Living Dead Dolls are for sale from Mezco Toyz. They are cute but creepy collectible dolls that have designs based on different horror characters. These sweetly twisted and irresistibly morbid figurines from creators Ed Long and Damien Glonek just keep us dying for more. Here we take a look at some of the best ones.
Sadie, Sin, Posey, Eggzorcist and Damien. Damien is the kid from the horror movie, The Omen.
School Time Sadie, Kitty, Deadbra Ann, Lizzie Borden and Lou Sapphire. Lizzie Borden was the woman who murdered her parents.
The Lost, Angus Litilrott, Faith, Grace. If these living dolls don’t scare you, then you’re already dead. The Lost also includes her favorite spooky plush ragdoll.
Elisa Day, Toxic Molly, Dawn, Blue and Purdy. Elisa Day was girl who was murdered by her boyfriend in the urban legend, The Wild Rose.
Maggot, Killbaby, Jubilee, Rain and Isaiah. Five new creepy characters that will stir collectors worldwide into a torch and pitchfork-wielding frenzy.
Chloe, Tessa, Frozen Charlotte, Cuddles and Ezekiel. Frozen Charlotte is from the urban legend about a girl who froze to death while out riding with her boyfriend.
Jacob, Morgana, Iris, Evangeline and Simone. Each doll represents a superstition and the horrific consequences. A black cat scratch, a broken mirror, seven years of bad luck, walking under a ladder and opening an umbrella indoors.
Living Dead Dolls Series 17 are all based on Urban Legends: The Hook, The Vanishing Hitchhiker, Bloody Mary, The Spider Bite and The Kidney Thieves.
Andras, Agrat Bat Mahlat, Beelzebub, Xezbeth and Yuki Onna. These Living Dead Dolls are all based on ghosts from folklore. Yuki-onna is the snow ghost from Japanese urban legends.
Edgar Allan Poe
The American author, Edgar Allan Poe’s final poem was Annabel Lee written in 1849 and published shortly after his death that same year. Some say it was written for his wife, some for a lover, and others say that it was the product of Poe’s gloomy imagination. Outfitted in period clothes, Poe and Lee are packaged complete with a raven and a book of poetry.
The Jason Voorhees Living Dead Doll design of is based on the film Friday The 13th Part III. He is fully posable and stands approximately 10-inches tall and includes removable mask, a machete and real cloth clothing.
Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Leatherface wears navy pants, an ivory shirt, cowboy boots and an apron and comes with a chainsaw.