Calling all He-Man and She-Ra fans, Power-Con is headed to Southern California on September 9-10, 2017. The show is taking place at the Torrance Marriott Redondo Beach hotel on 3635 Fashion Way in Torrance, CA.
Special guests attending the con include toy designer Joe Amaro, Zadoc Angell (co-creator of He-Man and She-Ra Episode Review Website), Nate Baertsch, Rudy Obrero and Axel Giménez (Masters of the Universe Classics), Forbes Candlish, Gus Park, Zack Hoffman, Eric Van Baars, and Jack and Leslie Wadsworth (Masters of the Universe Power Tour), Garry Chalk and Scott McNeil (New Adventures of He-Man), Cam Clarke, Brian Dobson, Michael Donovan, and Paul Dobson (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), Paul Cleveland (former Vice President of Marketing at Mattel), William Stout, Anthony De Longis, Meg Foster, and Chelsea Field (Masters of the Universe), James Eatock, Tim Seeley, and Steve Seeley (The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), Mark Ellis (former Director of Marketing for Mattel), Gérald Forton, Chris Weber, and Karen Willson (She-Ra Princess of Power), Leanne Hannah (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Minicomic Collection), Gabe Khouth and Dean Stefan (Masters of the Universe vs the SnakeMen), Jonboy Meyers (He-Man: Eternity War), Jeremy Padawer (former Marketing Manager at Mattel), Adam Tyner and Matt Ratzloff (He-Man.org), Connie Schurr (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe newspaper strips), Tony Washington (Masters of the Universe: Icons of Evil), sculptor Djordje Djokovic, Four Horsemen toy designers, film director Gary Goddard, and cosplayers Angela Bermúdez, Chogrin Muñoz, Ben Dickinson, and Trey Moore.
While Power-Con has released their guest list, they have chosen to keep their programming under wraps. At least for now. Visit their website in the weeks leading up to the convention for more information on what to expect.
The con is running Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM. One-day passes are $25 for either Saturday or Sunday, while a weekend pass is available for $40. Power Passes are available for $150, with children 12 and under admitted for free.
For more information on the upcoming con or to purchase tickets, visit www.thepower-con.com.