Top 300 Comics
It should come as no surprise that DC Universe: Rebirth #1 took the number one spot in the direct comic sales market for May 2016, but overall sales weren’t rosy.
Yesterday, we learned that Marvel continued to dominate comic sales in January, and we even learned what books made the top ten list. Today, we have a complete rundown of the top 300 books sold in the direct market in January 2016, and it is certainly an interesting read to see where books you thought were selling well, wound up.
Yesterday, Major Spoilers revealed the top ten comics sold in the direct market for August 2015. Secret Wars #5 took the top spot, but what about the rest of the comics released last month? Here’s a complete rundown, that you can search and organize for your own purposes.
Diamond Comic Distributors has released its official list of the top 300 comics released in the direct market in December 2014. It shouldn’t come as any surprise that Marvel was the big winner for the month, but the top ten comics might.
As reported yesterday, only two comics broke the 100,000 sales mark for August 2014. Though the number of titles reaching that benchmark is down from the last month and year, it still looks like overall comic sales continues to climb. Diamond Comic Distributors sent us a rundown of the top 300 comics released in August, and you can see the complete table, after the jump.
Diamond Comic Distributors has released the breakdown of comics sold in the direct market during November 2013. Marvel Comics was the top publisher for the month, but it was a very close finish as the company nudged DC Comics out 29.97% to 29.24%. The market equilibrium between unit share and dollar share seems to have stabilized over the last year, and it may mean that the big two have done all they can to dominate comic book world. This means that the exciting scramble happens in the third to fifth place. Image Comics placed third (8.67%) with IDW Publishing not
Diamond Comic Distributors released the numbers for titles sold in the direct market in September 2013. The biggest thing to note for the month was DC Comics took the top spot in both the Dollar and Unit Shares – which really shouldn’t be too surprising considering the Villains Month dot releases caused a huge number of titles to be shipped during the month. Dark Horse Comics took a big tumble down to fifth place, behind Image Comics and IDW Publishing, but still sold double the number of titles by Dynamite Entertainment. Take the jump for a complete rundown of the