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Comix Experience Best Sellers: First half of 2014, Books

Brian Hibbs

OK, same thing as the last post, except this time we’ll talk about BOOKS. Again, after the jump for those of you who don’t want to read sales charts!

Comix Experience Best Sellers: First half of 2014, Comics

Brian Hibbs

Hey, hey, it’s the half-year report from Comix Experience – now also with numbers from Comix Experience Outpost. You’ll find it below the cut, for those of you who like numbers-porn.

Comix Experience Best Sellers: First half of 2013, Books

Brian Hibbs

Same thing as the previous, just this time focusing on the BOOKS part of the business. This is the list that genuinely excites me, again, under the jump!

Comix Experience Best Sellers: First half of 2013, Comics

Brian Hibbs

Hey, hey, that time of the year again, where we peek in and see what is doing well at Comix Experience.  Find it down below the jump, if you are interested!

Comix Experience 2012 Best Sellers: Books

Brian Hibbs

We sell more books than periodicals (dollars this year: 55% books v 40% comics), so this is my favorite category! I believe this is a wonderfully amazingly diverse list of material sold.

Comix Experience 2012 Best Sellers: Comics

Brian Hibbs

The full year is now over for us, so how the hell did we do?

Comix Experience Best Sellers Comics: The First Half of 2012

Brian Hibbs

Same thing, just looking at comics!

Comix Experience Best Sellers Books: The First Half of 2012

Brian Hibbs

From Jan 1 to Jun 30, here’s what’s selling at Comix Experience.

CE 2011: Publisher break down

Brian Hibbs

I’m slightly embarrassed to say I’ve never thought to check for this before, but how about looking at things in terms of publisher breakdowns?

Comix Experience 2011 Best Sellers: Books

Brian Hibbs

Books are the majority of what I sell (this year: 56% of sales vs 40% on comics), so let’s look at those!

Comix Experience 2011 Best Sellers: Comics

Brian Hibbs

New Year, so how’d the last one do? Let’s Find out!

Comix Experience Best Sellers: Comics, first half of 2011

Brian Hibbs

I’m looking at my half-year performance, so you can too!

Comix Experience Best Sellers: Books, first half of 2011

Brian Hibbs

Same thing as previous, but looking at things that have a spine.

CE 2010: Comics

Brian Hibbs

Last one! Again, under the cut…

CE 2010: Books

Brian Hibbs

Here’s a look at the top selling “Books” for Comix Experience in 2010, under the cut…

CE 2010: The Overview

Brian Hibbs

Hey, it’s a New Year, which means it is time to look back at performance. I’ll place it under the Jump for those who Just Don’t Care…

Vertigo: an observation

Brian Hibbs

I’ve had Point-of-Sale installed for just over 3 years now. One spiffy thing is that it is pretty easy to pull out sales data in specific and in general. So, I yanked all of my book format sales for DC this morning (no comics included!), and found out that over the last 3 years I’ve sold ~$183k in dollars of DC TPs. Of that, $88k is from Vertigo branded books. $68k is from books with the DC bullet on the spine. $25k is WS, and the various imprints there. $2k is from “other” imprints (Piranha, Humanoids, and so on) If you were to divide the WS books into “closer to DC” and “closer to Vertigo” (ie: PLANETARY, PROMETHEA, ASTRO CITY,…  Read More…

Comix Experience Best-Sellers: Comics, the first half of 2010

Brian Hibbs

Same thing here: our best selling COMIC BOOKS, roughly the first 100, sorted straight by pieces (I’m skipping the dollars calc on this one) — under the cut

Comix Experience Best-Sellers: Books, the first half of 2010

Brian Hibbs

The nice thing about POS is being able to just spit out reports of what’s doing what. What follows is our best selling books for the first half of 2010.  It is below the cut!

Put an asterisk next to it, JJ!

Brian Hibbs

It is the time of the year for Looking Back at total sales and all of that, and John Jackson Miller does some excellent heavy lifting on that score. But there’s something that I don’t see any commenter making a point of, and I think it is a REALLY significant impact that people-who-aren’t-retailers seem to be forgetting: In February, Diamond began a major warehouse move. More or less the entire month of February there “weren’t” reorders on any product shipping from Diamond. Even once they “fixed” that issue (which memory tells me stretched into early April on many titles), there were HORRIBLE cockups in fill rates, accuracy, damages, etc all through the summer and fall. It wasn’t really until 4th…  Read More…

CE 2009: Comics

Brian Hibbs

And here, below the jump, is the “Comics” portion of our show Again, like before, let’s show first the number of UNITS sold (note that I’ve scrubbed out things like Quarter Books) (Also note that, again, because of the way Diamond works, and MOBY interacts with it, some things might say something like “4th printing” when, in fact, that’s any and all printings added together)(doing the cleanup would really take too much time) AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #583BATMAN AND ROBIN #1BATMAN AND ROBIN #2 4TH PTGBUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #21 CHEN CVRBUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #22 CHEN CVRBLACKEST NIGHT #1 (OF 8)BATMAN AND ROBIN #3BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #23 CHEN CVRBUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #24 CHEN CVRBATMAN #686 (NOTE PRICE)BATMAN AND ROBIN…  Read More…

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