One of the horror genre's "most widely read critics" (Rue Morgue # 68), "an accomplished film journalist" (Comic Buyer's Guide #1535), and the award-winning author of Horror Films of the 1980s (2007), The Rock and Roll Film Encyclopedia (2007) and Horror Films of the 1970s (2002), John Kenneth Muir, presents his blog on film, television and nostalgia, named one of the Top 100 Film Studies Blog on the Net.
is the Micronauts “building set that never stops growing” from Mego As the box art suggests: “Make this and dozens of
fantastic space age structures for your micronauts.”
These space-age construction sets “enable your child to build any number of different toys that can be taken
apart and put together over and over again.
Using a simple five millimeter plug and receptacle system, Micropolis
building sets will adapt to all Micropolis figures and accessories."
I have two Micropolis sets in my collection, the
Interplanetary Headquarters and Mega City (which consists of 579 parts).
Joel and I have a lot of fun building new configurations together, but the "plug and receptacle system" can really, really hurt your fingers...