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Quentyn Martin

I love your site. It brings back all the memories for me of playing with my Mego mates i.e. Spidey, Batman and I think I had Capt America as well. It was pretty hard to get them in New Zealand but I loved those toys. Since then age and other interests took me away from them but with thanks to ebay and the internet I have been able to rediscover my old mates (not the actual ones) and more. I now have some of the Mego I had only seen on the back of comics and it gives me a good feeling. So thanks again for your site and good luck to you. Cheers.

Eric S.

Great site, I so remember alot of these toys I was born in 72 I think we grow up in the greatest toy era, I also found in my dad attic my old big bolt construction from the early 80's still have most of the pieces.


My Mego toys were probably pretty much my favorites and hold the most fond memories for me. The first "boy dolls" (action figures) I got were for my 10th birthday, back in 1973. I remember going to the store with my birthday money and buying Superman, Batman and Robin. I continued adding to my collection over the coming years. Thor was probably one of the last Mego figure I got. I totally agree with you about this figure being one of the best of the best. I still own all of my Mego figures. They are a prized part of my still ever growing action figure collection!


We had Batman, Robin, Superman, and Captain Marvel. The whole idea of dolls for boys confused my parents, LOL. Thanks for the fun post, it brought back memories.

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