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I don't think this has been posted yet, correct me if I'm wrong.

Found this on Tumblr, it's from the 2012 Australian Toy Fair for a new line of Bratz coming out:

Anyone else thinks these designs look like really well done MH OCs?

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I saw this to, and I agree it does look a lot lot lot like the Monster High, and sound a lot like the Monster High tagline with "Glam Gets Wicked”

They look cute though, so if the dolls look nice I will most likely buy them.

At first I reall thought they were MH OCs! O_O They are actually pretty well designed, but... Bratz?

This!

Victoria Niccals said:

At first I reall thought they were MH OCs! O_O They are actually pretty well designed, but... Bratz?

I know right? The designs are awesome, I may even buy one, but this is such a huge rip off. I thought they were pushing it with their Catz and Masquerade Lines.

Victoria Niccals said:

At first I reall thought they were MH OCs! O_O They are actually pretty well designed, but... Bratz?

And has anyone see the Bratz Catz? They turn into cats. Werecats rip-off? Not near as bad as this though.

Really Bratz?

Of course they are, could MGA really look at MH and think "we don't want some a that cash"

But I have no faith in MGAs ability NOT to screw this up like they messed up the 10/10/10 relaunch. I'm expecting costumes with the quality level of the masquerade dolls (Read: Cheap and nasty), nylon frizz for hair and no articulation because MGA seems to be allergic to articulation.

But we'll see... i'm not holding my breath for anything that doesn't just look like a knockoff... i'm thinking those bratz mould knockoffs someone posted up here a while back? Lol.

Looking forward to using their clothes for Monster High... lol!

 

They have a hell of a lot of nerve though... after winning the Bratz ownership lawsuit with Mattel they go and completely rip-off Mattel's line that was created to compete with Bratz. Freakin' shamless...

This isn't very unusual in the doll industry; if something has success, expect to see other lines follow the trend.  Back in the 80's when Jem became a strong seller, Mattel responded by creating Barbie and the Rockers. 

I do see the Bratz line following some restraint though in just having the dolls all seem to be witches.  Since characters like Dracula and Frankenstein are in the public domain, if they really wanted to encroach there's ample opportunity for them to do so.

bratz sued mattel?

that looks like knock offs, no one buys bratz any more, so it will most likley go down hill anyway.
 
Shannanigan O'Crabby said:

Looking forward to using their clothes for Monster High... lol!

 

They have a hell of a lot of nerve though... after winning the Bratz ownership lawsuit with Mattel they go and completely rip-off Mattel's line that was created to compete with Bratz. Freakin' shamless...

No, Mattel sued MGA (The creators of Bratz)

Hex (Spectra Fan) said:

bratz sued mattel?

that looks like knock offs, no one buys bratz any more, so it will most likley go down hill anyway.
 
Shannanigan O'Crabby said:

Looking forward to using their clothes for Monster High... lol!

 

They have a hell of a lot of nerve though... after winning the Bratz ownership lawsuit with Mattel they go and completely rip-off Mattel's line that was created to compete with Bratz. Freakin' shamless...

oh ok, why?

Ninapedia said:

No, Mattel sued MGA (The creators of Bratz)

Hex (Spectra Fan) said:

bratz sued mattel?

that looks like knock offs, no one buys bratz any more, so it will most likley go down hill anyway.
 
Shannanigan O'Crabby said:

Looking forward to using their clothes for Monster High... lol!

 

They have a hell of a lot of nerve though... after winning the Bratz ownership lawsuit with Mattel they go and completely rip-off Mattel's line that was created to compete with Bratz. Freakin' shamless...

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