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Jem and the Holograms: The Misfits Paperback – August 8, 2017
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About the Author
Kelly's ambitions are eclipsed only by her desire to exist entirely in pajamas. Fortunately pajamas and writers go hand in hand (most of the time). Kelly has a fancy degree in Sequential Art from The Savannah College of Art & Design and has published two novels (THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE KING and STORYKILLER) and the graphic novel HEART IN A BOX from Dark Horse Comics. She's currently writing A-FORCE and HAWKEYE from Marvel Comics, JEM & THE HOLOGRAMS and THE MISFITS from IDW Comics, and co-writing the POWER RANGER:PINK mini-series from Boom!
Jenn St-Onge is an illustrator and comic artist based out of Toronto(ish), Canada. She graduated from Seneca College's Independent Illustration program in 2012 and has since worked with companies like IDW Publishing, Archie Comics, BOOM! Studios, and Valiant Entertainment. A dedicated cat lady who adores Legend of Zelda, Bioshock, and Silent Hill, and who has also hopped on the bandwagons for Gravity Falls, Steven Universe, and Ricky & Morty. She loves that so much of today's "children's" media is making intelligent, emotional work that appeals to such a wide audience, and hope that some of that comes through in her own portfolio.
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Jem and the Misfits sets up how the Misfits reality TV show came about in the first issue. After that each issue is used to spotlight a member of the Misfits. I was most interested in Blaze's issue since I knew the least about Blaze personality wise since she was doing her best not to cause waves with the Misfits. All I knew was that Blaze was close to Clash and possibly related to her and that she was a loyal friend, that's it. So yes, I was very pleased when I found out Blaze's backstory in her issue. In this graphic novel we also discover how the Misfits became a band, what the Misfits really are to each other, and of course if they have what it takes to claw themselves back to the top!