The New York Times’ Georges Gustines – and major comic book fan – is having an enjoyable time posting the New York Times Best Seller lists for comics before both the website and the newspaper runs them.
DC editor Andy Khouri, of Omega Men is most pleased too.
A cancelled series by a first time solo writer, a first time artist and a first time editor.
Thank you for this. pic.twitter.com/3ykU0WPKIn
— Andy Khouri (@andykhouri) September 8, 2016
As is the book’s writer, Tom King.
From the worst selling (and canceled) book at DC…whoa. https://t.co/K3oMJXj6P8
— Tom King (@TomKingTK) September 8, 2016
And from last week… Clinton Cash seems to have come and gone.
But one can note the perennials, Killing Joke, Persepolis and Maus, joined in more recent years by March, Patience, Smile, Drama , Fun Home and brand new shiny shinies, Fight Club 2, How To Talk To Girls At Parties and Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children that will be knocking around the charts for some time.