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Jem and the Holograms #1

Jem and the Holograms SHOWTIME SYNERGY Meet JERRICA BENTON a girl with a secret She and her sister KIMBER team with two friends to become JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS But what does it mean to be JEM today Fashion art action a

  • Title: Jem and the Holograms #1
  • Author: Kelly Thompson Ross Campbell Amy Mebberson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • SHOWTIME, SYNERGY Meet JERRICA BENTON a girl with a secret She and her sister KIMBER team with two friends to become JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS But what does it mean to be JEM today Fashion, art, action, and style collide in the most outrageous comic of 2015

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      Published :2019-02-04T08:00:14+00:00

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    1. Oh, you guys. The Jem comic.Now, I was a diehard fan of the show when I was in the first grade. I watched the show to a point that I drove my poor mom nuts. I had the lunchbox to take to school. I had coloring books. I had the doll and listened to the cassette that came with it. Then there were 25 (or so) years of growing up and thinking about other things.Then Netfilx put the series up to stream and I watched a few of them. It’s moderately entertaining, but really geared toward a 5-10-year-ol [...]

    2. My niece and I are writing this review togetherHer initial reaction was: Wow!"The way she made the Holograms appear, it was cool the way she could make copies of everyone." Me: What did you think about the art?Niecella: The art was so cool.Me: How was the story? Did you want to read more?Niecella: Yeah.Me: What should we rate it out of 5 stars?Niecella: 4 and 3/4.This was the cover for my issue LOVE it! It sparkles.

    3. I watched the cartoon when I was a kid, so this was a bit of a walk done memory line. I like the inclucsion of hefty characters (though why neither Jerrica or Kimber?). I like the bios at the end. Kimber looked a little off though, taller than her sister and she seemed older than the rest. Still it was nice.

    4. 4 Stars, Buy itSelf Purchase, ComixologyI really wasn’t sure what to expect with this. But I was pleasantly surprised. Even though the art and style isn’t the same as what the cartoon was in the 80’s, I still really enjoyed this. The writing is more than decent and the art is great as well. In this issue Jerrica isn’t able to perform in public and then she discovers a secret her deceased father left to her, Synergy, a computer/hologram who will eventually help her with her performances b [...]

    5. I was never a fan of the original Jem and the Holograms cartoon series, though to be fair, I liked Shana and Kimber (both for obvious reasons, lol). Flash forward thirty years (OMG I'm old, lol) and I was curious to see how a modern version (and hopefully without the annoying love interest Rio) would fair. Well, so far Jerrica Benton is far from the kick-ass showstopper Jem. In fact, Jerrica is really kind of mousy and self-depreciating. She's got the talent but little self-esteem. It's her sist [...]

    6. I became very excited for the new Jem comic when I heard Sophie was drawing it. She's one of my two favourite artists and I knew her style would be perfect for this series. She draws the women beautifully, amazing style and yet very realistic. This was a good introductory story to the band. It is possibly the only comic I own that is entirely women talking which is pretty fantastic. (There are two men in one panel in the background and that's it). It's also not overtly "girlie" but a story that [...]

    7. I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would. Not that I thought it would be bad, I just never watched the television show this is based off so I didn't know what to expect. I also wasn't sure what to make of the art style. It's definitely a little more juvenile(?) than what I'm used to, but it works with the story. Anyway, I can tell this is gonna be a very fun series and I can't wait to read more.

    8. Brings back a lot of memories. Artwork is amazing. Great start to what will hopefully be a great series! The only negative is a lack of The Misfits in this issue, but that is something to look forward to in issue #2.

    9. Fantastic first issue! I cannot express how much I love the artwork for this series. Truly a wonderful and creative comic. Kelly Thompson does a fantastic job of creating a fleshed out and emotionally moving origin story while still retaining the best qualities of the original cartoon version.

    10. I love this and I'm a 90s child so I never even watched the original show. They have a 3 for $5 deal with these issues at my local comic book store (in Australia a $3.99 US issue translates to $6.99 so holy shit) and based off this first issue I'm lapping it all up.

    11. 3.5 out of 5 stars.I had been curious about the Jem comics for awhile, and I can say without a doubt that I do not regret starting up this series. My only connections to the Jem series are from watching old episodes with my mom growing up and then the movie adaptation that, while having a stellar soundtrack, isn't very spectacular. And while this comic itself isn't really anything that special either, I had a LOT of fun reading it. The art is easily the best thing about this series thus far. I l [...]

    12. First off, I enjoyed the 80s *Jem* cartoon as a child, and was--therefore--not really sure what to expect from this remake/retelling comic. And, yes, it looked alot different. The art in this issue is wonderful. It has an *anime* feel to it, instead of a *cartoon*-y feel. The color scheme is very girl, which is suiting for such a series. And, the girls actually have curves. I like it, so far. Of course, Jerrica is dealing with *stage fright* for over half the issue, and I could have done without [...]

    13. Jerrica is the lead singer of a girl band, consisting of her sister, Kimber, and her two friends Aja and Shana, but she has stage fright. Just as Jerrica is giving up her dream of singing, Synergy apppears and turns Jerrica to Jem. I loved the 80s Jem cartoon and wanted to see what new Jem would be like. This was short and just introduced the main characters.

    14. Great!The author's afterward pretty much summed up why I clicked buy in the first place. I wanted Jem to have the heart of of the cartoon, but the logic and sensibility of now (not the live action bomb that just came out). The creator did an awesome job with the story and graphics. I will definitely hit 'buy' for the others. Thank you!

    15. What a fun comic! I wasn't sure what to expect since I'm not a fan of the cover and I wasn't into the idea of a music-based story, but I think I could get really into the rest of this series. I liked the art much more than I expected. It's the colors and the fashion, I think. They're eye-catching! I also really like the humor and the concept of the holograms.

    16. Truly Truly Truly OutrageousI love Jem and The Holograms. I watch the cartoons on Discovery Family Channel and I love that someone is continuing the story of these characters that I love.

    17. When Google Play offered up the first issues of a bunch of comic book series for free, hubby grabbed a bunch of them. This was one of those issues.I have to admit that although I thought Jem was cool when I was kid, I didn't watch the cartoon as much as I wanted to. But I was always intrigued, and definitely interested in checking this outJerrica, Kimber, Aja and Shana are in a band called The Holograms. But they have a problem: Jerrica, their lead singer, can't perform in front of anyone. After [...]

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