Diamond Top Products April 2015

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(BALTIMORE, MD) — (May 15, 2015) —Luke Skywalker’s quest to become a Jedi leads him back to Tatooine in Jason Aaron and John Cassaday’s Star Wars #4 from Marvel Comics, the best-selling comic book of April 2015 according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.

Marvel Comics, April’s top publisher with a 34.15% dollar share and a 36.33% unit share, had four comics among April’s top ten, including Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca’s Darth Vader #4 at #4 and Greg Weisman and Pepe Larraz’s Kanan: The Last Padawan #1 at #8. DC Entertainment was the month’s #2 publisher with a 30.91% dollar share and a 33.90% unit share, and the publisher had six titles among the top ten including Dan Jurgens, Jeff King, and Ethan Van Sciver’s Convergence #0 at #2 and Scott Synder and Greg Capullo’s Batman #40, the conclusion to the “Endgame” storyline, at #4. Image Comics ranked third for the month with a 10.23% dollar share and a 11.18% unit share. IDW Publishing came in fourth with a 6.00% dollar share and 4.78% unit share. In fifth was Dark Horse Comics with a 3.65% dollar share and a 2.92% unit share.

The survivors of the zombie apocalypse face a new and insidious threat in Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead Volume 23 from Image Comics, the best-selling graphic novel of April and one of the publisher’s four volumes among the top ten. Marvel Comics’ original graphic novel, Avengers: Rage of Ultron, by Warren Ellis and Jerome Opena, ranked #2. DC Entertainment had four titles in the top ten, led by Bill Willingham’s Fables Volume 21: Happily Ever After at #23.

Jeffrey Brown’s latest all-ages Star Wars book, Star Wars: Darth Vader & Friends, from Chronicle Books was April’s best-selling book. Dark Horse Comics’ The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe ranked #2. IDW Publishing had two titles in the top ten — John Romita’s Amazing Spider-Man Artifact Edition at #4 and Starling: Ashley Book Book 1 at #6.

DC Collectibles continued their Batman Animated series of action figures, based on the animated series of the 1990s, in April with the Batman: The Animated Series: The Joker Action Figure, the month’s best-selling toy and one of the four products the manufacturer placed in the top ten. Diamond Select Toys had three products in the top ten, led by the Star Trek: USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A Ship at #2.

Based on the new film, WizKids/NECA’s Marvel HeroClix: Avengers: Age of Ultron Foil Packs were April’s best-selling gaming product and one of their six products among the top ten. Diamond Select Toys’ Jay & Silent Bob Monopoly, March’s best-selling game product, remained in the top ten in April at #7.

 

TOP COMIC BOOK PUBLISHERS

PUBLISHER DOLLARSHARE UNITSHARE
MARVEL COMICS 34.15% 36.33%
DC ENTERTAINMENT 30.91% 33.90%
IMAGE COMICS 10.23% 11.18%
IDW PUBLISHING 6.00% 4.78%
DARK HORSE COMICS 3.65% 2.92%
BOOM ENTERTAINMENT 2.17% 1.98%
DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT 2.05% 1.78%
TITAN PUBLISHING 0.95% 0.90%
AVATAR PRESS 0.94% 0.73%
ONI PRESS 0.89% 0.54%
OTHER NON-TOP 10 8.05% 4.97%

 

NEW TITLES SHIPPED

PUBLISHER COMICS SHIPPED GRAPHIC NOVELS SHIPPED MAGAZINES SHIPPED TOTALSHIPPED
MARVEL COMICS 88 40 1 129
DC ENTERTAINMENT 88 33 1 122
IDW PUBLISHING 61 31 0 92
IMAGE COMICS 74 15 0 89
DARK HORSE COMICS 32 24 0 56
BOOM ENTERTAINMENT 39 11 0 50
DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT 35 4 0 39
AVATAR PRESS 12 2 1 15
TITAN PUBLISHING 7 3 4 14
ONI PRESS 8 5 0 13
OTHER NON-TOP 10 101 146 37 284


COMPARATIVE SALES STATISTICS

  DOLLARS UNITS
APRIL 2015 VS. MARCH 2014
COMICS 32.70% 27.45%
GRAPHIC NOVELS 41.29% 41.25%
TOTAL COMICS/GN 35.22% 28.45%
APRIL 2015 VS. APRIL 2014
COMICS 19.75% 22.50%
GRAPHIC NOVELS 13.45% 10.03%
TOTAL COMICS/GN 17.75% 21.40%
YEAR-TO-DATE 2015 VS. YEAR-TO-DATE 2014
COMICS 15.58% 16.22%
GRAPHIC NOVELS 4.37% -3.63%
TOTAL COMICS/GN 12.00% 14.47%

 

TOP 10 COMIC BOOKS

RANK DESCRIPTION PRICE ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 STAR WARS #4 $3.99 FEB150684-M MAR
2 CONVERGENCE #0 [*] $4.99 JAN150218-M DC
3 CONVERGENCE #1 [*] $4.99 FEB150137-M DC
4 BATMAN #40 $4.99 JAN150306-M DC
5 DARTH VADER #4 $3.99 FEB150682-M MAR
6 CONVERGENCE #2 [*] $3.99 FEB150142-M DC
7 CONVERGENCE #3 [*] $3.99 FEB150146-M DC
8 KANAN: THE LAST PADAWAN #1 $3.99 FEB150675-M MAR
9 CONVERGENCE #4 [*] $3.99 FEB150150-M DC
10 PRINCESS LEIA #3 $3.99 FEB150680-M MAR

 

TOP 10 GRAPHIC NOVELS & TRADE PAPERBACKS

RANK DESCRIPTION PRICE ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 THE WALKING DEAD VOLUME 23 TP $14.99 FEB150545 IMA
2 AVENGERS: RAGE OF ULTRON HC $24.99 DEC140948 MAR
3 FABLES VOLUME 21: HAPPILY EVER AFTER TP (MR) $17.99 JAN150397 DC
4 BATMAN VOL. 5: ZERO YEAR: DARK CITY TP (N52) $16.99 JAN150363 DC
5 SAGA VOLUME 4 TP (MR) $14.99 OCT140644 IMA
6 JUPITER’S LEGACY VOLUME 1 TP (MR) $9.99 FEB150526 IMA
7 HARLEY QUINN VOL. 1: HOT IN THE CITY TP (N52) $16.99 JAN150369 DC
8 BATMAN VOLUME 6: THE GRAVEYARD SHIFT HC (N52) $24.99 DEC140379 DC
9 THE WALKING DEAD VOLUME 1: DAYS GONE BYE TP $14.99 NOV128157 IMA
10 LUMBERJANES VOLUME 1 TP $14.99 FEB151172 BOO

 

TOP 10 BOOKS

RANK DESCRIPTION PRICE ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 STAR WARS: DARTH VADER & FRIENDS HC $14.95 FEB151837 CHR
2 THE ART OF HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE HC $39.99 DEC140098 DAR
3 WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S STAR WARS: FORSOOTH, THE PHANTOM MENACE HC $14.95 FEB151839 RAN
4 JOHN ROMITA’S AMAZING SPIDER MAN ARTIFACT EDITION $112.50 OCT140523 IDW
5 DC SUPER HEROES: MY FIRST BOOK OF GIRL POWER BOARD BOOK $9.99 SEP148145 POC
6 STARLING: ASHLEY WOOD BOOK 1 HC $17.99 OCT140520 IDW
7 NEIL GAIMAN’S CHU’S DAY AT BEACH HC $17.99 FEB151829 HAR
8 THE SHADOW DOUBLE NOVEL VOLUME 94 SC $14.95 FEB151834 SAN
9 THE SHADOW DOUBLE NOVEL VOLUME 95 SC $14.95 MAR151764 SAN
10 GAME OF THRONES: HAND OF THE KING WAX SEAL KIT $12.95 DEC141885 RUN

 

TOP 10 TOYS

RANK DESCRIPTION ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 BATMAN ANIMATED: BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES: THE JOKER FIGURE JUL140292 DC
2 STAR TREK: USS ENTERPRISE NCC-1701-A SHIP AUG142285 DST
3 MARVEL: CAPTAIN AMERICA 8-INCH RETRO ACTION FIGURE SET SEP142256 DST
4 DC COMICS: BATWOMAN BISHOUJO STATUE SEP142327 KOT
5 BACK TO THE FUTURE: FLUX CAPACITOR UNLIMITED EDITION OCT088076 DST
6 BATMAN ARKHAM KNIGHT: BATMAN ACTION FIGURE SEP140356 DC
7 AVENGERS INFINITE LEGENDS 6-INCH ACTION FIGURES FEB152176 HAS
8 BATMAN ARKHAM KNIGHT: HARLEY QUINN ACTION FIGURE SEP140357 DC
9 ONE:12 COLLECTIVE: BATMAN THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS FIGURE AUG148295 MEZ
10 ARROW: ARROW ACTION FIGURE OCT140411 DC

 

TOP 10 GAMES

RANK DESCRIPTION ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 MARVEL HEROCLIX: AVENGERS AGE OF ULTRON FOIL PACKS FEB152705 NEC
2 DC DICE MASTERS: JUSTICE LEAGUE FOIL PACKS JAN152660 NEC
3 MARVEL HEROCLIX AVENGERS QUICK START KIT SEP140018 NEC
4 THE WALKING DEAD PRISON BOARD GAME JUN142630 MEG
5 STAR WARS: ARMADA BOARD GAME DEC142545 FAN
6 MARVEL HEROCLIX: AVENGERS AGE OF ULTRON STARTER SET FEB152706 NEC
7 JAY & SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK MONOPOLY DEC142209 DIA
8 DC DICE MASTERS: JUSTICE LEAGUE STARTER SET JAN152664 NEC
9 MONOPOLY: THE WALKING DEAD SURVIVAL EDITION OCT128266 USA
10 DC HEROCLIX: JUSTICE LEAGUE TRINITY WAR BOOSTER BRICK DEC142573 NEC

 

How does Diamond calculate the charts? It all starts at the comic book shop.

Data for Diamond’s sales charts — which includes the monthly market shares and all top product charts — are compiled by Diamond Comic Distributors from sales made to thousands of comic book specialty shops located in North America and around the world.  Additional sales made to online merchants and other specialty retailers may be included as well.

Unit and dollar market shares are calculated based upon orders for comic books, graphic novels, and magazines invoiced and shipped to Diamond customers during any given month, which comprises pre-orders, advance reorders, and reorders, minus any copies that are received back from a title marked as returnable. Please note that comics marked with an asterisk (*) have had their reported quantities reduced due to retailer returnability, and thus may rank lower on the charts than their actual sales would reflect.

The New Titles Count Chart includes all titles that were invoiced by Diamond to retailers for the first time during the month and is not the official solicited title count for the month. Variant edition comic books and graphic novels at the same price point count as a single SKU. Variant edition comic books, lenticular covers, digital combo packs, and graphic novels at different price points count as separate SKUs for each edition.

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Hot Picks – Top 5 #7

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From: InvestComics Hot Picks #368

 

Every Tuesday/Wednesday! Here are the Top 5 NEW comics to speculate/read from this Wednesday’s new comic book day.

From this past Sunday’s InvestComics Hot Picks #368

 

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G.I. Joe Real America Hero #213 – The death of Snake Eyes story line has heated up. The second part is sold out across the board. Regular and variant covers are no longer available at Diamond distributors.

The Inhuman Special #1 – Marvel promises to have a character appear after a 75 year absence? Check out the comic to see who it is.

Star Wars #4 – As stated in this week’s InvestComics Hot Picks #368, Star Wars is ultra hot right now. Be sure to stay on top of all the Star Wars comics; a first appearance is looming that will explode once again in the aftermarket.

Convergence Hawkman #1 – Kamandi, The last Boy on Earth makes an appearance. Check out InvestComics Hot Picks #368 for more details on this book. 

Convergence Justice League America #1 – Same goes here as the previous entry. 

In the regular InvestComics weekly Hot Picks articles, we have said that DC Convergence might be a precursor into a bigger picture for them. A big marketing plan to see if certain characters are called upon by fans to make more stories (**ahem money**). Maybe picking up some of the first appearances because of the reappearances by characters is an easy get. The first appearance of Kamandi, a Bronze Age comic, A Jack Kirby creation for $90 as a graded 9.6 on Ebay? That’s awesome.

 

Invest wisely. Read Comics

Carpe Diem

Jay Katz

 

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Disclaimer: all comic recommendations are from a speculative vantage point. Not all comics are to guarantee a return on your investment. If you are here on the notion that you will make money ALL the time, you are in the wrong place. Please do not read this article. Although this article is used as a guide for investments, it’s more so for entertainment purposes. Any opinions or expression of investments in this article should be used at the sole discretion and judgment upon the investor, not InvestComics. So please use your own discretion when investing and have fun. Also; Not all comics will be chosen as an InvestComics Hot Pick for a particular week. There will in fact (guaranteed) to be some missed opportunities. The speculator not only has to be accountable forspeculative their gains and loses, but their own research as well. If the speculator is here with the thought that InvestComics will pick every comic that hits, even ones that sells out weeks later or become hot after the weekly article; is mistakenly off. This is in fact an entertainment/speculative site. Bottom line though, we have and always will be the best speculative web site on the planet.

 

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InvestComics Hot Picks 368:

New Release Comics on 4/22/15 (And back issues)

 

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A new comic book week means a new week of Convergence titles from DC. Also a new week of speculating on some of them too, besides some good reads of course. Each week InvestComics touches on the Convergence titles to give a possible heads up on what DC MAY do in the future with possible new titles or characters reemerging in the DCU. This is pure speculating here. DC may never visit some of these characters again after they appear in this epic storyline, but it’s fun to take a look at some back issues to hunt down a first appearance. Like a Captain Carrot from a couple of weeks (and months) ago here on InvestComics.

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Convergence Hawkman #1 will visit the land of Kamandi. Kamandi hasn’t really appeared in a whole lot of books considering he was introduced in 1972’s Kamandi, The Last Boy On Earth #1. Jack “King” Kirby is the cover artist and artist/creator of the character. A wonderful Bronze Age comic to have in you collection regardless if DC ever follows up with this character.

The Detroit Justice League will appear in Convergence Justice League America #1. Check out Detroit’s baddest gang and their first appearance in Justice League of America Annual #2 (1984). This comic also happens to be the first appearance of Vibe.

Convergence Superboy and The Legion #1 will feature the group Atomic Knights. They first appeared in Strange Adventures #117 (1960).

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And besides Convergence #3, here are the rest of the Convergence titles hitting the shelf this Wednesday; Convergence Adventures of Superman #1, Convergence Batman and The Outsiders #1, Convergence Flash #1, Convergence Green Lantern Corps #1, Convergence New Teen Titans #1, Convergence Swamp Thing #1 and Convergence Wonder Woman #1.

G.I. Joe Real America Hero #213 continues the “Death of Snake Eyes” storyline. Snake Eyes is one step closer to his comic book demise. Fans must be loving it because the comic is sold out across the board. Regular cover and variants.

With all of the Star Wars craze going on right now and with the Star Wars Marvel comic doing so well, it’s probably best to stay on top of this series and any other Star Wars related series from Marvel. The potential of any new introductions within the series will send the aftermarket into a frenzy. As proven with the heads up InvestComics gave everyone with Darth Vader #3 (since cooled off). So check out Star Wars #4 this week….

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The Inhuman Special #1 will be a cool book to check out. Marvel states there will be a character to appear that hasn’t for 75 years until now. That’s neat. We look forward to see who it is.

Everything Star Wars is hot, so what better time than to release a titled book like Empire Uprising #1 to confuse everyone! IDW publishing puts out this awesome Mark Waid written, Barry Kitson drawn comic this Wednesday. Incidentally, the same creative team first introduced Empire back in 2000 under the Image Comics label; Empire #1. Great stuff. A couple of more interesting titles from IDW to check out; Infinite Loop #1 and Drones #1. Also a cool comic from IDW for the little ones; Littlest Pet Shop Spring Cleaning #1. The Littlest Pet Shop #1 first came out in 2014.

Two titles from Image Comics this Wednesday to check out are Beyond Belief #1 and Kaptara #1.

Guardians of the Galaxy #26 will feature a variant Howard the Duck Nirvana cover.

I.C.E. Bayou Black Out #1 from 12 Gauge comics is a looker. I.C.E. First appeared as a free comic book day comic back in 2011.

Avengers Magazine #1 has names attached like John Buscema and Jack Kirby. It’s a must get for any comic book enthusiast. Avengers Operation Hydra #1 will also be for comic book enthusiast, but especially Avengers fans.

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Disclaimer: all comic recommendations are from a speculative vantage point. Not all comics are to guarantee a return on your investment. If you are here on the notion that you will make money ALL the time, you are in the wrong place. Please do not read this article. Although this article is used as a guide for investments, it’s more so for entertainment purposes. Any opinions or expression of investments in this article should be used at the sole discretion and judgment upon the investor, not InvestComics. So please use your own discretion when investing and have fun. Also; Not all comics will be chosen as an InvestComics Hot Pick for a particular week. There will in fact (guaranteed) to be some missed opportunities. The speculator not only has to be accountable forspeculative their gains and loses, but their own research as well. If the speculator is here with the thought that InvestComics will pick every comic that hits, even ones that sells out weeks later or become hot after the weekly article; is mistakenly off. This is in fact an entertainment/speculative site. Bottom line though, we have and always will be the best speculative web site on the planet.

What you read is 100% authentic. This material is 100% original content from InvestComics and does not borrow from any article(s) or comic website(s) for its content. Anything you read  from here on any other site that seems similar probably and most likely originated from here.

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Carpe Diem.

Jay Katz

Best Selling Non-Super Hero comics of April 2013

Best Selling Non-Super Hero comics of April 2013

Here we will analyze the 50 best selling comic books that venture into drama, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, movie/tv franchises and kids titles.    46 comics this month had orders of over 10,000 copies each !

The strength of Walking Dead has helped give rise to a growing number of non-superhero comic book titles.   Image leads the way with 3 of the top 4 titles.   This chart is impressive showing that 50 of the Top 200 best selling comics are non-superhero that is an impressive 25% of all comic sales.   However note that only 4 titles make the Diamond Top 50 showing that hero books still have a grip on the biggest overall sales and consistently best selling titles.

What is unique to this list in particular though is the growing fan base has helped increase the values of most of these books early issues.    We all know about Walking Dead #1 being worth $1000.00 and leading the pack for most valuable 21st century comic book.   However early issues of Saga, Star Wars, East Of West, My Little Pony, Adventure Time, Sex, Morning Glories, Manhattan Projects, Revival, Thief Of Thieves, Doctor Who, Five Ghosts, Bedlam etc. have ALL gone up in value and all moved into numerous reprintings.

Image in the past year has been the hot bed for back issue price increases with most of the titles on this list.   In this particular month we even see 2nd printing of East Of West #1 make this Top 50 chart at #48 which is considerably high for a non “big 2” reprint book.

The highest ranking books on the list which have NOT seen price increases yet include Jirni and Constantine.   In the case of Jirni #1 it was low priced at $ 1.00 which helped create the huge print run of 35,000 so that book is not likely to ever go up in value.  Constantine has potential but is not a new character (Swamp Thing #37 in 1985).   This could help create interest in older appearances but is no guarantee of the demand in the new book.  However there are 2 things in this book’s favor.  First of all the #1 1st print has sold out and the #2 issue had a print run almost as high as #1 meaning that the quality is there and retailers did not drastically reduce their orders like they usually do from a #1 to a #2 issue.

Star Wars, My Little Pony, Buffy, Adventure Time, Star Trek, Doctor Who, GI  Joe are all strong franchises with orders of 13,000 each or higher.   The cartoon titles My Little Pony and Adventure Time have both sold out original print runs and have been some of the most impressive selling titles ever to a potentially younger audience.   Regular Show #1 comes out in a month and will likely rank just as high with potential of a sell out of #1.

The Big Two = DC has a number of titles always appearing due to their non superhero “Vertigo” line.   Marvel really seems to be missing the boat in the non-hero genre with only 2 titles in the entire Top 50.

IDW is the kingpin of franchise titles so they have a strong showing on this list.

Small indie publishers with strong showings on the chart include Aspen, Boom, Avatar, Oni all with 1 title each.  These are books to watch in the future and will be some of the most likely books to increase in value as these books have reached a lot of hype.

Of course this list is up for debate as some titles cross-over with hero characters so you can argue that some books on this list might not truly belong here but it gives us a great overview in comparing what is popular and how the publishers are selling on their top non-hero books.

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RANK – DIAMOND – TITLE – ISSUE – PRICE – PUBLISHER – PRINT RUN

1 8 Walking Dead 109 $2.99 Image 90362
2 27 Saga 12 $2.99 Image 53339
3 40 Star Wars 4 $2.99 Dark Horse 45019
4 46 East of West 2 $3.50 Image 41838
5 60 Jirni 1 $1.00 Aspen 35777
6 65 My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic 6 $3.99 IDW 33903
7 69 Constantine 2 $2.99 DC 30789
8 73 Swamp Thing 19 $2.99 DC 29254
9 79 Animal Man 19 $2.99 DC 27562
10 91 My Little Pony Micro Series 3 $3.99 IDW 23338
11 95 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 Freefall 20 $2.99 Dark Horse 21901
12 97 Adventure Time 15 $3.99 Boom 21682
13 101 Sex 2 $2.99 Image 21342
14 103 Morning Glories 26 $1.00 Image 20918
15 104 Adventure Time Fionna & Cake 4 $3.99 Boom 20760
16 115 Morbius Living Vampire 4 $2.99 Marvel 17544
17 116 Manhattan Projects 11 $3.50 Image 17517
18 120 Star Wars Darth Vader & Ninth Assassin 1 $3.50 Dark Horse 17278
19 121 Revival 9 $2.99 Image 16977
20 123 All Star Western 19 $3.99 DC 16838
21 125 Star Wars Legacy 2 $2.99 Dark Horse 16384
22 131 Star Trek Countdown To Darkness 4 $3.99 IDW 15782
23 132 Fables 128 $2.99 DC 15606
24 133 Fairest 14 $2.99 DC 15269
25 135 Thief of Thieves 13 $2.99 Image 15201
26 138 Doctor Who Prisoners of Time 4 $3.99 IDW 14653
27 142 Angel & Faith 21 $2.99 Dark Horse 14102
28 150 G.I. Joe Cobra Files 1 $3.99 IDW 13231
29 152 Five Ghosts Haunting of Fabian Gray 2 $2.99 Image 13127
30 154 Chew 33 $2.99 Image 12964
31 158 Conan The Barbarian 15 $3.50 Dark Horse 12845
32 160 Bedlam 6 $3.50 Image 12607
33 161 Django Unchained 3 $4.99 DC 12561
34 162 Dark Tower Gunslinger Evil Ground 1 $3.99 Marvel 12473
35 164 Star Wars Dark Times Fire Carrier 3 $2.99 Dark Horse 12435
36 169 Abe Sapien Dark & Terrible 1 $3.50 Dark Horse 11783
37 172 I Vampire 19 $2.99 DC 11469
38 173 Sword of Sorcery 7 $3.99 DC 11412
39 177 BPRD Vampire 2 $3.50 Dark Horse 11072
40 178 Uber 0 $3.99 Avatar 10849
41 182 Lost Vegas 2 $3.50 Image 10608
42 184 Locke & Key Omega 4 $3.99 IDW 10466
43 186 BPRD Hell On Earth 106 $3.50 Dark Horse 10419
44 187 Doctor Who Vol. 3 8 $3.99 IDW 10414
45 188 G.I. Joe 3 $3.99 IDW 10372
46 189 Helheim 2 $3.99 Oni 10256
47 191 1 For $1 Mind Mgmt 1 $1.00 Dark Horse 9926
48 193 East of West 1 $3.50 Image 9742
49 194 Magic The Gathering Path of Vengeance 4 $4.99 IDW 9734
50 196 Massive 11 $3.50 Dark Horse 9661

I am always happy to hear your comments and thoughts/criticisms on any of my posts.

Terry Hoknes (author) loves analyzing statistics and watching the growth and fall of comic titles over a period of time.  He sells all the hot new comics at www.HoknesComics.com and also self-publishes a series of books called “Investing In Comic Books” that focus on the Golden, Silver and Bronze ages of comics.