As promised, the new line of Integrity-Hasbro Jem and The Holograms dolls is well underway with the new Shana Elmsford doll premiering in March 2013 in a limited edition of 1,000 dolls. The new line of fashion dolls is based on the 1980′s animated television series "Jem and The Holograms" which is still shown on The Hub today. Hasbro released a line of Jem dolls at the same time the show aired in the 80s, and the dolls are still very popular with collectors.
The Shana doll is based upon the Shana Elmsford character and earlier doll. The character was the second foster sister that the Bentons (Jem's family) brought into their home. Shana played the drums and designed the band' outfits.
For adult collectors 14 and up, the doll is a fully articulated 12-inch vinyl doll with rooted eyelashes and pink afro hair. Like her 1980s counterpart, she comes dressed in her silver and purple stage costume with high-heeled pumps and her bass guitar. The Shana Elmsford doll retails for around $119.
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