Universal Studios' monster movie stars have been tearing it up in theaters and on Halloween candy for decades, but artist Iain Burke took an unconventional approach to depicting them by cranking up some religious undertones. Playing up their nature as outcasts, Burke posed Dracula, the Wolf Man and the Creature from the Black Lagoon in some saintly positions. He then went on to give them a little Medieval flair by making what appear to be woodcut prints.The series, called "Holy Hell," can be found in his portfolio on IainBurke.com. As you can see there, he works with a variety of media, experimenting with numerous print styles and looks. He's got a great portrait of Frankenstein's monster going through a therapy session that almost looks as if it came out of a Dan Clowes or Adrian Tomine story. (His nicely subdued color choices may have something to do with that.)

Check out more of Burke's art below: