CovrPrice.com Runners-Up for 8/9/19

As promised, the Runners-Up list, think of these as the second part of the Top 20. Now then, on to #11-20.

#11 Venom Annual #1 Gonzales Variant (Marvel, 2019) is just a fun variant with Lady Hellbender (whose first is in TOTALLY AWESOME HULK #1). It sold 33 copies, had a 7-day trend of 159% and had a high raw sale of $25.

#12 What If? #23– Newsstand (Marvel, 1980) features an in-canon origin of the ETERNALS. It sold 13 copies, had a 7-day trend of 398% and had a high raw sale of $30.

#13 Mister Miracle #6 (DC, 1972) features the first appearance of the Female Furies, who are confirmed to appear in the NEW GODS DCU film. 26 copies sold, had a 7-day trend of 181% and had a high sale of $1,700 for a CGC 9.8.

#14 Silver Surfer #82 (Marvel, 1993) is the first full appearance of TYRANT. It sold 14 copies, had a 7-day trend of 337% and had a high raw sale of $30.

#15 The Walking Dead #193 – SDCC 2019 (Image, 2019) Yep, the SDCC variant is still hanging on. It sold 37 copies, had a 7-day trend of 105% and had a high sale of $139.99 for a CGC 9.8.

#16 What If? #10 (Marvel, 1978) features the first time Jane Foster picked up Thor’s hammer. It may have slipped a bit in sales with 46 copies sold, but it had a big 7-day trend of 84% with a massive high sale of $1,414 for a CGC 9.8.

#17 Captain Marvel #8 – Inhyuk Lee Carnage-ized Variant (Marvel, 2019) features the first appearance of STAR. This variant has been a solid seller and sold 37 copies, had a 7-day trend of 99% and had a high raw sale of $45

#18 The Boys #3 (DC, 2006) features several firsts, including THE SEVEN (Homelander, The Deep, Starlight, Black Noir, Queen Maeve & A-train). This sold 22 copies, had a 7-day trend of 162% and had a high sale of $100 for a CGC 9.6.

#19 Powers of X #1 – Brooks Connecting Variant (Marvel, 2019) This connects with Brooks HOUSE OF X cover, and you HAVE to have the set. It sold 31 copies, had a 7-day trend of 111% and had a high raw sale of $15.

#20 House of X #1 Party Variant (Marvel, 2019) While most shops WAY overpriced these party variants, they still sold decently online, with 26 copies sold, had a 7-day trend of 134% and had a high raw sale of $20.

6 thoughts on “CovrPrice.com Runners-Up for 8/9/19”

  1. Batman continues it’s nose dive in sales.
    “Well, Diamond has confirmed to Bleeding Cool, ahead of this Sunday’s Top 100 list and Monday’s Top 500 list that Batman #75 was only the 13th most-ordered comic book by the direct market in North America in July 2010. And the 11th highest revenue raiser.”

    1. Hold that, it appears the two covers will be listed separately due to the cover price and that will require math to figure the final standings for any DC books with the $1 higher covers from now on it appears. I’m wondering if Comichron will combine them for us and do the math or not?

      1. TOP 10 COMIC BOOKS BY UNITS SHIPPED
        1 HOUSE OF X #1
        2 POWERS OF X #1
        3 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #25
        4 THE WALKING DEAD #193
        5 BATMAN: LAST KNIGHT ON EARTH #2
        6 BATMAN: CURSE OF THE WHITE KNIGHT #1
        7 THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS #7
        8 BLACK CAT #2
        9 IMMORTAL HULK #20
        10 BATMAN #74

        That also confirms we may never know Walking Dead 193’s total print run since all the initial orders, reorders and second printings should be mashed together into the total for #4. Large enough to tank the price but not enough to top the Spiders and Mutants.

    2. I was going to say the $1 price hike didn’t help Batman’s stats. I’m sure many shops kept their regular qty for As and reduced their qty for Bs.

      1. There’s a new article at the evil place now saying in the future Diamond’s going to start combining books with different numbers into one stat. I’m not actually in favor of that as much as I would be if it was just a different new stat added. I like the idea we can tell how many A’s and B’s are on the street separately. DCeased took a big hit as well I’d assume splitting the print between 3 covers with two different prices.

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