I’ve blogged previously about the stupendously prolific poster artist Sandro Simeoni (aka Symeoni), here delivering another typically dynamic illustration for I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (1957), released in Italy as The Massacre of Frankenstein.
Simeoni layers the action with a voluptuous blonde up front and background characters engaged in violent action. The ragged, golfball-eyed Teenage Frankenstein swings a club at his overpowered victims against a glowing field of red. Simeoni would use the same funky Frankenstein logo on his poster for The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958).
Image source: The ever-excellent Wrong Side of the Art.