The man who Laughs #3 was the top selling periodical in February according to Diamond’s just released statistics. Comics and GN sales overall were up 4.87% from this time last year, a welcome stat. Yet overall February was way down from January. And my fellow chart watcher John Jackson Miller notes that DC’s reduced line […]
The distributor notes that since the site launched in 1996, it has directed more than 6 million users to comics specialty shops throughout North America.
A five week month shows up December’s weak sales.
Batman crushed it in December, but holiday sales were off by quite a bit.
New #1 issues for Uncanny X-men, The Green Lantern and Venom sold well, surprising no one.
Just like he usually does, Batman ruled the roost for comics and graphic novels sales in october, as Diamond revealed in their monthly sales charts, released today.
Diamond has just released its sales rankings for September 2018, and shocker, Marvel won! Again. Charles Soule and Steve McNiven’s Return of Wolverine #1 was the top periodical, followed by Heroes in Crisis #1 in units and Batman: Damned in dollars. Graphic novels perked up with a solid 11.74% growth in dollars and 15.36% in units from September 2017, […]
Diamond’s just released charts for August show sales up quite a bit from last year but given that August was the nadir of comics sales, it’s not quite as impressive. Still, things are trending up, led by Marvel’s latest Fantastic Four #1, which led in dollars and units. The Legend of Korra Vol 3 led […]
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, […]
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