THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA IS STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
-The following Doll pages are currently fully functional:
SPANISH PAGES: Pizzazz, Shana. I have photos taken of my own Spanish
dolls - awaiting updating time.
MEXICAN PAGES: All.
BASIC PAGES: Jetta, Second Edition Shana, Second Edition Aja, Second
Edition Kimber, Roxy, Pizzazz, Stormer, Raya, Clash, Krissie
*Have also added pics/information to the Weird Kimber page, renaming it "Reverse"
Other pages remain under construction
Because of the Under Construction nature of some of the dolls' pages,
you might find that, say Raya's pictures load under Danse's name. I am
still working on this section but I haven't much time to devote to it and
it is a *very* big project. Bear with me. Some dolls are already fully up
and functional and I don't think there's anything important from Jem in
the UK that does not work on the new page.
My thanks to Cleothunderwith and Amy for their help and greatly to Pranceatron
for her support and for providing so much Jem information to the world
My thanks also to anyone and everyone who provided creative opinion
and imput on the layout and idea!!
Welcome to the Jem Encyclopaedia - formerly Jem in the
UK, but utterly renovated now to include better navigation and, I hope,
more useful information!
The internet does not need another Jem vs Pranceatron because Prance's
site is still the best there is for ID. This site deals with the dolls
- not the fashions - and specifically with the doll variations pertaining
to Europe vs the USA, among others. Of course, this is still the home of
the guide to Mexican Jem Dolls - a big part of the UK's line -and the Jem
Database still remains part of the site also, for anyone who finds it useful
to see lots of mugshots together.
Each doll has one page to herself (the original three holograms have
two each to mark their distinct first and second editions, as does Rio
and Jem has four) and then the variants also have a page each. I knew there
were differences between normal and ball wrist editions (the latter most
prominent in Europe), but it's only since I started examining things very
closely that I realised how MANY differences there really are!
So this is to try and help those confused by these accessory variations
(and hopefully not muddle the issue any further in the process!)
I hope you enjoy the site!
23rd August, 2004