Comic Book Sales For July 2017


comic book sales july 2017

Diamond released their comic books sales info and charts for the month of July 2017. 

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The mystery deepens for Batman and his allies in Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Andy Kubert, Jim Lee, and John Romita, Jr.’s Dark Days: The Casting #1 from DC Entertainment, the prelude to their Dark Nights: Metal event and the best-selling comic book of July 2017 according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.

Marvel Comics was July’s top publisher with a 36.89% dollar share and a 39.53% unit share. DC Entertainment was second in July with a 26.94% dollar share and a 31.15% unit share. In third was Image Comics with an 11.47% dollar share and a 9.73% unit share. In fourth was IDW Publishing with a 3.83% dollar share and a 3.26% unit share, followed by Dark Horse Comics with a 3.40% dollar share and a 2.55% unit share.

DC Entertainment had three titles among the top ten. In addition to Dark Days: The Casting #1, Tom King and Mikel Janin’s Batman #26, the second chapter of “The War of Jokes and Riddles,” ranked #3 and King and Clay Mann’s Batman #27, the third chapter in the storyline, ranked #4. Marvel Comics had six titles in the top ten, led by Charles Soule and Jim Cheung’s Astonishing X-Men #1 at #2, followed by Nick Spencer and Leinil Francis Yu’s Secret Empire #6 at #5, Spencer and Andrea Sorrentino’s Secret Empire #7 at #6, Jason Aaron and Salvador Larroca’s Star Wars #33 at #7, Cullen Bunn and Dalibor Talajic’s Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe Again #1 at #8, and Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli’s Spider-Men II #1 at #10. Image Comics rounded out the top ten with Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s The Walking Dead #169 at #9. Among the premier publishers, Dark Horse Comics’ Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: Shadows #5 was their top book at #94, while IDW Publishing’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Usagi Yojimbo One-Shot was the publisher’s top ranked book at #145.

MonstressVolume 2, the second volume in Marjorie M. Liu and Sana Takeda’s steampunk meets kaiju series from Image Comics, was July’s best-selling graphic novel. Image Comics had three titles total among the top ten, including Curse Words Volume 1 at #4 and Black Science Volume 6 at #9. Oni Press’ Rick and Morty Volume 1 returned to the top ten at #2 for the month. Marvel Comics’ Star Wars Volume 5: Yoda’s Secret War ranked #3. DC Comics had two titles in the top ten: The Flash Volume 3: Rogues Reloaded ranked #5 and Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ranked #7. Dark Horse Comics had two titles in the top ten as well; The Legend of Korra Volume 1: Turf Wars Part 1 ranked #6 and Serenity Volume 5: No Power in the ‘Verse ranked #10. IDW Publishing’s Batman/TMNT Adventures ranked #8 for the month.

Gemstone Publishing’s The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide Volume 47, the latest edition of the venerable comic book resource, was the best-selling book of July; the softcover edition ranked #1 for the month, the hardcover edition ranked #2, and the spiral-bound Big! Big! edition ranked #8. BOOM! Studios’ Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal Tales ranked #3 for the month. Dark Horse Comics’ Lead Poisoning: The Pencil Art of Geof Darrow, an art book devoted to the work of the artist behind Hard Boiled and Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot, ranked #4.

A fan-favorite video game character, Princess Zelda, was brought to life by Good Smile for their Legend of Zelda: Princess Zelda Figma, the best-selling toy product of July. DC Collectibles had three products among the top ten: the Superman: The Animated Series: Superman & Lois Lane Action Figure 2-Pack ranked #3, the DC Designer Series: Wonder Woman by Adam Hughes Statue ranked #4, and the Harley Quinn: Black, White, and Red Statue by Terry Dodson ranked #7. Diamond Select Toys also had three products in the top ten: the Marvel Gallery: Gwenpool PVC Figure ranked #6, the Marvel Gallery: Classic Iron Man PVC Figure ranked #9, and the Batman 1966: Shakespeare Head Bust Bank ranked #10.

WizKids/NECA celebrated the fifteenth-anniversary of the debut of the HeroClix miniatures game with the DC HeroClix: 15th-Anniversary Elseworlds Booster Brick, the best-selling game product of July. IDW Publishing had two products in the top ten: the perennial best-selling Machi Koro Card Game at #6 and the King of Creepies Game at #9.

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