(2007)

Wizard Entertainment, 2007 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
29.99 USD; 42.00 CAD
Pages
260
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Not Recommended for All Ages
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Gareb Shamus Enterprises, Inc.
Brand
Wizard
ISBN
978-0-9792564-2-4; 0-9792564-2-9 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9780979256424 52999
Editing
Scott Gramlin (Editor-in-Chief, Wizard Entertainment); Joe Yanarella (VP/SR. Managing Editor, Wizard Entertainment); Mel Caylo (Editorial Editor, Wizard Entertainment); Mike Searle (Executive Editor, Wizard Entertainment); Zach Oat (Editor, Toyfare: The Toy Magazine); Adam Tracey (Managing Editor, Toyfare: The Toy Magazine); Justin Aclin (Senior Editor, Toyfare: The Toy Magazine);
Color
Color
Dimensions
Standard Modern Age U.S.
Paper Stock
Matte Cover with Glossy Details; Glossy Interior
Binding
Trade Paperback
Publishing Format
One-Shot

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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Sure to be the classiest book in your bathroom!
Genre
humor; superhero
Characters
Spider-Man; Skeletor; Megatron; Borg; Cobra Commander
Keywords
action figures; fumetti; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Annoy All Monsters! (Table of Contents: 1)

Godzilla / photo story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Kardon; Chris Ward
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humor
Characters
Godzilla; Gamera; Mothra; Ghidora; Mecha-Gojira
Synopsis
Godzilla wakes up and heads to Tokyo. He and Gamera hang out, not realizing the people are attacking them. Gamera's girlfriends tell him to pick up milk on the way home. Mothra comes over, and they convince him to fly into the sun. They call up Ghidora, but it's too confusing to talk to all his heads at once. Mecha-Gojira attacks. They think he's a malfunctioning toy and accidentally break him. They both head out, and the people think they are saved, until Godzilla cannonballs into the ocean and causes a tsunami.
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Keywords
action figures; beer; Biolante; fighter jets; fumetti; laser cannon; mass suicide; roaming; Sharper Image; sweater; tsunami; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

¡Viva Mego! (Table of Contents: 2)

Fantastic Four / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein
Pencils
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Genre
humor
Characters
Dr. Doom; Silver Surfer; Mexican Spider-Man; Mexican Thor; Mexican Jon; Mexican Ponch; Mexican Mr. Fantastic; Mexican Invisible Woman; Mexican Fonzie; Taco Bell Dog; Speedy Gonzales; H.O.M.B.R.E.; Uatu
Synopsis
Dr. Doom creates a device that sends him back in time to 1952. He defeats all the toys of that era, which he feels will mean there will be no Megos in the present. However, when he gets back, he finds all the toys are now Mexican knock-offs. Doom realizes his mistake, and goes to Mexican Richards for help. Richards advises him to go back in time and stop himself. He kills his old self, and causes reality to cease to exist.
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Keywords
action figures; army men; Baxter Cabana; fumetti; Lincoln Logs; Mexico; mustache; nutcracker; piñata; Slinky; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

Bad to be Good (Table of Contents: 3)

Dr. Doom; Silver Surfer; Dukes of Hazzard; Spider-Man; Captain America / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Douglas Goldstein
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Genre
humor
Characters
Dr. Doom; Green Goblin; Kang the Conqueror; Boss Hogg; Venom; Lizard; Red Skull; Larry; Mephisto; Jimmy Carter; May Parker; Bill Gates; Punisher; Bucky
Synopsis
Doom holds a villain meeting, but nobody pays attention to him. Mephisto appears and warns them to change their ways or they'll end up in hell. They decide to do it. Red Skull feeds the homeless. Dr. Doom builds houses. Kang helps May Parker across the street, but needs to back in time several times, and is killed. Venom kills Bill Gates and destroys his monopoly. Green Goblin is killed when Punisher mistakes his intentions. They are saved when hell is bought out by Gates.
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Keywords
action figures; fumetti; Habitat for Humanity; hell; Key West; milk; moonshine; National Geographic; Punisher War Journal; Taurus; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Windows 2001

Indexer Notes

There is a currently unidentified Planet of the Apes character in this story.

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

That 70's Twisted Toyfare Theatre (Table of Contents: 4)

Fantastic Four / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein; Bill Jenson
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humor
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Reed Richards; Iron Man; Kang (adult); Vision; Red Skull; Captain America; Namor; Lizard; Teen Kang; Dr. Doom; Teen Victor Doom; Sue Storm; Falcon; C3-PO; R2-D2; Man-Thing; Punisher; Daredevil; Venom; Cyclops; Mephisto; Chuck Xavier; Northstar; Spider-Man
Synopsis
Kang travels back in time to 1977 to stop Reed Richards and Sue Storm from meeting at a dance contest. He trains his younger self. Meanwhile, Dr. Doom thinks his younger self should win the contest, and he accidentally kills his younger self.

The contest takes place, with both Kang and Richards doing well, until Xavier takes the floor and wins. Sue is impressed with how well Reed lost. Xavier says this is the greatest day of his life... then wakes up in bed, in the present. He kills himself.
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Keywords
1977; action figures; afros; dance; fumetti; gun; Mego University; pinball; suicide; trophy; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

The Hunt for Red Ork-Tober (Table of Contents: 5)

photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum (Head Writer); Tom Root (Head Writer); Zach Oat (Head Writer); Rob Bricken (Contributing Writer); Adam Patyk (Contributing Writer); Jon Gutierrez (Contributing Writer); Justin Aclin (Contributing Writer)
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Editing
Doug Goldstein; Matt Senreich

Genre
humor
Characters
Iron Man; Captain America; Fin Fang Foom; Scarlet Witch; Thor; Vision; Visionaries; Spider-man; Hawkeye; Skeletor; Clamp Jaw; Orko; Punisher; Bucky; AllStar Seaworthy; Casey; Tooter; Dimmy; Marchall Bravestarr; Cheer Bear
Synopsis
The Avengers are about to fight Fin Fang Foom, only to discover t he Quinjet is gone.

Elsewhere, Spider-man and Hawkeye start a hunting trip at Skeletor's game reserve. The hunt Orko, kill Snorks, and are attacked by Cheer Bear. Orko saves him, but they kill him anyway.
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Keywords
action figures; Care Bear stare; fumetti; game hunting; Quinjet; Snorks; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Kirks Up, Ho's Down (Table of Contents: 6)

Star Trek / photo story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Chris Ward
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Genre
humor
Characters
Worf; Georgi LaForge; Jean-Luc Picard; Beverly Crusher; James T. Kirk; Scottie; Alexander Rozhenko; Deanna Troi; Data; William Riker; Wesley Crusher; Vina; George Washington; Benjamin Sisko; Kathryn Janeway; borg; Borg Queen
Synopsis
An energy anomaly leads LaForge to beam aboard Kirk. He got lost when Scottie threw-up on the console. Kirk gives Picard one of his toupees and kills Worf and Alexander for being Kingons. He reprograms Data, fights Riker, and teaches Wesley to be cool. He causes a power drain on the ship when he uses the holodeck. When the Federation is under attack by the Borg, they call in Sisko and Janeway, who he sexually harasses. Kirk beams over to the Cube. He accidentally stops the ship by pulling the Queen's head off. Then he has sex with her.
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Keywords
action figures; anomaly; Black Cyclops; blogging; Borg Cube; Charlie Chaplin; Death Star; ferengi; flux capacitor; fumetti; Helen Keller; Hitler; holodeck; Phoenix; Professor X; sex; sexual harassment; Sic semoer tiberius; Space Lincoln; tea; toupees; transporter; tribbles; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; whales; Whoopi Goldberg

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Arbona, Sean T. Collins, and Purdin.

Up and Adamantium (Table of Contents: 7)

photo story / 10 pages (report information)

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humor
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Wolverine; Iron Man; Spider-Man; Ghost Rider; Gray Hulk; Franklin Richards; May Parker; Professor Andre Thorton; Professor X; Cyclops; Storm; Colossus; Phoenix; Vindicator; Northstar; Magneto; Toad; Blob; Captain Britain; Nocturne; Sage; Juggernaut; Fred Flintstone; X-23; Alan Moore; Oscar Wilde; Sabretooth; Speedball
Synopsis
Wolverine wakes up to face his day, which is packed with appearances all over the Marvel universe. He jumps from the Avengers tower. He splits a cab with Spider-Man to the Baxter Building and they accidentally switch scripts. He goes to the X-Mansion, kisses Phoenix and Storm, yells at Cyclops, and leaves for Canada. He kills Northstar at Preparation H, has a sandwich, and fights ninjas. Magneto pulls out his adamantium. He flies to Britain, meets with Excalibur, and X-23 wants to borrow his car. Alan Moore and Oscar Wilde fight. Wolverine goes to bed and is woken up by his alarm.
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Keywords
action figures; Avengers Tower; bananas; Baxter Building; beer; Canada; Civil War; Denny's; Department Preparation H; fourth wall; fumetti; Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade; Infinity Crisis; Infinity War; Leno; Nachos Bell Grande; Nightcrawler; sandwich; Scarlet Witch; Secret War; taxi; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Virgin Airlines; Watchman 2; Wendigo; wheatcakes; X-Mansion

Super Villain Jeopardy! (Table of Contents: 8)

Fantastic Four; Captain America / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin
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Genre
humor
Characters
Alex Trebek; Red Skull; M.O.D.O.K.; Dr. Doom; Jon; Ponch
Synopsis
Alex Trebek leads Red Skull, M.O.D.O.K., and Dr. Doom in a game of Jeopardy. Three of the categories are "W.W.I.I. Sleepers," "Marvel Comics Acronyms," and "Cosmic Cube Mishaps." M.O.D.O.K. and Red Skull get answers, but Doom's buzzer won't work. His wires were cut, and he blames M.O.D.O.K. even though it was Red Skull. He takes over M.O.D.O.K.'s booth. When he fails to answer in the form of a question, he loses. He throws a fit, and Jon and Ponch subdue him.
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Keywords
action figures; Estradia; fumetti; Jeopardy; Reed Richards; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Vanna

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

The Way We Wuz (Table of Contents: 9)

photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum (Head Writer); Tom Root (Head Writer); Zach Oat (Head Writer); Rob Bricken (Contributing Writer); Adam Patyk (Contributing Writer); Jon Gutierrez (Contributing Writer); Justin Aclin (Contributing Writer)
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Doug Goldstein; Matt Senreich

Genre
humor
Characters
Falcon; Thing; Captain America; Northstar; Vision; Hulk; Mr. Fantastic; Invisible Woman; Human Torch; Bucky; Franklin Richards; Kingpin; Daredevil; Green Goblin; Magneto
Synopsis
Falcon, Thing, Captain America, Northstar, Vision, and Hulk play poker and tell their origin stories.

Elsewhere, Daredevil accidentally went to the wrong poker game.
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Keywords
action figures; Captain Americar; egg; fumetti; Negative Zone; poker

Clash of the Titans (Table of Contents: 10)

Thor; Spider-Man / photo story / 5 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Douglas Goldstein
Pencils
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Genre
humor
Characters
Spider-Man (Mego); Thor; Spider-Man (Famous Covers Dolls); Wolverine; Storm; Green Goblin; Boss Hogg; Iron Man;
Synopsis
Spider-Man and Thor discover that the new neighbors are Famous Covers Dolls, who think they are better than them. They decide to settle it in the ring, with Spider-Man fighting Spider-Man. Mego Spider-Man takes a lead, but then Famous Covers Spider-Man gains the upper hand. Thor decides to help out, despite Spider-Man's past with him, but hits the wrong man. Famous Covers Spider-Man wins.
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Keywords
action figures; Boar's Nest; Famous Covers Dolls; fumetti; Mego Valley Realty; NWO; Stark Industries; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; wrestling

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

Clash of the Titans Part II (Table of Contents: 11)

Spider-Man / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Douglas Goldstein
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Genre
humor
Characters
Storm; Spider-Man (Famous Covers Dolls); Green Goblin; Wolverine; Spider-Man (Mego); Boss Hogg; Iron Man; Thor; Dr. Doom; Baby Spice; Scary Spice; Sporty Spice; Ginger Spice; Posh Spice; Luke Duke; Bo Duke
Synopsis
When Spider-Man sees the horrible jokes the Famous Cover Dolls are doing, he decides he has to get rid of them. He recruits Dr. Doom to help him. Spider-Man releases a hoard of Beanie Babies. Doom releases the Spice Cannon, which shoots Baby Spice at them, but the other Spice Girls attack him. Mego Spider-Man defeats the Famous Covers Dolls. Thor and Iron Man die in a car crash in Hazzard County.
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Keywords
action figures; Beanie Babies; cookies; Famous Covers Dolls; Famous Covers Masterpiece Theatre; fumetti; Hazzard County; pumpkin pie; Spice Cannon; Stark Industries; toilet; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

House Party (Table of Contents: 12)

X-Men; Spider-Man; Thor; Iron Man; Fantastic Four / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein
Pencils
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Genre
humor
Characters
Wolverine; Spider-Man; Storm; Iron Man; Thor; Mr. Fantastic; Nightcrawler; Colossus; Fonzie; Falcon; Red Bird; Vision; Galactus; Human Torch; Professor Xavier; Geordi LeForge; Data; Worf
Synopsis
The X-Men host a party. They trade stories. Wolverine makes x jokes. Cyclops kills Red Bird. Hulk accidentally kills Nightcrawler when he teleports in front of him. Professor Xavier arrives, and yells at them. Suddenly, the crew of the Enterprise arrives and teleports him away. They continue the party.
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Keywords
action figures; Artie; cake; fumetti; Leech; Mountain Dew; Pepsi; Riker; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Wesley

Indexer Notes

Three characters have not been identified.

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

Twenty, Twently, 24 Hours to Go (Table of Contents: 13)

Captain America / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Rob Bricken; Adam Patyk; Jon Gutierrez
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humor
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Nick Fury; President Falcon (Skrull); M.O.D.O.K.; Captain America; Electro; Bucky; Kraven; Green
Goblin; Lizard; Cyclops; Steve Irwin; Iron Man; Jarvis; Red Skull; Redwing
Synopsis
Fury warns President Falcon that there is a nuclear bomb in Megoville. He enlists Captain America to find it. He interrogates Electro, who points him to Kraven. He warns Bucky. Kraven helps him after he brings him the head of his worst enemy, Steve Irwin. A bomb goes off at the Avengers mansion. Redwing shows up with the detonator, tries to warn Cap that the Falcon and half of Megoville are Skrulls, and the bomb is to stop them, but Cap kills him.
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Keywords
A.I.M.; bomb; Frosted Flakes; Goldfish crackers; Mardi Gras; Megoville; Reagan; S.H.I.E.L.D.; Skrulls; syphilis

Defenders Assemble! (Table of Contents: 14)

Defenders / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein; Bill Jenson
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humor
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Spider-Man; Daredevil; Man-Thing; Dr. Strange; Hulk; Silver Surfer; Namor; Mr. Whiskers; Mr. Fantastic; Captain America; Vision; Scarlett Witch; Jarvis
Synopsis
Spider-Man receives a letter inviting him to tryout for the Defenders, and is enticed by the open bar. He is chosen over Man-Thing. They hang out playing Risk until they find out a cat needs saving. They end up sending it to a demon dimension. They fail to save John Denver from a plane crash due to their gas budget. They use a distress call from the other teams to go steal their stuff.
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Keywords
action figures; alcohol; Atlantis; Avengers; Cerebro; CNN.com; Colorado; Ding Dongs; eBay; Fantastic Four; Fantisticar; football phone; fumetti; H.E.R.B.I.E.; Infinity Gauntlet; John Denver; Milton Bradley; necrophiliac; Pepsi; Quaarog Dimension of Xevos; Risk; Rocky Mountain High; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; X-Men; Youngblood

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

28 Smurfs Later (Table of Contents: 15)

Smurfs / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Adam Patyk; Jon Gutierrez; Matt Senreich; Doug Goldstein
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humor
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Brainy Smurf; Chef Smurf; Jokey Smurf; Hefty Smurf; Papa Smurf; Smurfette; Handy Smurf; AllStar Seaworthy; Dimmy; Casey; Gargamel; Azreal; Harmony Smurf
Synopsis
Brainy Smurf sprays the Smurfberries with a special fertilizer, but it ends up turning the Smurfs into zombies. Jokey uses a bomb to prank the other Smurf instead of stop the zombies. Hefty eats another Smurf. Papa Smurf takes charge, but is infected when they stopped to rest. He is killed.

Azreal is infected by eating infected Smurfs. Gargamel kills him.

Brainy and Smurfette make it to a castle where Harmony saves them. Smurfette is taken by the zombies, so the other Smurfs use Brainy as their woman.
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Keywords
action figures; deus ex machina; fumetti; Pet Sematery; Smurfberries; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Zombies

Nobody Does it Vader (Table of Contents: 16)

Star Wars / photo story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Kardon; Chris Ward
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humor
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Stormtrooper; Sandtrooper; Scout Trooper; Snow Trooper; Emperor's Royal Guard; Average Moff Piett; Ariq Joanson; Darth Vader; Anakin Skywalker (child); C3-PO; Anakin Skywalker (teenager); Commander Kruge; Worf; Gowron; Anakin Skywalker (senior citizen); Oola; Shakka; Theelin; Lando Calrissian; Nien Nunb
Synopsis
The troopers meet at the Mos Eisley Cantina, and get in a bar fight with the Emperor's Royal Guard. As punishment, Piett sends them to Genesis to find Vader, who's TIE fighter went down there.
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Keywords
action figures; feminine products; fumetti; Genesis; Indiana Jones; M&M; Richardo Montalban; sarlacc pit; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

My Big Fat Fat Wedding (Table of Contents: 17)

Spider-Man / photo story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Adam Patyk; Jon Gutierrez; Matt Senreich; Doug Goldstein
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humor
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May Parker; Spider-Man; Otto Octavious; Electro; Kraven; Vulture; Mysterio; Lizard; Hulk; J. Jonah Jameson; Red Skull; Dr. Doom; Magneto; Venom; Dormammu; Kingpin; Skulls; Quicksilver; Blade; Green Goblin; Kirk; Siegfried; Roy; Elvis
Synopsis
When May and Otto start dating, Spider-Man sees things he can't unsee. They decide to get married in Vegas. They travel by plane with many other villains from Megoverse. The Vulture is sucked into the turbine. At the hotel, Kraven, Lizard, and Electro dine on Siegfried and Roy's tiger. At the wedding, a robber runs through and kills Otto, which Spider-man is pretty okay with.
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Keywords
action figures; Apple; Ding Dongs; doughnut; Dr. Kevorkian; fumetti; Megoville Airlines; prank; pregnancy; Pringles; Simpsons; Smallville; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Vegas; wedding; white tiger

The Daredevil's Advocate (Table of Contents: 18)

Daredevil / photo story / 7 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Doug Goldstein; Chris Ward
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humor
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Daredevil [Matt Murdock]; Jennifer Walters [She-Hulk]; Richard Moll; Ben Affleck; Dave Quintesson; Stan Lee; Karen Page; Nightcrawler; Mephisto; Mysterio; Baron Zemo; Green Goblin; Red Skull; Whirlwind; Tarantula; Spider-Man;
Synopsis
Daredevil finally gets his audio descriptive copy of the Daredevil movie. He sues Ben Affleck for character defamation. Jennifer Walters defends Affleck, the judge is Quinetesson, and the jury is various Marvel villains. Stan Lee, Karen Page, and Spider-Man are called as witnesses. Murdock calls Daredevil as witness, but is constantly changing, badly, where the entire courtroom can see him. The judge sides with Murdock, and then, because she lost, She-Hulk rips Affleck in half, which reveals that he is a robot. Daredevil uses the money to film a porn movie.
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Keywords
"Good Will Hunting"; "Reindeer Games"; action figures; Chuck Austen; Elektra; fumetti; Jennifer Garner; Juggernaut; Kingpin; porn; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Beach Blanket Mego (Table of Contents: 19)

photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein
Pencils
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Colors
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
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Genre
humor
Characters
Spider-Man; Thor; Ponch; Iron Man; Mr. Fantastic; Bucky; Sandman; Hulk; Daisy Duke; Captain America
Synopsis
Everyone is at the beach. Iron Man has rusted together, and is attacked by crabs. Bucky is building a sandcastle unknowingly out of Sandman, but Hulk smashes it. Hulk continues to run around the beach, smashing sandcastles, until he comes across Daisy, who is also smashing sandcastles. They fall in love. They date. Everything is going well until Daisy is eaten by a shark. Atlantis attacks, and a now buff Bucky tries to stop them, but is killed. Everyone dances.
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Keywords
action figures; alcohol; beach; crabs; Fresca; fumetti; Grease; Invisible Woman; Jerry McQuire; sandcastles; shark; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

Seder-Masochism (Table of Contents: 20)

photo story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Kardon; Chris Ward
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humor
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Human Torch; Magneto; Mr. Fantastic; Thing; Invisible Woman; H.E.R.B.I.E.; Elsie Grimm; Daniel Grimm; Spirit of Judaism; Vulture; Professor X; Leonard Nimoy; William Shatner; Nichelle Nichols; Moon Knight; Sabra; Elijah Wood; Kitty Pryde; Rama-Tut; Moses; Doctor Strange; Sauron
Synopsis
The Thing decides to explore this Jewish heritage to get out of helping clean-up. The Spirit of Judaism arrives to help him hold a Passover Seder. He fires a Star of David flare. Magneto, Nimoy, and Shatner show up. So do Moon Knight and Sabra, who brought wine. Elijah Wood drinks the wine for the prophet Elijah. Shatner reads the Passover story. Thing goes back in time and punches Rama-Tut. Doctor Strange kills the Spirit of Judaism, and feels guilty. Elijah mistakes the Human Torch for Sauron.
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Keywords
action figures; Eye of Afamotto; fumetti; Judaism; Macaulay Culkin; Passover Seder; Scorpion King; Star of David; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; wine; yarmulke

A Few Good Megos (Table of Contents: 21)

Spider-Man; Chips; Planet of the Apes; Fantastic Four; Avengers; X-Men; Defenders / photo story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein
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humor
Characters
Spider-Man; Ponch; Jon; Thing; Mr. Fantastic; Human Torch; Invisible Woman; Captain America; Vision; Iron Man; Scarlett Witch; Falcon; Red Wing; Professor Xavier; Cyclops; Colossus; Nightcrawler; Wolverine; Storm; Dr. Strange; Hulk; Silver Surfer; Namor; Black Bolt; Daredevil; Bucky; Thor; Watcher; Tarzan; May Parker; Spock; Negative Zone Alien; Sitting Bull; Kang; Lizard; Red Skull; J. Jonah Jameson; Venom; Green Goblin; Dr. Doom; Mephisto; John Travolta; skrull; Charlon Heston.
Synopsis
Spider-Man is asleep and fails to answer the door when Ponch and Jon come to arrest him, so they declare him a fugitive from justice. They gather other Megos to help. The various teams end up fighting. Spider-Man comes out to quiet them down, and is arrested.

He is put on trail. The judge and prosecution are apes, the jury are villains, and the defense attorney is Daredevil. The cops arrest and bring in two John Travoltas, proving there are skulls at work, and Spider-Man is innocent. Mr. Fantastic kills them, and Heston comes in and attacks the apes.
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Keywords
action figures; court; Dairy Mart; fastball special; fumetti; Lays; NRA; pepsi; pizza; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

Several characters are not identified, most notably the apes, who are Planet of the Apes characters.

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

Mr. Spidey Goes to Coruscant (Table of Contents: 22)

Star Wars / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Doug Goldstein
Pencils
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Inks
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Colors
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Letters
Typeset

Genre
humor
Characters
Chancellor Valorum; Senator Palpatine [Darth Sidious]; Padmé Amidala; Anakin Skywalker (age 10); Spider-Man; Superman; Darth Maul; Rune Haako; Nute Gunray; Luke Skywalker; Jar Jar Binks; Wicket; Logray; Chief Chirpa; George Lucas; Zett Jukassa; Batman; Falcon; Aquaman; Thor; Captain America
Synopsis
The Republic Senate is in session. Amidala asks the senate for help. Spider-Man says that this movie blows, and reveals that Palpatine is Sidious. Darth Maul tries to kill him. The Wookies eat the aliens from E.T. for opposing term limits. Spider-man continues his tirade against the movie and Luke Skywalker chimes in. When Jar Jar tries to give an explanation, the Ewoks kill him. George Lucas shows how it could be worse by having jedi peeps in Episode II.
Reprints
Keywords
action figures; Banned Twisted Toyfare Theatre; C3-PO; Chinese food; Episode II The Peeps of Wrath; fumetti; General Zod; Megoville; midi-chlorian; Obi-Won Kenobi; peeps; Qui-Gon Jinn; Tatooine; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

Superman is replaced by Iron Man in the reprints due to a cease-and-desist letter DC Comics sent Toyfare. However, Batman and Aquaman can be seen in the theater audience at the end.

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

Get Smart! (Table of Contents: 23)

Hulk / photo story / 9 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Andrew Kardon; Chris Ward
Pencils
? (photos)
Inks
? (photos)
Colors
? (photos)
Letters
Typeset

Genre
humor
Characters
Leader; Hulk; Professor X; Thing; May Parker; Spider-Man; Leonard Samson [Doc]; Thaddeus Ross [Thunderbolt]; Glenn Talbot; Abomination; Silver Surfer; Wong; Doctor Strange; Namor; Betty Ross; Bi-Beast; Iron Man; Ultron
Synopsis
The Leader is tired of Hulk's status as handicapped allowing him to get away with things like messing up his groceries while bagging and bad parking. He builds a "de-tard ray" to restore his intelligence. It works, and Hulk goes to Leonard Samson for counseling. He is advised to make amends to those he wronged. He explains to General Ross why he hates him and to Abomination why Marx was wrong. He apologies to the Defenders, has a threesome, and explains to Iron Man the reason for the Hulkbuster armor. When Leader tries to talk away his intellect again, he turns the ray on him.
Reprints
Keywords
"My Name is Earl"; action figures; aquarium; army; bananas; Bon Jovi; Brides; capitalism; cigarettes; communism; Cornflakes; Cosmopolitan; de-tard ray; Defender's Van; Ding Dongs; dog walking; eggs; Fantasticar; Flash; fumetti; Gammy Awards; Goldfish crackers; grocery store; homosexuality; hot dogs; Hulkbuster Armor; InSyle; Lars Von Trier; Lay's; Lifesavers; Marie Claire; Marx; Michigan; Mountain Dew; Pantheon; Pepsi; Prius; Redbookl Woman's Health; Schrodinger's Car; tomatoes; Twisted Toyfare Theatre

Indexer Notes

Special thanks to: Arbona, Rob Bricken, Sean T. Collins, Penagos, Purdin, and Adam Tracey.

The New Neighbors (Table of Contents: 24)

Spider-Man; Thor; Star Trek / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Douglas Goldstein
Pencils
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Inks
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Colors
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Letters
Typeset

Genre
humor
Characters
Thor; Spider-Man; Three of Twelve; Nine of Eight; Four of Five; Two of Four; Six of Seven; Five of Sixteen; Eleven of Three; Nine of Six; Three of Twenty; Three of Twenty; Nine of Two; Three of Fourteen; Seven of Eight
Synopsis
The borg move in next door to Spider-Man and Thor. They attempt to assimilate his house. They assimilate Thor, Spider-Man's barbecue and car. When he takes them back, the borg make it their mission to assimilate him. They move the fence, making their yard bigger, and steal his cable. They steal his stuff. He strays them off the roof, puts Beanie Babies tags on them, and girls come and take them away.
Reprints
Keywords
action figures; bagels; Baywatch; Beanie Babies; Buffy; Donna D'Errico; fumetti; hot dogs; kickball; Penthouse; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Voyager

Indexer Notes

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

A Real American Hero (Table of Contents: 25)

Star Wars; Iron Man; G.I. Joe / photo story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Pat McCallum; Tom Root; Douglas Goldstein
Pencils
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Inks
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Colors
Paul Schiraldi (photos)
Letters
Typeset

Genre
humor
Characters
May Parker; Spider-Man; Cobra Commander; Cobra Spider-Man; Destro; Major Bludd; Shipwreck; Polly; Roadblock; Duke; Tomax; Xamot; Scarlett; Snake Eyes; Dave; Cory; Frank; Ben Serpentor; Mindbender; Storm Shadow; Jon Baker; Frank Poncherello; burglar
Synopsis
Aunt May asks Spider-Man to watch Uncle Ben's ashes while he watches tv with Iron Man. The house is invaded by COBRA. They have their own Spider-Man. G.I. Joe parachutes in and the two groups fight. Destro gets stuck to the fridge. Spider-Man teaches them how to fire their guns, but they don't play that way. COBRA uses Uncle Ben's ashes to clone Ben Serpentor. Jon and Ponch chase a burglar through the house, and he kills Ben.
Reprints
Keywords
action figures; Daily Bugle; fumetti; Lays; parachute; pizza; Reagan; redrum; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; wheatcakes; Zelda

Indexer Notes

Various COBRA and G.I. Joe characters have not been identified yet.

This was indexed via a reprint, so there may be slight differences.

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. ["Sure to be the classiest book in your bathroom!"]
  2. 1. Annoy All Monsters!
    Godzilla
  3. 2. ¡Viva Mego!
    Fantastic Four
  4. 3. Bad to be Good
    Dr. Doom; Silver Surfer; Dukes of Hazzard; Spider-Man; Captain America
  5. 4. That 70's Twisted Toyfare Theatre
    Fantastic Four
  6. 5. The Hunt for Red Ork-Tober
  7. 6. Kirks Up, Ho's Down
    Star Trek
  8. 7. Up and Adamantium
  9. 8. Super Villain Jeopardy!
    Fantastic Four; Captain America
  10. 9. The Way We Wuz
  11. 10. Clash of the Titans
    Thor; Spider-Man
  12. 11. Clash of the Titans Part II
    Spider-Man
  13. 12. House Party
    X-Men; Spider-Man; Thor; Iron Man; Fantastic Four
  14. 13. Twenty, Twently, 24 Hours to Go
    Captain America
  15. 14. Defenders Assemble!
    Defenders
  16. 15. 28 Smurfs Later
    Smurfs
  17. 16. Nobody Does it Vader
    Star Wars
  18. 17. My Big Fat Fat Wedding
    Spider-Man
  19. 18. The Daredevil's Advocate
    Daredevil
  20. 19. Beach Blanket Mego
  21. 20. Seder-Masochism
  22. 21. A Few Good Megos
    Spider-Man; Chips; Planet of the Apes; Fantastic Four; Avengers; X-Men; Defenders
  23. 22. Mr. Spidey Goes to Coruscant
    Star Wars
  24. 23. Get Smart!
    Hulk
  25. 24. The New Neighbors
    Spider-Man; Thor; Star Trek
  26. 25. A Real American Hero
    Star Wars; Iron Man; G.I. Joe
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