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    Man, other than Captain (Ms.) Marvel, there hasn't been a Marvel Omni I wanted since Hickman Vol 2, and nothing on the solicits interests me at all...

    Where is Black Panther by Priest? Where's Claremont's New Mutants? PAD's Hulk? Give me something, Marvel! Anything!
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    Default Marvel Collected Editions Sales - March 2019

    The complete estimated comic book sales figures for March 2019 are in (please note this list only details those comics sold to North American Comics Shops as reported by Diamond). I’ve listed below the Marvel OHC/Omnibus/MMW’s as well as the larger TPB collections such as the Epic and Complete lines that made the list, detailing the position, title and estimated sales. I haven’t included any reentries.



    28. Uncanny X-Men: X-Men Disassembled TPB - 2,250
    38. The Savage Sword of Conan: The Original Marvel Years Omnibus Vol. 1 - 1,959
    44. Avengers Omnibus Vol. 4 - 1,753
    72. The Thanos Wars: Infinity Origin Omnibus - 1,206
    86. Wolverine Epic Collection Vol. 2: Back to Basics - 1,126
    94. Sgt Fury Epic Collection Vol. 1: The Howling Commandos - 1,021
    99. Decades: Marvel in the 60s - Spider-Man Meets the Marvel Universe TPB - 978
    101. Iron Man Epic Collection Vol. 14: Return of the Ghost - 972
    106. Star Wars Legends Epic Collection Vol. 3: The Old Republic - 931
    114. Captain America Epic Collection Vol. 17: The Superia Stratagem - 871
    120. Marvel Knights Punisher by Ennis: The Complete Collection Vol. 2 - 845
    124. War of the Realms Prelude TPB - 839
    134. Earth X Trilogy: Omega Omnibus - 806
    144. Marvel’s Captain Marvel: The Art of the Movie HC Slipcase - 756
    157. Iron Man by Fraction & Larroca: The Complete Collection Vol. 1 - 693
    161. Fantastic Four – Heros Return: The Complete Collection Vol. 1 - 666
    163. Gambit: Thieves’ World TPB - 662
    169. Marvel Universe of Super Heroes TPB - 646
    172. Death of Wolverine Companion TPB - 631
    182. Spider-Man: New Ways to Live TPB - 595
    193. X-Men: Onslaught Aftermath TPB - 563
    199. Marvel Masterworks: Daredevil HC Vol. 13 - 533
    221. Marvel Knights Fantastic Four: The Complete Collection Vol. 1 - 463
    231. Deadpool Minibus Vol. 3 - 441
    240. Secret Avengers by Rick Remender: The Complete Collection - 405

    DC's Omnibus sales in March 2019:
    159. Batgirl: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 2 - 672
    267. Sandman Omnibus Vol. 3 - 350

    MMW Daredevil Vol. 13 HC probably experienced 50% less sales than usual due to only the Variant edition being available in March. I expect to see it reenter the charts next month with a similar figure. Very good figures for the Avengers Vol. 4 Omnibus - this bodes well for further Vol. 4's in other lines and also Vol. 5's. I expect once the Thanos Wars: Infinty Origins Omnibus goes OOP, prices will skyrocket on the secondary market.

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    I am totally certain, that this was explained before but how are those numbers generated? Does IST count as a Comic Shop? How about Amazon? Are all of these depandable on Diamond? I know the European retailers all get their stock from Diamond so these should already been accounted for. Thank you for the clearification! And naturally for doing the work Raffi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poolovision View Post
    I am totally certain, that this was explained before but how are those numbers generated? Does IST count as a Comic Shop? How about Amazon? Are all of these depandable on Diamond? I know the European retailers all get their stock from Diamond so these should already been accounted for. Thank you for the clearification! And naturally for doing the work Raffi!
    As far as I'm aware, IST most definitely counts as a comic shop but Amazon doesn't. These figures are estimated comics shipped to North American Comics Shops based on reports from Diamond Comic Distributors. That means that European retailers do not count.

    The below two questions from the FAQ page on comichron.con may prove helpful to you:

    Q: What is included in the Diamond monthly charts?


    A: Beginning in February 2003, the Diamond charts report the number of copies it shipped to retailers from its warehouses in North America during the calendar month. Sometimes, the books may actually arrive in the next calendar month, but they're invoiced based on the day they leave the facilities. So occasionally you'll see a January where the first week's sales actually are reported with December.

    Note that some of the comic books Diamond ships are to vendors outside the comics shop market. This includes subscription box services like Loot Crate; because the services bought the comics directly from Diamond, the figures are included in the tallies. In cases were the majority of comics went outside the comics shop market, we usually note that in our tables.

    Q: What is NOT included in the Diamond monthly charts?

    A: This is important, because it is a topic often misunderstood. Not included are:

    • copies shipped outside the calendar month, including most reorders

    • copies sold outside North America; the UK market often adds 10% or so

    • copies sold outside the comics shop distribution network, such as on newsstands, in bookstores, or by postal subscription; this also includes graphic novels that Diamond's sister branch, Diamond Book Distributors, sells returnably to book channel outlets

    • copies that comics shops bought from anyone besides Diamond, such as other book distributors or direct orders from publishers

    • and anything digital. There is no source for digital sales figures on individual titles.

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    Thank you so much!

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    Avengers vol.4 Omni coming in at 1,700+ units

    Who feels ASM vol.4 can best that? I feel it should be able to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Craig View Post
    Avengers vol.4 Omni coming in at 1,700+ units

    Who feels ASM vol.4 can best that? I feel it should be able to do so.
    Absolutely. I can see it breaking 2,000, even 2,500 just like ASM Vol. 3. That is if there aren't any availability/ordering problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlashingSabre View Post
    Man, other than Captain (Ms.) Marvel, there hasn't been a Marvel Omni I wanted since Hickman Vol 2, and nothing on the solicits interests me at all...

    Where is Black Panther by Priest? Where's Claremont's New Mutants? PAD's Hulk? Give me something, Marvel! Anything!
    Yeah I hear ya. After I get ASM vol.4, I don't know if there's any other Marvel books I want this year. I might get Conan vol.2 but I haven't bought the first yet. The Lee/Ditko horror omni might be interesting.

    Even with Epics, it seems like the ones I want will never get here. I'll probably snag New Mutants vol.2 for completion, but I already passed it in my reading. How about releasing some Spider-Man Epics that haven't been omnibused already?!

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    With MMW Savage She-Hulk vol.2 coming out next week and completing this run + relevant tie-ins could an Omni be on the horizon?
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    I would really like to see them get to an Avengers omnibus volume 5 because that would take in the entire Steve Englehart run and be a logical place to break off (there are lots of good stories to come after, but Lee, Thomas and Englehart are sort of the backbone of the entire franchise).

    I don't know what the chances are, though, since it seems likely there won't be another Avengers movie for a while and it was the four movies that got us those four omnibi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurkle View Post
    I would really like to see them get to an Avengers omnibus volume 5 because that would take in the entire Steve Englehart run and be a logical place to break off (there are lots of good stories to come after, but Lee, Thomas and Englehart are sort of the backbone of the entire franchise).

    I don't know what the chances are, though, since it seems likely there won't be another Avengers movie for a while and it was the four movies that got us those four omnibi.
    What's nice is if you buy the Guardians Tomorrows Heroes omnibus and Marvel Universe by John Byrne omnibus you get the next best run of issues with the exception of 158-162. Guardians Tomorrows Heroes has Avengers 167-177 with the exception of 169 since it was a fill in. Marvel Universe by John Byrne has issues 164-166 and 181-191.

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    So who's picking up the Straczynski Spider-Man Omnis? I have all five volumes of the Best of Spider-Man OHCs but I most likely will end up purchasing the Omnis

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    I was thinking of getting the JMS omnis, but I've never read the material and I've heard very mixed reviews of his work on Spidey. There's probably going to be 2 volumes, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j0nnyboy View Post
    I was thinking of getting the JMS omnis, but I've never read the material and I've heard very mixed reviews of his work on Spidey. There's probably going to be 2 volumes, right?
    Yes, it looks like they'll be serving up two chunky Omnibuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j0nnyboy View Post
    I was thinking of getting the JMS omnis, but I've never read the material and I've heard very mixed reviews of his work on Spidey. There's probably going to be 2 volumes, right?
    While the first omni has one story that contributes negatively to the mixed reviews (Sins Past), it's the last story in the collection. The rest of it is pretty solid.
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