maggie thompson


SDCC ’15: Maggie Thompson On Downsizing The Condition Of Her Comics

Maggie Thompson is was editor of the Comics Buyers Guide and is one of the mainstays of the comic book industry. And her comic book collection is legendary. BU of late, she has been selling a lot of it. Getting out of comics, Maggie? Not a bit of it. I bumped into Maggie in Artists […]

$5.8 Million In Sales at 100% Sell-Through Comic And Art Auction

The Don and Maggie Thompson Pedigree collection (originally mentioned here) ended up bringing in $835,384.00 as part of a $5.8 million 100% sell-through comic and comic art event at Heritage Auctions. All 1,700 lots sold during the auction held Nov 21-23 in Beverly Hills. The top selling comic of the day was Tales of Suspense […]

Don And Maggie Thompson’s Million Dollar Collection To Go To Auction

Don and Maggie Thompson have an amazing and important history as part of the comic book industry. In 1960 they put out a mimeographed one-sheet called Harbinger, it told about their upcoming project, one of the earliest fanzines called Comic Art. The fanzine ran irregularly from 1961 to 1968. In 1967 they started another magazine […]

Saturday Morning Runaround: Almost Nothing About Wonder Woman’s Pants, Also: C2E2

Talk about history, think about the future: A few things from various C2E2 panels, the latest from Jim Shooter’s blog, and I think it’s pretty cool that Maggie Thompson has been posting stuff from her archives on her own blog. ‘The Wolverine’ not likely to get director to replace Darren Aronofsky in near future, says […]