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Market Share data based on Total Sales for products invoiced in 2015, with Marvel Comics the top publisher in both the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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Star Wars returned to Marvel Comics in a big way in 2015 as Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's Star Wars #1 was the best-selling comic book of the year.
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Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' epic sci-fi story from Image Comics, Saga Volume 4, was the best-selling graphic novel for 2015.
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Based on the animated series Bravest Warriors, BOOM! Studios' one-shot Bravest Warriors: Tales from the Holo John was the best-selling non-premier comic book of 2015. BOOM! Studios' Lumberjanes Volume 1 was 2015's best-selling non-premier graphic novel and one of the publisher's three titles in the top ten.
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Mark Waid and Fiona Staples' Archie #1, a relaunch of the venerable character from Riverdale, USA from Archie Comics, was 2015's best-selling small press comic book. Black Mask Comics' Young Terrorists #1 was the year's best-selling small press graphic novel.
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Originally published in the pages of Nintendo Power, the collected edition Shotaro Ishinomori's The Legend od Zelda: A Link to the Past, an adaptation of the best-selling Nintendo Entertainment System game, from VIZ Media was the best-selling manga title of 2015.
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Diamond Select Toys' Marvel Select: Deadpool Action Figure, a perennial seller from the manufacturer, was the best-selling toy product in 2015.
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Based on the Back to the Future film trilogy, which celebrated its 30th-anniversary in 2015, Diamond Select Toys' Back to the Future Monopoly, a custom edition of the venerable board game, was the best-selling game product of 2015.
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Presenting 2015's Top Sellers in the categories of Magazines, DVDs & Digital Media, Books, Trading Cards, Apparel, Prints & Posters, and Collectible Items based on total unit sales to comic book specialty shops.
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Market Share data based on Total Sales for products invoiced in December 2015, with Marvel Comics the leader in the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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The penultimate issue of Marvel Comics' groundbreaking crossover, Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic's Secret Wars #8, was December's best-selling comic book.
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Collecting the Eisner Award-winning webcomic by Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin, Image Comics' The Private Eye Deluxe Edition is the best-selling graphic novel of December.
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Oni Press' Invader Zim #5 was December's best-selling non-premier comic book. Also in the top ten for Oni was Rick & Morty #9 at #6. Black Mask Comics' We Can Never Go Home was the month's best-selling non-premier graphic novel.
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Oni Press' Invader Zim #5 was December's best-selling small press comic book. Also, Black Mask Comics' We Can Never Go Home was the month's bestselling small press graphic novel.
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Kodansha Comics' Attack on Titan Volume 17 was the best-selling manga title of December.
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Good Smile's The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker: Link Nendoroid, a recreation of the fan-favorite protagonist from the long-running video game series, was November's best-selling toy to direct market retailers.
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BOOM! Studios' Mouse Guard Roleplaying Game Boxed Set (Second Edition) was December's best-selling game.
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Presenting December 2015's Top Sellers in the categories of Magazines, DVDs & Digital Media, Books, Trading Cards, Apparel, Prints & Posters, and Collectible Items based on total unit sales to comic book specialty shops.
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Market Share data based on Total Sales for products invoiced in November 2015, with Marvel Comics the leader in the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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Gotham City's champion returns in Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert, and Klaus Janson's Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 from DC Entertainment, the best-selling comic book of November.
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Neil Gaiman returned to the world of Sandman with J.H. Williams III for DC Entertainment/Vertigo's Sandman Overture Deluxe Edition, the best-selling graphic novel of November.
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Ian Fleming's superspy James Bond returned to comics in Warren Ellis and Jason Masters' James Bond #1 from Dynamite Entertainment, the best-selling non-premier comic book of November. Vampirella #1969, also from Dynamite Entertainment, was the month's best-selling non-premier graphic novel.
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A new direction begins for the Eternal Warrior in Robert Venditti and Raul Allen's Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #1 from Valiant Entertainment, the best-selling small press comic of November. Oni Press' Rick & Morty Volume 1, a collection based on the hit animated series, was the best-selling small press graphic novel for the month.
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Hirohiko Araki's Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Battle Tendency Volume 1 from VIZ Media was the best-selling manga of November.
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Good Smile's The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker: Link Nendoroid, a recreation of the fan-favorite protagonist from the long-running video game series, was November's best-selling toy to direct market retailers.
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The worlds of the Man of the Steel and the Amazonian Princess are combined in WizKids/NECA's DC HeroClix: Superman/Wonder Woman Booster Brick, the best-selling game product in the direct specialty market for November.
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Presenting November 2015's Top Sellers in the categories of Magazines, DVDs & Digital Media, Books, Trading Cards, Apparel, Prints & Posters, and Collectible Items based on total unit sales to comic book specialty shops.
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