Bleeding Cool Magazine #0 was published this summer, a slim volume for $1.49, it was the best selling magazine in comic stores that month.
Bleeding Cool Magazine #1 came out in November. $4.99 and fatter, could it still perform as well? It seems so, it was the best selling magazine in that month as well. Selling almost twice as many copies as DC Nation #2.
A mixture of the Top 100 Power List, the Alan Moore interview, Tim Burton's tour of the Frankenweenie sets and even a mini-price guide seem to have done the trick. But will we be able to do the same for issue #2, out the ninth of January 2013? Well, it is an All-Ages issues with Adventure Time on the cover...?* but on the inside as well as the second part of the Alan Moore interview, ?*Brendon's Jim Henson stuff and an animation class from the makers of Wreck-It Ralph, you'll find Have I Got Feuds For You, a look at all the backbiting in the comics industry, by me.
Apart from that going on this week, of course. Save that for the second print!
TOP 10 MAGAZINESBased on Total Sales of Products Invoiced in November 2012
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