So if you don't KNOW that a doll has been modeled after a character from an anime because you don't recognize it, that makes it OK, but if God Forbid, someone makes a doll similiar to a character that you know and love, it's not? You've got to be kidding. Well then you'd be better off living your life in blissful ignorance wouldn't you?
When did I EVER say anything about having to have been in the doll fandom "long enough"? I've been in it for about a year, and I know about these things. Why? Because I read the forums. I visit the websites. I do my research when something like this comes along before I make biased, malformed opinions about them. For the record, the IOS Sebastian doll is NOT a limited doll, it's unknown how many they are going to make, and you're "OK" with that. Why? Because it "feels less wrong"? Don't make me laugh. Whether a doll is limited or not should not influence whether or not you are angry that a company is making money off of a doll that is modeled after a certain anime character. If you are so outraged by Ringdoll making a doll that looks Similiar to Grell, then yes, in order for your argument to be structurally sound, you SHOULD feel the need to speak up against every single other copy doll that has ever been sold, otherwise you're just being biased. If one bothers you, then all of them should. It may seem ridiculous to you, but it's the truth.