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Holiday Releases Dominate Top 10 Cool
December 26, 2001
New products dominated the Top 10 Cool lists this month, as strong new releases timed for the holidays pushed aside older ones.
Finishing Off a Super Q4
November 29, 2001
Initial comic and graphic novel orders to Diamond from North American pop culture stores were up 7% (in dollars) over December 2000, capping off a strong year-over-year trend for the fourth quarter.
Dark Knight Strikes Again
November 29, 2001
For the first time in recent memory, initial U.S. orders on a comic title by pop culture stores have topped $1 million retail.
Quantity Estimates Based on Diamond Title Indexes and External Title Data
November 29, 2001
Estimated quantities for initial orders for comics shipping in December from pop culture stores ordering from Diamond U.S.
At $5 Each
October 29, 2001
In a move destined to arouse controversy, Marvel is bypassing Diamond and selling an 'error' edition of Elektra #3 directly to a handful of retailers across the country.
Marvel the Big Reason
October 26, 2001
Strong month-over-month trends as well as the anecdotal evidence from retailers are confirmed by an 8% year-over-year improvement between November 2000 and November 2001 dollar orders to Diamond North America from pop culture stores.
Up 6% over October
October 26, 2001
Comic and graphic novel orders were up month-to-month again in November, continuing a strong second half for North American comic sales with the largest dollar orders of the year to date.
Quantity Estimates Based on Diamond Title Indexes and External Title Data
October 26, 2001
Estimated quantities for initial orders for comics shipping in November from pop culture stores ordering from Diamond U.S.
And Will Be Marked
October 23, 2001
The second printing of 150,000 books will be identical to the first printing with the exception of a 'second printing' notation in the indicia.
Las Vegas Image Report
October 13, 2001
The first presentation at the Diamond/Alliance Retailer Summit in Las Vegas on Monday evening was Image, which led off with publisher Jim Valentino. He didn't seem too happy with the recent tone of comic industry events, at one point urging the listeners to 'stop the fingerpointing, the blaming, and the namecalling.'
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