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  JEM was officially unveiled at the 1986 Toy Fair in New York City -- 1986 February 10th.
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30 Years of JEM! 1985-2015
JEM's 30th Anniversary
of the Glitter'n Gold line unveiling
at Toy Fair 1987
February 09, 1987 - February 09, 2017
JEM's 30th Anniversary
of the "Glitter and Gold"
Jem episode.
March 15, 1987 - March 15, 2017
JEM's 30th Anniversary
of the "Talent Search"
Jem episodes. (Raya/Jetta)
Sept. 21, 1987 - Sept. 21, 2017
 

 

JEMstars
JEM Character Bios

1985 Jem/Jerrica Benton™ | Kimber Benton™ | Aja Leith™ | Shana Elmsford™ | Rio Pacheco™ | Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™ | Mary "Stormer" Phillips™ | Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™ | Eric Raymond™ | Mrs. Bailey™ | Synergy™ | Howard Sands™ | Zipper™ | Countess Danielle Du Voisin™ | Lindsey "Lin-Z" Pierce™ | Anthony Julian™ | The Starlight Girls™

1986 Vivien "Video" Montgomery™ | Constance "Clash" Montgomery™ | Jeff Wright™ | Harvey Gabor™ | Shawn Harrison™ | Giselle "Danse" Dvorak™ | Techrat™

1987 Carmen "Raya" Alonso™ | Craig Phillips™ | Sheila "Jetta" Burns™ | Harriet Horn™ | Emmett Benton™ | Jacqui Benton™ |

1988 Rory "Riot" Llewelyn™ | Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™ | Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™ | Maeve "Astral" Eldrich™ | Regine Césaire™ Gwendolyn "Graphix" Snyd™ | Rama Llama

2015 Blaze™

 

 
JEM
Jem and the Holograms Ornament!
(Oct 1, 2016)
JEM the Comic Book!(April 2015)
hallmark.com
 

 
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of the first airing on Super Sunday
October 6, 1985 -- October 6, 2020

Count Down Clock:
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of the Jem dolls line's unveiling
at Toy Fair 1986
February 02, 1986 - February 02, 2021
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of "the Beginning"
extended Jem episode.
April 04, 1986 - April 04, 2021
JEM's 35th Anniversary
of the first "New" Jem episode
"Starbright Part 1- Falling Star."
July 7, 1986 - July 7, 2021
 

2017 UPDATE
on Ruby Red™ Jem®
Welcome to the Official home of Ruby Red Jem!
 

 

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JEM is Here!

Integrity Toys Licensing Deal ...
 
2012
San Diego Comic ConHollywood Jem™
Hollywood Jem™
SDCC 2012
Jem and the Holograms™ - Classic Jem™, Jerrica Benton™, Rio Pacheco™ & Synergy™
Classic Jem™, Jerrica Benton™, Synergy™ & Rio Pacheco™
November 2012
 
2013
The Holograms - Kimber Benton™, Aja Leith™ & Shana Elmsford™
The Holograms™: Kimber Benton™, Aja Leith™ & Shana Elmsford™
March 2013
The Misfits - Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™, Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™ & Mary "Stormer" Phillips™
The Misfits™: Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™, Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™ & Mary "Stormer" Phillips™
May 2013
The Stingers - Rory "Riot" Llewelyn™, Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™ & Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™
The Stingers™: Rory "Riot" Llewelyn™, Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™ & Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™
September 2013

Continuing after
the original Licensing Deal ...
Broadway Magic JemGlitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton™ / Glitter'n Gold Rio Pacheco™
Broadway Magic Jem™ W Club 2013, Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton™ SDCC 2013 & Glitter'n Gold Rio Pacheco™ IT Direct 2013
Who Is He Kissing? Flipside Giftset / the Holograms Stage Essentials & the Misfits Stage Essentials
Who Is He Kissing? Jem™ & Jerrica Benton™ December 2013 & Stage Essentials March 2014
 
2014
Carmen "Raya" Alonso™, Sheila "Jetta" Burns™ & Maeve "Astral" Eldrich™
Carmen "Raya" Alonso™, Sheila "Jetta" Burns™ & Maeve "Astral" Eldrich™
March 2014
Constance "Clash" Montgomery™, Vivien "Video" Montgomery™, Giselle "Danse" Dvorak™ & Regine Césaire™
Constance "Clash" Montgomery™, Vivien "Video" Montgomery™, Giselle "Danse" Dvorak™ & Regine Césaire™
June 2014
In Stitches Jem™ & Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™ Duet Giftset (2013 IT Direct Exclusive) Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
In Stitches Jem™ & Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™
IT Direct 2015 - March 2014
Techrat™
W Club 2014 - August 2015
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Rockin' Romance Jem™
Countess Danielle Du Voisin™
W Club 2014 Upgrade
Rockin' Romance Jem™
SDCC 2014
   
2015
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Lindsey Pierce™
IT Direct 2015
Eric Raymond™
IT Direct 2015
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Starstruck Jem™
IT Direct 2015 - Winter 2015
Craig Phillips™
IT Direct 2015 - Winter 2015
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Award Night Jem™
W Club 2015 - Early 2016
Twilight In Paris Jericca Benton/Jem™
SDCC 2015
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Anthony Julian™
IT Direct 2015 - Fall 2015
Showtime Jem™ SHOPBOP 2015 - October 2015
   
2016
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Sean Harrison™
IT Direct 2016 - Winter 2016
Rock 'N Roll Royalty
RIOT LLEWELYN™

IT Direct 2016
May 2016
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
The Bands Breakup
KIMBER BENTON™

IT Direct 2016
June/July 2016
The Bands Breakup
Mary "STORMER" Phillips™

IT Direct 2016
Late Summer 2016
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Designing Woman
Phyllis "PIZZAZZ" Gabor™

IT Direct 2016
June/July 2016
Gwendolyn "Graphix" Snyd™
W Club 2016 -
Feb 2017
   
Dolly-Days - New Editions with bonus fashions

Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™
Bonus "At The Awards" Dress
Roxanne "Roxy" Pelligrini™
Bonus "I'm With Her" Dress
Mary "Stormer" Phillips™
Bonus "I'm Okay" Outfit
Ingrid "Minx" Kruger™
Bonus "Are You Feeling Alright?" Outfit
Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe™
Bonus "Destiny" Outfit
IT Direct 2016
Nov 2016

   
2017
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
Zipper™
IT Direct 2017
March 2017

Tomorrow Is My Wedding Day
KIMBER BENTON™

IT Direct 2017
April 2017

   
Property of Integrity Toys,
no copyright infringement intended

Updated: April 2017

 

 

Shout! Factory

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JEM is now on DVD!

The Truly Outrageous Complete Series Season One
Shout! Factory DVD - Jem The Truly Outrageous Complete Series! Shout! Factory DVD - Jem The Truly Outrageous Complete Series! - Season One
October 11, 2011 October 11, 2011
   
Season Two Season Three
Shout! Factory DVD - Jem The Truly Outrageous Complete Series! - Season Two Shout! Factory DVD - Jem The Truly Outrageous Complete Series! - Season Three
February 14, 2012 July 10,
2012

Hasbro has reacquired the worldwide distribution rights to the Sunbow Library of Hasbro Classics on May 14, 2008.

Updated: Nov 3, 2011

 

 
MORE COMING SOON...
JEM the Comic Book!
(April 2015)
JEM the Comic Book!(April 2015)
IDWPublishing.com
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Everything you need to dress-up like Jem, Pizzazz or Synergy -- officially licensed by Hasbro. spirithalloween.com

Get your officially licensed Jem t-shirts at welovefine.com
Get your officially (USA) licensed Jem t-shirts at welovefine.com
thanks to the first welovefine/Jem contest, many Jem fan made designs are available for purchase.
Jem Tee Design Contest
Congratulations to the Winners! You are Superstars!

Get your officially licensed Jem t-shirts at truffleshuffle.co.uk
Nov 2011 - Get your officially (UK) licensed Jem t-shirts at truffleshuffle.co.uk
 

 
Jem The Movie
(October 23, 2015)
JEM the Movie!(2016?)
jemthemovie.com
 

 
Jem and the Holograms is coming to Nextflix in 2012
All 65 episodes of Jem and the Holograms
are available on Nextflix Instant Que ($7.99 per month)
 

 
JEM @ 2012 San Diego Comic Con
HollywoodJem Integrity Toys - licensed by Hasbro -  ©2012 Hasbro
 
JEM @ 2011 New York Comic Con
& UNIT•E
with JEM at the 2011 New York Comic Con
 

 
JEM's Beatin' Beetle - My Dream Car!
Just for fun
 

Fun Facts:

  • "Saturday's Hub premiere of "Jem and the Holograms" (2-5 p.m.) earned significant double-digit growth versus the prior week"
    thefutoncritic.com
  • Jem was the #1 rated cartoon show Nov. 1986 (Nielsen).
    2.) G.I. Joe, 3.) Smurfs, 4.) Transformers, 5.)Thundercats
    Playthings - June 1987
  • Jem made over $50 Million her first year. (Not Correct? - unless it's net vs gross) source
  • 1987 - "Hasbro said it had projected sales of $30 million this year, but had only sold $21 million worth of Jem dolls"
    LA Times - Aug 22, 1987
  • The Jem theme went Triple Platunum by Aug. 1987 - over 3,000,000 dolls sold which included the theme song.
    LA Times - Nov 9, 1987 - thanks CTD
  • By Sept. 1988 over 5,000,000 dolls were sold.
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JEMstars - JEM Character Bios
JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™

With the phenomenon called MTV (music television), Hasbro decided to capitalize on rock video revolution with a new fashion doll. The concept was brought to Hasbro by Bill Sanders, Barb and Joe Hyland. It sounds like the original concept was just Jem and her male band. It is unclear if this original concept for Jem included a secret identity or not.

Hasbro employed Griffin-Bacal Advertising as an advertising agency, and used their help with many of the 80’s Hasbro brands. Griffin-Bacal owned an animation studio called Sunbow Properties, Inc., and like most Hasbro properties Hasbro wanted an animated series to sell their new doll line. Jem was a little different, Hasbro had Sunbow release the cartoon first so it would appear that the doll line was based on the cartoon – most 80’s cartoons were based on toy lines, and by 1985 there was a backlash against the practice.

Christy Marx was employed by Sunbow Properties, Inc. as a writer, and was chosen to become the head writer for Jem when the concept of Jem needed to be developed. She took the concept of Jem, her band, a rival band, boyfriend, and secret identity created by a holographic computer, and created an outrageous world. So the story of Jem was born, with a young girl named Morgan, and later Misty who became a rock singer named “M” to capitalize on the MTV connection. Because Hasbro could not trademark a letter, they came up with the name JEM because they called M’s Jemstar earrings. Jem’s real identity became Jerrica, and Christy added the last name of Benton because Dr. Stephen A. Benton of Polaroid Corporation was a pioneer in developing holograms.

Christy’s story begins with Jerrica’s father Emmett Benton, recently passed away, who was the owner of Starlight Music. When Emmett passed he left Starlight Music to Jerrica and Eric Raymond (Emmett’s assistant) as co-owners. Jerrica soon found out Eric was misusing her father’s company and she knew she had to do something about it. Before Eric’s “rigged” Battle of the Bands, Jerrica got a mysterious package that included Jemstar earrings. The Jemstar earrings were remote micro projectors for the super computer named Synergy which Emmett had secretly built before he died. With the ability to disguise herself, Jerrica crashed Eric’s Battle of the Bands as Jem, with Jerrica’s sister Kimber and foster sisters Aja and Shana as the Holograms. Eric, with the Misfits who Eric was promoting, challenged Jerrica and her new band to another battle of the bands, but this time the winner would retain control of Starlight Music.
The magic of Jem was that Jem was written to sell the dolls to girls, but at the same time written to entertain boys so they wouldn’t want to change the channel. With a music video in every segment, a constant backing score, and at least two cliff hangers per episode it was the most exciting, musical and magical animated series at the time, or since.

Jerrica often became jealous of her other identity, and there was a constant struggle to deal with that jealous and keeping her secret identity a secret, especially since it was Eric and the Misfits mission in life to find out who Jem really was. To compound the drama Jerrica’s boyfriend Rio falls for Jem, and can’t really decide which personality was really his girlfriend.

Because store toy buyers, along with the general public, felt like Jem could not expand beyond a rock star, Hasbro came up with a “Hollywood Glamour” doll, which became 1987’s Glitter’n Gold Jem/Jerrica. Hasbro also gave Jem and fresh new look and smiling face with Flash’n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica. Flash’n Sizzle Jem and Jerrica were not featured in the series other than Jem’s new purple make-up. Because Jem dolls were higher priced than Barbie, Hasbro also came out with a pared-down version called Rock’n Curl Jem. To save cost and because of time restraints Hasbro’s Girls’ Hard (dolls) employed Hasbro’s Girls’ Soft (fashions) to create a budget minded fashion. Continuing the lower cost Jem dolls, Girls’ Hard developed Rockin’ Romance Jem and American Beauty Jem for a 1988 release. As a follow up to Glitter’n Gold Jem/Jerrica Hasbro was also developing a Hollywood Jem doll which would have been scented or come with a perfume, this Jem would have been the first without pink hair and completely divorced from the original rock singer concept. The description of Hollywood Jem was in the 1988 French Pre-Toy Fair catalog (but American Beauty Jem was pictured) Pictures of the Hollywood Jem doll were also sent to Sunbow to add into the series. Hollywood Jem should have had a fashion assortment just like Glitter’n Gold Jem/Jerrica, but because the 1987 Toy Fair sales did not hit expectations Hasbro suspended development on Jem and the assortment was never ordered.

When it finally came time for a JEM live action movie in 2015, most of what made Jem was no longer relevant. MTV, while not gone, hasn’t had music videos in decades. Youtube has become the new MTV, allowing anyone and everyone to upload videos of self-expression. Rock/pop stars release their music video on Youtube, just as they had in 80’s with MTV. The movie also took the focus off of Starlight Music, because mega recording companies are less significant/relevant in today’s music business – with digital store fronts, artist don’t have to find a record company, get a recording deal, etc., to release music. Records, cassettes (sold with the 1980’s Jem dolls), and even CDs are outdated formats. Even the super computer Synergy is a thing of the past, other than creating holograms, the cell phone in your pocket can do just about anything else Synergy did in the series, and much more.

Early concepts
M/Misty
became Jem/Jerrica
from an unnamed source
(see more here)
       
Jem (1986-1988)
1985 as part of Super Sunday / Super Saturday
JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™ JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™
JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™ JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™
the Holograms™ the Holograms™
5205-08 thru 5205-12 "Truly Outrageous"
JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™ JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™
JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™ JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™
5205-01 thru 5205-03 "Starbright"
JEM® / Jem/Jerrica™ / Jerrica Benton™  
5205-30 and 5205-31 "The Talent Search"    
       
Doll Development
Each doll was given a model number, consisting of the date and the order it was recorded in for that day. Polaroids were used to show the model, and any additional Polaroids showed changed after from the original. They also created an official “confidential” rendering (illustration) approved by the designer and their supervisor. A second larger presentation art illustration was created to get final approval from the board. There was along process of created the head molds, and once the doll was ready to produce a Deco Guide/Paintmaster and for some dolls Rooting Guide were sent to the factor(s) to show exactly how the make-up and hair should look. Hasbro also sent slides to the factor(s) to show what the final doll should look like.
ConfidentialNever intended for pubic domain

ConfidentialNever intended for pubic domain
Similar to the 1986 Fashions Assortments art

Polaroid of Model
from an ebay
(see more here)
Rendering
(by Lyn Fletcher*)
Presentation Art
(by Judith Nelson*)
Prototype Head Molds
(see more here)
Ruby Red “Jem”Deco. Guide601095-49M 1987 Jem/JerricaRooting Master606014-15M same as
produced doll boxes
and Licensing Kit
Deco Guide / Paintmaster
(by designer*)
example is "Ruby Red Jem"/Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica
(see more here)

Rooting Master
example is "1987 Jem/Jerrica"/Flash'n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica
(see more here)

Presentation Models
from an ebay
(see more here)
Box Art
(by Sharon Knettell*)
* = for prototypes, the designer and prototype creator are not always the same person // only known artist, but other artist may have been used. Sharon Knettell was the exclusive artist box art for the 1986 dolls and playsets, Hasbro had other artist manipulating and copying her style for the 1987 boxes to save money, so it is unclear which are specifically her designs. There is no sign of box art being included in one the 1988 doll boxes.
       
Marketing
Besides developing the doll line, having Sunbow develop the cartoon to sell the line, Hasbro also had to develop licensing and promotional material to promote the doll line. The Licensing Kit was developed to give licensees a guide to follow when packaging their licensed Jem product to have a constant look across all categories. The Hasbro Toy Catalogs were produced to show the available products each year to stores and the stores' toy buyers. The doll posters were produced and sold in the packages to show the consumer the other offerings available at retail.
1986 JEM Licensing Kit - Jem™ 1986 JEM Licensing Kit - Jerrica™ Hasbro 1986 US Toy Fair Catalog - 4000 Jem/Jerrica™
1986 Licensing Kit
(see more here)
1986 Hasbro
Toy Catalog

(see more here)
1986 Doll Poster
(see more here)
1987 JEM Licensing Update - Glitter 'N Gold™ Jem™ & Rio™ 1987 JEM Licensing Update -  Flash ' N Sizzle™ Jem™ Hasbro 1987 US 1st Quarterly & Media Guide - 4001 Glitter 'N Gold Jem™, Glitter 'N Gold Rio™, 4091 Glitter 'N Gold Roadster™ Hasbro 1987 US 1st Quarterly & Media Guide - 4002, Rock 'N Curl Jem™, 4020 Synergy™, 4003 Flash 'N Sizzle Jem™
1987 Licensing Kit Update
(see more here)
1987 US 1st Quarterly & Media Guide
(see more here)
Hasbro 1987 US Toy Fair Catalog - 4001 Gliter 'N Gold™ JEM®, 4016 Glitter ‘n Gold™ Rio™ Hasbro 1987 US Toy Fair Catalog -  4002 Rock ‘N Curl™ JEM®, 4003 Flash ‘N Sizzle™ JEM®/Jerrica™ Hasbro 1988 US Pre-Toy Fair Catalog - 4004 ROCKIN' ROMANCE™ JEM® , 4007 AMERICAN BEAUTY™ JEM®
1987 Hasbro Toy Catalog
(see more here)
1987 Doll Poster
(see more here)
1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog
(see more here)
The French 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog describes 4009 Hollywood Jem, but had American Beauty Jem's pictured

A Circus World inventory list listed a 4010 Jem as a new item as of 6-01-1988. If this is correct, than Hasbro Truly was replacing the Misfits assortment

       
Doll Commercials
1985/1986 Doll Commercials
(see more here)
1987 Doll Commercials
(see more here)
       
Dolls
Because of the demand and the chance for international trade conflicts, Hasbro employed multiple factories to produce the 1986 line. Two factories were responsible for the exact same doll and fashion, which gave us mold and fabric variations between the two factories. Because of less demand in 1987, each doll was only produced in a single factory limiting these variations. Of the 1988 line, the only known doll to be produced was Rockin’ Romance JEM® in very small numbers.
Jem/Jerrica™
1986 (H22)
4000 ©1985 example is the pink tights variant
(see more here)

Jem/Jerrica™
1986 (H44)
4000 ©1985
(see more here)
Jem/Jerrica™
1986 - Made in Spain
630005 0286
(see more here)
Jem/Jerrica™
1986 - Made in Mexico
4000
(see more here)
Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica™
1987 (H22)
4001 ©1986 example is Canadian
(see more here)
Rock'n Curl Jem™
1987 (H44)
4002 ©1986
(see more here)
Flash'n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica™
1987 (H44)
4003 ©1986 example is Canadian
(see more here)
Rockin' Romance™ Jem®
1988 (H44)
4004 ©1987 from the 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog
(see more here)
American Beauty™ Jem®
1988 (H??)
4007 ©1987 from the 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog
(see more here)
Hollywood Jem®
1988 (H??)
4009 ©1988 from images sent to Sunbow
(see more here)
In 2012 Integrity Toys, Inc. released a Hasbro licensed adult collector line called “The JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS™ Collection” The collection was launched with the 2012 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Basic Hollywood Jem™, a first wave of dolls came out in December with Classic Jem™, Jerrica Benton™, Synergy™, Rio Pacheco™. With success of the first wave and 3 more waves which included the original band members for the Holograms, the Misfits and the Stingers in 2013, the licensed deal was expanded to include more exclusive dolls, along with additional band members and friends based on the Hasbro dolls. The collection has grown into included characters that were developed Christy Marx as secondary characters in the cartoon.
Basic "Hollywood Jem™" 14017 - San Deigo Comic Con Exlusive Basic "Hollywood Jem™" 14017 - San Deigo Comic Con Exlusive Integrity Toys Classic Jem™ 14021 Integrity Toys Classic Jem™ 14021
Basic "Hollywood Jem™"
(SDCC 2012 Exclusive) 14017 ©2012
(see more here)
Classic Jem™
14021 ©2012
(see more here)
Integrity Toys Jerrica Benton™ 14022 Integrity Toys Jerrica Benton™ 14022 Integrity Toys Broadway Magic Jem™ (W Club 2013 Exclusive) 14042 Integrity Toys Broadway Magic Jem™ (W Club 2013 Exclusive) 14042
Jerrica Benton™
14022 ©2012
(see more here)
Broadway Magic Jem™
(W Club 2013 Exclusive) 14042 ©2013
(see more here)
Integrity Toys Who Is He Kissing? Jem™ & Jerrica Benton™ Flip Side Gift Set 14043 Integrity Toys Who Is He Kissing? Jem™ & Jerrica Benton™ Flip Side Gift Set 14043 Integrity Toys Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton™ (SDCC 2013 Exclusive) 14044 Integrity Toys Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton™ (SDCC 2013 Exclusive) 14044
Who Is He Kissing?
Jem™ & Jerrica Benton™

Flip Side Gift Set 14043 ©2013
(see more here)
Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica Benton™
(SDCC 2013 Exclusive) 14044 ©2013
(see more here)
Integrity Toys In Stitches Jem™ & Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™ Duet Giftset 14048 ©2013 Integrity Toys In Stitches Jem™ & Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™ Duet Giftset 14048 ©2013 Integrity Rockin' Romance Jem™(SDCC 2014 Exclusive) 14059 ©2014 Integrity Rockin' Romance Jem™(SDCC 2014 Exclusive) 14059 ©2014
In Stitches
Jem™ & Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor™
Duet Giftset (2014 IT Direct Exclusive) 14048 ©2014
(see more here)
Rockin' Romance Jem™
(SDCC 2014 Exclusive) 14059 ©2014
(see more here)
 
Integrity Toys Twilight In Paris Jericca Benton/Jem™(SDCC 2015 Exclusive)  14065 ©2015 Integrity Toys Twilight In Paris Jericca Benton/Jem™(SDCC 2015 Exclusive)  14065 ©2015 Integrity Toys Starstruck Jem™(2015 IT Direct Exclusive) 14061 ©2015 Integrity Toys Starstruck Jem™(2015 IT Direct Exclusive) 14061 ©2015
Twilight In Paris Jericca Benton/Jem™
(SDCC 2015 Exclusive) 14065 ©2015
(see more here)
Starstruck Jem™
(2015 IT Direct Exclusive) 14061 ©2015
(see more here)
Integrity Toys Showtime Jem™(SHOPBOP 2015 Exclusive) 14098 ©2015 Integrity Toys Showtime Jem™(SHOPBOP 2015 Exclusive) 14098 ©2015    
Showtime Jem™
(SHOPBOP 2015 Exclusive) 14098 ©2015
(see more here)
   
       
The JEM and the Holograms Comic JEM the Movie!
JEM the Comic Book! #1 JEM the Comic Book! #1 JEM the Movie!(2016?) JEM the Movie!(2016?)
#1 CVR A
3/18/2015
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October 23, 2015

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