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"Mego - World's Greatest Superheros" the AFB Podcast E27 Discussion Topic

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« on: August 28, 2012, 06:43:09 pm »

I thought everyone who was old enough to play with Megos was Andy.

I never know if you're referring to me or Scotty. Huh?

Whenever I say Andy, I'm talking about "Scotty." Old habits.


I remember Megos still being sold at discount stores when I was younger. I think up until the first Toy Biz figures hit they could still be found at Cheap Johns, Odd Jobs, etc. Never had any as a kid though.

First one I bought was Spider-Man at a flea market. Because of his appearances in ToyFare I had to have one. I now have most of a "Mego" JLA thanks to Mattel and a Two-Face. Also have a Captain Kirk and Gorn Captain. Been buying all the Twilight Zone, Dark Shadows; and Dr. Who dolls as well. I like the style. Wish I could get an Iron Man and Thor at some point. Maybe Hulk too.
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