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Among the promotional material Mattel produces to bring attention to the Monster High dolls, the most prominent product is the Monster High cartoon series. Released as a mix of many webisodes of a few minutes long and a small amount of TV specials of around an hour, the cartoon is the primary medium through which new characters and accessories are brought to the audience's attention. The Flash-animated material was produced by W!LDBRAIN during 2010-2012 and is produced by Six Point Harness since 2013, though Top Drawn Animation has been continuously hired by both companies for supportive work after it took over from Caboom. Meanwhile, the CGI-animated material is produced by Nerd Corps Entertainment. Sound for the entire series is done by Salami Studios.

The cartoon is currently working through Volume 5. Mattel releases a new webisode weekly as long as an arc is running via the Monster High YouTube channel and the video portion of the Monster High website. The wait between arcs is not predictable at the moment.

Volume 1

New Ghoul @ School - fearbook opening

Between May 05th and July 30th of 2010, Mattel released 15 webisodes featuring the students, teachers and staff of Monster High. This was followed by a 3-month hiatus until October 29th, starting which another 12 webisodes were released until January 20, 2011. The webisodes of Volume 1 are 1:47 minutes long, good for a little less than 1:30 minutes worth of actual webisode. There is almost no continuity between the webisodes and all rely on the "gag-per-webisode" format. The Volume 1-associated TV special "New Ghoul @ School", which details Frankie Stein's first days at Monster High, functions as an alternative version of the webisodes' story.

Volume 2


Volume 2 was released between February 08th and November 17th of 2011. Its formula is drastically different from Volume 1's. Instead of only 1:47 minutes, Volume 2's webisodes take 3:32 minutes, almost twice as much. Moreso, the Volume 2 webisodes are heavy on continuity, featuring multiple storylines at once that span multiple webisodes. The TV special "Fright On!" was released during Volume 2's run and takes place between Volume 2 and Volume 3. Volume 2 also saw the release of a special webisode to promote the Kind Campaign, though it isn't marked as Volume 2 and has to take place after "Fright On!".

Volume 3

Preceded by three promotional webisode releases in October and November, the first of the regular Volume 3 webisodes was released on the Monster High channel and site on December 8, 2011. The end of Volume 3 is not any easier to define; the webisodes of the regular schedule stopped on December 10, 2013, but three final Volume 3 webisodes were released on the "Frights, Camera, Action!" DVD on March 25, 2014. All the Volume 3 webisodes are 2:31 minutes long, less than the length of Volume 2's webisodes, and mark a return to the "gag-per-webisode" format. There is still a sense of continuity a la Volume 2, but less so. Notably, Volume 3 introduced clip shows, which did help establish a sense of continuity. Nine TV specials belong to Volume 3, but none of them has a distinguishable position relative to the webisodes.

Promotional/DVD Extra


  1. Dodgeskull
  2. Game of DeNile
  3. Uncommon Cold
  4. Ghosts with Dirty Faces
  5. Hickmayleeun
  6. No Place Like Nome
  7. Sibling Rivalry
  8. The Nine Lives of Toralei
  9. Unlife to Live
  10. Abyss Adventure
  11. Unearthed Day
  12. Creepfast Club
  13. Home Ick
  14. Hoodoo That Voodoo That You Do
  15. I Know What You Did Last Fright
  16. Honey, I Shrunk the Ghouls
  17. HooDude VooDoo
  18. Undo the Voodoo
  19. Night of a Thousand Dots
  20. Best Ghoulfriend
  21. Aba-Kiss Me Deadly
  22. Bean Scare, Done That
  23. A Perfect Match
  24. Hiss-toria
  25. The Need for Speed
  26. The Halls Have Eyes
  27. Mauled
  28. Scare-born Infection
  29. Boo Year's Eve
  30. Franken-Styled
  31. Defending Your Lagoona
  32. Freaky Fridate
  33. The Ghoulest Season
  34. Fright Dance
  35. Scare-itage
  36. Tough As Scales
  37. Tree of Unlife
  38. No Ghouls Allowed
  39. I Scream, You Scream
  40. Frankie's Joltin' Juice
  41. Tortoise and The Scare
  42. Fierce Crush
  43. Invasion of the Ghoul Snatchers
  44. Flowers for Slow Moe
  45. Ready, Wheeling and Able
  46. Creature of the Year
  47. Party Undead
  48. Student Disembodied President
  49. Clawbacks
  50. Field of Screams
  51. Angry Ghouls
  52. The Stich-uation
  53. Scarah-Voyant
  54. Inscare-itance
  55. Playing the Boos

Volume 4

On November 21, five Volume 4 webisodes were uploaded on YouTube. Volume 4, like Volume 3, started while the previous volume had yet to reach its end.

Volume 5

On October 02 2014, a Volume 5 webisode was uploaded onto YouTube. Much like Volume 4, Volume 5 started before the previous volume had come to its end. Notable changes in Volume 5 are an increased running time, and a slight improvement in the animation itself, such as more varied facial expressions, and the exterior of Monster High's main building changing to look more like the school as seen in the movie specials.

Volume 6

On June 19 2015, a Volume 6 webisode was uploaded onto YouTube. Volume 6 seems to carry on the new changes made in Volume 5, including multiple-part webisodes.


In addition to the storyline webisodes, there have also been two special webisodes released in honor of Monster High's partnership with the Kind Campaign in 2011 and WeStopHate in 2012.

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