Diamond Comic Distributors has released its list of the top 500 comics shipped to the direct market in May 2018. As we discussed last week, Amazing Spider-Man #800 sold a lot of copies (twice as much as the number two position, and four times as much as Batman #47). Today, we get to see where everyone else placed.
When it comes to the direct market, there is a lot of speculation that can be made on exactly how many copies of a comic were sold, but when it comes to Amazing Spider-man #800 one thing is clear, it dominated the direct market in May 2018.
The Diamond Comic Distributors list of the top 500 comics shipped to the direct market in April has arrived, and for the first time since August 2016, both single issue and trade sales were in positive territory.
Diamond Comic Distributors has released the list of the top 500 comics sold to the direct market in March 2018. While we already know what titles made the top 10, we can now have a long discussion about where our favorite books landed on the list.
Diamond Comic Distributors has released the first wave of sales data for comics sold in the direct market in March 2018. The news isn’t great, as comics sales to the direct market climbed slightly, but overall sales for the year have fallen sharply.
Diamond Comic Distributors has released the breakdown of the top 500 comics shipped to comic shops in February 2018. The initial report was released on Friday, but today, you can see where your favorite title placed.
Diamond Comic Distributors has released the first wave of data regarding direct market comic book sales in January 2018. The good news? Comic sales grew in January.
Diamond Comic Distributors has released the top sellers lists for all of 2017. When it comes to Manga, it is expected to see One Punch Man and Dragon Ball at the top of the list, but the Legend of Zelda hit the top of the charts for 2017.
We know that DC placed eight comics in the top ten in November, lead by Doomsday Clock #1. Today, we have a rundown of the top 300 comics shipped in the direct market for the month.
DC Entertainment’s Doomsday Clock #1 by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank was the top selling comic in November 2017, and that should be great news for the publisher, right?