Decir que hay una gran cantidad de Monster High mercancia sería un eufemismo. Como tal, la información sobre la mercancía hacia fuera a través de múltiples páginas. A continuación se muestra un portal a las páginas de toda la Monster High mercancia, ordenada por tipo de producto y disponidad. NO TERMINADA Plantilla:TOC limit


Dolls Figurines
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Monster High se basa en una serie de muñecas de plástico articuladas, que son 10,5 centímetros de altura en promedio y tienen un molde de la cabeza única cada una.

Lea sobre las muñecas.
Junto con una serie de muñecas vienen figurines-los animales domésticos a los personajes. Cada uno tiene un molde único y la mayoría son alrededor de una pulgada de alto.

Lea acerca de los figurinas.
Create-A-Monster Playsets
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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
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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.

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Plushies Miscellaneous merchandise
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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
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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.

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Justice exclusives Hot Topic exclusives
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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
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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.

Read about the Party City costumes.

Claire's exclusives
In December 2010 Claire's Accessories began to offer MH-themed jewelery and cosmetics.

Read about the Claire's exclusives


Magazine DVDs
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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.
Books Comic books
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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.
Apps Video games
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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.