|Genre||Comic books, science fiction, pop culture, gaming, anime, horror|
|Venue||Metro Toronto Convention Centre|
Hobbystar Marketing, Inc. (2001-2013)Informa Exhibitions (2013-present)
|Filing status||For profit|
Toronto ComiCon (currently stylized as Toronto ComiCon, previously as toronto ComiCON) is an annual comic book and pop culture convention held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre since 2001.
From 2001 to 2012, Hobbystar (who also ran Fan Expo Canada) held fall, spring, and winter one-day comic book conventions called the Toronto ComiCON at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. From 2004-2011, the spring event was referred to as the "Fan Appreciation Event" and included free admission held in conjunction with participating Toronto-area comic book stores such as the Silver Snail. Since 2007 the annual spring Toronto Comicon has been a multi-day event, in 2012 it expanded to incorporate the annual March Toronto AnimeCon (MTAC).
Beginning in 2012, the Toronto Comicon format underwent extensive restructuring has now become a three-day event that "[boasts] unique exhibitors, presentations, workshops and many celebrity guests."
|2004||February 29||May 2 (Fan Appreciation)||October|
|2005||February 6||April 22 (Fan Appreciation)||November 13|
|2006||February 5||April 23 (Fan Appreciation)||October 22|
|2007||February 4||April 13–15 (Fan Appreciation)||October 21|
|2008||February 3||April 12–13 (Fan Appreciation)||November 30|
|2009||February 1||April 18–19 (Fan Appreciation)||November 22|
|2010||February 28||June 5–6 (Fan Appreciation)||November 21|
|2011||February 1||April 9–10 (Fan Appreciation)||November 20|
|2012||TK||March 10–11||November 25|
|2013||TK||March 9–10||December 15|
|2014||----------------||March 7–9||December 14|
|2015||----------------||March 20–22||December 5|
|2016||----------------||March 18–20||To Be Announced||-|
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