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    Default Does anyone know how Legion of Super Heroes #1 sold?

    Is it a hit or not? Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caj View Post
    Is it a hit or not? Just curious.
    It's not there yet, but they will list it, keep an eye here - https://www.comichron.com/monthlycom...9/2019-11.html

    The estimated comics sales for the month will become available sometime in December, likely in the second week or so. Follow @Comichron on Twitter to get the alert when the report becomes available. In the meantime, you can get a sense of what sales might be like from noting what products were most reordered by retailers.
    Last edited by Güicho; 12-14-2019 at 03:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    It's not there yet, but they will list it, keep an eye here - https://www.comichron.com/monthlycom...9/2019-11.html
    Thanks, I appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caj View Post
    Thanks, I appreciate it.
    FYI if you are still curious, the numbers are posted, same link above.

    Make sure you read and are aware of the interesting detail they've added in their sale list about Diamond separately listing cardstock cover variants, as it particularly effects Legion #1
    Which if you look is listed twice. You need to add both those numbers.
    Or be sure to click on the "fused column" to see the significant difference, as it affects both ranking and sales numbers.
    Fused = 75,611 Rank = 10th
    Quote Originally Posted by comichron
    DC again had a number of cardstock cover variants that had different cover prices than its usual comics, and Diamond followed its standard practice of dividing those variants into separate entries. As in July, we've added functionality to merge those issues into single entries — as well as a few titles from other publishers that had their sales bifurcated. Batman #82 would have wound up in fifth place, Batman #83 would have placed eighth, and Legion of Super-Heroes #1 would have placed tenth.

    Our table below defaults to Diamond's unit rankings, as always, and includes entries for both the cardstock and regular editions. But you can click the arrow above the "Fused" column to sort the table and see what the chart would look like with the entries in question merged.
    Last edited by Güicho; 12-15-2019 at 04:09 PM.

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    If it doesn't work, they might have to just throw them in present day.

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