And the fifth Marvel Mego Set is……

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Deadpool and from what I see on the side of his box at SDCC, the Punisher and a second Spider-Man set are due next.

I’m pretty oblivious of this character but I do know that he is really, really popular. Sure I want a Green Goblin set super bad but I’m going to trust Diamond that they probably looked at the sales of their other Deadpool merch and decided he was a solid bet.

I know some Mego fans aren’t thrilled with this choice but honestly, I’ve never been upset about not spending money, so i don’t get that.

MegoMuseum has an exclusive first look at the figures which do look really nice, more here.

 

Breaking: MegoMuseum/Figures Toy Co Join Forces

 

This week’s Mego Museum Newsletter reveals that they have worked out a deal to be the exclusive home for updates and reveals from Figures Toy Company.

Which makes a lot of sense, considering the Museum is pretty much dedicated to this kind of thing and it won’t get lost in a sea of updates from general action figure sites.

Every Friday will see a new reveal via the Museum front page or the newsletter, 2015 sounds expensive. Goodbye Money!

The Kubby Awards are in

 

The 2014 Mego Museum Kubby Awards for excellence in ReMego are up for viewing right now.  It shouldn’t come as a big surprise that Figures Toy Co and NECA pretty much stole the show this year but I do think some nice stuff got ignored.

I guess when you have a property as beloved as 1966 Batman and then you actually do a nice job of the figures, you really have lightning in a bottle. Congrats to the winners!

http://www.megomuseum.com/the-2014-mego-museum-kubby-awards/

 

 

Mego Meet 2015 Announced

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Skokie Here We Come!

Skokie, IL – December 12, 2014 – Mego Museum in conjunction with Aw Yeah Comics is pleased to announce that Mego Meet 2015 will be held June 5th and 6th at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chicago – North Shore Conference Center. Registration information for vendors and attendees will be posted on the Mego Meet 2015 page at megomuseum.com in the coming weeks.

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For the past ten years, the annual Mego Meet made its home in Wheeling, WV. It was clear after Mego Meet 10 that maximum density had been surpassed in Wheeling and that a change of venue was in order. The move to Skokie, IL. will allow for easy access for those travelling by plane, as well as provide a myriad of options for family entertainment. The facilities at DoubleTree offer award-winning guest rooms and event space for presenters, vendors, and attendees.

Perhaps the most exciting byproduct of the new location is that it makes possible a partnership with Aw Yeah Comics, located in beautiful downtown Skokie. Eisner Award-winning artist and co-owner Art Baltazar will be in attendance with the entire Aw Yeah gang. Art is a long-time Mego Meet attendee and is thrilled to host the Meet in it’s new home.
As in years past, Mego Meet 2015 will feature dealer rooms packed full of vintage toys; presentations by collectors, customizers, and toy companies dealing in the classic 8″ “Mego scale;” a customs contest; and an auction to benefit the Mego Museum. The addition of Aw Yeah Comics will add another dimension that will diversify and improve what is already a great annual event.
AW YEAH – MEGO MEET 2015!

About Aw Yeah Comics – Founded by Franco Aureliani, Art Baltazar, and Marc Hammond, Aw Yeah Comics celebrates and promotes everything that is wonderful about comics, toys, artwork, and the joy they bring to people. Located at 4933 Oakton Street in beautiful Downtown Skokie and just a short train ride from Chicago, AYC offers a family-friendly atmosphere with regularly scheduled events that provide adventures for children and adults alike.

About Mego Museum – Founded in 1996 by Scott C. Adams and curated by Brian Heiler, the Mego Museum is an online museum and forum dedicated to all things Mego Corporation. From the classic toys of the seventies, to the modern resurgence of figures being made in the classic Mego style, it all can be found at www.megomuseum.com.

Most recently under the guidance of Museum Customs Editor Steve Moore, The Mego Museum has hosted the Mego Meet convention each year in June for over a decade. Mego Meet attracts collectors and toy industry insiders from all over North America and beyond. The Museum publishes a weekly newsletter and continuously updates the Mego Museum blog, Facebook and Twitter feeds with the latest news, ranging from the latest vintage discoveries to Mego-esque figures currently in production

http://www.megomuseum.com/megomeet2015