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Funko Pop PMC Exclusive Black and Gold Megazord

We will have a limited amount available for Attendees and Non attendees. Blue memberships or higher pre orders avalible at Regonline Link

Shipping will be a separate amount and added in on the cost of the item for US shipping International shipping will be estimated.

We will have POP protectors for the POPs both online with your order and at the event.

Limited to one per paid membership

After the Pre orders we will have the remainder stock at the event in limited amounts each day at the PMC store

 

FAQs

I want a PMC Exclusive Black and Gold Megazord Pop! When can I buy it?

Starting Monday June 25th 2018 at 9:00am PST Power Morphicon will have a limited amount of pre-sales for both Non-Attending and Attending. Each PMC Exclusive Black and Gold Megazord POP will be $25.00, and Special Protectors for the POP will be $5.00 each. The rest will be available in set amounts along with remaining Lord Drakkon figures each day of the convention.

 

Where can I pre-order the PMC Exclusive Black and Gold Megazord POP?

It will be added to the Regonline system only. You will need to log into your account and add him while supplies last.  If you don’t have an account, you will need to have a PMC membership (Attending or Non-Attending) to buy any of the exclusives.

 

Is there a limit to how many can I buy?

Each Power Morphicon membership can buy one PMC Exclusive Black and Gold Megazord POP while supplies last. Remaining figures will be sold in limited numbers each day of the Power Morphicon Convention. Badges will be marked ‘No Exceptions’. Free 12 and Under Pink Ranger Child badges cannot buy the Black and Gold Megazord POP.

 

If I buy a membership does that guarantee that I can buy one?

No. You must add both a Power Morphicon membership and a Pop to your cart and proceed to Check Out. If you are charged for both and your payment goes through, You pick up your item at the show for attendee memberships. We will ship your Pop and any other merchandise purchased approximately one week after the convention for Non attendees memberships.

 

I have a Non-Attendee membership package; is it possible to order the PMC Exclusive POP?

You can add a PMC Exclusive Black and Gold Megazord POP to your non-attendee memberships

Blue level or above.

 

How can I buy a PMC Exclusive Black and Gold Megazord POP if I can’t make it to Power Morphicon?

You would need to buy a non-attending membership, Blue or higher, and add the Pop to that. Separate shipping charges apply to both the membership and Pop Figure and we cannot send both packages together.

 

I already ordered a Lord Drakkon figure and now I want the Black and Gold Pop Megazord, too. What would the extra shipping be?

Shipping rates are still being determined. International shipping rates are estimates only and subject to additional charges depending your home country.

 

Why can’t you ship items together?

Items are pre-boxed for ease of Shipping & Handling plus price calculation and therefore cannot be combined. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.

 

What If I buy a protector with the Pop for Non-Attending?

Your Pop Figurine will be placed in the protector prior to shipping.

 

Why is my Non-attending POP $40 and not $25 like the attending packages?

Attending memberships pick up there POP at the event it is $25.00 plus CA tax.

Non-attending Memberships pay $25.00 plus shipping $15. For a total of $40.00 no CA tax

 

April Fools Never trust the internet on April 1st people 

Pasadena, Calif. (April 1, 2018) – Power Morphicon is proud to announce it will transition it’s bi yearly event to a weekly convention model starting in 2019.

“The last few years have seen us grow in leaps and bounds,” said Scott Zillner, promoter of Power Morphicon and it’s sister shows, Japan World Heroes and Robo Toy Fest. “But we’ve consistently been asked why the show is held every other year in Pasadena. Many fans have expressed how much they’d love to attend, but they simply aren’t able to make the trip for a variety of reasons. Accordingly, we’ve decided to make Power Morphicon a weekly event that will travel the country, visiting a new town each week!”

As for what cities will be on the 2019 fifty-two week schedule, Zillner offered a rather unique method for determining that as well. “We’re going to have a week-long poll on the website, Zillner offered. “Fans will be able to log in and vote on which cities they’d like to see the tour visit. The 52 cities that get the most votes will make up the 2019 tour.”

As of press time, the website poll was scheduled to go live on Monday, April 2nd, at 8 a.m. pst.

Power Morphicon 2019