August 2013 was a hot month for comic books. Marvel and DC Comics were on fire releasing one great comic book after another. Image, IDW, Zenescope and Titan Comics blazed through August 2013 with some sensational, knockout sagas of their own.
Infinity #1 from Marvel Comics, was the best-selling comic book in August 2013, Infinity #1 had the Avengers drawn off-planet and lead into deep-space as Thanos plotted his conquest of Earth and it’s up to the Inhumans to save the planet. Superior Spider-Man, issues #15 and #16 followed by Avengers #18 and All New X-Men #15 rounded out Marvel Comics ten best-sellers in August 2013.
DC Comics rounded out the top ten selling comics with five comics also. Taking the lead was Scott Snyder and Jim Lee's Superman Unchained #3 followed by SCOTT Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman #23. And rounding out the sellers for August 2013 were Justice League #23 and Justice League of America #7 and Batman/Superman #3.
Among the premier publishers, Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead #113 was Image Comics' top book for August 2013. Aspen comics Overtaken #1 was the best seller in the month of August followed by Boom’s always popular Adventure Time #19. Boom Comics had two other titles making it to the top ten, Adventure Time Candy Capers #2 and Regular Show #3. Valiant Comics had a strong standing with three titles making the top ten; Quantum and Woody #2, Harbinger #15 and Bloodshot #0. Rounding out the top ten best-selling comic books of August were Red Sonja #2 and Lords of Mars #1 from Dynamite Comics. The number ten spot went to the very popular Grimm Fairy Tales: Oz #2 from Zenescope comics.
Image Comics dominated the top ten selling graphic novels in August 2013. Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye, the best-selling graphic novel of August and the basis for the top-rated program on AMC started with Sheriff Rick Grimes waking from a coma to discover the world in the throes of the zombie apocalypse. In addition to The Walking Dead, John Layman and Rob Guillory's Chew Volume 7: Bad Apples ranked #2, Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga Volume 1 ranked #4, and Vaughan and Staples' Saga Volume 2 ranked #5. Marvel Comics had three titles in the top ten, Rocket Raccoon: Tales from the Half World a was their best-selling book at #3. Followed by Deadpool Volume 2: Soul Hunter at #7 and Superior Spider-Man Volume 2: Troubled Mind at #8. IDW Comics’ top book for August was the My Little Pony Digest Volume 1 at #6. Next was DC Comics' was The Flash Volume 1: Move Forward. And rounding out the top ten, Dark Horse Comics' B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth Volume 6: The Return of the Master.
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