June 2017 Top 50 Small Press Books

Here are the top 50 Small Press books for June 2017. 

 

Books are shown as Rank on List/Overall Rank/Title/Issue Number
1. 92 BABYTEETH #1
2. 140 BETTY & VERONICA BY ADAM HUGHES #3
3. 192 JIMMYS BASTARDS #1
4. 198 INVADER ZIM #20
5. 204 ARCHIE #21
6. 219 RICK & MORTY #27
7. 251 MARVEL COMICS DIGEST #1 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN
8. 253 PESTILENCE #2
9. 259 RIVERDALE (ONGOING) #3
10. 272 STREET FIGHTER VS DARKSTALKERS #2
11. 276 ZOMBIE TRAMP ONGOING #36
12. 278 BEAUTIFUL CANVAS #1
13. 281 JUGHEAD #16
13. 281 STREET FIGHTER VS DARKSTALKERS #3
15. 294 DISNEY PRINCESS #11
16. 298 DAMNED #2
17. 305 SPONGEBOB COMICS #69
18. 314 SPACE RIDERS GALAXY OF BRUTALITY #2
19. 320 SPOOKHOUSE #5
20. 321 NAMWOLF #3
21. 330 CINEMA PURGATORIO #10
22. 334 ELEANOR & THE EGRET #3
23. 336 HEATHEN #4
24. 347 CATALYST PRIME ACCELL #1
25. 348 SPONGEBOB COMICS ANNUAL GIANT SWIMTACULAR #5
26. 350 GFT ROBYN HOOD TAROT ONE SHOT
27. 361 MOTHER RUSSIA #1
28. 369 VAMPBLADE SEASON TWO #4
29. 370 ROUGH RIDERS RIDERS ON THE STORM #4
30. 372 THERES NOTHING THERE #2
31. 373 THE CHAIR #1
32. 377 TRESPASSER #1
33. 378 WORLD READER #3
34. 383 NORMALS #2
35. 385 ALL NEW FATHOM #5
36. 387 ROCK & ROLL BIOGRAPHIES METALLICA
37. 388 GFT GRIMM TALES OF TERROR VOL 3 #6
38. 389 GFT DAY OF THE DEAD #5
39. 391 STARGATE UNIVERSE BACK TO DESTINY #1
40. 392 SCRIMSHAW #1
41. 393 ALL NEW SOULFIRE #4
42. 400 JAZZ MAYNARD #1
43. 401 HARVEY HITS #1
44. 405 GFT RED AGENT HUMAN ORDER #8
44. 405 KIM REAPER #3
46. 407 DREGS #4
47. 408 ANDERSON DEEP END ONE SHOT
48. 409 ALL TIME COMICS ATLAS #1
49. 410 REDLINE #4
50. 412 CATALYST PRIME NOBLE #2

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10 Responses to June 2017 Top 50 Small Press Books

  1. David Thompson says:

    It’s too bad the Alterna Comics new series are not gaining any traction. I have bought all of them and enjoyed most – Lilith Dark, Croak, Mother Russia were the standouts. For $1.50 you get great value.

    I was optimistic that should the series have succeeded, it could have put pressure on the bigger publishers.

  2. Killerwit says:

    I’m surprised to see that Invader Zim outsold Rick and Morty, but I don’t usually pay any attention so it’s probably normal. (Both titles are filled with zany high jinks that I enjoy, btw.)

    • agentpoyo says:

      I could only guess Invader Zim has more kids following it that might help push it’s numbers. Rick and Morty is definitely geared towards Adults, not kids.

      • Killerwit says:

        Wait a second. Children… buy comics? (I kid, I kid. (No pun intended.))

        You’re point is well-taken and most likely correct, good sir.

        “I-I-I over-urrrp-estimated the comic book sales volume driven by the fervor of -urrrrp- our fans in this dimension, Morty.”

      • agentpoyo says:

        Children don’t buy comic books.. children who have parents that goto the comic book store buy their kids comics. Is that better? 😛

      • Killerwit says:

        I LEARNED IT FROM WATCHING YOU DAD!!!

      • agentpoyo says:

        🙂

  3. agentpoyo says:

    If you like sci-fi mixed with some Law & Order detective stuff that takes place on Mars, Redline has been a great read I think.

  4. I hope Vampblade gets closer in sales to Zombie Tramp in the future. I don’t want to see it end; I’m liking that book much better than Zombie Tramp at the moment. I wish Action Lab would do some kind of discounted first issue release for their titles, like the True Believers & Image Firsts, etc, to get some new eyes on their properties. A lot of times sales dwindle because the initial audience sticks with the book and then gradually levels off, and not enough new people are drawn in to check it out. And a lot of stores don’t carry their titles, or get so few copies that immediately sell to regulars, people who aren’t as in-the-know may not even realize the books exist.

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