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Integrity Toys offers up The Misfits

I was in college when Jem and the Holograms entered the pop culture of the late 1980’s so I missed out on what was obviously a well loved show.  Jem and her friends have big fans at Integrity and they are pouring that enthusiasm into their collaboration with Hasbro in the Jem and the Hologram line.  In this last Integrity Toys Webinar, “The Misfits” were unveiled.  There is a jaw dropping edition size of 1200 for each doll ….

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…so I am thinking there will be plenty to go around..

** Photos are property of Integrity Toys, Inc.**

Jem graphic

Misfits graphic

Roxanne “ROXY” Pelligrini™
The JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS™ Collection
Limited Edition of 1200 Dolls Only
Suggested Retail Price: $119.00 US
Estimated Ship Date: May 2013

Roxanne ROXY Pelligrini™ 2

Roxanne ROXY Pelligrini™ 1Roxanne ROXY Pelligrini™ 3

Roxanne ROXY Pelligrini™ 4

Roxanne ROXY Pelligrini™ 5

Phyllis “PIZZAZZ” Gabor™
The JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS™ Collection
Limited Edition of 1200 Dolls Only
Suggested Retail Price: $119.00 US
Estimated Ship Date: May 2013

Phyllis PIZZAZZ Gabor™ 3

Phyllis PIZZAZZ Gabor™ 1Phyllis PIZZAZZ Gabor™ 4Phyllis PIZZAZZ Gabor™ 2

Phyllis PIZZAZZ Gabor™ 5

Phyllis PIZZAZZ Gabor™ 6

Mary “STORMER” Phillips™
The JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS™ Collection
Limited Edition of 1200 Dolls Only
Suggested Retail Price: $119.00 US
Estimated Ship Date: May 2013

Mary STORMER Phillips™ 1

Mary STORMER Phillips™ 2Mary STORMER Phillips™ 3

Mary STORMER Phillips™ 4

Mary STORMER Phillips™ 5

Misfits group shot

I am hearing that these are all readily available at dealers for preorder.  It doesn’t get more 1980’s than this folks.

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5 responses

  1. Robert Constant

    The clothes and hair are body articulations are great, but the faces are so bland and characterless. These are rock stars! A little animation would be great. IT has a problem in that area, in general. The new “retro” dolls are similarly disappointing in the faceups. If they don’t look insipid they look haughty and unpleasant. It is the only miscalculation in otherwise lovely and beautifully designed dolls.

    April 1, 2013 at 9:24 am

    • Oh I love that word…”insipid”. If an expression isn’t speaking to you…leaving you empty…it won’t make any difference what he/she is wearing. My problem when I see promo shots is I don’t know if it is the facial screening on the doll or the way in which she was photographed that gives that “insipid” expression. I am also not a big fan of the 80’s…I lived it already…won’t return. {Snort!}

      April 8, 2013 at 7:55 am

  2. I was such a big fan of this show.

    April 1, 2013 at 9:45 am

    • Then you are their exact demographic my dear friend Rogier. I missed the train on this one…too busy studying calculus ( which incidentally…. I NEVER used again)

      April 8, 2013 at 7:57 am

  3. Benyahia

    I want misfits dolls integrity toys

    May 18, 2013 at 7:36 pm

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