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30 Years of JEM! 1985-2015
JEM's Beatin' Beetle - My Dream Car!
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the Glitter'n Gold VW
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®
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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
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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
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Award Night Jem™
W Club 2015 - Early 2016
Twilight In Paris Jericca Benton/Jem™
SDCC 2015
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Anthony Julian™
IT Direct 2015 - Fall 2015
Showtime Jem™ SHOPBOP 2015 - October 2015
   
2016
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Sean Harrison™
IT Direct 2016 - Winter 2016
Rock 'N Roll Royalty
RIOT LLEWELYN™
IT Direct 2016
May 2016
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The Bands Breakup
KIMBER BENTON™
IT Direct 2016
June/July 2016
The Bands Breakup
Mary "STORMER" Phillips™
IT Direct 2016
Late Summer 2016
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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
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Zipper™
IT Direct 2017
March 2017

Tomorrow Is My Wedding Day
KIMBER BENTON™
IT Direct 2017
April 2017

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Studio Playset
W Club 2017
Fall 2017
Sophisticated Lady JEM®/Jerrica Benton™
IT Direct 2017
June 2017
The End
 
Encore ...
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Glitter ‘n Gold - Aja Leith™ On-Stage Mini-Giftset
(Encore-W Club 2017 Exclusive)
Winter 2017
Glitter ‘n Gold - Shana Elmsford™ On-Stage Mini-Giftset
(Encore-W Club 2017 Exclusive)
Winter 2017
   
Property of Integrity Toys, no copyright infringement intended
This is Farewell JEM™
(Encore-W Club 2017 Exclusive)
Winter 2017
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no copyright infringement intended

Updated: July 2017

 

 

Shout! Factory

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JEM is now on DVD!

The Truly Outrageous Complete Series Season One
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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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1988 Unproduced JEM Dolls, Fashions, & Playsets.

March 2010 Updated/Correction:

  • Thanks to Judith Nelson, we know that there was a Wedding Dress/Bride Jem fashion in the works. It seems like it was intended for Jem, but the sketch is of Kimber. This dress looks more like the dress Kimber wore in Hollywood Jem, then the one created as a wedding gift for the Hasbro Employee.
  • Also thanks to Judith Nelson, we get to see the original presentation sketch of Riot.
    jemsspace had an interview with Judy posted, included sketches of Minx and Rapture (short hair) but it seems the links have been removed. The interview gives Judith credit for the over all design of the Stingers, but that seems to conflict with other Hasbro sources.
  • Bradford206 also posted new information about Red Carpet Jem (More than likely a fake) and silver dress Hollywood Jem. Hasbro employees (and freelance designers) would dye, bleach, and/or stain the fabric to make it as close to the intended design -- so these seem to be a poor custom job. Hasbro sources do remember a set of fashions by a freelance artist, but it's unclear if these are the same Red Carpet fashions or Hollywood Jem fashions -- if there was a second set, more then likely the best of each set would have been sold under the Hollywood Jem Fashions name.
  • Bradford206 also found another "International Fashion" sketch, and discovered that the collection was going to be called "World Tour Fashions." -- sketch seems to be from Judith Nelson too. It would also seem this set would have been called the "Glitter'n Gold World Tour Fashions" to go along with the 1988 main-in offer program.
 

How do we know Hasbro was going to release dolls in 1988?

  • We have the Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog.
  • We have the characters and fashions added to the show -- and pictures sent from Hasbro to Sunbow to show them what the new dolls and fashions would look like.
  • And we also have ebay.com - many of the prototype fashions have been sold on ebay.
 
1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog Hasbro sent Sunbow images Prototypes from ebay
 
1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog
 
4004 ROCKIN' ROMANCE™ JEM®

Ages: 5 & Up
JEM's ready for a rockin' romance and she has the most outrageous hair ever! Fully poseable, 12-1⁄2" doll comes with bustle dress, hair tie, tights, pumps, necklace, earrings, 2 bracelets, hair pick, microphone, and a picture of Rio™!
Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog - page 17
 
4007 AMERICAN BEAUTY™ JEM®
JEM's new star-spangled look is sure to set off fireworks! 12-1⁄2" American Beauty JEM doll is fully poseable and comes with dress, tights, boa, hairpiece, earrings, 2 bracelets, shoes, hair pick and microphone!
Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog - page 17
 
4005 THE HOLOGRAMS®  ASST.
Meet JEM'S®  newest friends! Astral is a magician who creates magical stage shows for JEM and the Holograms! And famous designer, Regine, keeps the band in top fashion with her fabulous creations! Also behind the scenes is Danse, choreographer of JEM's rockin' stage performances, and Video, producer of the Holograms' latest videos! Each fully poseable, 12-1⁄2" doll comes with a coordinated fashion outfit and lots of accessories! Asst. includes 4 each of Astral and Regine and 2 each of Danse and Video.
Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog - page 18
more info about Regine and her history can be found here
 
4065 JEM® MATCHING MEDLEY™ FASHION ACCESSORIES
From sophisticated to truly outrageous, JEM creates a different fashion look at every performance with the help of those fashion accessories! Each piece comes in three different color combinations designed to coordinate with all existing JEM fashions! Accessories include fashion belts, hair falls, scarves, purses, footwear, watches and Jewelry.
Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog - page 19
 
4066 JEM® MATCHING MEDLEY™ FASHIONS
Make up thousands of outrageous outfits with JEM's mix and match fashion coordinates! Five sets in three different color combinations are designed to coordinate and interchange with all JEM fashions! This summer style clothing assortment is perfect for JEM's tropical vacations Sets include bikini with towel, miniskirt, with halter top, and lots more!
Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog - page 19
4067/4068 JEM® MATCHING MEDLEY™ FASHIONS

Matching Medley includes everything from beach wear and workout gear to day clothes and fashion accessories! Mix and match fashion coordinates designed come in three different color combinations designed to coordinate and interchange with all JEM fashions! For the girl on the go, these Matching Medley outfits can be worn at the health club or the night club! Sets in asst.
4067 include jackets with purses, leotards with skirts, blouses with pants and more. Sets in asst.
4068
include long skirts with bandeau tops, fringe vests with pants and more. Each set in assortment 4068 comes with a pair of shoes!
Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog - page 19

Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog Hasbro 1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog
   

The doll boxes changed for 1988. Rockin' Romance Jem would have been about the same size as Rock'n Curl Jem's box, but the Jem logo was moved to the top, and the name of the doll was moved to the bottom. The box is almost an inch deeper then Rock'n Curl Jem's box.

Rockin' Romance Jem doll box size in the French 1988 Hasbro Catalog has the box size as 125mm x 365mm x 75mm (4.9" x 14.4" x 2.9").

I would assume American Beauty Jem would have had a very similar box -- more then likely the exact same size.

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This new Hologram box seems thinner and about an inch wider then the Rockin' Romance Jem box. Once again the logo is moved to the top, and the name is much larger across the bottom, in comparison to the first two year Hologram boxes. While it's not as wide as the 1987 or 1986 boxes, it seems to be the same depth.

The dimensions of the French Hollywood Jem box also seems to be the same as this Holograms box -- 372mm x 150mm x 50mm (14.6" x 5.9" x 2.0"). The height and width seems to be switched.

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The full pages can be found on the catalog page and other prototype images can be found on the Carleigh Hoff Memorial pages.
 

So what do we know?

Rockin' Romance Jem, American Beauty Jem, Astral and Regine are the four new dolls shown the in the 1988 Hasbro Pre-Toy Fair catalog. These dolls were also photographed and sent to Sunbow to be added to the show.

Other dolls would have been Hollywood Jem, the Stingers: Riot, Minx, Rapture, and originally the new Misfit's friend Graphix, but she was dropped early on. All these dolls were also photographed and sent to Sunbow to be added to the show. Hasbro asked Sunbow to drop Graphix because Hasbro felt there was already enough new characters.

New fashion sets could have been Video Costumes - Mardi Gras Fashions (as seen in Mardi Gras - Stormer's fashion was not part of this set). Stingers Fashions may have been part of the new 1988 Smashin' Fashions, reissue of the On Stage Fashions and Flip Side Fashions. International Fashions "Glitter'n Gold World Tour Fashions" probablly would not have been produed because Marketing hated the concept. It is unclear if there would have been Hollywood JEM Fashions because she was not the high end doll for 1988. (Rumor: Abra Cadabra Fashions with a magical backdrop playset ... similar to the Video Madness sets. At this point there is no offical word to prove this was really going to be line)

At one point, a redesign/"refresh" of Pizzazz, and maybe reissue of Clash, but the rest of the Misfits and Holograms where not planned for release ... they might have been planned when Graphix was going to come out, and dropped later. There may have been a refresh of Stormer and Roxy, but been dropped when the bands were dropped. Basically Kimber, Aja, Shana, Roxy and Stormer had the normal two shelf life for a toy/doll. Raya and Jetta were shorted a year because they would have not been released in 1988 because they are band members. Video and Danse were issued for a second year because they were not directly members of the bands.

There was also a regular priced JEM doll and a "Rio 'O Boy" doll that showed up on 1988 toy store inventory lists -- not much is known about either doll. It would seem this JEM the 1988 version of Jem/Jerrica and Flash'n Sizzle Jem. It would seem this doll would have come with the Hollywood Jem yellow jacket, light blue bustier, and red pants -- this fashion was a Hasbro design. The stock number for the doll was 4010 --which was originally the assortment number for the Misfits. The "Rio 'O Boy" doll may be the doll known as "Craig Phillips." The head is Rio 87 head and Rio like the rest of the1988 line would have had long hair too.

The French Catalog and French Media guide has a stock number of 4009 for Hollywood Jem. This catalog sells us that Hollywood Jem had a dress and was scented. Hasbro liked scenting plastic around that time. The French Media guide also has the Stingers, with assortment number of 4012.

The same 1988 toy store inventory lists also has the Jem Star Stage and Rock Backstager as available, the rest of the 1986/1987 lines was discontinued in 1988. But the French 1988 Hasbro Toy Line work sheet had the entire 1987 line, exception of the Starlight Girls, available for sale for 1988.

All of these dolls even the reissue Video and Danse would have come with longer Rock'n Curl length hair.

BridePop - It seems there was a wedding dress in the works for the Jemline, but there was also a wedding dress was made from a Jem doll to give to a Hasbro employee for her wedding present. Two very different wedding dresses. Hasbro would not relese a bridal Jem, because that would limit their main, so it was planned for release on a secondary charater Kimber.

The high end doll for 1988 would have been "Ruby Red Jem," orignally to code name for the Glitter'n Gold Jem/Jerrica doll. There was a new red dressed high end Jem doll, so they seemed be reussing the name.

Who is She?

So who is Hollywood Jem? Up until 2006 the Jem community thought it was the Jem with yellow jacket, red pants, and light blue bustier. This was the fashion Jem worn through out most of the Hollywood Jem episodes, it also was worn in several other episodes. There was an article with a sketch of this fashion, calling it the Hollywood Jem fashion.

By Nov of 2006 a Hasbro prototype of the silver "bridesmaid" dress showed up on ebay as the lead fashion for Hollywood Jem, the tights were also labeled as "Special Promo." When I originally talk to the seller about this fashion in April 2006, he did not know what it was, only saw a picture from the show and knew he had that fashion. Much closer to the auction he seemed to know/remember more. The Seller was sure Hasbro dropped the idea and brought it back, this silver fashion lost the hat due to cost. So the Hasbro designer thinks this dress was going to be the lead fashion still, at that point, and that no other fashions were made for the assortment by the time Jem was canceled. I have only been able to conferm that this dress was a Girls' Soft design, so only a fashion. Girls' Hard would have designed the doll fashions, and only one designer designed the Jem herself -- with the exception of the Rock 'n Curl dress.

But come to find out, Hasbro sent the picture of the pink dress to Sunbow and it was labeled Hollywood Jem. So there is still some confusion, but the picture(s) sent to Sunbow seems to be the final word, saying that Hasbro was going to release Hollywood Jem in the pink dress. There is also other information from Hasbro that seems to support the pink dress a doll release. And this has been backed up by Hasbro sources.

If you heard rumors of a second Hollywood Jem introduction to the show with the sliver dress as the lead, that rumor is untrue. The reason Hollywood Jem, the Stingers, Astral and Regine were introduced in January of 1988 (as the end of the 1987/1988 season) is because the Jem cartoon would have been canceled -- with or without the 1988 doll line being canceled. Hasbro was ending all the Sunbow shows, and Jem was the last one to be discontinued.

The French 1988 Hasbro catalog has American Beauty Jem (pictured) listed as Hollywood Jem. I would assume they put the wrong picture in that catalog. But the description says something about a cologne. So the doll would have been a scented doll. It also states that the doll would have had a ravishing dress, fine jewelry, and blonde hair. Seems that Hasbro was eliminating the pink hair for this doll, or for Jem all together. The only other thing we know is the box size is slightly different. It would seem the description is talking about another doll and not a renamed American Beauty Jem.
Images from the 1988 French Hasbro Toy Catalog are available at www.pranceatron.com

 

Fan Art by Luca (from my collection)

Graphix

Who is Graphix?

She would have been a friend of the Misfits, and also the Stingers. Graphix would have been the designer for the new album covers, logos and other stuff like that. 

How do we know Graphix?

There was a prototype for the doll, and there was a character description made for the Jem Bible. Not too much is know since the character did not get introduced on the show before the show was canceled. Other then Hasbro pulled her from the 1988 line because they felt they had enough new dolls at that time.

What is Graphix’s instrument?

Graphix instrument is a video distorter. So Clash would use Distortion Modular wreck Jem concert (or prevent Jerrica from transforming into Jem), Graphix would wreck Jem's video shots and/or Jem's movies sets by using her video distorter like a magic wand.


Fan Art by Emmanuel

Red Dress Pizzazz

Why a Red Dress?

Pizzazz was getting a fresh new look and longer hair style. Prototype w/new head mold can be seen on the Prototypes from ebay - New Dolls page

Why only Pizzazz?

The bands (Holograms/Misfits) were being discontinued. Only Pizzazz, Graphix and maybe Clash would have been released in 1988. But these 1988 Misfits seem to have been dropped long before the line was canceled.

Update: The designer of "Red Dress" Pizzazz and Graphix thinks a refresh Roxy, Stormer and maybe even Jetta may have been assigned to differnt designers -- so they may have been in the works, but might have been dropped later when Hasbro decided to remove the band elment from the Holograms and Misfits.

1988 Pre-Toy Fair Catalog Hasbro sent Sunbow images Prototypes from ebay

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