Invisible Girl

1976 Introduction

Fantastci Four Mego Heroes World AdThe Invisible Girl was the sole female Marvel character and was released in the great 1976 wave of WGSH.


Loose Invisible Girl

She has a more refined head sculpt than earlier Super Gals, with more realistic facial features.

She was released on 1975 and 1979 US cards as well as window boxes, but like all Fantastic Four figures is most commonly found on 1979 Pin Pin French cards which were widely distributed at a discount in the early 1980s. Sadly, it is these figures that suffer from vinyl migration in the heads, AKA zombie disease. Additionally, these late issue Invisible Girls come with straight-arm female bodies.


Window Boxes


1975/78 US card and 1979 French
PinPin Card

Sue Storm on her 1975 US card, 1979 US and finally her 1979 Pin Pin card. It is very difficult to find Sue on any card other than a Pin Pin. The greatest Appeal of getting a 1975 card is  that she doesn’t have a grey face. Pics courtesy of Dan (Dumbldor)

Mego Invisible Girl on 1979 Cardback with Italian Sticker on it.

This 1979 US Carded Invisible Girl has a Sticker on it reading “Baby and Garden” and an Italian Address on it.  It is another example of US Carded Marvel characters being sold in Italy with a sticker on the package although this time by what seems to be a retail outfit and not a distributor.

The more commonly seen example of this is from Baravelli below.

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Mego Pin Pin Carded Invisible Girl

Above is the Invisible Girl on the French “Pin Pin Toys” card. Note that she is on a later straight arm body.

The Pin Pin Toys carded heroes although intended for the European market were liquidated to US Toy Retailers during Mego’s bankruptcy and sat on shelves during the 1980s often with large clearance stickers on them. Finding a mint condition card like this is not terribly easy.

This photo is the property of our friends at Heroes West Coast and is, used with permission.


Harbert Italy Card

In Italy, Harbert just placed an Italian language sticker over the US Mego cards and boxes until they eventually produced their own line of cards. Below is a nice set of those stickers on their own, cards and stickers are courtesy of Dan.


Mego Museum Accessory CheckMego Museum Accessory Check: Identify original and repro parts.


Loose Invisible Girl




Invisible Girl’s gloves are unique to the character and have not been factory reproduced.



Invisible Girl’s boots are factory cut down Star Trek Uhura boots. While this version of the boots have not been factory reproduced, Uhura boots have been made by Doctor Mego. These reproductions can be hand cut down by the user to create an almost factory reproduction of the IG boots. Doc’s reproductions are a little more glossy and a little thicker plastic. They are marked DM on the bottom. The picture includes a photoshop crop of what the original Uhura and reproduction boots look like cut flat. Cut original Uhura boots are very hard to spot.

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