The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
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"Saga," two volumes of "March," and "The Sculptor" round out top five! Interviews with Jeff Lemire, Shawn Martinbrough and Ed Piskor! Plus much more!
Comics publishers saw growth nearly across the board in the 2014 bookstore market, with Marvel, Archie and more making impressive gains.
Neilsen BookScan shows increase over same period in 2013! Alison Bechdel announces new memoir! A defense of graphic novels in literary awards! Plus more!
Brian Hibbs' annual analysis of the sales numbers for graphic novels in the bookstore market finds some new entries in 2013.
"The Walking Dead" claims five places on November's BookScan chart! Ten gifts not to buy a comics fan! Interviews with John Romita Jr. and Sholly Fisch!
No Marvel titles, and only classic DC books, crack BookScan's Top 20 for August! Behind the scenes of DC's 3D covers! Interviews with Jules Feiffer, Gene Luen Yang and Chuck Ayers! Plus more!
DC and Marvel don't benefit from "The Walking Dead's" loosening grip on bookstore sales chart! Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin talk "The Private Eye"! Nick Spencer on "Superior Foes of Spider-Man"! More!
"The Walking Dead" claims six spots in BookScan's Top 20 for January! Paul Pope talks "Battling Boy"! ComiXology and "Atomic Robo" team for Emerald City Comicon digital exclusive! Plus much more!
Brian Hibbs returns with TILTING AT WINDMILLS' annual analysis of the 2012 sales numbers for graphic novels in the bookstore market, discovering a few surprises in the process.
Brian Hibbs returns with TILTING AT WINDMILLS' annual analysis of the sales numbers for graphic novels in the bookstore market, and discovers a few surprises in the 2011 data.
The time has arrived for the annual TILTING AT WINDMILLS analysis of the sales numbers for graphic novels in the bookstore market, and the 201 numbers hold a number of surprises as Brian goes more in depth than ever.
It's the big one you've all been waiting for -- Brian Hibbs shows you the numbers for 2008 graphic novel sales in book stores with indepth analysis. DC did gangbusters all around, leading off with "Watchmen."