The room was always tightly cramped, I often had to wait until Seminars were in session to get a good shot of what was available. Here are some but not all of the vendors in attendance:
Art Balthazar brought his impressive custom collection for all too see, he was also signing copies of my son's favourite comic, Tiny Titans.
Scott Adams brought a breath taking assortment of Dida Displays, these sets truly will make you wish you were six again. I'm really jealous of whoever got the last Monster set.
This Quick Video shows in greater details the offerings from Art, Dr. Mego EMCE Toys (the upcoming Khan and Gorn figures are awesome BTW) and Scott's Dida Displays.
Roberto "Blue Meanie" Ligotti brought a stellar assortment of items, which isn't really a surprise, he's done it for the past 4 Meets.
This case of Roberto's is where most of my Mego Money went this weekend but I am really happy about that, trust me.
John from Type 3 Toys was on hand showcasing his creations, the focus is on bronze age Marvel characters and honestly photos just don't do them justice, they are works of art.
More from Type 3 Toys, that Deathlok was truly superb.
Austin had a great assortment of customs including a '67 Spider-Man that so calling to me.
Brian Leitner had an awesome sampling of his uniforms.
New to the show Jim Hampton brought a terrific assortment of items including his Sherrif of Nottingham figure which he sold out of at the Meet.
Also new to the show was author Sean Griffen, who offered a bevy of minty figures.
Just a fun walk through video of the dealers room.
Much more Mego Meet Recollection at the Forum.
Coming Next: Mego Display, Seminars and Wrap Up.