Jem and the Holograms: Infinite (Jem and the Holograms: Infinite #1-6)

Jem and the Holograms: Infinite (Jem and the Holograms: Infinite #1-6)

The FIRST-EVER Jem/Misfits Crossover Event takes both bands to a whole new world... like, literally!Now a happy quintet, Jem and The Holograms are stronger than ever, which is a good thing because they're about to embark on an adventure unlike anything they'd ever imagined. After a public fight with The Misfits at a charity event, a strangely dressed Techrat shows up and takes The FIRST-EVER Jem/Misfits Crossover Event takes both bands to a whole new world... like, literally!Now a happy ...

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Title:Jem and the Holograms: Infinite (Jem and the Holograms: Infinite #1-6)
Author:Kelly Thompson
Rating:
Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:168405124X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Jem and the Holograms: Infinite (Jem and the Holograms: Infinite #1-6) Reviews

  • L. Petunia
    Feb 18, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Luna Howard
    Jul 31, 2017

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

  • Kyera
    Jan 17, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

  • Shiori
    Mar 15, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Eliza C.
    Jan 28, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Sesana
    Mar 28, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

  • Bryce Perry
    Jan 30, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Jenny
    Feb 25, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • MissBecka
    Feb 05, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

  • Elizabeth
    Mar 12, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Corrina
    Feb 20, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • M.L.D.
    Apr 10, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

  • Victoria
    Jan 21, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Jessica
    Mar 05, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Kimberly
    Feb 19, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Sarah
    Dec 30, 2017

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Simon Mark
    Jan 30, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

  • Rachael Eyre
    Feb 11, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

  • Oryx
    Jan 20, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Richard Hernandez
    Apr 10, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Louisa
    Mar 20, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Laurel Mcallister
    Apr 03, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Ashley Beery
    Feb 16, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

  • Katharama
    Mar 27, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

  • Pamela
    Feb 26, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Rachel Johannigmeier
    Nov 11, 2017

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Megan Derr
    Aug 16, 2017

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Blanca Rituerto
    Jan 21, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Phillimina Carr
    Feb 27, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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  • Cmeiss330
    Apr 17, 2018

    *********** ARC FROM GIVEAWAY*********** I was really excited to receive this graphic novel since I hadn't read the last comic in the series yet so it was nice to start over and "refresh" before getting to the last one. I am kinda pissed at the way it ended, but am hoping that jus...

    I've never seen the original tv show, but I discovered the Jem and the Holograms comics in my local comic book store and fell in love. Our main character Jerrica and her sisters Kimber, Aja and Shana are all in a band together - there's only one problem. Jerrica has major stage fright ...

    I love how these comics are exploring an even deeper part of Jem that never got to be explored in the cartoon. This takes us to an alternate universe with Jem and the Misfits. It. Was. Amazing. The art is back up where it needs to be, the story line was very interesting, and it explore...

    the artwork remains at a good status - the story line is begging to lose it focus that made the earlier volumes compulsive page turner - but I will stick with the series ...

    3 1/2 I think this could have been stretched out a couple more issues. ...

    Really loved the art in this one. ...

    I mean, it's a fun enough read, but I don't really even get why we're doing dystopian alternate futures in Jem? ...

    Well worth the wait, with lots of nods back to the original series. I love a female led dystopia at the best of times, so making Kimber and Stormer musical revolutionaries was a stroke of genius. I'm also glad that Eric was back to his old scheming ways - I've missed him as the ultimat...

    Imagine, if you will, an alternate future world where having the latest technology means everything: The difference between comfort and struggle, hope and despair, life and death. Only the most elite can afford this tech. And these fortunate few live a seemingly-privileged life in a sh...

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