Wonder Woman Comic Sales Stay Strong With Highest Sustained Run In 20 Years

There have been several relaunches of Wonder Woman over the past few years, along with significant creative revamps that didn’t change the numbering, and each came with a sales bump. However, few of these sales bumps lasted for long. Generally speaking, every comic book series drifts down the chart each month without big events orContinue reading “Wonder Woman Comic Sales Stay Strong With Highest Sustained Run In 20 Years”

Wonder Woman #1 was a Top 10 Comic in June, Sold Over 100,000 Copies

DC Comics’ “Rebirth” line seems to be doing well for the publisher thus far. After months upon months of few of their titles hitting the top of the charts, DC had 7 of the 10 best selling comics in June, and 15 of the top 20. Marvel still had a considerably higher market share, butContinue reading “Wonder Woman #1 was a Top 10 Comic in June, Sold Over 100,000 Copies”

Sales For Wonder Woman Up 8% In August, Superman/Wonder Woman Up 6%

Wonder Woman #42 had a terrible July, tumbling almost 20% in the second month of DC’s mini-relaunch, while Superman/Wonder Woman #19 slipped down as well, falling 8%. But looking at the August sales numbers, things have improved for both series. After selling 36,668 copies in July, Wonder Woman came in 39th place on the chartsContinue reading “Sales For Wonder Woman Up 8% In August, Superman/Wonder Woman Up 6%”

Sales for Meredith and David Finch’s Wonder Woman Fall Significantly in July, Down Nearly 20%

The sales numbers for July are out, and DC Comics continues to struggle against Marvel and their very successful Secret Wars event. Marvel took the top spot in terms of dollars and number of units sold by a massive margin, and things are looking rather grim for the #DCYou mini-relaunch. Everyone at the DC officesContinue reading “Sales for Meredith and David Finch’s Wonder Woman Fall Significantly in July, Down Nearly 20%”

Wonder Woman’s June Sales Are Flat Despite #DCYou Push

The sales numbers for June are out, and DC Comics can’t be thrilled with the results. They’ve been talking up their June mini-relaunch for months, with their slew of new titles and dramatic changes to returning books. They started a hashtag, #DCYou, and had commercials and everything. The result? They got trounced. Marvel accounted forContinue reading “Wonder Woman’s June Sales Are Flat Despite #DCYou Push”

Sales For Wonder Woman and Superman/Wonder Woman Continued To Improve In April

For some reason, people keep buying Wonder Woman and Superman/Wonder Woman, even though both books have been uniformly terrible as of late. It’s confounding, but so it goes. In fact, sales were up for both titles in April after the books got pushed back from their original March release dates. DC tried to have allContinue reading “Sales For Wonder Woman and Superman/Wonder Woman Continued To Improve In April”

Wonder Woman Sales Rise In February, Probably For Reasons Other Than The Finches

The comic book sales figures for February 2015 are out now, and Wonder Woman #39 had a decent month. After Wonder Woman #37 dropped 27% from the debut issue of Meredith and David Finch and Wonder Woman #38 fell an additional 8%, sales for Wonder Woman #39 actually rose to 42,634 copies sold, an increaseContinue reading “Wonder Woman Sales Rise In February, Probably For Reasons Other Than The Finches”