Top 10 Charts
Money talks. One of the things it tells us is what people believe to be “the best” in terms of Comic Books, Movies, Porn, and Video Games. Every publisher and studio thinks their shit is awesome. Ask them and they’ll tell you. However, the real test of how well their product stacks up against the competition is how well its doing in terms of sales. This page has been setup to allow everyone to easily see what’s selling…and what’s not.
To the best of my knowledge, this is the only place on the Internet where you can get all of this information, all in one spot. I’ll be updating the page often and on a regular basis, so be sure to check back often.
Top 10 Best Selling Porn Movies
Last updated: 2 December 2013 | Chart data via AVN Retail Buzz
- Sydney Leathers: Weiner and Me (Vivid Entertainment)
- Sweet Petite (Jules Jordan Video)
- Art of Romance (Erotica X)
- Fill Me With Your Orgasm (Pure Passion)
- Pornstar First Encounters (Elegant Angel)
- POV Amateur Auditions 3 (Amateur Allure)
- Anikka (Hard X)
- Samantha Saint is Completely Wicked (Wicked Pictures)
- Spread (Digital Playground)
- Anal Motherfucker 2 (Evil Angel)
Vivid Entertainment owns the top spot on the Best Selling Porn Chart this week with its Sydney Leathers: Weiner and Me. A combination of celebrity porn and a story taken directly from the headlines has proven a potent combination for the film, rocketing it to the #1 spot in its first week of release.
Looking down the list, one of the things that stands out is the fact that no studio has more than one movie on this week’s chart. Additionally, we see some of the new studios – such as Hard X and Pure Passion – place right alongside such big name powerhouses like Wicked and Jules Jordan Video. The amount of studio diversity this week is refreshing.
Top 10 Best Selling Comic Books (September 2013)
Last updated: 21 October 2013 | Chart data via Diamond Comics Top 100 Comics: September 2013
- Forever Evil #1 (DC Comics)
- Infinity #2 (Marvel Comics)
- Infinity #3 (Marvel Comics)
- X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 (Marvel Comics)
- Batman #23.1 Featuring the Joker (DC Comics)
- Batman #23.2 Featuring the Riddler (DC Comics)
- Mighty Avengers #1 (Marvel Comics)
- Batman #23.4 Featuring Bane (DC Comics)
- Avengers #19 (Marvel Comics)
- Batman #23.3 Featuring the Penguin (DC Comics)
For the month of September, DC’s Villain Month seems to have paid off. Forever Evil #1 was able to hold off an onslaught of big Marvel Comics event books, including the second and third issues of Infinity. Clearly, Batman was the most popular character for DC in September (to the surprise of no one), with all four of his Villains Month issues showing up in the Top 10 Best Selling Comic Books chart and representing four out of DC’s five books on the chart for the month.
Marvel Comics also had five books on the Top 10 chart and all but one (X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1) was directly related to its Infinity Event. Mighty Avengers #1 came in as the number seven best selling comic book for the month of September. It will be very interesting to see if that series can sustain the momentum going forward…especially after Infinity wraps up.
Top 10 Movies – Box Office Sales (week of October 11th)
Last updated:21 October 2013 | Chart data via Box Office Mojo Weekly Index
- Gravity (Warner Brothers) - $60,401,211 this week | $139,536,130 total
- Captain Phillips (Sony) - $36,030,235 this week | $36,030,235 total
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (Sony) - $19,200,091 this week | $83,036,768 total
- Runner Runner (Fox) - $5,522,360 this week | $15,911,318 total
- Prisoners (Warner Brothers) - $5,239,279 this week | $55,194,158 total
- Machete Kills (Open Road Films) - $5,199,239 this week | $5,199,239 total
- Insidious: Chapter 2 (FilmDistrict) - $3,593,224 this week | $79,390,241 total
- Rush (Universal) - $3,524,910 this week | $23,362,179 total
- Don Jon (Relativity) - $3,496,017 this week | $21,297,167 total
- Enough Said (Fox Searchlight) - $2,735,848 this week | $8,987,447 total
Once again, Gravity is the number one movie at the box office. While not technically a “Summer Blockbuster”, the film nonetheless still managed to break the $100,000,000 mark and turn a profit. And, while it was at it, end up being one of the best reviewed movies of 2013 so far. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, Insidious: Chapter 2, Don Jon, and Enough Said all also are performing very well, in terms of turning a profit for their respective studios.
Having taken in just over $5 Million, Machete Kills seems to be struggling out of the gate. Additionally, Rush – which had a production budget of $38 Million – also seems to be on track to be a loser at the box office. After a month in theaters, the film has only taken in just over $23 Million, despite costing about $38 Million to make. And considering it only took in about $3.5 Million this week, it doesn’t seem to have very much gas left in its tank.
Top 10 Best Selling Video Games
Last updated: 4 September 2013 | Chart data via Amazon Best Sellers
- Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games) – PlayStation 3
- Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games) – Xbox 360
- Madden NFL 25th Anniversary Edition w/DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket (EA Sports) – Xbox 360
- Madden NFL 25th Anniversary Edition w/DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket (EA Sports) – PlayStation 3
- Grand Theft Auto V Special Edition (Rockstar Games) – Xbox 360
- Diablo III (Blizzard Entertainment) – Xbox 360
- Madden NFL 25 (EA Sports) – Xbox 360
- Diablo III (Blizzard Entertainment) – PlayStation 3
- Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (Square Enix) – PlayStation 3
- Madden NFL 25 (EA Sports) – PlayStation 3
Grand Theft Auto V, which is set to be released on September 17th, has taken both the number one and two spots on the Top 10 Best Selling Video Games Chart. However, in looking at the list, the real powerhouse is Madden NFL 25. That game owns a full 40% of the chart, including two of the top five spots. Also having a nice showing, though not to the degree as Madden or GTA5, is Diablo III. And in terms of systems, this week Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are tied, with each having five games on the Top 10.