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#1 2020-09-14 08:18:26

BrigetteDe
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From: Norway, Haugesund
Registered: 2020-09-14
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5 thoughts on “Madelman Cosmic”

Madelman Cosmic.
Madelman’s line of Mego-like 8-inch  sci-fi  action figures is one of the neatest toys you haven’t seen.
My father is from Spain, and as a kid I traveled abroad quite a bit and got to see a lot of toys that weren’t available or marketed in the States.
They are superficially similar to Mego’s 8 inch lines, but Madelman paid a lot more attention to detail on the outfits and  accessories  than did Mego, and produced figures in a much wider range of themes, covering everything from Safaris to the wild west and outer space.

The only bad thing about Madelman is that they break pretty easily

Given my enduring fascination with science fiction, .

The Cosmic line of figures was my favorite
Madelman produced both human space explorers

or “Astronave,” and some rather evil looking aliens.
Both came with some very cool weapons and  accessories .
Madelman also produced a ship, the “M7X Astronave” for the explorers to go exploring in.

Madelman also made a number of figures based on the 2001: Space Odyssey astronauts

Although also sci-fi themed, .

They were not a part of the Cosmic line

5 thoughts on “Madelman Cosmic”.

Eben Merrill                        February 6

2016 at 2:55 pm                               Hello.

Any idea on how to change the battery in Madelman’s M7X space ship

Thanks.

Reply                                    February 6

2016 at 5:28 pm                               No idea (I’ve never had one.) But…if you should ever take photos of the one you have and want to see them posted here…(hint hint.)        Reply                        Eben Merrill                        February 7, 2016 at 10:47 am                               I now believe the handle/,trigger is a dynamo or generator; by working this the juice goes to the bulb.
Now to find a  replacement  bulb and missiles.

I ‘ ll try and get pics of it on here……        Reply

Tina S.
January 2, 2017 at 1:32 pm                               Hi.
I have a  Madelman Astro Lander .
I cannot figure out the production date and I am unable to read anything on the box.
Lol.
Would you happen to have any info.
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Rob                        January 13.

2018 at 7:16 am                               I have a Madelman Cosmic Astronave M7X

recently rediscovered at my parents’ house.
It was a favourite toy when I was a kid.
There were no batteries, its a dynamo in the handle that makes the front light work.
Un fortunately  the missiles are also missing from mine.
I believe the production date was between 1978 and 1980.
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