The Super Knights line has been reproduced by Classic TV Toys as complete figures. This makes for plenty of reproduction parts for this line. This section will help you identify those reproduction parts. However, one part we wont cover here are the helmet feathers. Factory made feathers can be found anywhere, and it is pretty impossible to identify what feather might be original Mego issue and what might be a replacement. Since the figures came boxed and never carded, it is difficult to be certain beyond doubt that a feather is original. It is always possible that a supposed NRFB figure has had a feather replacement. Since there is no way to be certain that what we think is an original Mego issue feather is indeed an original feather, we're going to call it impossible and skip the feather issue altogether.
The original Knights line was available on both the Mego type1 and type2 bodies, although type 1 Knights are a little more common.
The first version of the Mego male body was a metal rivet, less muscled body strung together with elastic. It has not been factory reproduced.
The second version of the male body was more buff and had plastic joints instead of metal rivets, and strung together with hooks and rubber. Both Doctor Mego and Classic TV Toys offer factory made repro Mego bodies. DM's (marked 7th Street Toys on the back) is very accurate in detail and appearance. Lighter in flesh color, with a heavier feel and more rubbery hands. CTVT's bodies (marked Figures, Inc. on the back) are closer to original color, but tend to run a touch shorter, are more fragile, and have a slightly different design. A telltale sign of the CTVT body are the legs that tend to snap together at the knees. It should also be noted that Tim Mee produced the Type 2 body during the Mego era. This is a vintage knockoff that is identical in almost every way to the original body. It's weight is perhaps a touch lighter, and the Mego copyright info on the back of the body has been blotted out, but otherwise it's identical.