Marvel Comics was July's top publisher with a 41.38% dollar share and a 45.49% unit share. DC placed second for the month with a 26.79% dollar share and a 27.63% unit share. Image Comics was third with an 8.43% share in dollars and a 8.64% share in units. IDW was fourth for the month, followed by Dark Horse Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, and BOOM! Studios.
In total, Marvel Comics had five titles in July's top ten best-selling comics. In addition to House of X #1, Hickman and R.B. Silva's Powers of X #1 ranked #2; Nick Spencer, Zeb Wells, Ryna Ottley, Humberto Ramos, and Dan Hipp's Amazing Spider-Man #25 ranked #3; Jed MacKay, Clay McLeod Chapman, Travel Foreman, and Alberto Alburquerque's Black Cat #2 ranked #8; and Al Ewing and Joe Bennett's Immortal Hulk #20 ranked #9. Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead #193, the final issue of the long-running Image Comics zombie series, ranked #4. DC had four titles in the top ten: Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman: The Last Knight on Earth #2 at #5, Sean Murphy's Batman: Curse of the White Knight #1 at #6, Snyder and Jock's The Batman Who Laughs #7 at #7, and Tom King and Mikel Janin's Batman #74 ranked #10. Among the premier publishers, Dynamite Entertainment's Vampirella #1 from Christopher Preist and Ergun Gunduz was their top book in July at #11; Dark Horse Comics' Black Hammer/Justice League #1, a crossover with DC by Jeff Lemire and Michael Walsh, ranked #64; IDW Publishing's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #96 was their top book at #99; and BOOM! Studios' Buffy the Vampire Slayer #6 ranked #108.
Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's The Joker from DC’s Black Label imprint was July's best-selling graphic novel. Also in the top ten for DC, Michael Northrop and Gustavo Duarte's Dear Justice League ranked #6. Image Comics had three titles in the top ten, led by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' Bad Weekend at #2. IDW Publishing's They Called Us Enemy, an autobiographical graphic novel from Star Trek actor George Takei about Japanese internment camps during World War II, ranked #4. Marvel Comics also had three titles in the top ten, with Jason Aaron and Mahmud Asrar's Conan the Barbarian Volume 1: The Life and Death of Conan Book One leading the way at #7.
The softcover edition of Gemstone Publishing's Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide Volume 49, the newest edition of the comic industry's definitive price guide, was July's best-selling book. The hardcover edition ranked #3, and the Big! Big! spiralbound edition ranked #9. Dynamite Entertainment also placed in the top ten with The Art of Tekken: A Complete Visual History, an art book about Namco's long-running video game franchise, ranking #4.
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