On behalf of Power Morphicon, our staff, and all of our incredible guests, we want to thank you for attending this year’s event on August 17 – 19, 2018 at the Anaheim Convention Center.
It was our biggest year yet as Power Morphicon and the Power Rangers legacy continues to grow and expand. We moved into a much larger exhibit space, with more guests, more exclusives, and more panels and events than ever before, and smashed our previous attendance records, all thanks to you, our valued attendees!
As with all events of this scope, there were some challenges and growing pains. Our New registration system crashed on the day of registration, leaving us to scramble to come up with an alternate registration using the older regonline system. That way however at the event to check in attendees was not efficient . This led to some long lines and several hour waits for some attendees, and we thank each and every one of you for your patience and understanding. We know you were all excited to get in and begin enjoying the show, and our staff did it’s best to get everyone checked in as quickly as possible despite the last minute changes. The feedback you gave us, as well as the experience of several new members of our staff, will allow us to anticipate these hiccups for future shows, and add some processes to better deal with these sorts of challenges.
Again, we thank everyone who came out to Power Morphicon and look forward to continuing to entertain you in the future!

ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA: Just announced at the Official Power Morphicon Convention, a BRAND-NEW traveling version of Power Morphicon called POWER MORPHICON EXPRESS will be hitting the road. It will take the fun and excitement of the original Power Morphicon Convention and bring the largest official Power Rangers fan convention to life in a collection of new cities.

Power Morphicon Convention is the biggest and only officially recognized Power Rangers fan convention in the world since 2007. It has been led by veteran convention and show runner Scott Zillner since its second expo in 2010. Now after six explosively successful shows, Power Morphicon Convention is ready to take the express route.

Jason David Frank, best know as Tommy Oliver (the original Green Ranger and most popular and active actor over the course of the show’s 25-year run), will lead the show across various cities, making sure that everyone has the opportunity to get in on the Power Rangers Convention fun and adventures. Just like the large-scale show which takes place every two years in Southern California, Power Morphicon Express will give fans the opportunity to meet a collection of their favorite Power Rangers actors, hear them speak in panels, buy incredible merchandise in the vendor hall, and see Power Rangers inspired art by local artists.

Power Morphicon Express will hit the road in 2019 with its first stop scheduled in Pasadena, Texas.

Power Morphicon Tickets!

Tickets will be available at the convention box office right across from ACC north Hall the brand new building where we are holding Power Morphicon.  Kids under 12 are free! Friday Saturday and sunday tickets are available at the door.






LOS ANGELES, CA (July 27th, 2018) – Q Pop and Power Morphicon Convention present The Power Morphicon: Mighty Morphin Power Ranger Art Show. Explore the world of the Power Ranger & Super Sentai , the Japanese (Tokusatsu ) & American superheroes that operate in teams of people and become more powerful wearing color coded costumes, signature weapons, / or color -coded skin-tight spandex suits and helmets with opaque visors.


The Super Sentai Series is produced by Toei Co., Ltd., Toei Agency and Bandai, and aired by TV Asahi. The series was originally created by Shotaro Ishinomori, known for his creation of Kamen Rider and Cyborg 009. In 1993, American production company Saban Entertainment turned 1992’s Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger into Mighty Morphin Power Rangers for the Fox Kids programming block, combining the original Japanese action footage with new footage featuring American actors for the story sequences.




Friday, August 17th 4pm-9pm

Location: Anaheim Convention Center

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Friday August 17th 4pm-9pm,

Saturday August 18th  10am-6pm,

Sunday August 19th 10am-5pm



Aron Jean Shay
Bryan Wong
Cat Tuong Bui
Chris Marino
Chris Mitchell
Eddie Xu
Evon Freeman
Gabby Zapata
Jaime Ugarte
James Lien
Jon Lau
Jacky AutoKite
Kiernan Sjursen-Lien
Kyle Carozza
Larry Quach
Phillip Light
Riki Takaoka
Riyoko Iwamoto
Saera Hwang
Sam King
Soyeon Yoo
Soyun Park
Sunmin Inn
Yuki Mori
Zesung Kang


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Located in the Little Tokyo Mall at the corner of 2nd and San Pedro in the historic Little Tokyo area of downtown Los Angeles, Q2 hosts ongoing exhibitions and special events.


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