You should probably buy these "American Horror Story: Coven" dolls ASAP
As any diehard American Horror Story fan is well aware, you can never have too much AHS in your life. Whether it’s fan-theorizing ’til the cows come home, or collecting amazing, one-of-a-kind American Horror Story: Coven dolls, Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology series is just the gift that keeps on giving.
With the recent news that Coven will be revisited in a future season and Murphy’s reveal that the freakiest Roanoke antagonist of them all, Scathach, is actually the original Supreme, the third season of the series is certainly a hot commodity at the moment.
As far back as 2014, high-end fashion doll company Integrity Toys announced their intention to manufacture the Coven dolls and guess what?? They’re finally here! And they are flippin’ GORGEOUS.
Integrity announced on Tuesday that the dolls would at last be made available. According to Integrity’s site, each 1:6 ratio dolls stand about 12-inches high. The collection includes six different characters, and it’s a limited edition collection – the number of each dolls varies depending on the character (there are 900 Fiona Goodes, compared to only 700 Kyles. We still love you, Kyle!).
The dolls are all currently available for pre-order through the company’s authorized dealers, and the Marie Laveau doll is the first set for release, in December. We’re geeking out a little bit about how perfect these dolls are. Like, from the expression to the fashion to even the body language, these dolls are *so* on point.
Fiona Goode, as played by Jessica Lange
Myrtle Snow, as played by Frances Conroy
Marie Laveau, as played by Angela Bassett
Madison Montgomery, as played by Emma Roberts
Zoe Benson, as played by Taissa Farmiga
Kyle Spencer, as played by Evan Peters
There are six characters available – Fiona, Marie, Myrtle, Madison, Zoe, and Kyle. I’d be lying if I didn’t say I was just a ~tad~ flummoxed that Integrity decided on a Kyle Spencer doll in place of, say, a Misty Day or a Cordelia Foxx (both of whom were hugely popular characters), but these are still must-buys either way. I’d never look an AHS gift horse in the mouth.
According to the PopHub, the high-end dolls are priced at around $130 each (did we mention they’re high-end?). Pricey, but definitely worth it if you’re a doll collector or just your run-of-the-mill rabid AHS fan. Add these to your holiday shopping carts ASAP, before the limited editions run out!