Governor Foggy, who is subject to a plea for mercy to keep Frankenstein from being executed (our monster has been wrongly imprisoned) is a caricature of Thomas E. Dewey, then governor of New York. Dew...fog. Okay, I get it.
(Dewey also ran for President of the U.S. in 1948 and lost to Truman.)
Before the injustice is cleared up Frankenstein’s pate is shaved in anticipation of his time in the electric chair, a fate of which everyone else but him is aware. The story, written and drawn by Dick Briefer, is from Prize Comics’ Frankenstein #6 (1947).