Category: mego corp

Streeeetch Hulk

A cool addition to the Museum Galleries today, it’s a UK released Stretch Hulk by Denys Fisher, courtesy of Will. Click on the picture to visit the gallery and see the new content. Megomuseum.com- The Web’s Greatest Mego Playset

Childworld 1975: Mego Wizard of Oz Ad

For the remainder of the week, we’ll be looking at some wonderful clippings from a 1975 newspaper circular for Childworld in 1975 with it’s wonderfully recoloured Mego Reproduction Art. First up is Mego Wizard of Oz which was another big attraction in 1975 for Mego. Check back everyday this week for a new piece from…

Childworld 1975 : Mego Star Trek Ad

For the remainder of the week, we’ll be looking at some wonderful clippings from a 1975 newspaper circular for Childworld in 1975 with it’s wonderfully recoloured Mego Reproduction Art. First up is Mego Star Trek which was the big star of 1975 for Mego. Check back everyday this week for a new piece from this…

Lost Treasures of the 1974 Mego Showroom

The Mego find of the decade sounds a bit like a dream a lot of collectors have had, a young Mego employee asks to keep the items from the 1974 Toy Fair showroom and then stores them in a climate controlled closet for 34 years. That’s exactly what toy collector/dealer Bruce Zalkin encountered recently when…

Rare Mego Batmobile Gift Set

A terrific addition today to the Megomuseum Galleries, the extremely rare Mego Comic Action Heroes Batmobile Set. This is without a doubt one of the rarest Superhero toys Mego produced, few boxed examples have survived. The Fourth wave of Mego Star Trek Aliens are just one of the submissions to the 1978 Re:Imagined Project that’s…

Coming Soon

January 2008 will be an epic month for the Megomuseum as we present “Lost Treasures of the Mego Showroom” an event filled with new discoveries, never before seen items and a find that will have collectors talking for years to come. It all starts January 14th, see you in ’08. Happy New Year from the…

The MegoMuseum Interview with Tory Mucaro : Mego R & D

“I’ll never forget the day they came to me with the Torino from Starsky and Hutch and asked me if I could make it look like the General Lee!” Tory Mucaro has one of the more unqiue stories when it comes to his tenure at Mego, hired by John McNett while still in high school,…

Mego Treks the Stars

Another addition to the Mego ad archive today.This June 1976 article announcesMego Star Trek Phaser Game with a box by Harold Shull. Megomuseum.com- The Web’s Greatest Mego Playset

The Mego Museum Interview with Chris Kublan

If there was ever a childhood to envy it would be Chris Kublan’s, his dad Neal Kublan was vice President of Research and Development for Mego Corp, meaning he made our favourite toys. Chris gave us some fun insight into the inner workings of Mego and what was like to grow up during the companies…