Graphene-based electronic DNA sequencing techniques have received significant attention over the past decade and are hoped to provide a new generation of portable, low-cost devices capable of rapid and accurate DNA sequencing. However, these devices are yet to demonstrate DNA sequencing. This is partly due to complex fabrication requirements resulting in low device yields and limited throughput. In this paper, we review the challenging fabrication of graphene-based electronic DNA sequencing devices. We will place a particular focus on common fabrication challenges and look toward the development of high-throughput, high-yield fabrication of these devices.