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Rare items at auction to support Power-Con: Walking Dead CGC, LEGO and more!
November 29, 2012 5:45 pm by JVS3

A number of great items are up for auction to help both Power-Con plan for their 2013 show as well as help the Keep a Child Alive organization. From their site:

"Power-Con is running a series of auctions to help raise money for next year’s show. This first batch of items is posted in time for those of you looking for some great holiday gifts.

Please click here to see our full listing on eBay!

We have items like Walking Dead CGC comics, rare Toy Fair LEGO exclusives, He-Man and ThunderCats scripts and more! Plus, a number of items were donated at this year’s convention. 50% of the winning bid on those items will go to the Keep A Child Aliveorganization. Power-Con raised almost 2800.00 this year alone for Keep A Child Alive thanks to your help. Please consider bidding in those auctions to support a worthy cause.

These auctions are coordinated by Fantastic Plastic Toys. They are an online retailer owned and operated by longtime He-Man.org moderator Mark Vasquez (markatisu). Their goal is provide hard to find toys at competitive prices. They specialize in Mattel’s Monster High line as well as being an Authorized Integrity Toys dealer for the 2012-2013 JEM and the Holograms line.

In 2012 Fantastic Plastic Toys faciliated a huge MOTUC Accessory and Temple of Darkness Sorceress Buying service that helped well over 400 fans acquire exclusive items from Power-Con. In addition to these auctions, they are currently donating all proceeds from their Power-Con Art Print sales to the Convention. In 2013-2014 they are working on releasing their own toyline called Mystical Warriors of the Ring.

We hope we can count on you for your support of Power-Con. Please consider bidding today!"



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