Premiere issue, "Movement" featuring the first articulated FR doll.
The Fashion Issue, featuring the latest independent designers, CED dolls, Trading Tiny Spaces. SOLD OUT
The Hollywood issue features Gene and an assortment of other dolls based on actresses and icons.
The "MEN" issue. Cover doll by Volks of Japan. Action figures and Mandolls. SOLD OUT
Special breakout issue created exclusively for the International Fashion Doll Convention. SOLD OUT
The Home issue includes Oo Bleu, Retroworks and lots of props and fun items for your collection. SOLD OUT
The Brides issue, featuring our exclusive "Sans Poesie" Vanessa giftset. SOLD OUT
The International issue, with R&D's Susie on the cover, features Volks, Pullips and momoko.
The POP issue introduced Mssr. Z dolls by Jason Wu. SOLD OUT
Grant A Wish 2005
Special breakout issue created exclusively for Grant A Wish event in Michigan. SOLD OUT
The Couture issue features the new Cissy collections, and the lost Gratitude Mannequins of France.
The Retro issue brought the return of Gene Marshall, CED, Barbie and independent European designers.
The Travel issue features our Volks exclusive, th first SD16 girl, Olivia Morgan, Kinetic Dolls and European designers, part 2.
Rock is filled with fun interpretations of the rock look, as well as the return of Somers & Field.
Volks Dolpa NYC
Special breakout issue featuring all things Volks, in honor of our first Dolpa in the US. SOLD OUT
Grant A Wish 2006
Susie stars as cover girl for our second Grant A Wish special breakout issue just for the event.
ICONS: A look at how we use dolls in our other interests in film, novels and pop culture. Cover girls are the "Desperate Housewives" from MADC.
In the Sci-Fi issue, we explore the realm of the unknown and our fascination with all things out of this world, including cover girl, Luna, by Tonner Doll Co.
A girl needs her accessories, even if she is made of out of plastic. We take a look at shoes, purses and hats, as well as Barbie's new Pivotal body.
Covergirl Evangeline Ghastly leads us into all things gothic. Includes Ellowyne pattern. SOLD OUT
Glamour is the theme for this issue, featuring cover girl Barbie, Dressmaker's Couture and Sybarites.
Hair there and everywhere! That's the theme for this issue, featuring cover girls from Volks, Inc.
Our Fifth Anniversary issue. Our biggest yet, we offered an exclusive from Numina, "Gray".
Dreamscapes TonnerCon 2008
Our very first all-digital issue sold on our USB bracelet. Includes exclusive Tyler pattern.
Barbie On The Runway 2008
Special breakout issue in digital format only for the 2008 BarbieCon.
Yin Yang. AvantGards, introduction of Vita, meet Zita Charles. SOLD OUT
The Vintage issue covers lots of your favorite classics, along with the ultimate diva, Barbie. SOLD OUT
Created for the Barbie Convention that year, this is sold out in print, but available as a digital download.
Ellowyne brings spring with lots of fun and colors. Gene retires and we add pops of color to doll decor.
The Wild features our JamieShow exclusive, "Deneuve", along with wild fashion style and Cami & Jon.
What will the future of doll collecting be? Our hybrid doll on the cover is our idea of what might be in store. Includes space age decor and out of this world fashion.
The Rarities issue explores some of the favorite and elusive items in the hobby along with event coverage and the debut of our Numina exclusive, Devon.
Barbie: Rock On!
Special convention issue all about your favorite pink princess!
Go indepth with Volks and come along with us as ten of the FDQ team head to the land of cherry blossoms. FDQ Exclusive Ami Ayase is our cover girl. SOLD OUT
The Fantasy issue features the elegant Antoinette on the cover, along with Andrew Yang's Kouklitas and Virgnie Ropars.
Romance is in the air! This issue features our exclusive Dollheart costume for SD17 male BJDs, GAW coverage and Volks Full Choice System.
Style: A Decade of Fashion Royalty, Wilde Style, Greg Nystrom's paperdolls, BarbieCon coverage and Couture Doll Challenge winners.
It's Ken's 50th birthday, so we celebrated with a special breakout issue for the convention!
The Crafts issue has lots of fun ideas and eye candy. Poppy Parker lounges in a store window in Australia, surrounded by gems.
Fairy Tales can come true. Wicked Style, OOAK Barbie dolls and JamieShow's latest sexy witches and wonders.
Celebrating the red, white and blue, we cover Herstory in History, and the story behind Horsman 's lovely Vita and friends.
Friends and rivals, Ellowyne and Amber grace our cover just in time for the EW event. Also includes Puddle 2012 and Volks Dolpa.
The Technology issue takes a look at new concepts in doll making, as well as the new offering from Tonner Toys, City Girls, and Caprice, Tressy and Monster High. SOLD OUT
The Music issue includes the many dolls from the world of rock, country and film. Also includes Batchix and DeMuse. SOLD OUT
Great ladies of literature, as well as Gene, Mary Magpie and Petra. Barbie sells her dream house and more. SOLD OUT
Our TENTH anniversary! We feature an exclusive look at Robert Tonner's Deja vu, Mimi, Vita, Somers & Field in resin and a look back at the decade. SOLD OUTZ
Mystery! See which of your favorite characters from classic mysteries are reinterpreted as dolls. This issue is also the debut of Kingdom Doll's latest, "Brighton".
In this issue, we take a look at architecture, albeit in a small scale. Winners of our diorama contest, PidginDoll paperdoll and the return of Madra.
In this issue, we cover our favorite holidays and how we use our dolls to celebrate. Also includes a special feature on Tonner's Carmen doll, stylish stewardesses, chic carry cases and more.
It's all about Family in this issue, and what better family to feature than that of Volks, Inc, the Shigetas? Also includes momoko and ruruko, The Littlechaps and Barbie and her family.
Innovation: The ever changing world of dolls grow and change. SOLD OUT
Elegance, the ultimate trait in today's modern fashion doll. SOLD OUT
The Photography issue is filled with tips and tricks, along with the newest face of Kingdom Doll.
Magic! Take a look at new offerings from Tonner, Horsman, Severine and more.
DIGITAL ONLY.Ships in December as a download.