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Further Numbercrunching DC Comics And Marvel In September 2011

Further Numbercrunching DC Comics And Marvel In September 2011

I've spend the afternoon numbercrunching this.. but the results also justifying the plus 200,000 and plus 100,000 figures given to books by DC Comics when you consider that Britain adds around 15% onto sales reported by Diamond, and last month, Fear Itself #5 was listed by Diamond at around 90,000 without Suddenly it all fits[...]

Numbercrunching The New York Times Bestseller List For Comics

Numbercrunching The New York Times Bestseller List For Comics

Through Diamond, in comic stores nationally, we know that Marvel dominates the shelves. DC has begun to close the gap between the two of late, but it is still rather large. But in bookstores it seems a little different. Take the New York Times bestseller list which helpfully provides top ten charts for comics, paperback […]

Numbercrunching DC June 2011 Solicitations

Numbercrunching DC June 2011 Solicitations

On with the numbercrunching New stats in bold, old stats below.June:  67 books – 64 titles at $2.99 (20 pages of story),2 titles at $3.99 (30 pages of story), 1 at $5.99 (70 pages of story)Complete cost: $205.33 for 1410 pages of story content ($14.6 cents a page)December: 56 books – 33 titles[...]

NumberCrunching: CLiNT #6

NumberCrunching: CLiNT #6

Cost: 3.99. Cost per comics page: 5 1/2 pence. Old comic book pages: 59 – Twenty-four pages of Superior #1, twelve pages of American Jesus, twelve pages of Turf #4, eleven pages of The Pro. New comic book pages: 13 – Nine pages of Kick Ass 2 #2, four pages of Ian Rankin and Stephen […]