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The PopCult Toybox
Collectors in the train room, as the train layouts were being constructed just out of camera range. The dinosaur display caught my eye.
Not Marx, but it’s always cool to find a display case of Captain Action stuff on Tom Heaton’s Vintage Toy Room table.
The Bowlings, who wowed everyone with their custom creations, talking to Scott Stewart of Stewart’s Toy Attic in the Johnny West Dealers Room
Cheap plastic. Can’t beat that.
Another shot of the Johnny West Dealers Room, looking at Professor Jim Fuller’s table of cool stuff. I bought a couple of those custom figures.
Your PopCulteer with none other than Marty Abrams himself, the founder of MEGO Corp, and a very gregarious and nice guy.
These slightly modified customs of Captain Kirk dealing with Tribbles cracked your PopCulteer up, big time.
A portion of the MEGO customs entered into the Custom Auction.
Art Baltazar’s freaking incredible display. Always cool to see Art buzzing about the show.
We wrap up this look at MEGO Meet with a stop at the Small Chaos Studios custom display. Very cool stuff.
Thursday expect a big post on The Marx Toy Show, and Friday we’ll return to MEGO Meet in The PopCulteer.