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Stephen A. Geppi (born January 24, 1950) is an American comic book distributor, publisher and former comic store owner. Having established an early chain of comic shops in Baltimore in the mid-late 1970s, he is best known for his distributing business. Geppi founded Diamond Comic Distributors, the largest comic direct ...


Born in the "Little Italy" section of Baltimore, Maryland, Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. president and chief executive officer Stephen A. Geppi turned his childhood love of comics into the world's largest distributor of English language comic books. Steve learned at an early age the importance of hard work having had to ...


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Geppi talks about building the Xanadu for comic collectors, what he loves to collect the most, and the art of sniffing old comic books.


The latest Tweets from steve geppi (@mamanook4): "What a year!"

Apr 3, 2011 ... Tour and interview from the Mid 1990's From Wikipedia... Stephen A. Geppi (born 1950) is a comic book distributor, publisher and former comic store owner. Ha...
Feb 1, 2017 ... Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. marks the 35th anniversary of its incorporation, a new milestone in the evolution of the company President and CEO Steve Geppi successfully started as a former retailer to distribute comic books and pop-culture related merchandise to his fellow retailers.


Aug 15, 2011 ... Is there a more cautionary tale in comics than that of the failing fortunes of Diamond Comics owner and über-collector Steve Geppi? Daniel Best reads through some of the court documents on the Montana Estate vs Steve Geppi lawsuit we alluded to the other day, and they are not too thrilling if you are ...


Apr 9, 2010 ... The Baltimore County mansion known as Cliffeholme, built in the mid-19th century and owned by businessman Stephen A. Geppi, was bought back at a foreclosure sale Thursday by the mortgage lender. A trustee for lender Bank of America bid $2.8 million for the nearly 14,000-square-foot residence on 9 ...