Laval (Qc), August 27, 2019 – The STL (Société de transport de Laval) is happy to join Laval Comiccon as the title partner by offering a free shuttle service to all visitors who wish to use public transportation. This shuttle service will run between Montmorency terminal to Place Sports Experts all weekend long, on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Furthermore, the STL will be giving away a free monthly pass to one lucky winner among those who come dressed up to Comiccon. To enter, visitors will have to take their picture at the designated area. Contest details will be published soon.
New attractions added to the program
In addition to the appearance of special guest Daniel Logan, a New-Zealand-born actor renowned for his role as young Boba Fett in the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, who will infuse the celebration with a dose of magic from a galaxy far, far away, guests such as The Estrada Sisters (cosplay), Valkyria (cosplay), Marco Rudy (comic book artist) and Dijibril Morisette (comic book artist) will also be there. For car enthusiasts, fans will have the chance to get a picture and come admire replicas of the Jurassic Park Jeep as well as the Mad Max Pursuit Interceptor.
About Laval Comiccon
Laval Comiccon will welcome visitors with a set-up of pure fun for the whole family, where over 200 exhibitors and specialized retailers will display a wonderland of collectibles and memorabilia, from coveted comic books to local and French BDs, rare toys, movies, and fantastic apparel. True to Comiccon tradition, fans will get a chance to mingle with entertainment celebrities, obtain autographs and pose for unforgettable pictures. Comiccon is an event dedicated to pop culture; it takes the form of a fan convention with multi-genre content, with focus on comic books, sci-fi, horror, manga/anime, toys, movies, video games and the broaden pop culture and entertainment worlds.
About the Société de transport de Laval (STL)
The STL develops and operates an integrated network consisting of buses, school transport, shared taxis, and paratransit transport, which together combine for 19 million trips per year. The STL’s regular bus network consists of 46 routes, some 2,700 stops and covers over 1,400 kilometres across the Laval territory. The STL is recognized among the most innovative public transit authorities in North America. www.stl.laval.qc.ca
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