Maggie Thompson talks about the quotable comic book and how catchphrases from the four-color world have made it into the real world.
Maggie Thompson looks back at comics fandom from the vantage point of its 55th anniversary, including her own involvement since the beginning!
Maggie Thompson talks about self-publishing vs. finding a publisher for your comics projects, with a certain Little Red Hen as a prime example. Maybe it's time to start baking your own bread?
Maggie Thompson starts off February with a look at hard-to-deal-with foes, those ongoing villains who just won’t go away!
Maggie Thompson starts off the New Year with a look at some of the hoops superheroes had to jump through in the mid-1950s, once the Comics Code took effect.
Maggie Thompson talks about how comics characters change over the years and how the current version of your favorite character may not be the one other people first encountered.
Maggie Thompson talks about epic comic book stories and the creators behind them!
It's the scariest month of the year, and Maggie Thompson talks about some comic book frights just in time for Halloween!
Maggie Thompson looks back on 55 years worth of Septembers and how they helped shape her life.
Maggie Thompson tells us about her own experiences at this year's Comic-Con International!
Maggie Thompson offers some Comic-Con memories from her own personal history of going to the event.
Maggie Thompson reminds us that you can't judge a book--especially a comic book!--by it's cover.
Maggie Thompson tries to answer the tough question of how to introduce a non-comics reader to the comics world.
It's Will Eisner Week ... and Maggie Thompson writes about the master of comic art and his lasting influence and appeal to comics fans.
Maggie Thompson writes about the original Captain Marvel on the eve of the character's 75th anniversary.
Think you know your comics history? Maggie Thompson introduces us to a few unsung heroes of the comics!
Maggie Thompson talks about the art of producing comics on a regular schedule, and how creators adapted to that process.
Maggie Thompson talks about seasonal comic book covers and how the season may not exactly have matched the time of year they showed up on the newsstand.
Considering a career in comics? Maggie Thompson offers some advice on where to start ...
Maggie Thompson looks back 100 years to the first group of comics creators and the age of everyone's Golden Age: 12.
Maggie Thompson reminds us that if there's something missing out there that you need ... make it yourself! It's a lot easier to do in this day and age.
Maggie Thompson talks about how we're living in the real Golden Age of comic book-oriented books and biographies ... a perfect time for us comic book obsessives!
Maggie Thompson reminds us that there are a whole lot of people out there yet to become comics fans ... and offers some suggestions on how to spread the word about the medium we love so much!
Maggie Thompson talks about the importance of maintaining your convention photos, including writing down who you photographed!
Maggie Thompson marks the 60th anniversary this month of a period in comics history that we'd all like to forget.
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