Marvel, as expected, topped the sales charts in July thanks to a one-two punch from Jonathan Hickman's anticipated X-Men reboot.
Marvel's Black Cat was the best-selling comic in June 2019, besting DC's hit DCeased by over 100K copies.
Marvel kicked off the War of the Realms in April, with the Thor-centric event helping the publisher account over half the Direct Market for the month.
Batman's anniversary celebration launched Detective Comics #1000 to the top of March's direct market charts, selling nearly 527K copies.
DC's Dark Knight villain rose to the top in February, when the evil Batman was the only comic to scare up sales over 100K
Captain Marvel soars in her new series, but the Batman Who Laughs' second issue tops the sales charts to kick off 2019.
Marvel's Uncanny X-Men launched to solid numbers, but the overall comics market saw a major sales dip in November 2018.
Despite the launch of high profile titles like Heroes in Crisis and Return of Wolverine, September sales only rose a little over August.
Marvel's First Family is back, and the Fantastic Four's new series debuted in August with a massive sales bang.
Wedding bells may not have chimed in the end, but Batman and Catwoman's reception helped the series to the #1 sales position.
DC's Justice League relaunch impresses, as does Netflix's first new Millarworld series, but Marvel still stands as the #1 publisher overall.
Amazing Spider-Man celebrated its big issue in style, while Man of Steel stalled, barely making the Top Ten sellers for May 2018.
As expected, Superman celebrated at the top of the sales charts, with DC's Action Comics #1000 easily dominating April.
DC's big event closed with a sales bang, and Doomsday Clock continues to impress, but Marvel was number one overall in March 2018.
Even with the debut of X-Men Red #1, comic sales were down across the board in February 2018.
The Direct Market was up from December with DC's events leading the way, but sales were down massively from January 2017.
The arrival of the Watchmen in the DC Universe and continuing exploration of the Dark Multiverse led DC Comics to one of its best months in years.
Marvel Legacy is helping Marvel maintain its overall market share, but DC's Dark Nights: Metal event is ruling the Top 10.
Marvel's big Legacy one-shot sold nearly twice as many copies as DC Comics' Dark Nights: Metal #2.