Two large volumes of ’70s Avengers and the latest Peter Parker volume are where this week’s sale starts.
Captain Marvel’s “Ms. Marvel Years” and a Wolverine Epic Collection scored big orders on sale (while Doomsday Clock and Saga both outperformed Metal for the “normal” releases). Sometimes the fifth week of the month is a strange one.
The second week of the sale and the numbers on new release TPBs jumped. Some titles may have sold 8 times as many downloads as there were print copies ordered into the Direct Market.
Titles like The Vision may have sold 9K+ during the 99 cent digital sale and that probably 4x sales multiplier on MOKF? Must read numbers as we start our postmortem on what’s happening.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced the release of Marvel’s Runaways Character and Level Pack for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 the video game. The pack adds a level and characters inspired by Brian K Vaughan and Adrian Alphona’s iconic comic series. Here’s the press release from WB Games: In this all-new Runaways comic inspired level pack, […]
Amidst the chaos of Amazon/Comixology’s 99¢ sale, Thanos: The Infinity Siblings and X-Men: Grand Design sold a LOT of downloads.
By now you’ve seen the upset reactions from retailers over the ongoing digital sale of 99¢ comics collections. You’ve heard about CB Cebulski’s statement that Marvel is not setting the prices, and it’s an Amazon/Comixology thing. And you’ve read Brian Hibbs’ open letter when he says he is very disappointed at Marvel. It seems that […]
Culture, diversity, and food take the spotlight in Marvel New Media’s newest offerings
It is utterly unacceptable that Marvel is allowing 96%+-off pricing on a brand-new book like INFINITY SIBLINGS.
More from the Marvel presentation to retailers. EIC CB Cebulski ran down a list of #1 and presented new art in a presentation subtitled “Selling Comics, Making Memories” – because that’s what it’s all about.