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Notable events of 2007 in comics. See also List of years in comics.
- 1 Events
- 2 Deaths
- 3 Exhibitions and shows
- 4 Conventions
- 5 First issues by title
- 6 References
- January 10: Superman & Batman vs. Aliens & Predator released.
- January 24: The Boys is canceled with issue #6.
- February 2: Newsarama reports that The B
- oys has been picked up by Dynamite Entertainment.
- February 28: Release of 2000 AD prog #1526. This is the 30th anniversary issue and will see the start of three new storylines: Flesh (by Pat Mills and Ramon Sola), Nikolai Dante (by Robbie Morrison & Simon Fraser) and Savage (by Pat Mills and Charlie Adlard)
- The final issue of Cracked is published.
- With issue #215, Batman: Legends of theDark Knight is cancelled by DC.
- Webcomic Crying Macho Man is collected in a print edition
- March 7: Marvel Comics "kills" Captain America (US)
- March 21: Andy Diggle starts his run on Hellblazer with issue #230
- May 2: Weekly series 52 concludes.
- May 12: Bristol Comic Expo, start of two-day event
- May 23: British comic heroine Tank Girl returns after a twelve-year sojourn, with original writer Alan Martin on scripts and Australian penciler Ashley Wood on art. The four-part mini-series is called The Gifting and will be collected in time for Christmas
- July 25: The United States Postal Service released Marvel Superhero Stamps featuring Spider-Man, Wolverine, and other Marvel superheroes.
- August 11: Caption, start of two-day event
- August 14: Tokyopop begins publishing Undertown.
- August 26: The final episode of Kudzu is published. Half a month earlier the creator
- died in a car accident.
- August 26: The final episode of Triple Take by Scott Nickel and Todd Clark is published. 
- September 8: London Film & Comic Con, start of two-day event.
- September 9: The final episode of Farley is published. Creator Phil Frank passes away on 12 September.
- October 10: The Best American series releases the second The Best American Comics publication. The collection is edited by Chris Ware and Anne Elizabeth Moore.
- October 20: The final episode of Posy Simmonds's Tamara Drewe is published.
- October 30: Zuda Comics, a webcomics imprint of DC Comics, launches.
- November 9: The Folger Shakespeare Library hosts Lynda Barry, Alison Bechdel, and Chris Ware in a discussion on graphic novels as a part of the PEN/Faulkner Reading Series.
- November 21: The first episode of Signe Wilkinson's Family Tree is published. It will run until 2011. 
- November 28: The graphic novel Cherubs! by Bryan Talbot is published by Desperado Publishing.
- December 11:Mike Le begins publishing the "Don't Forget To Validate Your Parking" webcomic.
- The final episode of Tumbleweeds is published.
- January 8: Drew Posada, American comic colorist and pin-up artist, passes away at age 37 from pancreatitis.
- February 8: Joe Edwards, American comics artist (Li'l Jinx), passes away at age 85. 
- February 18: Bob Oksner, American comics artist (Miss Cario Jones, made various TV-based comics, continued Dondi), dies at age 90. 
- March 3: Osvaldo Cavandoli, Italian animator and comics artist (La Linea), dies at age 87. 
- March 5: Yvan Delporte, Belgian editor-in chief of Spirou and comics writer, dies at age 78. 
- March 9: Hugo Leyers, aka Haschèl or Hug, Belgian comics artist (De Geschiedenis van Vlaanderen, De Geschiedenis van Nederland, Met De Neus & Co Op Stap), passes away at age 77. 
- March 12: Arnold Drake, American comics writer (It Rhymes with Lust, co-creator of the Doom Patrol and Deadman), dies at age 83.
- March 21: Drew Hayes, American comics artist and writer (Poison Elves), dies from a heart attack at age 37.
- March 24: Marshall Rogers, American comics artist (continued Batman, Silver Surfer, Wolverine and Doctor Strange), dies from a heart attack at age 57. 
- March 27: Boris Dimovski, Bulgarian comics artist (Once Upon A Time), passes away at age 81. 
- March 29: Leslie Waller, American comics artist (It Rhymes with Lust), dies at age 82.
- March 31: Massimo Belardinelli, Italian comics artist (Ace Trucking Co.), dies at age 68. 
- April 7: Johnny Hart, American comics artist (B.C., The Wizard of Id), dies at age 76. 
- April 15: Brant Parker, American comics artist (The Wizard of Id, Crock), dies at age 86 from a stroke. 
- April 21: Art Saaf, American comics artist (worked for Highlights for Children magazine and made various comics for DC Comics, Fiction House, Harvey Comics, Quality Comics and Standard Comics), dies at age 85. 
- June 7: Roger Armstrong, American comics artist (Disney comics, the Bugs Bunny newspaper comic strip, continued Napoleon and Uncle Elby and Little Lulu), passes away at age 89. 
- June 20: John Bernard Handelsman, British comics artist, cartoonist and illustrator (Freaky Fables), passes away at age 85. 
- June 22: Jeff Wilkinson, Australian comics artist (The Phantom Ranger, The Shadow, Kid Champion), dies at age 82. 
- June 24: Pil, Belgian cartoonist (Meneerke Peeters), dies at age 82. 
- June 28: Howie Schneider, American comics artist (Eek & Meek), dies at age 77 from complications from heart bypass surgery. 
- July 19: Roberto Fontanarrosa, aka El Negro, Argentine comics artist (Inodoro Pereyra, Boogie, el aceitoso), dies at age 62. 
- August 12: Mike Wieringo, American comics artist (DC Comics, co-creator of Tellos), dies at age 44. 
- Specific date unknown: August: Phil Gascoine, British comic book artist (The Sarge), dies at age 72-73. 
- September 6: George L. Crenshaw, American comics artist and cartoonist (Belvedere), dies at age 93.
- September 13: Phil Frank, American comics artist (Farley), dies at age 64 from a brain tumor.
- September 28: Jan van der Aa, aka Punt, Belgian painter, cartoonist and comics artist (De Perfesser), dies at age 80. 
- October 2: Richard Goldwater, American editor-in-chief of Archie Comics, dies of cancer at age 71.
- November 5: Paul Norris, American comics artist (co-creator of Aquaman, continued Brick Bradford), dies at age 93. 
- November 27: Donyo Donev, Bulgarian cartoonist, caricaturist, animator and comics artist (The Three Fools, Trimata Glupaci, Chetirmata Glupaci, Umno Selo), dies at age 81. 
- December 3: Eduard De Rop, Belgian comics artist (Studio Vandersteen), passes away at age 79. 
- December 9: Wayne Howard, American comics artist (Charlton Comics), dies at age 58. 
- December 14: Dave Gantz, American cartoonist, novelist and sculptor (Timely Comics), dies at c. age 85.
- December 23: Raphaël Carlo Marcello, also known as Ralph Marc, Italian comics artist (Docteur Justice, continued Le Cavalier Inconnu), dies at age 78. 
- December 27: Wim Meuldijk, Dutch TV writer and comics artist (Ketelbinkie, Sneeuwvlok de Eskimo), passes away at age 85. 
Specific date unknown
- Herbert Geldhof, aka Herbert, Belgian comics artist (Docteur Gladstone, worked on L'oncle Paul), dies at age 77 or 78. 
- Hui Guan-man, Chinese comics artist (Uncle Choi), dies at age 70. 
Exhibitions and shows
- March 4 – June 11: Museum of Modern Art (New York City) — "Comic Abstraction: Image-Breaking, Image-Making," an exhibition of fine artists who use the language of comics as the jumping-off point for their work
- April 21–August 19: Phoenix Art Museum (Phoenix, Arizona) — "UnInked: Paintings, Sculpture and Graphic Work by Five Cartoonists," featuring Kim Deitch, Jerry Moriarty, Gary Panter, Ron Regé Jr. and Seth; guest-curated by Chris Ware
- May–June: Jackson State University (Jackson, Mississippi) — "Other Heroes: African-American Comics, Creators, Characters, and Archetypes," curated by John Jennings and Damien Duffy
- January 19–20: Big Apple Comic Book Art, and Toy Show I (Penn Plaza Pavilion, New York City, USA) — guests include Seth Tobocman, James Romberger, Alex Maleev, Alex Saviuk, Arnold Drake, Mac McGill, Bill Sienkiewicz, Dan Slott, Danny Fingeroth, Dennis Calero, Dick Ayers, Fred Harper, Guy Dorian, Guy Gilchrist, Ian Dorian, Irwin Hasen, Ivan Brandon, Ivan Velez, Jamal Igle, Jim Kyle, Jennifer Camper, Jim Salicrup, Jim Sherman, Ken Gale, Mark Texeira, Mercy Van Vlack, Michael Avon Oeming, Rich Buckler, Sean Chen, and Tommy Castillo
- January 27–28: Phoenix Comicon (Mesa, Arizona) — 3,200 attendees; official guests: Shannon Denton, Crispin Freeman, Tiffany Grant, Matt Greenfield, M. Alice LeGrow, Angel Medina, Vic Mignogna, George Pérez, Jen Quick, and Amy Reeder Hadley
- February 16–18: MegaCon (Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, USA) — guests include David Finch, Darwyn Cooke, George Pérez, Andy Smith, Brian Pulido, Sean Astin, Lou Ferrigno, Virginia Hey, Bob May, David Hedison, and "Lois Lane" actresses Noel Neill and Margot Kidder (guests June Lockhart and Mark Goddard canceled)
- February 23–25: New York Comic-Con (Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York City, USA) — guest of honor: George Pérez; official guest: Peter David
- March 2–4: WonderCon (Moscone Center West, San Francisco, California, USA)
- March 3: STAPLE! (Red Oak Ballroom, Austin, Texas, USA) — guests: Dean Haspiel, Brian Keene, Danielle Corsetto, Jim Mahfood, Dave Crosland, and David Hopkins
- March 16–18: Wizard World Los Angeles (Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, California, USA)
- March 17: UK Web & Mini Comix Thing (London, UK)
- March 31–April 1: Emerald City ComiCon (Qwest Field Event Center, Seattle, Washington, USA) — 7,000 attendees; guests: Mark Bagley, David Mack, Terry Moore, Mike Oeming, Michael Golden, Gene Ha, Phil Hester, Ron Marz, Jim Lawson, Ande Parks, Joseph Michael Linsner, Chris Sprouse, Mark Waid, Peter Gross, Frank Cho, Brian Pulido, Brian Wood, Dexter Vines, Georges Jeanty, Eric Shanower, Adam Hughes, Brian Michael Bendis, Jim Woodring, Scott Kurtz, Jim Valentino, Peter Bagge, Darick Robertson, Steve Lieber, David Hahn, Matthew Clark, Jeff Parker, Ed Brubaker, Brian Reed, Kurt Busiek, Paul Chadwick, Tim Sale, Clayton Crain, Mike Grell, Andy Kuhn, Aaron Lopresti, Alex Maleev, Gail Simone, and Greg Rucka
- April 12–15: Coco Bulles (Culture Palace of Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire)
- April 13–15: Toronto ComiCON Fan Appreciation Event (Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- April 21–22: Alternative Press Expo (Concourse Exhibition Center, San Francisco, California, USA)
- April 21–22: Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo (S.P.A.C.E.) (Aladdin Shrine Center, Columbus, Ohio) — event expands to two days; special guest: Dave Sim
- April 27–29: Pittsburgh Comicon (Radisson Hotel Pittsburgh ExpoMart, Monroeville, Pennsylvania) — guests include George Pérez, Ron Frenz, Terry Moore, Amanda Conner, Mike Grell, Adam Hughes, Joe Jusko, Joseph Michael Linsner, and David W. Mack
- May 12–13: Comic Expo (British Empire & Commonwealth Exhibition Hall/Ramada Plaza Hotel, Bristol, UK) — guests include Kurt Busiek, Brian K Vaughan, Jeph Loeb, and Jean-Pierre Dionnet. Presentation of the Eagle Awards, hosted by Norman Lovett.
- May 17–18: East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (African American Museum in Philadelphia and Anderson Hall (Temple University), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) — guests include Dwayne McDuffie, Kyle Baker, and Taimak; presentation of the Glyph Comics Awards
- May 18–20: Motor City Comic Con (Rock Findancial Showplace, Novi, Michigan) — guests include BarBara Luna, Louis Gossett, Jr., and Lou Ferrigno
- June 1–3: Adventure Con (Knoxville Convention Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA) — first event held under the new ownership by Las Vegas Autographs, LLC. Guest of honor: Ethan Van Sciver; other guests include John Romita, Jr.
- June 8–-10: Toronto Comic Con (Direct Energy Centre, Hall C, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) — guests of honor: Michael Golden, Terry Moore, Marv Wolfman, and Matt Wagner
- June 15–17: Heroes Convention (Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA) — guests include Jim Amash, Robert Atkins, Kyle Baker, John Beatty, Christian Beranek, Mark Brooks, Nick Cardy, Richard Case, Johanna Draper Carlson, K. C. Carlson, C. B. Cebulski, Bernard Chang, Sean Chen, Cliff Chiang, Paul Conrad, Peter David, Rosario Dawson, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Tania del Rio, Todd Dezago, Dan Didio, Tony DiGerolamo, Colleen Doran, Dave Dorman, Tommy Lee Edwards, Michael Eury, Tom Feister, Ian Flynn, Matt Fraction, Francesco Francavilla, Robin Furth, Craig Gilmore, Dick Giordano, Michael Golden, Keron Grant, Cully Hamner, Scott Hampton, Tony Harris, Irwin Hasen, Jeremy Haun, Paul Hornschemeier, Adam Hughes, Jamal Igle, Mark Irwin, Georges Jeanty, Nat Jones, Rafael Kayanan, Barry Kitson, Erik Larsen, John Paul Leon, John Lucas, Heidi MacDonald, Jim Mahfood, Laura Martin, Nathan Massengill, Paul Maybury, Ed McGuinness, Bob McLeod, Joshua Middleton, Tony Moore, Steve Niles, Phil Noto, Jeff Parker, Jason Pearson, Brandon Peterson, Chris Pitzer, Eric Powell, Rick Remender, Andrew Robinson, Don Rosa, Craig Rousseau, Andy Runton, Chris Samnee, Alex Saviuk, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Simon, Chris Staros, Joe Staton, Karl Story, Ryan Stegman, Brian Stelfreeze, Arthur Suydam, Mark Texeira, Roy Thomas, Tim Townsend, Dean Trippe, Koi Turnbull, Chris Walker, Loston Wallace, Daniel Way, Mike Wieringo, Renée Witterstaetter, Ethan Van Sciver, Dexter Vines, Tracy Yardley, and Skottie Young
- June 15–17: Wizard World Philadelphia (Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
- June 23–24: Big Apple Comic Book Art, and Toy Show "Summer Sizzler" (Penn Plaza Pavilion, New York City, USA) — guests include Alan Kupperberg, Alex Niño, Alex Maleev, Cameron Stewart, Dan Fogel, Danny Fingeroth, Ernie Chan, Graig Weich, Guy Dorian, Ian Dorian, J. David Spurlock, Jay Lynch, Ken Kelly, Michael Golden, Michael Avon Oeming, Mitchell Breitweiser, Murphy Anderson, Neil Vokes, Paul Gulacy, Rags Morales, Rich Buckler, Rudy Nebres, Skip Williamson, Tommy Castillo, and Walt Simonson
- June 23–24: MoCCA Festival (Puck Building, New York City, USA)
- June 30–July 1: Dallas Comic Con ("DCC9") (Richardson Civic Center, Richardson, Texas) — guest of honor: Herb Trimpe; official guests: Billy Tan, Bill Willingham, Matthew Sturges, Kristian Donaldson, Brian Denham, Josh Howard, The Crow creator James O'Barr, Ben Dunn, Jamie Mendoza, Steve Irwin, Kez Wilson, Kenneth Smith, Cal Slayton, Baldo writer Hector Cantú, multiple Hugo-winning fan artist Brad W. Foster, and more
- July 26–29: Comic-Con International (San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California, USA) — 125,000 attendees; official guests: Sergio Aragonés, Alison Bechdel, Allen Bellman, Ray Bradbury, Dan Brereton, Daryl Cagle, Cecil Castellucci, Darwyn Cooke, Guy Delisle, Paul Dini, Roman Dirge, Cory Doctorow, Ann Eisner, Warren Ellis, Mark Evanier, Renee French, Gary Friedrich, Christos N. Gage, Neil Gaiman, Rick Geary, George Gladir, Laurell K. Hamilton, Gilbert Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Adam Hughes, Joe Jusko, Miriam Katin, Mel Keefer, Scott Kurtz, Joseph Michael Linsner, Joe Matt, David Morrell, Karen Palinko, Lily Renee Phillips, Mike Ploog, Paul Pope, George A. Romero, Rowena, Dave Stevens, J. Michael Straczynski, Ben Templesmith, Roy Thomas, Morrie Turner, Mark Verheiden, Matt Wagner, J. H. Williams III, Kent Williams, F. Paul Wilson, Brian Wood, and more.
- August 9–12: Wizard World Chicago (Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, Illinois, USA)
- August 11–12: CAPTION: "Dreams and Nightmares" (East Oxford Community Centre, Oxford, England, UK)
- August 18–19: Toronto Comic Arts Festival (Old Victoria College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- August 24–26: Fan Expo Canada (Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) — 43,738 attendees; guests include Adam West, Jonathan Frakes, Tricia Helfer, David Prowse, Malcolm McDowell, Robert Beltran, Dario Argento, Adrienne Barbeau, John Romita Jr. and John Romita Sr., Greg Pak, Olivier Coipel, Simone Bianchi, Paul Dini, Steve McNiven, David Finch (comics), Michael Turner, Frank Quitely, and Dale Eaglesham
- August 31–September 3: Dragon Con (Hyatt Regency Atlanta/Marriott Marquis/Atlanta Hilton, Atlanta, Georgia, USA) — 30,000+ attendees; guests include Lewis Gossett Jr., Tara McPherson, Erik Estrada, and the MythBusters build team
- September 1–2: London Film & Comic Con (London, UK)
- September 11–15: Jornadas de Cómic (Aviles, Spain)
- September 14–16: Comics Salon (Bratislava, Slovakia)
- September 15–16: Montreal Comiccon (Place Bonaventure, Montreal, Quebec, Canada) — 700 attendees
- September 29–30: Stumptown Comics Fest (Lloyd Center Doubletree, Portland, Oregon)
- October 12–13: Komikazen (Ravenna, Italy) — guest of honor is Ho Che Anderson
- October 12–13: Small Press Expo (Marriott Bethesda North Hotel & Conference Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA)
- October 27–28: Manitoba Comic Con (Victoria Inn, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) — guests include David Prowse, Richard Hatch, Margot Kidder
- November 16–18: Big Apple Comic Book Art, and Toy Show III (Penn Plaza Pavilion, New York City, USA) — guests include Adam Hughes, Alan Kupperberg, Alan Weiss, Alex Maleev, Alex Saviuk, Amanda Conner, Bernard Chang, William Tucci, Bob Hall, Bob Layton, Bob McLeod, Carmine Infantino, Chris Moreno, Darwyn Cooke, Dan Slott, Danny Fingeroth, Dennis Calero, Dick Ayers, Elayne Riggs, Frank Cho, Gary Friedrich, Graig Weich, Guy Dorian, Herb Trimpe, Ian Dorian, Irwin Hasen, Ivan Brandon, Joe Sinnott, Jim Steranko, John Romita, Sr, Jim Calafiore, Jimmy Palmiotti, Jim Salicrup, Ken Gale, Ken Kelly, Kim Deitch, Kyle Baker, Mark Bodé, Mark Evanier, Mark Texeira, Mercy Van Vlack, Michael Gaydos, Michael Golden, Michael Netzer, Neal Adams, Norm Breyfogle, Paolo Rivera, William Foster, III, Rich Buckler, Robin Riggs, Ron Garney, S. Clay Wilson, Sean Chen, Sergio Aragonés, Spain Rodriguez, Tim Sale, Tim Vigil, and Tom Feister
- November 16–18: Wizard World Texas (Arlington Convention Center, Dallas, Texas, USA) — guests include Dan Didio, Marc Silvestri, Adam Kubert, Bill Sienkiewicz, Arthur Sudyam, and Laura Vandervoort
- November 24–25: Mid-Ohio Con (Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio, USA)
First issues by title
- Release: by Rocket North Press. Writer and Artist: Boris Savic.
- Release: First issue was dated the first of March 2007, this comic was a monthly spinoff of the British comic The Beano.
- Kartun Benny & Mice: Jakarta Luar Dalem
- Release 2005. Writer: Benny Rachmadi Artist: Muhammad "Mice" Misrad
- Forge of War (6-issue mini-series)
- Release: May by Boom! Studios. Writers: Dan Abnett and Ian Edginton. Artist: Rahsan Ekedal.
- Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash (6-issue mini-series)
- Release: November by Wildstorm, Dynamite Entertainment. Writer: James Kuhoric Artist: Jason Craig
- Omega the Unknown
- Release: Early 2006 by Marvel Comics. Writer: Jonathan Lethem. Art by: Farel Dalrymple and colorist Paul Hornschemeier.
- Superman & Batman vs. Aliens & Predator (2-issue mini-series)
- Release: January 10 by DC Comics. Writer: Mark Schultz .Art by: Ariel Olivetti.
- "Scott Nickel". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Past Seasons". Folger Shakespeare Library. Archived from the original on 2009-09-16. Retrieved 2009-09-12.
- "Joe Edwards". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Bob Oksner". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Osvaldo Cavandoli". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Yvan Delporte". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Hugo Leyers". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Marshall Rogers". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Massimo Belardinelli". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Johnny Hart". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Brant Parker". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Art Saaf". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "John Bernard Handelsman". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Jeff Wilkinson". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Pil". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Howie Schneider". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Roberto Fontanarrosa". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Mike Wieringo". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Phil Gascoine". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "George Crenshaw". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Phil Frank". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Jan van der Aa". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- Richard Goldwater Obituary (paid death notice), New York Times (Oct. 7, 2007).
- "Paul Norris". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Eduard De Rop". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Wayne Howard". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Wim Meuldijk". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- "Hui Guan-man". lambiek.net. Retrieved 7 April 2018.
- Phxart.com Archived March 11, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
- Hanrahan, Kathy. "Exhibit explores racial images in comic books," Deseret News (4 May 2007), p. C01.
- Machosky, Michael. "Artists, writers, fans unite for 3 days of comics culture," Pittsburgh Tribune (26 Apr 2007).
- Maida, Jerome. "They're drawn to Philly: East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention meets here this weekend," Philadelphia Daily News (18 May 2007), p. 53.
- Frankenhoff, Brent. "Motor City Comic Con 2007: A quick travelogue," CBGXtra.com (May 18, 2007).
- Price, Matthew. "Word Ballons: Wizard World brings comic book convention to the Southwest," The Oklahoman (09 Nov 2007).