Q POP AND POWER MORPHICON CONVENTION PRESENT
THE POWER MORPHICON: MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGER EXHIBITON
LOS ANGELES, CA (July 27th, 2016) – 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.
MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGER & SUPER SENTAI COSTUMES ENCOURAGED!
Friday, August 12th 4pm-10pm
Location: Pasadena Convention Center
300 E. Green Street
Pasadena, CA 91101
Q pop’s website: http://qpopshop.com
EXHIBITION DATE & HOURS
August Friday 4pm-10pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 10am-5pm
Angela An, Aster Hung, Cat-Tuong Bui, Catherine Ho, Chase Conley, Chris Mitchell, David Alegre, Eastwood Wong, Eric Guan, Evon Freeman, Gabby Zapata, Grace Kim, Jaime Ugarte, Jamie Sutton, Jisoo Kim, Jocelyn Liang, Keiko Murayama, Kyle A Carrozza, Mariko Yamashin, Mark Taihei, Messy Pink, Naoshi, Nikolas Ilic, Phillip Light, Riyoko Iwamoto, Sylvia Liu, and more!!!
About QPop Shop and Q2 Gallery
QPop is your one stop destination for original art and art prints, unique artist-made goods, designer vinyl toys, and clothing and accessories. QPop focuses on Japanese and Asian pop culture and features works from some of the top artists working in the visual media industries.
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.
Phone: 213 687 7767