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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Batman #50 leads retailer reorders for first week of July

by John Jackson Miller

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The reorder charts for the first week of July are out from Diamond Comic Distributors, and show that, controversial or not, DC Comics' Batman #50 was the top reordered comic book last week by North American retailers. Dark Nights Rising was the top hardcover; Infinity Wars was the top graphic novel.

We've consolidated our reorder reports so that the charts appear on the pages that will eventually house the sales estimates. Click to see the latest reorder chart, which is housed on our July page. Advance reorders, which were mostly taken in June, are on the top half of the page.

Our advance reorder reports have also moved: they'll appear on the page for the month following the current one, usually — although there are going to be occasions like this week, in which Walking Dead 15th Anniversary blind-bag books took the top 15 advance-reorder slots; they don't release until October, but had to be ordered ahead of time for production reasons. Marvel's Infinity Wars #1 was the top August comic book. Click to visit the August page and our latest advance reorder chart.

We'll continue these blog alerts for the benefit of our RSS and front page readers; traffic was showing that most people were looking first at the monthly page, so it made sense to move the charts there.
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