2022 dolls

Two years beyond the 35th anniversary, and it seemed the line was back to stay. Our imaginations ran wild again, anything felt possible! At this point IT has already released alot of iconic fashions, but there are still so many amazing ones left that would look great in IT doll form, aswell as unreleased characters.

It started the best way possible, with cartoon-only looks for a none-lead character, Roxy. If there is one thing, that IT are good at, except making the worlds most high quality dolls, it's to surprise us with a great mix of different kinds of releases. Two Roxy dolls in the same set, separate fashions, and a Jem doll in one of the fashions left to release from the 80's doll fashions.

Jem fans were very excited to see what else was to come. Fans dreamt of everything from repeats of fashions in different colors, fashions that would match previous ones, extraordinary iconic cartoon looks like magicians and mermaids, the iconic Permanent Wave for Kimber, more characters, Red Johnny Mac and Jem as Beauty, a new Zipper, Flash 'n Sizzle Jem, a new Rapture and Minx matching the Perfect Match Riot, a new Danse, and discussed most of all was a new Synergy in her computer form.

Second announcement was the most iconic of the remaining looks to choose from of the first year 80's fashion, Command Performance, and also appeared in the cartoon with another color, and even as a re-colored version on a doll called Flash 'n Sizzle in 1987. IT announced it in an online webinar, and it turned out they choose the cartoon coloring. Also announced at the same time was a set of three fashions, a Jem look so iconic they could have made it long ago, the unreleased 1988 doll American Beauty which also appeared in the cartoon, Jetta matching outfits for the other Misfits Award Night outfits, and a third version of Jem's main dress but this time in a fabric made to hold better in time compared to the previous releases which some fans had some bad luck with.

New this year was the stands. Same look as the 35th anniversary stands, but with the regular logo instead and no holes in the sides to attach a cord, since no dolls this year came with cords.

Unfortunately in early 2022, IT announced they would be announcing one last collectible this year, and then the line would end again. It turned out the last collectible was a very exciting set of Rapture and Minx, that several fans had been asking for, in their outfits that match the 2020 Riot doll, from Houdini Magic. Some of the coolest outfits they wore in the cartoon in my opinion, and both in different head sculpts. It remains to be seen when the Rapture and Minx doll ship whether they have the 35th anniversary stands or not, since they were apparently meant to be part of that line, matching Riot.

The fun didn't stop there though, atleast not for Jem fans with imagination that had been dreaming of a Jem and Red Johnny Mac set from Beauty And The Rock Promoter. No such thing was released, but a redhead male doll called Maverick, in an outfit that could easily be a substitute for those who wanted Red Johnny Mac. Many Jem fans agreed this was a great replacement option.

Is it too early to dream about a 40th Anniversary line? Well we Jem fans already know what we would want for it!

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  • Roxy Rumbles Roxanne Pelligrini Two-Doll Gift Set 14110
    Tired of her bandmates' antics and constant nagging over the fact that she has yet to learn how to read, Misfits guitarist Roxanne Pelligrini decides to quit the band, hoping to teach everyone around her a lesson they wouldn't forget! Lucky for her, a lottery ticket quite literally flew into her bouffant, teased up 80s do, turning Roxy into the woman she's always wanted to be: a glamorous, rich, and respected celebrity!

    The very first time Roxy became a doll by IT, they used the expression "Roxy Rumbles", the title of an episode where Roxy was featured. But now she is finally released in the outfit associated with that expression, from her own cartoon episode. Or actually even both of the outfits at once, and two dolls at once!

    Roxy seems to have gotten this fashion, which IT refers to as "Polka Dot dress", designed for her own episode (when Jetta's version was also created), but the look was based on previous somewhat matching fashions of Pizzazz and Stormer. This fashion is seen in two of her own music videos "I'm Gonna Change" and "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!".

    This is a hit choice by IT, a character that hasn't been released many times in this line, released in a fashion that isn't just one of the remaining ones from the doll line, but known from a special moment in the cartoon that is all about Roxy. Not all characters had a moment that stood out this much in the cartoon, and especially that was associated with a new fashion, so IT really nailed it. And Roxy happens to be one of my absolute favorite characters.

    Pink isn't the most common color for Roxy, but here we get two very pink outfits. Such a great job on the outfit, which looks so much like in the cartoon. Look at all those details up close, very impressive, perfection. But as I look for details the only difference I can see is the straps of the top, which in the cartoon went around the back of the neck. But wow, they actually made that purple purse of hers! And the earrings! And shoes! I could just stare at this all day. I want it. I need it. So gimme gimme gimme.

    What a cool idea to make the package into the entrance door to the House of Glamour. And did you notice in the promotional pictures that the doors are actually clear plastic, so it really looks like the doors from the cartoon. It practically becomes a playset.

    Sold in the same set as Millionaire Roxy.

    Doll specs:
    Announced on date: 16 October 2021.
    Ready to ship: Expected Ship Date: Late winter 2022. Shipped on .
    Original price: Right-to-buy lottery $240. MSRP $290.
    Offer type: Right-to-buy Lottery. Limited amount available from Sideshow.com.
    Edition size: 600 gift sets.
    Head sculpt: Roxy.
    Body sculpt: CI/Jem V. 1.5.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Pure White.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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:

    Earrings:

    Dress: Light pink top with a dark pink hemline on top, aswell as darkpink straps over the shoudlers, and darkpink waist. Black skirt with darkpink oval polka dots, lightink ruffles with darkpink line on both sides at the top of the dress, going around to the back, and darkpink line with lightpink ruffles at the bottom, aswell as 5 layers of darkpink tulle fabric layers underneath. Lined inside with a lightpink fabric. Tag inside with Jem logo, and says 2021 on the backside. Opens up in the back, halfway down from the top, with 5 hook and eye closures of the new kind.

    Stockings: Skincolored, with elastic waist.

    Shoes:

    Handbag: Purple mocca-like fabric, with black leather-like details and handle. Handle is adjustable in length, and has a golden metal buckle, aswell as golden metal pieces that attaches it to the bag. Black leather-like strap for closure in front with with golden metal buckle. Lined inside with black leather-like fabric.

    Book: Red cardboard cover, which is a screen capture of the book Ba Nee gives Roxy in the cartoon episode "Roxy Rumbles" that says "MY FIRST READER" in another font though, full of with empty actual paper pages.

    Lottery ticket:

    Money:

    Bill:

    Stand: Neon pink transparent acrylic base, in oval shape, with a glittery print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 chromed 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.

    Instructions:

    Certificate of authenticity:

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


  • Roxy Rumbles Roxanne Pelligrini Two-Doll Gift Set 14110
    After spending a truly outrageous sum at the world-famous "House of Glamour" for a complete makeover, Roxy purchases a flamboyant new convertible sports car and drives back home to Philly! Mayhem soon ensued, and hoping that she would hear her message about the importance of literacy, Jem herself has to come to Roxy's rescue to save her from an overzealous IRS representative! In a tale of "rags to riches, back to rags", will this over-the-top rock star ever learn a lesson in humility?

    This is the outfit that probably all Jem fans come to think of when you refer to Roxy Rumbles. Roxy's millionaire dress which she purchases at the House of Glamour after she left the band the Misfits. It's seen in the music video "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!", and was probably a tribute to Marilyn Monroe's "Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend", and perhaps also Madonna's "Material Girl" which was released a couple of years before the Jem episode. The name Misfits infact even has a connection to Marilyn since "The Misfits" was the title of her last finished movie.

    The glamorous side of Roxy. She has had other glamorous looks aswell, but never another classic elegant look like this, and here she has a change of hairstyle aswell. A very logical choice for release as an IT doll. This dolls is likely the favorite of most Jem fans among the two Roxy dolls in this set.

    IT infact let us vote in a poll in 2015 for this outfit to be made already, where they called it "Millionaire Roxy" already then, and most of the other options have since become dolls. And many times over the years Jem fans have asked for this to be made.

    IT surprises us with a new facepaint based on the 80's doll. In the cartoon she wears her regular makeup as seen on the other doll in this set, with this dress, but the green eyemakeup looks cool matched to her pink dress. Only Roxy, the by far baddest of the Misfits, can look this tough and glamorous at the same time.

    Roxy often got the best jewelries in the cartoon, and IT actually even made her necklace for this dress. And the earrings, and a bunch of bracelets!!! These jewelries are sure to be popular among none-Jem IT collectors, aswell as the dress. And she even gets her shopping bags from the House of Glamour.

    IT shows alot of love with their attention to details. This release really is a dream come true, a pink dream.

    Sold in the same set as Roxy Rumbles, also referred to as Misfits Roxy.

    Doll specs:
    Announced on date: 16 October 2021.
    Ready to ship: Expected Ship Date: Late winter 2022. Shipped on .
    Original price: Right-to-buy lottery $240. MSRP $290.
    Offer type: Right-to-buy Lottery. Limited amount available from Sideshow.com.
    Edition size: 600 gift sets.
    Head sculpt: Roxy/Tilda/Gloria/Graphix.
    Body sculpt: CI/Jem V. 1.5.
    Skin tone: Japan.
    Hair color: Pure White.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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:

    Earrings:

    Necklace:

    Bracelets:

    Bracelet #2:

    Bracelet #3:

    Dress:

    Shoes:

    Money:

    Shopping bag:

    Shopping bag #2:

    Money:

    Stand: Neon pink transparent acrylic base, in oval shape, with a glittery print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 chromed 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.

    Instructions:

    Certificate of authenticity:

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


  • Mood I'm In: The TV Show Edition 14113
    Truly outrageous rock star and celebrity extraordinaire, the mysterious JEM herself makes an appearance in a classic look inspired by both the hit 80's TV show JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS and the original toy line by Hasbro! Brought to fans by fans, this love letter to the main star of the show brings on the glamour in one of her more playful looks, and she can't wait to express the many fashion moods that she's in... Strike a pose. JEM is here and she's a hit!

    This is a mix of a cartoon fashion and the doll Flash 'n Sizzle, both of which were different colored versions of one of the remaining 80's doll fashions from the first year, the On Stage fashion Command Performance.

    To me, this is a very 80's dress, and IT made it amazing! I'm happy it did not include Jerrica's "corresponding" hoodie though, since it's not a very fashionable piece.

    This is a memorable outfit that appeared alot in the cartoon. Well mostly in early episodes. And it has an interesting story, since it started out as blue in doll prototype pictures, but became turquoise in the 80's fashion, purple in the cartoon, and pink/lightblue on the Flas 'n Sizzle doll. So IT actually covered four fashions in one here, and obviously choose the best color. I really like when they refer to the cartoon. And the chrome print on the dress is a very nice looking addition which made the whole look alot classier. Although the top part of the dress looks alot darker than in the cartoon.

    The haircolor looks the exact same as the previous two Jem dolls, which I hope they keep using on any future Jem dolls, since it looks so close to the 80's doll and cartoon color and feels so full. I like how they didn't place the hairbow on the doll, but in a plastic bag, since it can be so hard to remove from the doll's hair. I very much appreciate the new zigzag-shaped bracelets, based on ones from the second year of the 80's line. Also very nice to get another microphone for Jem. The shoes are also in a new shape, which is a first for this line, because they come in full plastic piece as the heel and and outsole.

    And I really like the beautiful retro packaging which is referring to one of my favorite moments in the cartoon, the music video "Love Is Doin' It To Me", and the packaging is actually a carry-case, with a sturdy metal handle. A nice way to store the doll, but if the inner packaging isn't stored inside, it isn't tight enough to stay close on its own.

    So, instead of Farewell Jem in 2017, this became the last Jem, as far as we know. Very nice that they made three more Jem's after 2017, and this retro look covered another one from the 80's doll line which made alot of Jem fans happy.

    Doll specs:
    Announced on date: 13 November 2021
    Ready to ship: Expected Ship Date: Summer 2022. Shipped on .
    Original price: $155.
    Offer type: Members-only "made to order" pre-order.
    Edition size: Not announced yet.
    Head sculpt: Jem.
    Body sculpt: CI/Jem V. 1.5.
    Foot sculpt: The Industry High Heeled Feet.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Pale Pink.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

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

    Contents:
    Hands: The hands she came wearing. Dark pink nails that matches lips color. Palms.

    Alternate hands: Gripping style. Same nail color as the main hands. Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Red chromed metal starshaped with red glitter. Back. In bag.

    Necklace: About 87 pink pearls and metal closure in the ends. In bag with the other necklace.

    Necklace #2: Double layer with about 112 pink pearls and metal closure in the ends. In bag with the other necklace.

    Bracelet: Bright lavender colored metal in zigzag style. From above. In bag.

    Bracelet #2: Dark violet metal in zigzag style. From above. In bag.

    Hairbow: Tulle-like fabric in bright lavender and more blueish violet with metallic purple stem and leaves print. Back. In bag.

    Boa: Purple and very realistic looking feathers. No closure. Handle with care. In bag.

    Dress: Dark purple ruffled top, with 3 layers of bright lavender tulle-like fabric on the skirt with metallic purple stem and leaves print on the outer layer, aswell as an inner layer of tulle-like fabric in a more blueish violet color. With a zigzag cut at the bottom of the skirt. Lined inside with a dark purple fabric. Tag inside, to the left inside the top, with Jem logo and says 2021 on the backside. One hool and eye closure at the top, and a purple zipper from the top down to part of the dress. Back. Back open. On doll. Tag.

    Stockings: Lavender with elastic waist. Back. On doll.

    Shoes: Pink pearlized high heel pumps, with white insoles and pink plastic outsoles. Soles. On doll. In bag.

    Microphone: Plastic cordless, with chromed top and button, and violet handle. Removable bottom where a cord can be put in instead. Taken apart. In bag.

    Stand: Neon pink transparent acrylic base, in oval shape, with a glittery print of the Jem and The Holograms logo on top. A hole on top for the pole. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 chromed 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. Base side. Base in bag. Underarm support underside. Underarm support and saddle support in double bag. Underarm support and saddle support in bag.

    Certificate of authenticity: Cardboard, with fading colored background yellow/orange/pink, the Jem and The Holograms logo, Integrity Toys logo in b&w, and Hasbro logo in color. It doesn't say how many dolls were made, but "Ultra-limited edition". White on backside. Came packaged in the back behind the liner for the doll, in a plastic re-sealable bag. Marked 2021.

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


  • Music Medley Fashion Pack! Truly Outrageous! 14114
    Signature classic JEM stage look composed of a ¾ sleeve mini-dress made in shimmery satin fabric, as requested by fans.

    The third time in this line that this look is released. But the reason is not the same as for Glitter 'n Gold Rio. This is Jem's most iconic dress, no noubt. A re-release is great for anyone who missed out collecting this line when it first started, because this would probably be the most wanted fashion.

    But other than this being a slightly different pink than the previous two, one of which had the red belt instead, this is infact made of a different fabric, meant to last longer compared to the previous two which were made of a pleather material. Depending on where you live, like in warm places, and how much you use the fashion of the previous releases, it can start to break. Which is a very sad thing for a collector. IT has listened to the fans, and made this version that will last longer. It will be exciting to see the three dresses up close in reality and compare fabrics and colors.

    This is a pre-order which means IT makes as many as we order. I think this could have sold quite well if it was released to the public in a high edition size. And any collector who was willing to jump in collecting these dolls if they were able to get this particular fashion, will miss out again if they didn't happen to be a W club member months ahead of the announcement of this fashion.

    Not easy to review a fashion I haven't seen yet, since it's still months from its release. But it looks great! They certainly did a perfect belt. Personally I like the slightly brighter color of the dress seen on the 80's doll and in over 90% of the episodes. But I guess the first five episodes where this darker pink version was seen, is more iconic to some, aswell as the 80's doll box art which it also matches.

    And to be clear, this is a fashion released with two other fashions in the same set, and the doll is not included with the fashion. A previously released doll is used to pose this fashion.

    Doll specs:
    Announced on date: 13 November 2021
    Ready to ship: Expected Ship Date: Summer 2022. Shipped on .
    Original price: $135.
    Offer type: Members-only "made to order" pre-order.
    Edition size: Not announced yet.
    For body sculpt: CI/Jem V. 1.5 (fits all dolls in the IT Jem line).

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

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

    Contents:
    Earrings: Red chromed metal starshaped with red glitter. In bag.

    Dress: Dark pink semi-shiny (from certain angles), in stiff fabric. Lined inside with darkpink fabric. Tag inside with Jem logo and says 2021 om the backside. 6 hook and eye closures in the back. The dark color is likely based on the IT doll Classic Jem from 2012.
    Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back. Comparison (with belts) of all three releases of the dress. Comparison 2. Comparison 3.

    Belt: Silver with holographic sheen, with the blue Jem print on front, and silver fringes hanging down. Lined on the inside with white fabric. One hook and eye closure in the back. Open. Back open.

    Stockings: White and silver, with elastic waist. Back.

    Shoes: Pink with holographic sheen, high heel pumps. White insoles and beige leather-like outsoles. Soles.

    Hanger: Dark pink plastic. Back.

    Certificate of authenticity: One for all three fashions in this set.

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


  • Music Medley Fashion Pack! American Beauty 14114
    "Red, White, and Blue" frilly dress for JEM inspired by the vibrant colors of the American flag.

    One of the remaining top looks for Jem has finally been released! A fashion that looked great in the 80's, and no surprise it looks fantastic in IT doll form! A little bit of a shame this wasn't the fashion that included a doll, rather than Mood I'm In Jem. This fashion looks alot better to me, and has more star quality.

    American Beauty is one of the dolls that was planned for release in 1988 before the line ended, but it never made it beyond a preview Hasbro catalog and prototype pictures. It's almost as big of a deal as Rockin' Romance Jem, which is why it's a surprise IT hasn't chosen to make it earlier.

    Those stockings with stars look amazing! Thanks for putting in the extra touch IT. Something tells me IT once considered this as its own doll. So many pieces that come with this fashion, and those earrings. Very nice to see a microphone even. The shoes kinda resemble the ones the She Makes An Impression Raya came with, but it remains to be seen how alike they are in real life.

    And to be clear, this is a fashion released with two other fashions in the same set, and the doll is not included with the fashion. A previously released doll is used to pose this fashion.

    Doll specs:
    Announced on date: 13 November 2021
    Ready to ship: Expected Ship Date: Summer 2022. Shipped on .
    Original price: $135.
    Offer type: Members-only "made to order" pre-order.
    Edition size: Not announced yet.
    For body sculpt: CI/Jem V. 1.5 (fits all dolls in the IT Jem line).

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

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

    Contents:
    Earrings: Dark pink metal starshaped, with darkpink glitter. In the same shape as the regular red star-earrings, but with a bigger regular star dangle hanging down, also with darkpink glitter. Back. In bag with bracelets.

    Bracelet: Blue metal bangle. Above. In bag with earrings and other bracelet.

    Bracelet #2: Metal bangle with spikes all around and 6 miniature gemstones in between. Above. In bag with earrings and other bracelet.

    Hairbow: Two layers of white and silver tulle fabrics, with a layer of red tulle above with printed silverstars, and elastic white band. Back. In bag with microphone.

    Boa: Red tulle fabric in 3 layers, the top layer has silver stars print. Elastic red band in the middle on the backside throughout the entire boa. Back. In bag with stockings.

    Dress: Silver top, with a glittery red hemline around the opening at the top aswell as at bottom hemline of the top, with a shoulderstrap only over the right shoulder with some white and silver tullefabric sticking up (other side has an added white shoulderstrap inside), aswell as a red and a blue diagonal strip across the chest with a bigger red starshaped gem and two blue starshaped gems on the shoulder. Metallic blue ruffled skirt in two layers. Lined with white fabric inside the top, and blue underskirt. Tag inside, with Jem logo, and says 2021 on back. Back. Back open. Gems. Strap. Tag. Tag back.

    Stockings: White and silver with different sized silver stars print in the shape of the star from the Jem logo, with elastic waist. Back. In bag with boa.

    Shoes: Darkblue glittery high heel pumps, with white insoles and black outsoles in leather-like fabric. Not too different than the shoes that came with She Makes An Impression Raya, although Jem's are slightly lighter in color, has a higher cut toebox, and white insoles. Soles. In bag.

    Microphone: Cordless microphone, with chromed top and button, and chromed removable bottom. In bag with hairbow.

    Hanger: Dark pink plastic. Back.

    Certificate of authenticity: One for all three fashions in this set.

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


  • Music Medley Fashion Pack! Award Night 14114
    Fitted, cocktail dress with gathered draping design on the front, featuring precision laser cut metallic green "flame" trims cascading down the center front and at the bust line.

    For completion, here is Jetta's matching outfit for the previously released outfits for the other Misfits. Dubbed "Award Night" by Jem fans, although that name originally referred to a completely different fashion in the 80's doll line, for Jem herself.

    It's kinda fun that the IT Misfits get a matching set of fashions that really look alike. Kinda like IT Jem and the Holograms have their matching Glitter and Gold outfits.

    This set started out with IT's idea of releasing a new Stormer with an extra outfit in 2016, and then the same year for completion including the corresponding fashion with the remaining stock of first edition IT dolls of Pizzazz and Roxy. Since then, some Jem fans have been asking for Jetta's aswell. Jetta's wasn't part of the original set since she appeared much later in the cartoon than the other Misfits aswell as these fashion of theirs, and then Jetta's version of the fashion appeared almost at the end of the cartoon.

    Jetta's Award Night dress set matches her hair unlike any of the other Misfits. But it's black just like Pizzazz'. It looks really cool with the long black gloves. And nice to see IT even made the earrings!

    And to be clear, this is a fashion released with two other fashions in the same set, and the doll is not included with the fashion. A previously released doll is used to pose this fashion.

    Doll specs:
    Announced on date: 13 November 2021
    Ready to ship: Expected Ship Date: Summer 2022. Shipped on .
    Original price: $135.
    Offer type: Members-only "made to order" pre-order.
    Edition size: Not announced yet.
    For body sculpt: CI/Jem V. 1.5 (fits all dolls in the IT Jem line).

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

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

    Contents:
    Hands: Black painted, except for the plug that goes in the arm. To be worn with the gloves to create the illusion of long black gloves. Palms.

    Earrings: Darkgreen metal disk earrings. Side. Back.

    Dress: Black tight with ruffled seam along the middle from the top to bottom, with with a feathershaped leather-like glittery darkgreen shapes over it, aswell as along the opening at the top. Very long dark green ribbons for shoulderstraps on top, to tie around neck. Slit in the bottom on front. Lined with a black fabric inside, aswell as white extra shoulderstraps for support. Tag inside with Jem logo, and says 2021 on the backside. Back. Back open. Straps. Tag. Tag back.

    Gloves: Long black fingerless gloves. The black hands included are to be worn to create the illusion of long black gloves. Back. On hands.

    Shoes: Glittery darkgreen high heel pumps. White insoles and beige outsoles in leather-like fabric. Soles. In bag.

    Hanger: Dark pink plastic. Back.

    Certificate of authenticity: One for all three fashions in this set.

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



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