July 2013 came in with a bang; Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse and Zenescope Comics along with Image and IDW Comics produced spectacular comic books this month. New releases, new characters and awesome new storylines sizzled during the month of July 2013.
The best-selling comic book in July 2013 had Superman calling upon Batman's assistance in dealing with a techno-anarchist terrorist cell in Scott Snyder and Jim Lee's Superman Unchained #2 from DC Entertainment. DC Comics gave fans a total six of the month's top ten best-selling comic books. Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman #22, part of the "Zero Year" story arc, ranked #2. Justice League #22, part of "Trinity War," ranked #4. Batman Annual #2 ranked #5, Batman/Superman #2 ranked #6, and Batman/Superman #2 ranked #6.
Marvel Comics gave fans four hits in the top ten this month with The Guardians of the Galaxy. The Guardians confront Angela in Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli's Guardians of the Galaxy #5, Marvel Comics' best-selling comic for the month at #3. Marvel Comics other top ten titles included Superior Spider-Man #13 ranked #8, Superior Spider-Man #14 ranked #9, and Superior Spider-Man Team-Up #1 ranked #10.
Robert Kirkman's zombie epic continued in The Walking Dead #112 from Image Comics, the publisher's top book for the month at #12. Dark Horse Comics' top book in July was Brian Wood's Star Wars #7 which ranked #48 for the month. Rounding out the premier publishers, IDW Publishing's top book for the month, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic #9, ranked #66.
The best-selling Non-Premier comic in July was Michael Turner's most popular characters returning as part of Aspen's 10 for 10 anniversary celebration in the publisher's All New Fathom #1. Dynamite Entertainment had one title in the top ten, Gail Simone and Jenny Frison's acclaimed Red Sonja #1 at #2. Boom Studios swept the top ten with four titles in the top ten, led by Adventure Time: Candy Capers #1 at #3. Zenescope Entertainment's Grimm Fairy Tales: Oz #1 ranked #6. Valiant Entertainment's Quantum & Woody #1 ranked #8. Avatar Press' Uber #3 ranked #9. Finally, Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog #250 ranked #10. Other publishers with titles in the top ten include Archie Comics, Boom Studios, Kodansha Comics, Top Shelf Productions, Valiant Entertainment, VIZ Media, and Yen Press.
Clint Barton and Kate Bishop deal with the fallout from Hurricane Sandy in Matt Fraction and David Aja's Hawkeye Volume 2: Little Hits from Marvel Comics, the best-selling graphic novel in July. In total, Marvel Comics had three titles in the top ten. In addition to Hawkeye, Black Bolt: Something Inhuman This Way Comes ranked #5 and Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.'s Kick-Ass 2 Prelude: Hit-Girl ranked #6. Dark Horse Comics' Avatar: The Last Airbender Volume 5: The Search Part 2 ranked #2. Image Comics had three titles in the top ten with Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' Saga Volume 2 at #3, Saga Volume 1 at #4, and Robert Kirkman's Invincible Volume 18: The Death of Everyone at #9. DC Comics also had three titles in the top ten Fairest Volume 2: Hidden Kingdom ranked #7, Before Watchmen: Comedian/Rorschach ranked #8, and Before Watchmen: Nite Owl/Dr. Manhattan ranked #10. Rounding out the premier publishers, IDW Publishing's Locke & Key Volume 5: Clockworks ranked #12.
July 2013 was a month full of big of big bangs and sparkling storylines that set July 2013 afire and had comic book fans racing to stores. At White Dragon Comics there is no racing or pushing and shoving, here you can take your time and browse our large selection of Comic Books from July and every month of 2013 at your pace.