Dave Galanter
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vermin

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AndrewMTC

Subj: I thought that trolls are the ones that after a discussion has taken place...
Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 02:16:12 pm EDT
Reply Subj: There's a difference between trolls and people who simply disagree with you
Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 at 03:42:08 pm EDT

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Trolls are the ones who do little but needlessly insult other posters and add next to nothing to any real discussion.

(I'm sure we can all pick out who on the board trolls the most)

Anyways, considering the huge popularity and success of everything Marvel Zombies (not BP), these numbers aren't too surprising to me. Let's see if people stick around.

> > > 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

Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!


...continue to pollute the board with anti-panther blabber week in and week out.


> Trolls are the ones who do little but needlessly insult other posters and add next to nothing to any real discussion.
>
> (I'm sure we can all pick out who on the board trolls the most)
>
> Anyways, considering the huge popularity and success of everything Marvel Zombies (not BP), these numbers aren't too surprising to me. Let's see if people stick around.
>
> > > > 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
>
> Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!
>


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