DC Comics: Mego The Penguin

Mego 2021 Penguin DC Comics

DC Comics: Mego The Penguin The Mego Penguin joins the growing ranks of 8″ DC Comics heroes in wave 13, he is the 3rd Batman villain to be produced. The look of course is an update of the classic Mego Penguin from the World’s Greatest Superheroes. The major difference is he now has a removable…

Mego Planet of the Apes: Caesar

MEGO CAESAR PLANET OF THE APES

Mego Planet of the Apes: Caesar (Wave 13 2021) Caesar is the latest Planet of the Apes character from Mego and one of the first original characters that deviate from the Classic Mego Planet of the Apes series. Caesar was the star of the last two ape films and was played by Roddy McDowell so…

Mego Star Trek: 14″ Captain Kirk – Mego Museum

Mego 14" Captain Kirk

Mego 14″ Captain Kirk (Star Trek) Captain Kirk is one of three 14″ Star Trek figures from Mego corp. This figure was announced in 2019 but was unfortunately canceled due to factory closure. The original prototype shown at Toyfair used the heads from the classic Mego Star Trek the Motion picture 12″ Kirk but Mego…

Horror: Mego Mummy (Universal Monsters)

Mego Mummy (universal monsters) 2021 Karloff

Mego Corp. has added the Mummy to their growing range of Universal Monster figures, this is Imhotep portrayed by Boris Karlof. Mego previously released the Egyptian Mummy in wave 7, however that was an original character. This version appears to be slightly different than the one produced by Diamond Select/EMCE Toys. Sculptor:  Sean Sansom Outfit:…

Horror: Mego Van Helsing (Hammer Films)

Mego Dr Van Helsing

  Mego Corp. is the first company ever to produce a Peter Cushing action figure based on his classic Hammer Films character Dr. Van Helsing, who pursued Christopher Lee’s Dracula over the course of perhaps one too many sequels. Sculptor:  Sean Sansom Outfit: Rachel Baker Series: Hammer Horror Wave: 13 Available: July 2021 Accessories: Stake…

Mego Ultraman Tiga- Mego Museum

Mego Ultraman Tiga Ultraman Tiga (ウルトラマンティガ, Urutoraman Tiga) is a Japanese tokusatsu TV drama and is the 12th show in the Ultra Series. Produced by Tsuburaya Productions, Ultraman Tiga had aired at 6:00pm and aired between September 7, 1996 to August 30, 1997, with a total of 52 episodes with five movies (three being crossovers, two being direct sequels to the series as well…