Thursday, July 16, 2020

Vintage Mego 12" Incredible Hulk

This week we talk about the Emerald Avenger and his hugely popular 12" figure, featuring rare shots of the original "Lou Ferrigno" version and of course, what we ended up with. Please enjoy. 

 Lou Ferrigno Hulk head sculpt courtesy of Heroes West Coast. 

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Sunday, April 26, 2020

Vintage Mego Fist Fighting Superheroes Saved as draft

Introduced in 1975 by Mego as an attempt to get that "Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots" money, the Fist Fighting Superheroes by Mego were a worldwide phenomenon that created many variations in the United Kingdom and in Mexico. This episode of Vintage Mego talks about the US versions of the Fist Fighters but also takes a look at the efforts of Toltoys, Palitoy Bradgate and Lili ledy. Special thanks to Eddie Berst, Jesus Magana and the Toltoys kid for their awesome generosity and kindness in creating this episode.

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Saturday, April 11, 2020

Vintage Mego: Planet of the Apes Fortress

This week's Vintage Mego puts together the giant Mego Planet of the Apes Fortress Playset from 1975 and lets you get a good look at what's inside.

 We also talk about the sales numbers for the Mego Planet of the Apes range and discover that Apes were very popular even after the TV had come and gone.

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Thursday, March 12, 2020

Vintage Mego: Close Out Superheroes

This week we talk about the strange oddities like red-carded heroes, Franken Aquaman and these newly discovered World's Greatest Superheroes in baggies, trust me, it's a fun mystery! Discuss this in Mego Mania, our facebook group: Or at the World's Greatest Mego Forum: