Same Glamour. Glitter. Fashion and Fame. But now, there’s more to the story! In an alternate live action universe, set right before the final episode, Jem and the Holograms face enemies both old and new as they uncover secrets from their past and what that may mean for their future. Jem, Kimber, Aja, Shana and Raya will discover what makes a person, Truly Outrageous!

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Hey this is great! IDW Publishing who is making the new new Jem comic book made a cover with lead vocals by Kirsten Gundel. It was good and I loved the animation used. However, Pete Bottiglieri replaced the music with the original intro theme song from the Jem cartoon. The new song is great, but I have to say that I love the original much more. Check out both videos below and judge for yourself.

Check out Pete’s YouTube channel over at: YouTube.com/channel/UCsiaY3sdFOTRQS0s0jhTZkA

IDW’s YouTube Channel: YouTube.Com/IDWPublishing

The new IDW Publishing music cover by Kirsten Gundel:

Here is the video altered with the original 1980s music:


I started reading Jem and the Holograms because of the cool re-designs (shown on the first cover above on the left). Unfortunately, the image on the right is what Jem currently looks like. I hate being that kind of comic reviewer or snarky gay guy that puts down other’s art, but I can’t get past this. I started out loving the Jem and the Holograms comic, but IDW Publishing continues to change the artists and it progressively gets worse and worse. Granted, covers are generally drawn by different artists than the comic story itself, but the the idea of getting Jem looking like she did on that first cover and compared to what she looks like now is embarrassing.


Here’s Raya above. She’s the orange woman in the first panel. She looks like a female Trump or something. I know stories are important in comic books, but the art is something else that is part of the appeal. The visualization is important and hate that I can’t read the comics based on this.


Jem’s nose is so far below on her face. She doesn’t even look human. Ok, I won’t rant anymore. I know this is a minor gripe, but it’s something that’s been bugging me for months. I hear a new artist is starting up on the current story arc, so fingers crossed that it will be much better.

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Jem and the Holograms from IDW Comics. I reviewed all of these titles individually before on my former YouTube account, so I figured I’d revisit them all as a whole in the first volume. The series is great and if you ignore and pretend that the movie never happened, you can have an untarnished memory of this great fandom that exists. Check out my thoughts on the first six issues of this series in the video below.

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