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    Did Darklord 1967 come and set up his Batman stuff this year?

    Wondering if Darklord 1967 brought his Batman stuff to Mego meet? Didn't see any pictures.

    For the love of Mego's

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    I'll be selling prints in my ETSY store next week.

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    I'll have a video launching this week sometime. I interviewed both Roberto and Austin on their epic displays.

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    Can't wait!!

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    Sounds good to me

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    Roberto's display was incredible, and he was great about explaining all the details and thoughts behind the creation of it all. Really enjoyed it!

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    If you weren't there to see it in person let's just say... SPECTACULAR!!! and that's Understating!

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    c'mon, the title of this thread should be;
    Did Darklord 1967 come and set up his Batman stuff this year in under 48hours?

    The answer - yes, it was set up in 47 hours lol.
    So much attention to detail, so much passion...and what can I say, but WOW.
    Dude has a serious passion for making us all oooh and ahhh.
    Amazing customs.

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    Did I set up my Custom Bat-Display, you ask?

    Indeed I did! And I had an absolute BLAST doing it too! I just wish the weekend was longer!!
    I... am an action figure customizer

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    The central point of the display was the top two floors of the Gotham Warehouse & Storage Building (where The Batman and Robin The Boy Wonder were to be posed)! The building measures 4 feet wide by 4 feet deep by 3-1/2 feet tall. It's got internal lighting for windows, detailed rooftop with internally lit skylight, smoke stacks, stone gargoyles, and a decrepit, old watertower. The building stood in front of an 8 foot x 8 foot Gotham skyline backdrop developed from original artwork graciously donated by the Mego Museum's own Robyn Adams. The two tables flanking the central display featured two smaller diorama "scenes" and the work-in-progress correctly-scaled 1966 Batmobile!



    Last edited by darklord1967; Jun 26, '17 at 9:15 PM.
    I... am an action figure customizer

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