The Fandom’s C2E2 Recap

The Fandom spent the weekend at C2E2, the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo.

From crowning the World Champion of Cosplay to hosting Nerd Speed Dating and panels, C2E2 kept fans and artists busy. The convention’s vast Artist Alley was consistently crowded with eager fans, and the show’s photo ops included stars such as the iconic Stan Lee.

During a Stranger Things panel, Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) spoke about her fun-filled relationships with her cast mates. She (adorably!) mentioned that Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) is one of the only people who can really make her laugh!

On Saturday night, fans watched as Okkido Cosplay won the Crown Championships of Cosplay 2017 as Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor. Outside of the competition, the whole expo was full of amazing cosplays! Take a look at some of the pictures below.

 

Did you have a chance to attend C2E2 this year? Let us know your dream convention in the comments! 

The Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo – also known as C2E2 – is the largest pop culture convention in the Midwest, spanning the latest and greatest from the world of comics, movies, television, toys, anime, manga and video games. From a Show Floor packed with hundreds of Exhibitors and Artist Alley members, to Panels, Autograph Sessions and screening rooms featuring sneak peeks at upcoming films and television shows, C2E2 gives Fans a chance to interact with their favorite Creators and Celebrities and delivers a weekend of pop culture and fandom in downtown Chicago. This year’s show features top exhibitors and blockbuster talent from all different realms of the pop culture universe including Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo and Finn Wolfhard, Mike Colter from Luke Cage, The Walking Dead’s Michael Cudlitz, Marvel legend Stan Lee and others. C2E2 is also home to the C2E2 Crown Championships of Cosplay, the world’s biggest and most prestigious costume contest with a $10,000 prize.

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