Jem Con 2010: Set Your Sails For New England
Like Transformers last year, it’s Jem’s turn to celebrate her 25th anniversary! With a fan base just like Transformers and G.I. Joe this toy line has had five conventions now, each year bringing voice actors and original writers to the convention. Not only that they offer a party, this year I’ve also been told they’ll be offer a birthday celebration. Things that have really caught my eye are the dealers room, the parts sell and trade night and then also a costume contest. It’s a convention that promises to be Totally Outrageous!
The Time and Place!
Manchester, New Hampshire
Samantha Newark – The speaking voice of “Jem/Jerrica
Britta Phillips – The singing voice of “Jem”
Ellen Bernfeld – The singing voice of “Pizzazz”
Anne Bryant – Song-writer for the Jem
Michael Charles Hill – Script Writer for the Jem
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Personal Memories of The Toy Line & Cartoon
Although I watched the cartoon quite often with my younger sister, she had always been the Jem and the Holograms fan while I had been the Misfits fan and although I had mainly collected Transformers myself in the eighties. My mom did get me the Stormer doll, then got my sister all the holograms for Christmas that same year. Now twenty some years later, I’m really a Jem collector constantly showing off my collection as you’ll see here and with a good start I also plan to dress up as my favorite character ‘Stormer’ at Jem Con!
A Look At My Personal Collection
A Bit Of Toy & Cartoon History
Transformers Cartoon and Jem Two Of The Same In Many Ways!
Like Transformers the Jem toy line and cartoon was designed in the eighties, but unlike the boys toys of Hasbro, this line had been designed for the girls. The Transformers cartoon had been produced by Sunbow and had quite a few of the same voice actors ‘Micheal Bell’ being one those actors and quite a few of the same story writers. With such amazing stories and character, the cartoon and the toy line would soon be an instant hit!
Giving You A Look At The Cartoon Through The Intro!