Monday, December 14, 2009

Magnetic Heroes Update

A fabulous update at the MegoMuseum Magna Heroes Gallery today, courtesy of Mark Huackabone we have shots of the proposed American series of cards for the four heroes.

Mego pitched the line using these very samples at Toy Fair 1980 and decided to abandon the line. These rare US cards were produced for display at Toy Fair and are the only known to exist.

Check Them out at the Mego Museum Magna Heroes Gallery.

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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

The New Mego Museum T-Shirt

Scott has designed an awesome new image for the 2009 Mego Museum T Shirt, with this awesome image in the front and a cool Mego Museum Trading Card Checklist on the back. We're only doing fifty, so if interested check out this thread here for more details

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009


MAKE MINE MEGO! Be sure to take a look at your local comic store today for Marvel's 70th Anniversary Celebration trade paperback available today, the highlights include a look at Mego, the world's Greatest Toy Company with a few pictures and blurbs from the Megomuseum.

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Sunday, November 09, 2008

The Mego Black Knight Strikes!

Kicking off our Knights week with gusto is the new Mego Museum Black knight Trading Card, Art by Scott and this card by sponsored by Jason "BlackKnight" Roberts.

Also check out the sweet new gallery for this guy, it's terrific!

Expect new Knights cards all week.

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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Mego Museum Cards Go West

megomuseum cochise card

megomuseum cochise card

Scott has unveiled the two new Mego American West trading cards currently available, Cochise (which has never been revealed before) and Will Bill. Check them out here.

Trade Cards at the Megomuseum Card Forum.

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Friday, December 07, 2007

MegoMuseum Interviews Orit former creative director at Mego

Our first Mego interview of the month is with Orit, the former creative director at Mego. Orit took time out of her schedule to give us her take on working at the world's greatest toy company, toyfair and why she thinks Mego had so much success. Click here to read the Megomuseum Interview.

Look for more interviews all this month, only at Megomuseum.

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Monday, November 19, 2007

Mego Museum Announces the 1978 Re: Imagine Project

Presenting 1978 Re: Imagine, the latest endeavour from the Mego

the 1978 Mego catalog you create

The Mego Museum is turning back the clock to 1978 and asking YOU to join the Research and Development department. Show us what lines you'd make. Would it be a new series of World's Greatest Superheroes or would Planet of the Apes make a comeback? A fourth wave for Star Trek or a new line from the 1978 TV season? Did Mego grab the Star Wars license just in time? What changes were in store for the Micronauts?

The goal: To create a 16 page color catalog which illustrates our
collective fantasies of what Mego might have been in 1978 and to
showcase the creative ingenuity of the Mego Community through:

•Custom action figure projects (New or previously created--We want
to showcase the best, most Mego-like customs)

•Original package design

•Concept art (illustration, graphic design, computer generated imagery)

It's all your call: Team up and collaborate. Design, create, present ideas in the 1978 Forum. Every one can be a part of 1978.

Guidelines will be posted on the Mego Museum Forum this week and the winners will be selected this February 20th (just in time for Toy Fair) by a team that will include former Mego employees. The contest will be adminstrated by Dave McCormick and Brian Heiler. Selected submissions will be photographed by World's Greatest Toys Author Benjamin Holcomb and Mego Museum artist Scott Adams and put into a Mego style product catalog, the first publication from, which will be sold Summer 2008. Proceeds to fund future Mego Museum projects.

This is your chance to create the toys we've all wanted Mego to make and get them approved by the Mego creative staff themselves!

Reimagine 1978 with the Mego Museum!

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