Diamond Announces Top Products for February 2019
Infected by the Joker’s toxin, Batman faces the Grim Knight in Scott Snyder and Jock's The Batman Who Laughs #3 from DC, the best-selling comic book of February 2019 according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world's largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.
Marvel Comics was February's top publisher, leading in dollar share with 40.20% and unit share with 44.48%. DC was second, with a dollar share of 28.69% and unit share of 30.64%. Image Comics was third, with a 9.49% dollar share and a 9.30% unit share. Dark Horse Comics was fourth with a 3.25% dollar share and a 2.58% unit share, followed by Dynamite Entertainment with a 2.58% dollar share and a 2.35% unit share, then IDW Publishing with a 2.55% dollar share and a 2.20% unit share, and BOOM! Studios with a 2.38% dollar share and a 2.26% unit share.
DC had five titles in the top ten, including Joshua Williamson and Guillem March's Batman #64 at #2; Williamson and March's Batman #65 at #3; Tom King, Mitch Gerads, and Clay Mann's Heroes in Crisis #6 at #5; and Williamson and Rafael Sandoval's The Flash #64 at #8. Marvel Comics also had five titles among the top ten: Donny Cates and Ryan Stegman's Venom #11 ranked #4, Nick Spencer and Chris Bachalo's Amazing Spider-Man #15 ranked #6, Matthew Rosenberg and Salvador Larroca's Uncanny X-Men #12 ranked #7, Rosenberg and Larroca's Uncanny X-Men #11 ranked #9, and Avengers: No Road Home #1 from an all-star line-up of writers and artists ranked #10. Among the premier publishers, Image Comics' The Walking Dead #188 ranked #28, BOOM! Studios' Buffy the Vampire Slayer #2 ranked #71, Dynamite Entertainment's Red Sonja #1 ranked #98, Dark Horse Comics' William Gibson's Alien 3 #4 ranked #133, and IDW Publishing's Sonic the Hedgehog #13 ranked #144.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads' critically-acclaimed Mister Miracle from DC was February’s best-selling graphic novel. Marvel Comics had a strong month in February with seven titles among the top ten, led by Christos Gage and Clayton Crain's Spider-Geddon at #2. Chelsea Cain and Kate Miemczyk'sMan-Eaters Volume 1 from Image Comics also made the top ten, ranked #7.
BBC Books' Doctor Who: Scratchmen, an original novel by beloved Doctor Who actor Tom Baker based on his 1970s screenplay, was February's best-selling book.
Based on the character from DC’s Dark Nights: Metal currently starring in his own mini-series, thePOP! DC Comics: The Batman Who Laughs Vinyl Figure from Funko, a PREVIEWS exclusive, was the best-selling toy product of February. Diamond Select Toys' Marvel Gallery: Squirrel Girl PVC Figure ranked #5. DC Collectibles had four products in the top ten, led by the DC Designer Series: Nightwing & Batman by Ryan Sook Statue at #6.
Based on the anime sensation, Shinobi 7's My Hero Academia: The Card Game was February's best-selling game product. Paizo Publishing had a strong month with four products in the top ten; thePathfinder Pawns: Bestiary Box was their top product at #3. IDW Games had two products in the top ten, led by the Sonic the Hedgehog: Crash Course Board Game at #7.
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