Alliance Game Distributors

Alliance Game Distributors offers the largest selection of Hobby Games products of any distributor in the US: a full line distributor with an extensive selection of Role-playing Games, Collectible Card Games, Miniature Games, Board Games, Brushes, Paints, Dice, and Hobby Accessories. With dedicated sales reps whose singular goal is to help your store succeed and a completely integrated, e-commerce preorder, ordering and warehouse system, you can be confident that your order will be handled with precision and attention to detail.

Alliance publishes Game Trade Magazine, the gaming industry's leading consumer preorder mag-a-log. Each issue is filled with exclusive previews into new products coming from gaming publishers and manufacturers with complete with descriptions and images, for items releasing in the next few months. GTM provides the perfect opportunity for stores to learn about upcoming products and to inform their customers of future product before the store’s orders are due.

Diamond Book Distributors

DBD LogoIn 2002, Diamond Comic Distributors spun off its book trade efforts into a new division: Diamond Book Distributors (DBD). DBD is dedicated to making a wide selection of graphic novels and other pop culture merchandise available globally to bookstores, libraries, schools, online retailers, mass merchants and others. The company features a team of seasoned professionals in sales and marketing, as well as the Diamond Comic Distributors reputation and infrastructure in selling graphic novels and related pop-culture merchandise.

DBD is the home to a number of world class publishers including IDW Publishing, publisher of 30 Days of Night, Locke & Key, My Little Pony, G.I. Joe and Transformers; Image Comics, publisher of The Walking Dead, Saga, Chew, and Morning Glories; as well as publishers Oni Press, Top Shelf Productions, and many others.


Diamond Select Toys

Founded in 1999, Diamond Select Toys creates unique and exciting toys and collectibles, including action figures, statues, models, banks, houswares and more. The company holds licenses for a variety of top-rated pop-culture properties, including characters from Marvel Comics, DC Entertainment, Aliens, Ghostbusters and more.

Diamond UK

As Diamond Comic Distributors’ British counterpart, the London, England-based Diamond UK works closely with overseas comics retailers to bring the hottest comic books and related merchandise to fans throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.

Diamond International Galleries

Since its opening in 1995, Diamond International Galleries has been consistently at the heart of many significant opportunities to preserve, promote and present historical comic character collectibles, and enjoys its position as the preeminent exchange of pop-culture collectibles. Since its inception, the company has booked numerous record sales of individual collectibles. In addition, the company also manages its own consumer friendly website at comicwow.com.

E. Gerber Products

E. Gerber Products, LLC was started by Ernst Gerber in 1977 after he developed the first and only edge sealing Mylar® process, a process that was then patented. The company's patented equipment has been sold worldwide and is used by organizations such as the Library of Congress and the Comic Conservation Company. Other firsts for E. Gerber Products, LLC include offering the first acid-free boxes and acid-free backing boards to collectors and publishing the respected Photo Journal Guide to Comics. The company is known to collectors and archivists around the world for its high quality storage and preservation products, including several varieties of Mylar® bags and sleeves, custom backing boards, archival tape, and acid-free storage boxes.

Gemstone Publishing

Gemstone Publishing was formed by Diamond Comic Distributors President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Geppi as a conduit for his efforts in preserving and promoting the history of the comics medium.

In 1994, Gemstone acquired Overstreet Publications which brought them the heart of Gemstone Publishing's roster of price guides and reference books, the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. Robert M. Overstreet changed the comic book collecting world with the release of the first edition of the Comic Book Price Guide in 1970. Gemstone Publishing has branched out further to publish new reference books and price guides on comic books and other pop culture collectibles including its recent series of How-To Guides. Gemstone also publishes the widely respected auction and news e-newsletter, Scoop.

Geppiā€™s Entertainment Museum

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum is an unprecedented journey through American comic book history with a focus on its place in pop culture. Comic book and toy characters shaped us as children through a magical blend of entertainment and education. Visitors travel from the late 1700s to the present day as they revisit favorite characters and celebrities including; Superman, Supergirl, Batman, Howdy Doody, Betty Boop, Star Wars and many more as they evolved from the familiar heroes of yesterday to the pop culture icons of today! The museum houses one of the finest comic book collections worldwide with pristine copies of major comic titles such as Amazing Fantasy #15, Action Comics #1, Detective Comics #27 and more.

Hake's Americana & Collectibles

Hake's Americana & Collectibles is widely known as the nation's premier pop culture collectible auction house, setting record prices in hundreds of collecting areas. In 1965, while still a college student, Founder Ted Hake began to issue carbon copy sales lists consisting of political pinback buttons. Customer reaction was beyond all expectations, with many customers disappointed to learn that an item of interest had been sold a day or two before they could place an order. To address this problem, Hake decided to conduct his sales in auction format. Over the years, Hake has authored 15 collectibles price guides on subjects ranging all the way from presidential campaign artifacts to television collectibles. Hake’s Americana & Collectibles joined the Diamond family in March 2004.