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Monster Discussion / It's almost Toy Fair time!
« on: Today at 12:19:44 AM »
It's almost Toy Fair season again. The N.Y. Toy Fair is on Feb 17th this year but the UK and Nuremburg Toy Fairs come before that and once in a while will yield leaks. Google says the UK one is Jan 23rd this year and Nuremburg is the 31st.

At this point I'm not sure what to expect. Since EAH isn't dead yet I'm sure there is also more MH on the way but I dunno if Mattel is going to think it's important enough to show at Toy Fair? I really hope so because combing Amazon listings for new dolls is super exhausting since I have to dig through tons of old stuff.

I just noticed none of them have one sided outfits. If there is a pattern on one side it goes all the way around to the other.

they are cute.. got that whole.. coffee shop vibe..
i kinda want the darling. shes my fave.  not to sure why articulation is a big deal.. if they are cute. Maybe im just an old fogey that grew up on barbies with almost no articulation so it dosent bother me.
i still like them.. links on amazon?

I'm just happy they have articulated elbows.

Looks like they are popping up in stores.

Monster Discussion / Re: New pop art/ comic book inspired outfit?
« on: January 01, 2018, 09:15:23 PM »
I just seen Draculaura and Frankie in Walmart tonight.

How much are they? If they're just $5 each I may consider getting one or two. Usually not a fan of super budget lines with no elbow or knee articulation, but these are pretty cute outfits!
They are the same price as the Emoji dolls.

Off Topic / Re: What do you have planned for New Year's Eve?
« on: December 30, 2017, 10:00:14 PM »
I was going to go out but I've been knocked over with a nasty cold so most likely I'll be at home recovering.

Off Topic / Re: She-Ra Netflix/Dreamworks reboot
« on: December 29, 2017, 10:14:25 AM »
It could be just the armor she's wearing. There was a whole backlash against "sexy armor" because it's usually not sensible for battle. Maybe she looks more feminine when she's not in battle.

Monster Discussion / Re: Recommended wall shelves for displaying dolls?
« on: December 16, 2017, 09:23:26 PM »
Those 5 shelf bookshelves they sell at Walmart work pretty good if you don't mind your shelves standing on the floor. One shelf has to be shorter by necessity but the rest are good heights for MH/EAH dolls.

Off Topic / Re: Smooshy Mushy
« on: December 11, 2017, 04:14:51 PM »
If you want the French bulldog or kitty get the ketchup (not sure how the cat relates but Iíve seen an image of the cat with the empty ketchup package and Iíve seen people get the dog in the ketchup).

maybe it's because another name for ketchup is "catsup"? I dunno, it's all I can think of.

I think its because it has a fish patty on its head.

Ever After High Discussion / Re: Toddler Dolls?
« on: December 10, 2017, 12:02:42 PM »
Yep, at least in Mexico, I saw both Apple and Maddie
I would show pictures, but photobuckets ate them.

I haven't seen them in sometime, so I assume that they sold out

Can you keep an eye out for Raven.

Ever After High Discussion / Toddler Dolls?
« on: December 08, 2017, 08:44:18 AM »
What ever happened to the toddler dolls? I know they didn't get released in the US but did they ever get released anywhere else?

Monster Discussion / Re: How is MH Doing? Popularity, Sales, Overall, etc.
« on: December 07, 2017, 09:52:04 AM »
Went to a TRU today, and was a bit disappointed to see MH reduced to ONLY FOUR FEET, which is easily the lowest I've ever seen. It shares an aisle with Descendants, two EAH products (the Alistaire/Bunny 2-pack and the School Playset, which I think TRU doesn't feel like reducing to clear), and about eight feet of DC Superhero Girls. And across from that is about twelve feet of TROLLS of all things. Did that movie even do well?

They just released a Holiday Special, are planning on a TV series, and have a sequel on the way so it must have. I know I enjoyed it.

I'm probably the odd one out here, but I actually really like the transforming Clawdeen. XD Don't get me wrong, I don't like the gimmick, but that molded top is really pretty and her shoes are awesome. The heels are howling wolves!

I found her on Amazon Warehouse Deals for fairly cheap, so I'm going to see if I can figure out any way to get the mask and everything off without completely destroying her.

EDIT: Success! She's been more-or-less de-gimmicked and is still intact! I still need to get the tail off, and there's a big hump on her back from the mechanism for the mask/ears. But I got the whole head-gear assembly off.

I'm rather embarrassed to say it took me a good 45 minutes to realize she didn't have the usual wolf ears as part of her head mold. XD

Here's the mask and ears detached. Wonder how they'd look on Wonder Wolf?

20171204_163751 by Luna Tick, on Flickr

I actually think the mask and tail are fine, it's that huge furry fan thing that just makes her look odd.

Monster Discussion / Re: How is MH Doing? Popularity, Sales, Overall, etc.
« on: November 25, 2017, 04:28:41 PM »
So the current 2018 line up is:

Monster Family Bunk Bed Wolf Cubs
Frankie and Aliva BBQ set
Howleen and Aliva pet sets
Transforming Clawdeen and Draculaura
Ballet Dolls
Comic Book Dress Dolls?
Swimsuit Dolls?
Minis with Pet
Series 3 Minis?

Is that about right?

Off Topic / Re: Toylines being rebooted
« on: November 22, 2017, 01:42:45 PM »
Littlest Pet Shop - I think the current one with the Twilight Sparkle-coloured dog is the first reboot? LPS was a thing when I was small

Pound Puppies - I think this has been rebooted?

Biker Mice from Mars - This WAS a reboot but it was more a sequel. It was utterly atrocious; villains were obvious and stupid, animation hideous, turned a beloved one-off character into a sick joke, and the fact it had all original cast/writers just broke my heart even further. I pretend it doesn't exist for my sanity.

Puppy in my Pocket - ... Something tells me this got one. I remember the one from MY childhood, but I have a feeling this had a short-lived reboot

There's been several reboots for LPS. The original LPS was in the 90s and the one with the Twilight Sparkle colored dog is not even the current one nor is it the first one. The first reboot was back in 2006 and the most current one has multiple sizes and a series currently running on YouTube with a new cast.

As for the Rainbow Brite reboot, I think the most current one had potential but then they only released the episodes on their own exclusive subscription streaming service and never released any merch in the new style, sticking with retro styles for all merch.

Monster Discussion / Re: Family Sets and the Clawd/Clawdeen 2 pack
« on: November 22, 2017, 07:04:36 AM »
I just hope these siblings end up in stores and not Amazon only.

Monster Discussion / Re: Family Sets and the Clawd/Clawdeen 2 pack
« on: November 21, 2017, 08:27:58 AM »
How tall is Alivia? She looks taller than the other kid sisters (Pawla, etc) but it could just be the photo.. makes me wonder how tall Howleen is too, if she's the same height as before or if she's shorter now.

I think they are both the same height as Kelpie.

I like her pet's face but I'm not sure what's with that weird bit above her right eye.. was it meant to be painted, or..? It just looks odd.

Her pet is supposed to be pieced together like she is.

Monster Discussion / Re: How is MH Doing? Popularity, Sales, Overall, etc.
« on: November 18, 2017, 06:00:02 PM »
Toys R Us had not a single MH in sight. I guess that Walmart and Target are the only ones selling MH now?

That's weird. The one near me has more than any other store in the area.

I didn't see a single one. Only DC superhero girls dolls, Descendants, and Regal acadamy. Sadly, no MH. :|

Is the store near you a smaller store? Like I dunno if it's the same with TRU but I do know with Staples my smaller store doesn't carry everything the bigger stores do.

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