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Subj: Re: Before ANYONE Tries To Straighten Out ANY Continuity...
Posted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 at 06:13:32 pm EST (Viewed 5 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Before ANYONE Tries To Straighten Out ANY Continuity...
Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2009 at 07:12:56 pm EST (Viewed 286 times)
Quote:Well DC has done several comic book events.
Never said that they didn't. But what I'm saying is that each time, sales did not go up because of a new film. But because of a storyarc done that wasn't a "back-to-basics" approach.
Quote:Including reprinting classic comics, film comic book adaptations and having special comics focusing on the characters of a particular film.
Which DC did. They reprinted or have kept older material in stock.
Quote:Trying something new or in this case classic to capitalize on The Dark Knight's success that would get new readers as well as please old fans I doubt would have any negative effects but would only have positive effects.
Quote:Sales on Batman: The Killing Joke were massive thanks to The Dark Knight.
Quote:Sales on the main comics didn't generally directly go up with the films because like you said the publisher at the time did little to nothing to tie the comics to the films. The publishers have also had a hard time selling the old outdated single issue paper format comic to new readers.
People still buy single issue magazines and newspapers. So that's not the issue.
"The Killing Joke" was an old book. That wasn't the issue. The issue was that monthlies have only gone up once and that's because of the hype of the film. After that, it never went up like that again. It was the same with Superman. Sales went up because of the hype of the first film. And comic book sales were still good back in 79. Hype was the issue with those films. Not story content printed at the time.
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