Greatest Universal Studios Monsters
The Top Ten
One of the bests fictional characters in literature and movies. Great, Boris K
How is he not number one?
I do not know why Dracula is so overrated, (Dracula is my third favorite monster), but I think Imhotep is far more powerful, since he has only very few weaknesses that are almost inaccessible unless you know how to speak ancient Egyptian, while the Count has more. In the 1932 film and in a novel I read, Inhotep is able to kill with spells or with one thought and in 1999 is basically a god, possesses the ten biblical plagues, invulnerability, immortality, life absorption, telekinesis, control of element, hypnosis, super strength, can become sand, control of carnivorous insects, and many other powers. Dracula is always exhalted perhaps because people like vampires, but The Wolf Man also beats Dracula. Also Imhotep is superior to others Universal mummies like the inexpressive Kharis or the mentally Ill Ahmanet.
Lawrence Talbot IS the werewolf.
He is also the hero and protagonist of the monster mash movies.
The Gill-man is just awesome, Ricou Browning's swimming skills and ability to hold his breath for so long was immense.
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