Dav Pilkey and Raina Telgemeier Take Top Eight Slots
January 31, 2018
Two creators had an incredible impact on the kids graphic novel chart for 2017, with Dav Pilkey and Raina Telgemeier taking the top eight slots.
'Wings of Fire' a Strong Debut
February 9, 2018
The first graphic novel tied to the Tui T. Sutherland middle-grade novel series Wings of Fire was released in January, and it topped everything except the all-powerful Dog Man, from Dav Pilkey, which took the top three slots.
Quantities Pick Up in March
April 9, 2018
Kids graphic novel sales in March showed a dramatic upturn over February.
Sales Up All Down the Line
July 16, 2018
Sales on most of the Top 20 Kids graphic novels were helped by the sales and relatively high MSRP of a new title.
'The Black Panther' Only 3rd Film to Earn $700 Million in North America
August 5, 2018
After a solid, but somewhat underwhelming debut, given the film’s critical pedigree and pre-release buzz, the Tom Cruise-starring Mission: Impossible - Fallout demonstrated some strong staying power.
'Ant Man and the Wasp' Tops the Global Market
August 26, 2018
John Chu’s romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians dipped just 5.7% in its second weekend as it easily took the domestic box office crown, while Marvel Studios' Ant-Man and the Wasp was surprisingly the highest-earning film in the world this weekend.
New Line for Younger Readers
November 29, 2018
IDW Publishing is incentivizing retailers to carry its new Marvel Action all-ages series by making issue #1 fully returnable.
Column by Steve Bennett
September 25, 2019
This week, Steve Bennett continues into the use of space stories in comics today, and discusses the changes made to the Fantastic Four, for better or for worse.
Terri Libenson, PopularMMOs Make Big Moves
November 4, 2019
Two HarperCollins kids franchises moved into the top five kids franchises over the summer.
Cute Animals Doing Funny Things for Young Readers, Slice-of-Life for Middle-Grade, and Sequels and Series for Everyone
April 27, 2020
In kids graphic novels for the rest of 2020, we see cute animals doing funny things for young readers, slice-of-life for middle-grade, and sequels and series for everyone.