From the first set of the basic's, Clawdeen, Draculaura, Frankie, Lagoona, Cleo and Decue, which is the rarest to find as of right now? According to the EBay posting's a lot of people claim that Clawdeen is the very hardest/rarest to find. But what do you think?
Clawdeen for sure. I have been collecting a complete set for my daughter for months and she was the last one, and I got her today when the stores did a massive re-stock in most places. Now I'd say the Gloom Beach Frankie
Oh well I'm glad I got my hands on Clawdeen when I spotted her at Burlington Coat Factory. And I wasn't even going to buy her at first then decided to after all. :) How much did you pay for your dolls? I got Clawdeen, Frankie, and Draculaura for $17.99.
Haha nice I knew Walgreens got the dolls but then again my local one did say so but there were other Walgreens that said otherwise haha either way thats good. I'm thinking about getting Ghoulia after XMAS but then again idk I like her but again eh not really. Haha
Clawdeen is on top with the hardest to find out of any of the dolls (wave 1 or not). I think Ghoulia comes in second as second rarest out of any of them because she is new, they kept us waiting for her from the webisodes, and people just like who she is. Any of them are hard for me to find, but when I went to Toys R Us NYC they had about 7 Frankies, 3 Holts, and 12 Cleo and Deuces (this was one Nov 6th) now I say there should be 2 Frankies and 7 Cleo and Deuces there right now.
I think Lagoona because I remember even before MH became really really popular it took me weeks to finally get her and when I did I was so happy. we haven't gotten the Gloom beach line yet nor Ghoulia. Clawdeen was my 3rd MH doll and she was the last one there too even when it still wasn't as popular.
It would have to be Ghoulia for me. I've at least seen Holt at the ToysRUs in Atwater (even though I didn't purchase him) and I finally managed to snag a basic Clawdeen for myself from Justice today, but I have never seen Ghoulia with my own eyes or available for non-gouger prices from webstores.