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Report On: FanExpo 2015

FanExpo is a behemoth of a convention, stomping into the city like a four-day rampage sucking energy and money from everybody who can explain to you the difference between the Avengers and Guardians Of The Galaxy. FanExpo 2015 lasted from September 3rd to the 6th, at the Metro  Toronto Convention …

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The Prototype Episode 61: X15

http://www.shows.thisweekingeek.net/NewPrototypeEP061.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 57:52 — 53.2MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSPew pew pew! *Chainsaw revving* Oh no! Blam! Kaboom! Whooooo! A write up for The Prototype? But.. but gears of war! Fine.. This time on The Prototype! Jaime and Mike go to …

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Report on TFcon 2015

There’s a lot of Transformers fans who need a convention and aren’t satisfied by the official convention, Botcon, so to sate the fandom hunger there’s TFcon. This year’s TFcon was held July 17-19, at the Delta Meadowvale conference center and a league of fans had their annual reunion for the sake of the …

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Report on: Botcon 2015

There’s a lot of excitement in Chicago with the Blackhawk’s recent Stanley Cup victory. But fifty miles away from the city, the small town of St. Charles hosted this year’s BotCon, America’s official Transformers convention. Everybody who can name over 100 Decepticons prepares for a next-level fandom experience meeting each …

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Report on: Anime North 2015

Anime North is annually held at the Toronto Congress Centre and a hefty handful of surrounding hotels. It’s an unstoppable hurricane of a convention that marks the start of the summer (which ends with FanExpo). Thousands upon thousands of people pre-register, book their hotels, prepare their costumes, their wallets, and ready their …

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Report on: TCAF 2015

Ignoring what the movies say about the comic industry and superheroes, the actual comics community is made of art-school students and the self-taught enthusiasts who just see comics as a way to connect their minds to people. The Toronto Comics Art Festival is for fans of the comics that defy …

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