2015 dolls

Integrity Toys signed up as the official licensor of the Jem doll line for a fourth year and promised a "vibrant lineup of hot dolls" for the 30th anniversary year of Jem, 2015. With never before released dolls based on the cartoon, and "many highly anticipated fan favorite looks" for Jem herself. And they certainly delivered this!

Being the 30th anniversary of the cartoon, this was a big year for the Jem brand, the year when the Jem comic and live-action movie had their premieres. Other companies joined in to celebrate this year aswell, like ShopBop, Manic Panic, Sephora and several others. And Integrity Toys did collaborations with several of them, a doll for ShopBop, and even dolls were apparently in the works at one point based on the characters in the looks in the movie, although those never made it to release.

Integrity Toys already before 2015, on December 6, 2014, offered an early sneak peak of a future doll, which was officially announced in 2015, Lindsey Pierce! A very appreciated character among Jem collectors, from the cartoon.

This year was the first to offer us some substitute Jem dolls, which most of us could agree on resembled Jem characters enough. Characters which we later would realize would probably never be released officially. The W Club membership ugrade doll Ollie Lawson, became many Jem fans' Jeff Wright, Jacqueline O'Rion who became our Jacqui Benton, and Sterling Reise became the filmproducer Howard Sands.

On June 9 Business Wire was actually first to reveal two appreciated male characters that would become dolls for the first time. Anthony Julian and Craig Phillips.

Then we got another male doll, the cartoon bad guy himself, Eric Raymond, also released for the first time ever in doll form.

On top of this, we got four looks of Jem herself. One of which was an exclusive for ShopBop that was doing a Jem line of jewelries and other products this year. And another doll was a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive with a Jerrica Quickswitch head and a very special box shaped as the Eiffel tower.

So this turned out to the be the year of Jem herself, with more looks for Jem than any other year, substitute dolls, aswell the year of male Jem dolls.

Among collectors, there was a slight change in attitude, perhaps more noticable this year than before. This line had now reached beyond many of the most expected characters and looks. Jem IT collectors went from appreciative observers of a high quality line they could barely dream would happen, to having spent money on lots of amazing dolls, and started to more confidentally voice their personal wants for the line.

Since the line had already lasted several years, and outlasted the 80's line in most senses, fans didn't know how long beyond Jem's 30th anniversary Integrity Toys planned to produce their line of high quality collector Jem dolls. So this was our chance to make our voices heard, to hopefully, get those remaining favorite characters and looks that had not yet been released. Fans finally realized they could have some impact. We learned Integrity Toys certainly is full of talent and rensponsiveness to accommodate their customers dreams of many different types of extraordinary collectible dolls and accessories.

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  • 14056
    Well known and respected in the music business, star reporter Lindsey Pierce is the host of Lin-Z TV, the longest running industry news show on VTV, the hottest music video channel there ever was! Lindsey fell in love with the fresh new sound of JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS as soon as she discovered the band and soon took the group under her wing. Extremely well connected in the music industry, Lindsey is largely responsible for taking JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS to new heights by connecting the band with some of her high-profile contacts and playing their music videos non-stop on her show! On the other hand, Lindsey is not a big fan of the Misfits, since Pizzazz trashed her set multiple times in some of her notorious fits of rage.... Oh, all the drama!

    A long awaited and expected choice of a doll (although it was never planned as a doll in the 80's). You could argue she should have been released before Danielle or even before Regine and Astral, that's how recognizable she is in the cartoon. Lindsey was first introduced in the episode "Disaster", but this outfit first appeared in the cartoon episode "Starbright Part One Falling Star". Already in early December 2014, we got a preview showing the top of the head, and it was obvious to Jem fans it was Lindsey and in this outfit.

    The hair is just as curly as it should be, but completely blonde rather than yellow, and a bit longer than in the cartoon (well Integrity Toys always gives us a bit extra).

    The headsculpt is perhaps a slight bit wider than Lindsey's cartoon look in my opinion. Lindsey had no apparent makeup in the cartoon, but she does get several colors here, yellow, green and bright violet.

    When it comes to the outfit, this is probably one of the most 80's looking dolls of the line. Not her first, but definitely her most iconic look with curly hairstyle and her orange/limegreen outfit. The outfit looks very close to her cartoon outfit, although the collar was slightly lower, gloves shorter, belt had some creasing, and boots were higher. She also gets three bracelets, while she had none in the cartoon. The earrings weren't gold in the cartoon, but orange and green, and slightly different but recogizable shape.

    I can't find Lindsey ever had a portable tape recorder, but it is only logical for her to have one, and the logo on it resembles the logo from her show. Lindsey is actually seen several times in the cartoon with a light blue microphone, very observant by Integrity Toys.

    With this release, Integrity Toys has started to take even more care into packaging their Jem dolls by wrapping the box in a layer of fine white tissue paper and including one of those small silica gel packets to prevent moisture inside. Assumingly because their Jem line resulted in alot more dolls being shipped all over the world.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 12 March 2015.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late May/Early June 2015. Shipped around 22 June 2015.
    Original price: $125.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Rapture / Darby Kenner / Lindsey Pierce / Katy Keene: Katy Keene / Stormer 2.0.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Pale Blond.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture.

    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: Nails in same color as lips. The ones she came wearing. They were stained by the green gauntlets she came wearing over them. Not sure wheather it can ble cleaned off. Palms.

    Alternate hands: Nails in same color as lips. Palms. In bag.

    Headband: Bright orange.

    Headband pin: In metal, to keep the headband in place in the back.

    Earrings: Metal with two dots inside, green and orange. Same shape as the Holograms dolls and Video. Side.

    Bracelet: Wide, green, in metal. Above.

    Bracelet #2 x2: 2 thin bracelets, orange, in metal. Above.

    Dress: Orange with turtleneck, sleeveless. Same fabric as headband. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Gauntlets: Bright green. On doll. Back.

    Belt: Wide, low hanging contrasting vinyl belt. Back.

    Stirrup pants: Bright green. Same fabric as gauntlets. Back. Back open.

    Shoes: Orange boots. A new shape again for this line. Soles. In bag.

    Microphone: Chromed top, with light blue handle. Underside. In bag.

    Power cable: Black plastic/rubbery cord, with chromed plastic connectors, to connect the portable tape recorder to the microphone. In bag.

    Portable tape recorder: With cord and grey strap. Stickers came on a sheet to be attached to the recorder. Front.

    Sticker sheet: For recorder.

    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 2012. 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. Base in bag. Supports in bag.

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Instructions:

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


  • Vice Effect Ollie Lawson (Jeff Wright) 85075
    Confident, strong and always a risk taker, this player doesn't fear taboos and is not afraid to experiment with shapes, colors and textures to modernize any retro look and make it his own!

    When it was time to register for the 2015 Integrity Toys W Club, you were able to purchase some exclusive club-only dolls, one was called Ollie Lawson, which looked very recognizable to many Jem collectors.

    With this doll, the Integrity Toys really opened up our attention to their "Color Infusion" line! Ollie Lawson is inspired by Don Johnson in his role as James "Sonny" Crockett from Miami Vice, especially the accessories and the beard and dark mustache. But to many Jem fans he resembles Jeff Wright, Kimber's boyfriend, who first appeared in the cartoon episode "Starbright Part One Falling Star", and whom Kimber almost married in the Jem cartoon. This is the most accepted Jem substitute doll out of them all, among Jem fans, but some fans are still requesting an official Jeff.

    This doll's hair and clothing are the same colors and style as Jeff, and he uses the same body type as the male Jem dolls, which was mentioned in his description. Infact part of the description fits Jeff, who was a stuntman, "Confident, strong and always a risk taker".

    Hair is quite matching, the color and style. Although the doll has more volume to it.

    A bit of trivia is that Ollie uses the same sculpt as Romain, and long before IT had the license to Jem, IT created backgrounds and family trees for their characters, in which Romain is a cousin to the daughters of a character named Jerrica Perrin, which is inspired by Jerrica Benton.

    If you read somewhere that he comes with hand applied eyelashes, it's just a mistake in the W Club mail.

    Jeff had no beard in the cartoon. But some male Jem characters in the cartoon like Rio and Eric actually grew a slight beard in some episodes, so of course Jeff could aswell. Some decided to wipe off Ollie's beard, to make him look even more like Jeff. I'm happy with Ollie as he is, keeping the released look intact.

    This outfit is what we first saw Jeff wearing in the Jem cartoon, and one of the few outfits he wore in more than one episode, infact four, and it's one of his few personal outfits, as we often saw him in different stuntroles, or even wedding clothes. The jacket of the doll is a great match, with extra pockets and buttons, but Jeff wore it without rolled up sleeves. Shirt is a perfect match. Lightgray pants with a crease on front match perfectly. Jeff had a dark gray belt though. Jeff had slightly more lightgray shoes rather than all white, but in the same kind of style. Jeff had no glasses or wristwatch as far as I can find. So these, which correspond more with Crockett, can be considered a bonus for us Jem fans.

    Unlike the actual official Jem dolls in this line, this doll comes in a silver box with a holographic sheen to it, completely unrelated to Jem and with no mention of Jem. And also unlike the Jem line, it has a different stand, no cardboard extras, and no certificate of authenticity.

    As of 2022, no official Jeff has been released. Even if Integrity Toys would release an official Jeff doll later on, they probably wouln't release it in this kind of outfit, because this look has been done now. So either way, this doll was our only chance to get this look. My best bet would be either his motorcycle outfit or his wedding tuxedo to match Kimber.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: Color Infusion.
    Announced on date: 19 January 2015.
    Ready to ship: Estimated summer 2015. Shipped around 10 June 2015.
    Original price: Membership including the doll was $150. Membership alone was $50. $75 deposit in advance.
    Offer type: 2015 W Club exclusive upgrade doll.
    Edition size: 600 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Dark Hunter: Acheron / Fashion Royalty: Romain Perrin / NuFace: Romain Perrin / Color Infusion: Ollie Lawson / The Monarchs: Romain Perrin.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Frosted Blond.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. 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: Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands: The hands he came wearing.

    Alternate hands: Another pose of hands. Palms. In bag.

    Sun glasses: Bronze color metal, with translucent black plastic lenses, and working hinges. Front. Back. In bag with wrist watch.

    Wrist watch: Metal link with analogue watch. No opening, so hand needs to be removed to put this on. In bag with sun glasses.

    Jacket: Lightblue blazer, with a pretend pocket on left chest aswell as on each side in the bottom, 2 decorative lightblue plastic buttons on front, aswell as 4 on the back of each cuff. Lined inside with lightblue fabric, and tag that says IT. 2 hook and eye closures in front. Open. Back.

    Shirt: Elastic pink fabric, with 3 decorative white buttons on top. No lining fabric inside, but a tag that says "IT". Opens up in the back, halfway down from the neck, with 2 hook and eye closures. Sewn closed at the top and needs to be cut open. Back. Back open. Tag.

    Pants: Light blue, almost white, chinos, pleated vertically along the leg in front and back. 5 belt loops around the waist. Working pockets on the sides, and pretend pockets on the back. Lined with lightblue fabric, and tag inside that says "IT". One hook and eye closure in front, and white zipper. Open. Zipper. Back. Tag.

    Shoes: White leather-like slip ons, and the sides are covered with a band of woven basket-like material. Beige insoles and beige leatherlike outsoles. Above. In bag.

    Stand: Black plastic base, in square shape. Two alternate holes on top for the pole. Integrity Toys logo and aswell as website address embossed on the underside. 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.

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


  • Jacqui Benton (Jacqueline O'Rion) 85077
    She definitely makes her presence known on the scene!

    This doll is part of the Color Infusion line by Integrity Toys, which shares the same body sculpts as the Jem line. This is yet another doll, on top of the Jeff (Ollie Lawson) doll, that I list here although it's officially not part of the Jem line.

    As of 2022, this was the closest Integrity Toys ever came to making a Jacqui. Jacqueline has the same headsculpt as the Synergy doll, which reminds me how we are told and shown that Synergy was based upon Jacqui's likeness in the cartoon. The names Jacqui and Jacqueline are quite similar, and the last name "O'Rion" is the name of a constellation of stars, which reminds of us Jacqui's song "Starlight". This doll is blonde like Jacqui, with a similar hairstyle, and the same color of eyes. Although perhaps Jacqui has slightly more yellow hair in the cartoon. We couldn't wish for more, other than perhaps an actual Jacqui outfit. And Integrity Toys actually made a hint about Jacqui by including two cardboard accessories, a mastertape aswell as a song list with her full name with the Synergy doll.

    Whether you view this as Jacqui Benton is up to you, some collectors who even collect doubles of each doll, are skipping this. But to the biggest Jem fans, who waited months and months for more Jem dolls after the 2014 Comic-Con exclusive, or even an announcement of some, this came at the right moment.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Color Infusion Collection.
    Announced on date: 12 March 2015.
    Ready to ship: Approximately late May / early June 2015. Shipped on 31 May 2015 or even earlier.
    Original price: $100.
    Offer type: Pre-order from authorized dealers.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Synergy / Astral / Jacqueline O'Rion.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Blond.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture 2. Picture 3.

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

    Contents:
    Hands: Painted red nails that match the lipstick. Palms.

    Alternate hands: Painted nails that match the lipstick. Palms.

    Earrings: Metal hoops, very thick.

    Bracelet: Metal. Side.

    Dress: Black glittery with hood and long sleeves, straps that go around the neck and connect with black hook and eye closure, a long slit to the left on the front, 4 black hook and eye closures in the back. 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. Back. Tag.

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

    Shoes: Black high heels in leather-like fabric, with open toe, and metal buckle four closure on top. Black insoles and black outer soles. From above. Soles.

    Stand: Black plastic, squareshaped, with two holes on top, and the Integrity Toys logo on the underside aswell as their website URL. Aswell as metal pole, adjustable in height, and black plastic saddle support aswell as underarm support.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.


  • Anthony Julian 14066
    Meet music video director Anthony Julian, friend and collaborator of JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS! The top of the top in the music video biz! Anthony quickly became a close friend with JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS and stole the heart of band member Shana Elmsford! Mr. Julian also won many awards for his collaborations with JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS on iconic music videos such as Twilight in Paris, one of the first pieces that helped give JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS the exposure that they needed to skyrocket their career to the top in record time!

    This was one of my most awaited dolls. He is very involved in several cartoon episodes as a director and is Shana's boyfriend. He infact appeared already in the second episode "Disaster" and was the first boyfriend, except Rio, introduced in the cartoon, and is friends with Video and Lindsey Pierce.

    He comes with a completely new head sculpt, with flocked hair around the sides and back, and rooted curly on top, and he even has his mustache.

    They went with his first outfit that first appears in the cartoon episode "Kimber's Rebellion", rather than his second, which looked quite similar but colored differently with it's green/turquoise shirt and yellow shoes. I guess they probably wanted to use the outfit that appeared next to Jem's (Twilight In Paris Jem/Jerrica, also released this year) in the music video he directed, and maybe they liked the pink turtleneck shirt. So many pieces for this outfit! I really like the pink sweater. And what a beautiful and detailed jacket, you should really feel the suede-fabric. They did make the gray pants a little more exciting though by choosing a plaid pattern fabric.

    For accessories, I had expected another video camera, like the Video doll came with, or a director's chair, but what an impressive sculpt they created for this doll, a very realistic and detailed miniature bullhorn. And although he probably was never seen having them in the cartoon, he came with a megaphone and a wristwatch.

    Integrity Toys are believed to have planned dolls for the 2015 live-action Jem movie. Perhaps a sign of this, in the W club email announcement for this doll, where they mentioned how they this year changed the name of their Jem line to The Legacy Collection to separate the commemorative dolls from merchandise based on the upcoming live action feature film.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: June 9 2015, same time as Craig. Pictures revealed on June 23 2015.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late fall 2015. Shipped on 7 January 2016.
    Original price: $130. $125 for W Club. $25 in pre-order deposit.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Anthony Julian / Color Infusion: Tobias Alsford / Heart MLP: sonic_rainboom_92 / The Monarchs: Tobias Alsford.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: A-Tone.
    Hair color: Black.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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 suede-like fabric, shoulder details with a decorative button on each shoulder. Pretend chest pockets with a blue decorative button each, and a real working pocket in the bottom on both sides. Lined with a blue fabric inside, and has a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2014 on the back. 3 decorative blue buttons in front, and 3 hook and eye closures on the inside. Open. Back.

    Sweater: Gray "knitted" fabric, with not openings, so it needs to be pulled on the doll from above. Back.

    Turtle neck sweater: Elastic pink fabric. Turtleneck is folded but sewn together in the back. Opens halfway down from the collar in the back, and 3 hook and eye closures. Tag inside with Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2014 on the backside. Back. Back open.

    Pants: Black and gray in a plaid pattern. Grey buckle on both sides of the waist. Real working pockets on the sides, that are kinda hard to spot though, and pretend pockets on the back. Lined only inside the waist, zipper and pockets with a black fabric. Tag inside with the Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2014 on the backside. Black hook and eye closure and black zipper. Back.

    Socks: Black socks in slightly shiny fabric. Same kind that Eric Raymond came with. Back. In bag.

    Shoes: Black brogue style shoes in suede fabric, with black shoelaces, black inner soles, and black outer soles with a slight heel. In bag.

    Watch: Metal wristwatch with black leather-like band and metal buckle. Packaged.

    Bullhorn: Plastic miniature in white and neon yellow, with black details, and the Jem and The Holograms logo in pink on one side. On the top and bottom are some plastick buckles which attach the black strap, which itself has black plastic buckle to adjust the length. Front. Other side. Back.

    Clapper board: Cardboard, but with a metal nail that allows you to move the top part as an actual clapper board. Says "Prod.: Twilight In Paris Scene: 3 Take: 12 Actor and actress: Rio + Jem Director: Anthony Julian". Back. 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. 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. Marked 2014.

    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.
    Vehicles.


  • Twilight in Paris Jerrica Benton / Jem 14065
    TWILIGHT IN PARIS sets the tone for everyone's favorite pop star as she and her friends fly to the City of Lights to film their first music video under the lens of famous director Anthony Julian! JERRICA BENTON supervises the shoot, but when the time comes to shine, JEM is just a flick of her earring away... It's showtime, Synergy!

    The fourth (and so far most recent) annual exclusive doll for the San Diego Comic-Con International. Which means Jem was an official San Diego Comic-Con exclusive as much as four years in a row, including this year which was the 30 years anniversary of the Jem brand. Talk about making a statement for the Jem brand after all these years! And with each of these releases, IT outdid the previous, with cool new features. And they really spoiled Hasbro by giving them high quality showpieces like none other Hasbro had ever presented at the Comic-Con before.

    For the first time, with this being the third Jerrica released in the line, they went with her original cartoon hairstyle, which was shorter and had a more irregular cut, which she originally wore with this outfit.

    Also for the first time, the idea of changing Jerrica into Jem is happening with a Jem IT doll (unless you count the GNG Jem, which had some blonde hair and a Jerrica outfit), with the quick switch feature that allows you to switch the head. Both heads got alot more black eyeliner than we ever saw them with in the cartoon.

    Very recognizable fashions for Jem/Jerrica, both released in 1986 as a Flipside doll fashion "Like A Dream". And also featured in the cartoon. jem's version was introduced in the episode "Kimber's Rebellion", and is known for being worn in the music video "Twilight In Paris", and Jerrica's was introduced in the episode "Frame Up". With a slight 80's touch, but still modern enough even today, and a favorite of many Jem fans. Some Jem fans had been asking for years for this particular outfit. Usually fashions that uses fishnet fabric, tend to turn out looking bulky, but Integrity made this outfit look great! I like that they made it more like the cartoon version. They got everything right, and some improvements.

    In the 80's doll fashion Jem wore the jumpsuit without a dress over, but IT went with the cartoon version, which obviously looks alot better. In the 80's doll line, the Jem and Jerrica looks would borrow the silver pearl necklace from each other, while in the cartoon it became black pearls only for Jem, which IT turned into three layers of white pearls only for Jem. The armbands of the 80's Jem doll version turned into long fingerless gloves in the cartoon, and then into full long gloves for the IT doll. The blue and white striped socks from the 80's doll look for Jem, became white in the cartoon aswell as on the IT doll. The 80's Jem's doll fashion had no bracelet, but got a black pearls one in the cartoon on the left arm, which became a double white pearls on the right arm on the IT doll.

    Jerrica 80's doll fashion had a shorter dress, although it looked quite long in the box artwork, and long in cartoon with the addition of a blue fabric inside the slit, and IT went with the 80's box art version. Jerrica's 80's doll's headwrap, became a headband in the cartoon, and a hat on the IT doll. Jerrica 80's doll fashion had slightly thicker belt Jerrica 80's doll fashion didn't wear the socks, while she did in the cartoon, and IT went with socks aswell. Jerrica 80's doll fashion included pink sunglasses, which the IT version didn't.

    One of the most amazing things about this release is the extraordinary packaging for this doll. Completely different from earleir releases, and is sure to grab attention. The packaging looks even slightly inspired by the Rock Backstager inside. It can be difficult for someone who isn't used to IT dolls to locate some of the items included though, since you need to lift out the pink doll/outfit cases and then fold out the extra storage under the silver parts.

    Doll specs:
    Convention: San Diego Comic-Con International.
    Line:
    Announced on date: Announced without pictures by IT on 9 June 2015. Pictures on June 26.
    Ready to ship: Available on 8-12 July 2015 at the Hasbro Toy Shop booth #3329 at the San Diego Comic-Con International. And following the convention, at www.HasbroToyShop.com.
    Original price: $149.99. Or $162 including the California Sales tax.
    Offer type: San Diego Comic-Con International exclusive.
    Edition size: 750 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Jem / Katy Keene: Lucki Lorelei / Jerrica Benton 2.0. Jerrica Benton / Video / Jem 2.0 / Color Infusion: Jaeme Costas.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White (both heads).
    Hair color: Pink (Jem). Blond (Jerrica).
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture. Picture.

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

    Contents:
    Alternate head: Jerrica. Packaged.

    Hands: With pink nailpolish that matches the lipstick of the doll. Palms.

    Alternate hands: With pink nails that match the lips of the doll. Palms. In bag. Packaged in clear box.

    Hat (Jerrica): Hotpink nylon, with two tails tied in the back, with hotpink satin lining inside. Back.

    Jumpsuit: Aquablue in sturdy fabric. Aquablue stockingsfabric lining inside. 5 hook and eye closure in the back. Back. Back open. Inside.

    Mini-dress (Jem): White patterned lace (same fabric as on other dress and gloves). White stockingsfabric lining inside. 5 hook and eye closures in the back, opens halfway down on the back. Back. Back open.

    Dress (Jerrica): White patterned lace (same fabric as on other dress and gloves). Aquablue stockingsfabric lining inside. 5 hook and eye closures in the back, opens halfway down on the back. Back. Back open.

    Belt: Hotpink vinyl-like fabric. Doublelength. Metal belt buckle. White on inside. On doll.

    Gloves (Jem): White patterned lace (same fabric as on the dresses). Back. On doll.

    Socks: Elastic white with ruffles on top. Back. On doll.

    Shoes: Hotpink high heels with white insoles and beige outer soles. Soles. In bag. Packaged in clear box.

    Earrings: Red chromed metal starshaped earrings. Only one pair included for the two doll heads. Packaged. Packaged in clear box.

    Necklace (Jem): Long with 91 white pearls, and metal hooks on two different parts of the necklace to attach to each other around the neck to achieve a double necklace look.

    Necklace (Jem): Short with 72 white pearls, and metal hooks to attach to each other around the neck.

    Bracelet (Jem): Double, in a figure-8 shape, with 32 white pearls. On doll.

    Microphone (Jem): Wireless with hotpink handle and chromed top, button and bottom. In bag. Packaged in clear box.

    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. Supports in bag. Supports packaged in clear box.

    Pin:

    Hanger: Back.

    Sign:

    Tower:

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Instructions:

    Instructions #2: For package, turns into the Eiffel tower.

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


  • Craig Phillips 14062
    When we first meet Craig Phillips in the episode "The Talent Search", we soon discover his big secret: he is the brother of Mary "Stormer" Phillips of the Misfits! With this little fact unknown to JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS, Craig is invited to enter a talent search competition to become the band's new drummer after meeting AJA LEITH, one of the Holograms! Craig is a loyal and kind friend and will do anything to defend those he loves (especially his sister and new love AJA LEITH)! Part of a British band called the Blue Bloods, Craig loves to visit America often to see his sister and his friends, THE HOLOGRAMS!

    Aja's love interest in the cartoon, and brother of Stormer, who once competed against Raya to join the Holograms as their drummer. Rumored among Jem fans to have been planned in 1988 for the Hasbro line, after male prototype dolls with purple hair and blue eyebrows were discovered online in the 90's. But here Craig finally makes his official debute as a doll. Although some of us guessed he would be released by Integrity Toys, since he was kinda hinted already in the description of the Stormer doll in 2013.

    As for releasing the characters of this line in logical order, there were actually two dolls released before Craig, that appear in less episodes than he did, Astral and Regine, but they, on the other hand, were officially planned for the unreleased 1988 line by Hasbro.

    This is the fifth male character that joined this line, and goes right up there in the top among my favorite Integrity Toys dolls.

    Although the outcome of this doll looks great, it differs just slightly in haircolor and hairlength. It is a match for his sister Stormer, but looks darker than their hair in the cartoon, and it's slightly longer than in the cartoon, but that's always a good thing in my opinion.

    Several Jem fans feel the choice of headsculpt does not make him completely recognizable from the cartoon which the doll was based on, since the cartoon character had bit more rough masculine look and with thicker eyebrows. But color of eyebrows and eyes match the cartoon. The designer Vaughn Sawyers has revealed that they originally did two samples for Craig, where one used the sculpt of the Fashion Royalty character Romain, but Hasbro thought the Riot sculpt was a better match with Craig's sister Stormer. For anyone who wants to see what a bluehaired Romain looks like, look for a doll called "Ollie Lawson - Edge of Night Convention", which atleast has a mix of red and blue hair.

    Craig didn't have alot of exciting outfits in the cartoon, only this and joggingwear, so this was really the only option, which is what he wears the first time we see him, in the episode "The Talent Search Part 1", and seen in three episodes even. The shirt was more pink in the cartoon than red. And his shoes in the cartoon are light gray rather than white.

    The drumset, a re-colored version of Raya's drums, which I guess costed quite alot to make, is an absolutely amazing piece even for a high quality line like this. Even though it doesn't match any drums he plays in the cartoon. Very nice attention to details by IT to spot the logo in the cartoon with the crown and band name, they even matched the font! A connection to the Starstruck Jem doll being announced at the same time as Craig, was that both were seen in the same music video.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line:
    Announced on date: June 9 2015, same time as Anthony. Pictures on 9 September 2015, same time as Star Struck Jem was announced.
    Ready to ship: Estimated early winter 2015. Shipped on 4 November 2015.
    Original price: $130. Pre-order deposit of $30.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive.
    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: FR White.
    Hair color: Electric blue.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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: With another pose than the main sets of hands. Palms. In bag.

    Shirt: Red/darkpink polo shirt, in elastic and almost glittery looking textured fabric, with 3 decorative buttons at the top, but it's sewn together and doesn't open there. Opens up halfway down from the top in the back, with 4 hook and eye closures. No lining fabric inside. Tag has Jem logo and says 2014 on the backside. On doll. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Pants: White jeans with real pockets in the sides and back. Opens up in the front, with white zipper closure aswell as a hook and eye closure. White lining fabric inside, aswell as a tag with the Jem logo and which says 2014 on the backside. On doll. Open. Back. Zipper. Tag. Tag back.

    Belt: White ribbon fabric with white vinyl-like fabric at the ends, and metal belt buckle. Back.

    Socks: White slightly shiny fabric. Back.

    Shoes: White in suede-like material, with white shoelaces. Pink insoles and white or bright yellow outer soles which have a texture, and the sides are covered with a band of woven basket-like material. From above. Soles. In bag.

    Drumsticks: Packaged.

    Drumset: Re-colored version of the set that was released with the Raya doll. Consists of 2 sets of 2 drums and a cymbal, a bass drum, and a stool. Drums, cymbals, and drumsticks packaged. Drumset accessories in bag.

    • Drum x4: Metallic blue plastic hexagon-shaped drums with a silver edge, flat white top, and hole in one side for the drum holder pole head to plug into. Underside. In bag.
    • Cymbal x2: Chromed golden plastic hexagon-shaped, with hole in the middle of the bottom to attach to the top of the longer poles. Underside. In bag.
    • Bass drum: Metallic blue plastic hexagon-shaped bass drum with a silver edge, flat white front to place one of the logos on, with holes on two sides for the bass drum legs to plug into, and a built in little flat stand part in the bottom. Consists of three pieces, plus sticker. Back. In bag.
    • Bass drum legs x2: Short chromed plastic poles with bent head to plug into the holes on the side of the bass drum. In bag.
    • Stool seat: Metallic blue plastic hexagon-shaped seat with a silver edge, flat white top, and hole in the middle of the bottom for the pole to plug into. Underside. In bag.
    • Stool pole: Chromed plastic pole to plug into the tripod bottom and seat above.
    • Longer pole x2: for drumsets, with cymbals on top.
    • Shorter drum holder pole x4:
    • Double leg x3: Chromed plastic with black feet, to place the white rubber rings inside the top. To attach to the single legs the create the tripod bottom for the two drumsets aswell as the chair. Back. In bag.
    • Single leg x3: Chromed plastic with black foot. To attach to the double legs the create the tripod bottom for the two drumsets aswell as the chair.
    • Rubber ring x5: Small white rubber rings. To fasten the poles for the double legs aswell as in the triple retainers.
    • Triple retainer ring x2: A chromed plastic triple retainer to place the white rubber rings inside, to connect the 4 short drumpoles to the 2 long drumpoles. Underside.
    • Sticker sheet: With two stickers to choose from for the bass drum, the Jem logo and the Blue Bloods logo. Both have clear background behind the logo. Marked 2015. 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. Underside. In bag.

    Certificate of authenticity: Pink 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. Marked 2014. In bag.

    Instructions: White glossed A3-sized paper, divided into four pages, with purple print, with instructions for assembling Craig's drum kit, aswell as removing female hands, assembling female stands, hairstyling tips, and warning about choking hazard for small parts. Marked 2015. Craig was the only doll that ever came with this exact version of instructions, although this was based on Raya's instructions from two years back, with updates to fit Craig, like some removes Jem logos, added Blue Bloods logo, aswell as having the new Integrity Toys logo on front. Surprisingly though, it still has the instructions for female hands and stands on the last page, aswell as hairstyling tips rather than warning for wetting flocked hair (not that Craig has any flocked hair anyway). Back. In bag.

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


  • Eric Raymond 14060
    Meet Eric Raymond, cunning business man, infamous manager of THE MISFITS and self-proclaimed record producer and movie director!

    A former protégé of Emmet Benton (founder of Starlight Music), Eric Raymond started his brilliant career as an assistant, only to realize sooner or later what real money there was in the music industry and the kind of fame and power it could bring him. Following the untimely death of Emmet, Eric attempted a hostile takeover of Starlight music, only to be foiled by the Benton daughters, their friends and a mysterious newcomer called simply JEM, who foiled Raymond's hopes for success over and over again.

    Together with The Misfits and The Stingers, Eric Raymond is always ready to jump at any opportunity to exact revenge against his arch business rival, Jerrica Benton and her friends! Will he ever discover that the mysterious JEM, the singer he despises the most and Jerrica Benton are in fact one and the same? ERIC RAYMOND will stop at nothing to turn the bands under his wing into major international successes, but above all, he would do anything to finally discover who JEM really is! Watch out HOLOGRAMS, Eric is out to get ya!

    The anti-Jem doll almost, anti-color and anti-fashion. This character was created for the cartoon by Christy Marx and never considered as a doll until this line came along.

    Eric Raymond appeared already in the first episode "The Beginning", and was a very notable character. A definite want for Jem fans for this line, who had been speculating what head sculpt would fit him. And that's what became the big question between those who liked the choice and those who didn't like his expression. I can definitely see how IT would choose this headsculpt, which they had previously used for Perry Marino and their Count Dracula doll, for the bad guy of the Jem world. It's by the book, dark brown hair, brown eyes, and he look angry as he should! I assume would had been close to impossible to style those horn-like shapes in his cartoon hair in fashion doll format.

    But if you really feel you need another substitute for Eric, why not take a look at the Color Infusion Declan Wake, Cinematic Convention edition, which shares Techrat's sculpt though, but with his hair and expression he can pass for Eric.

    This outfit of Eric is based on his most recognizable one, although it is the third one we see in the cartoon. First appearing in the cartoon episode "Starbright Part One: Falling Star". They made so many things right with this one. Some thought this outfit turned out a bit big and baggy, which is probably because IT made three layers for the top of his suit.

    The briefcase certainly deserves alot of attention, as this detailed piece alone practically justifies the entire cost of this doll. And what big hearts IT must have for giving us such a masterpiece of a characteristic accessory. They actually created a real working miniature briefcase just for Eric (or for us) with miniature metal clasps that open it just like a real briefcase opens, real metal hinges inside, flocked interiors and a leather-like pocket.

    Also the other accessories, are very appreciated, the sunglasses which are very Eric, the wristwatch, and all the cardboard extras refer to special characteristic occasions in the cartoon like the picture of Synergy, memo, recording contract and letter. Nice way of IT to make a reference to another character, private detective Manny Malone.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line:
    Announced on date: 24 November 2015.
    Ready to ship: Estimated first week of December 2015. Available to order on 30 November 2015 to W Club members, and the public on 1 December 2015.
    Original price: $130.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Brides of Dracula: Count Dracula / Fashion Royalty: Backstage Ambition Homme / Fashion Royalty: Perry Marino / Eric Raymond / The Monarchs: Elias Veiga.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Dark Brown.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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: In another pose. Palms. In bag.

    Sunglasses: Metal with translucent mirrored plastic lenses, and working hinges. Above. Back. In bag with wristwatch.

    Wristwatch: Metal link with watch. No opening, so hand needs to be removed to put this on. In bag with sunglasses.

    Ring: Metal ring to be put on one of his fingers. A very small piece, one of the smallest of the line, so sit's easy to lose.

    Jacket: Dark gray, with a pretend pocket on each side of the bottom. 2 black decorative plastic buttons along the opening on the left side of the front. 4 black decorative plastic buttons on each cuff. Lined inside with partly the same fabric, and further in a black fabric. Tag inside with Jem logo, and marked 2014 on backside. 2 black hook and eye closures in front. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Waistcoat: Dark gray, with a pretend pocket on each side of the bottom. 5 black decorative plastic buttons along the opening on the left side of the front. Lined inside with partly the same fabric, and further in a black fabric. 3 hook and eye closures. No tag inside. Open. Back. Back open.

    Shirt: Lightblue cotton-like, with long sleeves, real working chest pocket on the left side, and 4 decorative lightblue plastic buttons on front along the opening of the left side. No lining fabric inside. Tag inside on the left side, with Jem logo and says 2014 on the backside. 5 hook and eye closures. On doll. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Necktie: Deep-red satin-like, with thread eye on the underside of the bottom to tuck in the other end. To be tied around his neck over the shirt. It's actually double-layered with the same fabrics, and sew in a way that makes it holllow inside, and which makes it four layers of the same fabric. The only necktie of the entire line. On doll. Close-up.

    Pants: Dark gray, pleated vertically along the leg in front and back. 5 belt loops around the waist. Working pockets on the sides, and pretend pockets on the back. Lined inside with black fabric. Tag inside with Jem logo, and marked 2014 on backside. One black hook and eye closure in front and black zipper. Open. Back. Zipper. Tag. Tag back.

    Belt: Black leather-like belt with square-shaped metal buckle. On doll. Back. Buckle.

    Socks: Black socks in slightly shiny fabric. Same kind that Anthony Julian came with. Back. In bag.

    Shoes: Blucher moc style shoes, in black leather-like fabric, with a texture on the top of the toebox part, with black shoelaces. Red insoles, and black rubber-like outsoles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Briefcase: Black metal, and it actual opens up. With real working metal clasps on top and metal buttons to open them, aswell as metal handle in the middle. Inside are metal hinges to help it stay open. Black flock on the insides, and one large black pocket in black leather-like fabric on one side to hold the cardboard documents. From above. Handle close-up. Clasp close-up. Open. Hinges. Packaged.

    Photo: Cardboard color print photo of cartoon Synergy computer.

    Letter: B&W cardboard print that refers to the original miniseries character Manny Malone who Eric hired to spy on Jem/Jerrica and the Holograms. Although the letter itself never appeared in the cartoon, but was written by IT.

    Recording contract: B&W cardboard print. Says "Mary Phillips & Kimber Benton", and October 6, 1986. This is a reference to the episode "The Bands Break Up", and probably a hint that those two dolls were soon to be released the next year from that episode, which they were.

    Memo: B&W cardboard print. An internal memo from Eric to the Misfits to not destroy any instruments, hotel rooms or company property, or any costs will be deducted from their royalties, and they even made a signature of Eric, as "Eric R.".

    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. Underside.

    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. 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. Marked 2014. In bag.

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


  • Starstruck Jem 14061
    Based on an outfit initially called "Starstruck Guitar" released in 1986 as part of the original 80's toy line by HASBRO, Starstruck JEM is the design team's representation of this truly outrageous look.

    This look was one of the best designs of the 80's line in my opinion, a kind of casual style with a glamorous cut, fabrics and details. An unusual combination of colors for this line. IT nailed it and added their own touch aswell. The outcome is one of the absolute best looking dolls of the entire line!

    The second Jem doll, after Glitter 'n Gold, in this line to come with both pink and blonde hair, like the 80's doll did, and no Jem doll after this one ever did again.

    Of all 42 new looks released as fashions in the 1987 Hasbro sets, this is the one and only that at this point have made it to the IT line. So if you wondered where this release suddenly came from, it was definitely called for! And it appeared in the cartoon, introduced in the episode "Glitter and Gold". And in 2021, two more fashions from the 80's Music Is Magic set were released by IT. I really like with this outfit, and all the fabrics, like IT's specifically printed fabric for the shirt.

    Yellow glittery makeup, different than what Jem wears in the cartoon with this outfit. IT choose to match this outfit with the makeup of Glitter 'n Gold Jem, which isn't entirely wrong since this outfit is golden, plus it was released at the same time for the 80's line and introduced in the same episode of the cartoon as Glitter 'n Gold Jem. But in the 80's line, this was part of the Music is Magic line, and the gold in this design was something of a coincidence.

    In the cartoon, there were no bracelets, the top is darker, headband white with golden stars (IT deliberately made it turquoise though because they wanted to use the same fabric as the shirt), bright yellow tights, and yellow pumps.

    Appears as if IT based their version more on the 80's Hasbro fashion. Because things like the headband, top color, tights color, and even boots are a closer match. Although boots were lower on the original fashion, and colored turquoise. Theses boots in particular are amazing, I just can't stop looking at them.

    And IT added bracelets and the golden award from the GNG doll. Maybe some people would have preferred to get the matching guitar with this doll, which the original 80's fashion came with, since this fashion itself was infact originally even called "Star Struck Guitar". IT didn't make this because their interpretation was based on the cartoon, in which this guitar never appeared. But IT found out how popular this guitar still was among collectors and released it two years later for the Studio Playset.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 9 September 2015.
    Ready to ship: Estimated early winter 2015. Shipped in early January 2016.
    Original price: $130. Pre-order deposit of $30.
    Offer type: IT direct exclusive.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Jem / Katy Keene: Lucki Lorelei / Jerrica Benton 2.0.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Japan.
    Hair color: Pink/Blond Mix.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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: With painted nails in darkpink, matching her lips. Palms.

    Alternate hands: With another pose than the set of hands. With darkpink nails, matching her lips. Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Chromed red metal starshaped. Packaged. In bag.

    Headband: A very long piece in double layers of fabrics (same fabric as shirt), of a sheer dark turquoise, slightly glittery, fabric with a striped texture, and golden print of stars and dots. To be tied around Jem's head. Back. In bag.

    Top: Sheer dark turquoise fabric (same fabric as headband), slightly glittery, fabric with a striped texture, and golden print of stars and dots. With fluffy short sleeves, with golden fabric at the ends. Diagonal collar in a glittery darkturquoise fabric, aswell as golden fabric at the hems. And a glittery darkturquoise at the bottom hem. Lined inside with a turquoise fabric, and has no tag. Opens up halfway down from the top, with 3 hook and eye closures. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: Golden fabric in front, with glittery darkturquoise fabric on the sides and in the back. Lined with turquoise fabric inside, ad a tag with the Jem logo, and says 2014 on the backside. Opens up halfway in the back, with one hook and eye closure. The golden fabric in front, is not sewn onto the glittery darkteuquoise one to the left on mine, which seems kinda odd because it becomes like a large sideway pocket, but I have left to check if this was based on the 80's version. Back. Back open. Inside.

    Stockings: Turquoise, and they look slightly glittery, with an elastic waist. Back.

    Shoes: High heel boots in golden leather-like fabric with four horizontal lines. Turquoise insoles, and black leather-like outer soles. Unusually for this line, despite their height they do not have a zipper in the back to open them up. In bag.

    Bracelet x2: Golden metal. Same as the ones that came with Glitter 'n Gold Jem.

    Glitter 'N Gold Award: Golden chromed plastic record with black label, and separate golden chromed plastic bottom with the Jem logo embossed inside a star. The record is to be placed into the bottom part. Record. Record in bag. Packaged with microphone and microphone stand base.

    Microphone: Golden chromed plastic with hole in bottom for cord. In bag. Packaged with award and microphone stand base.

    Microphone stand: Stand in golden chromed metal and plastic, adjustable in height, and movable top where the microphone is placed, and round golden chromed plastic base. Microphone stand base packaged with microphone and award.

    Power cable: Translucent darkgreen plastic cord with golden chromed plastic plugs in the ends, to plug into the microphone aswell as into the side of the doll stand. 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. Golden-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. Supports in bag.

    Certificate of authenticity: Glossed pink card with the Jem and the Holograms logo. Says "Ultra-limited edition", and has the Integrity Toys and Hasbro logos. Marked 2014.

    Instructions: White fine paper with purple print, with instructions for female dolls, removal of hands, assembling the stand and microphone stand, hairstyling tips, aswell as warning about choking hazard for small parts. Marked 2015 (?).

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


  • Hollywood Jem Award Night 14064
    JEM's signature Award Night look is comprised of a ruffled pleated pale pink gown accented with a gold bodice and an exclusively designed neck piece.

    This unreleased 1988 Jem doll look, introduced in the cartoon episode "Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...", turned out outrageous! This is Jem nominated to an Academy Award. And I'd hereby like to award IT for great accomplishments in doll fashion design!

    This is almost like a response to IT's very first doll, Hollywood Jem, whose outfit appeared in the same episode as this one, "Hollywood Jem Part Two And The Winner Is...", which if you hadn't guessed it yet must be one of the favorite episodes of the IT Jem designers since they released so many looks/characters from the two-parter it belongs to.

    Great work on the hairstyle! However, when a Jem IT doll gets a hairstyle like this, in a pony tail or updo, it usually means thinner hair, but I have yet to find out if that's true for this release.

    Second ever Jem doll in this line to come with the non-smiling head sculpt of Jerrica. Make-up looks great, with it's tones of pink and violet, and I guess the heavy black eyeliner works with the awardshow-look.

    Absolutely stunning how this kind of dress can even be done on a doll. Maybe the dress was just slightly more violet in the cartoon. IT even made that actual necklace seen in the cartoon! And I love that little red heart on the belt. This was going to be released in the 80's line in 1988 but the line was cancelled before it got beyond prototypes. But as far as can be seen in prototypes, it's a close match, with the correct colors of the dress and shoes.

    Also, love the yellow roses accessory from the cartoon. This is the first Jem doll in this line to come without a microphone, because she was dressed for attending an award show.

    W Club members even got to see a video showing this doll in a 3D-spin, to really display the dress.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection. The Legacy Collection.
    Announced on date: 12 October 2015. Shipped on 18 February 2016.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late Q1/Early Q2 2016. Shipped on 18 February 2016.
    Original price: $130, with a pre-order deposit of $20.
    Offer type: W Club Exclusive.
    Edition size: Edition size was based on orders, 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Jerrica Benton / Video / Jem 2.0 / Color Infusion: Jaeme Costas.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Pink.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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: With painted nails that match the lips. Palms.

    Alternate hands: With painted nails that match the lips. Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Red metal starshaped. Above. Back. Packaged.

    Necklace: A collar in metal, with a metal starshape and a red gemstone in the middle. Opens up in the back, with hinges in the front behind the star. Front. Above. Back. Back open. Packaged.

    Jacket: Pleated sheer pink sleeveless fabric, with a golden tinsel weave fabric as a belt along the bottom, and red heartshaped gemstone in front with a hotpink featherpiece sticking up from it. Hook and eye closure under the gemstone. Open. Back. Back open. Closure.

    Dress: Golden tinsel weave fabric on the top, with sheer pleated pink on the shoulders (which have white elastic bands underneath) aswell as the skirt part. Top is lined with a lightbeige fabric, and skirt has a sewn-on pink underskirt in another fabric. Pink zipper in the back, opens from top to a bit down on the skirt. Inner skirt. On doll. Open. On doll back. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Stockings: Lightpink with elastic waist. On doll. Back. Close-up.

    Shoes: High heel pumps with textured pink leather-like fabric. Golden insoles, and beige outer soles. Above. Soles. On doll. In bag.

    Bouquet: Six yellow roses made out of fabrics, with metal stems that are wrapped together into a green paper in the bottom. Above. In wrapping. Packaged.

    Bouquet wrapping: A fine hard sheer white tissuepaper, squareshaped but wrapped in a cone and fastened with a piece of doublesided tape. Back. Packaged.

    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. Side. Underside. In bag. In bag back. Pole. Pole extended. Saddle and 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. In bag.

    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. In bag.

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


  • Showtime Jem 14098
    30 amazing years ago, JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS took the world by storm and left an undying mark in the hearts of fans everywhere! Dressed in a color variation of her truly outrageous sensational 80's signature look, JEM shines like never before!

    High fashion house ShopBop came right into our Jem world and wanted to sponsor their own exclusive Jem release to celebrate Jem's 30th anniversary, of the very first sight we ever saw of Jem in the cartoon intro and in the episode "The Beginning", perhaps the most iconic look of Jem.

    Although this was a close match to an already released Jem doll in this line, Classic Jem, that doll had naturally sold out long ago, and become so hard to find that Jem IT collectors were thrilled to get this alternative look. And those who missed the previous release, now had the chance to get a great new interpretation of Jem as most of us recognized her best.

    IT really seemed to want to give ShopBop the ultimate Jem, a doll they knew would sell. This doll was not by far the only Jem exclusive ShopBop offered us costumers though. They also had their own line of jewelries and all kinds of high quality accessories.

    On top of being a homage to the first look we ever see of Jem in the cartoon, I see this as an improvement over the Classic doll, now that IT has been in the Jem doll business for some years and gotten to know Jem and its fans really well.

    For the first time ever for the IT Jem line, Jem was released in Jerrica's head sculpt, and thereby a closed mouth as an homage to the very first 80's Jem doll. The face looks more recognizable to the cartoon, than the 2012 IT version did, since this one has softer look with "friendlier" shaped eyebrows, and the makeup seems slightly stronger and bigger under the eyes.

    Compared to the Classic Jem by IT, this one most noticably has a brighter colored dress, more similar to all versions seen in the cartoon, aswell as the first 80's doll. But like Classic Jem, the dress fabric is shiny, rather than metallic lamé. And matching brighter shoes aswell, that matches the cartoon color. A beautiful red belt, like we first see Jem with in the cartoon intro and first five episodes, instead of silver. Red bracelet instead of silver, with a red gemstone instead of pink, which more resembles what Jem wears in the first scene in the cartoon atleast in color. Like the previous release, but unlike what can be seen in the cartoon, Jem has tights, but this time white like the 80's doll instead of pink like the Classic Jem IT doll.

    The outer, brown carton box, looks a little different since it has a brown sticker added where the text is usually printed, aswell as a couple of white stickers with bar-codes probably added by Shopbop.

    Maximum units per order was 2, and luckily ShopBop shipped internationally.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection. The Legacy Collection.
    Announced on date: First revealed by IT in 9 June 2015 without pictures. 15 September 2015 with pictures.
    Ready to ship: Estimated October 2015. Launch date was 1 October 2015, at between approximately 7:45am and 8am EST, ready to ship immediately.
    Original price: $119. Maximum units per order was 2.
    Offer type: Shopbop exclusive.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Jerrica Benton / Video / Jem 2.0 / Color Infusion: Jaeme Costas.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Pink.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. 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: With painted nails that match the lipstick. Palms.

    Alternate hands: With painted nails that match the lipstick. Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Red chromed starshaped earrings in metal. Packaged with bracelet.

    Dress: Pink minidress, with a slit on the right side. Lined with pink satin on inside aswell as a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo that says 2014 on the back. Hook and eye closure on top in the back, and pink zipper that goes morethan halfway down the dress. Back. Back open. Inside.

    Belt: Leather-like with red glitter and red print on front (barely visible over the red glitter), and red metallic fringes hanging down on the left side, lined with pink leather-like fabric on the inside. Doesn't reverse for Jerrica's outfit. Hook-and-eye closure in the back. Sewn in a way that it would look good to put on the reversed side, like on the 80's doll. Back.

    Stockings: White fishnet stockings with silver thread, and elastic waist. Back.

    Shoes: High heel pumps, pink and slightly glittery, with silver insoles and beige outer soles. Soles.

    Bracelet: Chromed dark pink with red gemstone. Packaged with earrings.

    Microphone: Plastic, wireless, with pink handle, chromed top, button and bottom. In bag. Packaged with poster.

    Poster: Miniature cardboard of the original poster that came with the 80's dolls of the first year, although slightly altered in the logo to say "and The Holograms" under the Jem logo, and an added Integrity Toys logo aswell as the new Hasbro logo. Packaged with microphone.

    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 extended. Underside. Base in bag. Supports in bag.

    Certificate of authenticity:

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


  • Howard E. Sands (Sterling Riese) 85091 (doll) and 85097 (outfit)
    This year's COLOR INFUSION STYLE LAB at the CINEMATIC Convention represents a departure from the looks offered in the past during this activity. To celebrate the Cinematic theme, designer Vaughn Sawyers was inspired by old Hollywood for this collection and each character offered art the event represents one specific movie star of the golden era of Hollywood. Can you guess who they are?

    Howard Sands is a character invented for the Jem cartoon in the 80's by Christy Marx. Although he only appeared in 8 out of 65 episodes, he appeared from the start and counts as one of the most recognizable characters. He was never released nor planned as a doll in the 80's. Now finally Howard was made into a doll, or... an unofficial one. Numorous things speak for that this is Howard.

    Although this is not officially Howard, and Howard doesn't eaxactly have looks that stand out in a rockstar line, there are a number of resemblances that makes this a good substitute for Howard. Last year, IT showed us they care about secondary characters like Danielle. Two other dolls this year are considered good substitutes for Jem characters by Jem fans, Jeff and Jacqui. And Howard is a must if you release Danielle, because he has a special connection to Danielle being her friend and perhaps even love interest.

    IT infact asked W club fans in a poll in 2015 if we wanted a Howard doll, which means they had him in mind. The head sculpt used for this doll, is the same as created for Rio. The cinematic theme fits the filmproducer Howard perfectly. "Sterling" and "Sands" both start on "S". Well the meaning of "sterling" is connected to money and silver, which fits well with the wealthy character Howard. And... we need this to be Howard, since there overall are so few males in this line, and so few cartoon-only characters. Less than a fourth of all official releases have been male dolls.

    Some may argue all of the cinematic dolls are supposed to more or less directly resemble certain iconic movie stars of the past though, and that this is Errol Flynn. And it probably is Errol Flynn first and foremost.

    So how does Sterling's look match Howard? The overall look is a very good match. His hairstyle is very recognizable, although it could have been darker. Eye color match, although in the first five episodes of the cartoon, Howard had brown eyes, so that would have been a match aswell. He has a mustache like Howard. His outfit looks very much like the kind of outfit Howard would wear.

    Either way, what an elegant and handsome doll. He would fit well into many IT lines I guess. A very classic suit in shape and color, nothing shocking fashionwise, no rockstar, which I guess is one reason IT didn't make an official Howard doll. And nice shoes!

    This doll came marketed in publicity pictures as being connected with its outfit, but the dolls and outfit were sold separately. So, some people who agreed this is Howard, might not have purchased the outfit, since it's not a direct match to anything Howard wore in the cartoon.

    Did we miss out on some cool accessories because this doll was not released as an official Jem doll? Same outfit but in grey or blue? I guess Eric's could pass for Howards outfit. Cardboard pieces like a drawing of Starlight Mansion? A movie contract? A set of metal keys to Starlight Mansion? We got some filming items with Anthony, that Howard could borrow.

    Doll specs:
    Convention: Cinematic.
    Line: Color Infusion Style Lab
    Announced on date: 22 October 2015.
    Ready to ship: November 16 2015.
    Original price: 55$, outfit 45$.
    Offer type: Sold at convention on 21-24 October 2015.
    Edition size: 600 dolls. 600 Outfits.
    Head sculpt: Rio Pacheco / Color Infusion: Sterling Riese.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Sandy Blonde.
    Quickswitch: No. Outfit: Natural Talent.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1. Picture 2.

    Packaging:
    Doll box: Front (and inside). Top. Bottom. Side left. Side right. Back.
    Doll box inside: Liner. (and close-up).
    Clothing box: Front Top. Bottom. Side left. Side right. Back.
    Clothing box inside: Liner.

    Contents:

    Hands:

    Alternate hands:

    Tie: A dark beige cravat with something of a shiny puzzle pattern. Double layered. Straight.

    Jacket: White/beige herringbone pattern fabric suit (same fabric as pants), with 3 working pockets (one on the left chest), 4 buttons on the left front (with a closure hook underneath each), 3 buttons at the end of both sleeves for decoration, a light beige lining fabric on the inside and tag inside that says "IT". Open. Back.

    Shirt: White in a very fine fabric, with four hooks for closure on the inside of the left front side. No tag inside. Sleeves are sewn tight at the cuffs and require removal of hands before taking of the shirt. Open. Back.

    Pants: White/beige herringbone pattern fabric suit (same fabric as jacket), with working pockets on the sides (and pretend pockets on the back), working white zipper in front with a hook closure, a light beige lining fabric on the inside and tag inside that says "IT". Open. Back.

    Shoes: Dark beige brogue style shoes, with beige shoelaces, blue/aqua inner soles, and beige outer soles with a slight heel. Bag.

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


  • Winning Number Lucki Red Lorelei (Jember) 14069
    America's Queen of Pin-ups and Fashion is Here at Last!

    In this fourth year of the IT Jem line, the so far exclusive Jem's head sculpt, was now used for the first time on a doll in another one of IT's lines, Katy Keene. And this particular doll was the most popular out of the entire Katy Keene collection and sold out first. Perhaps by the help of Jem's headsculpt? She didn't have pink hair, and was not advertised as having anything to do with Jem. But this was also the first year that IT had started releasing a few dolls that, although they weren't officially Jem dolls and did have other names, could fit as a substitute for certain secondary characters seen only in the cartoon.

    I hereby declare this the first example of a doll mixed by two Jem characters. Where a sculpt of the Jem IT line is used, but is given another haircolor that another Jem character is known for. Aswell as in some cases with these mixed dolls, there are even further similarities from those two characters, like skincolor, eye color, clothing style, or something in the character description. In this case it's a mix of Jem and Kimber. Or is it?

    I haven't heard many who agree with this being an intentional mix of Jem characters, but several Jem fans bought this particular doll anyway for some reason. Another interesting comparison to this doll, is Kimber from the cartoon episode Journey Through Time, where Kimber has a look from the same period in history, the 40's, as the look of this doll, where Kimber wears a green outfit and has a hairstyle similar to this.

    Let's also mention that IT Jem designer Vaughn Sawyers designed this line, called Katy Keene. This is a licensed line based on characters of Katy Keene, a comic published by the Archies comics, that first appeared in 1945, was revived in 1983, 1990 and even in 2020. This redhead character, Lucki Lorelei, is Katy's best friend in the comics.

    Outside of the Jem community, many have rather compared Katy Keene, the main character of the comics, who is a singer, to the real life singer Katy Perry. Make a search on a search engine, and you will find lots of comparisons of very similar styles between them. Many have even claimed Katy Perry based her entire style on Katy Keene, which she has publicly denied.

    Personally I like the idea of mixed Jem characters, there are so many interesting possiblities. If it even is a mix to begin with. The idea has been even more adapted by Jem fans with a later doll though, released three years after this doll, in 2018 where many Jem fans agree Blue Burkhart is infact a mix of Shana and Kimber. Jem fans even renamed her "Shimber". So going by that idea, I named this doll "Jember", a mix of Jem and Kimber.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Katy Keene Collection.
    Announced on date: 27 April 2015. First pictures on 16 May 2015.
    Ready to ship: Estimated late July 2015. Shipped on 6 July or slightly earlier.
    Original price: $145.
    Offer type: Authorized dealers.
    Edition size: 425 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Jem / Katy Keene: Lucki Lorelei / Jerrica Benton 2.0.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: B-Tone.
    Hair color: Red.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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:

    Hat:

    Brooch:

    Brooch #2:

    Earrings:

    Jacket:

    Skirt:

    Tights:

    Gloves:

    Fur:

    Shoes:

    Handbag:

    Stand:

    Instructions:

    Certificate of authenticity:

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


  • The Odds are Stacked Gloria Grandbuilt (Harriet Horn) 14070
    America's Queen of Pin-ups and Fashion is Here at Last!

    The second doll from the Katy Keene line that has similarities to Jem characters. This one resembles Harriet Horn from the Jem cartoon.

    Since this is based on a character from another line, which pre-dates Jem, there's no intentional connection between the names, but I just thought it's funny how both names starts with the same first letters.

    Gloria infact uses a head sculpt created for the Jem line, the Roxy sculpt. A great sculpt in my opinion. Both Gloria and Harriet are blonde and have very similar hairstyles. Harriet is a bit older in the cartoon than the main characters, and this doll could pass for someone her age having that ladylike clothing style, which infact very much resembles what Harriet was most often seen wearing, aswell as in the same colors.

    This is perhaps not generally seen as a Harriet substitute among Jem fans. But there's been a slight buzz about Harriet being a wanted doll among Jem collectors, and IT even included her in a poll this same year, 2015. Although she wasn't one of the top choices among all the more famous characters and iconic looks for Jem herself. But obviously IT have had her in mind, and would have made her if we voted more for it. They even made a hint twice in the line by mentioning Harriet Horn in cardboard print magazine accessory included with their first Pizzazz, which says "The Harriet Horn Show", aswell as another one included with the Clash doll. And perhaps it's not so far-fetched to guess that the episode where Harriet first appeared, Scandal, is a favorite one of the IT designers, since they have released a Raya outfit that was introduced there, aswell as a Jetta outfit, and the "Bad Kimber" look which only appeared there, aswell as Sean who just like Harriet Horn was created by Mary Skrenes and also appeared in that episode.

    IT had just about reached the moment where Harriet was one of the likely next characters to be released as dolls in the Jem line, after making Eric, Lindsey, Anthony, Craig, Sean, Zipper, Jeff lookalike, Jamie lookalike, Howard lookalike, Jacqui lookalike, and Lexa lookalike, when they ended the line after 2017. And after they re-started it in 2020 they seem to have decided to not make any more official secondary cartoon characters, so far anyway.

    IT Jem designer Vaughn Sawyers designed the entire IT Katy Keene line. This line is a licensed line based on characters in the Katy Keene comics published by the Archies comics that first appeared in 1945. Gloria is a bit of a bad guy in the comics if I understand correctly, likewise Harriet is kinda the badguy among talkshow hosts.

    Infact let's even mention the main character of this line, Katy Keene, who unlike Jem, didn't get it's own sculpt created for her by IT, but uses the sculpt IT created for Rapture for the Jem line. So despite all of the available choices of head sculpts IT could have used for this line, they used Jem sculpts for each doll.

    Doll specs:
    Convention:
    Line: The Katy Keene Collection.
    Announced on date: 27 April 2015. First pictures on 16 May 2015.
    Ready to ship: Estimated early July 2015. Shipped on 6 July or slightly earlier.
    Original price: $145.
    Offer type: Authorized dealers.
    Edition size: 500 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Roxy / Color Infusion: Tilda Brisby / Katy Keene: Gloria Grandbuilt / Graphix.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Japan.
    Hair color: Pale Blonde.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    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:

    Hat:

    Brooch:

    Earrings:

    Bracelet:

    Jacket:

    Skirt:

    Tights:

    Fur:

    Shoes:

    Handbag:

    Stand:

    Instructions:

    Certificate of authenticity:

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.



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