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- The ghouls from Monster High are freakishly fabulous
- Doll is fully articulated so she can be posed in many different ways
- Includes doll, brush, and accessory
- Collect all your favorite Monster High dolls
- Each ghoul brings her own unique style to class
List Price: $14.49
Monster High Dance Class Howleen Wolf Doll Description
Each ghoul brings her own unique style to class..
Reviews By Talvi : Date November 11, 2012
This is a great Howleen for those who wanted to get the original version with Clawdine but couldn’t find it.
She has pink hair (the original Howleen had orangish hair) and I think it’s a lot prettier than the original Howleen. Her shirt has a cute “dance class” pattern on it showing the steps of her hip hop moves. Note that the top is sewn onto the paw-print pants, so they are one piece. She has a plastic zipper type belt with pawprint headphones.
The quality of the clothing is great and I like that her hair is soft and not gelled. Note that this line does not comes with stands.
One big difference between this and the first version Howleen is that her arms are softer vinyl and therefore have a bit of flexibility. This also makes her a much better version than the first – she’s more posable.
Reviews By Our Baby Peterson : Date December 4, 2012
My 6 year old daughter helped me write this, "This is my first howleen, she is so pretty, and shorter than Clawdeen. I really like her pink poofy hair. Her outfit is really cool, and kind of looks like pajamas, so she can be a sleepover doll too. I don’t like her belt, I took it off. I wish she had a stand so I could pose her and make her do dance moves, I just steal stands from my other dolls."
I wasn’t able to snag an original Howleen/Clawdeen set, so them releasing her alone and in a budget line was great! I am so happy that I was able to give her Clawdeen doll a little sister finally. I love that she is so short. Although I sort of wish the dolls heights were true to the cartoon, Draculaura should be so much shorter as a doll, and the same height as Howleen.
Reviews By John M Chapman : Date November 6, 2012
It’s nice to see that Mattel has listened to fans requests for another Howleen doll. With the difficulties of finding (and the expense of a two pack) of her original doll, it’s nice to see that they introduced her in a second (budget) release.
First off, the doll is adorable, she comes in with extremely soft hair as she was manufactured in China, and lacks the problematic glue that has haunted Mattel’s Indonesian made releases. The articulation for my doll was tight, but not overly so. The plastic used for the hands for this release, however, is quite different. It is much more soft and pliable, so much so that the rubber bands holding her hands in place have left indentions in the mold. The hands seem to be the same material as the shoes she is wearing (which are also adorable), but it’s a different quality than what Mattel previously used. I feel that moving forward, these pieces may discolor or stain easier because they seem to lack a “finish” that is normally seen on these dolls. For example, these pieces have a dull finish while previously releases have had a soft gloss finish.
In case you are not aware, this line of releases lack stands and brushes. The lack of stands is a disappointment, since the cost of the Monster High budget lines has risen approxiamately $4-5 since they were first released. It is also disappointing if you enjoy collecting the dolls and putting them on display. I hope that Mattel will decide to include them again in future budget lines, but I don’t see it happening.
Overall, aside from the indentions in her hands (and the potential future worry over discoloration) and the lack of a stand, Dance Class Howleen is simply too adorable to pass up, especially if you missed her the first time around.