2016 dolls

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Identifying dolls and accessories: 1986-1987 | 2012-2017

Dolls: 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017

Fashions: 1986 | 1987 | 1988

Playsets: 1986-1988 | 2013-2017

Extras: 1986-1987

Commercials & Ads: 1986-2012

Packaging: 1986-1988 | 2012-2017

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This was the year of several dolls released at once, and of re-released characters, and a couple of single characters that had never been made into dolls before. Only in 2013 had this many different fashion looks been released in the same year. And sadly 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 making a set of dolls, Riot/Stormer/Kimber/Pizzazz, all sold separately and not all with a direct connection to each other, but they all came in a new kind of very special box which was designed as a playset. 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 clear neon chair, and 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 addedd a bonus outfit for purchasing some of the remaining dolls in their stock: Pizzazz, Roxy, Stormer, Minx, and Rapture. These of course came with everything the original doll came with, but I only mention the bonus outfit in the reviews on this page.

It was a clever Christmas surprise of IT which allowed this line to become more successful by selling out their remaining stock. But from the viewpoint of completist collectors it came as a shock, since it meant they had to raise money for five suddenly announced releases which were ready to ship immediately just before Christmas, incase they would sell out. IT did work out payment plans for their customers though to get around this.

It wasn't a superhigh price considering you got a high quality doll and even an extra outfit. Unluckily for IT though, they kinda competed with themselves 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!

    Sean Harrison is a 12.5-inch fully articulated vinyl fashion figure with rooted hair. He is outfitted to a "T" in one of his key looks from the 80's hit series JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS™, faithfully recreated by the Integrity Toys design team! Sean also comes with exclusive character specific paper accessories, his wrist-watch, his "oh so 80s" chain-linked lapel brooch and his stylish penny loafers. A stand is also included. For adult collectors ages 15 and up only.

    So happy to get another guy, especially one that had a big re-appearing role in the cartoon. 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 fans did infact want to be made. The reception has been 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. Personally though I feel there's something unpleasing about the shape of the eyebrows, or is it the nose? Not exactly the Sean we know, but as a whole it looks like him and looks good.

    I like the fabric used on his shirt, looks classy. Interesting choice of IT to make the belt pink, matches the pink stripes they gave him on his shirt. Beautiful work on the brooch, love it when IT does details like this.

    Trivia, when they gave us the sneak previews of this doll, all three miniature preview pictures show things that had no relation to Sean at all, head sculpt created for earlier doll, wristwatch he never wore in the cartoon, wrong color of sleeve, and wrong color of shoes. Skin tone FR White. Limited edition of 500 dolls. Price was $130. W Club members got a 24 hour priority ordering window. Was ready to ship as soon as announced.

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

    Contents:
    Hands.

    Extra hands.

    Jacket:

    Shirt:

    Pants:

    Shoes:

    Brooch:

    Wristwatch: Miniature.

    Photo: Miniature cardboard print of himself with Jetta and Pizzazz.

    Stand: Black.

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode The World Hunger Shindig, by Mary Skrenes. He was actually the first prominent character invented for the cartoon by someone else than Christy. 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 represent him. I also like what he wears in "Scandal", but then we would had gotten white pants. This is the most fun outfit IT could had chosen. The lines on his pants are thinner in the cartoon though. IT made the inside of his collar pink. His belt is barely visible in the cartoon, but it was white. He had no visible wristwatch in the cartoon. He had more violet stripes on his shirt in the cartoon, rather than pink. White shoes in the cartoon. But brooch very much resembles the cartoon.

    80's line: Never released nor planned for it.

    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! This ultra-limited edition fashion figure is offered in a luxurious gift set package that turns into RIOT's private dressing room, complete with neon yellow acrylic stool, a fold down dressing table, hangers and a closet to store his priceless costumes and stage gear!

    I like the idea of a second Riot, very much. If it was up to me, most dolls of Jem herself in this line would had been replaced with another Riot doll instead. Riot was the only other male character than Rio that could stand up with his own second doll in this line. Well I guess he had star quality, and that long blonde hair is probably a seller for non-Jem collectors of IT dolls.

    This Riot has the Hungarian skin tone, his eyebrows are improved from the previous released where Jem fans thought they were too bright, and he now has side-glancing eyes. Comes with two outfits from the cartoon. High class outfits here, some of the best in this line. The main one kinda reminds me of the 80's Michael Jackson. Clever to choose that particular second outfit for this doll, since it even kinda creates even a third look when the jacket is taken off, and both of those looks were seen in the cartoon. We even got two pairs of boots with this doll.

    Something entirely new here, that 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. Limited edition of 500 dolls. Price was $150. This was ready to ship as soon as announced.

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

    Contents:
    Hands.

    Extra hands.

    Jacket:

    Waistcoat:

    Pants:

    Belt:

    Collar:

    Boots:

    Headband (2nd outfit):

    Scarf (2nd outfit):

    Jacket (2nd outfit):

    Tank top (2nd outfit):

    Fishnet tank top (2nd outfit):

    Arm garter:

    Pants (2nd outfit):

    Boots (2nd outfit):

    Stool:

    Hangers: 2.

    Stand: Black.

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: #1: Unlike the previous release, this has darker eyebrows like in the cartoon, but in the cartoon they were all black though, and here they are still light brown. More sparkling fabrics than in the cartoon. The insides of the legs have no golden stripe unlike the cartoon. Boots look different. Pants became black on the doll rather than gray. The lapels on the front has more golden stripes on the doll version than in the cartoon. IT were attentive to details particularly when making the sleeves, that golden embroidery is hard to spot in the cartoon, but it is correct. I guess the shorty gloves Riot wore in the cartoon were too hard to make, but it's fine to skip them.
    #2: Scarf has slightly different print. That armband became a little bit too big on the doll. Yellow stripes on pants became golden on the doll. Maybe the pants should had been tights on the doll, but I realize it would hard to make the correct golden and elastic fabric particularly for this. Jacket got less buttons on the doll than cartoon. Like the first outfit for this doll, this outfit is missing its shorty gloves.

    80's line: No Riot doll was released for the 80's doll line.

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


  • The Bands Break Up 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! Containing all of the pieces required to create two of KIMBER's most outrageous stage looks, everyone's favorite HOLOGRAM is based on the look she wore in the fan favorite episode "The Bands Breakup" and the "Bad Kimber" look from the episode "Scandal" from the hit 80's TV series JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS™! Using the Quickswitch system, you can turn your doll into either look using the two heads supplied. This ultra-limited edition doll is offered in a luxurious gift set package that turns into KIMBER's private dressing room, complete with neon yellow acrylic stool, a fold down dressing table, hangers and a closet to store her wild costumes and stage gear!

    Finally we have a Kimber in a mustard outfit! Infact, some Jem fans didn't like the fact that this outfit was chosen for this release, even though there had been alot of talk about it as an option. But I do. But I might still had preferred another one she wears with Stormer, like Permanent Wave or this or this.

    Hereby Kimber got her second release, without her bandmembers. Probably this look would had been more successful if Aja and Shana were released in their "corresponding" looks here, because that's the association that makes this outfit shine.

    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 nicer, but that's a good contrast to Kimber's second look included here, with orange hair and badgirl outfit from the episode "Scandal".

    The "Bad Kimber" look included as an extra head and fashion, is btw legendary IT-gold among us collectors already! IT shows so much love for this series by giving us this. It was a one-episode thing that really stuck out to us fans. And we did need an orange hair character in this line (I mean one that was meant to have orange hair, unlike Clash). And this badgirl is probably a big reason many bought this doll. This Kimber 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. Skin tone FR White. Limited edition of 500 dolls. Pre-order from IT Direct. Price was $150. Approximate ship date was late June/Early July 2016.

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

    Contents:
    Hands.

    Extra hands.

    Blouse:

    Belt:

    Pants:

    Pumps:

    Earrings:

    Necklace:

    Bracelet: Hangers: 2. Stool:

    Extra head:

    Earrings:

    Belt:

    Belt #2:

    Pants:

    Gauntlet:

    Necklace:

    Collar: Black faux leather with studs.

    Bracelets: 3.

    Scarf: For leg.

    Boots:

    Stand: Black.

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Instructions:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon:
    #1: Excited to see this 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.

    #2: The badgirl outfit is very much 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. I 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 had had an even angrier look though, like in the cartoon.

    80's line:
    None of these outfit 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 it's look on a very different looking early prototype.

    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! Containing all of the pieces required to create two of STORMER's most outrageous stage looks, everyone's favorite Misfit is based on some of the looks she wore in the fan favorite episode "The Bands Breakup" from the hit 80's TV series JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS™! This ultra-limited edition doll is offered in a luxurious gift set package that turns into STORMER's private dressing room, complete with neon pink acrylic stool, a fold down dressing table, hangers and a closet to store her wild costumes and stage gear!

    Stormer gets another release, thanks to Kimber I guess, since they are both part of the Bands Break Up theme within the On-Stage collection. Kind of a surprise that IT released another Stormer here since Aja and Shana hadn't yet been released again although they sold quite well, and Stormer's original release was still left in the IT stock.

    This is a Hasbro doll line outfit first and foremost, but also a classic cartoon fashion since it was the second actual fashion (that wasn't just a music video fashion) she ever wears in the cartoon. I guess this was the absolute most logical choice if Stormer had to be released again. I really like this outfit, except for the socks I guess. IT did it mostly by the book, but I might had wished the dress was slightly longer and darker purple. Nice touch on the earrings, necklace, and nice to see Stormer with another hairpiece than her flower.

    She unfortunately has that same face sculpt which is my least favorite of this line. But it's fine, and why change it by now when IT has set their look for this character, and when so many people like it. But I really like the changes in makeup which more resemble her cartoon look, and eyebrows.

    Her second dress is part of a set of matching outfits for the other Misfits, which were later released for Pizzazz and Roxy as a bonus with the remaining stock of their original releases. Simple enough to be a an extra outfit, but not really an exciting choice of fashion.

    Skin tone FR White. Limited edition of 500 dolls. This was a pre-order from IT Direct. Price was $150. Approximate ship date was late summer 2016.

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

    Contents:
    Hands.

    Extra hands.

    Dress:

    Belt:

    Tights:

    Socks:

    Pumps:

    Earrings:

    Necklace:

    Bracelet:

    Stool:

    Hangers: 2.

    Flower:

    Dress:

    Pumps:

    Stand: Black.

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon:
    #1: This doll features a fashion Stormer wore when they both left their band in the cartoon episode "The Bands Break Up", but which appeared already in the second Jem episode "Disaster". It's safe to say IT based this fashion mostly on the cartoon version. But IT made the dress brighter, the blueish tights more purple and removed it's lines, and added a bracelet.

    #2: First introduced in the episode "The Music Awards Part 2", but even this was seen with Kimber in "The Bands Break Up". Correct colors, even the shoes. Dress looks kinda short, kinda comes across as a nightgown. Interesting choice of IT how they did that black part of the dress, I guess it can be interpreted like that, but I always thought of it in the cartoon as black feathers. I don't think she ever has the bracelet in the cartoon, so that's a nice addition.

    80's line:
    Was called "Makin' Mischief" when released as a Smashin' Fashion in the Hasbro 80's doll line. The 80's fashion 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.

    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! Featuring two glamorous looks from the hit 80's TV series, Designing Woman PIZZAZZ features two different switchable heads that sport a hair color reminiscent of the original 80's PIZZAZZ doll by HASBRO! To mix things up, while the makeup on one head was inspired by the original 80's doll, the second head was inspired by a never produced prototype doll- talk about attention to detail! This ultra-limited edition doll is offered in a luxurious gift set package that turns into PIZZAZZ's private dressing room, complete with neon pink acrylic stool, a fold down dressing table, hangers and a closet to store her electrifying costumes and stage gear!

    This is a top choice by IT for a Pizzazz outfit. Perhaps not the most spectacular one considering they already released Pizzazz in a similar outfit with a coat, for the In Stitches Duet Gift Set with Jem and Pizzazz. But who can complain on this iconic look. Really nice to see things like the high boots, and with a watch on one of them, and cool look with one sock. And all those wristwatches!

    The big deal with this release though, is this is the first Pizzazz to have a really neon hair color, close to the doll version. Hard to see in the promotional pictures perhaps, but I will try to make a comparison picture.

    Also, the extra head was a supernice addition as far as I'm concerned. That's not a fanloved look though, and very little is known about it since it's a look that might had been released if Hasbro had continued their Jem line in 1988. But nontheless a very nice update for the IT line, and they really managed to surprise us with this release.

    The extra outfit was a good choice, and simple enough for being an extra outfit, and they even added that supercool bracelet.

    Skin tone Japan, as always. Limited edition of 500 dolls. This was a pre-order from IT direct. Price was $150. Approximate ship date was late June/Early July 2016.

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

    Contents:
    Hands.

    Extra hands.

    Jacket:

    Dress:

    Belt:

    Sock:

    Boots:

    Wristwatches: 3.

    Ankle watch:

    Bracelet:

    Hangers: 2.

    Stool:

    Extra head:

    Dress:

    Belt:

    Earrings:

    Bracelet:

    Pumps:

    Microphone:

    Stand: Black.

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Instructions:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon
    #1: This doll has a cartoon-only outfit that is named after a wellknown Misfits song, "Designing Woman" from the episode "In Stitches", where this fashion was first seen. Coat (and it's sleeves) and sock were longer in the cartoon. Coat had no buttons in front in the cartoon. Belt was thicker. Boots were shorter. She had earrings in the cartoon. Wore watches on opposite arms in cartoon compared to promotional pictures.

    #2: The shape of the dress is correct, according to the IT doll which has superlong 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 in the cartoon they were hoops instead.

    80's line
    Never seen in the Hasbro line. Although the name "Designing Woman" was used in the doll line on a another fashion, a very different looking one which first appeared in some of the very last episodes of the cartoon.

    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!

    The IT Jem doll #50. Graphix was once planned for the 80's Jem Hasbro line, aswell as the cartoon, and she even became a Hasbro prototype. I, and many others, were against this character being released at first, I've written about this doll on the mystery page. I didn't really have anything against Graphix as far as her style and planned role for the cartoon. But there were a number of reasons why I didn't prefer this character to become an IT doll.

    Unlike other plans for 1988, Graphix was consciously scrapped by Hasbro, for other reasons than because the line was ending, and Graphix was therefore against Hasbro's will and felt as none-Jem to me as Maxie or something.

    There was a very limited source material for her, and the few pictures showed a prototype with a very unfinished look. And Christy never got as far as to plan any script for her.

    Thirdly, the IT line already had as much as about 66% of releases based on the 80's doll line rather than cartoon-based, and already about 16 other blonde/yellow-haired dolls released. And since we realized the line wouldn't last forever and there were a limited amount of spots left for dolls, some of us had other dreams we wanted to come true as IT dolls, like characters that actually did appear several times in the cartoon and were created by our idol Christy Marx herself.

    Graphix was a character that really divided the Jem community. But it turns out Graphix had enough fans that had dreamt of this mysterious character and were willing to buy her. Well now Hasbro officially approved IT to make her, so now she is official, and probably the most mysterious and rare badgirl of the whole line.

    Many Jem fans, and even IT interpreted Graphix as a Misfits friend. This was the first doll to come with a box with an inside that featured text like "Pizzazz rocks!" which is very unlike Graphix who wasn't supposed to even like the Misfits according to Christy Marx herself, but rather be a Stingers fan.

    IT really went yellow this time, which was kinda cool and fresh though because it is very yellow, unlike with Lindsey and Video. This doll infact has something very exciting for this line, haircolor prints, in form of red polka dots, in and green squares. Although it's reported to wear off slightly if washed. In the yellow hair is also a hard-to-spot-in-pictures streak of light blonde.

    She shares head sculpt with Roxy, but got another skin tone, Hungarian. I wish the IT doll didn't have so much black eyeliner though, but makeup on the cheeks looks great.

    I really like the fabric used on the skirt, kinda holographic in a way if you see it's material and pattern shift in real life. Would had liked the shirt to be different in any way possible, fabric, shape, and sort of fashionpiece.

    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. Regardless of this doll, I feel we still don't quite know Graphix, just that she is a special character that she's a graffiti artist who shakes things around wherever she arrives, and that she apparently loves late 80's fashion trends for better or worse!

    It was very daring of IT to make this doll. This was a W Club exclusive. They did an amazing prototype, and then based the amount they made upon pre-orders, and it might aswell had turned out to be purchased only by 50 collectors. 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. It's Gwen Snyder btw. Some of these were accidentally shipped in Zipper boxes. Price: $130. A non-refundable deposit of $30.00 was due at pre-order. Estimated ship date approximately February 2017.

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

    Contents:
    Hands.

    Extra hands.

    Shirt:

    Skirt: This is the first ever skirt in this line that isn't lined with a fabric inside.

    Tights:

    Boots:

    Earrings:

    Bracelets:

    Spray cans: Made from resin, and some of these can't actually stand up on their own. Some are different heights.

    Portfolio: Repeated from the IT doll Regine.

    Stand: Black.

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Only a description but no look was created for this character.

    80's line: As far as I can tell from very old prototype pictures, the 1988 Hasbro doll was going to have a jacket in very shiny material that looked like plastic almost. So the stretchy shirt of the IT doll only matches in color and prints. Skirt got longer on the IT doll thankfully. And also the shoes changed on the IT doll to higher boots with laces. The IT doll got a portfolie instead of that weird accessory the 80's doll had. The IT doll got a Misfits bracelet in red. IT doll even came with spraypaint cans which we don't know if the 80's doll would had come with.

    Comic:

    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. Complete with fur boa, this look will help PIZZAZZ stand out with her band-mates in their matching looks!

    Pizzazz gets a bonus outfit to match Stormer. 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 boamaterial. I like that this is longer than Stormer's version, because it was kinda too short.

    This release of course also included everything that was included with the original release of Pizzazz. Edition of 175 dolls. Price was $119. Was ready to ship directly when announced, in December 2016.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Contents:
    Dress:

    Boa:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Very close. Boa was perhaps more orange in cartoon, and shoes were violet.

    80's line: Never released for the doll line.

    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 match for Stormer and Pizzazz, who were also released with their version and color of this set of fashions. I don't really understand the title they choose for this, but this is my favorite look of the three. That black material looks better just staying on top like here. Unlike for Pizzazz this seems quite simple, a one piece extra which required rebuying an entire doll. The sandals she wore with her original outfit, didn't quite work with this bonus outfit.

    This turned out to be the last we ever got of Roxy. It's a shame we never got a second entirely Roxy doll, like Roxy Rumbles with her pink dress, because I'm curious if they would had changed her haircolor to a whiter white, or even blueish white, rather than the ultrablonde this doll has. Edition of 225 dolls. Was announced and ready to ship immediately in December 2016. Price was 119.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Contents:
    Dress:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Good match. But she wore black pumps in the cartoon.

    80's line: Never released in the doll line.

    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!

    Why release a third Stormer? Especially since the Pizzazz and Roxy re-release of this set were matches to complete the previous Stormer doll. Well since the bonus outfits were made to sell existing dolls in IT's online stock, and there were still original Stormer dolls left there (although there were least Stormers left).

    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. Edition of 165 dolls. Price was $119. Was announced and ready to ship immediately in December 2016.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Contents:
    Headband:

    Scarf:

    Jacket:

    Top:

    Skirt:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon:
    Colors are perhaps a little bit brighter on the doll than in the cartoon. Scarf was purple in the cartoon rather than black (well I haven't seen the IT version up close yet). In the cartoon she had an orange bracelet, earrings, boots and socks.

    80's line:
    Never made for the doll line.

    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. . The most beautiful part of this release must be the jacket, so carefully done into perfection. Edition of 340 dolls. Price was $119. Was announced and ready to ship immediately in December 2016.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Contents:
    Jacket:

    Top:

    Skirt:

    Gauntlet: Originally this doll came with one, and here I assume an extra is added.

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon:
    First seen in the episode The Stingers Hit Town Part Two, and "Destiny" refers to a song title from a later episode where this fashion was not seen. In the cartoon this came with a necklace, some slightly different bracelets, and white boots. Otherwise a close match.

    80's line:
    Not released for the doll line.

    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.

    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. Edition of 360 dolls. Price was $119. Was announced and ready to ship immediately in December 2016.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Contents:
    Top:

    Belt:

    Skirt:

    Gauntlets:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon:
    First seen in the episode The Stingers Hit Town Part Two, and "Are You Feeling Alright?" refers to a song in the episode "A Change Of Heart" where this fashion is featured. 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.

    80's line:
    Never released for it.

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


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

    Jaeme Costas is a fully articulated 12.5-inch doll with long, fully rooted hair and hand applied eyelashes. Her trendy floral printed dress creates a totally fashionable look that could not be more "in" this season! Complete with her own wireless microphone, jewelry and high-heeled booties, Jaeme is like music to our soul! For adult collectors ages 15 and up only. This doll cannot stand alone, a doll stand is included.

    IT has shown their awareness of Jamie's existance by mentioning her themselves, 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, skin tone, and with the same head sculpt as Jerrica, I thought that's her! 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 to Greece. Then IT went and released a second Jaeme (this one) which shares all of the mentioned things, and even looks like a perfect match in haircolor, and eye color. 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 slightly colorwise, and it is a top and skirt. And officially this is of course not Jamie, there's no way to say any of the unofficial Jemfan-dubbed dolls by IT are really close enough matches to actually be meant as Jem dolls. They're certainly not marketed that way nor hinted to be. None of the characters were ever released for the 80's doll line, none even have the colorful Jem hair, nor are these very featured characters in the cartoon.

    Not many Jem fans seemed to want an official doll of Jerrica's third identity, Jamie. But I did! Jamie may be the least requested and least notable character of these almost-Jem-dolls Jeff/Jacqui/Jamie/Howard/Rio3, but Jaeme is at the same time by far the doll among these with the most things resembling its "lookalike" Jem character!

    A bunch of Jem fans do agree with me on this, and my conclusion is = if you don't get this Jaeme doll, aswell as the other four unofficial Jem IT dolls, your Jem IT doll collection is definitely not complete. You would be living in denial. Skin tone latino. Limited edition size 650 Dolls. Price was $110. Was made available from IT dealers. Approximate ship date was late April/early May 2016.

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

    Contents:
    Hands.

    Earrings:

    Dress:

    Tights:

    Boots: High heel.

    Ring:

    Microphone: Wireless sculpt.

    Stand:

    Interpretations:
    Cartoon: Introduced in the episode "Midsummer Night's Madness". Jamie was a character created for the cartoon, by Evelyn A. R. Gabai, in one of the most liked Jem episodes, Midsummer Night's Madness. Name is a close match, and origin of last name is a perfect match. Hairstyle isn't a match, but the haircolor is correct and the hair is a match if you release it, because luckily this doll doesn't have bangs. Eye color is a match. Skin tone aswell. Even the earrings seems like a close match. The doll comes with a microphone which to me gives a music connection, although we never see the character in any music situation in the cartoon. Lipstick color doesn't match though, nor outfit and shoes, although they kinda go in the same color tones.

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



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