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As you may have read earlier in PopCult, last Friday I drove up to The Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum in Wheeling for the first day of MEGOMeet 2010. Now, keep in mind that all the cool stuff happens on day two, so I just got to see a small selection of dealers and customizers, and I didn’t get to meet the toy celebs like Doc Mego (Robot Chicken’s chief action figure supplier).
Still, I had a blast, and picked up a few cool toys. And I took lots of photos. Today we’re going to look at some of the cool vintage MEGO figures. Tomorrow we’ll look at some of the cool customs and newer sets that people have created.
Tomorrow, check back for some new items and cool custom figures.