Hasbro teased Jem and the Holograms fans something fierce this past fall at NYCC with a massive display showcasing the 1985-1988 animated series' toy line in all its former glory while clearly stating that they didn't necessarily have plans to revive it. The time for totally outrageous teasing is over, however, with Ha
We've talked about the pop-culture t-shirts at WeLoveFine pretty often here at ComicsAlliance, but today, the company introduced two pretty amazing new products that are particularly relevant to our -- or at least, my -- interests. As part of their ongoing deal with Hasbro, they're going beyond t-shir
Thanks to reruns on the Hub and a new DVD box set from Shout Factory, Jem and the Holograms has been experiencing a bit of a renaissance lately -- especially here at ComicsAlliance. I've become hooked on the show, and as someone who recently finished watching every episode of the show, let me tell you: It is completely insane.
It may even be the craziest of the toy tie-in cartoons of the '80s, and considering it's up against the saga of space robots that can turn into trucks and a show about the greatest soldiers in the world fighting against an arms dealer with a Cthulhu monster in his basement, that's saying something. It might be a bold statement, but it's one I intend to prove with a rundown of The 10 Most Truly, Outrageously Insane Episodes of Jem!#
Released in 1985 by the same team that brought you G.I. Joe and Transformers, Jem and the Holograms was a cartoon that told the story of record executive Jerrica Benton, who used holograms to lead a double life as the lead singer of her own top act. The series has been enjoying a resurgence in pop
If you visit ComicsAlliance with any frequency, you probably don't need any extra incentives to make you want to buy a well done watercolor portrait of a Masters of the Universe character. Jonatha