Unfortunately as the vampire, ghost and wear wolf type shows became aimed at younger and younger audiences along came these dolls. They are from what I have seen the latest craze and must have things for girls aged between 6 and ten.
Each of these dolls is in my opinion similar to the other and are all ghoulishly dressed, I was a Barbie girl of the 80s so I am well gutted to see Barbie fads dieing out for these horrid looking dolls.
I did give in though and let my daughters have to each one of which is the one above, they come with a couple of silly accessories like a comb, glasses or shoes which are small so will be lost in a week or so time.
I nearly died when I saw the price of these as they retail from around £15 to £50 each per doll which I think is absolutely extortionate and seriously debated giving my daughters some paints to make there barbies look ugly instead as I think this is way over priced for something of such cheap qual8ity compared to the Barbie collections that re a fraction of the price.
There are a fair few accessories that can be brought to go with these dolls, out fits are the cheapest at ten pounds each and the most expensive is the dolls house to go with them but unfortunately this is not available to purchase in the uk.
As you can tell I am far from impressed with these crazes, I think they will be a short-lived thing and are very over priced.
"It's spring break, and all the ""ghoul"" kids are heading to an island adventure for some roaring good times. The students of Monster High are decked out in ""spooktacular"" swimsuits with cover-ups for the girls. Draculaura doll has accessorized for the beach with a small sailor cap, Lagoona Blue doll has a flower headband in her hair, Ghoulia Yelps doll is sporting sunglasses, Abbey Bominable doll is staying shaded under a large purple icehat and Gil Webber doll has on his helmet and a beachy necklace. Each doll comes with a cool treat, like an algae smoothie or shaved ice, to help ""spring"" into break. Each sold separately. Dolls cannot stand alone. Suitable for ages 6+."