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Top Comics – Previous Three Months

• OCTOBER 2012

• SEPTEMBER 2012

• AUGUST 2012

NOVEMBER 2012

Well guys, Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. announced the comic book and graphic novel sales figures for the month of November.

Before we get to the nitty-gritty of which of the big two won, let’s first start with the news that all comic fans need to hear…  we had a slightly good showing from all the comic book companies when compared to November 2011.

PREVIEWSworld shared this:

Marvel Comics was November’s leading publisher in both Retail Dollars and Unit Market Share, leading DC Entertainment 34.35% to 30.04% in dollars and 40.23% to 33.25% in units.

And The Comic Chronicles had this to say about the quantity shipped:

Every issue in the Top 10 had orders over 100,000 copies. (Over 110,000, actually.) This appears to be the first time there have been ten comic books with orders in six-digits since July 2007.

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To sum it all up my fellow fanboys and fangirls, it was an alright month that was once again lead strongly by Marvel NOW! (dollar)(unit) 288  x 166 Overall Marvel won the month taking in 34.35% of November’s comic revenues, while DC brought-in 30.04%.  Image Comics (7.70%) lead the pack of independent publishers, followed by IDW Publishing (5.60%), Dark Horse Comics (4.72%), Dynamite Entertainment (3.71%), Boom! Studios (1.90%), Eaglemoss Publications (1.40%), ViZ Media (1.33%) and Random House (0.97%).  Overall the independent companies took-in about 35.58% of the market.  Marvel held the highest volume of comics on store shelves, putting out about 40.23%, followed by DC‘s 33.25%.

The Top 20 Comic Books for November 2012:

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1. ALL NEW X-MEN #1 (MARVEL)

2. BATMAN #14 (DC)

3. CAPTAIN AMERICA #1 (MARVEL)

4. DEADPOOL #1 (MARVEL)

5. INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK #1 (MARVEL)

6. IRON MAN #1 (MARVEL)

7. FANTASTIC FOUR #1 (MARVEL)

8. UNCANNY AVENGERS #2 (MARVEL)

9. JUSTICE LEAGUE #14 (DC)

10. THOR: GOD OF THUNDER #1 (MARVEL)

11. ALL NEW X-MEN #1 (MARVEL)

12. X-MEN LEGACY #1 (MARVEL)

13. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #698 (MARVEL)14. FF #1 (MARVEL)

15. MY LITTLE PONY: FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC #1 (IDW)

16. GREEN LANTERN #14 (DC)

17. BATGIRL #14 (DC)

18. BATMAN AND ROBIN #14 (DC)

19. DETECTIVE COMICS #14 (DC)

20. IRON MAN #2 (MARVEL)

To see extended rankings please click here.

The Top 20 Graphic Novels for November 2012:

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The Walking Dead Vol. 17: Something to Fear

1. THE WALKING DEAD VOLUME 17: SOMETHING TO FEAR TP (IMAGE)

2. FABLES WEREWOLVES OF THE HEARTLAND HC (DC)

3. ADVENTURE TIME TP VOL 01 (BOOM!)

4. FAIREST TP VOL 01 WIDE AWAKE (DC)

5. GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO HC VOL 01 (DC)

6. AVENGERS VS X-MEN HC (MARVEL)

7. BOYS TP VOL 12 BLOODY DOORS OFF (DYNAMITE)

8. WALKING DEAD TP VOL 01 DAYS GONE BYE (IMAGE)

9. SCALPED TP VOL 10 TRAILS END (DC)

10. RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS TP VOL 01 REDEMPTION (DC)

11. SCOTT PILGRIM COLOR HC VOL 02 (ONI)

12. FLASH HC VOL 01 MOVE FORWARD (DC)

13. SAGA TP 01 (IMAGE)

14. SUPERMAN HC VOL 01 WHAT PRICE TOMORROW (N52) (DC)

15. NARUTO TP VOL 59 (VIZ)

16. UNCANNY X-FORCE TP VOL 05 OTHERWORLD (MARVEL)

17. SPIDER-MEN HC (MARVEL)

18. TOWER CHRONICLES GN VOL 02 GEISTHAWK (LEGENDARY)

19. WALKING DEAD TP VOL 02 MILES BEHIND US (IMAGE)

20. SUPERMAN EARTH ONE HC (DC)

To see extended rankings please click here.

SOURCE: PREVIEWSworld & The Comic Chronicles

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