Vintage Mego 3: Prehistoric Animals from Mego One Million BC

Welcome to another installment of Vintage Mego.

This week we talk about the Mego One Million BC line and the series of awesome “Prehistoric Animals” that were created for the line. These (mostly dinosaurs) creatures are actually some of the hardest to find items produced by Mego and well, they’re a lot of fun.

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Toy-Ventures 8: The Martian Chronicles

 

This week’s installment of Toy-Ventures is all about the action figures produced by Larami for the 1980 TV mini-series “The Martian Chronicles”, just how does a mini-series get an action figure line the first place? We’ll try to explain.

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Vintage Mego 2: Germany Comic Action Heroes and MC Toy

 

Welcome to Vintage Mego, a bi-weekly discussion of Mego toys produced during their “Golden Age” also known as our childhood.

This week we talk about this interesting Comic Action Heroes 3 Pack that was sold in Germany and we delve into the mystery surrounding “MC Toy” the German version of Mego with some new insights.

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