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Sales Rankings (Units and Dollars) Based on Comic Store POS Data
October 9, 2020
These are unit and dollar sales rankings based on sales tracked at point-of-sale by the ComicHub system at stores selling American comics around the world.
Sales Rankings (Units and Dollars) Based on Comic Store POS Data
November 12, 2020
These are unit and dollar sales rankings based on sales tracked at point-of-sale by the ComicHub system at stores selling American graphic novels around the world.
Sales Rankings (Units and Dollars) Based on Comic Store POS Data
December 15, 2020
These are unit and dollar sales rankings based on sales tracked at point-of-sale at stores selling American graphic novels around the world.
Sales Rankings (Units and Dollars) Based on Comic Store POS Data
January 6, 2021
These are unit and dollar sales rankings based on sales tracked at point-of-sale by the ComicHub system at stores selling American comics around the world.
Sales Rankings (Units and Dollars) Based on Comic Store POS Data
February 8, 2021
These are unit and dollar sales rankings based on sales tracked at point-of-sale by the ComicHub system at stores selling American comics around the world.
Highest Sales Per Volume
March 2, 2021
We took a look at manga sales across channels to develop guidance for retailers on the manga franchises with the best bang per title slot in the store.
Plus: New Animal Crossing, Pokemon Titles
March 3, 2021
VIZ Media will publish Star Wars: The High Republic: Edge of Balance, a new Junji Ito collection, a new Animal Crossing volume, new Pokemon titles, and more.
Sales Rankings (Units and Dollars) Based on Comic Store POS Data
March 9, 2021
These are unit and dollar sales rankings based on sales tracked at point-of-sale by the ComicHub system at stores selling American comics around the world.
Geek TV News Update
December 5, 2018
Hulu makes a major deal with FUNimation, Pennyworth and The Mandalorian casts grow, and more in the latest geek TV news.
Column by Rob Salkowitz
April 26, 2021
In this week's column, Rob Salkowitz explains why "the media adaptations of the great younger readers and YA comics classics of this generation are a slow fuse leading to a large pile of dynamite."
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