12/02/2010

More Monster High Dolls and Their Stuff

Definitely among the top toys this holiday season are the Monster High character figures. Mattel is capitalizing on their popularity by releasing a third wave of dolls called Gloom Beach. The last wave was called Dawn of the Dance.  I was browsing eBay this morning and found this photo:
Mattel Promotional Photo
Atamaii. Com has a limited source of what's new in this line.  Angelic Dreamz is taking pre-orders for the entire line of Gloom Beach dolls at the SRP of $19.95. Don't bother going to eBay where you will pay twice that. George is also taking orders for the Monster High furniture, separate outfits and other related items such as plushies, fortune telling skulls, key chains, electronic fearbook journals and the  iCoffin hand held Device.

I am amazed at the number and variety of related products such as costumes, plush toys, games, jewelry, furniture, separate outfits, electronic devices, handbags, masks and more! Isn't it fun to play dead?

I gave seven Monster High dolls to my little girl cousins over Thanksgiving and they love them. I received this picture from them showing the dolls posed on the American Girl stage. So cute.

The only MH dolls currently in my possession are Holt Hyde and Ghoulia Yelps. I love their names.

They had to get in on the Chanukah action.

More to come!

6 comments:

  1. I have read several reviews on various sites about these dolls and many say they break really easy, arms/legs fall/break off.
    *Carole

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  2. They constructed the dolls so that the hands and arms could be pulled off to make dressing them easier. Unfortunately, they made them too loose on the first dolls and when it was brought to Mattel's attention, they worked on making them tighter. Which probably explains why they can be difficult to find in stores in some areas - took Mattel time to try and fix the problem, so supply can't keep up with demand.

    Love how your little cousins set them up to play with them, Terri! So cute!

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  3. @Anonymous #2:
    I didn't find it to be too much of a problem with the loose limbs except...when I took my first boy doll out of the box, his legs were loose in his pants! It was the elastic that held them together that had broken on it's own. A good friend repaired them for me. For the price, these are amazingly well done.
    Terri

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  4. What are their names?

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  5. OMG I THINK THE MONSTER HIGH DOLLS R PERFECT!!!!!!IM 11 YRS OLD SO I THREW ALL MY DOLLS AWAY BUT WHEN I SAW THE MONSTER HIGH DOLLS I IMMEDIETLY FELL IN LOVE I HAVE 44 MONSTER HIGH DOLLS NOW AND WHOEVER CAME UP WITH THE IDEA THEY R AWESOME

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  6. ummm matel! duh. i know everthing about monnster high

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