Spain launched it's MH Magazine before the UK on the 26th September 2011. The Magazine was published by Panini España, and the Mattel Company Magazine has a circulation of 50,000. The cover price is €4.95.
France must have launched their magazine around the same time as the UK.
"Monster High is overflowing with insights from your favourite characters – Draculaura, Clawdeen or Ghoulia. Everything you could want to know about their lives at school and at home can be found here in this colourful and well illustrated mag. Plus, you can try out one of the competitions such as sending in your drawings of your favourite monsters and have a go at the monstrously fiendish puzzles, and more often than not there’s a fang-tastic free gift."
The UK Magazines were published in the UK and internationally by Egmont Publishing Group, a brand new pre-teen title aimed at girls aged 7 to 12. The magazine has a cover price of £2.99 (€3.57) and a print run of 100,000 in the UK. The magazine will be published as a result of a licensing agreement with brand owner Mattel. It is available from all newsagents, larger supermarkets and by subscription.
There was a Premiere Issue released earlier than the magazine came on sale in the UK with "7 DEC 2011 - 10 JAN 2012". It may not actually be called Issue 0, however no official name was released for the Magazine. No futhur issues were released following it. The magazine came with 5 free gifts (cosmetics in a resealable case) and 8 posters. The magazine itself was around 20 pages long, with not much writing in it, but lots of pictures, a few games and quizzes.
"Filled with a mix of Monster High™ news, chilling features on the most creeptastic Monster High™ trends and scary-fun activities like puzzles and quizzes, the new magazine promises freaky-fab fun reading for Monster High™ fans. Readers will even get clawsome posters and a chance to win killer prizes!"
Monster High Magazines from are America are published by Titan Magazines.