Chef Machiavelli nodded his head. He readied the sambuca and amaretto.
"What, no cream?" said Zombos, holding up the empty creamer.
Chef Machiavelli grunted. He had forgotten to fill it.
"I can help!" said my sister snapping her fingers.
The cream appeared, but not in the creamer.
"Oh, my," said Zimba reaching for the napkins again. She helped Zombos wipe off his clothes.
"Darn, I thought that was an easy one, too." Trixie looked at her errant fingertips as if to scold them.
"Never mind, dear. Never mind," said Zimba.
"I'll take mine black," I said, "with a little amaretto if you don't mind."
In the third and final part of our review of the Frankenstein Legacy Collection, we'll explore Ghost of Frankenstein, where Lon Chaney Jr. solidifies the role of the Frankenstein monster as a mute brute, and we meet yet another son of Frankenstein, Ludwig, coerced by Ygor to help his still ailing friend who's — so far — been burned up, blown up, and boiled in sulfur.
Read part one.