June 2012 Brought Comic Book Fans Scores of New Titles and Impressive Continuing Story-Lines. Marvel ComicsaAnd DC Comics Published Numerous Comic Book Titles for Sale. Image, IDW, Zenescope, Avatar and Many More Comic Publishers also Released New Titles in June 2012, Giving Comic Book Fans Stacks of New Comic Book Titles to Choose From, Ensuring the Perfect Comic Book Purchase for All.
The best-selling comic book to comic’s book stores in June 2012 included from Marvel Comics, Avengers vs. X-Men #6 taking the number one spot among the top ten best sellers. Jonathan Hickman and Olivier Coipel's Avengers vs. X-Men #6 had Cyclops and his allies begin to remake their world with the power of the Phoenix Force. Avengers vs. X-Men #5 ranked #2; Spider-Men #1, the first part of Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli's Marvel Universe/Ultimate Universe crossover story for Spider-Man's fiftieth anniversary, ranked #9; and AVX vs. #3, an Avengers vs. X-Men tie-in comics, ranked #10.
DC Comics had six books in the top ten in June 2012, led by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman #10, part of the Night of the Owls event, at #10. Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League #10 was #4. DC Comics' other four titles in the top ten were part of the Before Watchmen project. Before Watchmen: Minutemen #1 ranked #5, Before Watchmen: The Comedian #1 ranked #6, Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #1 ranked #7, and Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #1 ranked #8.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's best-selling series from Image Comics, The Walking Dead, continued its march to its highly anticipated hundredth issue with June's The Walking Dead #99. The zombie comic ranked #30 for June. IDW Publishing brought Topps' fan-favorite Mars Attacks trading cards back to comics with Mars Attacks#1 from John Layman and John McCrea. Rounding out the first month of summer 2012’s premier publishers, Dark Horse Comic’s adventures of Joss Whedon's Slayer, Buffy Summers, continued in June's Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9 #10 which ranked #89.
Valiant Comics relaunch continued in June 2012, and for the second month in a row the publisher had the month's top-selling Non-Premier comic book, with Harbinger #1. The publisher's X-O Manowar #2 ranked #2.
Other publishers in the top ten for June 2012 include Archie Comics, Aspen MLT, Bongo Comics, and Zenescope Entertainment. And, Boom Comics which had three books in the top ten, led by Adventure Time #5 at #3, followed by Extermination 31 at #5 and Hypernaturals #1, the new cosmic super-hero series from Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, at #8. Dynamite Entertainment had four books in the top ten, with The Shadow #3 at #4 as the publisher's top book. Avatar Press rounded out the top ten with its one of a kind horror classic, Crossed: Badlands #7 at #9.
Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's saga of super-heroic pulp heroes continued in Top Shelf Productions, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen III: Century #3: 2009, the best-selling Non-Premier Graphic Novel in June. Dynamite Entertainment followed with June 2012 best-sellers #2 Indie graphic novel with The Boys Volume 11: Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men at #2. Barry Sonnenfeld's Dinosaurs Vs. Aliens, an original graphic novel by Grant Morrison that was previewed by Dynamite with a Free Comic Book Day special, ranked #4. Of related note, Bantam/Spectra's hardcover collection of the first six issues of Dynamite's Game of Thrones series ranked #3.
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