Thursday, September 28, 2006

Ken Kelly Mego Micronauts Print available

Ray Miller has posted this amazing new offer from Ken Kelly, a print of the original art for the Mego Micronauts Hornetroid packaging. Time is limited, so hurry!

The gang at the Mego Forums are doing a Travelling Mego experiment again, time to get on board!

We've got a few neat customs to look at this week Alberto has created a really neat pair of Superhero Badguys and check out this mego version of the character HotSpot


Bryan continues his amazing work on a series of 8" KISS customs, drool worthy

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

The Never Produced 12" Diecast Superman

From his recent, excellent interview with John and Linda McNett, Benjamin Holcomb uncovered an interesting bit of information about a 12" Diecast Superman prototype John had created and pitched but he believed never saw production.

What transpired after the fact makes the story even more interesting and gives real insight into how fast and furious the toy world really is.

Please check out the Never Produced 12" Crushing Arms Superman Article and let us know your thoughts on the Mego Forums.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Mego Synchronicity

the police circa 1981
Don,a member of the Megomuseum Forums was kind enough to put this neat little pic in a package to me recently, it's the Police during a rolling stone photoshoot with an interesting prop. Thanks Don!

Monday, September 25, 2006

The Mego Museum Spotlight on John and Linda McNett

2xl was one of the many items produced by Mego under the supervision of John McNett

Our own Benjamin Holcomb, author of the upcoming "World's Greatest Toys" conducted a series of interviews with John and Linda McNett, two people with a long history with Mego Corporation.

Linda was the former assistant to Neal Kublan and John the director of design, to paraphrase Ben, both John and Linda had significant involvement at Mego, and John's impact on the world of toys in general, is impressive.

During the process of this interview, Ben made an interesting Mego discovery that we will elaborate more on later in the week.

Thanks to Ben for putting together this incredible piece and of course, to the McNett family for allowing us this candid look into their lives and careers.

Friday, September 22, 2006

Mego CB McHaul gets a revamp!

Breaker! Breaker! We've got the newly updated Mego CB McHaul Galleries, with more photos and information than ever before. Read all about the cool features of one of Mego's most unfairy "forgotten" toy lines.

Kudos to Dave McCormick for uploading the cool CB commercial.

Stay tuned to the Museum for next week, we'll be unveiling a new Mego Employee Interview with new insight and discoveries.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

The Mego Museum Playset

Scott posted this Amazing new pic for the Mego Museum Accessory Check Page on the boards and it's made a really big splash. It's so cool it deserves it's own post.

The next two weeks are going to be fantastic at the Mego Museum, I'm not kidding when I say we have made tons of new Mego discoveries I'm really having a hard time keeping it to myself right now......

A couple of neat threads:

David has been Reunited with some childhood Megos

Some of the guys are doing a travelling Mego Man again, a lot of fun.

This new weird Al video hits home for many of us.

Speaking of Nerdy, What is the worst episode of Space:1999? Hey, might as well embrace your roots....

Check out this nice Nick Fury in Custom Mego

Bye for now!

Monday, September 18, 2006

The Mego Museum Accessory Check Reproduction Idenification Section is now open!

want to know if your Mego Batman has 100 percent original parts, now you can check at the Mego Museum
Since the Mego Museum, the most common questions revolve around
what accessories came with a certain figure, what a particular part
looks like, and mostly the question has been "How can I tell if
this part is original or

That is why it is such a pleasure to to unveil the Mego Museum's latest collector resource, the Mego Accessory Check.

The Accessory Check is a guide book for collectors, to help them
identify original parts and distinguish them from reproductions.

Through the use of photographs and thorough descriptions, collectors can now judge for themselves.

This new resource shall soon be available for other 8" Mego lines but today we launch the most requested chapter, the WGSH section.

Credit for this new section goes to our own Dave McCormick who under the guidance of Scott Adams, tirelessly created a great new resource that will be an invaluable reference tool for years to come.

Thanks a million guys!

Friday, September 15, 2006

Who are the World's Greatest Mego Superheroes?

Did Superman kick Thor and Green Arrows butt?

The Results are in! ok, they've been in for a little while but I got real busy and you know how it goes.....

The latest Mego Museum Top Five is the Top Five Mego Superheroes and it was voted on by members of the Mego Forums

Agree or disagree? Give us your opinion!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Updates to the Mego Logan's Run Gallery

Mego Logans run only at the Mego Museum

Did some fine tuning to the Mego Museum Logans Run page, including adding more detailed shots of the REM and Francis 7 prototypes. Also added some interesting facts about how the factories disposed of left over uniforms, would you believe they were sold at retail?

Check out this cool as heck Eclipso custom or Joe's newest creation, Iron Man!

DC Direct is releasing an Isis Action Figure, sorry it's not as cute as ours.
Bill talks about the last WGSH figure he needs.

Monday, September 11, 2006

Mego Museum Presents the King Kong Galleries

The Mego Museum King Kong Gallery
Nothing is better than unveiling a new gallery at the Museum but it's just a slightly better experience when the subject matter is one of the greatest movie characters of all time. The New Mego Museum King Kong gallery shows Mego at it's creative peak, not content to be the "500 lb Gorilla" in the action figure aisle, Mego was setting itself for total toy store domination.

Please let us know your thoughts at the Museum Forums.

Logical Sneak Preview: In case you didn't notice from Friday, Scott snuck the next set of Megomuseum Trading Cards into his Enterprise thread.

This Fall on the Megomuseum will be an amazing time for Megoheads, new interviews, more photos, new articles and a brand new section for the Museum that will blow your mind! Stay tuned!

Friday, September 08, 2006

Mego Museum Celebrates Star Trek's 40th in style

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Star Trek, Scott has written an article about perhaps the ultimate Mego playset, the Enterprise Bridge. Scott uncovers the many prototypes that abound for the playset, pretty interesting stuff.

And don't miss the new Mego Star Trek artwork Scott has created at the bottom of the page, it's fantastic!

You can read about it here

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Cool Mego Customs for a Wednesay

We have an amazing Custom Mego Blog that is so well done it has had me really focused on the custom section of our forum.

What's great about the customs forum is I have watched people grow as artists over the years and the scope of characters change from the weekly Flash and Daredevil to a broadening variety. Here are some great examples....

Gene simmons Mego custom

The guys chose the custom of the week to be Bryan Bossart's amazing Gene Simmons, click on the pic for more detail from this sucker, it's just great!

Mary Jane from Spiderman

Laurie Halbritter made this insane Mary Jane from Spider-Man custom, if Mary Jane looked like this, no crime fighting would get done. It'd be "Uncle Ben who?"

This Captain Action Version of the Punisher is really something to behold, a real marriage of ideas new and vintage.

Joe AKA Thunderbolt has created another amazing DC character, this time it's Aquaman's evil half brother, The Ocean Master! Somehow Joe manages to elicit a cool vibe out of a normally goofy looking character, great job!

Usually the only detectives we get are the Dark Knight, this week we get two of the greats, Holmes and Poirot courtesy of Other Dude, whose customs never let us down in detail or subject matter!

Bob did another nice job with Marvel Bronze age character Damian Hellstorm, the Son of Satan.

This is the content that happened this week, I don't know how the guys pick just one figure for "Custom of the Week" like they do, I don't envy them with the amazing amount of talent that is present at our custom Mego forums.

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Announcing Mego Museum Version 5.0


The new Mego Superheroes Section at the Megomuseum

Our founder, Scott Adams has once again outdone himself in the second redesign in less than one year. (You can read Scott's post about the redesign at the forum)

Up first is the Worlds Greatest Superheroes section which will continue to expand. There is still much to do, spaces to fill in, art to replace, pictures to take. We plan to do lots of updating in the next weeks and months.

The new Mego library Section at the Megomuseum

The other highlight today is the newly revised Mego Museum library

The new Mego Catalog Section at the Megomuseum

The new Mego Catalog section now has an amazing timeline, easier navigation and most importantly, BIGGER PHOTOS.

Your feedback is most important during this time, find a broken link? missing image? incorrect text? Please drop us a line or join us at the Museum forums and tell us your thoughts.