2017 dolls

This was sadly the last year of the Integrity Toys doll line, as far as anyone knew at the time. Until the 35th anniversary comeback in 2020. We Jem fans had gotten so many of our Jem doll dreams come true, and many completists had a hard time keeping up with affording this high quality line. Integrity Toys had promised Jem fans four last releases this year, and they turned out to be Zipper x2, bride Kimber, a studio playset, and Sophisticated Lady Jem/Jerrica.

But Jem fans had also been asking for another release of Aja and Shana, aswell as Jem in the last outfit she was seen in the cartoon, so Integrity Toys announced they would do one last extra release of these things. All in all, fewer dolls/heads/fashions were released this year than previous years, only 2012 had less releases.

New this year was one new character, Zipper, which for the first time in the line was available in two different haircolors. A new haircolor for Jem that looks more like the pink we recognize from the 80's line and cartoon. And a new kind of hook and eye closures that are smaller and debuted on This Is Farewell Jem and was then used in the revivial of the line in 2020 and from then on.

By now, this line had lasted more years than the original Hasbro line, included more characters, more releases of Jem herself, and of course in higher quality. On the other hand, it included a smaller amount of fashions and less playsets (depending on whether you call some of the playset-like boxes actual playsets). Of course there were still many wants left, fashions and characters from both the original doll line and especially from the cartoon. And some of the things Jem fans still wished for, was a Synergy playset in her computer form, some more characters, and a bunch of more fashion looks from the cartoon and 80's doll line.

What we did get, sold in hundreds of each release! So this line was definitely successful, especially considering this is 30+ years after the original line and considering the prices of these high quality dolls, and also considering you needed to be paying W Club member to purchase several of these dolls. I have no idea what this would translate to for a playline publicly available in toystores across the world, but the Jem characters evidentally generate alot of sales in all doll forms, regardless of price and availability. And Jem fans certainly hoped for a continuation of the Integrity Toys line in the future.

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  • Zipper (Blond) 14094A
    Very little is known about the mysterious and shady character simply known as "Zipper", other than the fact that he always gets the job done, no matter the cost. A fan of shady deals, Zipper is totally unscrupulous and goes to great lengths to fulfill his assignments for Eric Raymond and The Misfits. Anything for a dollar and to scare Jerrica Benton and her friends to quit the industry! With his extensive criminal background, Zipper knows when it's time to "blend in" and can change his hair color or disguise himself at will to fulfill any "special" assignment!

    Before Zipper was released, some Jem collectors saw the 2015 IT Color Infusion fashion "Wild One" as Zipper's, and thought Zipper himself would never appear. Then some Graphix dolls were shipped by mistake with a Zipper box, which was big hint. And IT gave us some official clues even: "No one will get arrested because if the next character gets too hands on, usually things get a little "explosive"... ".

    This bad guy created for the cartoon by Christy Marx already for the fist episode "The Beginning" had been among the top most requested characters at this point. Even more than Howard Sands, Jacqui Benton, or Jeff Wright. Great to see it really happened, and with two hair colors even.

    What a clever way to comment on the fact that Zipper got another haircolor after the first five episodes, in IT's description, although his change of haircolor was most likely a blooper in the cartoon.

    IT created a brand new head sculpt for Zipper! Unexpected this far into the line and for a male character. I guess IT wanted to do this badguy justice. And they knew what they were doing, he looks tough! Infact it's so detailed you can even see slight wrinkles in his forehead. This head sculpt was later re-used on a character in another line byt IT, Paolo Marino, and I've heard that the sculpts have slight differences in the wrinkles on the forehead. This was the last new head sculpt IT introduced in the Jem line, since later releases has seen no new characters, but re-used sculpts for previously released characters.

    His outfit looks great, that's Zipper! The material of the jacket, feels and looks so much like real leather. He even has his logo on the back of the jacket. But there are some differences. Jacket is a whole other design almost, with pockets, no "waistbelt" at bottom, it looks more slim, and has no studs/spikes on the shoulders. Perhaps to appeal to none-Jem collectors aswell. In the IT promotional pictures, Zipper is only seen with a closed jacket in all pictures, although he never closed the jacket in the cartoon. Great detail with the back pockets on the pants. Zipper's shirt was light gray in the cartoon though, rather than white. Zipper had brown shoes with his main outfit. But the black shoes matched his burglar outfit better and looks good with his leather jacket aswell.

    The second outfit fits his badguy image, and was the second most worn by him in the cartoon, and he even got the ropes included here. Logical characteristic choice for Zipper, Although it's alot brighter in color in the cartoon, and it had no belly pocket. And the rope was brown. And Zipper had more colorful outfits, like the one in "Hot Time In Hawaii".

    Zipper sold out faster than probably any other Jem doll ever! It was quite a statement from cartoon fans, who had not gotten anywhere near as many wishes come true as the doll fans had. Zipper was only the 8th cartoon-based doll released for this line of 58 dolls in total!

    Some wondered if IT hereby used as much as two of the last announced spots of this line, by making two Zippers of different haircolors. But it turned out IT counted this officially as one release. Some fans even asked for a third haircolor, red, which was based on a mistake due to some messed up Rhino DVD releases that changed the colors. Integrity Toys definitely choose the correct haircolors for Zipper. Although, he had brown eyes with his blonde hair in the cartoon, rather than the blue on this doll, but we can't ask them to even print two different faces for that detail alone.

    This and the blackhaired Zipper, is definitely the rarest of all dolls in this line, with the blackhaired being much harder to come by. Partly because of the low editions of each haircolor, but even non-Jem collectors of Integrity Toys are very fond of the look of Zipper's headsculpt.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 17 March 2017.
    Ready to ship: Right away.
    Original price: $130.
    Offer type: IT Direct.
    Edition size: 200 dolls (of the blonde version).
    Head sculpt: Zipper / The Monarchs: Paolo Marino.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Blond.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

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

    Contents:
    Hand: Palms.

    Alternate hands: Palms.

    Jacket: Black leather-like jacket, with the Zipper logo embroidered on the back, pretend pockets on the sides, black zipper closure in front aswell as at the ends of the sleeves. Lined inside with a black fabric that helps it slip on and off very easily, and a tag with the Jem logo and which says 2016 on the backside. Open. Back. Tag.

    Shirt: White t-shirt in elastic fabric. Opens up halfway in the back from the top, with 3 button closures. Tag inside to the left, with Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. Back. Back open.

    Pants: Darkblue jeans, with two real pockets on the back. Opens up in front, where there is a decorative metal stud, darkblue/darkgray zipper closure aswell as a black hook and eye closure on top. Darkblue lining fabric inside, and tag inside left leg with the Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. Open. Back. Tag.

    Socks: Darkgray socks in slightly shiny fabric. Back.

    Shoes: Black leather-like combat style boots, with black shoelaces. Black insoles and black rubberlike outer soles that very impressively have the shape of real outsoles. A little difficult to put on and take off if the laces are tight, so gently loosen them. Soles.

    Hooded jacket: Very dark blue in slightly elastic fabric, with hood that have working straps to adjust the fit, and actual pocket on the belly, and a darkblue/darkgray zipper at the top of the front. Tag inside has the Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. Open. Back. Tag.

    Pants: Very dark blue in slightly elastic fabric, with elastic waist, real actual pockets. Tag inside the left leg, has the Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. Back. Tag.

    Rope: Long and thick shiny black thread, very neatly rolled into 7 laps.

    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. Marked 2015.

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

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


  • Zipper (Jet Black) 14094B
    Very little is known about the mysterious and shady character simply known as "Zipper", other than the fact that he always gets the job done, no matter the cost. A fan of shady deals, Zipper is totally unscrupulous and goes to great lengths to fulfill his assignments for Eric Raymond and The Misfits. Anything for a dollar and to scare Jerrica Benton and her friends to quit the industry! With his extensive criminal background, Zipper knows when it's time to "blend in" and can change his hair color or disguise himself at will to fulfill any "special" assignment!

    Read the description and contents of the blonde Zipper doll, same things go here mostly, since they share everything except for the haircolor and a letter in the product number. I prefer Zipper as blonde, but I prefer the outcome of this doll because this headsculpt looks better to me with black hair. Apparently many agreed and bought a blackhaired Zipper.

    What could be better about getting Zipper, than getting two versions of him at once? Well, maybe some IT collectors would have preferred the blackhaired head included with the quick switch feature. But personally I always prefer it like this, when each doll gets their own body. And for those who didn't want two dolls/heads, this gave us the option to only pay for the one we wanted.

    This blackhaired look is how Zipper looked after the first five episode, when Zipper appeared in five episodes with black hair. This doll has the correct blue eyes that Zipper got once he switched haircolor. And he only ever wore the extra outfit with the hoodie when his haircolor had changed to black.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 17 March 2017.
    Ready to ship: Right away.
    Original price: $130.
    Offer type: IT Direct.
    Edition size: 200 dolls (of the blackhaired version).
    Head sculpt: Zipper / The Monarchs: Paolo Marino.
    Body sculpt: FR Homme Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Jet Black.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

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

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


  • Tomorrow Is My Wedding Day Kimber Benton 14093
    Seen here wearing the dress that she wore on that faithful day when she almost got married (much to her sister and friends' dismay) in the JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS episode titled "And The Winner Is?", KIMBER BENTON looks ravishing as a rock 'n roll bride!

    What a spectacular release for the Jem line, going in a completely different direction after all rockstar outfits, and they really put alot of effort into this big dress to give us that glamorous fairytale wedding feeling.

    Hairstyle looks very familar, but Kimber has a slightly different hairstyle in the cartoon with no sidehair hanging down. To get that hairdo from the cartoon, this doll actually got slightly less hair than the other Kimber releases. So I suggest keeping it in it's original hairdo, especially since its hair is cut in a certain way to fit this hairdo.

    Although many wanted Kimber in this outfit, by now we had already gotten two previous Kimber dolls (plus an extra head), but only one of Aja, Shana, and Raya. But later this same year, IT released another Aja and Shana with their Glitter 'n Gold fashions. I, for one, don't think there were too many Kimbers, since there were countless more releases of Jem herself, and Kimber is a very popular character.

    This doll came in a quite large box to fit the wedding dress. Wedding dresses is like a department of their own, unrelated to the music themed outfits in this cartoon. It was an iconic cartoon look for many fans, from a fanfavorite two-parter "Hollywood Jem" episodes. A look rumored to have been planned as a release for Kimber already in the 80's line. Even though IT changed the design of the dress somewhat from what we can see in the cartoon. This doll is kind of a match with both the already released Jeff (Ollie) doll, Sean, and even has a connection to the Award Night Jem doll whose outfit first appeared in the same episode. Well even the first ever IT Jem doll look, Hollywood Jem, is very featured in the same two-parter.

    This is the first Kimber without stagemakeup, which looks very good on her and it's almost surprising they didn't already give her this makeup for one of her previous releases. And this is also the first Kimber to have the Japan skin tone, while all the previous ones were FR White.

    The likeness to the cartoon version is obvious, and they even took notice of many specific details, even if some of them ended up being shaped slightly differently. The leaves on the roses are missing on the doll. The veil is much shorter than in the cartoon. This doll didn't get the garter (and nothing blue infact) as seen in the cartoon. And no wedding ring. Which was a unfortunate because it was made a big deal of in the cartoon story and even song. Maybe an official Jeff or a wedding Sean was once planned, would have included a ring.

    For probably the first time in this line, pictures leaked of a doll in its package and everything, as a seller posted it on ebay for 350$ and with as much as 11 pictures. Jem fans didn't know if it was real or not. The seller was in Rhode Island, and is a woman who has said to be a former Hasbro employee. My guess is that Hasbro was given some dolls when they were just produced by IT, and a doll ended up with a person who wanted to sell them, with no bad intentions of revealing anything in advance. However, this same seller also sold other IT Jem dolls, although I don't think they were leaked before their release. Like a Lindsey, Zipper (blond), Graphix, Raya, 4 Rock 'N Royalty Riot, 3 Designing Woman Pizzazz, 6 Bands Break Up Kimber, 2 Bands Break Up Stormer, Shana, 2 Danse, 2 Sean, Twilight In Paris Jem/Jerrica, and Regine. So I think it's safe to say IT shipped atleast 6 of each doll to Hasbro for approval/gift before officially anouncing them to the public.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 21 April 2017.
    Ready to ship: 24 April 2017.
    Original price: W Club $130. Public $140.
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive.
    Edition size: 400 dolls.
    Head sculpt: Kimber Benton / Clash / Color Infusion: Blue Burkhart.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Bright Red.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

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

    Contents:
    Hands: Palms.

    Alternate hands: Palms. In bag.

    Earrings: Side. Back. In bag with necklace.

    Necklace: In bag with earrings.

    Veil: Spread. Underside. In bag.

    Dress: Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Petticoat: Above. Back. Back open.

    Stockings: Back. On doll.

    Shoes: Above. Soles. Packaged.

    Bouquet: Above. 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 2016. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 black plastic pieces, underarm support and saddle support, to put on top of the pole one at the time, to hold the doll. 4 pieces in total. Side. Underside. Base in bag. Supports and pole in bag. Supports in bag #2.

    Instructions: In bag with certificate.

    Certificate of authenticity: In bag with instructions.

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


  • Sophisticated Lady Jem Duo-doll Gift Set 14096
    Once transformed into JEM, she wears a truly outrageous two-piece skirt suit with strategically placed embroidery details that add all of the glamour that she needs for those exciting interviews and special appearances! JEM also wears a matching embroidered hat, a beautiful necklace and some killer pumps to complete her fantastic look!

    For this Jem look, many fans were pretty certain it would be either this or the 1986 doll fashion Up & Rockin' (which instead was released in 2020). Unlike the IT releases "Twilight In Paris" and "Who Is He Kissing", this set has the original Hasbro fashion name. I guess "Jealousy" would be the only other option, since it was very featured in that music video.

    For the very first time in this line, IT changes the haircolor of Jem to actual pink instead of the previous slight pink/peach tone. I'm the only one who has ever mentioned the haircolor tone of the Jem dolls as far as I can find. It was not a big deal, but IT is the kind of company that puts effort into adjusting things to perfection in each release. Although they never made a big deal about announcing the update, and I hadn't even realized this change from the promotional pictures, until I opened my doll box. Not only that, the hair is a different type of material, probably nylon rather than the previous saran. This particular color is called "kitten pink". Now Jem fans definitely prefer this haircolor. It looks amazing, although still a few shades darker than in the 80's. But a whiter tone might appear too white. And they made Jem's hair full like in the cartoon, but a little bit curled.

    In a way, this is the ultimate Jem IT doll, with a nice combination of a known Jem fashion, well made, great recognizable makeup (brown eyebrows instead of black or blue though), and full hair in a very recognizable color.

    This classy 80's businesswoman look started out as a 1986 FlipSide fashion from the 80's doll line, with a look for both Jem and Jerrica. In the cartoon it first appeared in the episode "Frame Up". Obviously not similar in color to the 80's doll fashion, since IT luckily went with the cartoon look.

    The embroidery on the collar and lapels of the jacket is a new thing, and a stunning detail! Although quite different from the cartoon colors, as those areas had a darker purple color in the cartoon rather than the reddish color it gets here. That top under the jacket was not in the cartoon, a nice extra though. The 80's doll has sandals instead of pumps, and IT added a nice looking bowtie on the back of the shoes, which I can't recall from the cartoon.

    They actually did the necklace especially for this design, which I really appreciate. It also resembles the necklace in shape that came with the 80's doll fashion, but on the other hand that shape wasn't specific for only this Hasbro fashion. Maybe they found the look of the cartoon necklace from this site, since it's the only site that pictures it, and same thing with the purse which Jem seldom carried. It doesn't come with any glasses like the 80's doll, but then again they weren't included in the cartoon.

    IT must have looked at the model cels of these fashions, because they photographed their dolls in very similar poses. Perhaps they referred to this site, since both model cels were available here. And as for one of the other poses IT did for the Jem doll, where Jem is holding up her hands, that must be based on a certain scene in the cartoon.

    IT had a limit of only one set to be purchased by each W Club member the first day. Although, this set of dolls was posted for sale on ebay before it was for sale for W Club members, by someone who got ahold of one probably through Hasbro.

    In time for this release, we had been told it was the very last release of IT in their Jem line, but they did reveal before they started selling this set that they had some more suprises coming up. Had they not informed us in time, I bet this set would had sold out crazy fast, but it's a very honest thing to do to share that info with us in advance.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 1 May 2017.
    Ready to ship: 12 June 2017.
    Original price: $175. (including Jerrica)
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive.
    Edition size: 400 sets.
    Head sculpt: Jerrica Benton / Video / Jem 2.0 / Color Infusion: Jaeme Costas.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Japan.
    Hair color: Pink. (New haircolor for Jem for the first time in the line, more pink than the previous dolls)
    Quickswitch: No.

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

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

    Contents:
    Hands: With painted nails that match the lips. Palms.

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

    Earrings: Red metal starshaped. Back. Packaged.

    Necklace: Golden metal with two colors of purple around the neck, and a golden gemstone in the middle. Kinda hard to put on. Try to push it on as far up the neck as possible, where the neck is the thinnest. Same shape as released in 2020 for the Up & Rockin' Jerrica Benton / Jem Flip-Side Gift Set. Underside. Packaged.

    Hat: Purple with darkpink top, in sturdy fabric, and top is embroidered with darkpink shapes of flowers. Lined inside with a darkpink/purple satin fabric. Underside. Packaged.

    Hat pin: Metal, 2,5cm long. In bag.

    Jacket: Purple with dark pink embroidered flowerpattern on the darkpink lapels aswell as down along the opening and bottom of the jacket aswell as on the folded darkpink ends of the sleeves, and the shoulders have sewn in shoulderpads. Purple fabric lining inside, aswell as a tag on the left with the Jem and The Holograms logo which says 2016 on the backside. Open. Back. Back open.

    Top: Shiny purple fabric with shoulderstraps from front to the back. No lining fabric inside. Tag inside with jem and The Holograms logo, and says 2016 on the back. Opens upp al the way in the back, with white velcro closure. On doll. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Skirt: Shine purple fabric, with purple fabric lining inside, aswell as a tag with the Jem and The Holograms logo which says 2016 on the backside. Back. Back open. On doll. Tag. Tag back.

    Stockings: Skincolored with elastic waist. Same color as the ones for Jerrica in the same set. On doll. Back.

    Shoes: Glittery metallic purple high heels, with a fabric sticking up from inside the heel, and a flowershap on the outsides, and purple glitter plastic heels. Golden insoles and black outer soles. Some are a little too small to fit on the feet. From above. Soles.

    Purse: Darkpink vinyl-like fabric, with one hook and eye closure. Open. 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 2016. Silver-colored pole, adjustable in height, inner part is metal, outer part is chromed plastic with a plastic plug in the bottom. 2 black plastic pieces, underarm support and saddle support, to put on top of the pole one at the time, to hold the doll. 4 pieces in total.

    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.

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

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


  • Sophisticated Lady Jerrica Benton Duo-doll Gift Set 14096
    Pragmatic music executive JERRICA BENTON and the glamorous JEM are fully articulated dolls with fully rooted hair and hand-applied eyelashes. Dressed to impress as always, JERRICA wears an 80s inspired two-piece ensemble in complementary shades of purple and lavender, offset with a bright pink hat, neck scarf and scarf belt. She also completes the look with faux-suede booties, a dark purple bracelet and her signature JEMSTAR earrings, which allow her to turn into the fantastic JEM!

    This doll was released in a set with the above Jem doll. Like the Jem doll, Jerrica gets another haircolor, slightly more yellow. Which is nice for variation. And I think I like this Jerrica's hair the best of all though, it looks so full.

    This is the fourth Jerrica doll of IT, if you count the head included with Twilight In Paris Jem. And the first Jerrica doll for two years! And first ever with a smiling head sculpt, which is actually Jem's main head sculpt, which many fans wanted for Jerrica for completion since Jem had already been released in both her own and Jerrica's face sculpt.

    This fashion was introduced in the episode "In Stitches", although it was created and ready to be introduced already in "Starbright Part 2: Colliding Stars", where it never made it. But why this fashion for Jerrica? Apparently since it goes well with the style and colors of the Jem fashion. And both of these outfits were worn in the same scene in the episode "In Stitches", so I guess IT saw a match there. Especially since this is the outfit Jerrica is wearing underneath the Jem outfit when the hologram temporarily disappears on the airplane. Seems to be a favorite episode of the Jem doll designers of Integrity Toys, since they released as much as seven fashions for their line from this episode, and that's on top of the original doll outfits. Or does IT know something we don't about this fashion? Was it an original Hasbro plan? The original look of Jerrica's part of the 80's doll fashion? Jerrica does have a hat with this fashion after all, which she did in the 80's line to cover the pink hair, and she rarely wore a hat in the cartoon with cartoon-only fashions. It's a very nice look for Jerrica either way. And it feels like a very full outfit.

    It's easy to see it's the same fashion as in the cartoon though, very recognizable shapes and colors, although many Jem fans are probably not very familiar with this look. The pink is perhaps a slightly different tone. The IT hat looks slightly bigger. The collar looks fuller on the doll. The IT skirt could had been a tiny bit longer. Biggest difference is the shape of the shoes. And IT made the bracelet more detailed. But it turned out great!

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 1 May 2017.
    Ready to ship: 12 June 2017.
    Original price: $175. (including Jem)
    Offer type: IT Direct exclusive.
    Edition size: 400 sets.
    Head sculpt: Jem / Katy Keene: Lucki Lorelei / Jerrica Benton 2.0.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Japan.
    Hair color: Blond.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

    Packaging:
    Outer boxes: Shipper box. Carton box (and close-up).
    Doll box: Front (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. Identical to the ones for Jem in the same set. Back. In bag.

    Bracelet: Metal with blue colors in rectangle shapes around it. In bag.

    Hat: Pink, with pink liner inside. Back. Packaged.

    Hat pin: Metal, 2,5cm long. In bag.

    Neck scarf: Shiny pink textured fabric, with the same fabric as lining on the inside. Two hook and eye closures. Same fabric as on the scarf belt. Open. Back. Back open.

    Shirt: Light purple with long sleeves. Light purple lining inside, with that on the right side with the Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2016 on the backside. The back opens up completely, with 4 hook and eye closures. On doll. Open. Back. Back open.

    Skirt: Long violet skirt, with big slit in the back. A brighter violet lining fabric inside, and a tag to the right with the Jem and The Holograms logo and says 2016 on the backside. 3 hook and eye closures in the back. Back. Closure. Tag. Tag back.

    Scarf belt: Shiny pink textured fabric. Same fabric as on the neck scarf. Straight. Packaged.

    Stockings: Skincolored with elasti waist. Same color as the ones for Jem in the same set.

    Shoes: Light purple high heel boots in two different fabrics a satin-like and a fuzzy one. With light purple shoelaces. White insoles and black outer soles. From above. Soles. In bag.

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

    Instructions: Same as the one with Jem, only one was included in the set.

    Certificate of authenticity: Same as the one with Jem, only one was included in the set.

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


  • This is Farewell Jem 14101
    While she wore this costume multiple times during the course of the hit 80's cartoon show, this outfit worn by our truly outrageous star is mainly remembered as the one she wore in the very last scene of the very last episode of the show titled "A Father Should Be" as she waved goodbye to her fans for the last time.

    This is the last we ever see Jem wear in the cartoon. Not the last fashion introduced, but what she wears when she waves good bye to Ba Nee (which is actually to us viewers according to Christy Marx) in the very last episode. This outfit is even the most worn fashion in the entire cartoon (except for her main pink outfit) although it appeared about halfway through the cartoon, and is perhaps still not one of the most recognizable. But the choice of fashion from this iconic last sight of Jem, and the name chosen by Integrity Toys is an example of IT's big hearts for Jem. And it was an extra doll IT made for us fans, to end the line with a farewell doll, instead of Sophisticated Lady which was meant to be the last Jem.

    This look never made it into the 80's doll line, while there are rumors of such plans, and some prototype pictures that perhaps depict this fashion, although it's hard to see.

    This Jem has the same haircolor as Sophisticated Lady Jem, and then when IT restarted the line in 2020 they changed the hairtype and color again, so there were only two ever Jem dolls with this hair type. Unlike Sophisticated Lady, this Jem has the open smile head sculpt. Nice idea of IT to end the line with a smiling Jem doll, although in the cartoon the last we saw of Jem she had her mouth closed.

    She doesn't have alot of makeup, but some dark makeup above the eyes that we haven't seen before on an IT Jem doll, but which kinda matches the two different tones of purple/lightblue eye-makeup she wears in the cartoon in different episodes. Nice with a blue outfit among all the pink and purple. Her accessories are packaged like the very first IT Jem doll, Hollywood Jem, perhaps an homage.

    It bares very good resemblance to the cartoon, and nice to see IT made the yellow parts of the fashion golden. Infact they picked up on so many details it's amazing. Maybe the shoes are a slight tone darker in the cartoon though, but IT's color was a great update.

    Like with Glitter 'n Gold Aja and Shana, IT didn't send out any promotional pictures of prototypes, so no one knew exactly what these dolls would look like when paying the advance deposit. Of course we all knew the outcome would look great.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection
    Announced on date: 26 June 2017.
    Ready to ship: Estimated Winter 2017. Shipped in early March 2018.
    Original price: $130. $25 deposit.
    Offer type: IT Direct.
    Edition size: 500 dolls or less, it's believed to be. Edition size based on number of pre-orders.
    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. Same as Sophisticated Lady.
    Foot sculpt: High-heeled.
    Quickswitch: No.

    Promotional pictures:
    Picture 1.

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

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

    Alternate hands: With another pose than the other sets of hands. With painted nails in pink, matching her lips. Palms. In bag.

    Alternate hands #2: With another pose than the other sets of hands. With painted nails in pink, matching her lips. Palms. In bag.

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

    Bracelet: Lightblue metal open ring. In bag. Back. Above.

    Bracelet #2: Golden metal open ring, bent and styled shape. In bag. Back. Above.

    Headband: A long golden band tied around the head in a ribbon.

    Jacket: Lightblue (same fabric as on the pants), and golden in front, on half the sleeves and under the collar. The golden fabric has blue sewn-on sequins, and a smaller white sequins sewn on over each, mixed with some small brown glass pearls. White collar fabric on the inside. Brighter blue lining fabric inside, tag has the Jem logo and says 2016 on the back. 6 hook and eye closures (new kind of hooks). Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Belt: Golden leather-like fabric with three purple rhombus-shaped gemstones glued on front, and white inside the belt. One hook and eye closure (new kind of hooks). Open. Back open.

    Pants: Lightblue, capri-length (same fabric as on the jacket). Even brighter blue lining fabric inside, and tag with Jem logo that says 2016 on the backside. 2 hook and eye closures (new kind of hooks) in the back. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Shoes: High heel pumps, lightblue/aqua in leather-like fabric, with golden insoles and beige outer soles in leather-like fabric. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Microphone: Blue plastic handle with chromed top and button, and hole in bottom for cord. In bag.

    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. Base in bag.

    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.

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

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

    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. In bag with certificate.

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


  • Glitter 'n Gold Aja Leith On-stage mini-giftset 14100
    AJA LEITH is the most rockin' and rollin' HOLOGRAM and we are honored to bring fans the final version of this character that everyone's been clamoring for! Since JEM and RIO PACHECO got the Glitter 'n Gold treatment, the rest of the band has been asking to get matching looks and we are thrilled to finally be able to bring you this fantastic final AJA doll, wearing her version of the Glitter 'n Gold look AND also, she comes with a bonus dress for her band-mate KIMBER BENTON to wear on stage, as well!

    Finally a second Aja by Integrity Toys, something fans had been looking forward to. This doll has a very different haircolor than the first IT Aja doll. This haircolor is lightblue, and in comparison it makes the first IT Aja's hair look turquoise. And the hairband is IT's invention. Her makeup became slighlty less apparent on the eyebrows and eyemakeup, and lips are now more pink than peach. Happily this outfit turned out to have pink colors, unlike the art used in the IT promotion pics which incorrectly looks almost red.

    I would have preferred Aja's last outfit to be "She Makes An Impression" from the 80's doll line (which IT later released in their 35th Jem anniversary comeback), or A-5 you know the white and red one which she wears more than any other in the cartoon (except for her main outfit). But some fans prefer outfits they can match with existing IT doll releases to pose on shelves, and this is part of the cartoon sets created to match Glitter 'n Gold Jem.

    Good idea of IT to include a bonus outfit, Glitter 'n Gold for Kimber, to even up the releases of the characters since so many Kimbers were already released. Although the earrings Kimber wore in the cartoon looked more like hoops. This doll only comes with one set of hands, and so does the Glitter 'n Gold Shana, which is a first for this line.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 26 June 2017.
    Ready to ship: Estimated winter 2017. Shipped early March 2018.
    Original price: $150. $25 deposit.
    Offer type: IT Direct.
    Edition size: 500 dolls or less, it's believed to be. Edition size based on number of pre-orders.
    Head sculpt: Aja Leith / Color Infusion: Kika Yeung / The Industry: Jade 3.0 (resized smaller).
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: Japan.
    Hair color: Sky Blue.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

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

    Contents:
    Hands: Pink nails matching her lips. The ones she came wearing. She didn't come with any alternate pair.

    Hairband: Metallic darkpink, with one hook and eye closure.

    Earrings: Golden metal studs, in a flat round shape. Back.

    Necklace: Darkpink choker with golden edges. Golden pearl and eye closure.

    Bracelets x2: Golden metal in wide bangle shape.

    Bodysuit: White with a darkpink and golden mesh in a pattern of flowers, pink ruffles sticking up on top with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer. Lined with white fabric inside. 4 hook and eye closures in the back, and tag with the Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Skirt: Long skirt with open front, in dark pink fabric with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer, and ribbon in front at the waist in the same fabric. Lined inside with the same fabric, and a tag with the Jem logo, tag back says 2016. One button aswell as 2 hook and eye closures in front. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Stockings: Light pink with elastic waist. On doll. Stockings.

    Shoes: Metallic darkpink high heel pumps. White insoles and black rubber-like outsoles. Soles. In bag.

    Earrings #2 (for Kimber): Golden metal studs, in a flat round shape. Back.

    Necklace #2 (for Kimber): Lightblue choker with golden edges. Golden pearl and eye closure. Straight.

    Bracelets #2 x2 (for Kimber): Golden metal in wide bangle shape.

    Bodysuit #2 (for Kimber): White with a lightblue/aqua and golden mesh in a pattern of flowers, diagonal-shaped at top with silver ruffles hanging down on top with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer. Lined with white fabric inside. 5 hook and eye closures in the back, and tag with the Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Skirt #2 (for Kimber): Long skirt with open front, in light blue fabric with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer, and ribbon in front at the waist in the same fabric. Lined inside with the same fabric, and a tag with the Jem logo, tag back says 2016. One button aswell as 2 hook and eye closures in front. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Stockings #2 (for Kimber): Lightblue with elastic waist. Back.

    Shoes #2 (for Kimber): Metallic blue high heel pumps. White insoles and black rubber-like outsoles. Soles. In bag.

    Hanger: Pink cardboard print. Not really an accessory, just came along to hold the extra Jerrica outfit. "Danse" Dvorak came with one aswell.

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

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

    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 with certificate.


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


  • Glitter 'n Gold Shana Elmsford On-stage mini-giftset 14099
    SHANA ELMSFORD is well known for her design talents and for all of the truly outrageous looks she created for her friends and band members, THE HOLOGRAMS! Since JEM and RIO PACHECO got the Glitter 'n Gold treatment, the rest of the band has been asking to get matching looks and we are thrilled to finally be able to bring you this fantastic final SHANA doll, wearing her version of the Glitter 'n Gold look AND also, she comes with a bonus dress for her band-mate RAYA ALONZO to wear on stage, as well!

    Time for a second Shana, to catch up with the amount of Kimbers. The doll itself is not all too similar to the first one, which is nice for variation. This doll has a much darker lavender haircolor than the previous Shana doll by IT. She now has a golden makeup with actual golden glitter overthe eyes, less apparent makeup on the cheeks, and just slighlty brighter red makeup. Some Jem fans wanted this outfit in particular, to match with the Glitter 'n Gold Jem. And IT made it look magical, and gave it the same shimmering kind of fabric as the GNG Jem.

    Nice to have a second outfit included aswell, from the same set of fashions, for Raya (although her last name is misspelt with a "Z" instead of an "S" in the official description). In the cartoon Raya's top and skirt matched more in color, but the IT version looks even better. This doll, just like the GNG Aja, only came with one set of hands, and are the only two dolls in the entire line that only comes with one pair of hands.

    This, and the other two dolls announced at the same time, were the last IT ever released, as far as we knew at the time, and all three were the first that ever required a deposit to be paid before we saw any prototype of the dolls. And the number of dolls manufactured was based directly on the number of pre-orders that they received.

    Doll specs:
    Line: The Jem and The Holograms Collection.
    Announced on date: 26 June 2017.
    Ready to ship: Estimated winter 2017. Shipped in early March 2018.
    Original price: $150. $25 deposit in advance.
    Offer type: IT Direct.
    Edition size: 500 dolls or less, it's believed to be. Edition size based on number of pre-orders.
    Head sculpt: Shana Elmsford / Color Infusion: Nyasha Lauder.
    Body sculpt: Color Infusion / Jem Version 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR Black.
    Hair color: Lavender.
    Quickswitch: No.

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

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

    Contents:
    Hands: Red nails matching her lips. The ones she came wearing. She didn't come with any alternate pair.

    Banana clip: Golden chromed plastic banana hairclip for the back of the head. Opens up. Came previously with Rapture doll in black. Open. Underside.

    Earrings: Golden metal studs, in a flat round shape. Back. Packaged.

    Bracelet x2: Golden metal in wide bangle shape. Packaged.

    Bodysuit: White with a lavender and golden mesh in a pattern of flowers, lavender ruffles hanging down on top with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer. Lined with white fabric inside. 6 hook and eye closures in the back, and tag with the Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. On doll. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Skirt: Long skirt with open front, in purple fabric with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer, and ribbon in front at the waist in the same fabric. Lined inside with the same fabric, and a tag with the Jem logo, tag back says 2016. One button aswell as 2 hook and eye closures in front. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Stockings: Lavender with elastic waist. Back.

    Shoes: Metallic purple high heel pumps. White insoles and black rubber-like outsoles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Earrings #2 (for Raya): Golden metal dangle hoops. Packaged.

    Armlet (for Raya): Golden metallic with 7 golden studs in the shape of gemstones all around it. Hook and eye closure. Back. In bag.

    2 Bracelets #2 (for Raya): Golden metal in wide bangle shape. Packaged.

    Collar (for Raya): Golden ruffle with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer. Hook and eye closure. Open. Underside.

    Bodysuit #2 (for Raya): Teal with a teal and golden mesh in a pattern of flowers. Lined with teal fabric inside. 6 hook and eye closures in the back, and tag with the Jem logo and says 2016 on the backside. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Skirt #2 (for Raya): Long skirt with open front, in golden teal fabric with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer, and ribbon in front at the waist in golden fabric with a glittery metallic iridescent shimmer. Lined inside with the same fabric as shirt, and a tag with the Jem logo, tag back says 2016. One button aswell as 2 hook and eye closures in front. Open. Back. Back open. Tag. Tag back.

    Tights #2 (for Raya): Skincolored with elastic waist. Back.

    Shoes #2 (for Raya): Golden high heel pumps. White insoles and beige rubber-like outsoles. Above. Soles. In bag.

    Hanger: Pink cardboard print. Not really an accessory, just came along to hold the extra Jerrica outfit. "Danse" Dvorak came with one aswell.

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

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

    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 with certificate.


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


  • Wicked Glamour Constance Madssen (Lexa) 73008

    Another slightly older lady from the Jem cartoon, from an episode by Christy Marx and Ellen Guon. This is not actually Lexa, but close enough for me with the black and white hair, red lipstick, blue eyes, similar purple outfit, and since she is supposed to be a badguy like Lexa. Lexa is a member of the royal family of Morvania in the cartoon, and partly seen in the Misfits music video "Queen of Rock and Roll".

    Perhaps more famous from this episode is Kimber's royal lookalike Adriana, whom is something of a fanfavorite, although it's not really likely that IT would release an exact Kimber lookalike with a less known outfit compared to Kimber's own outfits.

    There are a few male characters I'd expect before IT would intentionally release Lexa or even a Lexa-substitute. But obviously IT prefers female characters, and perhaps secondary characters like Mrs. Bailey and Joanie Stuart aren't as appealing as Lexa. So in a way, Lexa is the most likely at this point.

    Another possible inspiration is Lady Tremaine, the wicked Stepmother from Cinderella. Or a number of other Disney badguys. But Constance looks more like Lexa than she looks like any of those.

    A very cool looking doll, and I really like that IT added the white in her hair. Unfortunately this doll can't share shoes with the IT Jem line though, since it has smaller feet.

    Doll specs:
    Convention: Fashion Fairytale Convention
    Line: The East 59th Collection.
    Announced on date: 19 October 2017.
    Ready to ship: Available 19-21 October.
    Original price: $85. Special Event Giveaway Doll.
    Offer type: Special Event Giveaway Doll.
    Edition size: 200 dolls.
    Head sculpt: East 59th: Constance Madssen.
    Body sculpt: East 59th 1.0.
    Skin tone: FR White.
    Hair color: Black w/ White Stripe.
    Foot sculpt: The Industry High Heeled Feet. Smaller than Jem dolls.
    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.
    Inside: Liner (and close-up). Back.

    Contents:
    Hands: Palms.

    Earrings: Back. In bag with bracelets.

    Bracelets: Above: In bag with earrings.

    Scarf: Back Bag.

    Dress: Back. Back 2. Back open. Closures. Tag.

    Panties: Back Back open.

    Shoes: Above. Soles.

    Stand: Underside. Base in bag. Pole in bag. Pole in bag #2.

    Certificate of authenticity: In bag.

    Other info on this site:
    Cartoon character description.



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