top of page
Rimax All 1000.png
Rimax All 1000.png
Rimax Carvajal Header TheMegoGuy.jpg
Colombia Flag.jpg
Rimax All 1000.png
Rimax All 1000.png
Rimax Carvajal produced Superman, Batman, Robin, and Aquaman for Mego in Colombia. They are very difficult to find. I purchased my set in 2020 from a seller in Colombia who listed them for sale on Facebook .

Pictured Above: 2020 Facebook Marketplace Photo

The figures arrived from Colombia wrapped in cellophane stuffed inside a cutoff plastic coke bottle inside a cardboard shipping box.

Pictured Above: How my set was shipped from Colombia

Rimax Carvajal (Colombian) Superman
The hands on the Colombian bodies are very brittle and often missing. The plastic crumbles apart. All four of my figures were missing their hands when they arrived from Colombia and had to be replaced.

Rimax Carvajal Superman

Pictured Above: Rimax Carvajal (Colombia) Superman

The Colombian figures are very similar to the Mexican figures produced by Lili Ledy.

Rimax and Ledy Superman.png

Pictured Above: Colombian Rimax Carvajal (Left) and Mexican Lili Ledy Superman (Right)

The Rimax Carvajal (Colombia) and Lili Ledy (Mexico) figures are very different, however, from the figures released by Basa in Peru.

Foreign Superman.png

Pictured Above: Colombian Rimax Carvajal (Left), Mexican Lili Ledy (Center), and Peruvian Basa Superman (Right)

Rimax Carvajal (Colombian) Batman
The material used for the shorts and vest on the Colombian figures is very different than the material used for the Lili Ledy (Mexican) figures. The Colombian material is softer and matted. The black material used for Batman and Aquaman's shorts tends to fade.
Rimax Batman 1000.png

Pictured Above: Rimax Carvajal (Colombia) Batman

Similar to late issue Lili Ledy (Mexican) figures, the Colombian figures have plastic belts. Whereas the Lili Ledy belts are a soft rubbery plastic, the Rimax Carvajal belts are hard plastic.

Pictured Above: Colombian Rimax Carvajal (Left) and Mexican Lili Ledy Batman (Right)

Foreign Batman.png

Pictured Above: Colombian Rimax Carvajal (Left), Mexican Lili Ledy (Center), and Peruvian Basa Batman (Right)

Rimax Carvajal (Colombian) Robin
Robin is the most unique of the four Colombian figures. Like the Lili Ledy (Mexican) Robin, he came with a green full body leotard underneath his red vest.
Carvajal Robin 1000.png

Pictured Above: Rimax Carvajal (Colombia) Robin

The Colombian (Rimax Carvajal) Robin came with green gloves and green boots, while the Mexican (Lili Ledy) Robin came with red gloves and red boots.

Pictured Above: Colombian Rimax Carvajal (Left) and Mexican Lili Ledy Robin (Right)

While the Peruvian (Basa) Robin also came with green boots, the Basa figure has green wristbands instead of gloves.
Foreign Robin.png

Pictured Above: Colombian Rimax Carvajal (Left), Mexican Lili Ledy (Center), and Peruvian Basa Robin (Right)

Rimax Carvajal (Colombian) Aquaman
In the U.S., all Aquaman packaging (window boxes and blister cards) was purple. In Colombia, Aquaman was issued in an orange window box!
Rimax Aquaman.png

Pictured Above: Rimax Carvajal (Colombia) Aquaman

Rimax and Ledy Aquaman.png

Pictured Above: Colombian Rimax Carvajal (Left) and Mexican Lili Ledy Aquaman (Right). Unlike Superman, Batman, and Robin, Aquaman was not produced in Peru by Basa.

bottom of page