But not all this week’s first issues were setting the chart on fire. Funny what happens when you take variant covers out of the mix…
A hit movie + related comics on sale = transactions. That doesn’t always work, but it did this week.
Saga is the week’s bestseller and Wolverine’s return seems dwarfed by Jane Foster.
It’s time to take a look at the sales distribution charts and see where things fall in the market for December 2017. As usual, we’ll start with DC. Standard disclaimers: The numbers are based on the Diamond sales charts as estimated by the very reliable John Jackson Miller. These charts are pretty accurate for U.S. Direct […]
And finally, the comparison chart of DC, Marvel and Image. So we can see where the biggest sales sit on the Direct Market Landscape. Standard disclaimers: The numbers are based on the Diamond sales charts as estimated by the very reliable John Jackson Miller. These charts are pretty accurate for U.S. Direct Market sales with the […]
David Carter examines DC Comics’ March sales numbers
Periodically (pun intended), it’s useful to take a look at where the sales of a publisher’s titles are clustered. It helps widen the picture of how things are going. The idea is to break the sales chart into 10K slices. How many titles or issues sold 100K copies or more? How many sold 90K-99K? How […]
David Carter welcomes Young Animal to the DC Comics fold!
SECRET WARS has finally ended…with a shocking sales twist!