They actually come up from time to time but finding them in nice condition can be quite challenging. You would preprogram it and it would drive in patterns. The Mego Corp was always thinking out of the box and this was a perfect example of that.
Actually Bullock, they were found in a varity of places including over in the UK, US and even Mexico. The Mego Corp had established foreign distributors which were very effective. You have to remember the era we are talking about. The Mego Corp was the very first one to incorporate regional distribution into the industry. Just like today when some parts of the country will be flooded with a certain piece while others have none. Mego addressed this problem head on and because of it they were better able to get their product to the store shelves before the competition. This Bat vehicle has mulitple packaging variations as well which makes it even more challenging to finf.
That looks pretty sweet! I never seen that before. Although I don't remember exactly what they were I do remember other toys with the programming patterns. But that is an awesome addition to your collection. PJ
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Apr 30, 2014 15:20:16 GMT -5
aikidodoc: Adopting a 13 year old boy from Bulgaria who is a huge batman fan (which is how I came on this site by a google search. Any help in finding a bulgarian batman comic source would be greatly appreciated. The DC Comic website said they couldn't help me.
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manstink: hey has their ever been a like origin story on martha wayne. I think it would be cool if she were like in some kind of cult, and she was like ritualistically murdered for trying to leave the cult. Anyways thats my opinion.
May 31, 2014 15:02:51 GMT -5
batmanfan1: Did you guys see what Gotham TV did with Poison Ivy? like their poster has her name as Ivy Pepper not Pamela Lillian Isley.
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