This year comic con got overcrowded with thousands of comic book fans gathering at Montreal’s Palais des congrès. With the presence of returning Sir Patrick Steward and newcomer Arrow’s Stephen Amell, the crowed got wild by overfilling the aisles, trying to grab pictures of the celebrities. With the presence of the actor who plays the emerald archer, Green Arrow cosplays were this year’s popular character choice. A fan was also holding a pole with the actor’s face enlarged.
You can view the video of the event on our YouTube Channel Whatsupmtl. And a complete alternative 10 minute version on Television, on Bell Local channel 1217 for Bell Fibe subscribers.
Will you be at Comic Con this year?
Montreal is such a beautiful city don’t you agree?
Under consideration for FNoMTL’s new tag line
Who the fuck made this city? WHO MADE THIS CITYYY?
You have to wonder, though, if the idea of traffic (and people going to work) at 6 a.m. is really such a strange concept in any major city except Montreal.
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Feeling Uncomfortable Dating in Montreal. Has someone ever done this to you?
What’s Up Montreal? is doing their second round of Montreal Urban Race which will happen on September 27 2014 and be televised.
Did you always want to be on TV?
Teaming up with Bell Local Montreal, Montreal Urban Race will be televised for the 1st time.
Winners will win an iPad air + other awesome consolation prizes (participants also get a consolation prize).
All the information can be found on http://www.whatsupmtl.ca/#!montreal-urban-race/ccj5
Deadline to register is Friday September 5 2014.
Good Luck to you all
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Montréal’s got a pretty solid reputation as a veritable alcoholic’s paradise with the history to boot (Quebec was spared prohibition a century ago unlike the rest of North America due to prohibition’s overwhelming unpopularity here). And like the rest of Canada, Montrealers have a love of beer and healthy appetite for beer. In the new century, this love took on a more devoted, personalized form…