In his daily life, Dr. Monstrosity goes by the unassuming name of Daniel DeLucie and generally behaves like a normal family man and software developer. When darkness falls however, he furtively spends his late nights covered in gore in his dungeon/basement, either attempting to revivify some malformed conglomeration of body parts or transplanting a pigeon brain into a developing crocodile embryo. His hero is naturally Dr. Victor Frankenstein, but also super-brains Carl Sagan and Isaac Asimov. Besides pushing the limits of science and recklessly endangering the welfare of society, he also enjoys a good zombie comic or 50s sci-fi flick. Yes, the good doctor is an admitted fan of sci-fi, horror, and most forms of geeky entertainment. He’s been living with this curse his whole life and one can only assume a steady diet of “Spider-Man” comics, “Planet of the Apes” movies has had deleterious effects on his developing personality and metal state. Or perhaps twisted minds just love scifi. Regardless, Dr. Monstrosity wouldn’t change a thing and feels compelled to publish his self-proclaimed expert opinions about any piece of fantastical entertainment he so desires, be it comic books, novels, movies, TV, or any other form as yet unknown.
Besides promoting his evil ends through science and fiction, Dr. M also poisons minds with his own brand of iconoclastic heavy music. He previously stormed through the US and Europe alongside his good friend The Black Bird while they were in the metal band Destiny’s End in the late 90s. His latest band is Crescent Shield. He also blogs about heavy metal at HeavyMetalPower.com. In the past, he’s run a metal fanzine, sci-fi movie website, and feebly attempted and failed to publish his short fiction. With Worlds of Weird he hopes to have a profound effect on the world, good or bad, and connect with like-minded mad scientists and geeks.