The debut issue of New Mutants moved more than 138,000 copies to stores in North America as part of Marvel‘s X-Men relaunch in November. The month saw increases in both units and dollars for bot the comics and the graphic novel category.
Click to see the full comics sales estimates for November 2019.
The split covers on DC’s titles for the month resulted in a number of titles improving in our charts, which again provide the option of fusing together such titles: Batman #82 entered the top five as a result.
No comics gained changed position in the Top 5 for the year so far; X-Men #1 gained some ground on Black Cat #1 but did not pass it. We’ll see where it winds up after December’s orders.
Click to see the bestselling comic books of 2019 so far.
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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