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Subj: BatBooks August Sales And Comments
Posted: Thu Sep 16, 2010 at 11:13:34 am CDT (Viewed 221 times)
7 Batman #702 - 73,414 (76,398)
Expected. Return of Bruce Wayne + Big Name Creators = Big Sales.
25 Batman: Odyssey #2 - 47,675 (61,827)
Wow, I'm surprised this is selling so well.
38 Detective Comics #868 - 38,682 (40,371)
They need a revamp of Detective, clearly. I don't know what's going on in the book, and that's a problem.
47 Red Robin #15 - 34,709 (35,652)
I'd say this is good for a tertiary character.
50 Superman/Batman #75 - 34,324 (30,847)
This used to be a top selling book and they even had a quasi-anniversary issue here. Not good!
56 Batman Beyond #3 - 31,469 (31,397)
Amazing that Batman Beyond is selling so well. Is it good?
66 Batgirl #13 - 27,247 (28,011)
I'm a little bummed by this number. I think long term this doesn't bode well, but it's safe for at least another year.
81 Red Hood: Lost Days #3 - 24,701 (26,560)
Mini-series, pretty standard.
82 Gotham City Sirens #15 - 24,589 (25,315)
This is beyond tertiary, so I'm not surprised.
85 Batman: Streets of Gotham #15 - 24,171 (24,767)
Likewise to Gotham City Sirens. They don't flood the market with bat books at all.
122 Batman Confidential #47 - 14,341 (14,718)
Nope, not flooded.
164 Azrael #11 - 8,930 (9,223)
This is dead as a doornail. Which is a bummer. Azrael is a great memory from the 90s. I don't know how they can expect him to carry his own book nowdays though.
210 Batman: Brave & The Bold #20 - 6,244 (6,489)
Kid's book. Thesee seem to have different standards.
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