Diamond revealed their info and charts for comic book sales for the month of February 2018 where DC and Marvel are pretty much neck and neck:
Diamond Announces Top Products for February 2018
The Dark Knights of the Dark Multiverse scour the cosmos, seeking the unlikely heroes who threaten their power in DC Entertainment’s Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1, a Dark Nights: Metal tie-in from a Scott Snyder, Grant Morrison, and an all-star line-up of creators that was February 2018’s best-selling comic book according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.
Marvel Comics was February’s top publisher with a 34.86% retailer dollar share and a 36.94% unit share. DC Entertainment was second for the month with a 31.79% dollar share and a 36.61% unit share. Image Comics was third with a 10.49% dollar share and an 10.82% unit share. In fourth was IDW Publishing with a 3.58% dollar share and a 2.63% unit share, followed by Dark Horse Comics with a 2.85% dollar share and a 1.68% unit share, Dynamite Entertainment with a 2.40% dollar share and a 2.29% unit share, and BOOM! Studios with a 2.37% dollar share and a 2.12% unit share.
DC Entertainment had four comics in the top ten. In addition to Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt #1, Batman#40 ranked #3, Batman #41 ranked #4, and Batman: White Knight #5 ranked #6. Marvel Comics had five titles in the top ten, led by Tom Taylor and Mahmud A. Asrar’s X-Men Red #1 at #2, followed by Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #300 at #7, Star Wars #43 at #8, Infinity Countdown Prime #1 at #9, and Amazing Spider-Man #796 at #10. Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead #176 from Image Comics ranked #5 for the month. Also among the premier publishers, Dynamite Entertainment’s Dejah Thoris #1 ranked #118 for the month; BOOM! Studios’ Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Coronation #1, based on the cult favorite film, was the publisher’s top book at #119; IDW Publishing’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #162 was their selling-book for February at #162; and Dark Horse Comics’ Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. 1955: The Burning Season One-Shot ranked #164.
Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ Saga Volume 8 from Image Comics was February’s best-selling graphic novel. Marvel Comics had four titles in the top ten, led by Star Wars: Doctor Aphra Volume 2 at #2, followed by Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic: Mace Windu at #5, The Despicable Deadpool Volume 1: Deadpool Kills Cable at #7, and Astonishing X-Men Volume 1: The Life of X at #9. DC Entertainment also had four titles in the top ten: DC Meets Looney Tunes at #3, Teen Titans Volume 2: The Rise of Aqualad at #4, Justice League Volume 5: Legacy at #6, and Titans Volume 3: A Judas Among Us at #8. Rounding out the top ten, Dark Horse Comics’ Neil Gaiman’s American Gods Volume 1: Shadows ranked #10.
VIZ Media’s Pokémon Seek and Find: Pikachu, an all-ages activity book based on the popular franchise, was February’s best-selling book. Also in the top ten, Dark Horse Comics’ Overwatch Anthology Volume 1, a collection of online comics and behind-the-scenes materials from the video game, ranked #6.
Based on Blizzard Entertainment’s immensely popular team shooter video game, Good Smile’s Overwatch: Mercy “Classic Skin” Nendoroid was February’s best-selling toy product. DC Collectibles had two products in the top ten: the Harley Quinn: Red White & Black by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau Statue ranked #2 and the DC Designer Series: Aquaman & Mera by Pat Gleason Statue ranked #4. Diamond Select Toys also had two products in the top ten: the Marvel Premier Collection: Venom Statue ranked #3 and the Marvel Gallery: Spider-Man Homecoming: Spider-Man PVC Figure, based on the blockbuster film, ranked #8. Also of note, two PREVIEWS exclusive Funko items placed in the month’s top ten: the POP! Hellboy: Hellboy with Excalibur Vinyl Figure ranked #5 and the POP! Rides: Marvel Comics: Classic Ghost Rider with Bike Glow-in-the-Dark Vinyl Figure ranked #7.
Adventure awaits tabletop gamers at Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters in the WizKids/NECA’s Marvel HeroClix: X-Men: Xavier’s School Booster Brick, the best-selling game product of February. Also among the top ten was IDW Games with Roar: King of the Pride at #10 for the month.