Mego Action Figures
Before Mego jumped into the realm of action figures, the company, founded in the early 1950s by Dr. David Abrams, was the faceless manufacturer of cheap rack toys sold in five-and-dimes across the U.S. These toys were made in Hong Kong and sold for less than a dollar. Everything changed in 1971, when David's energetic 28-year-old son Martin B. Abrams, a recent marketing graduate from NYU, took over the company as president. The younger...