Our thanks as always to Marc-Oliver Frisch and The Beat for providing this information.

Marc-Oliver Frisch writes "The recovery of DC Comics average sales in the direct market continued in March, but that didn’t prevent the publisher from losing more market share — largely thanks, of course, to two surprise sales juggernauts from other publishers, Marvel Comics’ Captain America #25 and Dark Horse Comics’ Buffy the Vampire Slayer #1. DC, meanwhile, are left with only one regular title selling in six-digit figures, Justice League of America, as well as last year’s bunch of new launches and revamps, which have largely failed to utilize the recent string of high-profile event storylines to their advantage."

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