Tag: Mego Corp

Vintage Mego: Bendy Monsters?

A quick one this week, these little Mystery bendy figures came into my life ten years ago and I’m still a little fuzzy. I’ll explain what I’ve discovered about them and why I don’t think they’re made by Mego. This video was created by Brain Heiler (@plaidstallions) Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwYta3nz_7FAzPvP8FPSgpg?view_as=subscriber Our facebook…

Vintage Mego: The Supervator Playset

Time to talk about one of the Most ignored toys in the Mego World’s Greatest Superheroes catalog, the Supervator, we talk about its origins and short life with Mego and we also show you how it works. Check out the Mego Superhero Galleries here: https://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/wgsh-index/ This video was created by Brain Heiler (@plaidstallions)   Subscribe…

Vintage Mego: Star Trek Transporter Room by Palitoy

This week’s Vintage Mego segment looks at the UK exclusive Star Trek Transporter Room toy, we also talk about Palitoy Bradgate’s relationship with the product and pontificate about why the toy was released in this fashion. This video was created by Brain Heiler (@plaidstallions) Visit the Mego Museum Buck Rogers Galleries: Buck Rogers 3 3/4″…

Mego Headless Horseman : Mint Off Card Review

Wave 7 Week continues with the highly requested figure, the Headless Horseman from the horror series. Special thanks to Mego Corp for this wonderful opportunity, be sure sure to visit Mego Ambassadors Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/201580127134713/ You can order this wave of figures at Entertainment Earth: https://www.entertainmentearth.com/s/mego/c?id=ME-002202116 Visit us online at www.megomuseum.com Video created by Brain…

Mint Off Card: The Egyptian Mummy by Mego Corp.

  As wave 7 week continues we pry the amazing Egyptian Mummy off his card and hope that there is no curse. Come check out this awesome figure and tell me what figure you want me to review next. Special thanks to Mego Corp for this wonderful opportunity, be sure sure to visit Mego Ambassadors…

Mego Wave Four Reveal: Farrah is returning to Mego!

Mego Corp has been busy bringing back some of their biggest names of the 1970s with the announcement of Muhammad Ali, Joe Namath and now in a MegoMuseum exclusive reveal, Farrah Fawcett is set to return to the World’s Greatest Toy Company.   Farrah was originally a 12″ doll when she debuted in 1977 but…

Mego Exclusive 14″ Joe Namath Action Figure

SDCC- This exclusive Joe Namath 14″ figure is limited to 300 units and only available at the Mego Booth (#830) at San Diego Comic Con. Better still you can get Joe himself to sign it as he’s the special guest at the Mego panel at SDCC this Friday. Marty Abrams, CEO of Mego Corp., speaks…

An Interview with Marty Abrams Part 2

This 1974 Interview with then Mego president Marty Abrams is a new discovery here at the Museum. The second installment (You can find Part one here) speaks specifically to Abram’s philosophy on licensing, his past experiences and what he believes is a good license particularly Planet of the Apes, the Superheroes and his latest Evel…

An Interview with Marty Abrams Part 1

We here at the Mego Museum were excited to find this vintage toy industry publication interview with then Mego President Marty Abrams. This 1974 piece gets Abram’s opinions on the Toy Industry, Licensing and his vision of the future – specifically his then red hot Planet of the Apes license. Part two will follow next…