The Top Selling Comic of the Decade Wasn't About Superheroes

The listing of the Best 100 Promoting Comics of the 2010s is out, with the #1 spot being held through Wonder – however now not for a comic book that includes any of the corporate’s hallmark superheroes!No, the highest spot went to Big name Wars #1, which was once Wonder’s legitimate relaunch of the sequence, set again within the time of the movie franchise’s Authentic Trilogy.

Even if none of Wonder’s conventional heroes occupied the highest place, the corporate nonetheless ruled the Best 100, with 67 placements. DC got here in 2d with 25 spots. Each IDW and BOOM! scored low, total, however each publishers landed a coveted spot within the Best 10!

You’ll catch the whole 100 listing over at PreviewsWorld, however here is a rundown of the Best 10…

The Best 10 Highest Promoting Comics of the 2010 Decade

The Best 10 Highest Promoting Comics of the 2010 Decade

  • 1. Big name Wars #1 (Wonder, 2015)
  • 2. Detective Comics #1000 (DC, 2019)
  • three. Wonderful Spider-Guy #1 (Wonder, 2014)
  • four. Secret Wars #1 (Wonder, 2015)
  • five. Motion Comics #1000 (DC, 2018)
  • 6. Bravest Warriors: Stories From the Holo John #1 (BOOM!, 2015)
  • 7. Orphan Black #1 (IDW, 2015)
  • eight. Darkish Knight III: The Grasp Race #1 (DC, 2015)
  • nine. Wonderful Spider-Guy #800 (Wonder, 2018)
  • 10. Big name Wars: Vader Down #1 (Wonder, 2015)

Within the Best 10, Wonder scored five of the spots, with DC claiming 3 – for thousandth problems with Detective Comics and Motion Comics and for Frank Miller’s Darkish Knight III. Symbol Comics, now not represented within the Best 10, had 5 problems position within the Best 100 (3 have been Strolling Lifeless and two have been Spawn).

Matt Fowler is a author for IGN and a member of the Tv Critics Affiliation. Practice him on Twitter at @TheMattFowler and Fb at

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