A collation of the top ten charts of a number if disparate stores, measuring sales on Wednesdays and Thursdays only, those who can’t wait till the weekend to buy their comics. A indication of unstoppable desire….
Last week, the first week of Villains Month, saw DC fail to dominate for those Wednesday Warriors market. This week, they’ve seen the comics and know they want them, with 6 Villains Month titles in the top ten. The Snyder book takes the top, beating Battle Of The Atom and Infinity crossovers.
- Batman #23.2 Riddler
- X-Men #5
- Avengers #19
- Detective Comics 23.2 Harley Quinn
- Justice League #23.2 Lobo
- Batman and Robin #23.2 Court Of Owls
- Walking Dead #114
- Action Comics #23.2 Zod
- Mighty Avengers #1
- Green Lantern #23.2 Mongul
Thanks to the following retailers;
- Curious Comics of Victoria, BC, Canada
- Yesteryear Comics of San Diego, California
- Impulse Creations of Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Pittsburgh Comics of McMurray, Pennsylvania
- Jesse James Comics of Phoenix, Arizona
- Laughing Ogre Comics of Lansdowne and Fairfax, Virginia, and Columbus, Ohio.
- Librairie Astro of Montreal, Que, Canada
- Heroes of London, Canada
And now for some of their quotes;
It has been an amazing 8 days between the two giant Wednesdays and the always fantastic Baltimore Comic-Con. I can’t think of an 8 day window where we have amassed such gross sales, I hope it continues through the rest of the month. First 13 days we are already at 61% of SEP2012 sales.
3-D tidal wave continues to consume that comic market. Sold out of every 3-D cover this week. Mighty Avengers still out sold all the titles, but that is because i ran out of DC books.
All Guardians of the Galaxy back-issues are on the move and the Marvel Now books are now being chased after like the New 52 first issues.
Wow, a whole week of event tie-in bestsellers! While DC Villains Month continues to sell well this week, I cannot help but feel more comfortable with the strong selling Marvel titles. Marvel’s event books will continue their story in the coming months where DCs tie-ins feel inconsequential. October will most likely see a drop off on DCs sales as they move back to business as usual while Marvel should be able to sustain the same strong numbers
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