2019 saw strong comics sales growth, thanks to a boom in graphic novel sales.
Here in 2020, it’s obvious that DC and Marvel don’t have as much of an iron grip on the North American comics landscape as they once did. But factoring
Here’s my thoughts on stories of interest from the past week. Media July 2019 direct market comic sales “They Called Us Enemy” GN. Art by Harmony Becker. Comichron reports
Websites ICv2 and Comichron have released their annual joint report on the state of comic sales. After last year’s sales slump, 2018 saw a sizable rise in sales across the board.
Several years ago, I wrote about some of my favorite animation and comics blogs and websites. However, since then, various things have changed, both for the Internet and my own tastes. Thus, here&
Websites Comichron and ICv2 have released their annual joint report on how comic sales are doing. Unfortunately, sales are down overall for 2017 versus 2016, with a drop of 6.5%. However, it&
"Doomsday Clock," "Saga" top December 2017 comic sales; 2017 direct-market sales down 10% versus 2016
“Doomsday Clock” #2 was the top-selling single-issue comic for the direct market in December 2017. Meanwhile, “Saga,” volume 8, was December’s top-selling trade paperback. For once, DC
Marvel’s “Marvel Legacy” #1 topped September 2017’s direct market comic sales. Meanwhile, “The Walking Dead” was the top-selling trade paperback. Comics Below are September’
“Dark Days,” the prelude to DC Comics’ Batman-centric event “Dark Nights: Metal,” is the top-selling single-issue comic for July 2017. On the trade paperback side, Image’s
The first issue of the revival of “Spectacular Spider-Man” led in comic sales for June 2017. On the trade paperback side, “The Wicked + the Divine” was #1 in trade