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Dunno if I'll be going for these, I think I'm more fond of Ever After High at this point, even with my quibbles about clothes sharing being a no go.

That I can live with I dunno. I've heard about Fairy Tale High Whats weird is that some of the characters were not originally princesses but they are in high school I think I might stick to EAH.

The only one I really want to get so far is Maddie, only because I've always liked the Mad Hatter character. I know what you mean, these dolls could be improved upon but the idea is still pretty cute and imaginative.

Great review as always. Thank you, Emma! Maddie does stand out with her gloved hands and colorful hair--and her wonderful teapot purse!

Because the EAH idea is so good, I think there is tons of room for improvement and expansion. I'm not worried yet. Yes, Justice overprices all of their dolls and clothes frankly.

I figured it must be temporary because they have the dolls first or something. Love her. Someone had to bring it to me though, because I live half way across the globe.

The eyebrows aren't crooked, the eyes are. I've seen several reviews of these dolls already and everyone had seriously crooked eyes.

What the hell? This makes me suspect there may be other, less obvious quality issues. The giant, lifeless head and non-MH-interchangeable body add to a big disappointment in this new line.

I'm pretty sure I'll still get a doll, but they are not living up to the expectations. By the way, the faces remind me a lot of the Mystixx vampires you reviewed, do you still have that thing?

Since they had fatter torsos, the clothes might fit better. EAH seems to share MH's problem with crooked eyes.

It's just more noticeable on the EAH dolls because their eye socket is so flat. I found an Apple and a Raven with nice, even face-ups.

Briar and Maddie are short boxed in some of the cases, so I've seen fewer of them and have yet to find suitable ones. Granted, I'm super picky about this.

It's why I virtually never buy MH online. If I want to get an older one I missed, I go to eBay looking for auctions that include close-ups and scrutinize them.

I'm very nervous about the Wydowna I ordered sight unseen. These dolls are cute but I agree with the crooked eyes.

I might not get one because of these reviews. They are't as pretty as the monster high dolls. Good question, Black Kitty.

I'll dig around and see if I still have Kalani. I am not too fond of her, so she might be buried in a bin somewhere The Maddie I ended up with also has the crooked eyes going on, but hers is slight enough that it can pass off as a normal expression.

My problem- which may seem trivial to others but is HUGE to me- is that her stand was missing the piece that holds on to the doll.

Great review! I can see how a Monster High collector would be frustrated by the inability of the dolls to share clothing, but personally, I'm thankful that the EAH dolls are not quite so incredibly thin as the MHs.

I do wish they had more variety in their faces, though. I think the rather smirky expression they all wear works for Raven and possibly Briar, but I had hoped that Apple and Maddie would have lighter, happier expressions to fit their bubbly personalities.

Overall, I'm still pleased with them, though. And as you referenced in your post, I'm thrilled to have a doll line that doesn't focus on the darker, "scarier" characters of Monster High although I realize the show itself is not overly scary.

I've always thought Lagoona Blue was a cutie, but I didn't want to get my daughters into the whole monster thing. I wouldn't hold out too much hope for Ashlynn.

Have you seen her character in the webisodes yet? I've seen a prototype dress for the doll, and it looks just like the outfit she wears in this webisode.

To be honest, if they hadn't told me who she was in the cartoon, I would never have guessed she was Cinderella's daughter Hi beastsbelle!

I'll go read your review! I try not to read other reviews until I have examined a doll myself, but now I am really curious to see what you think. The doll was not what I expected.

I completely, totally agree with you about the dresses. It would be so nice if the outfits were more reminiscent of the fairy tale characters. Maddie's dress is good, but Apple's is too generic and the others didn't strike me as being very special on first glance--I need to take a closer look, though.

I also completely agree about the faces! Apple should look sweeter. I have read and watched on youtube quite a few reviews on the EAH line so far and yours is the only one that pointed out the writing on the back in the box AND then translated it.

I so enjoyed that. I also loved how you pointed out the similarities with the crown headband to the Liv doll version and it made me immediately think with the Liv doll fandom that now resides in this house because of your great reviews , "Well, I Liv does do everything better and that's just how it is.

Again, because of you, I never would have considered them but the other day when I was picking up the Lala-Oopsie seahorses which I have already shared about to you I found myself lingering in the Monster High area and later one looking up the skeleton one - IF we end up getting one.

Just one. Thank you so much, Andrea! I have to say, I am fascinated by the box. Is it just snippets from fairy tales, written out in different languages?

German would make sense since the Grimm brothers were German, but French and Spanish? If those, then why not Russian and Japanese, too?

It's a neat box. Liv does do everything better. I can't get too excited about Kawaii Crush. Skelita is a great doll.

If you only want one Monster High, she certainly demonstrates many of the neatest features of the line great backstory, unique body mold, fun accessory, amazing shoes.

I like Rochelle a lot, too for those reasons. And Clawdeen. It's hard to get just one!! I'm not a fan of curls on smaller dolls I haven't opened my AG doll yet busy week!

It's too frizzy right now! Apple looks a lot like Abigail Breslin. There's a striking similarity to Apple! Excellent call.

I have to say, your Apple is definitely the cutest one I've seen! Definitely an example of a slightly askew face-up working FOR a doll, instead of against it.

What a find! Thank you, Astroasis! I do like her sarcastic face. I think probably Apple White should have a sweeter expression, like beastsbelle said, but given the overall lack of variety, I am glad to have a quirky face!

Great review Emily! I have a ton of pictures for those dolls! I should get that review finished! The short version of my opinion is that I think there were some great improvements from the original CAM sets, but the CAM sets in general just don't appeal to me as much as the regular dolls.

Thank you for the review! I don't know when these dolls will be available in Italy maybe in time for december? Why they ended up screwing a big project like this???

At least they could have used a different mold for royal and rebels Yes, I totally agree, Sara! At least a different face mold for the Royals and Rebels.

I also like the new body quite a bit because of the more natural shape, but I guess I had just been assuming that these dolls would be able to share clothes with Monster High, so I have to get over that disappointment for a while.

I hope the dolls come to Italy soon so that you can see them in person! If you look at the first five MH girls, you'd need at least four head molds just to account for ears.

The EAH characters are just human girls, so it's much less vital- though it would be nice. Also, most of the other doll lines I've collected have a single mold.

MH and LitD are the exceptions. I don't change the clothes between characters much and doubt I'd have my MH and EAH girls share even if they did so perfectly, but I've seen a number of reviews that seem to indicate it's just a matter of finding the right dresses to switch.

Some work perfectly, others not so well, still others not at all. You mention pets, and here's something odd- Mattel has indeed filed Maddie's dormouse Earl Grey and Hunter's squirrel Pesky along with several others under the same sort of trademark they use for the MH pets.

Did they change their minds? Will they sell them separately, a la Bratzillaz? Will they show up in later releases? No idea, but if 'Nevermore' isn't Raven's raven I'll eat my hat.

I was wondering some of the same things about the pets. I think if they're sold separately, they can cost more, but I'd wager that the sales for solo pets aren't great.

I see a lot of Bratzillaz pets on the shelves. I think having a pet with a doll probably boosts the sale of that doll--like Rochelle with her gargoyle is so much cooler to me than Rochelle on her own.

Nevermore would be a perfect name for Raven's raven! Good call! Steampunk Ashlynn would be so fabulous! Overall, I like almost everything about this line but their facial expressions.

If Mattel had just painted them all with side-glances like their characters are often shown with , it probably would have helped. It's making me want to learn how to do repaints just so I can make them look more like their cartoon characters.

I, too, wish they had come out with different head molds for them. Sure, they're all human girls, but when you look at the cartoons, Raven's face is longer and more angular, while Apple's and Maddie's are rounder and Maddie definitely needs a big, open-mouthed grin.

I'll probably still get Raven, Maddie, and possibly Apple-- and then figure out how to do repaints. Kate, repaints are really not difficult, try an overpaint at first and if you can achieve symmetry in the features, you're on the good path!

The hardest part is the concept and finding the right supplies also, free time. The symmetry is the hard part-- I even have a hard time with symmetry when doing my own cartoon drawings, with the hardest part being the eyes and eyebrows.

One eye always ends up smaller than the other, and one eyebrow always has a better slant. Then again, real faces aren't perfectly symmetrical, so as long as I get it close enough, it might not look too bad.

It's worth a try, anyway. BlackKitty-- have you done repaints before? What do you use? I saw a MH repaint video where the artist used what looked like colored pencils, and that would be my preferred method I'm always better with pencils than with brushes.

What kind of pencils would you use? Watercolor ones? And what do you seal it with? The Mr. Superclear stuff that's used for BJDs? Sorry for all the faceup questions.

I'm just curious. I have done just a few. The main reason is that I can't find a matte sealer - it is used as a base to help dry pastels, chalks and watercolour pencils adhere to the surface yes, this is the stuff people use.

The sealer goes on top of the repaint too for, well It works, but gradients are a pain. Thank you for the info, BlackKitty!

I'll check out that website. And sorry for all the off-topic posts, Emily. Oh, goodness, Kate! No worries--talk about whatever you want!

I love reading this thread about repainting. I think it's totally relevant, anyway. Many collectors will be thinking about repainting these girls.

I saw an awesome slightly creepy Apple repaint online yesterday, but now I can't find the picture at all! Silly Google images.

I'll link if I find it. Actually, in the books, Nevermore is not a raven but a dragon. And apple has a little snow fox named Gala.

If you want to tame the after-brushing frizz a bit, wet the hair. I don't mean wet slightly, but put the head under a tap cold water and really really soak the hair, finger style it, and let it dry without brushing or toweling.

The curls should "connect" for a lack of better word, what I mean is they should be back to forming ringlets instead of a hair cloud and spring right back up, to an extent.

Cold water? I have become such a boiling fanatic, I didn't consider cold water! Sounds worth a try. Thank you for the suggestion, Alrunia!

I do think there's hope for improvement over time It will be very interesting to see what happens. I would hate to see this line fade away because it wasn't executed well enough.

What a waste! It really sucks that they can't share MH clothes : I was so hoping for that, as I'm sure every other MH fan was hoping as well.

I wonder if the older Bratz clothes can be shared with the Ever After dolls. I like the dress from your Cutie Pops doll on Apple, It was so cute.

I wonder if the La Dee Da clothes would fit these girls, I know that that Howleen can wear their clothes, so I don't know..

Great blog review : I really hope that once these girls are in the other stores that they're not in the 30 price range, I'd hate to spend that much for just ONE doll.

I tried my Dots of Style Dee's dress on Apple and it's too tight. I am glad they're having a sale hope it lasts! There was another line like this at Toy Fair!

Weird thing is, though they seem to be trying to make 'modern and edgy' versions of these fairy tale characters, instead of basing them off the original fairy tales, they base them off the disney versions.

I feel like there's a lot of room to be creative when using the originals, but I also understand wanting to use the versions of them that are known by more people Oh, wow!

You're right!! I hope you don't mind if I insert a link to those in the blog. That is fascinating! I see some trouble on the horizon. Some of the outfits look a little cheap, but Snow White's outfit is similar to what I was imagining for Apple--a modern version of the original Snow White dress!

Very cool. I will be interested to see one of those, especially because they claim to be "full articulated.

The faces, and the nontrivial distance between me and any given Justice, keep me from ill-advised purchasing decisions. Only so much money!

When the dolls get wider release, I'll probably feel more comfortable picking one or two up. I can't not with Ashlynn, and I suspect Maddie and Raven are the same way.

But I was in a mall the other day myself, and stood, and stood, and stood, and talked with my husband, and stood, and stood. Dang it, Apple, everything but your face and I would have been all over you.

Er, "if it weren't for your face, I would have been all over you. Shouldn't comment at two in the morning. Two in the morning is too late!

Or early! You're forgiven any and all typos! Talk about lots of money Justice is weird. My neck of the woods, for doll-hunting purposes, overlaps with yours.

Between the Fox Run shopping complex and the Cumberland Farms gas price directly adjacent to it, you might want to explore Newington, NH!

I was telling myself that I could get her just as soon as I committed to buying pencils and sealant. I don't usually ok, never do contemporary fashion dolls but Mattel has roped me in with the EAH line It's like Volks' original 4 SD "sisters" mold!

It's very nostalgic to me Also very appealing for customs because you're not relying on the mold itself to make each doll unique.

I really think they've hit all the right notes with these I had never heard of this line before FroggyMama mentioned it on her blog.

Now lo-and-behold but every doll fan I know of seems to be finding these girls! Ahh, finally got to read this review.

Crazy busy week here with my return to work. Thanks for this review Emily. As always, I think that you have shown the doll in the best possible light.

I really really want to get excited about these dolls. The doll collector is me is eager to go out and buy them all - but if I am really honest with myself I don't think that I really love them all that much.

My biggest hang up is the faces. They just have so little personality and I don't find them all that attractive.

On the whole I am much more drawn to the Rebels. I can't help but wonder what this says about us? You know me by now!! I actually really like Apple's Moulin Rouge style dress with fishnet tights.

Your ideas for future dolls are amazing. I would buy a steam-punk Cinderella in a heartbeat. I think that I will have to wait until I see them, and their price, in person before I commit to anything yet.

Have you see this? Monster High has spoiled a lot of people and playline dolls are being held to this high standard even half the MH dolls can't live up to.

While I wish the lips were a little more pouty, I think this is a nice line. I like the detailed layered dresses and the fact that they come with stockings.

I'm glad that Mattel did a new spin on something without feeling like they had to be really out there and over the top to be interesting.

I wonder why they're more expensive than all the other dolls well, at least more expensive than MH But she looks pretty!

Twyla, freshwater Lagoona et al. I sent you a message on flickr about Apple White, hope that's ok! I love your reviews : x.

Very cute,the dresses are very nice. If you could have on when I am a child,I will feel very happy! Thanks for sharing the interesting toy.

God I love this doll so much! As I said in my comment on the Madeline Hatter post, I'm not really a fan of the heads.

I still don't really like the roundness of it and the eyes are still very, very Barbie. But on Apple White, it just all comes together to make a wonderful looking doll.

I love the crooked eyebrow on your doll, it's a shame it was a factory mistake. They should've made every Apple like that. I'm happy to see that these dolls can at least swap shoes with the regular sized MH dolls.

At first I thought it wasn't possible because Maddie's shoes wouldn't fit Howleen stupid of me to not think it through and remember that the regular MH feet are larger.

I adore Apple's style. Her clothes and accessories are gorgeous I was like: OMG look at that purse! And then it happened..

Mattel got me again. How do they get you to spend all you money on these plastic, articulated toys? Hello even larger wishlist and goodbye future money!

These haven't arrived in Australia yet, but will keep an eye out. Are The Charming brothers and the daughter of cinderella siblings, or did someones happily ever after not actually happen?

I've been reading all of your previous reviews of the MH dolls, and after reading this review for the third? And your name: I love dolls, and while my favorite has always been AG it kinda runs in the family I just bought my first MH doll, the create a monster design lab, and I'm hoping to expand my collection.

But what I really wanted to ask you is if you seen the webisodes. I know you don't watch the MH ones, but I was just wondering because they've introduced lots of characters that aren't dolls yet.

If not, at least google a picture of Kitty Cheshire. I'm pretty sure I'll buy her as soon as she hits shelves Anyway, sorry for my uber-long first comment!

Keep posting awesome reviews:. Hey Emily, your review of Apple White is incredible, I can't imagine there will ever be a better one written!

Apple is my favorite of the all the EAH characters at the moment. If you look on Flickr, they've released Ashlynn Ella, the daughter of Cinderella, in a two-pack with a nice-looking boy called Hunter Huntsman.

It's really worth checking out, they look great. These are quite nice dolls, but a very unoriginal series to me. Thanks very much for all the detailed photos!

At first I was not too fond of the EAH dolls but the face mold grew on me. Now I own almost all of the dolls that are on the shelves as of this date.

Your particular doll reminds me of Ludmila Ferro from Violetta Google it. I have a Madeline and a Cerise and I've tried to play with them a bit, see what poses they can achieve, and I found one bad thing.

The legs, in boh of my dolls, are extremely hard to move, specially on the hips.

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Ever After High Cupid Doll. Dihl W Glass Kettle 1. Shop by category. The symbol for Ever After High seems to be a heart-shaped padlock attached to a key with a woman's face on it.

The teeth of the key are the letters "e" and "a. I like the book-shaped box, but the elaborate shape means that the packaging is not quite as simple or easy to manage as a Monster High box.

There's more plastic on this box, too. Here's a picture of the top of the box so that you can see the curved cardboard backdrop that is decorated with lines to look like book pages:.

The back of the box gives some information specific to Apple White:. Raven, Madeline and Briar were also in stock at the Justice in Natick.

Of these three, I like Briar the best, although I love Maddie's hair and dress. I guess I am a Royal The plastic front of the box is attached to the cardboard with plastic tabs.

You can cut the tabs off or try to tear them off along some perforated lines. I just cut them. You can see some of the packaging details better with the plastic removed:.

The cardboard bookmark hides a folded story that you can see popping out a little in the picture above.

The bookmark has tabs on either end that slide out of the cardboard backdrop. You can cut the tabs off to make a nice rectangular bookmark-shaped booklet:.

The booklet is a journal written by Apple, with chapter headings. It's nice because it explains some of the backstory--every teenager at Ever After High is destined to become their parent's fairy tale character, and they have a predestined "Happily Ever After" that they all know about.

The Raven Queen is threatening this blissfully secure future. The writing is casual and chatty and the pictures are very simple.

I think it's funny how Apple says, " whatever after. The stand is concealed in the spine of the book. Apple's stand is gold:. Here's the stand alone and next to a Monster High stand:.

The doll and brush can be removed from the cardboard backdrop by snipping a few clear rubber bands and some plastic holders:. The design of the backdrop is interesting.

It's covered with partially obscured text as though it is one of the pages from an old, worn book:. If you look at the text closely, though, you'll see that it's not all in English:.

It looked like French to me, so I tried to read a few of the sentences and figure out what they mean thank you, Google Translator.

Here are some examples:. Ever After High pas votre ecole ordinaire que enseigne l'histoire mathematiques and then something in parentheses that I can't read.

This means: "Fairy tale ended with glass slippers I couldn't decipher very many of the sentences, but my favorites are:.

Comme si elle etait vraiment a peu profonde! Ever After a un etudiant peut etre une pomme "Ever After has a student might be an apple".

Finally, here is Apple White herself:. Apple's stand works fine, but I was hoping that 13 Wishes Clawdeen's saddle stand would also work. It turns out that Clawdeen's stand does not fit Apple very well.

The saddle is too tight for Apple's body, and her legs are a little short. Apple has a lot of jewelry accessories, and they are all made out of the same gold plastic as the stand and the brush.

She has a ring in the shape of a bow:. Actually, I have the ring on the wrong finger in this picture that explains why it kept falling off Apple's right hand has two of the middle fingers positioned together, and this is where the ring is supposed to go it still falls off quite a lot when it's wedged onto these two fingers.

The ring is tiny and I'll probably loose it, or one of my dogs will eat it. I like how the gold plastic has some glittery shine to it.

Apple is also carrying a purse that is shaped like an apple:. It has a really fun molded beading pattern:. The purse is great for storing all of the tiny jewelry pieces.

Maybe I won't loose that ring after all! Apple is wearing a single gold plastic bracelet. You have to remove her hand to get this piece of jewelry off:.

Apple's outfit theme seems to be beads bubbles? The bracelet has lots of molded spheres and a teeny tiny bow accent at the top:.

Apple is also wearing bow-shaped gold plastic earrings:. And a headband with a red bow and a gold plastic crown:. There's some molded detail on the red band:.

This reminds me of another headband crown This crown has some wonderful molded and painted details:. Her outfit consists of a strapless dress and a high-collared shrug:.

The little shrug jacket is made out of a stiff material with a gold checkered print. The sleeves are trimmed with gold stitching.

Hidden in the large collar is a gold plastic necklace:. The collar seems designed to be worn standing up, but this makes the rough hemmed edge show in back:.

Underneath the jacket, the dress has a red fitted corset-style bodice with black tulle trim:. The underskirt is very stiff and can hold its shape.

It is covered by a pink floral print overskirt with a black tulle trim:. Notice the little apple silhouettes in the shiny gold scroll pattern of the skirt:.

I really like the red part of the skirt, but that pink split overskirt with the black trim makes the dress a bit too Moulin Rouge or cheesy French maid for my taste.

It looks like she could use those flaps like wings and fly away:. Apple is wearing black fishnet stockings and red high-heeled shoes:. The red shoes have molded bows and beads on them, and also a cool spiral heel design:.

There's also a molded leaf on the outside edge of each shoe, which is nice because it helps me tell the left shoe from the right:.

Apple seems to have the same face as Maddie. It is a round, flat-profile face with large, wide-set eyes:. When I smoothed the hair away from my Apple's face, I noticed that she has crooked eyebrows:.

She looks a little irritated I just tell myself she's raising one eyebrow sardonically--a skill I wish I had myself. Here's the same trick with Apple.

The pictures are terrible, but you can see she has a nice side I don't think the doll is supposed to be raising one eyebrow, although that would be pretty great.

Here's a picture of another Apple White doll at Justice. Her eyebrows might not be perfectly straight, but I think they look more level than my doll's eyebrows:.

Apple's eye paint has a lot of detail. She has two-toned blue irises with thickly painted black eyelashes. She has three shades of eyeliner: metallic silver, dark brown and a lighter, thinner brown all around the outside.

What's interesting is that she has a band of bright purple in the whites of her eyes:. All of the Ever After dolls have white dots on their lips. I think these are meant to make the lips look shiny or sparkly:.

Apple's blonde ringlet curls are a mess:. The disorder is not helped by the fact that she has a strange, lopsided hairdo.

Small sections of hair from either side of her face are pulled back and tied together underneath the hair from the top of her head.

Like this:. You can see that the rooting is fine. Thank goodness. The Ever After High body has 11 points of articulation. Apple has a sway back, but it's not as pronounced as the trademark Monster High arch:.

As AJ pointed out, the torso has a slightly thicker more natural build than the ultra-skinny Monster High body. Here's a side-by-side comparison with 13 Wishes Clawdeen :.

As I started to play around with Apple, the first thing I noticed is that while she can do things like this:.

Her hip joint has restricted movement. The shape of her upper leg interferes with smooth rotation of the joint. Note: some of these pictures seem crude, and I apologize, but I couldn't find a way to show you the nitty gritty of the hip joint in a more delicate way.

Clawdeen has some of the same movement restrictions as Apple like not being able to do full sideways splits For example, Clawdeen can cross her legs a bit more:.

Clawdeen can do a high side kick without showing big gaps in her hip joint:. Both dolls rotate at the knee which is great!

Here's a comparison of the two dolls' lower leg thicknesses:. I also noticed that if you rotate Apple's arms straight up in the air, she can't spread them out from side-to-side much at all:.

Clawdeen's arms can rotate straight up and then bend all of the way out until they're at a 90 degree angle with her head:.

AJ discussed how well Maddie and Howleen share clothes in her review the dress fits Howleen but the shoes do not While Clawdeen's dress looks amazing on Apple, the fit is too tight and the dress will not close completely in back.

However, Clawdeen's shoes fit almost perfectly:. Apple's dress looks ridiculous on Clawdeen. Also, the fit is too lose, so the strapless bodice keeps falling down.

Not surprisingly, the shoes are a good fit:. Mattel missed a real opportunity here. Why, oh why, would they not make these two cross-over lines able to share clothes?

Clothes sharing with Howleen and Twyla doesn't count. There are only two of those smaller-bodied dolls and dozens of the taller girls.

Clothes sharing should be with the regular-sized dolls. The completely different body doesn't make a lot of sense to me.

Here are some more pictures of Apple wishing she could wear Clawdeen's dress:. Imagine the mix-and match possibilities that were lost. I rounded up a few dolls for a comparison picture:.

Apple is the most similar to Clawdeen, but she also looks fairly close in size to Magic Night Out Meygana :.

I think Apple's dress actually suits Meygana, but it's way too small and can't close at all in the back.

Because of Apple's slimmer build, she can wear Bratzillaz clothes I thought that the basic Meygana's dress might look nice with Apple's eyes:.

And the Switch-A-Witch black and white dress, because it is tight-fitting, is a pretty good match:. The Cutie Pop dolls have about the same size chest as Apple, so some of those dresses can be shared, too.

It's not a perfect fit, but it could work. I decided that Apple's hair was so messy and uneven, I might as well take out the little rubber band and see how the curls do when they are brushed.

Well, first of all, I like the hair with the little ponytail taken out. It looks much more even and full:. The cut is intentionally?

Here are a few final pictures of this interesting new doll:. Bottom line? Since this is a Monster High spin-off line, it's difficult for me to evaluate the doll without comparing her to a Monster High doll.

In fact, I think it's necessary for me to compare her to a Monster High doll. What struck me when the Monster High line first came out is that every doll was so unique.

I couldn't believe that Clawdeen's head mold had wolf ears and Lagoona's head mold had scalloped piscine ears. Many of the Monster High dolls have differently shaped faces, too.

Not only that, each doll has a unique fashion style. Frankie's clothes are often schoolgirl prim, while Clawdeen's get-ups are edgier, and Lagoona looks like she just came from the beach.

The Ever After High dolls do not have this same diversity. All of the faces look the same to me. Spin Master made this mistake with the Liv dolls.

If all of the characters have the same face, there's little incentive to buy multiple dolls. I mean, will Cinderella's daughter just be Apple in a different dress?

I hope not. Furthermore, the Ever After faces are very round and plain, with nowhere near the character of, say, Clawdeen's fierce pout, Lagoona's wide-eyed innocence, or Ghoulia's slightly confused pucker.

My Apple's eyebrow-error gives her more character than she was meant to have. Don't get me wrong, I think the face is fine. It's a recognizable face, and maybe the mild expression will leave room for kids' imaginations to fill in a neat personality.

The Ever After High dolls clearly need to have head molds that are different from Monster High heads otherwise they would just be new Monster High dolls , but half of me wishes that Mattel had re-used the Monster High body.

This would have made sense given the spin-off nature of the line, and clothes sharing would be easy.

The other half of me is glad to see a new body shape. Even so, I wish Mattel had maintained the same level of articulation quality that we enjoy in the Monster High dolls.

Apple White's joints don't have the range or fluidity of motion that Monster High joints have. I think that the idea behind the Ever After High dolls is brilliant.

It is a perfect spin-off concept. While Monster High dolls cater to the spooky, darker side of collectors' imaginations, these new dolls will satisfy the happily-ever-after sweetness that many people crave.

There seems to be no shortage of new monsters whose teenaged spawn can join the Monster High lineup. Similarly, fairy tales provide a rich pool of characters from which new dolls could be made.

Mattel isn't likely to end either of these lines for lack of new material. In addition, the fairy tale theme provides some good fodder for amazing outfits and accessories.

I am picturing Cinderella's daughter, Ashlynn, with a steampunk-style clock outfit for the clock striking midnight or a semi-transparent gossamer outfit that suggests glass for the glass slippers.

Or maybe even an outlandish bubble gown that hints at a pumpkin? Apple's wonderful beaded fruit purse is a good start, but I wish she had some funky apple ornaments on her shoes apple cores as heels?

I like things about this doll, and I am eager to see the new characters as they come out, but I'm left feeling like with material this rich, the design team isn't having enough fun.

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