Eric Van Baars attending Power-Con 2017

Eric Van Baars portrayed Skeletor in the Masters of the Universe Power Tour.

Eric has been a theatre artist for over 30 years and is currently a faculty member of the School of Theatre and Dance at Kent State University, where he serves as Performance Area Coordinator.

Paul Dobson attending Power-Con 2017

Paul Dobson is a voice actor who provided the voices for Tri-Klops, Man-E-Faces, Snake Face, Trap Jaw, and Chief Carnivus in the Mike Young Productions He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon series on Cartoon Network.

He is best known as Naraku and Myoga from InuYasha, Doctor Doom from Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes, Juggernaut from X-Men Evolution, Happosai from Ranma ½, Enzo Matrix from ReBoot, Folken Fanel from the Ocean dub of Escaflowne, and Zarbon from the Ocean dub of Dragon Ball Z.

Paul Cleveland attending Power-Con 2017

Paul Cleveland was an engineer and Vice President of Marketing at Mattel during the original run of Masters of the Universe. Paul’s suggestion of a battle action waist became a staple in the production of the action figures and he was involved with the brand all the way through the live action motion picture.

Jeremy Padawer attending Power-Con 2017

Jeremy Padawer was the brand and marketing manager at Mattel who worked directly with the 2002 relaunch of Masters of the Universe.  He worked with not only the Four Horsemen but the fan community as well over the course of the brand.

Padawer is currently the Co-President of Wicked Cool Toys that produces products for such brands as Cabbage Patch Kids, Teddy Ruxpin, and WWE.

Cosplay Contest at Power-Con 2017

Power-Con 2017 wants to see you bring our favorite Masters of the Universe and Princess of Power characters to life. Are you ready to scare the masses with your Skeletor? Impress the audience with your She-Ra? We can’t wait to see everyone in their cosplay!

If you plan to attend the show in costume, we are hosting a contest for all cosplayers who dress as a Masters of the Universe or Princess of Power character, complete with cash prizes!

• One “Grand Prize Winner” will receive a prize package consisting of a check in the amount of $500.00.
• One “First Runner-Up” will receive a prize package consisting of a check in the amount of $250.00.
• One “Second Runner-Up” will receive a prize package consisting of a check in the amount of $125.00.
• Four “Honorable Mentions” will each receive a prize package consisting of a check in the amount of $25.00.

Contest guidelines:
• Entries must be characters from, or inspired by, Masters of the Universe and/or Princess of Power
• Contestants must report to the outside of the main panel room by 4:30pm Pacific Time on Saturday, September 9, 2017 to check in with the master of ceremonies.
• Following reporting and following MC instructions, Contestants must be present, lined up and organized for the contest in the main panel room on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 5:30pm Pacific Time.
• Contest will be judged by a panel of professional cosplayers and/or professional artists. Their decisions are final.
• Full information and details are found on our Cosplay Entry Form. Please download it today. Please print front-and-back if possible.
• The Cosplay Entry Form must be filled out and delivered to the Registration area at the convention on Saturday, September 9, 2017 before 3:00pm Pacific Time.

So if you love cosplay and plan to show off your costumes at Power-Con, be sure to start preparing today for the Power-Con Cosplay Contest! And if you know someone else who loves cosplay and would like to enter or would like to come to Power-Con to see the show, please spread the word. We hope to see you there this September 9th and 10th in Los Angeles, California! Be sure to purchase your tickets today.

James Eatock attending Power-Con 2017

Writer James “Busta Toons” Eatock worked on The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the UniverseHe-Man and the Masters of the Universe: A Complete Guide — the official guide to the Filmation He-Man and She-Ra cartoon series, and the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Character Guide and World Compendium, all published by Dark Horse Comics.

In addition to publishing his magazine cereal:geek, James runs the Official He-Man YouTube Channel, worked on the first BCI DVD releases of He-Man and She-Ra, and co-wrote an in-depth guide to the original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoon series for Mattel that was used in conjunction with the production of the Mike Young Productions cartoon series of the same name.

Chelsea Field attending Power-Con 2017

Chelsea Field is known to He-Man fans for her portrayal of Teela in the 1987 live action Masters of the Universe motion picture.

Ms. Fields has also appeared in countless television series including NCIS, Without A Trace, Cold Case, and Tales from the Crypt.

Note: Chelsea Field will be appearing on Saturday only; limited engagement.

Mythic Legions Power-Con 2017 debut!

From the desk of the Four Horsemen:
“Power Con – The He-Man and She-Ra Toy & Comic Book Experience is returning this year to Los Angeles, California September 9th & 10th, and the Four Horsemen will be there meeting fans, attending panels, and selling the first two figures from the upcoming wave of Mythic Legions!

The Store Horsemen pre-order for these two figures, along with the rest of the wave, will begin during San Diego Comic Con 2017, but you’ll actually be able to purchase and have these two in-hand months before the Store Horsemen pre-orders are shipped by buying them at Power Con!!

There will be a limited number of these two figures sold at Power Con, and there will be no Power Con pre-orders for this early bird shipment. You’ll have to be at Power Con in order to get your hands on these two months before the Store Horsemen pre-orders for them are shipped.

We’ll have more info on this as Power Con 2017 gets closer, but for now, check out the sneak preview of these two figures below!”

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Gus Park attending Power-Con 2017

Gus Park portrayed Ninjor and provided fight choreography work for the Masters of the Universe Power Tour that visited 35 cities, including venues coast to coast from Radio City Music Hall to the LA Sports Arena. Gus has now worked on various movies, TV shows, commercials, and music videos as an actor, stunt man, and grip.