Her choice was Draculaura, who, according to the package, is the daughter of Count Dracula. She is a very pretty doll; she’s got long black hair with pink highlights, a super short skirt, and pink knee-high boots. She may have fangs but she doesn’t look scary.
A week or so after, Sadako asked for another doll. This time, she chose Frankie Stein, the daughter of Frankenstein. She may have a stitch on her face and salt and pepper hair, but she’s still attractive enough for girls to like her; she wears a plaid dress that looks like a schoolgirl’s uniform, plus she’s got some cool accessories like a studded belt and a polka dotted necktie.
I eventually bought Sadako another Monster High doll: Clawdeen Wolf, who is the daughter of The Werewolf. She may have fangs (well, she IS a werewolf), but she doesn’t look scary at all. She looks pretty stylish, actually, with her animal print top and fur collared coat.
These three Monster High dolls all come with a stand, a brush, a pet, and a fashion accessory.
Confession: I love Monster High dolls, as well. I think I love them more than Sadako loves them. Sometimes, when Sadako’s not playing with them, I play with them.
They look gorgeous; I find them prettier and more interesting-looking than Barbie dolls but also more realistic than Bratz dolls. I also like their clothes; I love how they usually come in separate pieces and how they have fashion accessories. What I like most about Monster High dolls is how their elbows and wrists are bendable, allowing a lot of different poses.
Look at them looking like fierce fashion models Tyra Banks would love to get for America’s Next Top Model. They surely outpose Barbie and her friends.
I love Monster High dolls so much I am seriously considering my own collection AND starting a YouTube account where I can upload video reviews of the dolls. I am very, very excited.
I’m sure Sadako would be excited about that, too.