July 2012 was, as always, a Sizzling Month of Comic Books. DC Comics, Marvel Comics, IDW and Image Comics, Zenescope and Dark Horse Comics along with Aspen, Avatar and Boom Comics, Banged Out One Sparkling Hit After Another. Here You Will Find a Great Selection of Some of the Best Comic Books that July 2012 has to Offer.
July 2012 saw Robert Kirkman's acclaimed zombie apocalypse series The Walking Dead, which had become a genuine pop culture phenomenon over the past year thanks to AMC's television series, reached a milestone issue with July's The Walking Dead #100 from Image Comics. In addition, with nine covers from many of comics' top artists, Walking Dead #100 was the best-selling comic book of the month. Marvel Comics Avengers vs. X-Men issues seven and eight followed with the second and third best selling comic books of July 2012. DC Comics’ Batman #11, Justice League #11 and Before Watchmen: Ozymandias #1 gained the next three spots followed by Marvels AVX VS. #4. Finally taking the last three top selling spots was DC Comics Detective Comics #11, Green Lantern #11 and Action Comics #11.
For the second month in a row, Geoff Johns and Gary Franks’ Batman: Earth One, the original graphic novel that reimagines the early days of Batman, was the best-selling graphic novel for July 2012. In total, DC Comics had five titles in the top ten with Fables Volume 17: Inherit the Wind, from DC's Vertigo imprint, at #2; Batman & Robin Volume 1, Born to Kill at #6;,Suicide Squad Volume 1: Kicked in the Teeth at #8 and Scalped Volume 9: Knuckle Up, also from the Vertigo imprint, at #9. Also in the top ten from IDW Comics Richard Stark's Parker: The Score, the publisher's top-selling graphic novel for July at #3 and Locke & Key Volume 5: Clockworks at #7. Dark Horse Comics rounded out the top ten with Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 Volume 1: Freefall at #4.
Image Comics and IDW Comics published new comic titles including Battle Beast #1 and The Crow #1 from IDW and Debris #1 from Image Comics. DC Comics introduced readers to National Comics: Eternity #1 and Marvel Comics gave comic book fans an all-new Captain Marvel #1 headed by popular writer Kelly Sue DeConnick. Valiant Comics and fan-favorite writer Duane Swierczynski released a new mission for one of comics' all-time best-selling superheroes in Bloodshot #1.
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