Last October, Mattel Creations dropped its first collection of Monster High Scullector dolls: high-end, collectible fashion dolls inspired by popular horror characters. That drop, which included dolls inspired by Pennywise from IT and the twins from The Shining, sold out almost instantly.
Now, the Skullector line is back with dolls that put a fashion-forward twist on two iconic Beetlejuice characters. This two-pack features a gender-bent take on the titular terror himself, complete with a version of the character’s iconic black-and-white-striped suit, a head of neon-green hair, and a spooktacular headpiece. The other doll is a more direct recreation of Lydia Deetz as she first appears in the movie, complete with her unusual bangs, a wide-brimmed hat, and her camera. Her black dress, however, is updated with a shiny, swirling pattern. The doll also comes with a tiny version of The Handbook for the Recently Deceased.
The pair comes in themed window packaging that recreates iconic elements of the movie, including the “here lies Betelgeuse” tombstone. The dolls both feature 11 points of articulation, too, for tons of posing action (if you decide to take them out of the box).
These dolls are limited-edition and are sure to sell out *scary* fast. The set will — appropriately — drop on this Friday, Aug. 13, at noon ET. The pack will cost $90 and will be available exclusively from Mattel Creations.