Today's post will be a snowy photo review of the Monster High Freaky Fusion Operetta Doll from Monster High.
Freaky Fusion Operetta was my first Operetta doll and there's a funny story about this one.
One day she just showed up in the mail and I was surprised because I didn't remember ordering her! Turns out Pumpkin Pie (who was 5 at the time) ordered her off of Amazon from the iPad accidentally using the 1-click shopping button. Fun!
So we now have an Operetta in our collection. :)
Although I prefer to collect the signature version of each character, I do not have the signature Operetta. She is only found on the secondary market at this point and I'm not sure if I like her enough to pay the extra money just to have her. There are many other versions of Operreta that I prefer, so I may just get her outfit instead.
The photo on the back of this box is what the signature version of Operetta looks like in case you aren't familiar with this line.
This version of Operetta was created to coincide with the Monster High movie that was released in 2014 called Monster High: Freaky Fusion . It introduced a few new hybrid characters such as a skeleton moth , a ghost mermaid and a zombie unicorn as well as fusing some of the main characters together (Lagoonafire (Jinafire/Lagoona) and Dracubecca Draculaura/Robecca, etc.) It was a really cute movie and the girls and I really enjoyed it. A few of the characters end up just having "fashions inspired by the other ghouls", which is the case for Operetta. She is fused with Frankie's style.
Here's Operetta straight out of the box. She also comes with a stand and doll brush.
She retailed originally at around $14.99, but is currently on sale for $11.99 on Amazon.
Normally, I wouldn't put red, black, pink and purple in an outfit together, but it seems to work pretty well.
She has straight hair that was very soft and easy to brush. I also like the extra detail around the hem of her dress.
She has one of the prettiest Monster High faces, in my opinion. I love her tiny beauty mark and full lips.
Character-wise, Operetta is the daughter of The Phantom of the Opera. Her animated character is portrayed with a strong Southern American accent and is very sassy and strong-willed. Her signature style is reminescent of the 1940s (although later versions of her seem to channel the 50s), but her Freaky Fusion doll is much more modern. She has a very powerful singing voice that can debilitate anyone that hears it. Although she is a phantom, she always appears solid in form, unlike other "ghosts" such as Spectra or Sirena.
These photos were actually all taken last winter after we had [one of our many] snow storms. I never got around to sharing them then, so thought I would do so now!
Overall, this is a cute version of Operetta and a great doll for younger collectors due to her low-maintenance straight hair. I love her cute style and hope you enjoyed the review.
All reviews are 100% my opinion. This doll was purchased by me for my own collection.
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