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    Gorgeousity!!

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    Nice looking trio of Jokers, and the cards are beautifully done, I'm curious to know why Supergirl is pictured with the guys and not Aquaman? didn't Supergirl have a card with Batgirl-Wonder Woman and Catwoman pictured?

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    Alright getting this back on track, our latest upgrade is new larger photos of the Bend N Flex Batgirl and Catwoman
    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/bend-n-flex-wgsh/

    Personally I think this version of Catwoman looks better in this format.

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    MegoMuseum Gallery Upgrade: This week we try to look at the Invisible Girl! Particularly two new beautiful carded examples including this rather interesting card from Italy, see more in the MegoMuseum Invisible Girl Gallery.
    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/...ble-girl/#1975


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    It's Aquaman day at the MegoMuseum with great new photos of his "majestic purple" cards adding to his gallery page.
    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/aquaman/


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    New to the Museum Galleries is this wonderful error carded Kirk! We don't get many error carded Mego figures at the Museum so this is fantastic.
    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/captain-kirk/


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    Flame On! The MegoMuseum Human Torch Galleries have been updated and revised with new photographs and information.
    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/human-torch/


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    New Addition to the Mego Museum toy galleries, the very rare Wizard of OZ Scarecrow in the baggy with header card that was sold as a closeout.
    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/scarecrow/

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    New Addition to the Mego Museum toy galleries, the very rare Wizard of OZ Scarecrow in the baggy with header card that was sold as a closeout.
    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/scarecrow/
    Very cool! I didn’t care about this line when I was a kid, and that’s too bad. What an excellent job Mego did with them!

    - Ian
    Rampart, this is Squad 51. How do you read?

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    MegoMuseum Gallery Update: 1st version carded Dr. Zaius from Palitoy UK. Note that there is no mention of Mego or Palitoy on this packaging.

    http://www.megomuseum.com/galleries/zaius/


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