David Carter examines Image Comics Sales for September 2016!
Loot Crate and other variants complicate reporting on October’s comics sales.
Diamond has just released the sales rankings for October, and Boom’s Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York #1 was the best selling periodcal, thanks to inclusion in this month’s Loot Crate. Marvel’s Champions #1, which sold some 400,000 copies was the #2 title and a reprint of the original Tony Isabella/Don Heck/Bob Layton Champions […]
David Carter welcomes Young Animal to the DC Comics fold!
Xavier Lancel looks into Marvel’s August 2016 sales!
It’s that time of the month where comics sales pundits analyze monthly sales. ICv2 has it’s industry standard sales estimates, and praise for how DC turned the ship around with Rebirth. Comic sales in September demonstrate just how dramatic the “Rebirth” impact on DC Comics sales has been. A year ago, in September 2015, there […]
by Dave Carter Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at Image Comics’s sales figures. Please refer to July 2015’s column for a preamble and explanation as to why sales standards for Image books are likely to be different than those for DC or Marvel. Image shipped 52 comics in August, compared […]
September sales figures released by Diamond Comics distributors show DC holding on to its lead in both dollars and units, down a bit from August but still 13 points over Marvel in units, up from 12 last month. Month to month comparisons from August are down, but August was a five week month compared to September’s normal […]
David Carter looks at another month of DC Comics sales in the wake of their Rebirth!
Units units units. Who’s got the units? I’ll post the full charts in a bit, but the short version is August was a record setting month for Diamond, as they shipped 1o million units. I’ll let John Jackson Miller make the announcement: Since 1998, Diamond Comic Distributors has never shipped more than 10 million comic […]