Doll Name Stormer
Stock # (US) #4205/#4010 Asst. 
Hasbro package contents listing 12 1/2" doll with stage fashion, musical instrument, pumps, hairpick, cassette tape, two bracelets and figure stand. 
Comments/Trivia
  • Stormer was released both years, the packaging and guitar being the main differences between the two. 
  • 2nd year Misfits seem to be limited to ones marked "Made in China" - BUT, not all Made In China Stormers are 2nd year dolls. 
  • She had been named Roxy and Rue at various points in development. 
Produced Variants So far, I know of dolls marked on their backs with one of the following places of manufacture, and there are slight variations among them:
  • China 
  • Hong Kong 
  • No Location
  • No markings at all (Juguetes Con Vida, made in Mexico)
  • Made in Spain
*doll shown in this guide is Hong Kong made, but the box information and outfit are Chinese. 
To learn more about these body types and slight differences, please see the body variations page. 
More Skip here for a listing of other depictions of Stormer (cartoon, prototypes, catalogues, etc).

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12 1/2" doll; Caucasian doll with long curly dark blue hair. 

stage fashion (one-shouldered tank top); a plum spandex trimmed with a wavy-hemmed velveteen zebra print. Sewn to her shirt are four black mylar "claws" and a small square silver mylar sticker (like those on Roxy's belt) goes on her waist. It velcros up the side. 
  • These claws are also very easily damaged and are often found broken off or missing completely. The sticker as well, is just a sticker, and is almost never found on a loose Stormer. 
  • Pizzazz's dress uses these fabrics as well. 

stage fashion (skirt); Elasticized-waist black satin-like mini with a slit up the front. 
  • Stormer's skirt can be different, the stitching is different, & some are stretchy & some not. & some are longer & shorter, & some have a variation of slits. This could be related to factory/edition differences (China or Hong Kong)

stage fashion (tights);  Black closed-weave fishnet tights. 

stage fashion (flower); Plastic hair flower. 
  • difficult to find these on loose dolls. 


musical instrumentYellow guitar with a gold cord. First edition doll (top) has an opaque body with a glittery sticker. Second edition (bottom) has is translucent with sparkles in the plastic. 
  • This unique body design is copied from a real guitar, the short-lived (1983-1986) Roland G-707, which combined aspects of an electric guitar and synthesizer.  Very '80's!  Incidentally, the Stormer doll is usually shown holding the guitar upside down. The "handle" is meant to be on the top, not the bottom. 
  • Mexican Stormer came with a greener version of the 2nd edition guitar. 

pumps: straight cut dark red-violet pumps, came with my H-22/China-made 1st edition doll.
  • H32 marked dolls come with yellow shoes (specifically French and Dutch dolls have had them, possibly other versions and editions too)

cassette tape; Black with green lettering on the label. Titled "Stormer"- comes with the songs "Jem Theme," "Winning is Everything", "Music Is Magic."
hairpick; Dark Pink
two bracelets; gold spiked "Misfit" bracelets.  Pizzazz, Stormer and Roxy (first and second editions) came with these.

figure stand; First edition stand is clear fluorescent yellow (top). The first editions of Pizzazz, Stormer and Roxy each came with one. Second Edition stand is milkier. Clash and the second editions of Pizzazz, Stormer and Roxy each came with one. 
  • One 2nd edition Stormer with the lace tights came with a first edition stand. 

Items not listed in Hasbro's box contents (not all dolls came with the same posters and inserts, this is a listing of what I got personally with my dolls)
Box; First year Misfit box with flap, US version.  (Assembled in China, packed in Hong Kong H22)
Box liner: Hot Pink (see more on Box Liners)

The Misfits Illustrated poster w/1st year catalogue on back (rolled) (See more on posters
MTV offer (US version)

Packaging Variants: A listing of the packaging that Stormer can be found in, that I know of, so far! You may also find it interesting to find out what "H-22", "H-32", and "H-44" means. Anything in Italics I haven't actually seen but have good reason to believe exists. If you have any photos or information/corrections to share, I'd love to hear about it!


Canadian Issue, 1st Year with side flap Audition Contest Box


Canadian Issue, 1st Year with side flap non-Audition Contest Box;


Canadian Issue, 2nd Year flat front box


Dutch Issue, 1st Year with side flap; © 1986 MB/International BV/under Berne & Universal/Copyright Convention. /H32


French Issue, 1st Year with side flap; © 1986 Hasbro S.A./under Berne & Universal/Copyright Convention/Fabriqué à/Hong Kong/H32


German Issue, 1st Year with side flap


Italian Issue, 1st Year with side flap; 

Mexican Issue, 1st Year with side flap; 


Spanish Issue, 1st Year with side flap; © 1986 MB España/S.A. under Berne &/Universal Copyright/Convention/Made in Valencia, Spain
UK Issue, 2nd Year flat front box;  4205/4010 Asst./© 1986 Hasbro, Inc./Hasbro Industries (UK) Ltd./Wokingham, Berkshire./All Rights Reserved./Made in China/Cassette made in /Hong Kong H22


US Issue, 1st Year with side flap Audition Contest Box; 
US Issue, 1st Year with side flap Non-Audition Contest Box, has name written on box side, top and bottom panels; 4205/4010 Asst./© 1985 Hasbro, Inc./Pawtucket, RI 02862/All Rights Reserved/Assembled in China/Packed in Hong Kong/H22
US Issue, 1st Year with side flap Non-Audition Contest Box, has name written on box side, top and bottom panels; 4205/4010 Asst./© 1985 Hasbro, Inc./Pawtucket, RI 02862/All Rights Reserved/Made in China (*this is on a sticker) H22


US Issue, 2nd Year flat front box; 4205/4010 Asst./© 1986 Hasbro, Inc. Pawtucket,/ RI 02862 All Rights Reserved./Doll, doll stand, accessories/made in China. H22/Cassette made in Hong Kong.

Other images of Stormer (generally unproduced/prototypes/promotional figures)

Source Differences from produced doll (if any)
1986 US Hasbro Toy Fair Catalogue it looks like the same doll is also modeling the Smashin' Fashions. 
  • Thinner gauge of string on guitar
  • No flower
  • Lips are darker (look red)
  • No claws on shirt (can't tell if the diamond sticker is there or not)
  • Only wearing one bracelet
1987 US Hasbro Toy Fair Catalogue Looks pretty much how the produced doll looks, I can't see any obvious differences.
1987 France/UK Toy Fair Catalogue (French Shown) She is wearing yellow shoes, her hair looks like the curlier variation.
Stormer in Topolino Magazine  Issue 1602, August 10, 1986 (the very first Jem ad that ran)
The Misfits in Topolino Magazine Issue 1606, September 7, 1986 Missing her hair flower.
1986 German leaflet The decal is missing from her guitar
Her hair flower is white!
Lip colour looks a bit darker.
Very early prototype of Stormer (originally named Roxy). From Moggygoddess' photos.
  • Completely different doll style, outfit and make up has various obvious differences. 
  • More closely resembles Stormer's first incarnation on the cartoon, as this was a photo that Sunbow would have used as a source. 
Youtube Video links, same prototype doll seems to be in the following:
She is shown with a white hair flower, the zebra print on her top looks more sparse, has the silver sticker on her skirt, only has one bracelet.
Other Print advertisements
Illustrations: Hasbro Box art
Illustrations; Hasbro Promotional art
Illustrations: Cartoon 
Illustrations: UK Comics
Illustrations: Colouring & Activity Books

Credits: Thanks to Molly, Dennis and Fredo for the information on Stormer's yellow show variant. Thanks to David for his photo and info of the UK 2nd edition Stormer. Thanks to Janet for the 1st Edition Box w/sticker photos & 2nd edition guitar photo.