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Eva Frankenstein
General Information
Name Eva Kalinoth Frankenstein
Kanji エヴァ・カリナス・フランケンシュタイン
Romanji Evu~a Karinasu Furankenshutain
Alias Eva, Eva Frankenstein, Ms. Frankenstein, the Bride of Frankenstein, the Bride, the Female Monster, the Monster's Mate, the Daughter of Aerisi, Elizabeth Lavenza
Race Homonculus
Age 2 years old (from creation); physically 19 years old
Gender Female
Status Undead
Birthday April 4th
Height 1.8m
Weight 52kg
Hair Color Black (human disguise); Pink (homunculus form)
Eye Color Left: blue, Right: yellow
Blood Type Bloodless
Professional Status
Affiliation La Nueva Familia de Arzonia, Team Witness, Hexenmeister Community, Order of Flourish
Previous Affiliation The Cult of Howling Hatred, Elemental Evil, Chronos Empire, the Catholic Rebels, The Rogues
Occupation Homonculus Warrior, Team Witness Member, Monster of Frankenstein (good), Arzonia Family Agent, Patron Warrior in the Land Without Color
Previous Occupation Chronos Empire Agent, Catholic Rebels Agent
Partner(s) Adam Frankenstein, Maria Arzonia, Ichabod Crane, Abbie Mills, Lara Thomas, Diana Thomas, Matt Butcher, Carl Robinson
Previous Partner(s) Katarina Couteau, La Folia Rihavein, Mana Takamiya, Sonia Nevermind, Kyouko Kirigiri
Base of Operation Land Without Color
Personal Status
Relatives Dr. Victor Frankenstein ("father", deceased); Aerisi Kalinoth ("mother", deceased); Adam Frankenstein (kindred spirit)
Counterpart Adam Frankenstein, Frankenstein Monsters, Michael's Doppelgangers
Hobbies unknown
Goals unknown
Powers unknown
Type of Power unknown
Weapon Staff of Lightning
English Voice Shelley Calene-Black
The shell we created for ourselves cannot protect us forever. Living inside an ivory tower of fantasy? That's not my taste. I hate anything that began to freeze. If anything begin to freeze, whether it is situation or time, I'll break them apart, because this is what we live for. We're not builders. We're inspirations for those that needs freedom and kindness. I'm not a human myself, but I begin to know their feelings after keeping in touch with humanity. Humans are special, but they're not always monsters. Those monsters inside human skin shall be annialated as soon as possible. There's no mercy upon tratiors, heathens or war criminals. Nothing pitiful shall justify their crime. All awaite them would be anything but staying safe and sound!
Eva Frankenstein

Eva Kalinoth Frankenstein, also known as Eva, Eva Frankenstein, Ms. Frankenstein, the Bride of Frankenstein, the Bride, the Female Monster, the Monster's MateElizabeth Lavenza and the Daughter of Aerisi, is one of the major heroines in LOTM: Witnesses of Sleepy Hollow as well as its spinoffs. She is a homunculus created by Dr. Frankenstein from the Land Without Color. She made her debut in LOTM: Witnesses of Sleepy Hollow & Sword of Kings Crossover - The Corbin Files.

Being the last known Frankenstein's Monster to be created, Eva is born to be a homunculus created by Dr. Victor Frankenstein, from the body of a dead young woman. She was initially created as a mate for Adam Frankenstein, but Dr. Frankenstein was so traumatized by the betrayl of Eckidina KnightWalker, who manipulated him into creating the Frankenstein's Monsters out of dead bodies. However, the Bride of Frankenstein was brought back to life by the third one who participated the project; Aerisi Kalinoth, who had a change of heart. She later gave herself a name "Eva" to correspond the name of her mate, Adam. She later became one of the most vital allies of Maria Arzonia and gained development in her personality.

It was revealed that Eva has the kinder side of Aerisi, since Aerisi was the one who brought her to life. It is a maternal feelings for children and minions. It's just like Adam who was created by Dr. Frankenstein alone as the series' first prototype and had human traits. Aside from them, all other monsters has Eckidina taking part, installing brains of killers and madmen into them and made them bloodthirsty. Eva and Adam are the only two Frankenstein's Monsters that has human feelings and kind heart, but they're both disgusted by the dark side of humanity and decides to change it by ending the World War III, ending the reign of terror led by the warmonging KnightWalker Family.

After following Adam into 2037 by the end of The Corbin Files, Eva also joins Chronos Empire and later La Nueva Familia de Arzonia in order to confront the enemies like Michael Langdon. Because of her own relations with Aerisi, Eva shows a bit of knowledge on the Elemental Evil as well as Wind Armateus. She and Adam later develops a sibling relationship with Krans Romа́n Tsarskiy, treating him as their little brother.

She is an OC character created by Officer Candy Apple from CIS Productions, based upon the female monster from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and her later incarnations as the Bride of Frankenstein.


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Personal Information

Physical Appearance


Pure of Heart proposal


"I want friends... like me."

Being the only person that can calm the Frankenstein's Monster who fell in love with her down, the Bride of Frankenstein (and later known as Eva Frankenstein) is the ferocious and baleful Adam Frankenstein's most helpful partner in actions, acting as the Blue Oni to Adam's Red Oni. Like Adam, Eva starts as an artificial homunculus created by Dr. Victor Frankenstein and fixed by Aerisi Kalinoth, who brought her to life. Like Adam, Eva was born with her own sense and starts as some creation that was almost like a blank sheet of paper without her own personality, but as she fought with Adam inside the world against the KnightWalker Family, Eva began to mature herself. She saw the horrible side of humanity due to the atrocities of the KnightWalker Family, and she even questioned herself about is it worthy to rescue human, as she and Adam encountered many ungrateful ones who never express thanks to their in time rescue, which was once a key catalyst to drove Adam into sorrow and hatred towards mankind when he was in the Land Without Color, the place where he and Eva was created. However, Eva had a change of heart when she saw Maria Arzonia and the Catholic Rebels fought against the evil, willingly to contribute themselves to save the world. Eva then joined Maria's cause after the construction of La Nueva Familia de Arzonia alongside Adam, acting as the Family's Diamante (Diamond) Army Agent to help people in need. She later gains her own human sense and became more capable in speaking skills, benefitting herself in the work of persuading other people under suffering to join Maria's stuff, while secretly plundered the corrupt officials and gave food and drinks to hungry refugees coming from all over the world. Eva was the key person to persuade Yuri Barnes join the Arzonia Family, via getting informations about Melancholia's potential alliance with The Revelation of Qliphoth, and would always be there whenever her friends are in danger, as she stated herself that she wants friend like her. After the end of World War III, Eva and Adam willingly went to Sleepy Hollow with Maria in an attempt to save Carl Robinson, and she managed to make Carl regain his humanity and expelled him from the control of the Malice of Moloch, all the while trying to find a way to defeat the likes of Michael Langdon and Vizeran DeVir to stop their evil plans. Originally thought she won't be accepted by humanity since she was created out of dead, Eva later accepted the world and blended fully into human society, right after realizing what she lacked was friends who can understand her. Without Maria Arzonia as well as Eva's own hope, Eva will ended up just like another ferocious human hater who only saw humanity's dark side and went insane.




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List of Victims


Theme Song


Serious Quote

  • "Carl might turned harsh to you, but I understand the way of his feelings. You think he's not good? Then, tell me what's the concept of good. What does cake tastes like? I only tastes vulgar flavor from it, but every human seems to enjoy it much. Tell what is be like to be cozy. Tell me what is be like to be happy. Tell me how to be like to live in a nice and peaceful environment! All I see is barren and war, turning humans into blood-thirsty monster. You call him a cold jackass simply because of his distrust towards you? Then that means I'm born to be a jackass!? HOW'S IT FEEL LIKE TO BE ACCEPTED BY HUMANS?! HOW'S IT FEEL LIKE NOT TO BECOME AN OUTCAST JUST DUE TO YOUR FACE OF MONSTROUS DEFORMITY? TELL ME!!!"

Funny Quotes

  • - Maria: The charges are conspiring to assassinate a man convicted of crimes legally... lawfully... Sorry, I'm slightly confused because I didn't know which verse we were doing. Shall I say it or Eva say it?
    • - Eva: It's my line, dear.
    • - Maria: Sorry!
    • - Eva: It's all right. (Jokingly mimes "Bad, bad" while shaking her fist at Maria as if she wants to punch her face.)
  • Eva: You should... smash them apart, not just... twist them into your own sick collection!
    • - Helene: Is this your gratitude to someone that saved you, Ms. Frankenstein?
  • - Eva: The charges are conspiring to assassinate a man convicted of...
    • [Eva takes a sigh with a long pause]
    • - Eva: I can't read my own writing.
    • - Maria: "Crimes".
    • - Eva: "Crimes"? Oh, crimes! Thank you very much!
    • - Yuri: Violence never solves anything.
    • - Yuri: That's self-defense.
    • - Eva: Self-de...

Quotes about Eva




Real-Life inspirations

Fictional inspirations

Lara Croft

Lara Croft is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Square Enix (previously Eidos Interactive) video game franchise Tomb Raider. She is presented as a highly intelligent, athletic, and beautiful English archaeologist who ventures into ancient tombs and hazardous ruins around the world. Created by a team at British developer Core Design that included Toby Gard, the character first appeared in the video game Tomb Raider in 1996.

Core Design handled initial development of the character and the series. Inspired by Neneh Cherry and comic book character Tank Girl, Gard designed Lara Croft to counter stereotypical female characters. The company modified the character for subsequent titles, which included graphical improvements and gameplay additions. American developer Crystal Dynamics took over the series after the 2003 sequel Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness was received poorly. The new developer rebooted the character along with the video game series. The company altered her physical proportions, and gave her additional ways of interacting with game environments. Croft has been voiced by six actresses in the video game series: Shelley Blond (1996), Judith Gibbins (1997–98), Jonell Elliott (1999–2003), Keeley Hawes (2006–14), Camilla Luddington (2013–present), and Abigail Stahlschmidt (2015).

Lara Croft has also appeared in video game spin-offs, printed adaptations, a series of animated short films, feature films, and merchandise related to the series. Official promotion of the character includes a brand of apparel and accessories, action figures, and model portrayals. Croft has also been licensed for third-party promotion, including television and print advertisements, music-related appearances, and as a spokesmodel. As of June 2016, Lara Croft has been featured on over 1,100 magazine covers, surpassing any supermodel.

Critics consider Lara Croft a significant game character in popular culture. She holds six Guinness World Records, has a strong fan following, and is among the first video game characters to be successfully adapted to film. Lara Croft is also considered a sex symbol, one of the earliest in the industry to achieve widespread attention. The character's influence in the industry has been a point of contention among critics; viewpoints range from a positive agent of change in video games to a negative role model for young girls.


Cosette is a fictional character in the novel Les Misérables by Victor Hugo and in the many adaptations of the story for stage, film, and television. Her birth name, Euphrasie, is only mentioned briefly. As the orphaned child of an unmarried mother deserted by her father, Hugo never gives her a surname. In the course of the novel, she is mistakenly identified as Ursule, Lark, or Mademoiselle Lanoire.

She is the daughter of Fantine, who leaves her to be looked after by the Thénardiers, who exploit and victimise her. Rescued by Jean Valjean, who raises Cosette as if she were his own, she grows up in a convent school. She falls in love with Marius Pontmercy, a young lawyer. Valjean's struggle to protect her while disguising his past drives much of the plot until he recognizes "that this child had a right to know life before renouncing it"—and must yield to her romantic attachment to Marius.

Critics have often considered Cosette to be something of an empty figure, with no real independent character apart from the role she plays in the lives of others: as an innocent, hopeless child-victim to be exploited (for the Thénardiers); a daughter to be protected (for Fantine and Valjean); and an object of adoration (for Marius). Stephanie Barbé Hammer writes that "Having served her function as a paternalizing figure, Cosette grows up into a silent, beautiful cipher". She has the same, but reverse, role as an object of jealousy and hatred for the villainous characters. As Kathryn M. Grossman remarks, she brings out the "hatred of humanity" that is typical of Hugo's villains. When Mme Thénardier sees that the grown-up Cosette has become a "well-off and radiant young woman, Mme Thénardier responds viscerally, 'I'd like to kick open her belly'." Cosette is also portrayed as largely sexless.

However, in a novel of symbolism and metaphor, Cosette may also be seen as a symbol of hope in the world of Les Misérables, representing the rise of the oppressed and abused from darkness to a bright future. She is the primary motivation for several characters in the novel to lift themselves out of darkness, regardless of whether or not they succeed. For this reason the picture of her sweeping the inn in the evening is often the image most associated as being singularly representative of the main themes of the book, and is used frequently on the cover.

Cosette can be seen as a strong female lead in the novel, aiming to achieve happiness ultimately in her life. Ultimately, with Marius, she succeeds in doing so. She can be seen as restrained by the time in which she lived, but still full of hopeful innocence and subtle strength.

Bride of Frankenstein

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The Bride of Frankenstein is a fictional character briefly mentioned in the novel, Frankenstein, and officially introduced in the film, Bride of Frankenstein.

In Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein is tempted by his monster's proposal to create a female creature so that the monster can have a partner. He promises that if Victor grants his request, he and his mate will vanish into the wilderness of South America, never to reappear. Fearing for his family, Victor reluctantly agrees and travels to England to do his work. Working on a second being on the Orkney Islands, he is plagued by premonitions of what his work might wreak, particularly the idea that creating a mate for the creature might lead to the breeding of an entire race of creatures that could plague mankind. He destroys the unfinished female creature after he sees his first creation looking through the window. The monster witnesses this and vows to be with Victor on his upcoming wedding night. True to his word, the monster murders Frankenstein's new wife Elizabeth.

In Bride of Frankenstein, Henry Frankenstein's former mentor Doctor Septimus Pretorius proposes to Henry that together they create a mate for his Monster with Henry creating the body and Pretorius supplying an artificially-grown brain. Henry initially balks at the idea, but Pretorius threatens to expose him to the authorities as the creator of the Monster. Henry eventually agrees to help his mentor when the monster kidnaps Henry's wife Elizabeth. Henry returns to his tower laboratory where in spite of himself, he grows excited by his work. After being assured of Elizabeth's safety, Henry completes the Bride's body. A storm rages as final preparations are made to bring the Bride to life. Her bandage-wrapped body is raised through the roof. Lightning strikes a kite sending electricity through the Bride. They remove her bandages and help her to stand. Pretorius then declares it "The Bride of Frankenstein!"

The excited Monster sees his mate and reaches out to her. When the monster quotes "friend" to it, the Bride screams in horror at the sight of him. When the Monster tries to advance on her, the Bride screams again as the Monster quotes "She hate me! Like others." As Elizabeth races to Henry's side, the Monster rampages through the laboratory and puts his hand on a lever. When Henry tells Elizabeth that he can't leave his creation, the Monster tells Henry and Elizabeth "Yes! Go! You live!" To Pretorius and the Bride, he says "You stay. We belong dead." While Henry and Elizabeth flee, the Monster sheds a tear as the Bride hisses, and he then pulls a lever to trigger the destruction of the laboratory and tower. The following film Son of Frankenstein reveals that the monster survives the explosion while the fates of Pretorius and the Bride are unknown.

Early in production, James Whale decided that the same actress cast to play the Bride should also play Mary Shelley in the film's prologue, to represent how the story — and horror in general — springs from the dark side of the imagination. He considered Brigitte Helm and Phyllis Brooks before deciding on Elsa Lanchester. Lanchester, who had accompanied husband Charles Laughton to Hollywood, had met with only moderate success at that point. Lanchester had returned alone to London when Whale contacted her to offer her the dual role. Lanchester modeled the Bride's hissing on the hissing of swans. She gave herself a sore throat while filming the hissing sequence, which Whale shot from multiple angles.

Ming Feng

Ming Feng (鸣凤) is one of the tritagonists of Family by Ba Jin, which is the first book of his Turbulent Stream novel trilogy. She is a foil to Ruijue and Qian Meifen as a rebellious woman who rebels against the corrupt federal society in the old Republic of China.

Ming Feng was a maid in Gao Mansion and childhood sweetheart to Gao Juehui, the protagonist. They were avoid in romantic relationship because of the distance between their social status. For many years, Juehui ignored his feelings to Ming Feng because of his participation of revolutionary activities. Meanwhile, Gao Family arranged a marriage between Milord Feng (冯老太爷) and Ming Feng, who would marry the old man as his concubine. In rebel against the arranged marriage, with her last thoughts of "born with purity and die with her purity", Ming Feng committed suicide by throwing herself into a lake, dying with the love towards Juehui. Her death shocked Juehui and eventually motivated him to leave his corrupt family.

Mei Han, author of the entry on "Family" in The Facts on File Companion to the World Novel: 1900 to the Present, describes Ming Feng as "another tragic woman" in the Gao family. Ming Feng wants to marry Juehui but Master Gao arranges to have her be a mistress to Milord Feng, a man who is at the same age level as Ming Feng's grandfather would be. Ming Feng begs other members to remove her from the situation but nobody can challenge Master Gao. At midnight before she is to be given to Feng, she appears in Juehui's bedroom but he is so busy working on academic articles that he does not notice Ming Feng and her pleas. She commits suicide by drowning herself in a pool of water. Han says "Jue Min [sic] and others pity the girl, while Jue Hui [sic] now regrets his carelessness. However, none of the people could have changed Ming Feng's fate."

Berserker of Black (Frankenstein)

Berserker of "Black" ("黒"のバーサーカー, "Kuro" no Bāsākā?) is the Berserker-class Servant of Caules Forvedge Yggdmillennia of the Black Faction in the Great Holy Grail War of Fate/Apocrypha. She is one of the Servants able to be summoned by the Protagonist in the Grand Orders of Fate/Grand Order.

Berserker's True Name is Frankenstein (フランケンシュタイン, Furankenshutain?), the Frankenstein's monster (フランケンシュタインの怪物, Furankenshutain no Kaibutsu ?). Based upon the artificial life created by Victor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein: or the Modern Prometheus". Victor sought to recreate the original couple described in the bible -- Adam and Eve. Due to the limitations of man, he first built Eve, intending for her to give birth to the counterpart. What started as a patchwork of lifeless flesh was given life by the energy harnessed from lightning. Unfortunately, what awoke was not the ideal woman that Victor envisioned, but an abomination with the mind of an infant. Having no developed capacity for expression, her sense of morality was completely absent. After presenting the entrails of a slain dog as a gift for the master, she was branded a failure and disassembled, before being abandoned completely.

Though still in pieces, she still lived, and over a period of time, was able to reconnect and repair herself. In her former master's absence, she came into contact with the outside world, and developed the emotions and feelings that could never be created in the first place. Thus she realized a great anger towards the one who abandoned her, but also admiration for the one who was effectively her father. She doggedly pursued the man until finding him in Geneva, Switzerland, where she requested him to bring her a mate.

However, he flatly refused. Believing himself to have birthed of a hideous creature, it seemed unthinkable to even consider creating another. Though she pleaded, he denied her again and again, causing her to realize the truth and fall into deep despair. She decided that she must have him create another no matter what, so she killed those acquainted with him, those with no relation at all, and even his fiancee. He continued to flee from her despite that, denying her request to the end. Getting tired of her persistent chase, Victor fled to the South Pole, choosing to die over granting her one wish. Dying in madness, he regretted her creation until his last breath. With the man she had looked up to gone and without anyone to hate, she parted from Walton, the man who watched over Frankenstein's final moment, and traveled to the uttermost north. She built herself a pyre, allowing herself to be consumed by the flames while thinking, "May my ashes be scattered across the seas..." That was the end of the monster born from the delusions of Frankenstein.


Mine is the tritagonist of Akame Ga Kill!. She is a self pro-claimed "genius sniper", as well as being a sharp-tongued and quick-witted member of the assassin's group, Night Raid. Despite not thinking much of Tatsumi at first, she slowly falls in love with him and eventually becomes his girlfriend and wife. After exhausting all her power to save Tatsumi, Mine falls into a comatose state (dies in the anime).

She is often quick to anger, and easily irritated with those that she does not know well. She had a tendency to tease Tatsumi, due to him being the newest member, and often said he wouldn't last. Despite her cold exterior, she has shown to be a warm and kind girl to those she has opened up to. She shows her compassionate side on one occasion by teasing Tatsumi to get his mind off of the death of Susanoo.

Mine wants there to be no racial discrimination, due to the fact because she is of half-foreign blood, which led her to being targeted by others as a little girl. Over time, she develops romantic feelings for Tatsumi who returns the same feelings and the two having officially entered an intimate relationship.

Since having begun to date Tatsumi, she has shown a jealous side, such as over Leone's usual flirty advances into Tatsumi, as well as lecturing him how he has to refuse such advances firmly as he now has a girlfriend. At the same time, she has demonstrated being very worried about Tatsumi's well being, especially when he has not returned to the hideout (due to having been imprisoned) contemplating how she would have never thought she would become so anxious due to lack of contact with someone.

She is voiced by Yukari Tamura in the Japanese version of the anime, and Christina Kelly in the English version of the anime.