- Booster Gold
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Comicsbeat.com just ran an article ("DC Comics Month-to-Month Sales: June 2010") by Marc Oliver-Frisch looking at sales trends across all DC Comics titles. As I was reading over it, I noticed that although Booster Gold is already on the below-average side of the sales bell-curve and trending downward, DC's recent cancellation threshold appears to be much lower than I had previously predicted. Instead of 10,000 copies per month, the threshold lately looks more like it may be as low as 7,000 copies per month. That's probably terrible for the state of the industry, but great news for Booster Gold. That gives the title even more time to turn it around, especially as it is still selling pretty constantly around 20,000 copies per month, roughly equal to the other second-tier heroes titles such as The Outsiders, Power Girl, and Secret Six. That's not such bad company, really.
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