|Skultimate Roller Maze|
|Release Date(s):|| Early June, 2012|
Early July, 2012
Late December, 2012
|Model Number(s):|| X3672 — Frankie Stein|
X3673 — Lagoona Blue
X3674 — Operetta
X3675 — Ghoulia Yelps
X4513 — 2-pack (Abbey Bominable & Ghoulia Yelps)
Y8349 — Abbey Bominable
Y8350 — Clawdeen Wolf
The Skultimate Roller Maze doll line comprises six characters in roller skating outfits. They are: Operetta, Frankie Stein, Ghoulia Yelps, Lagoona Blue, Abbey Bominable, and Clawdeen Wolf. Abbey and Ghoulia are available as single-pack dolls and as 2-pack dolls. The 2-pack is exclusive to Kmart. The line was revealed at Toy Fair 2012. The first four dolls were released Early June, 2012, the 2-pack containing Abbey and Ghoulia was released Early July, 2012, and single-pack Abbey and Clawdeen were released in Late December, 2012.
Skultimate Roller Maze was filed for trademark on October 7, 2011.
As one of the big four lines of 2012, all of the Skultimate Roller Maze outfits and accessories are unique designs and molds not sold with any other doll. As a sport-themed assortment, Skultimate Roller Maze thematically follows up on Scream Uniform and Go Monster High Team!!!, though it is a far grander line.
All four single-pack dolls have a quote printed on the back, but the 2-pack lacks such doll logs. All dolls are packaged with a card that shows close-up art of them on one side and partial close-up art of the full team on the back.
The characters and clothes of the Skultimate Roller Maze assortment are featured in what was supposed to be the third TV special of 2012: "Friday Night Frights". This special was originally to air on July 13, 2012, but didn't for reasons expected to be related to the problems Nickelodeon, which airs the Monster High TV specials in the USA, was going through at that time. At San Diego Comic-Con International 2012, it was said the TV special would still air, but no date was given.
On November 13, 2012, the video game Skultimate Roller Maze was released, which evidently centers around the Skultimate Roller Maze assortment. Most of the characters in the assortment are playable characters in the game, accompanied by a number of male characters dressed in the Monster High uniform. The game was promoted in the September edition of Freaky Fab 13.
- What appear to be Skultimate Roller Maze outfit for Draculaura and Cleo de Nile are featured in "Friday Night Frights", suggesting they too will get a doll release in this line.
- On the stockphoto, Skultimate Roller Maze Frankie does not have her cheek scar. The actual doll does have the scar.
- The two Skultimate Roller Maze releases of Ghoulia Yelps are identical, but the two Skultimate Roller Maze releases of Abbey Bominable differ. The 2-pack Abbey has tinsel in her hair, which the single-pack one doesn't.