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On our way to the Toronto ComiCon 2017

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(Toronto, March 13th. Yakuza Webzine) Winter hasn’t finished yet, but we still have reasons to rejoice! For the first time, Yakuza Webzine will be covering one of the most famous events in the north: the Toronto ComiCon, which will be held on 17, 18 and 19 of March in the Metro Toronto Convention Center, located in the city’s Downtown.

What we can expect?

On this Toronto ComiCon? A lot of Doctor Who, Star Trek, Star Wars, Comic’s artists showdown, panels and more. The full schedule is already avaible and most of the events inside the Con are quite PG, so all the family can go and enjoy the fun.

Overall, Friday is for the Trekkies and Star Wars fans: there would be a Q&A with Robert Picardo (Star Trek Voyager) and with Ray Park (Darth Maul in Star wars). Also there will be a show of stand-up comedy with the Dandies.

Saturday and Sunday are the juiciest days of the events. Doctor Who’s fans would have a lot of events to look up to, in particular the most youngs ones with the Junior Whovian Academy and an event called “Doctor Who’s genesis of the Daleks”.  For the Cosplayers out there would be workshops and exhibitions about wig’s styling and crafting. There will be a lot of Sketch Duels and Comics artis battles as well.

Also there will be special panels with special guests such as Tj Thyne y Michaela Colins (Bones), Nneka Myers (Chicas superpoderosas), Tini Howard (Rick and Morty) y Laurie Holden (The walking dead), among others. Also there will be a special event dedicated to Captain Canuk, the Canadian superhero (Besides Wolverine of course).

Last but not least, the event organization team confirmed the presence of E.K Johnston, who will be giving away autographs for his last contributions to the Star wars universe, his book called “Star Wars: Ahsoka”. So much to see, so little time!

How to get there?

The location of the event is pretty handy: it is in Downtown Toronto, very close to the CN Tower, the Rogers Center and the Air Canada Center, there are a few parkings where to leave your vehicle (but I bet they’re pretty expensive too). My suggestion would be to take go there by foot, as it is also very close to Union Station, point or arrivals and departures of most transport media, such as GO Train, Viva Train and TCC Buses and Subway.

How much is the tickets?

There are multiples alternatives that can adjust to everyone budget and time schedules. All the information is up on the Toronto’s Comicon official website.

Maria Caterina Bruciapaglia

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