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Marvel Has Eight Of The Top Ten Titles
July 15, 2003
Diamond Comic Distributors' tally of comics shipped during June showed declines in nineteen of the top 25 comics. Only four comics out of the top 25 showed gains and they were all Marvels.
Sales Estimates for June Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
July 15, 2003
These are estimates of the sales by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during June 2003.
Image Schedules 2nd Printing, Marvel Preps 'Must Have'
July 10, 2003
A couple of high profile comic series have completely sold out their most recent offerings prompting Image to schedule a second edition of G.I. Joe Vs. Transformers #1 and Marvel to collect the sold-out issues #34 and #35 of the Ultimate X-Men into a Marvel Must Have reprint.
Proposes Some New Codes
July 8, 2003
Mark Welch of Comic Cubicle in Williamsburg, Virginia saw Marvel's new ratings and has these tongue in cheek proposals for additional codes.
Look at X-Men!
July 6, 2003
Bernie 'Burn' Sterner of Hermkes Roman-Boutique (Comic and Fantasy Bookstore) in Wurzburg, Germany saw Rich (Dreamland) Biedrzycki's comments on the scale of the Harry Potter phenomenon and issued this rejoinder.
Full Line Incentive Gone
July 6, 2003
Michael Tierney, with two stores in and around Little Rock, Arkansas notes a change in the Marvel terms and describes his reaction.
June 24, 2003
Rich Biedrzycki of Dreamland Comics in Schaumburg, Illinois wonders why Harry Potter sells better than comics.
From X3D Technologies
June 23, 2003
Marvel Comics has announced a licensing agreement to produce 3-D comics based on more than 50 Marvel superheroes.
'Comic Book Movie Guerilla Marketing Campaign'
June 22, 2003
Mike Banks of Samurai Comics in Phoenix, Arizona has a low-cost promotion to market to fans of comic movies.
Three Number Ones In The Top 25
June 18, 2003
The power of the #1 issue was on display in the list of the Top 300 comics shipped in May.
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