WIth the 2011 reboot of the DC Universe into the New 52, Lady Frankenstein was chosen as a member of S.H.A.D.E.'s special operations team, the Creature Commandos. Following the successfully quelled revolt of the Humanids, it was revealed that the child of Frankenstein and his wife is still alive, despite being shot dead back in 1959 by Frank himself. He escaped the Zoo with Nina Mazursky's children, the original Creature Commandos, but while they've decided to pay a visit to their mother, Frank's son forced one of the Psychics to teleport him somewhere in Europe where he wreaked a great deal of havoc while making his way to Castle Frankenstein - the birth place of his parents. The two of them tracked him down, but the abomination begged for death. Frank, remembering the first time doing this, felt remorse over killing his own child, but, unexpectedly, his wife did it herself. Upon the completion of the act she confronted the remainder of her team and Father Time and informed him that she was quitting the team effective immediately.
The Bride has her origins not in comics but in the writings of Mary Shelley. She was created as a companion to the Frankenstein monster (generally just referred to as Frankenstein). In terms of the literary history the creature did not survive, but in comics she did continue to live. She is regarded as more “alive” than her counterpart.
The Bride was created by Grant Morrison and Doug Mahnke. Originally created by Mary Shelley.
Post-Infinite Crisis / New Earth
While she has been portrayed variously through different media since her creation, the DC Comics version is somewhat more headstrong and sure of herself. She maintains an antipathy towards Frankenstein.
Post-Flashpoint / Earth 0
The Bride is a member of S.H.A.D.E. new group of Creature Commandos that have successfully defended Monster Planet.
Major Story Arcs
Post-Infinite Crisis / New Earth:
Bride joins S.H.A.D.E.
In recent years she has been kidnapped by the supervillain known as the Red Swami. She was brainwashed, and had two fully functional arms grafted onto her. It was hoped that she would be passed off as the reincarnation of an ancient assassin goddess. She was eventually stopped by S.H.A.D.E. which she soon after joined.
Bride aids Frankenstein
She later showed up in the town of Salvation Valley to assist her husband in stopping a plan by Pilot Zbigniew X to use Wetform A.I.
Powers and Abilities
Due to the nature of her creation she has enhanced strength and durability.
She has also been shown to be a capable combatant, especially so with her second pair of arms. She is also skilled in numerous firearms.
The Bride appeared in the Flashpoint world.