A Look at Comiccon Montreal’s Street Style

With its fifth edition being held at Palais des congrès from September 13 to 15, the Montreal Comiccon attracted over 42,000 visitors. Among them were superheroes, villains, Harry Potters, Jokers, weird rock monsters from who knows where, Catwomen, the mighty predator, and even Tony the Tiger carrying a giant spoon around for those frosted flakes.

Over the three days, fans got to meet a myriad of local and international celebrities, including Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), George Takei (Star Trek), Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones), Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings), Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk), professional wrestlers Mick Foley, Chris Jericho, Bret Hart, Maryse Ouellet and Kevin Nash, and a slew of other celebs that make nerds jolly. This edition also brought an upsurge of over 100 activities, including celebrity Q&As, panels, workshops, autograph sessions, photo ops, concerts, a video game zone (sponsored by Microplay), the Masquerade, celebrity ‘meet & greets’, film screenings and several special events.

But let’s get real; the attraction here for those of us that aren’t deeply engulfed or obsessed with the comic world was the costumes. It was like entering the land of comic OZ, and was it ever awesome. So we figured why not share with you the coolest, weirdest and creepiest Comiccon “street styles” we encountered over the weekend.

Ladies which one of these galactic bachelors do you want? We call Iron Man!

The Spider gang is here; how bad-ass is Dr. Octopus!?

A little flashback to Scorpion and Sub-Zero.

The two biggest “chick” magents at Comiccon.


This legit freaked us out.

Who’s counting down to the return of Game of Thrones!

Look at the teeth! No detail spared on this monstrosity.

A little more pg rated.

May the notable geek force be with you!

No comment.

No idea who these characters are but we’d party with them.

And to finish things off with the really weird.

Montreal Comiccon’s next edition will return to the Palais des congrès from September 12 to 14, 2014. Be sure to check out their website and Facebook over the coming months to receive all the latest news and updates!