Toy-Ventures Issue 3 Pre-Orders are Open

Pre-Order Toy-Ventures Magazine Issue 3 here:
http://www.megomuseum.com/odeon/store/products/

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SHIPPING LATE MARCH 2021

Toy-Ventures issue three content includes:

Beware His Stingray Eyes-
Tony Roberts host of the analog toys channel on Youtube tells the story behind the development of Action Man’s greatest Foe Captain Zargon.

Megobase Alpha – We take a detailed look at Mego and Palitoy’s wonderful Space:1999 range with a complete collector guide including the line’s history and development, all known variations, knock-offs and its resurrection in the 2000s.

The Challenge Machines, Leave it to Popy of Japan to take the Evel Knievel toy concept and some homegrown tv heroes to the mix. Corey LeChat gives a beautiful look at these winning toys, you’ll want to play with them!

The Art of Mego Superheroes – Chris Franklin has created a knock-out piece sourcing the iconic origins of Mego’s World’s Greatest Superheroes brand.

Collector Spotlight – Our first interviewee is pop culture author John “Toyzilla” Marshall as we talk about the hobby and show examples from his incredible, eclectic collection.

Toy-Ventures Guide to Lincoln International Monsters
The centerpiece of issue 3 is an exhaustively researched guide to this incredible and highly collectible line of Monster Toys, including company history and a visual guide to every known figure and packaging variation.

Toy-Ventures Issue 3 will ship in late March 2021 and pre-order links are below. We even have a bundle where you can order all three issues of toy-ventures but act fast as Issue 1 is close to sold out.

http://www.megomuseum.com/odeon/store/products/

 

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