Thursday, February 22, 2018

DC Superhero Girls: Starfire

DC Superhero Girls - Starfire was released from her package today.

Introduced in 1980, her real name is Koriand'r and she is from the planet, Tamaran. Once a princess, she was enslaved to another race for a time. Eventually she escaped and came to Earth, where she joined the Teen Titans.

Taking advantage of her exotic looks, Kory found work as a fashion model when she wasn't fighting villains.

This Starfire looks forward to fighting evil with the other DC Superhero Girls.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Prettie Girls

I decided to take a mental health day today and to unbox my Prettie Girls dolls.

Up first is Lena, a Prettie Girls Tween Scene doll by One World Doll Project, a joint project between Robert Tonner and Stacey McBride-Irby.

Lena is prettie because she is smart, according to her box. On the Prettie Girls Website her description is expanded - she loves math and enjoys reading and laughing aloud.

She is about 15" tall and plastic/vinyl.

She shares the body that Tonner's Maudlynn Macabre and LittleMissMatched use, with a different head sculpt. This means that she poses nicely and is capable of standing on her own. Hooray!

She came with a bag and an extra shirt.

Maudlynn and Lena hit it off as soon as they met.

They are already telling each other their secrets. I'm glad, Maudlynn has been a little sad since learning that her line wasn't being continued. Now she finally has a friend.

The other Prettie Girls doll I am sharing today is Kimani from the 12" fashion doll line.

I love how the colors in her outfit coordinate with Lena's. Kimani is a gorgeous doll, but she is a very awkward sitter.

It is a shame that the One World Doll Project ended so quickly, according to their outdated Website, they had two other doll lines in the works, including a baby doll line. Maybe someday they will continue the company.

For me, I am happy to have these two in my collection.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Olympic Fever (OK, just Doll Fever)

In honor of the 2018 Winter Olympics taking place in South Korea this month, I thought I would share some of the dolls I purchased during my two trips to South Korea.

You can see my previous Korea posts here, here, here, and here.

I would gladly visit again (and buy more dolls). 

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Pepper and Pete

I recently won Ideal's Pepper and Pos'n Pete in a doll club raffle. I wasn't sure of them, but they seem to fit in just fine. 

Here they are in the Liv Doll room. I think they may stay for a while.

Pepper, 1963.

Pos'n Pete, 1964.

Now, I guess I may need to add their big sister, Tammy, to the collection.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018


E is for Eegee/Goldberger's Honey Lamb

F is for Fujiya's Poko Chan

G is for George Harrison by Applause

H is for Horsman's Denton Baby

Baby Denton

This is a 1989 Baby Denton by Horsman.

She is 17" tall and vinyl. She has sleep eyes, drinks and wets, and is washable.

She is adorably dressed in a pink Dr. Denton sleeper.

It even has the drop panel.

She is one of the dolls I purchased, hoping that she would be my beloved childhood doll. She isn't quite right, but really, really close.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Dolly ABCs

One of the Facebook groups I belong to is doing the A,B,Cs in dolls. Here are some of the ones I have shared with them.

A is for Sweet April by Remco.

B is for Bella, the French doll company.

C is for the Cowardly Lion by Effenbee.

And D is for Ddung, from Korea.

I'm having a lot of fun with this thread.