2016 dolls

This was a year of a big boxes with multiple accessories, re-released characters, and some characters that had never been made into dolls before. And sadly this was the first year, since the line started, that we didn't get any Jem doll for Comic-con, well infact we didn't get a single interpretation of Jem herself.

This year IT got back into the idea of the first year, of making a set of dolls, Riot/Stormer/Kimber/Pizzazz. All sold separately, although they didn't all have a direct connection to each other fashionwise. These came in a new kind of very special box which was designed as a playset, resembling the Rock Backstager from the 80's line. IT really outdid themselves with these boxes. After many separate releases, it felt like this line was back to its glory days. All of these dolls even came with an extra outfit and a new accessory in form of a Jem-style transparent neon chair. Two of the dolls, Kimber and Stormer, were matching to depict their duo from "The Bands Break Up".

For the first time in this line, IT added some popular bonus outfits for purchasing some of the remaining dolls in their stock: Pizzazz, Roxy, Stormer, Minx, and Rapture. These dolls of course came with everything the original doll came with (although on this page only the bonus outfit will be mentioned in the reviews). It was a surprise announcement, and the dolls with bonus outfits were all ready to ship immediately, shortly before Christmas, which was stressing to many completist collectors at first to raise money since the amount available for limited according to amount of dolls still available for sale of those characters. IT did work out payment plans for their customers though to get around this. Although you had to re-buy a doll you already had, you did get a high quality doll and a new extra outfit. But IT were not only competing with people's Christmas budget, but kinda competing with themselves aswell, since they had just released a new Pizzazz and Stormer that same year.

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  • Sean Harrison 14077
    Introducing Sean Harrison, multi-talented British mega star and friend of JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS! Seen in some of the most memorable episodes of the hit 80's cartoon JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS, singer, song-writer and actor Sean Harrison was the "on and off again" boyfriend of Holograms band member Kimber Benton. In Jem's world, besides being a major teenage heartthrob, Sean co-stared with Jem in a major Hollywood production and toured with his band. Of course, Pizzazz of The Misfits would do anything to put her claws into Sean and call him hers, but the only one for him is Kimber Benton. What can a guy do? When he's got it, he's got it!

    Suave and masculine, yet always sweet and tender, Sean Harrison will melt your heart with his piercing baby blues and "oh so 80s" sense of style. His look is dead on for the period and he can't wait to join your collection, perhaps asking for Kimber's hand in the process? Who knows? Kimber will have to make up her mind before Pizzazz steals him away!

    Kimber's musician boyfriend becomes a doll for the first time, as the first cartoon-only character that was not created by Christy Marx, but by Mary Skrenes, introduced in her episode "The World Hunger Shindig". He had a big re-appearing role in the cartoon, and Kimber needed an actual doll boyfriend, since Ollie wasn't officially Jeff. With the little love given to cartoon characters by Jem IT collectors, this was one doll fans really wanted to be made. The reception was very good.

    This is infact a character there was a buzz about among Jem fans. There was even talk of this specific existing head sculpt, previously seen on the IT doll Callum Windsor, which some already had as their substitute for Sean. Although, the shape of the eyebrows and the nose perhaps isn't an exact match, as a whole it looks like him and looks good.

    This is the first outfit we ever see him in in the cartoon. But he is known to wear light blue, purple and white, aswell as details on his jacket, and horizontal lines on his shirt, so regardless of what outfit you prefer for him I guess this has those particular features that usually represent him. This is probably the most fun outfit IT could have chosen for him. I like the classy looking fabric used on his shirt. Interesting choice of IT to make the bright violet stripes on his shirt pink instead, it matches the white belt that they turned pink aswell. The lines on his pants are slightly thinner in the cartoon though. His white shoes in the cartoon became black on this doll, a drastic change that totally works and matches his hair. He had no visible wristwatch in the cartoon, but a nice extra. Beautiful work on the brooch, very much resembles the cartoon.

    Trivia, when IT gave us the sneak previews of this doll, all three miniature preview pictures showed us things that had no relation to Sean at all, head sculpt created for earlier doll, wristwatch he never wore in the cartoon, different color of sleeve, and different color of shoes.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 5 March 2016.
    Ready to ship: 7 March 2016.
    Original price: $130.
    Offer type: W Club.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Color Infusion: Callum Windsor / Sean Harrison / The Monarchs: Tajinder Chowdhury / The Monarchs: Dalpinder Chowdhury.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Black.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Box sleeve: Front. Side. Back.
    Doll box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side. Back.
    Inside: Accessories. Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands: Palms.

    Alternate hands: Palms. In bag.

    Jacket: Blue with a fine striped texture, with lapels, and two decorative buttons at the end of each sleeve. Aquablue lining fabric inside aswell as on the backside under the neck of the collar, and a tag to the left inside with the Jem and The Holograms logo and it says 2014 on the backside. One hook and eye closure. Open, back.

    Shirt: Lightblue with two thick horizontal lines of pink fabric on the front, pink fabric under the collar, and pink fabric on the cuffs of the sleeves which a sewn closed and have a decorative pink button on each. No lining fabric inside. Four hook and eye closures on front. On doll. Open. Back.

    Pants: Purple with black vertical stripes, pleated on front and back, with actual working pockets on the sides and pretend pockets on the back. Purple lining fabric inside, and tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2014 on the backside. Hook and eye closure in front, and purple zipper. Open. Back.

    Belt: Pink leatherlike fabric, white on the inside. Pink metal belt buckle. Reverse side.

    Socks: Dark blue slightly shiny fabric. Back. In bag.

    Shoes: Loafers in darkblue leather-like fabric. Lightyellow/beige insoles, and black outer soles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Brooch: Golden metal brooches with a design consisting of aqua and orange dots, and double golden metal chains between them. On the back are magnets on each, aswell a loose magnet for each to place on the inside of the jacket to make them stay in place. Back.

    Wristwatch: Miniature metal watch, with a red, white and blue band an a metal buckle on the back. Packaged.

    Script: Miniature doublefolded cardboard print, that says "Starlight Music present STARBRIGHT Screen Play by Jem and The Holograms Directed by: Anothony Julian Produced by Howard Sands FINAL SHOOTING SCRIPT July 1985". Refers to the cartoon trilogy Starbright episodes, although Sean was not part of it. Back.

    Letter: Miniature cardboard print with a letter from Pizzazz to Sean, that says "Dear Sean, We make such a hot couple, let me write you a song! Pizzazz XOX" and has a black lipprint. A made up letter based on the story in the cartoon episode Scandal.

    Photo: Miniature cardboard print of a photo taken in the cartoon episode Scandal, with Jetta, Sean and Pizzazz.

    Stand: Black plastic base, in oval shape, with a print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole, and a hole on the left and right side to plug in power cables. Text print on the underside says 2014. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. Black plastic underarm support, to put on top of the pole to hold the doll. 3 pieces in total. Underarm support in bag.

    Certificate of authenticity: Glossed hotpink card with the Jem and the Holograms logo. Says "Ultra-limited edition", and has the Integrity Toys and Hasbro logos.

    Instructions: White glossed paper with purple print, with instructions for male dolls, removal of hands and feet, assembling the stand, aswell as warning about choking hazard for small parts and for wetting flocked hair.

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


  • Rock 'N Roll Royalty Riot Llewelyn 14058
    RIOT LLEWELYN is ready to rock! Containing all of the pieces required to create some of RIOT's most fierce glam rock looks, our favorite bad boy of rock 'n roll truly looks like Royalty dressed in his military-inspired stage look or his new romantic look!

    One of the most notable male characters in the line, gets his well deserved second edition dolls! Riot's star quality, that sculpt and long blonde hair is a hit also with none-Jem IT collectors.

    This Riot has the Hungarian skin tone, his eyebrows are improved from the previous release where Jem fans thought they were slightly too bright, and he now has side-glancing eyes, now with a mix of green and brown.

    Comes with two outfits from the cartoon. Very high class outfits here, some of the best in this line. Main one, with the red jacket, first appeared in the cartoon episode "The Stingers Hit Town Part Two". Beautiful red fabric used for the jacket, and beautiful golden embroidery on the lapels, even an extra line compared to the cartoon. IT were attentive to details, particularly when making the jacket sleeves, that golden embroidery is hard to spot in the cartoon, but it is correct. The insides of the legs are missing the golden stripe from the cartoon. Boots straps are black instead of yellow as they were in the cartoon. Pants became black on the doll rather than gray. I guess the shorty gloves Riot wore in the cartoon were too complicated to make (or maybe IT didn't think those added alot to the doll look), but it's fine to make them painted hands instead.

    And very clever to choose that particular second outfit for this doll, first introduced in the same episode, since it even kinda creates a third look when the jacket is taken off, which we also see in the cartoon. Veyr well made, with few differences. Scarf has slightly different print. Jacket got less buttons on the doll than in the cartoon. That armband became a little bit bigger on the doll. Yellow stripes on pants became golden on the doll. Maybe the pants should have been tights on the doll, but maybe then it would have been hard to make a golden and elastic fabric. Unlike the first outfit for this doll, this outfit has its actual shorty gloves included.

    This is the first male doll of the line to come with three pairs of hands. Something entirely new here, that originally has no direct relation to Jem really, is the 80's style neon stool. I like this kind of thing when IT added their own touch. It really glammed this release up. Stools were also included with the other three dolls of this collection, Kimber, Stormer and Pizzazz.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 24 May 2016.
    Ready to ship: Ready to ship immediately.
    Original price: $150. W Club members who pre-ordered all four dolls: Riot, Kimber, Stormer, Pizzazz, were given a $25 discount.
    Offer type: IT direct.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Riot / Color Infusion: Ace McFly / Craig Phillips / The Monarchs: Noah Faraday.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Hungarian.
    Hair color: Glam Rock Blond.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Doll box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side left. Side right. Back.
    Inside: Accessories. Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands: Palms.

    Alternate hands: Palms. In bag.

    Alternate hands #2: Palms. In bag.

    Earring: Golden metal with white pearl. For his right ear. In bag.

    Collar: Golden glittery iridescent tinsel weave fabric (same as on waistcoat) pleated in several layers. 5 decorative black plastic round buttons on front. Lined with a mustard satin fabric on the inside. 2 golden plastic pearls on the back for closure. Open. Back. Back open.

    Jacket: Military-inspired tuxedo jacket in red foil fabric. Black velveteen lapels with a golden border in the edges that follows all around the opening of the jacket (including around the black velveteen collar), with horizontal golden embroidered lines and size decorative metallic buttons. Black velveteen at the cuffs of the sleeves, with golden embroidery, and golden border at the edges. Red lining fabric on the inside, aswell as a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo that says 2014 on the back. No closure. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Waistcoat: Golden glittery iridescent tinsel weave fabric (same as on collar). 5 decorative buttons on belly, but opens up in the back where it opens all the way, with 3 hook and eye closures. Lined on the inside with with a mustard satin fabric. No tag on the inside. Open. Back. Back open. Closure.

    Pants: Very darkblue almost dark gray leather-like fabric, with golden stripes along the outsides of the legs. Lined on the inside with a very thin darkblue/gray fabric that resembles the stockings that come with some of the female dolls. Tag inside the left leg, with the Jem and The Holograms logo, and says 2014 on the back. 2 hook and eye closures in the back. Unlike many of the male dolls, these pants don't close on the front but on the back. Back. Side. Closure.

    Belt: Black leather-like fabric with golden metallic buckle. Back. Buckle.

    Shoes: Black leather-like high boots with heels. Four black leatherlike buckles that go around each shoe horizontally with golden metal buckle on the outside of each. Black zipper closure on the back from top to bottom. Black insoles and black leather-like outer soles. Above. Back open. Bag.

    Headband (2nd outfit): Elastic darkgray/black with golden glitter tinsel fabric. Black pearl closure. Closure.

    Scarf (2nd outfit): Bright yellow with black tiger print, on a sturdy fabric, in a triangular shape. Back. Bag.

    Jacket #2 (2nd outfit): Black with a leather-like print. 6 decorative squareshaped golden metal buttons on front. Lined with black satin fabric on inside. Tag inside to the left, with the Jem and The Holograms logo, and says 2014 on the back. 3 black hook and eye closures in the front. Open. Back. Back open. Closure. Tag. Tag back. In bag. Packaged.

    Tank top (2nd outfit): Purple satin, with 3 hook and eye closures in back. Back. Back open.

    Fishnet tank top (2nd outfit): Black fishnet with a satin fabric around openings of top and arms. Opens halfway on the back with 2 black metal buttons for closure. Back. Back open.

    Arm garter: Ruffled elastic white satin fabric with black band in the middle all the way around it. For his right arm. Side. In bag.

    Shorty gloves: Elastic black fishnet fabric. Back.

    Pants #2 (2nd outfit): Black leather-like fabric, with golden stripes print all over along the legs. Actual pockets on front, and decorative pockets on back. Lined on the inside with a black satin belt on top, and then down along the legs a very thin black fabric that resembles stockings fabric. Tag inside the right leg, with the Jem and The Holograms logo, and says 2014 on the back. A black hook and eye closure in the front, and a black zipper. Back. Open.

    Belt #2 (2nd outfit): Black vinyl fabric (same as on shoes) with 14 golden metallic studs along it, and black hook and eye closure. Back.

    Shoes #2 (2nd outfit): Black vinyl (same as on belt) high boots with heels. Folded top with six metal buttons around it. Black zipper closure on the inside from top to bottom. Black insoles and black leather-like outer soles. Above. Open. Bag.

    Stool: Neon yellow acrylic. Side. Underside. In bag.

    Hangers: 2 in metal, made out of wire. In bag.

    Stand: Black plastic base, in oval shape, with a print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole, and a hole on the left and right side to plug in power cables. Text print on the underside says 2014. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. Black plastic underarm support, to put on top of the pole to hold the doll. 3 pieces in total. In bag.

    Certificate of authenticity: Glossed white card with the Jem and the Holograms logo. Says "Ultra-limited edition", and has the Integrity Toys and Hasbro logos.

    Backstage diorama instruction card: Glossed white card, all in black and purple print. With the Jem logo, and instructions on how to pose the box to become the backstage dressing room.

    Instructions: White glossed paper with purple print, with instructions for male dolls, removal of hands and feet, assembling the stand, aswell as warning about choking hazard for small parts and for wetting flocked hair.



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


  • The Bands Breakup Kimber Benton 14067
    KIMBER BENTON is done with the HOLOGRAMS and she's ready to conquer the world with her new duet partner Mary "STORMER" Phillips at her side!

    A very iconic and recognizable Kimber look from the cartoon! Which first appeared in the cartoon episode "Frame Up", and perhaps more iconic in the cartoon episode ' "The Bands Break Up" matched with Stormer's outfit, but also known for being worn together with a set of outfits of the other Holograms.

    Hereby Kimber got her second release, without her bandmembers this time. Probably this look would have been even more amazing if Aja and Shana were released in their "corresponding" looks here. I'm not much for releasing outfits for completion, but in this case Aja's and Shana's corresponding outfits have a completely different design which I like each for their own, and which are only known as a set for appearing together, but in some very iconic moments.

    One of my favorite things about the first IT Kimber, was her thick dark eyebrows. They are replaced with thinner brighter ones here, but which resemble Kimber more as she looked after the original five cartoon episodes. She suddenly looks much softer, but that's a good contrast to Kimber's second look included here.

    Excited to see the mustard outfit interpreted as gold, although the cartoon look it was based on had no direct such indications. IT even added a top underneath, and a golden bracelet. In the cartoon she had differently shaped earrings though.

    The "Bad Kimber" look included as an extra head and fashion, with orange hair and badgirl outfit from the episode "Scandal", is legendary IT-gold among us collectors already! , IT shows so much love for the Jem cartoon by giving us this. It was a one-episode thing that really stuck out to us fans. And we did need an orange haired character in this line. And this badgirl is probably a big reason many bought this doll.

    The badgirl look is very much like in the cartoon. I do see some slight differences in eyemakeup, in shape and color, aswell as color of lips. IT toned it down just a notch, but that's fine. She could have had an even angrier look though, like in the cartoon. Perhaps Kimber was supposed to have an anklet around her right boot though, kinda like her necklace. Interesting and nice choice of shiny pants fabric.

    None of these outfits were ever in the Hasbro line. Although the mustard/golden outfit might have supposed to be the FlipSide fashion "Music In The Air", if the cartoon based its look on a very different looking early prototype, which it might have.

    This Kimber set sold well enough on her own, and was the most popular of the On-Stage Collection, beating Riot, Pizzazz, and Stormer.

    If you're confused about the looks in the promotional pictures, IT accidentally switched the necklaces around between the looks. Who can blame them if they mix up two pieces, this must be the doll of this entire line that came with most accessories ever (unless you count the giftsets with more than one doll).

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 24 May 2016. Same time as Bands Breakup Stormer, Rock 'N Royalty Riot, and Designing Woman Pizzazz.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late June/Early July 2016. Shipped on 11 July 2016.
    Original price: $150. If W Club members pre-ordered all four dolls: Riot, Kimber, Stormer, Pizzazz, they were given a $25 discount. $25 pre-order deposit.
    Offer type: IT direct.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Kimber Benton / Clash / Color Infusion: Blue Burkhart.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White (both heads).
    Hair color: Hot Pink (Good Kimber) / Fire Orange (Bad Kimber).
    Quickswitch: Yes.

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

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Doll box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side left. Side right. Back.
    Inside: Accessories. Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Alternate Head: "Bad Kimber" with orange hair and metallic blue/gray and red eyemakeup and darkpink/red lips.

    Hands: Painted nails that match the lips. Palms.

    Alternate hands: Painted nails in perhaps a slightly different pink than the main hands. Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Golden metal.

    Necklace: Golden metal chain with 14 small golden metal balls, and doubled with an extra chain to create the look of two necklaces in different lengths. Close-up.

    Bracelet: Golden metal open bracelet. Back.

    Blouse: Mustard, slightly sheer, with golden boomerang shapes all over. Long sleeves with folded ends that are nailed with a golden nail, and hands need to be removed to take the blouse off. No linining fabric inside, and no tag. 4 hook and eye closures in front. Open. Back. Back open.

    Belt: Golden glittery holographic leather-like fabric, white on the backside, and golden metal buckle. Back.

    Jumpsuit: Mustard in sturdy fabric. White stockingsfabric lining inside, aswell as a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2014 on the back. 4 hook and eye closures in the back. Back. Back open. Closure. Tag. Tag back.

    Shoes: High heel pumps in golden leather-like fabric with a very leather-like texture. White insoles and black leather-like outer soles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Earrings #2: Golden metal disks. For the Bad Kimber look. Back. In bag.

    Necklace #2: Golden metal pearls. For the Bad Kimber look. In bag.

    Collar: Black faux leather with 5 metal studs. Black hook and eye closure. Back. In bag.

    Bracelet #2: Metal (perhaps slightly golden) with spikes all around. For the Bad Kimber look. From above. In bag.

    Bracelet #3: Black metal with spikes all around. For the Bad Kimber look. From above. In bag.

    Bracelet #4: Black metal with three rows of spikes all around. For the Bad Kimber look. From above. In bag.

    Gauntlet: Elastic orange, with a zigzag cut at the top, and pointy at the bottom. To be worn on the right arm by Bad Kimber. Back. In bag.

    Top: Dark orange with black tiger pattern. Dark orange satin linging inside, aswell as a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2014 on the back. Opens up completely in the back, with four hook and eye closures. Open. Back. Back open. Tag back. In bag.

    Pants: Elastic dark blue leather-like fabric with a jeans texture, a metal stud on front. With real pockets on the sides and back. No liner fabric inside and no tag. 2 black hook and eye closures in the back. My advise is to be extra careful with the material on the pants, so it last longer. Back. Closure. In bag.

    Belt #2: Black leather-like with metal belt buckle. For the Bad Kimber look. Back. In bag.

    Belt #3: Black leather-like with 17 metal rivets, and metal belt buckle. For the Bad Kimber look. Back. In bag.

    Belt #4: Black leather-like with 11 metal studs, and metal belt buckle. For the Bad Kimber look. Back. In bag.

    Scarf: Red fabric, with pointy ends. To be tied around the left leg of the jeans for Bad Kimber. In bag.

    Shoes #2: Black high heel knee boots in leather-like fabric. Black insoles and black outer soles. Black laces on the top of the back, and black zippers down to the heels. Back. Zipper. Soles. In bag.

    Stand: Black plastic base, in oval shape, with a print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole, and a hole on the left and right side to plug in power cables. Text print on the underside says 2014. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 black plastic pieces, underarm support and saddle support, to put on top of the pole one at the time, to hold the doll. 4 pieces in total. Underside. Accessories in bag.

    Hanger x2: In metal, made out of wire. In bag.

    Stool: Neon red acrylic. Side. Underside. In bag.

    Instructions: White glossed paper with purple print, with instructions for female dolls, removal of heads, removal of hands, assembling the stand, aswell as warning about choking hazard for small parts. Says "Clash Montgomery" so I guess the re-used the same instructions. Marked 2014. In bag.

    Backstage diorama instruction card: Glossed white card, all in black and purple print. With the Jem logo, and instructions on how to pose the box to become the backstage dressing room.

    Certificate of authenticity: Glossed white card with the Jem and the Holograms logo. Says "Ultra-limited edition", and has the Integrity Toys and Hasbro logos. Marked 2016. In bag.



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


  • The Bands Breakup Mary "Stormer" Phillips 14068
    Mary "STORMER" Phillips is done with the Misfits and she's ready to conquer the world with her new duet partner KIMBER BENTON™ at her side!

    Time for another edition of Stormer, which is part of the Bands Break Up theme within the On-Stage collection. The main outfit is a 80's doll line 1986 Smashin' Fashion called "Makin' Mischief", but also a classic cartoon fashion since it was the second actual fashion (that wasn't just a music video fashion) she ever wore in the cartoon, introduced in the episode "Disaster". Also recognizable from when Stormer and Kimber left their bands in the cartoon episode "The Bands Break Up".

    I really like this look. Although it's very different compared to the 80's doll fashion, which had no hairpiece, no earrings, no necklace, and no bracelet. The 80's fashion was not a dress and tights, but a jumpsuit with a skirt, and the shoes were not pumps but sandals. Plus the 80's fashion had different color tones on everything, and no dots on the belt and socks.

    So it's safe to say IT based this fashion mostly on the cartoon version. But IT made the dress brighter, and I might have wished the dress was slightly longer. Nice touch on the earrings, necklace, and nice to see Stormer with another hairpiece than her flower. IT made the blueish tights more purple and removed it's lines, and added a bracelet.

    I really like the changes in makeup which more resemble her cartoon look, and the new shape of eyebrows gives her more of an expression and feels like they fit the occasion of the Bands Break Up.

    Her second dress is part of a set of matching outfits for the other Misfits, where the corresponding versions for Pizzazz and Roxy were later released as a bonus with the remaining stock of their original releases, and Jetta's in a set of Matching Medley fashions in 2022. This outfit first appeared in the cartoon episode "The Music Awards Part 2", and even this was seen with Kimber in "The Bands Break Up". Correct colors, also the shoes. Dress looks kinda short on the doll.

    Interesting choice of IT how they did that black part of the dress, because I always envisioned it in the cartoon as black feathers. The earrings and bracelets do not belong to this fashion in the cartoon, instead she has small pearl earrings, but these particular earrings are seen with one of her other outfits in the episode "The Bands Break Up" and is a nice extra.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 24 May 2016. Same time as Bands Break Up Kimber, and Designing Woman Pizzazz.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late summer 2016. Shipped on 21 June 2016.
    Original price: $150. W Club members who pre-ordered all four dolls: Riot, Kimber, Stormer, Pizzazz, were given a $25 discount. $25 pre-order deposit.
    Offer type: This was a pre-order from IT direct.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Stormer / Color Infusion: Zara Wade.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Electric Blue.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Doll box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side. Side 2. Back.
    Inside: Accessories. Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands: .

    Alternate hands: Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Pink metal earrings, in open drop shape, each in two separate pieces to be connected. Packaged. In bag.

    Necklace: 46 pink pearls with metal closure. Packaged. In bag.

    Bracelet: Pink metal, with unpainted golden (can easily be mistaken for silver) stripe in the middle. Packaged. In bag.

    Hairpiece: Pink fabric covered with bright purple dots (same fabric as on belt), with four layers of pink tulle fabric in almost the center of the belt. Lined with the same fabric on the inside. Pink pearl and eye closure. Back. Straight. Straight back. Bag.

    Dress: On doll. Open. Back. Back open.

    Belt: Pink fabric covered with bright purple dots (same fabric as on hairpiece), curved and pleated in layers, with four layers of pink tulle fabric in the shape of leaves at one of the ends of the belt. Lined with pink satin fabric on the inside. Hook and eye closure. Back. On doll.

    Pants: Slightly elastic shiny purple tights, with elastic waist. The fabric can bleed color and cause stain to the doll or other clothing peices, if stored against something over a period of time in warm temperatures, so consider storing this clothing piece separately. An extra note of caution was included by Integrity Toys about this. On doll. Back.

    Stockings: Skincolored with elastic waist. Included as an extra, to protect the legs of the doll from being stained by the color of the pants. On doll. Back.

    Socks: Elastic pink fabric covered with bright purple dots (not same fabric as hairpiece and belt, but same print), folded on top. On doll.

    Shoes: High heel shoes in darkpurple leatherlike fabric, with silver colored insoles, and black leather-like outer soles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Flower: 3 layers of dark orange fabricm on a green plastic stem, and yellow plastic stamen in the middle inside. Back.

    Earrings #2: Black metal earrings, in open rhombus shape, each in two separate pieces to be connected. Side. Packaged. In bag.

    Bracelet #2: Black metal, open shape. Packaged. In bag.

    Dress #2: Red satin minidress with long sleeves, and black leather-like fabric in the shape of feathers in the middle from top to bottom aswell as around the top. Lined with a different red satin fabric inside, aswell as a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo that says 2014 on the back. Opens up halfway down on the back, with a red zipper closure. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back. In bag.

    Panties: A very thin black fabric that resembles the stockingsfabric, in two layers, with black hook and eye closure on back. Open. Back.

    Shoes #2: High heel shoes in red leatherlike fabric, with silver colored insoles, and black leather-like outer soles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    2 Hangers: In metal, made out of wire. Bag.

    Stool: Neon red acrylic. Side. Underside. In bag.

    Stand: Black plastic base, in oval shape, with a print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole, and a hole on the left and right side to plug in power cables. Text print on the underside says 2014. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 black plastic pieces, underarm support and saddle support, to put on top of the pole one at the time, to hold the doll. 4 pieces in total. Pole. Underside. Accessories in bag. In bag.

    Instructions: White glossed paper with purple print, with instructions for female dolls, removal of hands, assembling the stand, aswell as warning about choking hazard for small parts. In bag.

    Certificate of authenticity: Glossed white card with the Jem and the Holograms logo. Says "Ultra-limited edition", and has the Integrity Toys and Hasbro logos. In bag.

    Backstage diorama instruction card: Glossed white card, all in black and purple print. With the Jem logo, and instructions on how to pose the box to become the backstage dressing room.

    Caution note: A warning that the fabric of the pants may stain the doll legs with color, and that an extra pair of stockings was included to put on inbetween to prevent this. In bag.



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


  • Designing Woman Phyllis Pizzazz Gabor 14078
    Phyllis "PIZZAZZ" Gabor is the ultimate villain in the JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS series and here, she shows us her fierce fashion sense!

    This is a top choice by Integrity Toys for a Pizzazz outfit. A cartoon-only outfit that IT named after a wellknown Misfits song, "Designing Woman" from the cartoon episode "In Stitches", which seems to be a favorite episode of the IT designers, where this fashion was first seen.

    Perhaps not the most unique choice considering they already released Pizzazz in a similar outfit with a coat, for the In Stitches Duet Gift Set with Jem and Pizzazz. But nonetheless an equally beautiful and iconic look.

    Coat (and its sleeves) is a bit shorter than in the cartoon, and IT added buttons in front. The belt was thicker in the cartoon. Sock was longer in the cartoon. Really nice to see things like the high boots, and with a watch on one of them, although the boots were a little shorter in the cartoon, but a nice improvement. The earrings look like a good match, although she is not wearing them on any of the promotional pictures, perhaps they made them afterwards. Amazing that they made all of those wristwatches, and in the correct colors! She wore them on the opposite arms in the cartoon compared to promotional pictures though.

    The big deal with this release though, is this is the first Pizzazz to have a really neon hair color, close to the 80's doll version. Hard to see in the promotional pictures perhaps.

    Also, the extra head was a nice addition. Although very little is known about it since it's a look that might have been released if Hasbro had continued their Jem line in 1988. But a nice update and surprise for the IT line. The extra head has different colored lips, which matches a pair of the hands, although in some of the promo pictures the heads are not matched with the hands that has the same nail color.

    The extra outfit was a very good choice! Also a cartoon-only outfit, first seen in one of my favorite episodes, "In Search Of The Stolen Album". The shape of the dress is correct, according to the IT doll which has very long legs compared to some other doll lines. But because of that, this dress gets longer beneath the waist, than it looks in the cartoon. Although the white tiger print, was more of lighting bolt shapes in the cartoon. The belt looked more yellow in the cartoon, but I'm glad they made it match Pizzazz' hair on the IT doll. The bracelet had another color in the cartoon, which matched the shoes. Really nice to see they made the earrings, but sometimes for this outfit in the cartoon they were hoops instead.

    In the 80's doll line, the name "Designing Woman" was used on a another fashion, a very different looking one.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 24 May 2016. Same time as Bands Break Up Kimber and Stormer.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late June/Early July 2016. Shipped 11 July 2016.
    Original price: $150. W Club members who pre-ordered all four dolls: Riot, Kimber, Stormer, Pizzazz, were given a $25 discount. $25 pre-order deposit.
    Offer type: IT direct.
    Edition size: 500 sets.
    Head sculpt: Pizzazz / Nu.Fantasy: Beast / Danse / Color Infusion: Monroe Jillian / The Industry: Style Lab: Rufus Blue (resized smaller) / Rapture 2.0.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Japan (both heads).
    Hair color: 80's chartreuse (both heads). A new and more neon yellow color, different from all the previous releases of Pizzazz.
    Quickswitch: Yes.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6. Picture 7. Picture 8. Picture 9. Picture 10.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Doll box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side. Side 2. Back.
    Inside: Accessories. Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Alternate head: With the makeup from what is rumored to be a prototype of an unreleased 1988 Pizzazz doll. Packaged.

    Hands: Orange nails, that kinda matches the lip color of the main head. Palms.

    Alternate hands: Orange nails, that kinda matches the lip color of the main head. Palms. In bag.

    Alternate hands #2: Dark pink nails, that kinda matches the lip color of the alternate head. Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Dark pink metal hoops, very thick. Back. In bag with wristwatches.

    Wristwatch #1:. Black metal link. Above. Back. In bag with other wristwatches and main earrings.

    Wristwatch #2:. Black with black leather-like band. Above. Back. In bag with other wristwatches and main earrings.

    Wristwatch #3:. Golden watch with pink leather-like band. Above. Back. In bag with other wristwatches and main earrings.

    Wristwatch #4:. Golden metal watch. Above. Back. In bag with other wristwatches and main earrings.

    Jacket: A long orange blouse, with a folded collar, and folded sleeves, and 7 decorative orange buttons on front. No lining inside. No closure. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Dress: Black satin sleeveless minidress with turtleneck collar, and a white stripe on the skirt part that is covered with 5 decorative studs and opens up halfway down into a slit. Lined inside with a black satin fabric of another kind, and has a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo on the front, and says 2014 on the back. 2 black hook and eye closures in the back of the collar, and black zipper below in the back that opens up more than halfway down. Back. Back open. Slit.

    Belt: Purple leather-like belt, with double prong belt buckle, and three locations of double holes to attach it to. White inside. Back.

    Panties: A very thin black fabric that resembles the stockingsfabric, in two layers, with black hook and eye closure on back. Back. Back open.

    Sock: Elastic hotpink, to be worn on the right leg. Back.

    Boots: Purple leather-like almost knee-high boots, with a golden anklewatch with golden band sewn around the left boot. White insoles. Black leather-like outer soles. Purple zipper closure in the back that goes all the way to the heel. Close-up. Back open. Soles. In bag.

    Earrings #2: Black disc metal. For second outfit. Above. Back. Packaged.

    Bracelet: Black (or dark purple) metal spiral. For second outfit. Packaged.

    Dress #2: Black satin sleeveless minidress in another kind of fabric than the other dress, and a bit longer dress. With a thick piece of white fabric with zebra stripes from the top to the bottom. A slit in the middle on the back. Lined inside with a black satin fabric of another kind, and has a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo on the front, and says 2014 on the back. Black zipper closure in the back that opens up more than halfway down. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Belt #2: Shiny yellow leather-like belt in double length, with dark grey metal belt buckle. White inside. Close-up. Back.

    Shoes #2: Dark pink leather-like high heels. Dark silver insoles, and black outer soles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Microphone: Plastic cordless mike, with black handle, and silver chromed top, button and bottom. Disassembled. Bottom. In bag.

    Hanger x2: 2 in metal, made out of wire. In bag.

    Stool: Neon red acrylic. Side. Underside. In bag.

    Stand: Black plastic base, in oval shape, with a print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole, and a hole on the left and right side to plug in power cables. Text print on the underside says 2014. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 black plastic pieces, underarm support and saddle support, to put on top of the pole one at the time, to hold the doll. 4 pieces in total. Underside. Pole extended. In bag.

    Instructions: White glossed paper with purple print, with instructions for female dolls, removal of heads, removal of hands, assembling the stand, aswell as warning about choking hazard for small parts. Says "Clash Montgomery" so I guess the re-used the same instructions.

    Certificate of authenticity: Glossed white card with the Jem and the Holograms logo. Says "Ultra-limited edition", and has the Integrity Toys and Hasbro logos.

    Backstage diorama instruction card: Glossed white card, all in black and purple print. With the Jem logo, and instructions on how to pose the box to become the backstage dressing room.



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


  • Graphix 14092
    Little is known about the mysterious valley girl who simply calls herself Graphix other than she loves mischief and hanging out with her friends THE MISFITS. A natural born illustrator with a ton of raw, yet misdirected talent, GRAPHIX only wants to see her work in print, no matter if it involves defacing public property with the most amazing graffiti that anyone has ever seen or by creating rockin', design award-winning album covers for her favorite rock bands!

    Here she is! The Stingers' mysterious friend aswell as Misfits rival. Graphix was once planned for the 80's Jem Hasbro line, aswell as the cartoon, and she even became a Hasbro prototype.

    Some Jem fans disagreed with the choice of making Graphix into a doll, read more on the mystery page. Because, unlike other plans for 1988, Graphix was consciously scrapped by Hasbro, and was not going to happen even if the 80's line had continued.

    The source material was limited to a few doll prototype pictures, and there is no official artwork, only completely unofficial artwork made decades later by Jem fans. And although Christy Marx created a description for this character, she never planned any script for her for the cartoon, and no cartoon art is known. Also, the IT line already had so many blonde female dolls released, and some fans had other dreams they wanted to come true as IT dolls, like characters that actually appeared repeatedly in the cartoon and were created by Christy Marx herself.

    But Graphix had enough fans that dreamt of this mysterious character to be made. And now that this doll was created, Hasbro officially approved Graphix, so now she is official!

    Many interpreted Graphix as a Misfits friend. Infact this was the first doll to come with a box with an inside that featured text like "Pizzazz rocks!". Although, Graphix wasn't going to even like the Misfits according to Christy Marx, but was a Stingers fan. But to this day many IT collectors regard her as a Misfits friend because the Misfits had so few friends released compared to the Holograms. Well the Stingers had even less friends, so don't take Graphix away from them.

    IT went with really yellow hair this time, unlike with Lindsey and Video. This doll infact has something very exciting for this line, haircolor prints, in form of red polka dots and green squares. Although apparently it wears off slightly if washed. In the yellow hair are also a hard-to-spot-in-pictures streaks of light blonde. The makeup on the cheeks looks great! And I really like that they made the eyebrows blue.

    Some collectors had a jacket custom made for them, which resembles the one in the prototype pictures. I really like the fabric used on the skirt, kinda holographic in a way if you see its material and texture in real life, but a fragile material, so handle with care. The skirt thankfully became longer on the IT doll than in the prototypes. And also the shoes changed on the IT doll to higher boots with laces. The IT doll got a portfolio instead of that unknown accessory the 80's doll had. The IT doll got a Misfits bracelet in red, and spraypaint cans which we don't know if the 80's doll would have come with.

    This doll, aswell as the 1988 head IT released with the Desiging Woman Pizzazz doll, is part of a Jem-world we never really knew, so you almost shiver as you look at it, and wonder what Hasbro wanted to say with Graphix. What we do know is that she's a graffiti artist who shakes things around wherever she arrives!

    IT did an amazing prototype, and then based the amount they made upon pre-orders. We never even learned how many were made, but the edition size is believed to be 400 or less.

    This is the first doll in this line, where IT didn't use the real name, only the stage name, and not even the last name. Her full name is Gwen Snyder. This is the only official doll this year where the fashion pieces and accessories are actually marked 2016 rather than 2014. Some of these dolls were accidentally shipped in Zipper boxes. Prototype heads of this doll are quite common to find for sale online.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 2 November 2016.
    Ready to ship: Estimated February 2017. Shipped on week of 3 March 2017.
    Original price: $130. Pre-order deposit of $30.
    Offer type: W Club exclusive.
    Edition size: Not announced, believed to be 500 or less or 400 or less.
    Head sculpt: Roxy / Color Infusion: Tilda Brisby / Katy Keene: Gloria Grandbuilt / Graphix.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Hungarian.
    Hair color: Honey Yellow With Colorful Sprayed Spots.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Doll box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side. Back.
    Inside: Accessories. Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands: With painted nails in red, matching her lips. Palms.

    Alternate hands: With painted nails in red, matching her lips. Palms. In bag.

    Shirt: Elastic white with prints in black/green/yellow/red/blue in shapes of zigzag/triangles/lines/checkers, with long sleeves and turtleneck. Not so tight around the waist, but that's how it's designed. No lining fabric inside. Tag inside has the Jem logo and says 2016 on the back. Opens more than halfway down in the back, with 3 hook and eye closures in the back. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: Red leather-like with almost holographic texture, slit in the back. Tag inside with the Jem and The Holograms logo, and says 2016 on the backside. 2 hook and eye closures in the back. Very tight to take off, and it risks damaging the fabric. This is the first skirt in this line that isn't lined with a fabric inside. The fabric is perhaps the most sensitive out of any fabrics in the line for moist, which will make it lose its shininess, texture, aswell as make it sticky. Back. Back open.

    Tights: Elastic white with prints in black/green/yellow/red/blue in shapes of zigzag/triangles/lines/checkers, and not open at the feet. No lining fabric inside. No tag inside. 2 hook and eye closures in the back. Back. Back open.

    Boots: High heel, with red vinyl-like fabric, red shoelaces aswell as a strap and buckle on top. Silver colored insoles, and black outer soles. Red zipper in the back that goes all the way down to the heel. In bag.

    Earrings: Red metal hoops, each in two pieces connected. In bag with bracelets.

    Bracelets: Red metal, one thicker and one thinner, both with spikes all around them. Same shape as have previously been released with the Misfits dolls. In bag with earrings.

    Spray cans: 3 in silver colored resin plastic, with black top, and green, pink or orange covers, aswell as matching labels that say "Hot Shades spray paint" with a triangle shape below. Some of these vary in size slightly, some can't stand up on their own, and although the covers can be put on the bottles the fit varies. Back.

    Portfolio: Red vinyl fabric, says GRAPHIX in black and white print aswell as shapes of triangles/lines/checkers/zigzag in yellow/green/blue/black, and handles in the same red vinyl attached with metal rivets and buckles. Red lining inside, with a pocket on one side to hold the cardboard Misfits poster and album, and two elastic red bands crossing each other on the other. Opens up all the way around, with red zipper and 2 red zipper closures. Some of the zippers can be quite difficult to open. Repeated from the IT doll Regine, and very similar except for a different sewing on the handle, slightly different rivets and buckles. Back.

    Poster: Miniature cardboard print Misfits poster, based on the poster included with the 80's Misfits dolls, but with an updated Misfits logo instead of the Jem logo.

    Album: Miniature cardboard print of the Misfits album cover seen in the cartoon episode Glitter and Gold.

    Stand: Black plastic base, in oval shape, with a print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole, and a hole on the left and right side to plug in power cables. Text print on the underside says 2016. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 black plastic pieces, underarm support and saddle support, to put on top of the pole one at the time, to hold the doll. 4 pieces in total.

    Certificate of authenticity: Glossed white card with the Jem and the Holograms logo. Says "Ultra-limited edition", 2016, and has the Integrity Toys and Hasbro logos.

    Instructions: White fine paper with purple print, with instructions for female dolls, removal of hands, assembling the stand, aswell as warning about choking hazard for small parts. Marked 2014.

    Other info on this site:
    1988 dolls.
    Mysteries.


  • Phyllis Pizzazz Gabor Bonus "At The Awards" dress 14031A
    The original "bad girl" of the JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS cartoon drama is ready for her big evening at the Awards Ceremony wearing her new rockin' on-stage look.

    Pizzazz gets a bonus outfit to match Stormer's, also this one first appeared in the cartoon episode "The Music Awards Part 2". For completion, this is a must for Jem fans. But it's also a notch better than Stormer's version, more detailed shoulders and a boa. The shoes though, are just the shoes included with the main outfit. Just as with Stormer's outfit, the center part of the dress is a cutout kinda faux leather material, rather than what I would had done, feathers or some kind of soft boa material. Otherwise very close to the cartoon look. Boa was perhaps more orange in cartoon, and shoes were violet.

    I like that this dress is longer than Stormer's version, because it was kinda short.

    This release of course also included everything that was included with the original release of Pizzazz.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 1 December 2016. Same time as Bonus fashions for Roxy, Stormer, Rapture and Minx.
    Ready to ship: Immediately.
    Original price: $119 including the original Pizzazz doll.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive. No limits of purchases.
    Edition size: 175 dolls.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Inside: Liner (and close-up). Fashion in bag.

    Contents:
    Dress: Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back. In bag with boa.

    Boa: In bag with dress.

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


  • Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini Bonus "I'm With Her" dress 14032A
    ROXY shows us how proud she is of being one of the lead guitarists of THE MISFITS by donning a look that complements her band-mates to a "T". Will they win the big award that they are after? Who cares, right? They'll look fabulous in front of the world and that's all the MISFITS really care about!

    Roxy's corresponding outfit for Stormer and Pizzazz, both of which have also been released with their version of this set of fashions. I don't really understand the title they choose for this (perhaps a quote from an early episode from before this fashion appeared) but this is my favorite look of the three. That black fabric looks better just staying on top like here.

    Unlike for Pizzazz, this seems quite simple, a one piece extra. But it's good match for the cartoon, and it's a long dress and looks hard to make. But she wore black pumps in the cartoon. The sandals she wore with her original outfit, don't quite work with this bonus outfit.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 1 December 2016. Same time as Bonus fashions for Pizzazz, Stormer, Rapture and Minx.
    Ready to ship: Immediately.
    Original price: $119 including the original Roxy doll.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive. No limits of purchases.
    Edition size: 225 dolls.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Inside: Liner (and close-up). Fashion in bag.

    Contents:
    Dress: Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back. In bag.

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


  • Mary "Stormer" Phillips Bonus "I'm Okay" outfit 14033A
    When STORMER has a hard time dealing with her band-mates' lack of dedication to their crafts, she just storms out and finds a surprise partner in KIMBER BENTON! The two go on to make beautiful music together and now, STORMER can wear one of her favorite looks to perform on-stage with her new best friend!

    The remaining Stormer dolls in stock were released with a bonus outfit. Although the Pizzazz and Roxy re-release of this set were matches to complete the previous Stormer doll, so this one doesn't match theirs.

    So, here comes a third outfit for Stormer. The best one yet! There are perhaps more recognizable looks for Stormer, but this is a full look in several pieces, and it even matches Kimber since it appeared in the episode "The Bands Break Up" when Stormer joined Kimber. It's a look I like very much from the cartoon, and very happy to see IT made it happen at this point.

    Colors are perhaps a little bit brighter on the doll than in the cartoon. In the cartoon she had an orange bracelet, earrings, boots and socks.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 1 December 2016. Same time as Bonus fashions for Pizzazz, Roxy, Rapture and Minx.
    Ready to ship: Ready to ship immediately.
    Original price: $119 including the original Stormer doll.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive. Members priority of 24 hours. No limits of purchases.
    Edition size: 165 sets.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Inside: Liner (and close-up). Fashion in bag.

    Contents:
    Headband: Back. In bag.

    Scarf: Back. In bag.

    Jacket: Open. Back. Tag. Tag back. In bag.

    Top: Back. Back open. In bag.

    Skirt: Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back. In bag.

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


  • Rapture Ashe Bonus "Destiny" outfit 14038A
    RAPTURE ASHE loves to play tricks and make believe that she's some big psychic mind reader or healer, much to the disadvantage of the poor souls who fall for her shenanigans. Now with her new look, she can be more mischievous than ever; fans beware, RAPTURE is ready to dazzle you. It's nothing less than destiny!

    Maybe just the third most common look for Rapture, but I think most agree this is a great one for her, as good as the Minx choice and a perfect match for it. And even if not colorwise, this is also the match for the main outfit of the second Riot doll, since they appeared together in the cartoon.

    First seen in the cartoon episode "The Stingers Hit Town Part Two". The name "Destiny" refers to a song title from a later episode where this fashion was not seen. The most beautiful part of this release must be the jacket, so carefully done into perfection.

    In the cartoon this came with a necklace, some slightly different bracelets, and white boots. Otherwise a close match.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 1 December 2016. Same time as Bonus fashions for Pizzazz, Roxy, Stormer and Minx.
    Ready to ship: Ready to ship immediately.
    Original price: $119 including the original Rapture doll.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive. Members priority of 24 hours. No limits of purchases.
    Edition size: 340 dolls.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Inside: Liner (and close-up). Fashion in bag.

    Contents:
    Jacket: Open. Back. In bag.

    Top: Back. Back open. In bag.

    Skirt: Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back. In bag.

    Gauntlets: Originally this doll came with one, but here are two more. In bag.

    Stockings: Although a pair that look the same already came with this doll, a new pair is included aswell for this look. Back. In bag.

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


  • Minx Kruger Bonus "Are You Feeling Alright?" outfit 14037A
    Now including one of the top fan requested looks for this girl, MINX KRUEGER puts on some major charm to try to steal RIO PACHECO away from JERRICA BENTON. But, will her new playful look be enough to seduce JERRICA's beau away?

    Although this is the same doll which hasn't had a change of last name, it's misspelled here with an extra "E", which is a common misspelling even on many big Jem sites.

    First seen in the episode "The Stingers Hit Town Part Two", and the name "Are You Feeling Alright?" refers to a song in the episode "A Change Of Heart" where this fashion is featured. Of course a perfect choice of fashion to include as a bonus, since they could re-use the same hat. Plus it's a really recognizable and popular look for her, the second most common one. Even the boots fit this style.

    In the cartoon, this outfit included yellow earrings and boots. Belt buckle is a different shape. Stars were bigger on the skirt, but if IT printed the skirt fabric especially for this doll they sure went to alot of trouble to get this look right.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 1 December 2016. Same time as Bonus fashions for Pizzazz, Roxy, Stormer, and Rapture.
    Ready to ship: Ready to ship immediately.
    Original price: $119 including the original Minx doll.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive. Members priority of 24 hours. No limits of purchases.
    Edition size: 360 dolls.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Inside: Liner (and close-up). Fashion in bag.

    Contents:
    Top: Open. Back. Back open. In bag. In bag 2.

    Belt: Buckle close-up. Back. In bag.

    Skirt: Back. Back open. In bag.

    Gauntlets: In bag.

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


  • Jaeme Costas Problem Child (or Jamie / live-action movie Jetta) 85072
    Jaeme Costas provides the sweet, vibrant backup vocals for Dree Hill! Together, these song birds are unbeatable on stage!

    First let me tell you, incase you don't know what this doll is doing on this page. In my opinion, this doll is even more Jem than the official IT Jem dolls are. I'd infact say it's even as much as exactly twice as much of Jem doll than any of the official ones. Because this unofficial Jem doll is a Jem substitute doll for TWO completely different reasons. An absolute must-have for any collector of the Jem line.

    First of all, in the cartoon episode "Midsummer Night's Madness" by Evelyn A. R. Gabai. Jerrica creates a third identity, called Jamie. And this is a very nice substitute for collectors who never got an official Jamie.

    IT has shown their awareness of Jamie's existance by including her in a poll in 2015, and when they even released a doll with the similar name "Jaeme" (assumingly pronounced the same way) for their Color Infusion line, which shares the same body sculpt as their Jem line, shares a matching skin tone with Jamie, and with the same head sculpt as Jerrica, to me that totally works as Jamie! IT even gave Jaeme a Greek last name, which is interesting because the Jem character was supposed to be Greek and was invented for the episode where they visited Greece. Then IT went and released a second Jaeme (this one) which shares all of the above mentioned things, and even looks like a match to Jamie in haircolor, eye color, skin tone, and the earrings seems like a close match. This Jaeme even comes with a microphone in the same shape as the IT Jem line, and how many of their dolls outside the Jem line comes with a mike?

    Although, the outfit bares no resemblance at all, well only slightly colorwise, and it is a top and skirt. And lipstick color doesn't match though. And officially this is of course not Jamie.

    Integrity Toys have shown their awareness of Jamie in their 2015 poll. But not many Jem fans seemed to want an official doll of Jerrica's third identity, Jamie. Jamie may be the least requested and least notable character of these almost-Jem-dolls, but Jaeme is at the same time by far the doll among these with the most things resembling its "lookalike" Jem character!

    The second reason I consider her a Jem doll, is that this doll, the sculpt, haircolor and style, and even the top, seems to be the doll that IT created as an official doll in their Jem line for the live-action movie. Although they scrapped it when Hasbro told them to do so, because the live-action movie wasn't doing so well. More about the movie resemblance soon!

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Color Infusion Collection.
    Announced on date: 24 Februari 2016.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late april / early may 2016.
    Original price: $110.
    Offer type: Authorized dealers.
    Edition size: 650 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Jerrica Benton / Video / Jem 2.0 / Color Infusion: Jaeme Costas.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Latino.
    Hair color: Brunette.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Doll box: Front Top. Bottom. Side left. Side right. Back.
    Inside: Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands: .

    Earrings:

    Ring:

    Dress:

    Boots: High heel.

    Microphone: Wireless sculpt.

    Stand:

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


  • rare_form_21 (Rio) 14081
    rare_form_21 loves everything that is beautiful and being the center of attention, just like his favorite pony, RARITY. He is a fashion designer and high-profile socialite involved in artistic charities, a social media "it boy".

    Rio isn't exactly overrepresented in the IT Jem line. Two Rios up until this purplehaired doll, and another one in 2020. Compared to Jem's 16 dolls as of 2022. This is not officially Rio, but an IT doll with license from another Hasbro line, My Little Pony. Infact a tribute to a specific pony called Rarity, or rather inspired by MLP enthusiasts and fans. So this character is a "brony". IT actually made a doll based on MLP fans, what an amazingly unusual idea. Very underestimated line, which I wish would have gone on much longer.

    Except for the Hasbro connection, he also has purple hair and the same body sculpt as Rio. Name starts with an "R". And the outfit even resembles one Rio wears in the cartoon.

    Whoever wanted another IT Rio could easily imagine this as a substitute. Atleast I couldn't unsee the resemblance. And I found it nice to have a Rio with a brighter purple haircolor, well in the 2020 release he actually got a brighter purple color but not the same as this. IT could have made a doll of any pony with any haircolor I guess, but I'm guessing they hoped this could be a hint to Jem fans who wanted an alternative Rio. If you think it's too far-fetched because he doesn't have the same sculpt, well neither does the 2020 Rio doll, and that worked our perfectly as Rio.

    I wish they would have given him purple eyebrows though. But since he is supposed to be a MLP fan, he probably dyed his hair purple. But not even official IT Rio ever got purple eyebrows.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Heart MLP Collection.
    Announced on date: Announced with artwork for two other characters in the line on 21 september 2015. Doll pictures on 13 August 2016.
    Ready to ship: Expected October 2016. Shipped on 31 October 2016.
    Original price: $130.
    Offer type: IT Direct.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Color Infsuion: Tenzin Dahkling / Heart MLP: rare_form_21 / The Monarchs: Tenzin Dahkling.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Japan.
    Hair color: Bright Purple.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2. Picture 3. Picture 4. Picture 5. Picture 6.

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Carton box (and close-up).
    Box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side left. Side right. Back.
    Inner box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side left. Side right. Back.
    Inside: Accessories. Accessories inside. Accessories back. Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands:

    Alternate hands:

    Glasses:

    Wristwatch:

    Ring:

    Scarf:

    Jacket:

    Shirt:

    Pants:

    Shoes:

    Journal:

    Stand:

    Instructions:

    Certificate of authenticity:

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



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