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X2 Down To #4
May 25, 2003
With a four-day Memorial Day weekend estimated total of $86 million, the Jim Carrey comedy Bruce Almighty delivered a convincing blow to The Matrix Reloaded .
Batman Over 150,000
May 19, 2003
Our analysis of sales to comic stores by Diamond Comic Distributors during April has dollars up nearly 5% over March and more titles up than down, with Batman sales by Diamond topping 150,000 copies.
Sales Estimates for March Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
May 20, 2003
These are estimates of the sales on graphic novels by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during April 2003.
Sales Estimates for March Based on Diamond Indexes and Publisher Title Data
May 20, 2003
These are estimates of the sales by Diamond U.S. to comic specialty stores during April 2003.
Again
May 19, 2003
Reports from around the country indicate that book chains, including Borders, Barnes & Noble, and Waldens, have Marvel Encyclopedia-Hulk on sale; it's not due to reach comic stores until Wednesday, June 4th.
X2 Slips To Third
May 17, 2003
The Matrix Reloaded earned an estimated four-day total of $135.8 million, sending it past Spider-Man's $125.9 million for the all-time best four-day cumulative box office receipts.
Two Stores in Salt Lake City
May 13, 2003
We interviewed Mimi Cruz, who has two Night Flight stores in Salt Lake City, Utah, on how she maintains good relations with her community.
Two-Store Bay Area Retailer
May 13, 2003
We interviewed Lee Hester of Lee's Comics, who has two retail locations in the San Francisco Bay area, on how he sells a wide variety of comics and maintains good relations with the community.
'Saturday Was Big'
May 7, 2003
Pat Thompson of 8th Street Books & Comics in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan shared his Free Comic Book Day experiences.
'A Great One'
May 6, 2003
Jason Bardyla of Happy Harbor Comics and Toys in Jasper, Edmonton & Calgary, Alberta sends us his take on Free Comic Book day, including some comments on publisher support.
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