New Monster High Horror Icons: Mattel has announced the addition of two new horror icons to its popular Monster High collection. Starting May 1, 2023, fans can grab limited-edition Chucky and Tiffany dolls from Bride of Chucky, available at stores nationwide. These dolls are part of the brand’s “Skullector” line, which features unique and highly sought-after collectibles.
Sneak Peek on Social Media
The brand teased the killer duo on its Instagram page, showing Chucky and Tiffany holding hands with their bright, deadly eyes on display. The dark-themed post has set the right mood for Chucky fans eagerly awaiting the dolls’ release.
Where to Purchase and Updates?
While more details about pricing and availability are expected soon, the limited-edition dolls will likely be available for purchase on the brand’s website, creations.mattel.com. Fans should follow the brand’s social media pages for the latest Monster High Chucky and Tiffany dolls updates.
All About Monster High Chucky and Tiffany Dolls
The upcoming Monster High Chucky and Tiffany dolls are a much-awaited treat for horror fans across the country. Mattel’s “Skullector” line typically sells out quickly, so eager collectors should keep an eye out for the release.
Mattel, the toy company behind Monster High dolls, has expanded its collection by introducing limited-edition collectible dolls based on modern horror icons. While the Monster High line typically features the daughters of classic monsters, the new collection includes characters such as Chucky, The Shining, Stephen King’s IT, Beetlejuice, Gremlins 2, Elvira, and more. These dolls offer fans of horror movies and pop culture a new way to engage with their favorite characters and add to their collections.
Price, Availability, and Purchase Platform
The new dolls will be available starting May 1, 2023. Although the brand has not provided specific details on pricing or availability, fans can expect to pay a premium for these horror dolls. Past launches were available on the official website, creations.mattel.com, and the new dolls are expected to be available on the same platform.
Mattel, Inc., an American multinational toy manufacturing company, was founded in January 1945 by Harold Matson, Elliot Handler, and Ruth Handler. Headquartered in El Segundo, California, the company operates in over 35 countries and sells products in more than 150 countries.