Comics in General Diamond Comic Distributors 

2017 Officially First Down Year Since 2011 Comic Sales

It’s official official. Direct Market comic book sales fell year-to-year for the first time since 2011, with 2017 finishing up about 10% off from 2016. According to figures released by Diamond Comic Distributors Friday morning, DC Comics led the Direct Market in dollar share, powered by the two best-selling comic books of the month – Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s… Read More
Comics in General 

Year 2011 Marvel Lead in Comic Book Sales DC Close Second

Marvel Comics was the leading publisher in Retail Dollar and Unit Market Shares based on total sales of comics, graphic novels and magazines to comic book specialty stores in 2011, according to Diamond Comic Distributors. Justice League #1 was the top seller for the year, with more than 230,000 copies sold to North American retailers across several printings. The top winners… Read More
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Comics in Review 2011 at Comics Talk

2011 has come and gone but not without some outstanding comic book publications. While DC Comics and Marvel were the top sellers there was some great work done in other publishing comic companies. Dark Horse Comics led with the death of Hellboy in Hellboy the Fury #3 while comic heroes tend not to ever die in the comic book world Mike… Read More
Marvel 

Silver Surfer #1 2011 Preview

The Silver Surfer is a Marvel Comics superhero created by Jack Kirby. The character first appears in Fantastic Four #48 (March 1966), the first of a three-issue arc that fans call “The Galactus Trilogy”. Originally, Norrin Radd, a young astronomer of the planet Zenn-La, made a bargain with the cosmic entity Galactus, pledging to serve as his herald in order… Read More
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The Goon Movie (2011) Release?

SEE UPDATE ON THIS STORY HERE For those who don’t read Dark Horse you would not know The Goon. The Goon is a comic book series by Eric Powell. The series has a paranormal slant, with the average story concerning ghosts, ghouls, skunk-apes with an unnatural hunger for pie, extra-dimensional aliens, and mad scientists. The Goon debuted in Dreamwalker #0… Read More