From learning that Arrow star Manu Bennett once considered becoming a ballet dancer to finding out that Game of Thrones’ Kristian Nairn thinks nothing of Jon Snow, the celebrities at Toronto Comicon revealed many surprising tales.
Field Trip has announced the line-up for the 2018 event, including the recently reunited Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
The guest line-up for Toronto ComiCon continues to grow with several new additions including the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Kristy Swanson.
Toronto ComiCon senses that Star Trek: The Next Generation fans will be excited that Marina Sirtis has joined the guest line-up for the 2018 event.
Former child star and author Mara Wilson will bring a bit of magic to Toronto ComiCon’s 2018 guest line-up.
The guest line-up for Toronto ComiCon 2018 continues to grow with the additions of legendary Canadian actor Megan Follows and WWE superstar Glen Thomas Jacobs, better known as Kane.
Toronto ComiCon’s guest line-up continues to grow with the additions of X-Files star Mitch Pileggi as well as Canadian professional cosplayers.
Toronto/South African artist Zaki Ibrahim delivers on the promise of her 2012 Polaris Prize short-listed debut with a strong collection of retro-style songs.
Toronto ComiCon has added American actor Seth Gilliam to the growing list of guests for the 2018 event.
Toronto ComiCon has announced that Arrow star Manu Bennett has joined the guest line-up as well as comic book guests.
Game of Thrones fans will want to hold the door open on their schedule when they find out that Kristian Nairn has been added to Toronto ComiCon’s 2018 guest line-up.
Toronto ComiCon confirms Finnish actor Joonas Viljami Suotamo as the first guest for the 2018 event and he’s a real walking carpet!
Low Light is a promising effort from an artist who, after working in the background with other acts, is finally ready to make her own mark as a solo musician.