1987 dolls

Identifying dolls and accessories: 1986-1987 | 2012-2015

Dolls: 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015

Fashions: 1986 | 1987 | 1988

Playsets: 1986-1988 | 2013-2014

Extras: 1986-1987

Packaging: 1986-1988 | 2012-2015

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1987 was the second year of the Jem doll line, and more than the double amount of dolls were released, as second editions and 6 new characters, three of which had metallic strands in their hair.

Jem got a new smiling face mold. Both bands got a new member. The Holograms got new fashions that more or less resembled the first editions in shape, and they got headbands and earrings. The Pizzazz, Roxy, and Stormer dolls were released again, mainly the same as in 1986. Many friends that had previously been seen in the cartoon, were introduced as dolls.

This year the shape of the dollboxes changed, and the instruments of the Misfits and the Holograms were translucent with glitter inside, a new shape of bracelets was introduced, the pumps got a slightly different design, and boots were introduced. The stands became more translucent and more elastic so they were easier to put togheter and pull apart. On the cassette tapes, the instrumental versions were now actual instrumental versions, without an extra instrument playing in place of the singing. As for the Misfits, the only accessories pictured on this page are those items that differ noticably from the first edition.

Also in 1987, Hasbro turned three out of twelve younger characters called the Starlight girls, into 11 inch dolls. Their shorter bodysculpt was alot less poseable and different to the adult sized body.

All three dolls were based on the cartoon characters created by the main writer of the cartoon, Christy Marx. And at the same time, these characters got a bigger role in the cartoon, starting with the episode "The Music Awards Part 1", and they even sang in the two-parter episode "The Jem Jam", and later had their own episode "Treasure Hunt".

Unfortunately it was the last year before the Jem doll line was cancelled, and this was probably an attempt by Hasbro to release dolls that looked more like natural with regular hairstyles and outfits, so that girls could identify with them, rather than outrageous rockstars with punk hair colors.

Perhaps for the same reason, Hasbro didn't add any personal characteristics to the boxes of these three dolls, like a background story or specific accessories. These were also the only dolls that didn't include a single accessory (like a mike, instrument, boombox, camera) other than their clothing pieces, hairpick (with a more apparent embossed logo) and stand. Neither a cassette tape was included, which meant a lower price.

On the other hand, although the fashions this year no longer had artwork on the boxes, these three dolls got artwork atleast on the back of the box. The artwork on the back of the boxes, for some reason, features a picture of Starlight House, instead of Starlight Mansion.

  • 4001 [picture by Rudy]
    "It's Awards' Night and JEM have gone gold! She has glittering gold strands in her hair and glamorous, multipiece fashion outfit for her nights out with Rio!".

    Jem gets a golden make-over, and Hasbro made sure the theme was consistant all the way from her hair, down to her glittery stand. Another big update with this doll was the extra poseability of her body, with extra joints that allowed her elbows and knees to be bent also sideways. You can really tell how much effort Hasbro put into this doll, and how they offered a big challenge to Barbie.

    As usual Jem has pink and blonde hair, to change into Jerrica but now even with golden strands. Also the makeup and just about every piece of the outfit and all accessories followed the glittery golden theme. Infact the bodysuit is such a beautiful and detailed piece. She came with an extra outfit for Jerrica, and even a "gold-record" which was a fun touch.

    The earrings were now star shaped, which are actually extra pieces of plastic placed over the regular bulbs, and like the first edition, they were battery operated and blink when you turn on a switch on her back. 3 Jemstar Points. Notice how the chair from the playset Rock Backstager is featured in the box artwork. A variation to the eyebrows, are fuzzy dark or clear bright. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Hairbow: White lace with golden thread in shape of flowers, that ties into a hairbow on top of Jem's hair.

    Cape: White furlike (white satin on other side) with ruffled golden lamé fabric around it (for Jem). To be worn over the shoulders and underneath the arms.

    Bodysuit: White with a white lace over with golden thread in shape of flowers, golden collar with zigzag white pearl necklace sewn on. Velcro closure in back. The top layer lace fabric, has shown up on cheaper doll lines aswell, also the exact same pattern in red.

    Skirt: Golden lamé sarong-like piece with ribbon in top front. Velcro closure underneath the ribbon (for Jem).

    Tights: Stretchy white with golden threads in a zigzag pattern.

    2 bracelets: Golden chromed plastic in a zigzag shape (for Jem).

    Shoes: Golden chromed plastic pumps (for Jem).

    Microphone: Golden chromed plastic (for Jem).

    "Suede" skirt: White velveteen with elastic waist and something if a wide slit in front (for Jerrica).

    Sunglasses: Golden chromed plastic (for Jerrica).

    Sandals: White plastic. The only doll that came with this shape (for Jerrica), although several fashions came with them in different colors.

    Cardboard goldrecord: Says "Music Is Magic, Jem 1987".

    Hairpick: Iridescent white with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval transparent plastic base with golden glitter, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with golden sticker and black text on side A, and white sticker with golden text on side B. The song "Depends On The Mood I'm In", had a longer title in the Jem cartoon, "It Depends On The Mood I'm In".
    Songs:
    "Glitter 'N Gold Theme Song" - Jem and the Holograms
    "Depends On The Mood I'm In" - Jem and the Holograms
    "Love Is Here" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster: With first edition back.


    International:
    France: The doll was called "Rock 'n Gold Jem". Back of box.
    Belgium: The doll was called "Rock 'n Gold Jem".
    Holland
    Sweden

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Glitter And Gold", an entire episode made to introduced this new look, written by Christy Marx. The cartoon version doesn't have golden strands in her hair. The doll has the blonde hair visible even when she is Jem. Jem has a special golden eye makeup (but sometimes the purple instead) only for this outfit, even if it doesn't directly resemble the doll, it's either bright yellow or darker yellow depending on the episode. The top/bodysuit has stripes in the cartoon and more like a flower pattern on the doll. The golden glasses, nor hairbow are ever seen in the cartoon, and the bracelets look very different. On another note, none of the Holograms, who all have their version of this outfit in the cartoon, were released with that outfit for the doll line.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4016
    "JEM thinks Rio's the coolest in his Glitter 'N Gold tux and sunglasses! And he has an extra surprise for his favorite star, a long stem rose!".

    Rio has a new golden style that corresponds with Jem, aswell as a rose for Jem. But isn't he Jerrica's boyfriend? The last male doll released in the line, and the doll itself only differed from the first edition by having slightly darker and often shorter purple hair.

    Although the hair is quite purple if you see it in reality, I wonder why they made such a big change in haircolor to this doll only. Perhaps to differentiate him from the colorful female dolls, since he wasn't a rockstar after all. Although this doll was part of the Glitter 'n Gold campaign, and had some nice golden accessories, it still appeared as something of a budget doll, especially with the dickie which wasn't an entire piece of clothing.

    Today it sells for alot less than all other dolls of the line, you can probably find it as low as 15$. But regardless of that, this is one of my favorite dolls and looks, with songs on the cassette which I played so much back then that I ruined the tape.

    For some reason alot of these dolls get a greasy face after all these years, even if they have remained in their boxes. Some dolls have a noticably more pale skintone, like the Belgian release did. 3 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Satin dickie: White satin dickie with sewn on vertical crease on front, white velveteen collar and golden lamé bowtie. The front of the shirt is all there is to it this piece which is gives it a cheaper feel.

    Tuxedo jacket: Golden lamé with four white pearl decorative buttons on front, white velveteen lapels. Velcro closure.

    Pants: White velveteen with golden waist, and a vertical golden lamé strand along each outer side of the legs. Velcro closure in front.

    Rose: Metal stalk covered with thin green paper, and fabric-based pink rose with two white leaves right at the top next to the flower. For Jem.

    Hairpick: Iridescent white but more golden than Jem's white one. Rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Sunglasses: Golden chromed plastic. Very different shape and slightly smaller than the ones that came with Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica.

    Sneaker shoes: Rubbery white sneakers. Same shape as the 1986 Rio doll. The 1988 Hasbro Maxie doll Rob, first edition, came with the same shoes.

    Stand: Oval transparent plastic base with golden glitter, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll. Like the first year Rio, the legholder is wider and shorter to fit his leg.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with golden sticker and black text on side A, and white sticker and golden text on side B.
    Songs:
    "Glitter 'N Gold Theme Song" - Jem and the Holograms
    "People Who Care" - Jem and the Holograms
    "Puttin' It All Togheter" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster with first edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    Jem and Friends Dream Tour Souvenir Program.

    International:
    France: The doll was called "Rock 'n Gold Rio".
    Belgium: The doll was called "Rock 'n Gold Rio". Most, if not all of the dolls made and released here had a more pale skintone.
    Holland
    Sweden

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Glitter And Gold", written by Christy Marx. Fits a bit better with the cartoon look, which often looked a bit darker than the 1986 Rio doll. Has no golden glasses in the cartoon. Introduced in the episode "Glitter And Gold".

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4002
    "JEM's newest fashion hairstyle - it's extra long, silky and all curls!".

    Jem gets extra long hair to style. This was something of a budget doll, it didn't come with a cassette and it was the first and only doll of the character Jem that didn't have blinking earrings, an extra outfit for Jerrica, nor a stand, yet it did have blonde and pink hair. I'm surprised it even came with a microphone.

    It looks like Hasbro's idea worked and this sold very well, according to how often you can find them loose, but with bad condition hair unfortunately. For some reason this outfit appeared in the cartoon with eye makeup that resembled Flash 'n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica whose fashion was not featured in the cartoon. Maybe I'm biased for seeing it in the cartoon, but I prefer this alot to the Flash 'n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica outfit, this looks like a nice new modern style for Jem at the time, and it was nice to have atleast one Jem doll with very long hair which was a smart move to weigh up the lack of accessories. It added something to advertise as an update. 2 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    2 earrings: Dark pink hoops. Same shape but different color from Raya.

    Pink hairtie: Stretchy lace, diagonally cut at ends. Same fabric as attached on the dress. Loose ones are often found stretched out. These same fabric and shape of hairtie also came with Hasbro's doll line Maxie, but in lighter pink, purple and blue. And they were also to come with the unreleased 1988 Jem Matching Medley fashion sets in three colors.

    Purple hairtie: Stretchy lace, diagonally cut at ends. Same fabric as the pink one. Loose ones are often found stretched out. These same fabric and shape of hairtie also came with Hasbro's doll line Maxie, but in lighter pink, purple and blue. And they were also to come with the unreleased 1988 Jem Matching Medley fashion sets in three colors.

    Dress: Purple stretchy mini-dress with only one shoulder (left) and tiny metallic silver dots all over, with pink bowtie in front of the left shoulder aswell as right side of waist, and ruffled stretchy silver lamé fabric at bottom. Velcro closure in back, opens halfway. The dress is so short it's slightly difficult to pull down keep in place.

    Tights: Stretchy pink with zigzag silver threads, and elastic waist. Very similar to Clash', but slightly brighter.

    2 bracelets: Dark pink zigzag-shaped. Same shape as Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica and Clash but different color.

    Shoes: Dark pink pumps. 1987 doll Aja came with similar colored shoes. 1987 doll Clash came with similar colored shoes. 1987 On Stage fashion There's A Melody Playing came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Flip Side fashion Putting It All Together came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Smashin' fashion You Can't Catch Me came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Glitter 'n Gold fashion Gold Rush came with similar colored shoes.

    Microphone: Light pink miniature pretend mike, with white top.

    Hairpick: Light pink with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Poster: Folded, with first edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    International:
    France: the doll was called "Rock 'n Roll Jem", the doll box said "Elle rocke... elle choque!" and all the writing is in French. Back of box.
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Glitter And Gold". The doll has the blonde hair visible even when she is Jem. In the cartoon Jem does get a new hairstyle with this outfit, a curlier one, but it's not as long as on the doll. This doll's makeup never appeared in the cartoon. This outfit was worn with dark purple eyemakeup in the cartoon, rather than pink and lightblue. Not even the eyebrow color nor lips match. The silver dots on the dress are not present in the cartoon version. The earrings are the regular star earrings in the cartoon (of course). The bracelets and purple hairbow are not there in the cartoon. And the shoes are not pink, but purple in the cartoon.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4003 [picture by gljacobsct]
    "JEM/Jerrica sizzles on stage and off with a totally new look that's truly outrageous!".

    Now Jem was back to business again with flashing earrings, an extra outfit for Jerrica, and a cassette tape. Like all Jem dolls she has pink and blonde hair. Infact she appears to have more pink hair than ever. Even so this doll wasn't a big step back to quality compared to the glamorous Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica doll.

    Apparently this doll was originally supposed to come with sandals, and even the back of the doll box depicts a doll with apparently painted on pumps over sandals. Perhaps this is the doll to go with the second year Holograms, considering this was not featured in the cartoon and the Holograms had other corresponding fashions for Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica. This doll is not a favorite of mine to appear in the new commemorative line or anywhere else, I'd prefer the fashion Command Performance or the purple version from the cartoon. Marked "C 1985 Hasbro Inc China". 3 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Hairbow: Iridescent white lace (for Jem).

    Dress: Stretchy hot pink with elastic vertical ruffle from top to bottom, iridescant white lace (same as hairbow) on front side of top aswell as light blue straps with iridescant thread to tie around the neck, stretchy light blue sewn on skirt cut in a zigzag pattern at the bottom and with a iridescant white lace (same fabric as hairbow) in the same shape over it (for Jem). Has no opening on back, but is stretchy enough. Often compared to the 1986 On Stage fashion Command Performance, which has a similar design.

    Tights: Stretchy white with zigzag silver threads, and elastic waist.

    Bracelet: Yellow with a white "gemstone" (for Jem). Matches the shoes. Only this doll and the original Jem/Jerrica came with this shape of bracelet, but the original Jem/Jerrica doll was differently colored.

    Shoes: Neon yellow plastic pumps (for Jem). Matches the color of the bracelet. Practically identical to Raya's shoes.

    Microphone: Red or dark orange plastic with silver metallic top (for Jem).

    Tunic: Stretchy yellow with hood and folded sleeves and a slit on right bottom, with a splash of red color prints all over (for Jerrica).

    Sunglasses: Transparent pink plastic (for Jerrica).
    - 1987 doll Flash 'n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica included similar colored sunglasses in the same shape. 1987 Flip Side fashion "Putting It All Together" included similar colored sunglasses in the same shape. 1987 Flip Side fashion "Broadway Magic" included similar colored sunglasses in the same shape. 1987 Flip Side fashion "She Makes An Impression" included similar colored sunglasses in the same shape. Same shape as Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica but different color.

    Shoes: Rubbery pink/orange boots (for Jerrica).

    Hairpick: Dark pink comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with white sticker and pink text. The song "Time Is Running Out", had a slightly different title in the cartoon, "Time Is Runnin' Out".
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Time Is Running Out" - Jem and the Holograms
    "Set Your Sails" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster.

    Insert: Instructions.


    International:
    France: the doll was called "Rock 'n Flash Jem". Back of box.
    Belgium: The doll was called "Rock 'n Flash Jem".
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: The eye shadow colors of this doll seem to have inspired the change from episode "Glitter and Gold". The outfit was never seen in the cartoon, although it resembles a fashion (purple) which did appear, which was actually released as an On Stage fashion "Command Performance" (turquoise) in a different color though.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4202/4005 Asst.
    "They're the musical force behind JEM and the only people who know her true identity! Kimber, Aja and Shana are the original Holograms with the hottest sound around!".

    Kimber gets an alternate and more colorful version of her original outfit and instrument, aswell as a headband and earrings. In my opinion this is the only one of the three second edition Holograms dolls that was upgraded, perhaps not in a better look, but with a higher quality look in the choice of fabrics and accessories. I like her new jacket with those lapels, and finally she got a glittery instrument compared to having the only instrument in the first year that didn't have a glittery nor holographic sticker. Still they didn't change the "M" at the top which refers to Jem's original name.

    Another nice fix was that all second year Kimber's seem to have been made in the same style, as opposed to the first year version where some of them had another style of the hair with bangs that would point right up, and darker pink makeup that made her look a little meaner.

    She shares the same makeup as the first release. She has the same facemold as the first edition, which she shares with Roxy, and Video.

    Unlike the second edition Misfits, she even got new songs on the cassette. The best way to tell her apart from the first edition is by the earring holes. 3 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Headband: Stretchy aqua lace with bowtie or butterlfy pattern.

    Jacket: Purple with wooden pattern, plastic-like irridescant purple lapels and ruffled white lace fabric sticking out like a blouse from inside the lapels and at the ends of the sleeves. One metal button closure. Lapels are made by same fabric as Video's jacket. The pattern can vary somewhat depending on how the fabric is cut.

    Pants: Green wrinkled satin with sewn on pink velvelteen waist. Velcro closure in back.

    Earrings: Yellow hoops with triangles pointing upwards. The only doll to come with earrings in this shape.

    Shoes: Pink/red plastic pumps. 1987 Glitter 'n Gold fashion "Fire & Ice" came with similar colored shoes.

    Keyboard: Translucent dark pink plastic with white and purple keys and tuning knobs. With a silver strap for the doll to hold it.

    Hairpick: Violet comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with white sticker and pink text. The song "Can't Get My Love", had a longer title in the cartoon, "Can't Get My Love Togheter".
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Can't Get My Love" - Jem and the Holograms
    "Love's Not Easy" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster with first edition back.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Outfit doesn't appear.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4201/4005 Asst.
    "They're the musical force behind JEM and the only people who know her true identity! Kimber, Aja and Shana are the original Holograms with the hottest sound around!".

    Aja gets an alternate and more colorful version of her original outfit and instrument, aswell has a headband and earrings. She's got the same makeup as the first year doll, but with slightly more red lips rather than orange.

    This felt like the simplest re-design with the same shape of shirt in a very similar color, a much simpler belt that is just a piece of fabric cut, the skirt has no slit, and a simple stretchy one-colored fabric for the tights. But I kinda like it anyway, especially the yellow additions which compliments her haircolor, and the entire look makes me think of easter eggs. And she gets her own star earrings, but green ones, that don't flash (oh never mind). And the hair actually looks better when tied in a headband like that, because it disguises the fact that her her is so flat.

    Unlike the second edition Misfits, she got new songs on the cassette. She has the same facemold as the first edition. The best way to tell her apart from the first edition is by the earring holes. 3 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Headband: Stretchy yellow lace, diagonally cut at ends. Same kind of fabric as on Rock 'n Curl Jem but different pattern with what looks like bowties or butterflies. Matches her tights. Loose ones are often found stretched out.

    Shirt: dark pink lamé fabric with semi-long sleeves. Same shape and same kind of fabric as first edition but more pink, and doesn't have a white velcro closure divided in two but only one in pink. Back opens halfway.

    Belt: Stretchy lime green, straight cut, with velcro closure in the ends.

    Miniskirt: Black with small multicolored metallic dots. Velcro closure in back. Same fabric is used on the 1987 Smashin' fashion "There Ain't Nobody Better".

    Tights: Stretchy yellow with elastic waist. Yellow tights also came with: 1986 Smashin' fashion "Outta My Way", 1986/1987 Smashin' fashion "Just Misbehavin'", 1986/1987 Smashin' fashion "Let The Music Play", 1987 Smashin' fashion "We're Off and Running", 1987 Smashin' fashion "Designing Woman".

    Earrings: Small green plastic hoops with a star underneath. Only doll that comes with this shape of earrings. Color matches her belt.

    Shoes: Dark pink plastic pumps. 1987 doll Clash came with similar colored shoes. 1987 doll Rock 'n Curl Jem came with similar colored shoes. 1987 On Stage fashion There's A Melody Playing came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Flip Side fashion Putting It All Together came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Smashin' fashion You Can't Catch Me came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Glitter 'n Gold fashion Gold Rush came with similar colored shoes.

    Guitar: Translucent aqua plastic with silver glitter inside and black and white print on it with details such as strings and tuning knobs. With a silver strap for the doll to hold it.

    Hairpick: Yellow comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with white sticker and pink text. The song "Something Is Missing" had a longer title in the cartoon, "Something Is Missing In My Life". So did "Share A Little Bit", "Share A Little Bit Of Yourself".
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Something Is Missing" - Jem and the Holograms
    "Share A Little Bit" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster with first edition back.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Outfit doesn't appear.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4203/4005 Asst.
    "They're the musical force behind JEM and the only people who know her true identity! Kimber, Aja and Shana are the original Holograms with the hottest sound around!".

    Shana gets an alternate and more colorful version of her original outfit and instrument, aswell has a headband and earrings. Her previous outfit may have been alot more shiny with an entire silver jacket and shiny fabric for her dress, but many Jem collectors prefer this, because it's one of the rarest of all Jem dolls, but also because it accidentally resembles a look Shana had in the cartoon. And personally I like that they actually gave her a completely new outfit even in shape, except they kinda kept the jacket shape.

    Possibly the eyebrows can be differentiated aswell by being slightly more soft. Unlike the second edition Misfits, she even got new songs on the cassette. Now she has a jumpsuit instead of a minidress. She has the same facemold as the first edition, which she shares with Stormer and Synergy.

    The best way to tell her apart from the first edition is by the earring holes. Marked "C 1985 Hasbro Inc China". 3 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Headpiece: Stretchy hot pink lace with bowtie or butterlfy pattern. Different pattern and slightly brighter than on Rock 'n Curl Jem.

    Jacket: Blue satin. Frays easily. Same shape as first edition, but without sewn on details on shoulders. Some of these dolls apparently came with purple jackets, which does not seem to be because of faded colors.

    Jumpsuit: Green lamé top sewn togheter with stretchy dark pink pants. Long white velcro closure in the back.

    Earrings: Orange plastic double hoops in shape of an 8. The only doll that came with earrings in this shape.

    Pumps: Yellow plastic pumps.

    Guitar: Translucent purple plastic with silver glitter inside and black and white print on it with details such as strings and tuning knobs. With a silver strap for the doll to hold it.

    Hairpick: Neon yellow comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides. Color does not match the shoes. Very slightly more green or darker than Raya's hairpick.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with white sticker and pink text. The song "It All Depends On The Mood" was already released on the cassette of Flash 'n Sizzle Jem doll, with a slightly different title, "All Depends On The Mood I'm In", and also had a slightly different title in the Jem cartoon, "It Depends On The Mood I'm In".
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Broadway Magic" - Jem and the Holograms
    "It All Depends On The Mood" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster with first edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    Dream Tour cassette offer.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Oppositely to the other second year Holograms outfits, an outfit that does resemble this one very much appears in the cartoon. The only differences are that the jacket is green instead of blue and has purple kapels and pockets, the top is yellow instead of green, and she has no earrings or hairbow. By now, the new member, Raya, had joined the Holograms on drums, so the fact that Shana comes with a guitar actually corresponds with the cartoon.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4210
    "Meet the rest of JEM's outrageous band! Raya on drums is the Holograms' newest and hottest on stage performer!".

    A new member has joined the Holograms, the shy but talented drummer with Mexican heritage, Raya. This doll actually comes with drums, unlike Shana who played drums before Raya took over. She has slightly curly hair in a darker pink than Jem and with no blonde hair, aswell as a slightly darker skintone.

    Very nice to have another skintone added to the line. I like how they choose a different shade of pink rather than just going with a more expected and completely unused color in the line like orange or green. Perhaps her clothing is a bit overthought and has alot going on at once, but looking back on it it looks very 80's, and that's a good thing.

    She shares facemold with Pizzazz. One of the rarest Jem dolls, even a bit rare loose. 3 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Shirt: Elastic white with floral pattern in pink/green/orange/violet, with halflong and folded sleeves, and a turquoise lamé bowtie. Velcro closure in the back, which opens up all the way.

    Jacket: Dark pink lamé vest with turquoise lamé at the "sleeves" and bottom, and glittery dark pink lapels (in the same fabric as Danse's pants).

    Miniskirt: Turquoise lamé fabric with a slit in the front. Velcro closure in the back.

    Belt: Glittery golden with dark pink lamé belt buckle. Velcro closure. These tend to be a bit sticky with some kind of glue coming off.

    Tights: Strethcy white with floral pattern in pink/green/orange/violet, same shapes as on the shirt but slightly paler color because of the different material of fabric. Elastic waist.

    Earrings: Golden plastic chromed hoops. Same shape but different color than Rock 'n Curl Jem.

    Shoes: Neon yellow plastic pumps. Quite close match to the hairpick. Practically identical to Flash 'n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica's shoes.

    Drums: Pink hexagon-shaped drums with yellow stickers, and a pole that also attaches to this dolls' special stand.

    2 drumsticks: Pink plastic.

    Hairpick: Neon yellow comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides. Quite close match to the shoes.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll. Raya's base is extra long and With a hole for the drums.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with white sticker and pink text.
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Love Unites Us" - Jem and the Holograms
    "There's A Melody Playin'" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster with first edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Talent Search Part 1". Outfit has a very matching color, but she gets more of an updo and bangs in the cartoon rather than combed back hair with curls. The makeup has no resemblance other than the eyecolor, and the shape of eyes look kinda matching aswell. In the cartoon she has only pink eyeshadow and darker pink lipsticks. Unlike the other second year Holograms, this outfit is featured in the cartoon. Only pink flowers on the shirt and tights in the cartoon. And everything that is turquoise on the doll, is lightblue in the cartoon. Her vest is not shiny or glittery in the cartoon. The belt is pointing in the other direction and has no pink belt buckle in the cartoon. Drums match the shape which is close enough, but otherwise the coloring is quite different and she has more of a drumset in the cartoon.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4020
    "Synergy's super holographic computer has the power to transform Jerrica into the truly outrageous JEM!".

    Jerrica's holographic computer in human shape. She has an all violet body, slightly curly purple hair with metallic purple strands. Was introduced at the same time as Clash, and appeared in the same doll commercial.

    What an amazing doll and especially for the 80's. I bet many toycompanies were surprised by this, and it looks like this inspired Mattel's Spectra line. I bet I would have wanted this if I knew it existed back then. How clever of Hasbro to make this character into a doll, especially if they didn't plan to originally, considering her design differs alot from the cartoon. There's no doubt who she is supposed to depict from the cartoon though, although Hasbro's doll version is a bit more human looking and has a different fashion.

    Not sure what the handheld computer was meant for, but apparently Hasbro wanted to include something computer-like, or to just not leave the doll without an accessory. It does look like a bit like an instrument though. Perhaps a handheld version of Synergy is something inbetween the large computer and the earrings, which fits perfectly in with today's Ipads. I say bring it into the new interpretation stories of Jem!

    She shares facemold with Shana and Stormer. A common problem is that the doll bodies get miscolored by time, when the rubbery purple legs and arms appear uneven in color. 2 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Headband: Pink lamé fabric with a golden elastic band in the back.

    Bodysuit: Stretchy black with prints of pink/lightblue/green lines and other shapes, lamé fabrics shoulders in pink and turquoise, and black collar. Velcro closure in back.

    2 armbands: Black with silver glittery thread, with pink lamé fabric on left one, and turquoise on right one, both with a slit on top in the back.

    2 socks: Black with silver glittery thread, with pink lamé fabrics on top of left one and turquoise on right one, both with a slit on top on the back side.

    Shoes: Dark pink rubbery boots.

    Computer: Miniature light blue pretend computer with a sticker of Jem, piano keys, and a thin golden strap.

    Hairpick: Dark pink comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent purple plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll. Also the 1986 Rio was released with a purple stand but with another size of legholder.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with purple sticker and black text. The sticker on the cassette is purple on side A, with black text.
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Friend Or Stranger" - Jem and the Holograms
    "We Can Change It" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster: with second edition back.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". The doll has metallic purple strands in her hair, which the cartoon version doesn't. In the cartoon the scleras and pupils of her eyes aren't visible as on the doll, since the eyes are completely purple. And she has no make-up in the cartoon. Outfit is similar shape and colors, but looks very different. A handheld computer doesn't appear in the cartoon, since Jerrica's got the earrings as a mobile alternative.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon Synergy's holograms.


  • 4208
    "Danse choreographs the Holograms' outrageous stage performances!".

    Danse, who is of Yugoslavian heritage, is a friend and as the name reveals, a dancer, who participates in some of the Holograms' performances and music videos. She is the only doll of the line that has more colors than one in her hair, atleast in a noticable way as they are clearly separated. Her rainbow-colored hair consists of pink, turquoise, yellow and orange hair. Even her eyemakeup is quite colorful. She shares facemold with Clash and Jetta. Her cassette tape fittingly consists of songs from episodes she appeared in, one of which is about her.

    She was going to be re-released in 1988. A 1986-87 "My Little Pony" fashion in the "Play 'n Wear" line called "Get Into The Groove" included a boom box in the same shape but green. 3 Jemstar Points. Back of box.

    Contents:
    Top: Ribbed orange fabric, tank top almost, but which closes with velcro closure behind the neck aswell as behind the lower back.

    Jacket: Turquoise lamé with five little silver metallic stars printed in a V-shape on each side of the top of the chest and a a silver strap above, light violet lamé collar and end of sleeves, and violet fringes at the bottom.

    Belt: Stretchy golden metallic that ties around the waist. 1987 Music Is Magic fashion "Rhythm & Flash" came with a similar belt.

    Pants: Glittery dark pink with velcro closure in back. Appears to be the same as for the 1987 Smashin' fashion Desinging Woman.

    Hairtie: Orange lace that ties into the hair. 1987 Smashin' fashion Designing Woman came with a very similar scarf.

    Shoes: Translucent orange pumps.

    Boom box: Glittery miniature orange plastic with moveable handle, golden chromed stickers for the speakers and thin golden strap.

    Hairpick: Dark pink comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with white sticker and pink text. The song "Running Like The Wind" has a slightly different title in the cartoon, "Runnin' Like The Wind". The song "When It's Only Me", had a longer title in the cartoon, "When It's Only Me And The Music".
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Running Like The Wind" - Jem and the Holograms
    "When It's Only Me" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster: With second edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Music Awards Part 1". Hair has same colors as in the cartoon, and placed very similarly. Slightly more blue eyes in the cartoon rather than turquoise, and only pink eye makeup rather than yellow/orange/turquoise, and smaller and black eyebrows. Lips were eventually changed from red to pink in the cartoon though. Outfit is introduced in the episode "The Music Awards Part 2". The top and shoes are both orange on the doll, and the top is white and shoes purple in the cartoon. She was also sometimes seen with a cape for this outfit in the cartoon which isn't included with the doll.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.


  • 4209 [picture by gljacobsct]
    "Video produces their award-winning rock videos!".

    A good friend of Jem and the Holograms who is called "Video" because of her passion for her job as a video director, in which she makes documentaries aswell as music videos for Jem and the Holograms. She has slightly curly hair which isn't blonde, but actually yellow.

    Perhaps one of the more common looking dolls of the line, with her yellow hair that can be confused for blonde, but her outfit looks quite sparkling and she brings the chance for this doll line to have a character who films the music videos for the musicians with her video camera. And she fits perfectly with the theme of the Video Madness playsets taht were released this same year.

    She shares facemold with Kimber and Roxy. Like Kimber and Stormer, she has a mouche on her cheek. Notice how the jacket has a "V" as in Video. Her stock number is higher than Danse's although she appeared in the cartoon many episodes before Danse. 3 Jemstar Points. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Hairbow: Hot pink lace bow with a piece of silver fishnet, with an elastic yellow band.

    Jacket: Plastic-like irridescant purple with blue brodery framing, and a velveteen turquoise lapel on the left side with a dark pink glittery "V" as in "Video", velveteen turquoise ends of sleeves also with blue brodery. The second edition Kimber doll has labels on her jacket made of the same material and color. The V on the jacket lapel, can either be sewn on or just put on as a sticker.

    Belt: Braided metallic silver straps with a pink transparent belt buckle cut as a triangle with zigzag cut all around. Velcro closure in the ends.

    Pants: Yellow with vertical silver lines on front of the legs from top to bottom. Velcro closure in back.

    Video camera: Turquoise with light pink body and handle, and a thin golden strap. The 1987 Video Madness playset Welcome To The Jungle came with a video camera in the same shape, but different colors.

    Shoes: Pink translucent pumps.

    Hairpick: Light pink with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: White plastic real working music cassette tape, with white sticker and pink text. The song "Come On In" had a longer title in the Jem cartoon, "Come On In, The Water's Fine".
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Come On In" - Jem and the Holograms
    "She Makes An Impression" - Jem and the Holograms

    Poster.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Starbright Part One 'Falling Star'". Although she was actually re-designed later to look more like the doll. At first her hair in the cartoon, it wasn't very curly. But from the episode "The Music Awards Part 1" it was changed to resemble the doll more. The "V" on the lapel of her jacket is a star instead in the cartoon. The belt buckle isn't pink in the cartoon but grey. The shoes aren't pink in the cartoon, but dark turquoise. The hairbow doesn't appear in the cartoon, just a thin hair band. Her camera is simply grey in the cartoon.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.


  • 4204/4010 Asst. [picture by Rudy]
    Re-released with new guitar and box. 2 Jemstar Points.

    Contents:
    Dress. Belt. Panties. Sock. 2 Bracelets. Shoes. Guitar: Translucent gray with glitter inside and print with details. Hairpick. Stand: Translucent neon yellow. Cassette. Poster.

    International:
    Sweden


  • 4206/4010 Asst. [picture by Rudy]
    Re-released with new guitar and box. 2 Jemstar Points.

    Contents: Shirt. Belt. Pants. 2 Bracelets. Shoes. Guitar: Translucent purple with glitter inside and print with details. Hairpick. Stand: Translucent neon yellow. Cassette. Poster.

    International:
    Sweden


  • 4205/4010 Asst. [picture by Rudy]
    Re-released with new guitar and box. 2 Jemstar Points.

    Contents: Top. Mini-skirt. Tights. 2 Bracelets. Flower. Shoes. Guitar: Translucent yellow with glitter inside and print with details. Hairpick. Stand: Translucent neon yellow. Cassette. Poster.

    International:
    Sweden


  • 4207 [picture by gljacobsct]
    "The mischievous Misfits: Pizzazz, Stormer, and Roxy have been joined by their wildest cohort, Clash - she'll do anything to make the Misfits #1... even jam JEM's holographic signals with her distortion modulator!".

    She is the cousin of Video, and the Misfits' biggest fan, and although she wishes to join the band, she has no musical talent. Fits her perfectly then to come with a distortion modulator to ruin for those who can play sing and play instruments, which is even mentioned in the commercials for the doll. The same commercial in which the other female purple haired doll, Synergy, is introduced as her opponent. What her headset is for is unknown though.

    This doll came with purple hair, but if you look close it consists of pink and purple. She shares facemold with Danse and Jetta. 2 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Jacket: Fur-like yellow and turquoise lamé fabrics on the lapels.

    Dress: Black sleeveless mini-dress with turtleneck, covered with metallic threads in green (mostly), pink and yellow. Velcro closure in back, opens up halfway.

    Belt: Pink chromed plastic, with blue glittery buckle. Velcro closure in the ends.

    Tights: Stretchy pink with zigzag silver threads, and elastic waist. Very similar to Rock 'n Curl Jem's, but slightly darker.

    2 Bracelets: Pink chromed zigzag-shaped.

    Shoes: Dark pink plastic pumps. 1987 doll Aja came with similar colored shoes. 1987 doll Rock 'n Curl Jem came with similar colored shoes. 1987 On Stage fashion There's A Melody Playing came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Flip Side fashion Putting It All Together came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Smashin' fashion You Can't Catch Me came with similar colored shoes. 1987 Glitter 'n Gold fashion Gold Rush came with similar colored shoes.

    Headset: Yellow plastic pretend earphones and microphone.

    Distortion modulator: Pretend device in pink plastic with sticker and neon yellow strap.

    Hairpick: Dark pink comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent neon yellow plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll.

    Cassette: Black plastic real working music cassette tape, with black sticker and neon yellow text.
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "I Am A Giant" - The Misfits
    "You Oughta See The View From Here" - The Misfits

    Poster.

    International:
    Holland
    Sweden

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Starbright Part One 'Falling Star'". Although she was actually redesigned later to look more like the doll. At first she has pink and green hair, which was changed in the episode "Glitter and Gold" to purple to resemble the doll. Before the episode "Glitter and Gold" she had a double belt that didn't resemble the doll belt, and she had black shoes which were changed to pink like the doll. In the cartoon she actually has an instrument, in the shape of two wrist cymbals. The doll instead has the distortion modulator.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4214
    "The mischievous Misfits: Pizzazz, Stormer, and Roxy have been joined by their wildest cohorts, Clash and Jetta...They'll do anything to make the Misfits #1! Jetta loves to zap the color out of JEM's music videos! They all spell trouble for JEM and the Holograms!".

    As a british saxophone player who came along at the same time as Raya, to upstage the Holograms and add a new sound to the Misfits.

    The doll has black hair with metallic silver strands, and something that looks like a flash as makeup. With her black and white style she differs from the rest of the dolls, but for some reason Hasbro gave her a pink hairpick. It was a nice touch of Hasbro to introduce a new instrument like a saxophone, but in comparison to the glittery guitars it doesn't look so good.

    The plans for this doll seem to have been made a little later than Raya, since Jetta is not featured on the back of any of the second edition Misfits boxes. Even though the doll box says 1986, the item number reveals that this doll was made after the Starlight Girls in 1987, and thereby the very last doll to be released. Jetta shares facemold with Danse and Clash. 2 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Shirt: Lamé fabric with fringes. Stretchy black with white dots of different sizes, with silver lamé piece, and black fringes around the edges. Consists of three fabrics. Velcro closure in the back.

    Skirt: Stretchy black with white dots of different sizes, with elastic waist. Same fabric as on the top.

    Belt: A long shiny white velvet with black cow-print spots. Ties around the waist. 1987 Smashin' fashion "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" was made of the same fabric.

    Pants: Stretchy black and white vertically striped, with elastic waist.

    Saxophone: Black plastic with silver strap, for the doll to hold it.

    Shoes: Black plastic pumps.

    Hairpick: Dark pink plastic comb with round top where the Jem logo is embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval transparent plastic base with black glitter inside, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll. The only doll that came with this color of the stand.

    Cassette: Black plastic real working music cassette tape, with black sticker, and with white text unlike the other Misfits, which were written in neon yellow. The song "Designing Women" has a slightly different title in the cartoon, "Designing Woman". Only cassette that says 1987.
    Songs:
    "Jem Theme" - Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits
    "Who Is She Anyway?" - The Misfits
    "Designing Women" - The Misfits

    Poster: With second edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Talent Search Part 1". The silver strands in her hair aren't visible in the cartoon. The flash across her face looks close enough, but it ends in a funny way on the forehead of the doll while it continues on the cartoon character. In the cartoon she also has white eyemakeup, but no silver on her left eyelid. Her eyebrows have a very long and different shape in the cartoon. Same violet eyecolor though. In the cartoon she has earrings and a bracelet for this outfit. The saxophone is black in the cartoon, but has silver/golden details.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.
    Instruments.


  • 4211/4025 Asst.
    "Ashley, Banee and Krissie are Jerrica's friends from the Starlight House and loyal fans of JEM!".

    She was based on the cartoon character created by Christy Marx. She was the last Starlight girl to arrive at Starlight House, and starts off as an outsider, who then finds her place. But she was the first Starlight girl to have a featured role in an episode, in the very first episode, and even sang her own song "I Can See Me" in the episode "The Jem Jam Part 1".

    This doesn't scream Jem doll to me, nor does it very much resemble the character it's mean to depict. But it does look like a typical fashion doll, and a quite inoffensive one in her floral outfit. Had the line continued, rather than Maxie taking over, this could had been the main doll of many releases.

    She shares the same bodysculpt as the other Starlight girl dolls. She has long blonde and slightly curly hair. Being the most common haircolor of dolls in general, this is actually the only doll in the Jem doll line, other than the Jem dolls, that has blonde hair. 2 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Scarf: Pink lace with pink velveteen polka dots and silver thread, to be tied as a ribbon in her hair on a ponytail.

    Blouse: White with floral pattern in pink/darkpink/turquoise. Velcro closure in front.

    Pants: Black with floral pattern in pink/darkpink/turquoise, and elastic waist.

    Belt/suspenders: Pink pleather with a blue belt buckle, and black suspenders with same floral pattern as pants. Velcro closure on front.

    Socks: Ribbed white folded.

    Shoes: Rubbery translucent light green. Same shapes of shoes as Banee and Krissie.

    Hairpick: Light pink with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll, which for the Starlight girls legs are extra thin.

    Poster Folded with first edition dolls on back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". In the cartoon she has yellow hair, as opposed to other characters who actually have light blonde hair. She also has a very different hairstyle and shorter hair in the cartoon. She originally had brown eyes, which then changed into blue from the episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star". The fashion is the only one of the three Starlight Girls dolls that was featured in the cartoon and first appeared in the episode "Glitter And Gold". But in the cartoon she has an inner shirt aswell, and the hairpiece is worn as a headband.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.


  • 4212/4025 Asst.
    "Ashley, Banee and Krissie are Jerrica's friends from the Starlight House and loyal fans of JEM!".

    She is a sensible and responsible girl, who doesn't let anyone push her around. She was the only Starlight girl that did not appear in the very first episode, but she eventually appeared in as much as 29 episodes, only beaten by Ashley and Ba Nee. She even sang her own song "You May Be A Star" in the episode "The Jem Jam Part 2".

    She felt like a good choice to release as a doll, adding another look to the line. She has a Miami Vice feeling to her with that print on the shirt, and a nice touch that they choose a pink animal for it. Her pajamas-looking outfit is very orange though, I guess it's a safe bet it's her favorite color, although she rarely wore it in the cartoon. Poor thing she has alot less pieces of clothing than the other two Starlight girl dolls, like no socks for example.

    Shares the same bodysculpt as the other Starlight girl dolls. She has very large and curly dark brown hair, brown eyes, and slightly darker skintone than Shana. 2 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Headpiece: Orange lace with silver threads. Same fabric but different color than Ba Nee's headpiece.

    Sweatshirt: Orange with pink flamingo print, to be tied togheter at the bottom left below the waist. Velro closure in the back.

    Stirrup pants: Yellow with pink triangle prints. Elastic waist.

    Shoes: Orange translucent rubbery slip ons.

    Hairpick: Light pink colored comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll, which for the Starlight girls legs are extra thin.

    Poster: Folded with second edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Disaster". She had black hair and an alot less fluffy hairstyle in the cartoon. I wouldn't say they captured her cartoon look. She has thinner face and another color on her lips. Correct eyecolor though. This outfit never appeared in the cartoon at all, unlike Ashley's doll outfit. Krissie did get an outfit that had some more yellow in a later episode though, but with different pieces of clothing. She is always seen in the cartoon with a hairpiece, but not a large bow like this.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.


  • 4213/4025 Asst.
    "Ashley, Banee and Krissie are Jerrica's friends from the Starlight House and loyal fans of JEM!".

    She is a vietnamese girl who dreams of one day finding her real father. She was the second Starlight girl to get a bigger role in the cartoon, starting with the Starbright trilogy, and even sang her own song "A Father Should Be" in the episodes "The Jem Jam Part 1" and "A Father Should Be...".

    Hasbro decided to write togheter the name as one word, rather than "Ba Nee". Although the cartoon character is as much as four years younger than Ashley, they share the same body size. She has long black hair packaged in a ponytail in a rubberband. Infact she is the first black-haired doll of this line, released before Jetta, accoring to production number. 2 Jemstar Points. Back of box. Box liner.

    Contents:
    Headpiece: Blue lace with silver threads. Same fabric but different color than Krissie's headpiece.

    Top: Light pink with orange/purple/violet/aqua patterns, hot pink straps on top, and folded up sleeves. Velcro closure in the back. Similar fabric to the linens of the playset New Wave Waterbed.

    Shorts: White with floral pattern in lightpink/darkpink/violet/yellow/green with folded up legs and elastic waist.

    Belt: Pink translucent plastic swirl.

    Socks: Hot pink ribbed fabric, folded on top, with white lace trim.

    Shoes: Pink translucent rubbery slip ons.

    Hairpick: Aqua colored comb with rounded top and the Jem logo embossed on both sides.

    Stand: Oval translucent dark pink plastic base, with the Jem logo embossed from the underside in the middle of it. With a separate piece that attaches to the hole in the base, to hold the leg of the doll, which for the Starlight girls legs are extra thin.

    Poster: Folded with second edition back.

    MTV jacket offer.

    International:
    Holland

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". Long black hair, but she doesn't actually have bangs in the cartoon, atleast not very visible. Her face looks surprisingly alike, but the eyes could have been a bit smaller/thinner to show her heritage even more. Correct brown eyecolor though, which is a nice detail since three episode were about her eyesight. This outfit slightly resembles Ba Nee's original outfit in the cartoon with the violet colors, but it's not the same pieces of clothing. And unlike Ashley's doll outfit, Ba Nee's never appears in the cartoon.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.
    Cartoon fashions.


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