Top 10 Comic Books For January 2017
Diamond released their info for January comic book sales including graphic novels, books, toys and games.
Diamond Announces Top Products For January 2017
(BALTIMORE, MD) — (February 17, 2017) —Roberto da Costa and A.I.M. form a new Avengers team and battle the Secret Empire in Al Ewing, Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, and Jesus Aburtov's U.S.Avengers #1 from Marvel Comics, January's best-selling comic book according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world's largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.
Marvel Comics was January’s top publisher with a 37.09% dollar share and a 42.62% unit share. DC Entertainment was the month's number two publisher with a 28.93% dollar share and a 31.33% unit share. At number three was Image Comics with a 9.82% dollar share and a 9.36% unit share. IDW Publishing was fourth with a 5.25% dollar share and a 3.45% unit share, followed by Dark Horse Comics with a 4.04% dollar share and a 2.91% unit share.
Marvel Comics had three titles in the top ten. In addition to U.S.Avengers #1, Cullen Bunn and Steve McNiven's Monsters Unleashed #1 ranked #8 and Dan Slott, Christos Gage, Giuseppe Camuncoli, and Cam Smith's Amazing Spider-Man #23 ranked #9. DC Entertainment had six titles among the top ten, led by Tom King and Mitch Gerads' Batman #14 at #2, followed by King and Gerads' Batman #15 at #3; Tom Taylor and Stephen Byrne's Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1, a co-publication with BOOM! Studios, at #4; Scott Snyder and Jock's All-Star Batman #6 at #6; Joshua Williamson, Jesus Merino, and Andy Owens' Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #3 at #7; and Tim Seeley and Christian Duce's Justice League #12 at #10. Rounding out the top ten, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead #162 ranked #5. Among the premier publishers, IDW Publishing's top book was Batman/TMNT Adventures #3, a co-publication with DC Entertainment, at #99. Finally, Dark Horse Comics' Serenity: No Power in the 'Verse #4, based on Joss Whedon's film Serenity, was their top book of the month at #133.
Tom King and Jason Fabok's Batman Volume 1: I Am Gotham from DC Entertainment, a collection of the first Batman story arc of DC Rebirth, was January's best-selling graphic novel. DC Entertainment had five titles among the top ten, all from DC Rebirth -- The Flash Volume 1: Lightning Strikes Twice ranked #3, Superman Volume 1: Son of Superman ranked #4, Justice League Volume 1: The Extinction Machine ranked #6, and Green Arrow Volume 1: The Life and Death of Oliver Queen ranked #9. Image Comics had four titles in the top ten -- Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' Kill or Be Killed Volume 1 ranked #2, Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga Volume 1 ranked #5, Vaughan and Cliff Chiang's Paper Girls Volume 1 ranked #7, and Jonathan Hickman and Tomm Coker's The Black Monday Murders Volume 1: All Hail God Mammon ranked #10. Finally, Marjorie M. Liu and Mark Brooks' Star Wars: Han Solo from Marvel Comics ranked #8.
Lisa Yee's DC Super Hero Girls: Batgirl at Super Hero High, a young readers novel based on DC Entertainment's Super Hero Girls franchise published by Random House Books for Young Readers, was January's best-selling book.
Diamond Select Toys' Marvel Select: Doctor Strange Movie Action Figure, recreating Benedict Cumberbatch's portrayal of the Sorcerer Supreme, was January's best-selling toy product. In total, Diamond Select had four products in the top ten, including the Marvel Gallery: Spider-Man PVC Figure at #5, the Marvel Select: Cable Action Figure at #7, and the Ghostbusters Select Series 4 Action Figures at #10.
4D Cityscape's Batman: Gotham City Puzzle, a 3-dimensional puzzle of Batman's base of operations, was January's best-selling game product and one of the manufacturer's four products among the top ten. IDW Publishing's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shadows of the Past Board Game ranked #6 for the month, and their Machi Koro: Bright Lights Big City Board Game ranked #9.