Market Reports, Holiday Bestseller Charts, More
Posted by Milton Griepp on March 4, 2019 @ 7:18 am CT
For more on the contents of this issue, which includes our report on the 2018 holiday season and our first read on full-year market trends for both the comics and graphic novel and game markets, see "A Decade of Growth through 2018." Internal Correspondence #95 covers the hobby game and comics and graphic novel (including manga) markets, with Top Franchise charts for Fall 2018, Game Pick Hits to Click for Summer 2018, and graphic novel reviews.
ICv2 published its hobby game Top Games charts for the Fall season in the new issue, covering all five categories:
For the lists of the bestselling Collectible Games in the hobby channel, mass channel, and overall, click here.
For the bestselling Board Games in the hobby channel, click here.
For the bestselling Card/Dice Games in the hobby channel, click here.
For the bestselling hobby channel Non-Collectible Miniature lines, click here.
For the bestselling hobby channel RPGs, click here.
For the graphic novels bestseller charts, see:
Top 10 Author Graphic Novel Franchises – Fall 2018
Top 10 Kids/YA Graphic Novel Franchises – Fall 2018
Top 10 Manga Franchises – Fall 2018
Top 10 Superhero Graphic Novel Franchises – Fall 2018
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