|Gary Friedrich, John Buscema, John Verpoorten, The Frankenstein Monster #9 (March 1974)|
One of the great things about Marvel back in the day was no matter how busy their characters were fighting multiple enemies, thanks to the intense aerobics training Stan Lee put them through as part of their contractual obligation to the company, they always had wind enough to explain their basic motivations. Or, in the case of Frankenstein's Monster here, to protest not having enough time to do so, while doing so.
I really don't see how this sequence makes Frankenstein's Monster (although this characterization is closer to Mary Shelley's original than the more well-known Boris Karloff movie version) all that different from the Incredible Hulk or the Silver Surfer or any of those yahoos. Yeah, Monster is more eloquent than the Jade Giant, but I'm sure they could commiserate over beers: "I don't have time to explain myself to you idiots despite my amazing ability to multi-task."