ComiCon Toronto 2016

Deadpool among popular themes at Toronto ComiCon this year!




Deadoool 'doodles' for guests

If you're still looking for a fun March Break and weekend activity, take the kids to ComiCon. The event is a 3 days extravaganza of everything comics, sci-fi, horror, anime, and gaming. Some 25,000 fans will turn up for the popular event held annually at the Toronto Convention Centre.

There's so much to see and do... The event features over 15,000 square feet with 500 exhibits featuring the latest gear, as well as exclusive and collectible merchandise. Guests can meet amazing artists, take photos with favourite characters, attend Q & A sessions and more. There are tons of opportunities to see costumed characters from popular shows and movies. Click here for a list of this year's attractions.

This year's special guests include the mind behind the popular ‘Deadpool’, Rob Liefeld; Harry Potter’s pure-blood patriarch, Jason Isaacs; the hottest half of the Firestorm matrix, Robbie Amell and Captain Picard’s “number one” man, Jonathan Frakes among other iconic guests.

Highlighted guests include:

• ROB LIEFELD (‘Deadpool’ creator)
• JASON ISAACS (Harry Potter films)
• ROBBIE AMELL (The Flash, The X-Files)
• JONATHAN FRAKES (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
• BRUCE GREENWOD (Star Trek & Star Trek Into Darkness)
• TOVAH FELDSHUH (The Walking Dead)
• KAREN ALLEN (Indiana Jones films)
• JOHN O’HURLEY (Seinfeld)
• WILL FRIEDLE (Boy Meets World)
• CASPER VAN DIEN (Starship Troopers)
• DINA MEYER (Starship Troopers)
• ERNIE HUDSON (Ghostbusters)

Kids can also attend a free Deadpool Plushie Building Pop-up workshop to make their own stuffed toy with a helpful pattern and instruction from an expert builder. We made one!

The event continues until Sunday, March 20 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, in Toronto. Tickets start at only $20 and kids are admitted Free with the purchase of an adult ticket. There's a limit of 2 free kids per adult and you can download a coupon from their website.

For more info visit: www.comicontoronto.com. If you missed out, bookmark FanExpo Toronto, taking place in early September.

Take a look out our snapshots:


A shopping haven for toy collectors.

Dragonball Z action figures.

Missing a comic, a book, toy or DVD? You may just find it at ComicCON.

Dr. Who / Sick Kids charity booth

A shopping haven for collectors.

Rob Liefeld, Deadpool creator.

Kids can attend a Deadpool Plushie making workshop.

Our Deadpool Plushie turned out rather well.

Deadpool 'doodles' for visitors.
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