Anime North continues to be the largest Fan run anime con in North America with over 30,000 people per year.
The name, CN Anime or CN Fan Expo, was change in 2006 to Fan Expo Canada. Fan Expo Canada remains the second largest comic con in North America. We've been taking photos since 2001 and look forward to each year.
From 2003 to 2011, Toronto ANime Con was run by Hobbystar twice a year. Once during March break (MTAC) and the other close to Christmas time(DTAC). It was also home to Cosplay Idol where contestants presented short skits.
Toronto Anime Con has since 2012 been merged into Toronto ComiCon.
Though the con ended for various reasons early, I still manage to get some good pictures and videos. Not to mention three FULL 4 komas from the talented people in the artist alley.
Being my first photoshoot that wasn't connected to a convention. It was a blast ...and a soaker as an afternoon thunderstorm hit.
From Zombie Walks to movie releases, various photo ops of these event can be found here.
Stan C. Reade Photoday was an event I attended every year. Sadly both Photoday and Stan C. Reade are no more. Still it was a great time and learned tons of stuff.