Living Dead Dolls

Living Dead Dolls are ten inches tall, made of plastic, with fabric clothing, and come packed in coffin-shaped boxes with death certificates. Each doll has a different cause of death, which is usually described in doggerel verse on the certificate. While the dolls are occasionally inspired by real people such as Lizzie Borden, they are described explicitly as dolls, not representations of actual dead children, and are aimed at an adult audience aged upwards of 15 years.

The Living Dead Dolls are officially recognized as the world's longest continually running series of collectible horror themed dolls. They have spawned a board game, glassware, school supplies, plush toys, vinyl mini-figures, licensed Halloween costumes, and much more.

Originally hand made on a craft doll body, the dolls have evolved since joining forces with Mezco Toyz to become some of the most sought after mass-produced collectibles in the industry.

Updated: 2 September 2020

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Living Dead value and price guide

What's your Living Dead worth in 2021? Here are some recently sold items.

Item Title Date Price
original handmade living dead doll bad habbit w sound Original Handmade Living Dead Doll Bad Habbit W Sound 08/2021 $4 000.00
living dead doll schitzo resurrection vi variant series Living Dead Doll Schitzo Resurrection Vi Variant Series 09/2021 $900.00
living dead doll sheena resurrection variant series 3 Living Dead Doll Sheena Resurrection Variant Series 3 08/2021 $499.99
night of living dead action figure doll walking Night Of Living Dead Action Figure Doll Walking 08/2021 $395.00
mezco living dead dolls maggot 993043 sealed nib series Mezco Living Dead Dolls Maggot 993043 Sealed Nib Series 11/2021 $371.00
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