I know we are a bit late to the party, but thanks to the wonderful Aaron Sparrow, she arrived today.
Our daughter loves Monster High. She has been in love with this doll since they did the voting for the next SDCC exclusive a couple of years ago. In that competition Scarah Screams won. Later, Headmistress Bloodgood was released at Toys-R-Us and Wydowna Spider as Webarella became this year’s Comic-Con exclusive.
Through it all, our daughter repeatedly asked for the “spider girl” and was very excited when she learned about her coming out. We felt terrible having to tell her that she most likely would not be able to get the “spider girl” because we couldn’t get to San Diego this year, nor could we afford the eBay prices. Thankfully, Mr. Sparrow stepped in and was able to help us. She will be one ecstatic little girl come next month on her birthday.
Sorry collectors, this Webarella will be removed from the box and played with. For now, she’s still in her box.
My first impression went like this: “Oh my gosh the outer box is stunning!”
The black box with the bright red letters, logo and webbing is beautiful, and that is just the outer box. When I opened that the doll was inside in another box. This box has a great art! It has a sleeve that covers up the extra outfit and has comic type art on it. The back of the box is also beautifully done. Inside was also a mini comic and one of the Monster High journals.
As for the doll itself? She is beautiful. I love her black skin with the bright red hair. Like Catty Noir, the colors are stunning. I also love her boots. The silver webbing really pops against the dark plastic. I have to admit the fact that she has six arms is also super cool.
My daughter is also going to be thrilled because she has a pet fly… named “Shoo.”
When I showed her the doll was out — besides her obvious excitement — all she wanted to know was if she had a pet and what it was.
I can’t wait for her birthday! (Because I want to play with her too!)