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Easter Eggs -also known as Trivia - are intentional references hidden throughout the comic by the creative team. These references are often related to real-world things or nods to things within the comic itself, but also are often in-universe references to the original HasbroJem and The Holograms cartoon.
The guitar Jerrica plays strongly resembles the guitar played by Samantha Newark, who was the speaking voice of Jem in the original cartoon.
Aja and Kimber mentions Marvel superhero Iron Man (also known as billionaire inventor Tony Stark) when talking about their dad.
The pink outfit Ba Nee wears in Issue #2 is a redesign of her main cartoon outfit.
In Issue #5 the trailer has redesigned characters for the one-off bands The Leatherettes and The Space Cadets from the episode "Only The Beginning".
In Issue #6 The Misfits come on stage on guitar-shaped motorcycles or "Guitarcycles", a callback to the vehicles they rode into Starlight Music in the first episode "Only The Beginning".
In Issue #10 Rio kicks over a potted plant which his cartoon counterpart does the same in the episode "Glitter And Gold" - however, in the comic, he actually picks it back up and apologises.
The yellow and black hoodie Ashley wears in Issue #11 is a redesign of her main cartoon outfit.
In the music video for "Open A Book", featured in the episode "Roxy Rumbles", three boxes of cereal named Healthy Cereal, Candy Coated Zips, and Sugar Coated Biffos appear, and have featured in the comic. Healthy Cereal is on the kitchen counter in The Benton House in Issue #11 and is thrown by Roxy in Issue #14.
Candy Coated Zips appear in Issue #11, being eaten by Roxy.
Sugar Coated Biffos appear in Issue #12, also being eaten by Roxy.
Blaze in Issue #12 is shown when stepping off of the tour bus wearing a Luna Dark shirt. Luna Dark was a parody of Madonna, featured in the Jem episode "The Jem Jam".
A stable with horses is visible next to The Benton House in Issue #12 , which is a reference to the episode "Father's Day" where it was said Emmett would take his daughters out riding when they were younger.
The fuzzy shirt worn by Clash in Issue #14 has a large 86 on the front, referencing the first appearance of Clash in the Jem cartoon in Starbright, in July of 1986.
The blue dress Shana wears in the Holiday Special #1 to go on her date is a redesign of her outfit from the episode "Kimber's Rebellion" among others.
Clash often wears jewellery in the shape of drum cymbals, in reference to her cartoon and doll counterparts' cymbal bracelets.
The pink and yellow lighting bolt shaped bag Clash is seen wearing in Issue #5 and Issue #12 is a reference to the original Clash doll accessory: "Distortion Modulator".
The shirt worn by Aja in Issue #15 references an unseen band whose album is seen in the 1986 Jem storybook 'Surprise at Starlight Mansion' .
This moment in Issue #25 and continuing on into Issue #26 is a direct reference to a scene in the episode "Hot Time in Hawaii". Unlike its accidental nature in the comic, in the cartoon, Kimber is deliberately tied up and left in a volcano by one of Eric's henchmen in order to keep her from competing in a Holograms vs. Misfits sports competition.
Makin' Mischief, sung by a young Stormer in The Misfits #2, is a direct reference to the same song performed by The Misfits in the cartoon, first performed in the episode "Disaster".
In The Misfits #5, Jetta briefly mentions her former band, The Tinkerbillies, by name. In the cartoon, the Misfits recruit Jetta directly from The Tinkerbillies (spelled Tinkerbillys) in "The Talent Search, Part 1", while looking for a new Misfit to overshadow Jem and the Holograms' search for a new drummer.