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Market Share data based on Total Sales for products invoiced in June 2014, with Marvel Comics the top publisher in both the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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Batman confronts the Riddler in the penultimate chapater of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's retelling of Batman's origins, "Zero Year," in Batman #32 from DC Entertainment, the best-selling comic book in June.
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A magical accident by Sabrina the Teenage Witch unleashes the zombie apocalypse in Riverdale, USA and sends Archie Andrews and his friends scrambling for safety in Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francisco Francavilla's Afterlife with Archie Volume 1: Escape from Riverdale from Archie Comics, the best-selling graphic novel in June.
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Based on John Carpenter's cult 1980s hit Big Trouble in Little China with star Kurt Russell, BOOM! Studios' Big Trouble in Little Trouble #1 from writer Eric Powell and artist Brian Chruilla was June's best-selling non-premier comic book. An accident with a magic spell unleashes the zombie apocalypse on Riverdale, USA, and Archie and his friends have to survive in Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francisco Francavilla's Afterlife with Archie Volume 1: Escape from Riverdale, June's best-selling non-premier graphic novel.
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Sonic and his friends go on the run in Sonic the Hedgehog #261 from Archie Comics, the best-selling small press comic book for June. Archie and his friends flee the zombie apocalypse in Afterlife with Archie Volume 1: Escape from Riverdale from Archie Comics, the month's top small press graphic novel.
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Kazuo Koike and Hideki Mori's New Lone Wolf & Cub Volume 1 from Dark Horse Comics was June's best-selling manga.
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Based on a design by Ant Lucia that evokes 1940s-era pin-up artwork, the sultry Dc Bombshells: Black Canary Statue from DC Collectibles was June's best-selling toy product.
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The Booster Brick for Wave 1 of NECA/WizKids' DC HeroClix: War of Light Expansion was the best-selling games product in June.
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Presenting June 2014'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 May 2014, with Marvel Comics the top publisher in both the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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The murder of Uatu the Watcher threatens to reveal long-buried secrets and sends Earth's heroes on a mission to discover the culprit in Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato's Original Sin #1 from Marvel Comics, the best-selling comic book for May.
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The early years of Batman are chronicled in Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman Volume 4: Zero Year: Secret City from DC Entertainment, the best-selling graphic novel in May.
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The zombie apocalypse continues to ravage Riverdale, USA in Archie Comics' Afterlife with Archie #5, the best-selling non-premier comic book of May. The first collected edition of Jonathan Hickman's God Is Dead from Avatar Press was the month's best-selling non-premier graphic novel.
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Riverdale, USA continues to be ravaged by the zombie apocalypse in Archie Comics' Afterlife with Archie #5, May's best-selling small press comic book. Box Brown's biography of a legend, Andre the Giant: Life and Legend, for :01 First Second was the month's best-selling small-press graphic novel.
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Dark Horse Comics' Blade of the Immortal Volume 29: Beyond Good and Evil was May's best-selling manga to comic book specialty retailers.
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DC Collectibles launched a new line of artist-designed action figures in May, and the DC Comics Designer Series 1: Greg Capullo: Batman Action Figure was the month's best-selling toy product.
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The Merc with a Mouth joins the miniatures gaming table with WizKids/NECA's Marvel HeroClix: Deadpool Booster Brick, the best-selling games product for May.
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Presenting May 2014'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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Everybody likes to see how their favorites measure up over time, so we're happy to provide these archives of the top-selling comics and graphic novels charts, broken down by month, going all the way back to 2002!