Understood. Anyway if that is the case, even though the real Misfits were broken up when the Jem franchise was in full use, whatever rights the real Misfits have to that name, is no different than when they are together touring. I am sure there is someone that owns the rights to name The Beatles. You said they sell Holograms and Misfits T - shirts, you still need a licence for that. If there is a licence issue with the Misfits name, worse comes to worse, they can just change the name of the band. Christy Marx and / or Hasbro, they own the rights to the characters that make up the Misfits. Pizzaz, Roxy, Stormer, and Jetta were created by Christy Marx, if they had to use a different name for their group, for fans familar with them, it might take some time getting used to, but it is not that big of a deal. Speaking of the Misfits, I thought Gargoyles and Pokemon were the first to give the antagonists, the some depth and character development they would the protagonists. There are episodes like "The Band Breaks Up", "Father's Day", "Roxy's Rumble", in which the Misfits are giving some character depth and our beyond being the group that causes so much trouble for Jem And The Holograms. In "Roxy's Rumble", Jem And The Holograms take a back seat, and don't have a storyline at all, other than being there for their reading awareness event, the episode is told from the Misfits prospective. I compliment them for doing something different beyond having everyone play the same roles ever episode. Unusual for shows of its time.