Fan Expo Dallas

Fan Expo Dallas, previously known as Dallas Comic Con (or DCC for short), is a three-day speculative fiction, (including comic books and gaming)[2] fan convention held annually in the Dallas, Texas area. Larger in scale than the Dallas Fan Days events under the same management, Fan Expo Dallas focuses on comic book artists, writers, and publishers.[3][4] These events usually also feature question and answer sessions, a large dealers room, and autograph-signing with a number of famous comic and media guests.[5][6][7] The event is produced by Informa doing business as Fan Expo HQ.

Fan Expo Dallas
GenreSpeculative fiction
VenuePlano Centre (2002–2006)
Richardson Civic Center (2003–2010)
Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas (2011–2013)
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center (2014–19, 2021–)
Location(s)Dallas, Texas
CountryUnited States
InauguratedOctober 2002
Attendance50,000 (2014)[1]
Organized byComic Con /Informa Connect


In 2002, Ben Stevens, producer of the Sci-Fi Expo (1994–present), and Philip Wise, owner of and, brought on consultant Mark Walters (of the defunct Dallas Fantasy Fair, who had staged the Dallas Comic & Toy Fest from 2000 to 2002)[8] and produced the first Dallas Comic Con.[9] The show attracted 5,000 attendees.[8]

Starting with the October 2012 show, Dallas Comic Con expanded to three days.[8] C2 Ventures sold control of Dallas Comic Con, Sci-Fi Expo, and Fan Days to Informa in early 2014.[10]

There was no expo in 2020, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.[11]


To date, the Dallas Comic Con has been held at one of four locations. The first three locations were in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas. Early editions were held at the Plano Centre in Plano, Texas,[12] or the Richardson Civic Center in Richardson, Texas.[13][14] Beginning in May 2011, the event relocated to the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas. In May 2014, the Dallas Comic Con relocated to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas. Dallas Fan Days events remain at the Irving Convention Center.

Event history

Dates Convention Name Location Guests Notes
October 12–13, 2002 Dallas Comic ConPlano CentreDave Dorman, Greg, Tim Hildebrandt, Amanda Conner, Jim Daly, Nick Derington, Richard Dominguez, Ben Dunn, Steve Erwin, Kerry Gammill, Miles Gunter, Michael Lark, Jaime Mendoza, John Lucas, Joseph Michael, Terry Moore, Mark Murphy, Don Punchatz, Kelsey Shannon, Cal Slayton, Kenneth Smith, Dave Stevens, Carrie Fisher, Amy Allen, Rena Owen, Peter Mayhew, Ray Park, David Naughton, Jackson Bostwick, Linda Blair, Joanna Cameron, Brad Dourif, Ben Chapman, Traci Lords, Cynthia Rothrock, Butch Patrick, Glenn Shadix, Richard Hatch
April 5–6, 2003 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic Center[15]Tim Bradstreet, Adam Hughes, Dave Dorman, Frank Cho, Scott Kurtz, Kerry Gammill, Cal Slayton, Michael Lark, Zach Jensen, Tanya Roberts, Chase Masterson, Maud Adams, Anne Ramsay, David CarradineA collectible program book was produced with dual covers by artists Dave Dorman and Adam Hughes. "Celebrity Autograph Series" trading cards featuring Zachariah Jensen were distributed to promote this event. While the card is numbered "Promo 1", the line was dropped due to licensing issues, and this was the only such card issued.
October 25–26, 2003 Dallas Comic ConPlano CentreTim Bradstreet, Phil Noto, Adam Hughes, Scott Kurtz, John Lucas, Ben Dunn, Jaime Mendoza, Cal Slayton, Erik Reeves, Warwick Davis, Anthony Daniels, Dave Prowse, Rena Owen, Michonne Bourriague, Amy Allen, John Rhys-Davies, Sala Baker, David Hedison, Mercedes McNab, Brad Dourif, Jonathan Breck
October 23–24, 2004 Dallas Comic ConPlano Centre [16]Adam Hughes, Michael Lark, Greg Horn, Dan Brereton, Cal Slayton, Michael Jantze,[16] Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Orli Shoshan, Iyari Limon, Robia LaMorte, Peter Mayhew, John de Lancie, Kevin Conroy, Arleen SorkinA collectible program book was produced with dual covers by artists Adam Hughes and Dan Brereton. Activities at this event included a costume contest and a free screening of the motion picture Saw.
February 12–13, 2005 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic Center.[17]Bernie Wrightson, Tim Bradstreet, Steve Niles, Mark Brooks, Jaime Mendoza, Scott Kurtz, Todd Nauck, Raven Gregory, Cal Slayton, Brian Denham, Thomas Jane, Patricia Arquette, Sean Astin, David Anders[17]
October 15–16, 2005 Dallas Comic ConPlano Centre.[18]Mark Brooks, Ale Garza, Cliff Chiang, Rich Buckler, Terry Moore, Michael Lark, James O'Barr, Cal Slayton, Kerry Gammill, Jaime Mendoza, Cat Staggs, Cynthia Cummiens, David Hopkins, Ben Dunn, Hector Cantú, Carrie Fisher, Jonathan Frakes, Adam Baldwin, Kevin Sorbo, Peter Mayhew, Erin Gray, Donnie Dunagan, Marc Singer, Kane Hodder, Bill Johnson, Genie Francis, Bonnie Piesse, Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, Steve Sansweet, Paul Black, Fanboy Radio.A collectible program book was produced with dual covers by artists Mark Brooks and Terry Moore.
April 29–30, 2006 Dallas Comic ConPlano Centre.[19]Bernie Wrightson, Dave Dorman, Tony Harris, Howard Chaykin, Steve Niles, Norm Breyfogle, James O'Barr, Cal Slayton, Josh Howard, Jaime Mendoza, Tom Hodges, Cat Staggs, Kerry Gammill, Brian Denham, Ben Dunn, Kez Wilson, Jim Daly, David Hopkins, Brock Rizy, Tim Bradstreet, Thomas Jane, Gates McFadden, John Wesley Shipp, Doug Jones, Alan Ruck, Dwight Schultz, Sarah Douglas, Michael Gross, Jeremy Bulloch, James Hampton, Burton Gilliam, Karen AllenA collectible program book was produced with dual covers by artists Dave Dorman, Tom Hodges, and Cat Staggs.
October 28–29, 2006 Dallas Comic ConPlano Centre.[20]Brian Stelfreeze, Phil Noto, Paul Gulacy, Steve Rude, Mike Grell, Ron Frenz, Mark Brooks, Jaime Mendoza, Kerry Gammill, Steve Erwin, Kez Wilson, Tom Hodges, Cat Staggs, Cal Slayton, Ben Dunn, Amy Acker, Ron Glass, Lane Garrison, Jake Lloyd, Claudia Christian, Musetta Vander, Daniel Logan, Mark Goddard, Donnie Dunagan, Captain Lou Albano, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Team Brown Family, Team Wild Hanlons
June 30-July 1, 2007 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic CenterHerb Trimpe, Billy Tan, Bill Willingham, Matthew Sturges, Kristian Donaldson, Brian Denham, Josh Howard, James O'Barr, Ben Dunn, Jamie Mendoza, Steve Irwin, Kez Wilson, Kenneth Smith, Cal Slayton, Hector Cantú, Brad W. Foster, Kristy Swanson, Robert Beltran, Billy West, Mary Oyaya, James Hampton
January 12–13, 2008 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic CenterShawnee Smith, Ray Park, Missi Pyle, Tony DeZuniga, Harold LeDoux, Scott Kurtz, Kristian Donaldson, Nick Derington, Kristofer Straub, Cal Slayton, Brad W. Foster, James O'Barr, Bob Layton, Terry Moore, Steve Niles, Cully Hamner, Tim Bradstreet, Matt Sturges, Brian Denham, Sarah Wilkinson, David Hopkins, Jaime Mendoza, Cat Staggs, Scott Harben
April 5–6, 2008 Dallas Comic Con & Sci-Fi ExpoRichardson Civic CenterJeremy Bulloch, Kandyse McClure
October 25–26, 2008 Star Wars Fan Days IIPlano Centre.[21]
January 2009 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic Center
August 15–16, 2009 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic CenterBarry Bostwick, Dean Stockwell, James Hampton, Yancy Butler, René Auberjonois, Paul Smith, Steve Niles, Bill Sienkiewicz, J. Scott Campbell, Cal Slayton, Michael Hogan[22]
January 30–31, 2010 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic Center.[23]Adam West, Sean Patrick Flanery, Charisma Carpenter, Daniel Cudmore, Peter Mayhew, Anne Lockhart, Herb Jefferson Jr.,[24][25] Tim Sale, Adam Hughes, Todd Nauck, Brad W. Foster, Ben Dunn, Michael Golden, Harold LeDoux, Cal Slayton[26][27]
Harold LeDoux at the Dallas Comic Con in Richardson, Texas (January 30, 2010)
August 28–29, 2010 Dallas Comic ConRichardson Civic Center[28][29]Edward James Olmos, Luciana Carro, Alan Harris, Mike Edmonds, Lar Park Lincoln, Machete,[30][31] Keith Pollard, Adam Warren, Angel Medina, Pat Broderick, June Brigman, Roy Richardson, Kerry Gammill, Kez Wilson, Ben Dunn, Josh Howard, Joe Eisma, Steve Erwin, John Lucas, Brian Denham, Andre Mangum, David Hopkins, Cal Slayton, Richard Dominguez, Lawrence Reynolds, Anthony Tollin[7][31][32]
May 21–22, 2011 Dallas Comic ConIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[3]Leonard Nimoy, Carrie Fisher, Amanda Pays, John Wesley Shipp, Alexis Cruz, Thomas Jane, Todd Farmer, The Walking Dead, Stan Lee, John Romita Jr., Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Cal Slayton, Bernie Wrightson, Steve Niles, Tim Bradstreet, Rick Leonardi, Kerry Gammill, Todd Nauck, James O'Barr, Michael Lark.[33]
May 19–20, 2012 Stan Lee Presents Dallas Comic ConIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[3][34]Stan Lee, Neal Adams, George Pérez, Len Wein, Arthur Suydam, Jimmy Palmiotti, Cully Hamner, Brian Stelfreeze, Norm Breyfogle, Greg Horn, Mitch Breitweiser, Elizabeth Breitweiser, Alex Saviuk, Sam DeLarosa, Guo Jingxiong, Steve Erwin, Cal Slayton, Kristian Donaldson,[35] Patrick Stewart, John de Lancie, David Prowse, Jeremy Bulloch, Peter Mayhew, Adam West, Kevin Conroy, Burt Ward, Laura Vandervoort, Summer Glau, James Marsters, Anne Lockhart, Tim Taylor[34][36]
DCC logo used from 2012 until 2016 rebranding.
Organizers estimated the total attendance at 20,000 for the weekend.[9]
October 19–21, 2012,[37] Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las ColinasStan Lee, Bruce Campbell, Robert Englund, Tom Felton, Sean Astin[8]
May 17–19, 2013 Dallas Comic ConIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[3]
October 4–6, 2013 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las ColinasJohn Barrowman, Simon Bisley, John Heder[38]
May 16–18, 2014 Dallas Comic ConKay Bailey Hutchison Convention CenterNathan Fillion, William Shatner, Akira Takarada, Christopher Lloyd, Nightmare on Elm Street, Stan Lee, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, David Finch, Mark Bagley, J. Scott Campbell, Dan Slott, Nathan Fillion, Summer Glau, Adam Baldwin, Ron Glass, Sean Maher, Gina Torres, Jewel Staite, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, Marina Sirtis, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, John de Lancie, Denise Crosby, David Morrissey, Emily Kinney, Michael RookerFirst convention under the new ownership.
October 17–19, 2014 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[39]
February 7–8, 2015 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[40]
May 29–31, 2015 Fan Expo Presents Dallas Comic ConKay Bailey Hutchison Convention CenterRobin Lord Taylor, Carrie Fisher, Karen Gillan, Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Adam West, Burt Ward, Dean Cain, Laura Vandervoort, Barbara Eden, Bill Daily, Haruo Nakajima, Kenpachiro Satsuma, Tsutomu Kitagawa, Stan Lee, Amanda Conner, Alex Maleev, Esad Ribić, Kaare Andrews, Greg Pak, Steve Epting, Jimmy Palmiotti, Bob Layton
October 16–18, 2015 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas [41]
February 13–14, 2016 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[42]Neal Adams, John Barrowman, Becky Cloonan, Sam de la Rosa, Bruce Greenwood, Brent Spiner, Austin St. John
June 3–5, 2016 Fan Expo DallasKay Bailey Hutchison Convention CenterStan Lee, Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Doctor Who, Agent Carter, Jon Bernthal, Rob Schneider, Jack GleesonFirst convention under the new branding. Attendees reached a total of over 100,000.
October 14–16, 2016 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[43]Neal Adams, Brett Dalton, Sam de la Rosa, John de Lancie, Michael Dorn, Ben Dunn, Elizabeth Henstridge, Scott Wilson
March 31–April 2, 2017 Fan Expo DallasKay Bailey Hutchison Convention CenterMark Hamill, Stan Lee, Tim Curry, John Barrowman, Alan Tudyk, Jason Isaacs, Catherine Tate, Jason David Frank, Thomas F. Wilson, Alex Kingston, Meat Loaf, Barry Bostwick, Charisma Carpenter, Jim Lee, Mike Zeck, Ian Somerhalder, Adam West, Burt Ward[44]Adam West and Burt Ward's final appearance together. This was also Stan Lee's final Texas convention appearance.
October 20–22, 2017 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las ColinasBruce Boxleitner, Sam de la Rosa, Michael Golden, Austin St. John, Arthur Suydam, David Tennant, Renée Witterstaetter
April 6–8, 2018 Fan Expo DallasKay Bailey Hutchison Convention CenterBen Affleck, Jason Momoa, Jeff Goldblum, Chuck Norris, Tom Cavanagh, Val Kilmer, Cary Elwes, Wallace Shawn, Chris Sarandon, Christopher Lloyd, Amy Jo Johnson, Richard Dean Anderson, Eliza Taylor, Anthony Daniels, Billy Dee Williams, Paul Reubens[45][46]
October 19–21, 2018 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[47]Manu Bennett, Arthur Darvill, Sam de la Rosa, Dave Dorman, David Doub, Jason David Frank, Ray Park, Christopher Sabat, Kevin Sorbo, Karl Urban
May 3–5, 2019 Fan Expo DallasKay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center[48]Lynda Carter, Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Tom Wilson, James Tolkan, Charlie Hunnam, Zachary Levi, William Shatner, Linda Blair, Rainn Wilson, Pamela Anderson, Kiefer Sutherland, Sean Astin, Peter Mayhew (Died before convention), Ke Huy Quan, Corey Feldman, Jason Patric, Ralph Macchio, Martin Kove, William Zabka, Finn Wolfhard, Jake Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, John Barrowman, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Panabaker, Rose Mclver, Tyler Hoechlin, Summer Glau, Jaeden Lieberher, Jackson Robert Scott, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Mia Farrow, Rider Strong, Danielle Fishel, Will Friedle, Ben Savage, Kristin Kreuk, Michael Rosenbaum, Tom Welling, Mark Sheppard, Lana Parrilla, Ryan Hurst, Khary Payton, Mike Colter, Phil Lamarr, Bryce Papenbrook, Cristina Vee, David Hayter, Patricia Summersett, Chris Sabat, Justine Briner, Clifford Chapin, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Luci Christian, Caitline Glass, Josh Grelle, David Matranga, Joel McDonald, Brina Palencia, Kyle Phillips, Vanessa Marshall, Sean Schemmel, Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Lucie Pohl, Gaku Space, Estelle, Zach Callison, Michaela Dietz, Deedee Magno, Greg Cipes, Tara Strong, Will Friedle
October 18–20, 2019 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[49]Ron Perlman, Anthony Daniels, Adam Baldwin, Matthew Modine, Patrick Warburton, Edward James Olmos, Mary McDonnell, Tommy Flanagan, Anson Mount, Ethan Peck, Casey Cott
June 19–21, 2020 Fan Expo DallasKay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center[50](announced) Matthew Lewis, Bonnie Wright, James and Oliver Phelps, John Cleese, George Takei, Levar Burton, Stephen Amell, Katherine McNamara, Ben Lewis, Caity Lotz, Brandon Routh, Dave Bautista, Alicia Silverstone, Dean Cain, Brendan Fraser, Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Christina Ricci, Devon Sawa, Jon Bernthal, John Leguizamo, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley, Neve Campbell, Rose McGowan, Jamie Kennedy, Matthew Lillard, Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, Dominic Monaghan, Billy Boyd, Giancarlo Esposito, Weird Al Yankovic, Chandler Riggs, Garret Dillahunt, Christopher Eccleston, Catherine Tate, Annabeth Gish, Sonequa Martin-Green, Felicia Day, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Oscar NuñezPostponed and then canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Initially planned to be held March 27–29, 2020.
October 16–18, 2020 Dallas Fan DaysIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[51]Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
September 17–19, 2021 Fan Expo DallasKay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center[52]Watson Amelia, Stephen Amell, Sean Astin (canceled), Brian Azzarello (canceled), Eric Basaldua, Dante Basco, Brian Baumgartner (canceled), Dave Bautista (canceled), Billy Boyd (canceled), Justin Briner, Rodger Bumpass, Mori Calliope, Greg Capullo (canceled), Clifford Chapin, Luci Christian, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Kevin Conroy, Christina Dark, Sam de la Rosa, David Doub, Steve Downes (canceled), Christopher Eccleston, Ray Fisher, Kate Flannery, Brendan Fraser (canceled), Michael Golden (canceled), Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mike Grell, Josh Grelle, Gawr Gura, Anthony Michael Hall (canceled), Chad Hardin, Tony Harris, Colton Haynes, Greg Horn, Ryan Hurst, Melanie Jasmine, Georges Jeanty, Jillea, Wayne Knight (canceled), David Koechner, Walter Koenig, Jae Lee, Zachary Levi, Matthew Lewis, Mario Lopez (canceled), LuckyGrim, James Marsters, Charles Martinet, David Matranga, Gates McFadden (canceled), Kristen McGuire, Brandon McInnis, Bob McLeod, Breckin Meyer (canceled), Dominic Monaghan (canceled), Rags Morales, Paul Nakauchi (cancelled), Nana Cosplay, Trina Nishimura, Nolan North, Oscar Nuñez, Brina Palencia, Dan Parent, Robert Patrick, Ron Perlman, Kyle Phillips, Billie Piper (canceled), Podgekinn, Andy Price, Zachary Quinto, Humberto Ramos, Monica Rial, Tone Rodriguez, Theo Rossi, Tim Rozon, Joe Rubinstein, Chris Sabat, Adam Savage, Melanie Scrofano, Jeremy Shada, William Shatner, Ian Sinclair, Sparrowhawk Cosplay, Brent Spiner (canceled), George Takei, J. Michael Tatum, Veronica Taylor, Vraskaa, Carl Weathers, Christopher Wehkamp, Billy West, Elijah Wood (canceled), Claude XavierReturn of the event, following the previous cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
December 11, 2021 Dallas Fan FestivalIrving Convention Center at Las Colinas[53]Its name was changed from Dallas Fan Days to Dallas Fan Festival.
June 17–19, 2022 Fan Expo Dallas Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center[54]

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