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To say there is a lot of Monster High merchandise would be an understatement. As such, the information on the merchandise is spread out over multiple pages. Below is a portal to pages on all Monster High merchandise, ordered by product type and availablity.
| Monster High is based around a series of articulated plastic dolls, which are 10.5 inches tall on average and have a unique head mold each.|
Read about the dolls.
| Along with a number of dolls come figurines—the pets to the characters. They each have a unique mold and most are about an inch tall.|
Read about the figurines.
| Create-A-Monster is a special line of dolls that promotes creativity. The line's dolls are sold as parts that can be mixed however one pleases.|
Read about Create-A-Monster.
| In addition to the dolls, playsets are produced for the dolls to interact with. Some are packaged with a doll, others are not.|
Read about accessories for the playsets.
|San Diego Comic-Con International exclusives||Store exclusives|
| Every year of the franchise's existence, a doll is released that is exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con International.|
Read about the SDCCI exclusives.
| Since 2011, three stores have been provided with exclusive dolls to sell. Four more such stores began receiving exclusive dolls in 2012.|
Read about the store exclusives.
| Monster High launched with a vinyl line of known characters. One time, one of them was a San Diego Comic Con International exclusive.|
Read about the Monster High Vinyl figures
| Monster High launched with a line of looks-like-pony merchandise Fright-Mares. They were added to the franchise in 2015.|
Read about Fright-Mares merchandise.
| Monster High launched with a plushie line, the Friends series, but it was not very successful. Plushies were re-added to the franchise in 2013.|
Read about the Monster High articulated dolls
| Other than the dolls and plushies, much more Monster High toy products are produced, including bicycles, keychains, light-up toys, and magic 8-balls.|
Read about miscellaneous merchandise.
|Chitech Bikes||Sakar Electronics|
| Chitech produces bikes and scooters for Monster High.|
Read about the Chitech merchandise.
| Sakar produces electronic gadgets for Monster High.|
Read about the Sakar Electronics merchandise.
|San Diego Comic-Con International merchandise|
| Every year of the franchise's existence, merchandise is released that is exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con International.|
Read about the SDCCI merchandise.
Clothes, accessories, and makeup
|Justice exclusives||Hot Topic exclusives|
| Mattel and Justice partnered at the launch of Monster High to release themed apparel and accessories for tweens.|
Read about the Justice exclusives
| In June 2013, Hot Topic began to offer MH-themed clothes and accessories.|
Read about the Hot Topic exclusives
|Toys"R"Us exclusives||Party City Halloween Costumes|
| Toys"R"Us sells exclusive themed accessories and bags.|
Read about the Toys"R"Us exclusives.
For Halloween 2010, Party City offered three Monster High costumes for girls.
| In December 2010 Claire's Accessories began to offer MH-themed jewelery and cosmetics.|
Read about the Claire's exclusives
| The monthly magazine was introduced to European markets in 2011, with the USA edition following in 2012. Its content covers a broad range of topics.|
Read about the magazine.
| The first Monster High DVD was released in 2011 and packaged with four dolls. It wasn't until 2012 that DVDs became stand-alone products.|
Read about the DVDs.
| There are two book series in existence: one which ran from 2010 to 2012 and one which debuted in 2012 and is currently active.|
Read about the books
| The first Monster High comic book will be released in December of 2013. It will contain seven comics, each a unique story.|
Read about the comic books.
| The first app came out on July 10, 2011. The pacing of new app releases is about one per year. As well, an Apptivity-aligned app debuted in 2012.|
Read about the apps.
| The first console-style video game was released on October 25, 2011 and since then a new video game has been released each year.|
Read about the video games.