Yesterday, Diamond released its Top 500 comics and trades, extended on Comichron here to the Top 1000s in each case; this post described the process. Today, in line with Diamond's monthly release of supplemental lists of items sold by "non-Premier" (or back-of-the-catalog) publishers Diamond has added the top 200 comics and top 200 trades from non-front-of-the-catalog publishers.
This adds 192 items to the comics list, stretching all the way down to 2,231st place. The graphic novel list adds 44 more items. The order index number for multiplying is 632, the same as for December 2010; thus, the 2,331rd-place item, Dynamite's Red Sonja Annual #3, had orders of 8,140 copies.
I won't be adding these lists to the site, as the list is long enough already, but with it we can more confidently extrapolate a few extensions to our list:
Approximately 245 comics had orders of 20,000-24,999 copies in 2010
Approximately 313 comics had orders of 15,000-19,999 copies in 2010
Approximately 519 comics had orders of 10,000-14,999 copies in 2010
We know what's outside the Top 2,000 because we've seen 3,600 entries in Diamond's Top 300 each month. However, that grouping is something less than 3,600, because of reordered comics which reappear (and would, thus, be combined into a single entry). Clearly, however, the first grouping accounts for nearly triple the comics and dollars of the second grouping.