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Market Share data based on Total Sales for products invoiced in March 2014, with Marvel Comics the top publisher in both the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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The second story arc of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Zero Year" storyline came to a close in the double-sized Batman #29 from DC Entertainment, the best-selling comic book in March.
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The war between the forces of Rick and Negan clash in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead Volume 20: All Out War Part 1 from Image Comics, the best-selling graphic novel of March.
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Dynamite Entertainment relaunches the hero for the 41st-century with their revival of Gold Key's Magnus, Robot Fighter, March's best-selling non-premier comic book. Top Shelf Publishing's Nemo: Roses of Berlin, a League of Extraordinary Gentlemen spin-off from Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, 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 #4, March's best-selling small press comic book. Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's Nemo: The Roses of Berlin, a League of Extraordinary Gentlemen spin-off from Top Shelf Productions, was the month's best-selling small press graphic novel.
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Attack on Titan: Before the Fall Volume 1, Kodansha Comics' prequel to their best-selling Attack on Titan series, was March's best-selling manga title in the comic book specialty market.
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More characters from AMC's The Walking Dead are recreated for collectors with McFarlane Toy's The Walking Dead TV Series 5 Action Figures, the best-selling toy product in March.
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Based on Robert Kirkman's best-selling comic book series, USAopoly's Monopoly: The Walking Dead Survival Edition returns to the top of the sales charts as March's best-selling games product.
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Presenting March 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 February 2014, with Marvel Comics the top publisher in both the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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Flashing forward to the events of the forthcoming Batman Eternal, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, and Dustin Nguyen showed Batman and Bluebird discover the secret crime lord of Gotham City in DC Comics' Batman #28, the best-selling comic book of February.
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Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's Locke & Key came to its conclusion in February's Locke & Key Volume 6: Alpha & Omega from IDW Publishing, the best-selling graphic novel for the month.
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Dynamite Entertainment's relaunch of the classic Gold Key properties began in February with Greg Pak and Mirko Colak's Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #1, the month's best-selling Non-Premier comic book. BOOM! Studios' Adventure Time Volume 4 was the month's top-selling Non-Premier graphic novel.
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Jonathan Hickman's God Is Dead #6, the final part of the first story arc of the Avatar Press title, was the best-selling Small Press comic book in February. Rep. John Lewis' memoir of the Civil Rights Movement, Top Shelf's March Book 1, was the month's top-selling Small Press graphic novel.
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Kodansha Comics' Attack on Titan Volume 1, the first volume of the fan-favorite series, was February's best-selling manga title.
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Inspired by the pin-up artwork that graced the fusilage of World War II bombers, the DC Comics Bombshells: Batgirl Statue from DC Collectibles was February's best-selling toy prouct.
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The heroes of the 31st-century join the HeroClix gaming table with WizKids/NECA's DC HeroClix: Legion of Super-Heroes Booster Brick, the best-selling game product in February.
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Presenting February 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 January 2014, with Marvel Comics the top publisher in both the Retailer Dollar and Unit Market Share categories.
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Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's "Zero Year" exploration of Batman's earliest years continued in DC Entertainment's Batman #27, the best-selling comic book in January 2014.
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Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga Volume 1, a Hugo Award-winning, character-driven science-fiction epic from Image Comics, topped the sales charts in January as the month's best-selling graphic novel.
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Riverdale USA is ravaged by the zombie apocalypse in Archie Comics' Afterlife with Archie #3, January's best-selling Non-Premier comic book. VIZ Media's Naruto Volume 64 was January's best-selling Non-Premier graphic novel.
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VIZ Media's Naruto Volume 64 was January's best-selling manga in the direct market.
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Based on Nintendo's best-selling video game series, the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: Link Figma Action Figure from Good Smile was January's best-selling toy product to the direct market.
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USAopoly's Monopoly: The Walking Dead Survival Edition, a special edition of the board game with custom rules based on Robert Kirkman's best-selling comic book from Image Comics, was the best-selling game product in the direct market in January.
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Presenting January 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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