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Tom Bryski exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Tom Bryski is a professional animator/illustrator from Chicago, Illinois. He currently leads a team of artists at WMS Gaming and has worked on a wide variety of licensed properties including Lord of the Rings, Marvel’s Iron Man, Beetlejuice, Universal Monsters, Star Trek, and James Bond. Tom has also illustrated for Disney Adventure Magazine and has done animation work with General Mills cereals. Tom will be offering prints, buttons, magnets, t-shirts, and original artwork.

The Lusty Horde performing at Power-Con 2017

LA improv comedy group The Lusty Horde joins Power-Con to present a special live Masters of the Universe improv comedy show. Based on your suggestions during the show, The Horde will create a hilarious, completely improvised adventure set in Eternia and beyond. This is an all-ages show. For over ten years, The Lusty Horde has been performing fully-improvised sci-fi fantasy adventure shows for audience across the globe. Combining the best (and worst) of popular culture, midnight movies, 80s cartoons, and schlocky horror, The Horde weaves a hilarious intergalactic tapestry of thrills and action unlike anything you’ve ever witnessed.

FauxPop Media exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

FauxPop Media will be screening the Power of Grayskull: The Definitive History of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe documentary at Power-Con 2017.

FauxPop Media is a Canadian company providing high-end, professional media production services and consulting for educational, social media, marketing and advertising campaigns and more. From TV-ready, top-tier commercials to long-form film and video, web series and targeted media projects across multiple platforms, FauxPop crafts projects from concept to broadcast, no matter the screen size.

FauxPop Media’s best known project is Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtlesreleased by Paramount Pictures, and which can be seen on Netflix. iTunes and HBO or purchased online and in stores wherever DVDs are sold.

Han Cholo exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Han Cholo is a jewelry company made for nerds by nerds. Brandon Schoolhouse and the team create some of the most unique jewelry pieces for major licenses like Voltron, Masters of the Universe, Universal Monsters and much more. Each and every piece of jewelry is created and designed with tons of thought to give it the authentic feel of whatever fandom it is being created for. Han Cholo always puts quality first and has been doing so since 2003 and it doesn’t look like they’re stopping anytime soon. Han Cholo will have some special reveals for Power-Con so don’t miss out!

Super7 exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Super7 currently produces the widely popular Masters of the Universe ClassicsUltimates, and Filmation adult collector action figures along with a variety of officially licensed He-Man and She-Ra merchandise!

In 2001, Super7 started as a magazine about vintage Japanese toys. Building off of their success with the magazine and early recolor toys, they opened their first store in the Japantown district of San Francisco in 2004 to carry not just their toys, but everything else that they wanted beyond the toys—t-shirts, posters, books and more. Along the way, Super7 began to develop more and more new vinyl figures and toy projects.

In 2016, they launched new ReAction Figures with characters from Masters of the Universe and Street Fighter. In addition, the M.U.S.C.L.E. line was expanded with Alien figures. As the year closed, Super7 also brought the ReAction Figure line back in-house and all design, manufacturing, and distribution for ReAction will be done by us moving forward. At the beginning of 2017, after 6 great years, the Super7 San Francisco store relocated from the Haight / Ashbury to the lively and bustling Mission District.

Steve Seeley attending Power-Con 2017

Steve Seeley is an artist and writer from the outskirts of Chicago, IL where he resides with his wife. An avid toy collector and keeper of pointless 80s action figure knowledge, Seeley was fortunate to write Dark Horse’s book “The Art of He-man and The Masters of the Universe” with his brother Tim Seeley.

Joe Amaro attending Power-Con 2017

Joe Amaro is a toy designer who is a key collaborator with the Four Horsemen’s work on the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. Amaro helped to design the highly anticipated Snake Mountain playset, as well as the Battle Ram, Wind Raider, Night Stalker, Talon Fighter, and Hover Robots. He was also part of a team effort to create and produce the modern Castle Grayskull.

Joe has worked in the graphic design field for over 20 years and in the toy industry for 15 years.

Cam Clarke attending Power-Con 2017

Cam Clarke is a talented voice actor who voiced He-Man and Prince Adam in the 2002 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe series from Mike Young Productions that ran on Cartoon Network.

Mr. Clarke is a prolific American voice actor and singer, well known for his work in animation and video games. Clarke is well known for providing the voices of Leonardo in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series and Shotaro Kaneda in the 1989 original English-dub of Akira. He often voices teenagers and other similarly young characters. He also voices Liquid Snake in the Metal Gear video game series.  Cam began his acting career  performing with his family on the musical variety show, The King Family. He continued to perform with his family on various TV specials until the 1980s when he got his first voice acting roles in the animated shows Snorks and Robotech. Clarke was taught by established voice actor Michael Bell.