Planning to write about Jem?
Here on the Material page, you will find pictures and other material and links you can
use to spread information about Jem.
Keep in mind:
- Respect Jem's creators and be sure to mention atleast Hasbro.
- Don't use anything on this page to sell unlicensed Jem stuff.
- For use of content from any other pages of this site, refer to the
Questions & Answers page.
A few screen captures. I know they are low resolution, and I'll try to upload some better ones soon.
These are the fonts used for Jem products in the 80's, and on some of the more recent products aswell.
Probably none of them were created for Jem specificly, other than the Jem and Misfits logo. I can not offer them for download,
just their names and some information, so you can search for them and buy them.
Used in the Jem logo itself. Likely designed by Hasbro especially for Jem, and since nothing
similar has shown up, there were probably no other letters designed.
This is a mystery font that seems to have been used only in the cartoon, where the look even varied.
For another Misfits font, see the back of the Misfits doll boxes or the posters, on the poster Pizzazz is putting up
over a Jem poster. The closest I can find for download, are
fonts like PiRhoHerak, Bizarre, Anger, BeeBopp, or Drakkar Bold.
Used in the logo for the phrase "Truly Outrageous", the name of the dolls on front, and some
larger text on the front of the boxes.
Almost the same font as the above, but with the difference that the letters aren't made to be
written togheter in italic script style, and thereby have a different look, especially noticable
on the lower case letters "r" and "s". This font was used on the new Jem merchandise in 2012, including the
Integrity Toys doll line, where they
renamed "Jem - Truly Outrageous" into "Jem - and The Holograms". But also, this font was used atleast
for some letters in the original 80's line, and even mixed with the correct font, whenever they for
some reason wanted a specific look for certain letters.
This is a very common and timeless font outside the Jem world.
Used on alot of merchandise released by other companies
than Hasbro. A very common font outside of the Jem world also.
Used in all describing text on the boxes, some on front, and a lot on the backside of boxes. Including the
Jemstar Points number and text.
Not so commonly used on other Jem merchandise that wasn't released directly by Hasbro.
Used atleast in some early advertisements for the phrase "Truly Outrageous" along with the Jem logo, aswell
as other text.
Not commonly used for Jem, but was used to write "Truly Outrageous" on the canadian doll boxes,
and the canadian version of the Hasbro boardgame "Rock & Romance". Several similar fonts for this
one, but Murray Hill SB-Regular seems pretty close.
Decided to make your own Jem website? Here's a little help on where to begin,
and perhaps even learn some coding of your own.
- Angelfire - An easy place to make your own Jem
site, for free. No coding knowledge needed. This is where this site started.
- Tripod - Another nice place to create websites for free.
- W3Schools Online Web Tutorials - Maybe the best source for all your coding needs.
Or maybe a blog, online photo album, or even a message board sounds better?
- Tumblr - Here you can start your own blog, especially good for images and short messages.
- Flickr - Or your own photo album for those higher resolution photos.
- Bravenet - And here you can register a bunch of different interactive
features of your own.
If you create a Jem site and want to send me a link, click the "contact" link below.