strange way, with cracks appearing all over his body before exploding.
- The Monster is seen in the following episode during a meeting of Rita's gang despite having been destroyed previously. This was probably a mistake in editing.
- In the original Japanese episode, he transforms into Mutitus after getting struck by the Dragonzord Battle Mode's staff instead of blowing up. Footage of his transformation was replaced with footage of an explosion to make it look like he was destroyed.
- Despite being a non-speaking monster, he actually had two lines, "I can" and "C'mere".