InvolvementIssue #2. Their record label, 5x5 Records, sponsored an online competition called The Misfits! VS, in which thousands of bands submitted their own music videos for a chance to win the opportunity to play with The Misfits at a live 'battle of the bands'. The Holograms' entry, MoreMoreMore, was the only entry to the contest that had the potential to beat The Misfits. The Holograms' popularity threatened Pizzazz, and she instantly decided that they were The Misfits' enemies, sealing the two bands' rivalry.
Clash, the bands' biggest fan and close friend, attempted to sabotage The Holograms on The Misfits' behalf, by conning her way onto the wait staff at a benefit concert in which The Holograms were performing.  Clash deliberately tampered with a lighting rig above the stage, which fell and badly injured. Aja The Holograms did not know what caused the accident, until they saw Clash with The Misfits while backstage at the Misfits VS! concert. Kimber immediately recognised Clash as a waitress from the benefit concert, and came to the conclusion that it must have been her who tampered with the stage equipment, because she witnessed Clash drop some tools earlier in the day. The Holograms' accused The Misfits of deliberately trying to harm them (although Clash had acted independently). The altercation developed into a food fight, which led to The Holograms being disqualified from the concert for breaking contract.  Despite this, The Holograms were given a record contract and invited to open for The Misfits on their West Coast Tour, which infuriated Pizzazz even further.
Elise Harcourt forced The Misfits to have a manager, and provided them with Eric Raymond. The Misfits were initially uncomfortable with this, but quickly warmed to him after hearing that he planned to bring down The Holograms. Eric enlisted Techrat to hack The Holograms to find out exploitable information.
 Pizzazz was left unconscious until found by Rio, who contacted the emergency services. Pizzazz was diagnosed with a fractured larynx. Stormer, Roxy, and Jetta rushed to her bedside to support her, even smuggling in Pizzazz's cat, Madmartigan. 
Elise forced the other Misfits to audition a temporary lead singer to take her place during the West Coast Tour. Blaze was the most successful applicant, and was accepted as The Misfits' new lead vocalist. Feeling abandoned by her band, and with no support from her father, Pizzazz slipped into a deep depression.
Silica, a rogue artificial intelligence who transmitted a hypnotic soundwave through music, leaving her victims under her control. This culminated in Pizzazz, now healed, meeting up with The Misfits on tour, and helping them defeat Silica. The Misfits and The Holograms formed a temporary supergroup, and performed a mashup of Bad Bitten and Attack Of The Night, which broke Silica's hold over the concert audience while Jerrica activated a signal jammer backstage, deactivating Silica for good.  Pizzazz accepted Blaze as a permanent member of The Misfits, as a vocalist and lead guitarist.
The Misfits have both a logo and a unique symbol. Their main logo is a modified version of The Misfits' logo from the original 1980s cartoon. They also have a pink "M" shaped symbol, which is used in a lot of in-universe merchandise and posters. Blaze has this symbol tattooed on her shoulder while Clash has it on a bag. The Misfits are also strongly associated with lightning bolt symbols.
A different version of The Misfits' text logo (seen above) acts as the main title on the spin-off mini series The Misfits (comic), stylized as a sticker. Although the comic is still in development, three preview covers have been released, with two different coloured versions of the logo. As the previews are only preliminary and subject to change, it is currently unknown if either - or both - of these logos will feature on the final covers, and which - if either - acts as the band's logo in-universe.
|Attack Of The Night||Stormer||Issue #2, Issue #4, Issue #6, Issue #11, Issue #16|
|Crush||Stormer||Issue #3, Issue #6, Issue #16|
|The Truth In Me||Stormer||Issue #7, Issue #8|
|Pure Black||Stormer||Issue #13|
|Don't Fade||Stormer||Issue #13|
|Breaking Out||Stormer, Blaze||Issue #17|
- ↑ Jem and The Holograms, Issue 4
- ↑ Jem and The Holograms, Issue 5
- ↑ Jem and The Holograms, Issue 6
- ↑ Jem and The Holograms, Issue 7
- ↑ Jem and The Holograms, Issue 9
- ↑ Jem and The Holograms, Issue 10
- ↑ Jem and The Holograms, Issue 16
|JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS|
|Comic||About • Creative Team • Collected Editions • Easter Eggs • Redesigns • Unused Content|
|Issues||Jem||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16 • 17 • 18 • 19 • 20 • 21 • 22 • 23 • 24 • 25 • 26|
HOLIDAY • VALENTINES • ANNUAL 1 • ANNUAL 2
|Misfits||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5|
|Infinite||Holograms: 1 • 3 • 5|
Misfits: 2 • 4 • 6
|Characters||Holograms||Jerrica • Kimber • Shana • Aja • Synergy|
|Misfits||Pizzazz • Stormer • Roxy • Jetta • Blaze|
|Stingers||Riot • Rapture • Minx • Raya|
|Other||Clash • Craig • Elise • Emmett • Eric • The Fox • Greta • Jacqui • Lin-Z • Madmartigan • Ms Bailey • Rio • Silica • Techrat • The Starlight Girls • Tony • Regine Cesaire • Mr. Alonso|