Sorry, that was weak, even for me. Entertainment Earth unveiled an exclusive 18″ Removable Cowl Robin from Figures Toy Company yesterday.
I really like the idea of these, I’m not sure how many I can afford to buy (both cash and space are a rare commodity) but as Benjamin Holcomb recently mentioned, the grand size of these does make you feel like a kid again.
This Saturday in Mississauga Ontario, Gotham Central will be hosting a new location grand opening, among the honoured guests will be Captain Canuck creator Richard Comely, signing the newly released Captain Canuck Action Figure.
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I always look forward to seeing what obscure DC or Marvel character Austin has mined from the “Who’s Who” and made into Mego gold. Here he’s made an obscure Aquaman villain look pretty darn cool. See more at the Mego Museum.
Entertainment Earth has the new Wolverine Set from Diamond Select up for pre-order. Even though I love the fact that we’re getting a new member of the WGSH in a classic style, I’m a little Wolverined out. I’ll still buy one, I’m a hoarder…
The long awaited release of the Sea Ghost action figure from Nemo Publishing is finally almost here. Expected to land in January, Nemo is now offering a pre-order on the figure at their web store.
Your favorite comic shop can also order this for you (Diamond Code JUL142068).
This collectible maker action figure is based on the classic Mego style and has been handcrafted with the help of Paul “Doc Mego” Clarke.
To learn more about the Sea Ghost visit this link.
Sources tell us that the Odeon Toys Limited Edition Captain Canuck Figure will be available for Pre-Order right after Christmas this year. The figure will retail for $24.99 and ship the first week of January.
The good Captain will be available at the PlaidStallions store, Ebay and at Big B Comic Stores.
When it comes to a mix of character choice and execution, Austin always comes up something special. His take on the classic FF villain The Wizard is no exception, see more of it at the Mego Museum.
I love stuff like this, the Justice Society pose for a fun portrait, see more at the Mego Museum
Golden is right, this is a visual treat. Box by the Toyroom.
See more of it at the Mego Museum Customs Forum.
There is something so pleasing about the clean aesthetic of this figure, check it out at the Mego Museum Custom Forum.
This little bit of wonder was created Museum member Houseofdracula and honestly, I just can’t heap enough praise on it.
See more pictures here.
The parents of steel look pretty great for dead people, see more at the Mego Museum Forum.
Just wow. See more at the Mego Museum Forum
Yeah so, as promoted here, this weekend was the annual Toronto Toy Show which at one point was THE EVENT in Canada. My how times have changed, read my thoughts and see some of the Mego sightings after the jump.
My family won’t mind that the trip to Disney is cancelled, they’ll understand that this is a giant gap in daddy’s collection. Right?
It’s available here if your family is more understanding than mine.