These two women were promoting a digital comic book/ collaborative concept album called The Future Prophecy.
It sounds like a sort-of fantasy/science fiction story in which music is used to save the world. It takes place in Toronto and stars real-life DJ Sara Simms (the one on the right).
It comes out September 2012.
This is Tita Suicide at the Suicide Girls booth. They were selling DVDs, comics, and trading cards featuring pictures from their site.
Tita Suicide was very nice, and as you can see from the picture, incredibly photogenic.
This guy was handing out posters at the EB Games booth. There was a constant mob, as they kept throwing free games and things out into the crowd around their booth. One time, I just happened to be walking by when they threw a game over the crown and it landed just in front of me; but before I knew what had happened, some fans dove on it.
This is Xander Star Design, which sells what I would have to describe as post apocalyptic costume accessories, including gas masks and goggles with hoses in them.
Electronics manufacturer LG had the largest booth at Fan Expo, and an army of women in matching dresses that remind me of Korean army uniforms (the good Korea, not the other one).
These guys were promoting their superhero comedy web-series Tights and Fights.
This woman was promoting a horror film called Mr. Viral, which takes place in the world of viral marketing.
This woman was at the booth for author Lyle Blackburn, who wrote The Beast of Boggy Creek.
Alan Tudyk of Firefly and Dollhouse signing autographs. Most of the guests were charging $40 for them.
Anchor Bay had a zombie makeup station set up to promote The Walking Dead and a film called A Little Bit Zombie. That’s the nice thing about a trend, you can do one thing to market a bunch of things at once.