The low end of the chart _does_ appear to be trimmed on the DC/Marvel side
The Indies bounced back slightly vs. June
The low end is cleaning up, but it’s looking like Marvel still needs more hits.
And things would look even better if New Age of DC Heroes wasn’t making the DCU bottom heavy
Lots of divergence from the print sales ranks this week
Comics periodicals had a smashing month in July, behind a clutch of strong #1s and landmark issues. Tom King and Mikel Janin’s controversial Batman #50, featuring Batman and Catwoman’s stab at getting married, was the #1 comics for the month, but Amazing Spider-Man #1, Captain America #1, Doomsday Clock #6 and Superman #1 also topped the charts, […]
Did Infinity Wars just get some traction?
The season of relaunches is here
You wonder if DC and Marvel sucked up some of the retailers’ indie budget in June?
31K is a hit book these days