The Complete TOYROOM PLAYSET Index

A groovy clearinghouse for your Toyroom playset needs…

For much of the last year, we’ve been covering The Toyroom’s superb Mego-style, 8-inch-scale playsets designed by customizing king Anthony Durso.

Well, Anthony’s done so many at this point, it made sense to publish this index so you check out every INSIDE LOOK we’ve provided so far here at 13th Dimension.

So dig this list — and the individual links to each piece. Ordering info is at the bottom of this post. (We’ll also be updating the list as time goes on.)

Far out.


Fortress of Solitude (Click here)

Daily Planet (Click here)

Lex Luthor’s Lair (Click here)


Batcave/Wayne Foundation (Click here)

The Joker’s Ha-Hacienda (Click here)

Arkham Asylum (Click here)


Batcave (Click here)

Stately Wayne Manor (Click here)

Batgirl Apartment and Changing Room (Click here)

United Underworld HQ (Click here)

The Penguin Submarine (Click here)

The Joker’s Ho-Ho Hideout (Click here)

The Hang Five from Surf’s Up! Joker’s Under! (Click here.)

The Riddler’s Hide-Out (Click here)

The Catwoman Catlair (Click here)

The Penguin’s Nest (Click here)

Mr. Freeze Frozen Fortress (Click here)


Paradise Island (Click here)

TV series IADC Headquarters (Click here)


Aquaman’s Aquacave (Click here)

Captain Marvel’s Rock of Eternity (Click here)

Green Lantern HQ on Oa (Click here)

The Classic Mego Hall of Justice Redux (Click here)

The JLA Satellite (Click here)

The JSA Brownstone (Click here)

The Secret Society of Super Villains Sinister Citadel (Click here)

The Super Friends Hall of Justice (Click here)

The Hall of Doom (Click here)

The Super Powers Hall of Justice (Click here)


The Green Goblin’s Lair (Click here)

The Fantastic Four’s Baxter Building Lab (Click here)

The Hulk Gamma Lab Hideaway (Click here)

Iron Man’s Armory (Click here)

The X-Men’s Danger Room (Click here)


Star Trek: “The Trouble With Tribbles” K-7 Space Station (Click here)

Star Trek: Mudd’s World (Click here)

Star Trek: The Animated Series Enterprise (Click here)

Captain Action Action Cave (Click here)

Scooby-Doo Haunted House (Click here)


Dark Shadows Crypt (Click here)

Monster Castle. Click here.


As I always feel compelled to point out, Anthony’s a 13th Dimension contributor but I don’t make anything from this. I just love showing it all off. Each set — including case, artwork and complete assembly — is $85 plus shipping. (The two cases in the 1966 Batcave set are sold separately, also at $85 plus shipping each.)

Contact or you can message Anthony, who also owns Retropolis Tees, through his website, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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