Mighty Max Returns With 30th Anniversary Dioramas!

It’s always a bit jarring to realize how long it’s been since your childhood favorites first came into existence. That’s certainly the case with Mighty Max, a franchise that’s been dormant for many years.

But now, it’s making a comeback! Mighty Max was a popular cartoon series and toy line that capitalized on the trend for miniaturized toys back in the early 1990s. The Mighty Max mini dioramas were right at home alongside other tiny toys like Polly Pocket, Micro Machines, and Monster in My Pocket.

PeariA has created four new dioramas to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Mighty Max, each with a similar gimmick to the original toys produced by Bluebird Toys and distributed by Mattel. Technically, there are only two dioramas, but each has a variant.

Luckily, the differences between them are significant enough to make each one truly unique. For example, the Snow Version of Hunting Rudolph has glow-in-the-dark paint, while the alternate hat diorama is molded in clear plastic.

The regular dioramas cost $19.99 each, while the variants are priced at $24.99. They’re expected to be available during the final quarter of 2023. They can be pre-ordered from the Big Bad Toy Store.

Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Mighty Max cartoon series with this new playset from Singular Point! Bouncing between various countries and timelines, this Mighty Max diorama features Max battling against one of his iconic foes.

For more on Mighty Max‘s history, check out the Secret Galaxy review below.

It has been a heck of a year for everything retro. More and more IPs from decades ago are returning in surprising ways. See our story on the new Toxic Crusaders game to see what we’re talking about.

Did you collect the Mighty Max playsets in the ’90s? Let us know in the comments section below.

[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]

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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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