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Hey Folks!

There is a new Feature this week called Toyroom Spotlight. We got many responses last week, but we're always looking for more. So if you're game to share, drop us a line!

In these tumultuous times, we here at the Mego Museum believe the only thing that will help us come together is looking at other people's stuff. At least, it couldn't hurt!

So share with us, it can be vintage, modern, customs, there is no wrong way to collect, and every collection should be celebrated.

-Steve and BraIn
Watch out! More monstrosities are heading your way, because Figures Toy Company isn't done showing off their new horror themed creations! Check out the Vampire costume and alternate Clown costume that will be available soon on their website!
Those who want to make their own classic Dracula or an army of bloodsuckers will be able to do so with FTC's vampire attire, and the alternate clown costume is the perfect complement to the one already shown in a recent #MMFTCNEWS update! All of FTC's new costumes and interchangeable horror heads are made for the new S Type bodies, which are more poseable and have a wider range of motion, giving collectors the ability to set up these ghouls in a variety of ways!
Be on the lookout for all of the scary additions coming to Classic TV Toys, and be sure to check out FTC's main website ( for all of the latest releases and restocks on your favorite retro figures! New Scooby-Doo figures and Rima from the Super Friends series are just several of the latest additions, and FTC has plenty more in store for collectors in the months to come! Follow them on social media for all of the news and featured products, and check out #MMFTCNEWS here next week for another exclusive preview!

Mego Corp at Power-Con!!!

Mego Corp will be attending America’s Mightiest Toy Show this August! Power-Con is August 5th- 7th at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, OH. This is going to be a fantastic Con and you won’t want to miss it! We’ll be bringing several sneak peaks of upcoming products to show. As soon as we have our booth number and panel schedule, we will be sure to share that information with everyone. We can’t wait to see you there - stop by and let’s talk Mego! #MakeMineMego

Mego Taylor and Brent from Planet of the Apes (Mint Off Card)

Mint Off Card takes another new look at the Mego Wave 15 figures of Taylor and Brent from the Planet of the Apes range. How does it differ from the Topps version? How is the new bandless body? You tell us what you think by checking out our review.

Toy-Ventures: Buffalo Toy Madness (Road Trip pt. 3)

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In Part Three of our Road Trip series, I visit Buffalo, NY home of Antique World and I was blown away at how many quality vintage toys I saw. Also, check out what i got!
Toyroom Spotlight is a new feature where members of our community share their own personal Mego Museums will us.

 What's New in "ReMego"!

Mego and other figures are now available at Entertainment Earth and if you order through them the Mego Museum gets a small piece that helps keep us going. Click the link here to shop and support the MM.
Toy-Ventures magazine is a return to the old-school print publication specifically for collectors. We cover toys and action figures from the 1960s to the 1990s in a full-colour comprehensive manner.

So if you miss the days of Toyfare and Tomarts, give Toy-Ventures a try.
Issue 7 is almost here.
2XL - The ‘70s toy that faked A.I. ...with an 8-Track
A weekly round up of cool and weird  things we can't afford right now. Come window shop the oddest and eclectic items we can find. It's 5 Awesome Things on eBay this week.

Indiana Jones and the Missing Toys on Plastic Soul, The Pop Culture Show by Entertainment Earth

The Plaid Stallions Action Figure archive is a growing catalogue of weird, knock-off figures and 70s toy lines that don't get enough attention, new additions are made every week, and contributions are very welcome.

Here is what we've done this week:

1982 Ideal Team America Promo Catalog

Today on the site, we've got the 1982 Ideal Toys Team America brochure. This is the year that Captain America himself joined the team!

Cereal Monsters: Anything better?

Captain Midnight and King Samson by Scott

Blastphemy made this sweet duo for Shane

Rhett bade one of our faves - Italian Batman

Monitor_ep continues the tie-ins with Jennifer from Mystery decoded and his take on Trevor running for Mayor on Sventoonie while Werewolf of Washington rolls


Balo shares his Wonderful Display

Oliver Reed Werewolf by BrentZDolz

Updated group shot from Scott - take it all in!

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Rob Zombie Munsters from BrentZDolz!

More cardboard creations from Randall

A rare 8" custom from Jacques

More heads from James at

Rob made a BatCheron

Matt made a Sly as Rambo
Epic Knock Off Tarzan from John's collection.
Vending Machine Batgirl (also from John) who knew?
What kid wanted be Barretta?
Aaron has good taste in art.
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