Designer unknown. Called Frankenstein by VGC. One of the typositor manufacturers made their own version and called it Dracula. [J-Louise Heron] It’s not confirmed that this face originated at VGC. Not shown in their 1972 catalog. Used already in 1976. Shown in Castcraft’s Encyclopedia (1978) as Frankenstein’s Bride and in the Solotype catalog (1992) as Frankenstein.
Digital versions include OPTI Frankenstein’s Bride (Castcraft, 1990–1991, used for sample), Karloff (Billy O. James, Digital Dog Graphics, 1991), Corpus (David Nalle, Scriptorium, 1993), Stolzenfels (Brendel, 1994), Drooping (ImageLine, 1994), Frieze (NovelFonts, 1994), Aaaaaaaargh Caps (Intecsas).