Welcome to They Call Me MISTER Hibbs

Comic Book and Button Sales

They Call Me MISTER Hibbs is a father and daughter team based in Greenville, SC that buys, sells, and trades comic books and makes pin-back buttons out of badly damaged comics (rather than throwing them away). If you are interested in a particular book or need custom buttons made, feel free to call, e-mail, or text us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Always buying Comics

We love comics.  We love reading them, collecting them, even crafting with them.  If you have comics that you would like to sell, please consider contacting us and we will meet with you on your terms and provide you the best possible pricing.  We will look at your books individually and provide an honest evaluation of their value.  Even if you choose to sell your books to someone else afterwards, you will at least have another opinion of value in hand to help you get the best price.

Come See Us

Our next show will be at SC Comicon on Sunday, March 24 and 25, 2017 at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, SC.  We'll have lots of boxes of Marvel and DC Silver, Bronze, and Copper comics. In addition, we'll have a nice set of "wall books" and toys available and tons of our Comic Buttons.  Come say Hi!


After that, we'll be setup at the Winston-Salem Comic Con on April 22, 2017 in Winston-Salem, NC.

Comic and Custom Buttons

As comic book people, we buy plenty of comic books.  We also sell and donate quite a few comics as well.  Sadly, not every book we end up with is in good shape anymore (some have been loved more than others).  If, due to condition, we don't feel right about donating them, we'll make pin-back buttons and magnets out of them.  It's turned into a fun way to preserve the art rather than just throwing the books in the trash.  We can also make custom buttons based on on your design.

Meyer Center 

Even stronger than our love of comics is our love for children with special needs.  Our son / brother Caleb attends a wonderful school in Greenville, SC named the Meyer Center for Special Children.  Although the Meyer Center receives funding from many sources, it simply isn't enough to provide services to all the children that need them.  


We are excited to announce that beginning at SC Comicon (and at all future shows in 2017), 10% of all proceeds from They Call Me MISTER Hibbs will be donated to the Meyer Center!

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