2,011 in 2011 comic-book challenge: week 40, 41, 42 recap
Mike Mignola’s B.P.R.D. made up the majority of the comics read in the past three weeks. I read 66 comics total in the past three weeks of my 2,011 in 2011 comic-book challenge. I am attempting to read 2,011 comic books in the calendar year. With more than 80.8 percent of the year over, I’ve read 1,601 comics, or just over 79.6 percent of the total comics I need to read. Click past the cut for the full breakdowns of comics read.
Dark Horse led the way with 58 comics read. DC was second with 5.
Dark Horse: 58
DC Comics: 5
Boom! Studios: 1
The 2000s were the most-read decade, followed by the 2010s.
Year to date:
Dark Horse increased the space between No. 3 and the rest of the field. Marvel remains strongly at 1, DC strongly at 2.
Marvel Comics: 702
DC Comics: 417
Dark Horse: 140
Image Comics: 65
Boom! Studios: 52
Valiant Comics: 47
Eclipse Comics: 23
NOW Comics: 12
Oni Press: 12
Pen and Ink: 7
The 2000s remain in the lead for most-read decade, crossing 500 comics read. The 200s are followed by the 2010s, then the 1990s.
- Matt Price
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