There Was Pullip Elisabeth, Now There Is Pullip Carmilla
October 2014 get ready to meet Pullip Elisabeth’s twin named Pullip Carmilla!
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Did you know that Pullip Elisabeth was released in January 2010 and now just 4 years later Groove Inc is already redoing another vampire themed Pullip doll which looks almost identical??? I think someone’s running out of ideas over there . . . 😛
Things I love:
- Her name
- The crow accessory makes me laugh xD
- Lack of creativity . . . they should’ve just named this doll Pullip Elisabeth and put her as part of the Pullip Regeneration Series**
- That price, ouch! Is she limited or was she designed by some famous Gothic couture designer
- I hate to compare apples to peaches but I’m going to anyways. In 2010 Pullip Elisabeth was only priced at $100. Why is this version which is lacking in detail so EXPENSIVE?!?
Which vampire version of Pullip do you think is the best, the 2010 version or the latest 2014 version? Leave a comment below in the comment section!
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Release Date: October 2014
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**The Pullip Regeneration Series was a line that remade the most Popular Pullip dolls
Elisabeth wins hands down for me, she’s far more interesting. I do like Carmilla’s dress but that’s about it, if it had been sold as a fashion pack I would have grabbed it for my Elisabeth 🙂
I’m glad I’m not alone in thinking that 2014 hasn’t been the greatest of years for Groove. I haven’t bought one doll! None of them have spoken to me which is great for my bank account but I have missed not having one of these gorgeous dolls appear at my door.
I’d love it if they did re release Lilith but I can’t see that happening which is a pity as she was stunning.
It annoys me how they keep on showing prototypes on their facebook page which they have no intention of releasing, they are far more detailed and imaginative then anything I’ve seen recently.
Oh well I guess we shall have to wait and see if 2015 can entice me to part with money 😉
Yes, it is very annoying, irritating, and very frustrating to see these prototypes that will never make their way into the hands of fans and collectors.
I don’t know why they are doing it? Or why they are “sharing” this information with us now?
Especially when you consider how 2014 has been a Meh year for Pullip, to tease fans (over and over again) with dolls that could have been is kinda mean 🙁
I’m sure, like you, many fans are keeping their money in:
*Spending it someplace else that brings them joy and happiness or
*Hoping 2015 will bring brilliantly beautiful & unique Pullip dolls
Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment and sharing your thoughts and opinions on Pullip Carmilla 🙂
For me, this quote sums up what I feel 2014 has been for Pullip & family.
“More often than not, a lack of creativity is NOT a lack of ideas. It’s a lack of effort.”
Pullip Elisabeth is better. I mean just look at her dress and don’t even get me started on her beautiful wig (scratch that I’m starting on her wig).
Compared to Pullip Carmilla’s wig, Elisabeth could be a hair shampoo model with those gorgeous locks of hair.
Pullip Elisabeth draws you into her world while Pullip Carmilla has you running in the opposite direction.
Oh well, whether you call it a lack of creativity or effort, it all boils down to a lack of [insert your own word here]. As defined by Merriam-Webster: “Lack is to be deficient or missing” and that’s what we got here w/Pullip Carmilla and with some other 2014 released dolls.
Okay, I’m calling! 2014 is the year of the Lack!
There it’s settled! Let the Lack continue (unfortunately)
She was Prototype of Eli (please click link below)
so Groove recycled prototype of released model! lol
OMGosh! No way. Now that’s very interesting 🙂
Ooooh no, your joking . . . this is a shame to see that Groove is recycling a prototype doll =\
I’m sooOO surprised to see this.
It makes you wonder if Groove is having issues when it comes to designers and creativity.
Thanks so much for sharing the image 🙂
Now you got me curious as to if Groove will recycle the handsome Taeyang next to her.
Who appears to be Taeyang Nosferatu.
I wonder if they’ll just redo the whole 2010 vampire line all together (Dal Ende & Byul Lilith)
Haha now that would be really funny. xD
well they have done the same thing with alice in wonderland every year so would it be that mcuh fo a surprise?
it is of no contest, the 2010 pullip is best. she has so much detial and beauty, yes i hate her bright hair. but price wise, looks she is the better of the two
Yep Johanna, I agree with everything you stated regarding Carmilla. There is just no comparison.
I don’t know but this year for Pullip/Groove has been so odd.
I’m starting to miss the other family members.
Where is little Isul? (2 released in 2014)
What about Dal? (2 released in 2014)
Is Taeyang still Pullip’s boyfriend? Haven’t seen him around much (Only 1 released in 2014)
And last but not least poor Byul? ( Only 1 release in 2014)
With the amount of Pullip releases we’ve been seeing (an astonishing 21) I think Groove purposely wants us to forget about the rest of the members, which I find really disheartening 🙁
i have noticed that little trend myself. now with taeyang they never released him too much just because boys were not all that popular but he had more then he has this year. and isul.. im afriad they might be phasing him out, i’m not too sure.
and to tell the truth with byul she wasn’t very likable in my opinion anyway. but yes too many pullips in the entire collection, they need to be more balanced witht hier releases. some of them you could say are more of a group, liek the sailor moon girls so you can techniclly say they all count as one. technically. but where is tuxedo mask? he was a huge plot point int eh series.
it is a pity abotut he boys they, we saw so many pretty ones lately that its just where did they go?
to sum it all up.
tooo many color differences to same pullip.
too much money for so little.
and not enough boys.