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Comic Book Sales For November 2017

Comic Book Sales For November 2017

Diamond released their comic book sales charts and info for the month of November.

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Diamond Announces Top Products for November 2017

 

(BALTIMORE, MD) — (December 15, 2017) —Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s long-awaited Doomsday Clock #1 from DC Entertainment brings the Watchmen characters and the DC Universe together for the first time and was the best-selling comic book of November 2017 according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.

In addition to the regular edition of Doomsday Clock #1, DC Entertainment had eight titles in the top ten; the lenticular cover edition of Doomsday Clock #1 ranked #2; followed by Dark Nights: Metal tie-ins The Batman Who Laughs #1 at #3 and Batman Lost #1 at #4; Tom King and Joëlle Jones’ Batman #35 at #5; Batman #34 at #6; Metal tie-in Batman: The Devastator #1 at #7; and King, Lee Weeks, and Michael Lark’s Batman Annual #2 at #9. Marvel Comics had two titles in the top ten — Mark Waid and Chris Samnee’s Captain America #695 at #8 and Kieron Gillen and Salvador Larroca’s Star Wars #38 at #10. Among the premier publishers, Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead #173 was Image Comics’ top book at #14, Dark Horse Comics’ Neil Gaiman’s American Gods: Shadows #9 was their top book at #119, and IDW Publishing’s Star Wars Adventures #4 was their top book at #135.

Marvel Comics was November’s top publisher in dollars with a 34.29% dollar share and a 34.52% unit share. DC Entertainment was the month’s top publisher in units with 39.37% unit share and a 33.71% dollar share. In third was Image Comics with an 8.07% dollar share and an 8.26% unit share. In fourth was IDW Publishing with a 4.04% dollar share and a 3.66% unit share, followed by Dynamite Entertainment with a 2.20% dollar share and a 2.15% unit share, then Dark Horse Comics with a 2.08% dollar share and a 1.53% unit share.

Charles Soule and Giuseppe Camuncoli explore the transformation of Anakin Skywalker into the inhuman cyborg Darth Vader in Marvel Comics’ Star Wars: Darth Vader Volume 1: Imperial Machine, the best-selling graphic novel of November. Also in the top ten for Marvel Comics are Cullen Bunn and Dakbor’s Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe… Again at #2; the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Movie Adaptation at #6; Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Captain Phasma at #7; and Star Wars: Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir, reprinting the 2014 Dark Horse Comics mini-series set in the new canon, at #9. DC Entertainment had four titles in the top ten: The Flash Volume 4: Running Scared at #3, Wonder Woman Volume 4: Godwatch at #4, Superman Volume 4: Black Dawn at #8, and Justice League Volume 4: Endless at #10. Finally, Oni Press’ Rick and Morty Volume 1 ranked #5.

Dynamite Entertainment’s Undisputed Street Fighter, a behind the scenes look at Capcom’s fighting video game franchise, was November’s best-selling book. Also of note, Dark Horse Comics’ The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia returned to the top ten at #5 and Legacy: An Off-Color Novella for You to Color, featuring a story by Fight Club‘s Chuck Palahniuk, ranked #8. IDW Publishing’s Bernie Wrightson Artifact Edition ranked #7. Image Comics’ The Walking Dead Adult Coloring Book ranked #9.

Bandai America reintroduced customers to virtual pets with the Chibi Tamagotchi, the best-selling toy product of November. Funko had two items in the top ten, both PREVIEWS Exclusive POP! Rides: Marvel Classic Ghost Rider Vinyl Figures, with the glow-in-the-dark edition ranking #2 and the regular edition ranking #3. Kotobukiya also had two items in the top ten, the Marvel Now: Venom ArtFX Statue at #4 and the Marvel Premier Collection: Psylocke Statue at #10. DC Collectibles had four items in the top ten: the DC Icons: “Death of Superman” Doomsday Vs. Superman Deluxe Action Figure 2-Pack at #5, the Justice League Movie: Batman Statue at #6, the Bat Signal Prop at #7, and the Justice League Movie: Superman Statue at #9. Finally, Diamond Select Toys’ Batman: The Animated Series: Harley Quinn 25th-Anniversary Deluxe PVC Figure ranked #9.

Paizo Publishing’s Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Wilderness Sourcebook was November’s best-selling game product and one of the nine Paizo products in the top ten. Also in the top ten, NECA/WizKids’ DC HeroClix: Harley Quinn and the Gotham Girls Booster Brick ranked #2.

November 2017 Comic Book Sales

November 2017 Comic Book Sales

November 2017 Comic Book Sales