Manitoba Comic Con


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SHOW HOURS
SAT 10AM – 6PM
SUN 11AM – 5PM

FEATURED AT MANITOBA COMIC CON

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Smallville,

Mack was born in Germany but moved with her family to Long Beach, California, when she was 2. She began acting at 4 with print work and commercials, and began studying at The Young Actors Space in Los Angeles when she was 7. She is still currently attending classes there in improvisation and scene study. Before joining the cast of Smallville (2001), Allison starred in the short-lived and sorely under-rated Fox television comedy Opposite Sex (2000). Prior to that, she was a regular on Hiller and Diller (1997), working alongside great talents such as Richard Lewis, Kevin Nealon, and Eugene Levy. Allison has also guest-starred in the WB family drama 7th Heaven (1996) as a teenager caught up in the “cutting” trend.

Mack has starred in many movies for television, including the cable film My Horrible Year! (2001), which was directed by Eric Stoltz and starring Karen Allen, Mimi Rogers, and Stoltz himself. She was also in A Private Matter (1992) with Sissy Spacek and Aidan Quinn, Living a Lie (1991) with Peter Coyote and Jill Eikenberry, Unlikely Angel (1996) with Dolly Parton and Roddy McDowall, and Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (1996) starring Mary Tyler Moore and Linda Lavin. Allison is also an accomplished dancer and singer and she currently living in Los Angeles. She enjoys reading, going to movies and plays and spending time with her friends and family.

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Licensed Stormtrooper Camaro

It’s a 2016 Camaro RS that Davis Simpkins and executive customs have built and transformed into the Stormaro. We applied to Disney and received licensing for the car from Lucas Arts. We will have many new features done in time for comicon for those that have seen the car at local car shows.

DestinyNikelsen
Cosplayer

Destiny is a world renowned cosplayer most well-known for her iconic Harley Quinn costume from “Injustice: Gods Among Us”. She was raised on classic sci-fi movies, anime, and fantasy, and has been gaming since she could hold a controller.

Her mother taught her how to sew at age six and she was instantly hooked, beginning a lifetime of costume building and crafting influenced by the things she loves most. She has been costuming at conventions since 2003, and has made a name for herself in the community where she is now well known. She has been invited to conventions across the United States, Mexico, Europe and Canada. She has competed in craftsmanship contests and has won various awards at the master level. Destiny has made over 100 costumes to date! She makes all her own props, costumes, and accessories and aims for costume accuracy above all else. She hopes through her love of the craft, enthusiasm, and hard work, she will inspire and be a good role model to others

She loves the challenges that cosplay presents, and the skills it requires, and feels that with each new costume she grows as an artist. In her spare time, if she isn’t gaming, Destiny loves to cook and bake; food is one of her passions. She is also a huge animal lover and enjoys caring for her cats, dog, and various reptiles.

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Spider-Man Themed Subaru

Born in the winter wonderland of Winnipeg, Manitoba comes the 2015 Subaru WRX known only as the WebslinginWRX. A collaboration of nerd meets gearhead by mixing one of Marvel Comics all time greatest heroes ‘SPIDER-MAN’ with quite possibly the greatest all wheel drive manufacturer, Subaru. With help from local shop talent EXECUTIVE CUSTOMS, A-Z ELECTRONICS, and SIGNMEISTER this idea has become a reality and non stop project.
So whether it be stickin to the city streets like a spider to a web or swinging through the prairie backroads, you can catch the WebslinginWRX swinging throughout the local of Winnipeg. So keep an eye out, The WebslinginWRX could be out on streets near you!

Manitoba Comic Con makes it’s glorious return to Winnipeg! Manitoba Comic Con was originally hosted in 2006 – 2008 before becoming Central Canada Comic Con. It is now replacing Central Canada Pop Culture Expo and will bring you a more intimate version of what Central Canada Comic Con brings you every Halloween weekend. Happening on April 1st & 2nd at RBC Convention Centre, we will bringing you more exhibitors, artists, guests, attractions, cosplayers and more! Stay tuned as we update you on everything you need to know!