Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Introducing WorldMEGO!

A new project is on the horizon today, it's WorldMEGO, a site devoted to all things international and Mego. An intrepid group of Mego explorers who's passion is to root out all the wonders of Foreign Mego action figures wherever they may be found.

Is there another South African Mego Figure waiting to be discovered? What about this mysterious BASA Lex Luthor figure? That's what World Mego is all about.

Check out WorldMego today and be amazed at some of the neat things to see there already. Kudos to Bryan, Heath and Luis for this remarkable endeavour...

Discuss Foreign Mego at the Mego Forums.

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Friday, May 15, 2009

MIB Basa Robin at the Mego Museum

BASA robin MIB
It is a good day when we have something like this to share. The first boxed BASA superhero all the way from Peru, which happens to be Robin the boy wonder, is now on display at the Mego Robin page. He's really, really pretty, so be sure to take a look.

Discuss at the Mego Museum Forums

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Friday, June 08, 2007

Rare Superman from Peru

Thanks to Rudy we have pics of the ultra rare Superman figure from Basa (Peru). Very few of these are known to exist and we're lucky to have shots of it.

Jason has created a pretty fantastic mego sized version of Corsair from the pages of the X-Men. Check it out here.

Ray posted this great video of one of Scott's Dida play sets from last weekend's Megomeet. Well worth a look

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Friday, May 25, 2007

Rare Peruvian Batman Discovery

Meg Batman from South America

Cool find today, the never before seen Basa Batman from Peru. This unique figure was produced under license from Mego and is the only known example.

Mego Convention

It's one week until this year's Mego Meet Convention. What's in store:

  • An Amazing Dealer Room, with more Mego and Custom fodder found in one location since, well, last years Mego Meet.
  • A Great Lineup of Guest Speakers and Panels
  • The Incredible generousity of the people who donated loads of Mego and miscellaneous goodness for the Museum Benefit Raffle
  • The Donations of, and Chances to Win Awesome Custom Figures for the Benefit Auction
  • Not One, but TWO Brand New Mego Museum Trading Cards, created by our very own Creator and Artistic Muse of the Museum Scott Adams.
  • Jaw Dropping displays of Mego and Custom figures put on display from the collections of our very own members
  • Complimentary Access to the Vast and Superb collection of Vintage Toys and Trains collected by our gracious hosts, the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum

Meg Batman from South America

Laurie wowed us with this perfect Jimmy Olsen custom this week, see more customs at our new forums.

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