Tag: Vintage Mego

Vintage Mego: Japanese Planet of the Apes

Vintage Mego this week talks about how Toy Maker Bullmark marketed the 1974 Mego Planet of the Apes line in Japan. They did a very unique and quite wonderful job of marketing this iconic toy range. Check out Hunter’s Planet of the Apes archive: https://pota.goatley.com/ MegoMania on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/megomania Buy Toy-Ventures Magazine issue 1 here:…

Vintage Mego: Planet of the Apes Bend ‘N Flex

This week’s installment of Vintage Mego is all about the Planet of the Apes Bend N Flex line, a short-lived but highly underrated line of Get Toy-Ventures Magazine here: http://www.megomuseum.com/odeon/store/products/ Facebook Group Mego Mania: https://www.facebook.com/groups/megomania/

Vintage Mego: Battlin’ Superheroes (Close out Mego 2)

Vintage Mego answers the question no one asked: “What are the Battlin’ Superheroes” in this second look at closed out Mego Superheroes from the United Kingdom.   You can get Mego Stan Lee from Entertainment Earth and help the MEGO MUSEUM   Subscribe to the MegoMuseum Newsletter here MegoMuseum Links: MegoMuseum Forums       …

Vintage Mego: Star Trek Aliens wave 1

    Time to take a look at one of the most collectible lines Mego created, the 8″ line of Star Trek Aliens from 1976. Keeper, Gorn, Cheron and Neptunian? We discuss the character choices and the circumstances lead Mego to artistic license with these characters. Join us at the MegoMuseum www.megomuseum.com   Our Facebook…

Vintage Mego: Pocket Superheroes Bat Machine

This week’s installment talks about 1980 and Mego ventures into electronics with the launch of the Pocket Superheroes Bat Machine and Spider-Machines. We talk a bit about how electronic games hurt Mego more than passing on Star Wars and their partners in Mexico Ensueno toys. Visit our Forum at: https://www.megomuseum.com/community Mego Mania is the largest…

Vintage Mego: The Mangler from Comic Action Heroes

This week Vintage Mego unboxed The Mangler, released by Mego in 1976 as part of their Comic Action Heroes line of toys, it has the distinction of being one of the weirdest Superhero toys ever produced. Seriously, what is this thing? Wouldn’t it kill the Green Goblin? We’ll never truly know. Join our online Mego…

A look inside the Mego Factory

Our amazing friend Eddy Berst has uncovered another incredible piece of history, this photo of the Mego factory shows a group of Lion Rock workers hastily assembling Mego Starsky and Hutch action figures. You can pre-order Wave 8 from Entertainment Earth and help the MegoMuseum. Like Mego Knock-Offs? Join our Facebook group dedicated today, it’s…

Vintage Mego: 12″ Batman a history

  The subject this week is a history of the Mego 12″ Batman figure, we speak to its origins, variations and why one of them is considered one of the rarest Mego figures ever made.   More on Mego Batman at: www.megomuseum.com   Mego Museum Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheMegoMuseum/#

Vintage Mego: Rare Action Jackson

What are the rarest Action Jackson goodies I know about, here are three in my personal collection that have proven to be the most difficult to track down. Mego Action Jackson Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1513111032308289/ MegoMuseum Action Jackson Galleries: https://www.megomuseum.com/actionjackson/index.html Mego Mania Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/megomania/