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The second year really kicked off the line. This was the year we would get the Integrity Toys version of the bands in their original form, including the very much anticipated Stingers dolls. Even if we still knew nothing in advance as one wave was announced at the time. The Stingers also proved to be a success with the non-Jem doll collectors, everyone who isn't into the wild haircolors. Also this year offered some surprises in form of several special Jem dolls, aswell as another Rio and Jerrica.

The edition sizes grew. With all the bandmembers, we saw instruments included for the first time, and it was a joy to see these miniature masterpieces. Also a new look of stands were included with the Glitter 'n Gold Jem and Rio dolls.

On January 28, 2013, Integrity Toys officially announced that the next wave of dolls will include the three Holograms, Kimber Benton, Aja Leith, and Shana Elmsford. These are the first dolls of the new line that will include instruments as accessories. Also these dolls will be available through pre-order via the authorized Integrity Toys dealers. Each of the dolls are released in limited edition of 1000 dolls. Cost is approx $119.00 US dollars. Estimated shipping date is early March 2013. Picture 2. Picture 3.


April 1, 2013, Integrity Toys releases the next big news for their Jem doll line, the Misfits! These are expected to be received very well among collectors, infact so well that the edition size is the highest of all dolls yet, at 1200 each. These are the wildest dolls yet, with heavy makeup and unlike the Holograms they come with a little miniature poster and an extra accessory. As usual the cost is approx $119.00 US dollars each. Estimated shipping date is May.

June 5, 2013 Integrity Toys officially announced the next exclusive upcoming Jem dolls: Glitter 'n Gold Jem AND Rio. Jem is a Hasbro exclusive to be purchased only in person at the San Diego Comic Con International, the weekend of July 18-21, 2013, at the Hasbro booth #3329. Price is $140 US. Any remaining quantities will be available online after the show from the HASBRO Toy Shop. Rio on the other hand is an Integrity Toys Direct exclusive release, and will be available for anyone to purchase online at the Integrity Toys Direct shop, from wednesday July 17th, 2013 at Noon EDT. With W Club members getting a 24 hour courtesy pre-order period before Rio is offered to the general public, starting tuesday July 16th, 2013 at Noon EDT. $119.00 US plus shipping. Rio will ship approximately the week of July 22nd.

Then on June 13, 2013 Integrity Toys officially announced their first Wclub exclusive Jem doll, only available to members, Broadway Magic Jem, along with a stage cardboard backdrop/diorama. Estimated shipping date is fall 2013, and price $119.

Already on July 19th in 2013, it was time for the next announcement, the Stingers have hit town! Estimated to ship in september. This is the first time the Stingers actually make it into a Jem doll line, in the outfits they were planned to wear in the 1988 release that never was.

The Integrity Toys Jem doll line lives on! On November 23, 2013 Integrity Toys officially announced the "Who Is He Kissing" giftset, including two dolls, Jem and Jerrica as seen in the music video by the same name, also known from the 80's doll line as the FlipSide fashion "Gettin' Down To Business". Suggested retail price is $185.00, and estimated shipping date is the first week of December.

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  • 14026
    KIMBER BENTON is romantic, rebellious, and emotional, and she sometimes envies the attention that is paid to her big sister, JERRICA BENTON. Ever since she was a child, KIMBER has been writing and playing music. Her father had hoped that she would follow her late mom's path into music and she did. She writes songs, plays keyboards, and sings backing vocals for The Holograms. She is also the co-owner of Starlight Music with her sister, JERRICA BENTON.

    To quote Aja from the cartoon "Kimber, you've never looked so good!". In my opinion they did a great job on the hairstyle. The red haircolor leans more towards orange now, than pink like it did in the 80's though. Her facemold fits her perfectly, along with those thick black eyebrows. Gone are all the lamé fabrics from the 80's, in favor for a surprising fabric for the pants. And the blouse is now it's own piece, and not just ruffles sewn into the jacket. The keytar has a new shape, with no more "M" at the top, which was a leftover from when Jem was originally called "M". Expect this one to sell out first. Edition limited to 1000 dolls. Facemold was later re-used on "Clash" Montgomery in this Jem line. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front side with sleeve. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Pink nailpolish. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Jacket: White leather-like fabric with dark blue edges of the collar, and pockets on the sides. Decoration buttons on front and sleeves. Hook-and-eye closure. Consists of two fabrics. With tag inside. Open. Back.

    Blouse: Shiny darkpink with ruffles at the collar and sleeves. Hook-and-eye closure. With tag inside. Open. Back.

    Pants: Blue with shiny darkblue print and pockets in the back. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of two fabrics. Back open.

    Socks: White with flower pattern.

    Shoes: Hotpink pumps with black outsoles and white insoles. Matches blouse.

    Earrings: Metal with two pink dots inside. Matches blouse and shoes.

    Keytar: Glittery bright pink, with the Jem logo. A pink strap with metal buckles and black leather-like pieces to attach to the keytar. First doll to come with an instrument, along with the other Holograms. The Misfits Stage Essentials came with a differently colored keytar in the same shape. Back.

    Cord: Black plastic/rubbery cord, with chromed plastic connectors, to connect the keytar to the stand.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Certificate of authenticity.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version. First doll to come with this.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". In the cartoon she is seen with either blue or black eyebrows, but I definitely think black was the best choice for this doll, inact it's a big reason this is one of my favorites of this line. The make-up is heavier in the cartoon. The jacket and blouse is a step towards the cartoon look, and they added a little pocket on the left side for the doll. The pants are not very recognizable by the fabric pattern. Socks have a new pattern aswell. In the cartoon we're used to seeing Kimber with her standing keyboard. Not sure what the doll's earrings are based on.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Kimber


  • 14027
    AJA LEITH was the Benton sisters' first foster sister. She's a levelheaded tomboy who enjoys sports, is good with tools, and speaks Chinese (she's Asian-American). AJA usually drives the Rockin' Roadster, too. She plays lead guitar in The Holograms!

    The new Aja gets longer hair, with all the volume the 80's doll was missing, while the layers are less distinct. A very nice touch and important detail is the eyes, they took notice of her origin. The lavender shirt now appears to be pink, more like the 80's doll box artwork. And the multicolored tights are so beautiful and more colorful than ever, if you see them in reality. So cool! The snakeskin pattern on the skirt looks familiar, as does the shape of the guitar although there's no 80's glitter on it. Edition limited to 1000 dolls. Facemold was later re-used on a doll in another Integrity Toys line, Color Infusion: Kika Yung. Integrity Toys skintone "Japan". Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front side with sleeve. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Pink nailpolish that matches her top and shoes. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same pink nailpolish as the main hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Shirt: Pink with silver thread that makes it glitter and tightsfabrics on inside, with shoulder pads. Hook-and-eye closure. Consists of two fabrics. Tag inside. Back. Back open.

    Mini-skirt: Shiny purple and black snakeskinpattern with slit at the front middle. Hook-and-eye closure. Consists of two fabrics. Tag inside. Back open.

    Belt: Two rows of pink metal sequins chained togheter.

    Tights: Black With beautifully sparkling colors that can only be fully seen in real life.

    Shoes: Bright pink pearlized pumps with white insoles and black outsoles. Compliments her top.

    Earrings: Metal with two blue dots inside. Matches hair and instrument.

    Guitar: Glittery lightblue with realistic miniature strings, black and chromed tuning knobs, and whammy bar. A light blue strap with metal buckles and black leather-like pieces to attach to the guitar. Same shape later came with the Riot doll, in different colors. Back.

    Cord: Black plastic/rubbery cord, with chromed plastic connectors, to connect the guitar to the stand.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Certificate of authenticity.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". In the cartoon the hair looks slightly shorter and the layers are more noticable. Face looks very much like the cartoon, except for the orange color which more resembles the 80's doll. The shirt looks noticably more pink than the cartoon, where it was more lavender. Guitar resembles one of the guitars Aja plays in the cartoon, where it is pink though. But obviously it wasn't made to resemble the cartoon, but the 80's doll's guitar. Not sure what the doll's earrings are based on.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Aja


  • 14028
    SHANA ELMSFORD was the second foster sister that the Bentons brought into their home. She's less confident than the other Holograms, but she not only plays drums, she also designs the girls' outfits. In fact, at one point, she leaves the band to work full-time as a designer, but eventually returns and then, switches to play bass guitar! SHANA is one of the most multi-talented HOLOGRAMS!

    We've seen Shana's hair in all kinds of shapes, but Integrity Toys' version looks great! No more hairpiece, and not the round 80's afro like on the doll box artwork and in some storybooks. The make-up is a perfect combination of the doll and cartoon look. The jacket is a little less shiny but more classy. The dress fabric looks great. Tights, that's something new for Shana. And although there is no other drummer around, she still comes with her guitar, in a recognizable shape but a brighter color. Edition limited to 1000 dolls. Facemold was later re-used on a doll in another Integrity Toys line Color Infusion: Nyasha Lauder. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front side with sleeve. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7.

    Contents:
    Hands: Hands she came wearing. Dark red nailpolish that matches her lips. Interchangeable. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Jacket: Quite thick leather-like metallic silver jacket with rivets on the shoulder epaulettes. Consists of two fabrics. With tag inside. Open. Back.

    Dress: Shiny violet. Consists of two fabrics. Zipper and hook-and-eye closure. Back. Back open.

    Tights: Stretchy violet with elastic waist.

    Shoes: Lavender pumps with blackoutsoles and white insoles.

    Earrings: Metal with two purple dots inside.

    Guitar: Glittery purple with realistic miniature strings, black and chromed tuning knobs, and whammy bar. A purple strap with metal buckles and black leather-like pieces to attach to the guitar. Back.

    Cord: Black plastic/rubbery cord, with chromed plastic connectors, to connect the guitar to the stand.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Certificate of authenticity.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". Hair is a perfect match! Finally the cheek makeup appears also on a doll. The dress is brighter than in the cartoon, but comes closer in color than the 80's doll did. The shoes were white in the cartoon. In the cartoon she had no tights with this outfit. In the cartoon she first played drums. And the doll's guitar looks very different from any guitar she played in the cartoon. But like with Aja's, it obviously wasn't made to resemble the cartoon, but the 80's doll's guitar.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Shana


  • 14031
    Phyllis "PIZZAZZ" Gabor is the ultimate rock diva: fierce, electric and temperamental, she will stop at nothing to be on top! The fearless leader of THE MISFITS, an all girl 80's glam rock band, PIZZAZZ and her close friends ROXY and STORMER just love making mischief, but above all, they are obsessed with causing trouble for JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS, the only other band PIZZAZZ considers competition. PIZZAZZ is the ultimate spoiled brat and is totally obsessed with becoming the most talked about celebrity in the world. The daughter of a billionaire entrepreneur, PIZZAZZ is not really interested in money; fame is what's most important for her and she always gets what she wants!

    Nice to see they went all in on the wild makeup, that's Pizzazz! Which is based on the cartoon, but with some white from the doll makeup. Lips are no longer orange but pink, and she doesn't look quite as happy as the smiling 80's doll did. The hair was changed compared to the 80's doll to more resemble the cartoon hair, and has less neon glow, with a very slightly whiter/greener shade.

    The dress is cut slightly differently, and consists of a top layer white fabric with black prints of flock, and a rubber-like black layer beneath. The belt is a double layer very carefully sewn togheter. Surprisingly they choose a glittery fabric for the dark pink part of the top, which is a nice touch, especially since they went the other way with making Kimber's outfit less shiny. Pizzazz gets her legband around her leg like she had originally in the cartoon mini-series, a nice detail that toughens up her look.

    Like the other Misfits, Pizzazz has two bracelets, which are going more for black than Roxy's and Stormer's silver. A nice surprise is the holographic sticker on the guitar, like the 80's doll had. And something the 80's releases never got although she is the lead singer of her group, is a microphone, which Integrity Toys fixed. This doll is the perfect example of what Integrity Toys does with their Jem line, combining the best features from the 80's dolls, the original cartoon look, the updated cartoon look, and adding some new details. Limited Edition of 1200 Dolls. Integrity Toys skintone "Japan". A second Pizzazz doll has later been released, called In Stitches Pizzazz. Facemold was later re-used on dolls, "Danse" Dvorak in the Jem line, and in another Integrity Toys line, NuFace: Beast, aswell as Color Infusion: Jillian Monroe. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner close-up. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7. Picture 8. Picture 9. Picture 10. Picture 11. Box.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Pink pearlized nailpolish. For gripping things. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Top: Black fabric with printed chromed dark pink, and on top of it white tiger striped pattern which is black flock on leatherlike white fabric, and underneath is a second layer of black rubberylike shiny fabric. Consists of four fabrics. Hook-and-eye closure in back. Tag inside. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: Some of the same fabrics as the top. White tiger striped pattern which is black flock on leatherlike white fabric, and underneath is a second layer of black rubberylike shiny fabric. Consists of three fabrics. Hook-and-eye closure in back. Back.

    Panties: Black satin, non-stretchy. Hook-and-eye closure in back. Back open.

    Belt: A long neon yellow piece that doesn't fringe since it's neatly sewn togheter. Ties around the waist. Matches the hair.

    Sock: Neon yellow right sock only, in another fabric than the belt, slightly stretchy. Compliments the hair and belt.

    Legband: Black ribbon tied above her left knee.

    Shoes: Shiny and glittery black pumps with black outsoles and insoles.

    Earrings: Black chromed metal with black gem.

    2 Bracelets: Black chromed, in two designs, one thicker and one thinner, both with spikes all around them. Darker color than Roxy's and Stormer's. Same as Jetta's.

    Guitar: Golden holographic sticker over dark bronze plastic, with realistic miniature strings, black and chromed tuning knobs, and whammy bar. A black strap with metal buckles and black leather-like pieces to attach to the guitar. The only of the instruments that has a holographic sticker, and the only one with black chromed metal pieces for the strap. This shape of instrument was later re-used in The Holograms Stage Essentials accessory set in different colors. Back.

    Microphone: Plastic chromed top with very dark blue handle. Includes cord that connects to the stand.

    Microphone stand and cord: Metal pole, inner part is made of metal while outer part is made of chromed plastic. Adjustable in height and at direction of the mike on top, to be placed in the round golden plastic base. A plastic/rubbery black cord, with black chromed plastic connectors, to connect to the mike and stand.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Miniature poster: A slightly edited version of the Misfits poster that came with the 80's dolls, in postcard size.

    Miniature Cool Trash magazine: Folded cardboard, white on the reversed side.

    Certificate of authenticity: Same as most of the dolls. Says 2012.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". The haircolor was especially made to look more like the cartoon than the 80's doll according to Integrity Toys. Makeup stays pretty close to the cartoon, with the addition of some white and pink around the eyes. The dress resembles the second version of the cartoon outfit, but is cut slightly differently. The sock is worn on the right leg like the 80's doll, instead of the left like in the cartoon. She has a legband on her left leg like she only did in the original mini-series. The guitar resembles the cartoon version in shape, but with the 80's doll's holographic sticker. And comes with a miniature Cool Trash magazine, with a cover from the cartoon. But the cartoon cover says "Worst dressed girl" rather than "Worst dressed list".

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Pizzazz


  • 14032
    Roxanne "ROXY" Pelligrini is a member of THE MISFITS and probably the most headstrong character of the trio. With her friend STORMER and band leader PIZZAZZ, ROXY loves to create trouble for JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS! Short tempered and full of attitude, ROXY is a no nonsense type of girl who doesn't take no for an answer. She knows what she wants and always gets it! Move over, ROXY rumbles!

    While in the 80's, the cartoon look was changed to look more like the 80's doll, Integrity Toys did the opposite. They based this doll on the original cartoon look. A surprising decision perhaps, but the black shirt looks much wilder, and the fabric sparkles beautifully. Also the belt is from the original cartoon look and doesn't have the chrome stickers, but actual metallic studs. The very different looking pants are inspired by the 80's doll, and impressively detailed with mini-sequins which can really only be fully appreciated up close. Look outrageous! The hair which is completely white on the 80's doll, now has a slight touch of yellow (or blonde) in it. The makeup is only slightly inspired by the 80's doll, with lots more colors and details around the eyes, and darker orange lipstick. Overall this is the doll that looks most different from its corresponding 80's doll. Limited Edition of 1200 Dolls Only. Integrity Toys skintone FR-White. Facemold was later re-used on a doll in another Integrity Toys line, Color Infusion: Tilda Brisby. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner close-up. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7. Picture 8. Picture 9. Box.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Orange nailpolish. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    One-sleeved shirt: A sparkling black glittery stretchy shirt. Despite the fabric being elastic, it is very hard to remove. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of two fabrics. Back.

    Belt: Double-sided neon-yellow with three metal rivets. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Back.

    Pants: Amazingly beautiful, covered with mini-sequins in all colors of the rainbow on a background of yellow fabric. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of two fabrics. Back open.

    Shoes: Hot pink open-toe high heel sandals, unlike all the other female dolls that came with regular pumps. With hot pink insoles and black outsoles.

    Earrings: Metal with black gem. Same as Stormer.

    Silver chain necklace.

    2 Bracelets: Silver in two designs, one thicker and one thinner, both with spikes all around. Same as Stormer's.

    Guitar: Purple with realistic miniature strings, black and chromed tuning knobs, and whammy bar. A black strap with metal buckles and black leather-like pieces to attach to the guitar. This shape of instrument was later re-used in different colors for Rapture, and in The Misfits Stage Essentials accessory set. Back.

    Cord: Black plastic/rubbery cord, with chromed plastic connectors, to connect the guitar to the stand.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Miniature poster: Cardboard print. A slightly edited version of the Misfits poster that came with the 80's dolls, in postcard size.

    Miniature LP record with cover: Cardboard print record fits into the cardboard cover.

    Certificate of authenticity: Same as most of the dolls. Says 2012.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". Hair is almost as white as in the cartoon, but a hint of blonde. Makeup is mostly based on the cartoon in shape, but with some influences from the 80's doll with the lack of an eyebrow on the left eye, and a bit of color on the right eye where she had no makeup in the cartoon. On top of that she has some bright purple color around the eyes. Nice shade of orange on the lips. Outfit is almost completely based on the original cartoon version from the mini-series, which looked somewhat different than the 80's doll. Integrity Toys did a great job resembling that version, with the black sparkly shirt, the belt, and even the high heel sandals. The pants rather resemble the 80's doll. The necklace, which does look nice, consisted of pearls in the cartoon rather than chains. In the cartoon she had no bracelets with her black shirt outfit, but when the shirt turned purple. Nice color of the guitar, right inbetween the bright pink cartoon guitar and the 80's doll purple guitar.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Roxy


  • 14033
    Mary "STORMER" Phillips" writes most of THE MISFITS' songs, but she doesn't get much credit. Guitarist STORMER is the youngest and nicest of THE MISFITS, and she isn't into PIZZAZZ'S kind of troublemaking. She lacks confidence at first, but after partnering briefly with Kimber Benton in a new band, she returns to THE MISFITS with more confidence -- and remains close to Kimber. Her brother, Craig, dates Aja Leith.

    She has three shades of eye makeup, red, orange and yellow, apparently based on the 80's doll, along with the shapes on the cheeks from the cartoon, and the beauty spot. Her lips are red, rather than orange. Like Pizzazz, Stormer gets that glittery fabric for her top, with a realistic fur-like fabric on top, and the same black claw-shaped sequins as the 80's doll, and a metal stud instead of a sticker. The leatherlike fabric of her skirt looks nice. The tights have a nicer more transparent fabric. The bracelets are silver like Roxy's, and she even comes with an arm cuff and an anklet. And the flower is now made in fabric rather than plastic. They choose to give her the guitar instead of her keytar, which apparently was a special Hasbro request. The hair is noticably darker and with a slight touch of turquoise, and luckily they didn't make the hair all too curly. Limited Edition of 1200 Dolls Only. Integrity Toys skintone FR-White. Facemold was later re-used on a doll in another Integrity Toys line, Color Infusion: Zara Wade. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner close-up. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7. Box.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Red or dark orange nailpolish. Same color as lips. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Flower: Orange fabric with green plastic stem and white almost clear plastic stamens. Underneath.

    Top: Black fabric with printed chromed dark pink (same fabric as Pizzazz' top), and on top of it white tiger striped fur-like fabric with five black sequins in shape of claws, and lastley in the bottom middle is a square-shaped metal rivet. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of three fabrics. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: Black miniskirt, in leather-like fabric with a slit at the bottom. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of two fabrics. Back open.

    Tights: Black fishnet with elastic waist.

    Tights inner: Skincolored with elastic waist.

    Shoes: Black pumps with black insoles and black outsoles.

    Earrings: Metal with black gem. Same as Roxy.

    2 Bracelets: Silver in two designs, one thicker and one thinner, both with spikes all around. Same as Roxy.

    Arm cuff: Black leather-like fabric with metal rivets, to be worn on her upper right arm. Anklet: Metal chain to be worn around her right ankle.

    Guitar: Yellow with realistic miniature strings, black and chromed tuning knobs, and whammy bar. A black strap with metal buckles and black leather-like pieces to attach to the guitar. Back.

    Cord: Black plastic/rubbery cord, with chromed plastic connectors, to connect the guitar to the stand.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Miniature poster: Cardboard print. A slightly edited version of the Misfits poster that came with the 80's dolls, in postcard size.

    Miniature sheet of music notes: Cardboard sheets. Marked "Composed by Mary Phillips". Which is actually the notes from the song "Welcome To The Jungle", from the Hasbro playset New Wave Waterbed.

    Certificate of authenticity: Same as most of the dolls. Says 2012.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Beginning". A little bit less curly hair to resemble the cartoon and a nice dark color. The eye makeup is not at all based on the cartoon, only on the 80's doll. But the shapes on the cheeks, including the beauty spot, are from the cartoon. Outfit is perfect. Very much like the cartoon, although the fishnet tights still resemble the 80's doll somewhat more. The flower in the hair is in the left side like the 80's doll, rather than the right side as in the cartoon, and more orange. An extra bracelet and even an anklet from the original cartoon look. The instrument is a guitar like the 80's doll, and unlike the keytar from the cartoon.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Stormer


  • 14044
    Diskovery Records is holding its Glitter 'n Gold contest and will give the Glitter 'n Gold Roadster to the group who sells 500,000 records first. The Misfits are a shoo-in to win, but Jem and The Holograms haven't performed in ages. Can Jem and The Holograms make a comeback in time to win the contest?

    This is Comic Con exclusive might must be the queen of all dolls in the entire Integrity Jem line, like the 80's version was. The headsculpt is the same as previous Jem releases. This doll doesn't come with golden strands in the hair, but for the first and only time in the Integrity Toys line, she has both pink and blonde hair, even if the blonde is very sparse in front. They really seem to have done a great job on the makeup and eyes. This Jem has glittery eye shadow. Amazing how much the fabric for the bodysuit and collar looks like the 80's fabric, but improved! The fur fabric is more realistic than the 80's doll. Even the tights seem to sparkle, and those golden shoes! There's a new shape of the microphone, which is now longer and wireless. Comes with a cardboard hanger for the Jerrica outfit, in the same design as with the 80's playset the Rock Backstager. The Jerrica doll seen in one of the pictures, is not included. Edition limited to 1000 dolls. Integrity Toys skintone Japan. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Liner. Liner close-up. Box back inside. Box back. Drawer.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7. Picture 8. Picture 9. Picture 10. Picture 11. Picture 12.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Pink nailpolish. Same color as lips. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Gripping style. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Earrings: Red metal starshaped.

    Cape: White fur with golden ruffles around it. To be worn over the shoulders and underneath the arms. Back.

    Bodysuit: White with a white net over with golden thread flowers, golden collar with zigzag white pearl necklace and yellow oval gem. Consists of four fabrics. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: Holographic golden sarong-like piece with ribbon in top front and a slit. Hook-and-eye closure in the front. Back. Back open.

    Tights: Golden thread fishnets with elastic waist.

    Tights: Skincolored with elastic waist (for Jerrica).

    Dress: White with a white net over with golden thread flowers on top, and white bottom (for Jerrica). Consists of three fabrics. Zipper and hook-and-eye closure in back. Back.

    Shoes: Golden pumps with golden insoles and beige outsoles (for Jem).

    Shoes: White pumps with white insoles and beige outsoles (for Jerrica).

    2 bracelets: Two of the same shaped golden metal bracelets. Hands need to be removed to put these on.

    Glitter 'N Gold Award: Golden chromed plastic record with black label, and separate golden chromed plastic bottom with the Jem logo inside a star. The record is not stuck to the bottom part. Back.

    Microphone: Golden chromed plastic. For the first time in this line, the microphone is wireless, meaning it's longer and can not connect to the stand with a cord.

    Hanger: Pink cardboard print. Not really an accessory, just came along to hold the extra Jerrica outfit. "Danse" Dvorak came with one aswell.

    Stand: Oval Glitter 'N Gold vaccu-chrome plated plastic base with print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. No text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Golden pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative golden plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. Glitter 'n Gold Rio also came with this stand.

    Certificate of authenticity: This doll comes with one that says "Glitter 'n Gold Rio Jem/Jerrica Benton".

    Instructions: Didn't come with any.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Glitter and Gold". Jem had all pink hair in the cartoon, so the hair was based on the doll. Although the hairstyle looks very much like in the cartoon. The eye makeup luckily looks a bit brighter than in the cartoon where it was a bit dark to resemble gold. And perhaps the lips are darker than in the cartoon. The golden skirt looks a bit longer than in the cartoon. The new bracelets seem to resemble the cartoon bracelets more, and the golden award looks perfect!

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Glitter 'n Gold Jem


  • 14045
    What would JEM be without her stage manager, sometimes boyfriend and favorite dance partner in the world? RIO PACHECO also goes gold.

    Another interpretation of Rio. Not only has the outfit changed, but also his look. His hair looks fuller and has a different hairstyle, and is shorter in the back. Rio's head sculpt was slightly adjusted so that his head isn't as pointed upwards, and is now more poseable. He also had something of a makeover in the face painting department, first of all he has side-glancing eyes, but also slightly different eyebrows, and more dark around the eyes.

    In my opinion he has never looked better! Finally he gets an entire shirt underneath, and not just a dickie front as in the 80's. Integrity Toys surely cover all the details, as he comes with every accessory you could imagine, plus a champagne bottle and two glasses (this is an adult line of collectibles after all). Luckily this doll will be available for anyone to purchase, which is a good choice, since we need more male dolls in the line and we already got several Jem. Edition limited to 750 dolls. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner close-up. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones he came wearing. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Interchangeable. Palms.

    Jacket: Golden with white velveteen collar. 8 golden buttons, three on each side in front and two on the back. Consists of three fabrics. With a tag inside. No closure on front. Open. Back.

    Shirt: White satiny fabric. Four white buttons for decoration. Hook-and-eye closure on the front. Back.

    Pants: White with pretend pockets on back, with golden waist, golden stripes on sides. Consists of four fabrics. Fly has real working zipper closure in front. Hook-and-eye closure on top. Back.

    Bow tie: Golden with multicolor shine. Pearl-and-eye closure.

    Socks: White semi-shiny fabric.

    Shoes: White slip-ons with white insoles and beige outsoles.

    Miniature golden watch: Golden metal wristwatch in the same shape as the previous Rio doll, and double metal cord. Hand needs to be removed to put this on.

    Miniature gold record: Plastic covered with golden color with pink painted on in the middle, plus a hole in the middle. Fits into cover. Same shape as with Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton.

    Miniature gold record cover: Cardboard print. Pink on other side.

    A white rose for Jem: Made out of white and green fabrics, with stem in metal.

    Champagne bottle: Says "M" as in what Jem was once going to be called. Also says "Veuf Christoph Pomarin".

    2 champagne glases: In clear plastic.

    Stand: Oval Glitter 'N Gold vaccu-chrome plated plastic base with print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. No text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Golden pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. One golden plastic piece to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, underarmsupport. Does not come with the saddle support like the female dolls. Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton also came with this stand.

    Certificate of authenticity: This doll comes with one that says "Glitter 'n Gold Rio Pacheco".

    Instructions: Didn't come with any.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Glitter and Gold". His hair looks slightly shorter, which resembles the cartoon a bit more. The new face is getting closer to how I picture Rio from the cartoon. Outfit is so perfectly designed. He's not wearing sneakers anymore though. Did he wear a gold watch in the cartoon?

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Glitter 'n Gold Rio


  • 14042
    Frantic rehearsals, opening night, strike up the band, bring up the lights, a little BROADWAY MAGIC tonight!

    Integrity Toys announces their first Wclub exclusive Jem doll, only available to members, along with a big and impressive stage cardboard backdrop/diorama designed by Alain Tremblay. Thanks for giving us something to display the new dolls. I think this is a very appreciated choice for the exclusive Wclub doll, and nice to see another cartoon exclusive fashion make it into the toy line. That dress sure doesn't look easy to sew, and what a great piece. Jem also comes with a new hairstyle, not actually associated with this fashion in the cartoon, and for the first time with so-called "side-glancing" eyes. Very happy with this design, Integrity Toys are spoiling us with their surprises. The outer carton box is larger than usual because it also holds the stage. The inside box says "Jem" and not "Broadway Magic Jem", but are not re-used boxes from the first wave, since Jem's box then said "Classic Jem". A few of these dolls came marked with the name "Raya Alonso", a misprint hinting that a Raya doll and thereby probably a Jetta doll was around the corner. Edition limited to 500 dolls. Integrity Toys skintone "Japan". Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front side with sleeve. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Box. Stage. Stage 2. Stage 3. Stage 4.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Bright pink nailpolish. Same color as lips. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Interchangeable. Gripping shape. Palms.

    Dress: Pink ruffled with double layers of white ruffles (of the same fabric as Riot's shirt) from the left side of the waist and down to the feet. Zipper and hook-and-eye closure in the back. Tag inside. Consists of three fabrics. Back. Back open.

    Tights: Skin-colored with elastic waist.

    Pumps: Shiny pink pumps, darker pink than the dress color. With dark pink insoles and beige outsoles.

    Earrings: Red metal starshaped. Same as most of the Jem dolls.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Miniature wireless microphone: Chromed plastic with purple chromed handle. Longer than the non-wireless microphones, but this doesn't attach anywhere via a cord.

    Envelope: Folded pink cardboard print envelope for the fake love letter.

    Fake love letter: Cardboard print note, a letter from Rio (secretly written by Pizzazz).

    2 Miniature Broadway tickets: Cardboard prints. Miniature tickets that say "Sat.04 Oct 1986, 7:30 PM, Row A Seat 4" (and "5") and "Palace Theatre".

    Miniature ferry ticket: Cardboard prints. Miniature tickets to the Statue of Liberty at Ellis Island.

    Showbill: Cardboard print, introducing the Jem and The Holograms broadway show, aswell as a show by the Limp Lizards.

    Certificate of authenticity: Same as most of the dolls. Says 2012.

    Instructions: Didn't come with instructions unless you count the stage diorama which the doll came bundled with.

    Stage cardboard backdrop/diorama: See the page "Playsets 2013-2014".

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Broadway Magic". The hairstyle more resembles how Jem wears her hair with the cartoon outfit J-10. With the soft Jem-like pink eye makeup, regardless of the brown eyebrows, the Jem dolls look more and more like the Jem we know from the cartoon. Very nice job on this iconic dress. Although we don't see any of this in the cartoon, the showbill, Broadway tickets, Statue of liberty ticket, and fake letter from Rio, is a nice touch.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Broadway Magic Jem


  • 14036
    Rory "RIOT" Llewelyn is the ultimate charmer. There is something about him in the way that he walks, talks and acts that gives him an almost hypnotic air that very few people can say no to. Riot is a man who always gets his way with everyone, except for one person, JERRICA BENTON. When she appears as her alter ego Jem, Riot becomes crazy with love! However, he is completely aloof when JERRICA BENTON is around as if there was a switch inside him that he could just turn on and off. As the lead singer of the Stingers, Riot has a sultry voice that sways crowds like no other and he is fast becoming one of the biggest rock stars of all time with the ego and attitude to match!

    Integrity Toys created the third male doll for their Jem doll line, something Hasbro never managed to do in the 80's. I was curious to see what they would do with his long blonde curly hair. Luckily they didn't make it as curly as the 80's doll was meant to have, and they choose a nice bright blonde color. The eyes are green/gray and the eyebrows thick but quite bright. And he's even got that one earring on his right ear, which is a nice detail. The shiny fabric for the pants looks fantastic and even on the 80's doll they were supposed to be glittery. He's the only male doll so far that came with a mike. His guitar is the same shape as the Integrity Toys Aja doll. This is a new head mold but the same body mold as the two Rio dolls. The back of his head says "© 2012 IT" and the back of his body "© 2006 JWU BY IT". Edition limited to 1200 dolls. Integrity Toys skintone FR-White. Facemold was later re-used on a doll in another Integrity Toys line, Color Infusion: Ace McFly. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner close-up. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones he came wearing. Interchangeable. One has a gripping shape. Palms.

    Extra hands: Interchangeable. Palms.

    Frock coat: Yellow velveteen with embroidered black/red chrome triangles, black lapels with black sequins, three golden buttons on each cuff, and a pocket on his left chest. The inside has a shiny golden fabric. Tag inside. No closure in front. Consists of four fabrics. Open. Back.

    Shirt: Neo-romantic white shiny with ruffled collar, and ruffled elastic cuffs. One hook-and-eye closure right below the front ruffles. With tag inside. Same fabric as Kimber's blouse, but white. Open. Back.

    Belt: A black shiny leather-like belt with a big golden metal buckle.

    Pants: Skin tight glittery/shiny black, with two front and two back pockets, a real zipper in front and a silverbutton on top but with a hook-and-eye closing inside. With tag inside. Back.

    Boots: White leather-like boots with yellow velveteen fabric on top. Has tied yellow shoestrings on both outer sides, but closes in back with an actual zipper. White insoles and outsoles.

    Earring: Metal with white gem, for right ear.

    Guitar: Black plastic with a golden chrome sticker, with a whammy bar, black and chromed tuners, three chromed tuners on each side of the head and actual miniature plastic strings. Black strap with black buckles, and leather at the ends where you attach it to the guitar, which is a difficult task. Same shape previously came in a another color with the Aja doll. Back.

    Cord: Plastic/rubbery black cord, with golden chromed plastic connectors, to connect the guitar to the stand. Same connectors as included with all Stingers.

    Microphone: Golden chromed plastic with black handle. Can be placed in the microphone stand and attached to the cord, which also attaches to the stand.

    Microphone stand with cord: Golden metal pole, inner part is made of metal while outer part is made of chromed plastic. Adjustable in height and at direction of the mike on top, to be placed in the round golden plastic base. A plastic/rubbery black cord, with golden chromed plastic connectors, to connect to the mike and stand. Connectors for the cord with same color came with Rapture and Minx and The Misfits Stage Essentials.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand.

    Golden pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic.

    One black plastic piece to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, underarmsupport. Does not come with the saddle support like the female dolls, but still it comes with instructions that show two pieces.

    All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    LP album with cover: Miniature cardboard print record aswell as cover. Record goes into cover. Certificate of authenticity: Same as most of the dolls. Says 2012.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version. Same as most of the dolls that came with an instrument.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Stingers Hit Town Part One". Perfect color for the hair and just the right amount of curliness to it. They made a charming face for this charming character. Perhaps it could have been slightly longer, the eyebrows black, the eyes a little more obivously green, and the skincolor a little more tan. But that's just being extremely picky, and it's already close to perfection. They knew what they were doing with the outfit, everything seems in place. Only, his collar doesn't stick up quite as much around his neck in the cartoon. His guitar resembles what he played in flashbacks in the episode "Riot's Hope" while he was a member of the group Nirvana aswell as the early days of the Stingers. The album cover resembles the one seen in the cartoon episode "Riot's Hope" in design and color, but it included their faces. Also, in the cartoon the Stingers once put on a CD, and this is an LP.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Riot


  • 14037
    Just like her stage name suggests, Ingrid "MINX" Kruger is one of the hottest girls in the rock scene today and she knows it. Heard saying on multiple occasions that she can get any man that she wants in her sultry German accent, MINX has a very “take no prisoners” attitude as far as love is concerned. Since her arrival in the United States however, she has been obsessed with RIO PACHECO and will stop at nothing to attract his attention.. Musically, Minx is the lead keyboardist of the Stingers, she is also an accomplished electronic technician and is an expert at building her own keyboards and musical instruments.

    Minx got her long blonde hair and some bangs, and that large black hat on top of it. To me she has more of an expression to her face than any of the other dolls, with those eyebrows and big red lips. Unlike the look the 80's doll was supposed to have, she has that kinda mean look she would have when causing trouble in the cartoon. You can tell she is just about ready to go after the Rio doll. She and Rapture are the first dolls of this line to come with large earrings, hoops. Just like the 80's doll she has snakeskin pattern pants, and a thick detailed leather belt. Some news are the gold stars on the top instead of yellow, and they actually even made the leather boots! How do they even make such detailed boots? A big surprise is that they actually decided to give her a standing keyboard, which will be very appreciated among the Jem fans. Edition limited to 1200 dolls. Integrity Toys skintone "Japan". Facemold was later used on another doll of this same line, Countess Danielle Du Voisin, aswell as on IT Direct Exclusive ITBE doll called Night. Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner close-up. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Deep red nailpolish. Practically same color as lips. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Hat: Large flocked black hat, with nothing to keep in it place but the pins.

    Bra top: Black leather-like with golden star prints, and shoulder straps in the same fabric. Black hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of two fabrics. Back. Back open.

    Pants: Black leather-like with snakeskin pattern and actual pockets on the sides. With tag inside. Consists of two fabrics. One of the more difficult pieces to undress of this line. Back open.

    Belt: A big black belt with a large metal golden belt buckle, and lots of buckle holes all over.

    Shoes: High heel boots in shiny black leather-like material, with actual black shoestrings. But they open on the back by a zipper. Black insoles and outsoles.

    Earrings: Black metal hoop earrings.

    Bracelets: Two metal bracelets of the thicker kind. One black. One golden, like Rapture's.

    Ring: Metal golden with a black pearl.

    Synthesizer: Black plastic standing synthesizer, with lots of buttons (none moveable) and chromed plastic stand. A new mold and a very appreciated accessory among fans. A synthesizer in the same shape but with different colors, later came with the Holograms Stage Essentials.

    Cord: Plastic/rubbery black cord, with golden chromed plastic connectors, to connect the guitar to the stand. Same connectors as included with all Stingers.

    Hat pins: A couple of short metal pins to fasten the hat in the head. Very hard to spot in the package and very easy to lose.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Golden pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Sheets of music notes: Cardboard prints. Three of the same. They all say "Composed by Rory 'Riot' Llewelyn", but the notes are actually not from a Stingers song but the same notes that the Stormer doll came with from the Misfits song "Welcome To The Jungle".

    Certificate of authenticity: Same as most of the dolls. Says 2012.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version. Same as most of the dolls that came with an instrument.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "The Stingers Hit Town Part One". Very long hair, just like in the cartoon. Great color. The bangs points in the right direction. Just like the other two Stingers, she actually has black eyebrows in the cartoon, regardless of her bright haircolor, and the shape is slightly exaggerated compared to the cartoon. Maybe the Minx and Rapture dolls should have switched their eyebrows? Her eye makeup does seem to resemble the cartoon in color and shape, but is alot more fuzzy on the doll so you can't tell where it begins and ends. But her red lips are correct, even not quite as full in the cartoon. The outfit is very well made and true to the cartoon. They decided to make the stars on her top golden, which in the cartoon only appeared as yellow. Not sure what the sheets of music notes refer to or why Minx comes with them since they say "Composed by Rory 'Riot' Llewelyn". Although the synthesizer looks great and was a perfect choice, it's shape doesn't resemble exactly what we see in the cartoon. The bracelets are correct, but the ring I'm not sure where it comes from, perhaps the music video "All In The Style" from the episode "Straight From The Heart" where she wears alot of rings.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Minx


  • 14038
    Phoebe "RAPTURE" Ashe loves to play with people. The ultimate trickster, Rapture loves to tell people all sorts of tales about herself and her family, such as the fact that she is the descendant of a long line of gypsies and that this gives her a long list of mystic powers that will allow her to heal your aura. Many people have fallen for her scams which eventually backfire and get her into all kinds of trouble, which her band members Riot and Minx usually have to pull her from. Musically however, no one can sing like Rapture. Her voice is powerful and edgy and her mere presence alone on stage adds a lot to the aura of mystery that the Stingers project and knows and loves it!

    Rapture has the longest hair of all dolls yet, and her hairstyle must have been one of the more difficult tasks when designing this doll. Also her outfit is probably the most extreme and complicated to make among the group, yet all of it turned out absolutely great. I appreciate that they took notice of the shoulders of her dress being transparent. Her guitar is correctly a differently colored version of Roxy's guitar. And her love potion recipe is just hilarious. Edition limited to 1200 dolls. Integrity Toys skintone "Japan". Carton box. Carton box close-up. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front side. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner close-up. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Red nailpolish. Same color as lips. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Top: Shiny yellow fabric with a clear yellow fabric above, short black line prints on the front, clear yellow shoulders. Shiny black collar. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Tag inside. Consists of four fabrics. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: Just like the top this is made of a shiny yellow fabric with a clear yellow fabric above which has printed black horizontal lines at the bottom. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of two fabrics. Back open.

    Tights: Black fishnet stockings, with elastic waist. Looks like the same as Stormer's, but unlike Stormer this doll doesn't also come with the skincolored tights underneath.

    Gauntlet: Black fishnet piece for left arm. Dolls were packaged differently with this gauntlet, either in her left arm or in a plastic bag.

    Shoes: Yellow pumps with white insoles and black outsoles.

    Banana clip: Black plastic banana hairclip for the back of the head. Opens up. Open.

    Earrings: Golden metal hoops. Same kind also came with Raya and Astral.

    Bracelets: Three metal bracelets, all for her right arm. The golden one is the same shape as Minx' one. The black ones are thinner than Minx'.

    Guitar: Black plastic with golden glitter sprayed on the front, with a whammy bar and buttons, six tuners on the left side of the head and actual miniature plastic strings. With a black strap with leather at the ends where you attach it to the guitar (which is a difficult task to do). This shape of instrument was also used in different colors for Roxy, and in The Misfits Stage Essentials accessory set. Back.

    Cord: Plastic/rubbery black cord, with golden chromed plastic connectors, to connect the guitar to the stand. Same connectors as included with all Stingers.

    Recipe note: Miniature cardboard print note. Actually mispelled the word "carrots" as "carrotts" and uses the less usual spelling "catsup" for "ketchup".

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Golden pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Certificate of authenticity: Same as most of the dolls. Says 2012.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/guitar/hair version. Same as most of the dolls that came with an instrument.

    Interpretations:
    Introduced in the episode "The Stingers Hit Town Part One". They did such a great job with her hair that it's almost silly to point out it was more spiky in the cartoon. But I guess this way they managed to keep it long and more stylable. The eyebrows were black in the cartoon and the eye makeup is orange but had another shape in the cartoon that followed the eyebrows more. Lips look right. Fantastic job with the extraordinary outfit. Perhaps the collar was even slightly bigger in the cartoon, and the stripes on the skirt weren't as visible. And they made it a two piece costume with a top and a skirt, instead of a dress. She's got her three bracelets, one which they choose to make gold (which could have been thicker like in the cartoon) aswell as her earrings. Her recipe is never actually seen in the cartoon, but is assumingly based on the ingredients from the episode "The Stingers Hit Town Part Two". Her guitar is clearly based on what is seen in the cartoon, with a slightly different placement of the decorations. Can't recall the black hairclip in the cartoon, but nontheless an appreciated extra.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Rapture


  • 14043
    Who is he kissing, Jerrica Benton or Jem? Romance is always in the air when Jerrica Benton and Rio Pacheco are out on the town togheter. But Jerrica can't help but wonder who is he thinking of when he looks into her eyes? Will Jerrica ever reveal to Rio that she and Jem are one and the same? You decide!

    This doll is part of a set along with the Jerrica doll with the same theme. This is the first time a set of dolls are released togheter in this line. And it also means a much larger box. They even have matching outfits which derrive from the 80's line's FlipSide fashion "Gettin' Down To Business", and the box art is inspired from the cartoon music video by the same name as the dolls. But although they're released togheter, they don't lack separate accessories like their own fashions, jewelries, stands and more.

    Like Hollywood Jem, Jem is back to purple eye makeup, and she has side-glancing eyes. Although I think alot of Jem collectors would have wanted a more nicer and less apparent shape of the eyebrows, and alot more obvious makeup. An interesting and popular choice of fashion. Very nice interpretation of the 80's doll line fashion. I like the fact that they vary the color of the mike, and white this time to match the outfit I guess. The bracelet is a new addition to the fashion. Impressive new detailed shoes, Integrity always manage to surprise with miniature masterpieces. Edition limited to 850 giftsets. Integrity Toys skintone "FR White". Carton box. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Pink nailpolish. Same color as lips. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Gripping. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Dress: Dark pink with black dots, white lace on top and black ribbon shoulder straps. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of four fabrics. Tag inside. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: White mini-skirt with white mini-sequins covering it. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Consists of two fabrics. Tag inside. Came sewn onto the dress. Back open.

    Sash: Glittery pink with fringes at the ends. Sewn onto the dress.

    Tights: White fishnet with elastic waist. Looks the same as Jerrica's.

    Earrings: Red metal starshaped.

    Shoes: White with a metal buckle that can be opened, white insoles and black outsoles. A very complex new design of shoes unseen before for this line, and different from the somewhat similar ones that came with the Jerrica doll.

    Bracelet: Metal white, for her left arm. Same shape but different color as Minx and Rapture.

    Microphone: Chromed plastic with white handle and hole in bottom for cord which then attaches to stand.

    Microphone stand and cord: Metal pole, inner part is made of metal while outer part is made of chromed plastic. Adjustable in height and at direction of the mike on top, to be placed in the round plastic base. A plastic/rubbery black cord, with golden chromed plastic connectors, to connect to the mike and stand.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Certificate of authenticity: A specifically made one for this theme, with the correct year.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/microphone/hair version.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Disaster". Hair looks more and more like Jem's kinda volume and style. This outfit doesn't appear beyond some of the early episodes, so we never get to see Jem wearing this along with purple makeup like this doll. Has a white underskirt like the cartoon design did. The sash was more red in the cartoon, but if you switch the pink in the dress with the pink in the sash, it's a closer match. The tights weren't white in the cartoon but had larger net. The beautiful shoes look kinda alike but are actually not the same shape. Jem had no bracelet with this outfit in the cartoon.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Who Is He Kissing Jem and Jerrica


  • 14043
    Who is he kissing, Jerrica Benton or Jem? Romance is always in the air when Jerrica Benton and Rio Pacheco are out on the town togheter. But Jerrica can't help but wonder who is he thinking of when he looks into her eyes? Will Jerrica ever reveal to Rio that she and Jem are one and the same? You decide!

    This doll is part of a set along with the Jem doll with the same theme. This is the first time a set of dolls are released togheter in this line. And it also means a much larger box. They even have matching outfits which derrive from the 80's line's FlipSide fashion "Gettin' Down To Business", and the box art is inspired from the cartoon music video by the same name as the dolls. But although they're released togheter, they don't lack separate accessories like their own fashions, jewelries, stands and more.

    Jerrica gets into the competition for thickest eyebrows, she even beats the Kimber doll, on which thick eyebrows fits better. It's not so bad, but not an improvement from the previous Jerrica doll. It doesn't make her look very nice. Interesting though to see the thick bangs, that more like we're used to seeing Jerrica. The jacket design and fabric is beautiful, even if the fabric perhaps make her look a bit older. A suprise that they decided to make her skirt in leatherlike fabric, and not in a matching fabric with the jacket. The ring is a new addition to the fashion. Impressive new detailed shoes. But some sunglasses would have been nice aswell, like the 80's fashion came with. The newspaper is the kind of funny additions that makes you smile, but they could have written some pretend articles instead of the placeholder text. Edition limited to 850 giftsets. Integrity Toys skintone "FR White", just like the Jem doll in this set. Carton box. Sleeve front. Box front with sleeve. Box front. Box front top. Box front bottom. Box front inside. Accessories. Liner. Liner back. Box back inside. Box back. Box back with sleeve. Sleeve back.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7.

    Contents:
    Hands: The ones she came wearing. Pink nailpolish. Same color as lips. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Extra hands: Same nailpolish as main hands. Interchangeable. Palms.

    Hat: White textured. To be fastened with the pins. Consists fo two fabrics.

    Jacket: White textured (less than the hat) with two white buttons in front and an actual pocket on each side. Consists of two fabrics. Hook-and-eye closure on the front. Tag inside. Back. Open.

    Top: Bright pink top with black flocked dots. Consists of two fabrics. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Tag inside.

    Skirt: White leather-like skirt. Consists of two fabrics. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Tag inside. Back open. Sash: Glittery pink with fringes at the ends. Same kind as Jerrica's.

    Tights: White fishnet with elastic waist. Look the same as Jem's.

    Earrings: Red metal starshaped.

    Ring: Metal ring with pink stone inside. Same kind as Minx, but different color.

    Shoes: White with a couple of metal buckles that can be opened, white insoles and beige outsoles. A very complex new design of shoes unseen before for this line, and different from the Jem doll.

    Hat pins: A couple of short metal pins to fasten the hat in the head. Very hard to spot in the package and very easy to lose.

    Stand: Oval black plastic base with colored print of the Jem logo and a hole on top to put in the pole, plus a couple of smaller holes on the sides to attach the cord. Text on the base bottom. Base has similar shape to the 80's Jem doll stand. Silver pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal while outer part is chromed plastic. 2 alternative black plastic pieces to put on top of the pole to hold the doll, saddle support or underarmsupport. All dolls came with this stand, except the 2014 dolls' logo colors were just slightly adjusted, and Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton and Rio who came with golden stands.

    Miniature newspaper: Cardboard print, says "Variety News", "Who is he kissing?" and "Los Angeles, CA. Will Jem and The Holograms stage manager Rio Pacheco ever decide between superstar JEM or music executive JERRICA BENTON?" Seen out and about town with both ladies, paparazzi and Jem fans alike have been asking the question for months now: will the purple hair beau ever make up his mind? (more on page 2).", along with pictures of the first Integrity Toys Rio doll, aswell as cartoon screen captures from the episodes "The Battle Of The Bands" and "The Jazz Player", and mostly placeholder text.

    Certificate of authenticity: A specifically made one for this theme, with the correct year.

    Instructions: Hands/stand/microphone/hair version.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Kimber's Rebellion". Jerrica originally wore this outfit while having her shorter hairstyle, but then briefly also wore it with longer hair. Her hair seems slightly too long here though. Guessing Integrity Toys rather gives them too long than too short hair. Pink eyeshadow is alike, but as for the blue around the eyes and the brown eyebrows that's different. The hat, jacket and skirt look so right, and they even added those pockets on the jacket. The sash is more pink than red, but it's not as much of a problem as on the Jem doll, since Jerrica's top is so bright pink, infact even brighter than in the cartoon. The tights weren't white in the cartoon but had larger nets. Shoes look amazingly alike. Jerrica had no ring in the cartoon. The newspaper has the correct headline and a picture of Rio (infact the Rio doll instead of the cartoon, nice idea), but the name "Variety News" and the article text is made up by Integrity.

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

    Offsite links:
    Mike N' Elio's Youtube video review of Who Is He Kissing Jem and Jerrica



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