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Scaris: City of Frights
Dolls
Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Café cart
Name Status: Trademark
Release Date(s): Mid November, 2012
Late November, 2012
Late January, 2013
Early March, 2013
Assortment Number(s): Y0376
Y0392
Y0425
Model Number(s): Y0377 — Skelita Calaveras
Y0378 — Jinafire Long
Y0379 — Clawdeen Wolf
Y0380 — Frankie Stein
Y0381 — Rochelle Goyle
Y0393 — Abbey Bominable
Y0394 — Ghoulia Yelps
Y0395 — Deuce Gorgon
Y0396 — Draculaura
Y4307 — Convertible
Y4308 — Café cart
Y7295Catrine DeMew
Y7296 — 2-pack (Lagoona Blue & Cleo de Nile)

The Scaris: City of Frights doll line comprises ten characters dressed for Scaris. They are: Rochelle Goyle, Frankie Stein, Clawdeen Wolf, newcomers Jinafire Long and Skelita Calaveras, Draculaura, Abbey Bominable, Deuce Gorgon, Ghoulia Yelps, Catrine DeMew, Cleo de Nile, and Lagoona Blue. The first five dolls come with travel journals, suitcases and various accessories, whereas the next four are budget dolls. There are also two playsets included, one a Convertible, the other a Café cart. The deluxe dolls of the line were released in Mid November, 2012, and the rest in Late November, 2012. Catrine is a Walmart exclusive deluxe doll and was released in Late January, 2013. Lagoona and Cleo are sold only in a 2-pack, which is exclusive to Toys"R"Us and were released in Early March, 2013.

Name

The line is sold and claimed to be trademarked as Scaris: City of Frights. However, that trademark does not actually exist. On April 16, 2012, a trademark was filed for City of Frights, while on June 26, 2012 a trademark was filed for Scaris: City of Fright. Essentially, Mattel promotes the assortment under a name that is a fusion of its two

Assortment relations

As a Spring Break-themed line, Scaris: City of Frights succeeds Gloom Beach and Skull Shores.

A few accessories of Scaris: City of Frights are taken from previous lines, mostly in regards to the budget dolls.

Scaris: City of Frights doll Accessory Other doll(s)
Cleo de Nile Shoes Create-A-Monster Cat & Witch
Deuce Gorgon Sunglasses 'Basic' Deuce Gorgon
Draculaura Shoes 'I Heart Shoes' Draculaura
Draculaura Purse 'I Heart Shoes' Draculaura
Frankie Stein Sunglasses Gloom Beach Frankie Stein
Ghoulia Yelps Glasses 'Basic' Ghoulia Yelps, Dead Tired Ghoulia Yelps, School Clubs Ghoulia Yelps
Ghoulia Yelps Earrings 'Basic' Ghoulia Yelps
Lagoona Blue Shoes 'School's Out' Lagoona Blue, Roadster Draculaura

Fiction

The only fiction to feature the Scaris: City of Frights fashion are the 2013 TV specials "Scaris: City of Frights" and "From Fear to Eternity". All dolls and playsets are given time in the TV special. Since Jinafire's, Skelita's, and Catrine's fashion double as their standard outfits, general Monster High fiction too promotes those.

Notes

  • Jinafire's doll was supposed to be part of a later wave, but a few made it to stores early. The doll did not become widely available until December.

Gallery

Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Skelita Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Jinafire Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Rochelle Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Clawdeen
Skelita Calaveras Jinafire Long Rochelle Goyle Clawdeen Wolf
Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Frankie Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Draculaura Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Abbey Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Deuce
Frankie Stein Draculaura Abbey Bominable Deuce Gorgon
Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Ghoulia Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Catrine Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Lagoona and Cleo Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Convertible
Ghoulia Yelps Catrine DeMew Lagoona Blue & Cleo de Nile Convertible
Doll stockphotography - Scaris City of Frights Café cart
Café cart

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