|Bratzilla Illiana Honesty|
The Bratzilla line is closer to the standard Barbie-type fashion dolls than the older Bratz line dolls, having taller bodies and lacking the standard Bratz peg-shoes. These dolls also feature inset rather than painted eyes, and twelve points of articulation rather than five. Given those details, I was expecting a doll of noticeably higher quality than the main Bratz line. In reality, my impressions were mixed.
|In the Box|
|The Back of the Box.|
|The inner lining.|
|Out of the box (and supported by the window).|
Complaints aside, I do like the faux-gold earrings and the long black-with-gold-streaked hair appears to be decent quality and well-rooted.
Overall, while I'm less than thrilled with this doll and won't be picking up any other Bratzillas, I'm not disappointed with having added her to my collection. With a new outfit and a doll stand, I think the appeal of her positive features (in particular her eyes and hair) will outweigh the negatives.
|Compared to one of the older, shorter Bratz Boys|
|A parting glance.|