Update on Non-Attendee 3-Pack orders & address changes

We wanted to give an update for everyone who is waiting for their Non-Attendee shipment. Per the original pre-order details, the exclusives are planned to ship within eight weeks after Power-Con ended. That means we hope to have them all shipped by Monday, November 6th if all goes to plan and there’s no delays at customs when the boat shipment arrives.

This applies to pre-orders through Power-Con, BigBadToyStore, and our two German outlets. Fortunately the figures are on the boat on their way here and hopefully they’ll arrive sooner than later! We’ll keep you all updated when we have more info on the status of the shipment, and thank you for your support and patience!

There’s a couple other things we wanted to bring up while we have a chance:
plastic hardness on the exclusives, and updating your shipping address.

Plastic hardness and parts swapping on the 3-Packs:
MOTU artist and designer Nate Baertsch has posted a very helpful part-swapping guide for those of you who have or will soon be getting your Power-Con exclusive 3-packs. This is a new factory and the plastic ended up being a touch too hard which makes the head and weapon removal a bit more difficult.
That’s being improved for the next MOTUC releases from Super7. In the meantime, Nate has a guide on how to swap out the parts on these exclusives to help make things a bit easier for you with the figures!
Click here to read his guide on the He-Man.Org forums.

Updating your shipping address:
So what if you need to update your shipping address for your Power-Con exclusives?
You can contact us via our About & Contact page to add a shipping address if it differs from your billing address, or to update your existing shipping address. Please be sure to include your first and last name, and your order number when you send us your different shipping address. Click here to contact us.
The last day to submit a shipping address update will be Friday, September 29th. No more updates will be accepted after that!

What to expect from lines and check-in at Power-Con

Some have asked what to expect from lines this weekend. So we have some info to help you prepare:

  • Pre-ordering just guarantees you a pass (for example, weekend passes that were online only). Your pass(es) need to be claimed at Registration.
  • To check-in, you need your pass barcode(s) and a photo ID (driver’s license or passport). The ID must match a name on the pass order.
  • There’s just one line for everyone coming to Registration, but it moves fairly quickly as we have several people checking in Attendees. By noon on Saturday, we tend to have the line cleared and it doesn’t get too deep after that.
  • Once you have your pass, there is a second line for people with passes waiting to get into the show when it opens at 10am. After 10am when the show opens and the line clears for those waiting to get in, those of you still in the Registration line will be able to go directly into the convention after checking in at Registration.
  • If you are looking to get into the convention first thing at 10am on Saturday, we strongly recommend coming at 8am when Registration opens so you can get your pass(es) then get into the entrance line.
  • Please click here to see an overhead view of the hotel. It shows where Registration is located, the direction that the check-in line forms, and also where the Marriott parking deck is located. Please see our Info & FAQ to learn more about parking prices and how to get the convention discount.
  • We have an early check-in Friday night from 6pm to 8pm. If you are staying at the hotel, or are in the area and want to get a jump start on Saturday, you can come by and get your pre-orders then, and also buy Saturday passes.
  • Sunday passes will not be on sale until Sunday morning at 9am. Please do not ask to purchase these Saturday or during early Registration on Friday night.

We look forward to seeing you at the show!

Planetxtoys exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Scott Zillner is a world renown toy collector and has been a vendor since the age of fourteen. On top of that, he is also an accomplished toy prototype painter and has made several TV appearances for his love of toys. He will be bringing lots of vintage toys to the show as well as original toy artwork and prototypes. You won’t want to miss his booth.

Animation Ink Archive exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Animation Ink Archive is one of the world’s largest dealers in original production animation art and movie props. With over sixteen million cels, drawings, backgrounds and concept art they own the largest private collection in the world! In our collection, they have the archive of Filmation Studios inducing its art, sheet music, letters and even its 35mm projector they would screen the shows on.

 

Turbines To Speed Comics and Toys exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Turbines To Speed Comics and Toys will proudly return to Power-Con from their home in North Carolina with a wide range of vintage and modern action figures, comics, and related merchandise. This will include many Masters of the Universe and Princess of Power collectibles from the ’80s to current, along with other toys and fun stuff from the same neighborhood

BobaKhan Toys and Collectibles exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

BobaKhan Toys is out of Everett, Washington, north of Seattle, and is the Pacific Northwest’s premier destination for action figures, vintage to present day toys and collectibles, as well as older comics & video games. They specialize in 80’s goodness – He-Man, She-Ra, TMNT and Thundercats, as well as Star Wars and other entertainment related merchandise.

Santiago Salvador exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Santiago Salvador is an LA artist, musician, gamer, creator, Masters of the Universe fan. He will have on display and for sale vintage, 200x, Classics, and Loyal Subjects MOTU, including some unique and strange customs. There will also be some rare Eternian Artifact Jewelry and more you’re not going to want to miss! Come check it out!

Johnny’s Perfect Costumes exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Johnny Bilson replicates the costumes, armor, and weapons of the Masters of the Universe characters with outstanding accuracy and attention to detail. He has played Tri-Klops in several fan-films including Daniel Benedict’s Fall of Grayskull, for which Johnny also made many of the costumes and choreographed the fighting. He has recently directed his first short film, The Lost, which ties into another 80s classic, The Lost Boys, and has plans for many new adventures of various 80s icons.

Mike’s Toys exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

Long time toy addict and accumulator of awesome toys from the 1980s and their modern counterparts! Mike’s Toys usually have awesome deals on He-Man, Thundercats, Star Wars, GI Joe, Transformers and somewhat newer Japanese imports plus numerous other toy and collectible lines. For 2017 they are going big with triple the space from last Power-Con.

Resin Warriors Of The Universe exhibiting at Power-Con 2017

A band of resin toy artists come together to rule the universe for one event only! One of a kind and very limited edition run designer toys available by the biggest names in the underground art toy scene. Scott “Barbarian Rage” Cherry, Tim “ETC Toys” Harrison, Viktor “Viktors Vintage” Sigursveinsson, Dov “DKE Toys” and so many more from the Mightiest Toy Warriors In The Universe! Feel the power ripple from here to eternity by joining us in the realm of Designer Toys!