Brotherly love in playscale: finding diversity in fashion dolls and action figures from the 1960s to now: Barbie, Fashion Royalty, Momoko, Susie, GI Joe, Power Team, Mixis.
I'm pretty sure the Disney Store version is an entirely different doll. I went looking for real pics of the regular release a while ago, and there's still almost no pics outside of eBay.
Yes, while similar, I would say that the Disney version - per the photo shown here - is a different doll. The one I saw looks better. (And not because I saw him ;-D).
Yes, I saw him. I did a post back in June(http://i-luv-dolls.blogspot.com/search/label/Beast). On my recent post on Naveen, I was suprised to know that Disney has several companies doing dolls. Even at the same time! I seen Mattel Snow White and other company's Snow White....big difference. I have yet to see a Disney doll done by someone other than Mattell that I liked! The other dolls look cartoony!I've even been toying(pun intented) with the idea of getting a Toy Story Ken. I kinda like him.
somehow disney dolls dont look like their actual characters...but this doll looks cute ;-)pam waiting to buy Flyn Ryder from Rapunzel.
I think he's much better than the Disney Store version, too. I'm tempted to buy it, though it doesn't fit in with anything else I have.
Ms. Leo - I even commented on your Beast photo. Ack! the mind is going, going, bye! Thanks for the reminder."iLham," I wonder if the absence of a likeness is intentional? Or just carelessness. Like the dolls are of cartoon characters, why bother to get the resemblance correct? Shrug.MissSpottyJane, I understand. I'm tempted, too. To buy this guy ...Oh, and Ms. Leo, yes, Mattel does seem to produce the best Disney dolls. Anyone ever see the British Camp Rock dolls done by Mattel?
No, I haven't seen the British Camp Rock dolls done by Mattel! I hope you have pictures. The new beast is quite cute in an aristocratic kinda way! His face say well heeled not machinist.
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