This new series, from IDW Publishing, will be an anthology comic set in Jem’s world, and will bring in a rotating roster of talent into the mix.
I’m always intrigued by just what niche each comics publisher works to carve out for itself. Marvel and DC own superheroes, Image has an “image” of being an alternative publisher, and others move to make their own mark in the industry. Over the past several years, IDW Publishing has been developing relationships with other companies, and they’ve been really successful at it. This week, they announced a new partnership, and it’s with a company I particularly admire.
Dark Jem, Part 4 is the focus in this week’s Jem and the Holograms #14.
Last week IDW Publishing was the talk of the town during New York Comic Con 2015 with some of the most highly anticipated announcements of the year! With something for everyone, these titles are not to be missed.
Habro continues its toy announcements for the San Diego Comic-Con with an exclusive Hollywood Jem doll available from the Hasbro online store and at the company booth (#3329) at the convention.
My Saturdays are always busy but lately my little one has been requesting that we watch on-demand viewings of old favorites such as The Banana Splits, Jem and Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers together. (She seems to prefer the Japanese Rangers, but says she gets tired of reading all the dialogue.) When I told her about the concept of “Saturday Morning Cartoons,” she was confused, and didn’t understand why someone would put all the shows together or why you’d have to wait to see them, and I realized that part of the fun was in the once-a-week frequency of it all.
I know this is something many of you have been dying to get your hands on – the complete JEM and The Holograms DVD series. All 65 original episodes and a crap ton of bonus content are included in this 11 disc box set. The series “JEM and The Holograms” ran from 1985-’88 in first-run syndication and still boasts a loyal and vocal fan base. It is frequently credited with influencing fashion in the late 1980s and beyond, and launching the careers of female pop-rock stars and music groups. The series follows Jerrica Benton, whose discovery of Synergy, a powerful