Our March 2020 comics sales estimates are now online, giving us the clearest picture we’ve gotten yet of the weeks leading into the commercial shutdown caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. Click to read more about the state of the market during this historic period.
Spider-Woman #1 was the bestseller with more than 142,000 copies moved in North America, whereas Batman #91 and #90 moved into second and third places respectively once the cardstock variants were included. We’ve set up our 2020 so far page to reflect merged totals on all such issues; we’ve now set those pages to default to the fused versions, but you can still click the other columns to sort the pages the original way.
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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