The comics sales estimates for July 2007 are now online here at The Comics Chronicles.
TOP 300 UNIT SALES
7.64 million copies, up 3% from last July
2007 YTD: 49.77 million copies, up 6% from 2006 YTD
TOP 300 DOLLAR SALES
$24.02 million, up 6% from last July
2007 YTD: $156.6 million, up 9% from 2006 YTD
TOP 100 TRADE PAPERBACKS
$4.37 million, up 1% from last July
2007 YTD: $32.31 million, up 23% from 2006 YTD
COMBINED TOP 300 COMICS & TOP 100 TRADES
$28.39 million, up 5% from last July
2007 YTD: $188.9 million, up 12% from 2006 YTD
OVERALL DIAMOND SALES (including all comics, TPBs, and magazines)
$36.82 million, up 5% from last July
2007 YTD: $246.93 million, up 10% from 2006 YTD
Marvel’s Top 300 Comics unit and dollar sales were slightly higher than in May 2007, breaking that month’s 11-year record in those two categories.
Comichron founder John Jackson Miller has tracked the comics industry for more than 25 years, including a decade editing the industry’s retail trade magazine; he is the author of several guides to comics, as well as more than a hundred comic books for various franchises.
He is the author of novels including Star Wars: Kenobi, Star Wars: A New Dawn, Star Trek: Discovery – The Enterprise War, and his latest release, Star Trek: Discovery – Die Standing. Read more about them at his fiction site.
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