Graphic Novel Sales Hit $460 Million in 2014

Graphic novel sales hit a high of $460 million in 2014, and remain strong this year, even as comics periodical sales have hit a soft patch. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2015-10-09 00:00:00 UTC ]

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'Fire and Fury' Sales Hit 1.7 Million

Despite early concerns that Henry Holt may have underestimated demand for 'Fire and Fury,' the Macmillan imprint said it has sold roughly 1.7 million copies of the White House tell-all since its January 5 release. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Audible's Harry Potter audiobooks hit one million unit sales

Sales of J K Rowling’s Harry Potter audiobooks through Audible have already reached one million copies, according to the company. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Graphic Novel, Comics Market Rises to $935 Million in 2014

Led by increases in the book trade, 2014 sales of graphic novels and periodical comics in North America rose in every sales channel except the newsstand, where sales of periodical comics declined. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Self-published Rodgers hits a million in sales

Self-published author Sheila Rodgers has sold a million copies of her ebook Only the Innocent and two sequels, agent Lizzy Kremer has confirmed. Rodgers, who writes under the pen name Rachel Abbott, sold her books through Amazon Kindle after being rejected by literary agents. The first, Only... Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Comics, Graphic Novels Market Hit $870 Million in 2013

Led by book format comics with $415 million in sales, the North American comics and graphic novel marketplace generated $870 million in sales in 2013, according to a new estimate by ICV2 and Comichron. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BuzzFeed Said to Expect 2014 Sales of Up to $120 Million

BuzzFeed, the online publisher of news, lists and quizzes that are designed to be shared on social media, is forecasting revenue of as much as $120 million in 2014, said two people with knowledge of its financials.The sales level will depend on how many advertising deals are booked next year,... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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Glass sales hit one million

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Future plc iPad App Sales Hit $5 Million Since Newsstand Debut

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Self-published author hits one million Kindle sales

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Bloomsbury to issue shares and cut costs, anticipating sales hit

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Coronavirus-hit Italy sees 25% drop in book sales

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Tattooist of Auschwitz hits million copy milestone

Print sales of The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris have surpassed the one million mark in the UK, nearly two years after publication.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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It was a good year for comics, and the graphic novel market in 2018 was dominated by one category: kids'; and that category was dominated by just one series: Dav Pilkey's Dog Man. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Peloton hit with $150 million lawsuit for music infringement

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Graphic novelist ordered to pay nearly $42 million in fiancee's torture murder

A Los Angeles judge has ordered a graphic novelist from a wealthy Canadian family to pay $41.6 million to the family of his slain fiancee, whom he brutally tortured and killed in 2016 just weeks after their daughter was born. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Bobbi Tillmon delivered the... Continue reading at Los Angeles Times

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