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Dylan Delmo, 18, from St. Catherines, right, partially dresses as Sif from Thor, holds a camera for Leah Lauersen, 23, of Kingston, while she fixes her make-up for the character Mystique from X-men at the 2014 FanExpo Canada at the Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario on August 31, 2014.

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Nicolle van Velden, 16, from Owen Sound, dressed as a female Joker from Batman at the 2014 FanExpo Canada.

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A Rabbid, from Rabbid's Invasion, poses for a photo with someone's child at the 2014 FanExpo Canada at the Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario on August 31, 2014.

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Five-year old Joseph, wearing Yoda ears, gets a lift from his dad, Richard Betel at the 2014 FanExpo Canada at the Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario on August 31, 2014.

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Six-year old Gabby, 6, dressed as a pink Power Ranger, waits for dad to make a call during their visit to the 2014 FanExpo Canada at the Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario on August 31, 2014.

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Caele Page, 13, from Brantford, dressed as Gamzee from the web comic Homestuck, at the 2014 FanExpo Canada at the Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario on August 31, 2014.

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Kelly Kim, 27, from Richmond Hill, left, and Dan Tran, 23, of Markham, are Caitlyn and Striker Ezreal respectively, from League of Legends.

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Keri Foley, 27, and Robby Charming, 31, right, both from Trenton, Ontario, are dressed as Harlequinn and The Joker respectively, from Batman Universe.

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Ryan Seifried, 21, from Guelph is dressed as No Face from the anime series Spirited Away.

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Aaron Clemens, 27, from Hamilton, Ontario, dressed as Captain America, salutes as he walks past at the 2014 FanExpo Canada at the Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario on August 31, 2014.

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