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.
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?
Good News! Long out of print, the exhaustive study of Mego Superheroes by Benjamin Holcomb is now available in a digital version. Not as good as holding it in your hands but at $13.95, a heck of a good deal.
Not technically Mego this set from 1967 is one of the earliest Justice League toys in existence and is interesting just on the level that it’s toy and comic history. I’d love to own it but there is this whole thing called a “marriage” that I enjoy…..
This week the spotlight falls on Killer Iguana’s version of black Spider-Man. Sometimes the simplest customs are the hardest to pull-off, and black Spidey falls in that category. KI’s version is very believable as an 80s Mego offering.
To see more visit the Mego Museum Forum.
If you’re into all things Man of Steel, than you’ll really dig collectingsuperman.com. It’s a very well run website that’s dedicated to Kryptonian collectibles of the past, present and future and it’s all separated by decade. That of course, includes our favourite subject.
Great Scott! You’ll never know what you’ll find!
Be sure to bookmark www.collectingsuperman.com
Now you can download this fun booklet featuring highlights from memorable Mego World’s Greatest Superhero Catalogs. File is in a cbr format, so you will need a program like winrar to open it, totally worth it.