Considering I was watching the classic Universal Monster’s Frankenstein at 3 years old on the Late, Late, Show, I don’t believe my father was surprised that I was like many young boys in being captivated by all things monster related. The likes of Hanna-Barbera’s monster turned superhero series Drak Pack did nothing to lessen that enthusiasm towards those creatures of the night either.
How can you go wrong with an animated series like that? When you throw in the voice talents of Alan Oppenheimer (Man at Arms, Thundarr the Barbarian) as Big D, Don Messick (Astro, Papa Smurf, Ratchet) as Toady, Jerry Dexter (Aqualad, Superboy) as Drac Jr., and William Callaway (Bizarro, Beachhead, Aquaman, and only four characters from the Inhumanoids!) taking on vocal chores for both Frankie and Howler you know you are in for a good time…that is if you can get the DVD set that came out a few years back, it only came out in Canada. I guess you can always try over at Amazon.
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