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Mego Meet 2017 Thank You & Photo Gallery

  Another Mego Meet has come and gone. Please enjoy a large gallery of photos of the event below. We at the Museum want to thank the following people:   All attendees, dealers and volunteers. The old faces and the new, thanks for the support. Art Baltazar and the staff of Aw Yeah Comics Skokie.…

New Mego Thundarr Discovery

Thundarr King Rat

The never produced Mego Thundarr the Barbarian toy line is usually in the top five of Mego fans wish lists along with “Logan’s Run“, “Ark 2” and the “Greatest American Hero” lines (Not many people mourn “Dallas” sorry). So we at the Mego Museum love any information about Thundarr we can get. That is why…

The Amazing Mego Meet Customs Display

Another absolute highlight of the 2017 Mego Meet convention was the incredible display of Austin’s collection of his custom Mego creations. We sat down with him and talked about his collection and creating custom Mego figures in general for this video. Look for a gallery of photos later this week.

1979 Palitoy Bradgate Catalog added to the Library

Fun new addition to our growing catalog library. 1979 would be the final year for Palitoy and the World’s Greatest Superheroes (and sadly all 8″ product) but they still added another new character in their final year. Check out the 1979 Palitoy Catalog Here. Discuss this find on the Mego Museum Forum. Now Available Mego…

The Parkdale Novelty Action Jackson “Super-Hero” bundle

Action Jackson Mego Bundle Set

One of the biggest supporters of Mego’s Action Jackson line was Morris Kotzer, founder of Parkdale Novelty, one of Canada’s leading toy suppliers. In the MegoMuseum Pod Cast interview with Kotzer’s son Lorne, he recounted the amusing circumstances behind Parkdale placing such a big order. Action Jackson‘s sales fell well below expectations in Canada and…

Colombian Superheroes Part 2: Joker’s Wild

As promised last week, we have more from Stephan’s epic discovery of “Los Famosos Superheroes” in Colombia, (first installment is here in case you missed it) . This time we’ll concentrate on the other loose Caravajal  figures he stumbled upon, namely Batman, Superman Penguin and…. The Joker! Any collector of Lili Ledy figures from Mexico knows…

Colombian Mego Figure Discovery!

  Many thanks to our new friend Stephan, who upon a recent visit to Columbia discovered that yet another country licensed the  World’s Greatest Superheroes brand from Mego. Instead of importing Hong Kong manufactured product, Colombian distributor Caravajal produced the figures locally at the Rimax plastic factory to produce Los Famosos Super Heroes (en Accion).This…

New Mego Museum Video: The Denys Fisher Doctor Who line

Our Christmas gift to you is another Mego Museum Video Short! This month’s topic is the Mego Doctor Who line by Denys Fisher UK. Like all of our video shorts, this piece is narrated by Jason Lenzi (@bbplenzi) and written by Palitoy (@plaidstallions). This video showcases the known history of the line, dispelling some myths…

Marvel Reveals Punisher Mego Set

Marvel dropped this on their blog today and made a lot of people’s day Is the Marvel Retro line ready for… The Punisher?! Never released in the classic Mego toy line of yester-year, violent vigilante The Punisher is the latest Marvel character to get the 8-inch Retro action figure treatment from DST! This gift set…

Preview: The 1980 Pedigree Toys Catalog

1980 Pedigree Toys Catalog World's Greatest Superheroes

A sneak peak of one of our upcoming updates is the World’s Greatest Superheroes assortment available to the United Kingdom in 1980. If you’re keeping count, that means the WGSH had three distributors in Great Britain starting with Cecil Coleman in 1974 (Coleman also carried “Johnny Jackson“) famously moving to Palitoy in the mid 1970s…