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Cosplay at Toronto Fan Expo 2012
Toronto

The Justice League poses for the adoring and grateful citizens of planet Earth.

For nearly 15 years, Hobbystar Marketing has been hosting the Canada Fan Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre annually at the end of August.

One of the largest annual pop culture fan-based events in North America, Fan Expo has been paralelling and exceeding similar events hosted by both Creation Entertainment and the infamous WizardWorld Comic-Cons.

This interactive 360 panoramic photograph is one of the first ever of it's kind putting you in the centre of the regular impromtu assemblages of these costumed and dedicated fan-attendee photo-ops.

Copyright: Digitalproperties.ca - bryan groulx
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Subida: 27/08/2012
Actualizado: 03/07/2014
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Tags: superheroes; justice league; comic con; toronto; fan expo
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