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