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Serious

Subj: Re: Black Panther Sales Estimates to Date
Posted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 at 02:35:41 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Black Panther Sales Estimates to Date
Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 at 09:08:49 am EDT

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> Diamond released their sales charts for June and BLACK PANTHER #28 came in at No. 31. Congratulations to the creative team on a job well done.

That time of month again already: the sales estimates are in for June, and to date...

Black Panther #1 - 69,930
Black Panther #2 - 47,533
Black Panther #3 - 44,925
Black Panther #4 - 40,804
Black Panther #5 - 37,401
Black Panther #6 - 35,256
Black Panther #7 - 42,905
Black Panther #8 - 46,239
Black Panther #9 - 40,173
Black Panther #10 - 31,987
Black Panther #11 - 29,327
Black Panther #12 - 27,933
Black Panther #13 - 26,054
Black Panther #14 - 28,809
Black Panther #15 - 28,361
Black Panther #16 - 28,091
Black Panther #17 - 27,993
Black Panther #18 - 69,912
Black Panther #19 - 28,372
Black Panther #20 - 26,585
Black Panther #21 - 34,257
Black Panther #22 - 47,556
Black Panther #23 - 54,762
Black Panther #24 - 59,971
Black Panther #25 - 56,479
Black Panther #26 - 51,385
Black Panther #27 - 52,552
Black Panther #28 - 61,808

As always, from ICv2.com: http://www.icv2.com/articles/home/10906.html

Wow. The Zombie arc, apparently.

I honestly don't understand the popularity of Marvel Zombies, but the numbers don't lie.

I'll still be glad once this arc is over, though. The numbers will probably drop, but at least I'll be enjoying the stories again, knock on wood.

(It's ironic how over the last few months the title is selling at it's highest point to date, yet it's my least favorite story arc to date.) :-/

Overall, great numbers for a title like the Black Panther! And it's one thing to get a boost from crossovers and events, it's another thing altogether though to continue to increase the sales after the fact. And while I may not be wild about the current arc, a lot of people obviously are, and so that's a good thing.

Congrats to Reggie Hudlin and Marvel.


Yo, I'm Serious

> I'll still be glad once this arc is over, though. The numbers will probably drop, but at least I'll be enjoying the stories again, knock on wood.

I think they will still be part of the FF during the next arc and the villain will be Psyco Man. So sales may still remain decent.



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