Also from Mattel are the new Kuu-Kuu Harajuku dolls. The only one in stock was Baby, seen below.
another post of Miss Emily's that Ever After High has been canceled. I can't say that I'm too sad about that; the dolls are cute but they lacked the originality that the Monster High crew possesses. Given the fact that I saw naught but a few older Monster High lines, I'm now wondering if their time is on the clock too.
Let's try to forget that nasty possibility and look at the rest of these dolls. Immediately below the Kuu-Kuu Harajuku dolls were these, the Shibajuku Girls. Looks like Japanese street fashion may end up being a big thing this fall. Anywho, here's the three that Dexter's Wal-Mart has. From left, they are Shizuka, Yoko, and Suki.
reviewed Namika (not pictured) and Yoko, Kewpie83 tackled Koe (also not pictured), and Creative Purple Heart reviewed a different version of Shizuka, so if y'all are curious about these then there's plenty of opinions out there.
Hasbro has apparently been having fun with the Disney Descendants. Check this gal out!
Lastly, there were some things that are new to me but not new to the toy world, as they've been around awhile. They're Calico Critters!
I did come away with a handful of items today...but y'all are going to have to wait until the next couple of posts to see them! They're nothing super-duper special, just cute crap that I wanted.