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: 25 February 2014 | Chart data via AVN Retail Buzz
- Oil Overload 10 (Jules Jordan Video)
- Performers of the Year 2014 (Elegant Angel)
- Women Seeking Women 100 (Girlfriends Films)
- Tattooed Goddesses (Jules Jordan Video)
- Anally Talented 2 (Evil Angel)
- Stacked Hardbodies (Jules Jordan Video)
- Me, Myself and Anal (LeWood Productions)
- Nymphos (Wicked Pictures)
- Sexually Explicit (Girlfriends Films)
- 100% Real Swingers: Tampa, FL (Vivid Entertainment)
Oil Overload 10 is the number one best selling porn movie in all the land. Once again, Jules Jordan has proven that his formula of cranking out all-sex films that feature some of the biggest names in the adult industry is a sure fire recipe for success. With Oil Overload 10, such porn superstars as Remy LaCroix, Riley Reid, Christy Mack (one of Die-Screaming’s 8 Best New Female Pornstars), and Cindy Starfall are all on full display. And with that kind of talent loaded into one film, it’s not surprising to see this movie in the top spot.
Speaking of Jules Jordan Video, that studio is having a pretty good week on the Best Selling Porn chart. It currently owns 30% of the chart, including having two films in the Top 5 spots. Right behind JJ comes Girlfriends Films, which has two movies on the Chart. The other five spots are all filled by movies from studios that each only have one porn a piece in the Top 10.
Top 10 Best Selling Comic Books (November 2013)
Last updated: 6 January 2014 | Chart data via Diamond Comics Top 100 Comics: November 2013
- Batman #25 (DC Comics)
- Harley Quinn #0 (DC Comics)
- Amazing X-Men #1 (Marvel Comics)
- Superman Unchained #4 (DC Comics)
- Forever Evil #3 (DC Comics)
- Infinity #6 (Marvel Comics)
- All-New X-Men #18 (Marvel Comics)
- Superior Spider-Man #22 (Marvel Comics)
- Batman/Superman #5 (DC Comics)
- Superior Spider-Man #21 (Marvel Comics)
And once again, Batman is the best-selling comic book in the world for the month of November. That should surprise no one. Ever since Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo launched the series back in 2011, it has consistently been one of – if not the – best selling comics month after month. And so far, Marvel has struggled to find anything capable of knocking the Bat off of the top spot.
In looking at the Top 10 Best Selling Comic Book Chart as a whole, a few things stand out. Both DC and Marvel have 5 comics in the Top 10. However, DC appears to be the big winner here. In addition to having the number one best selling comic, it also owns 4 of the Top 5 spots. Additionally, in a head to head matchup of big comic book events, Forever Evil has outsold Infinity. There really isn’t a lot on the chart this month to make Marvel feel good.
Top 10 Movies – Box Office Sales (week of December 27th)
Last updated: 6 January 2014 | Chart data via Box Office Mojo Weekly Index
- Frozen (Disney) - $57,594,728 this week | $277,116,204 total
- The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Warner Brothers) - $52,914,876 this week | $213,384,422 total
- American Hustle (Sony) - $35,068,563 this week | $75,518,916 total
- Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Paramount) - $34,562,495 this week | $98,079,513 total
- The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount) - $34,103,555 this week | $49,895,114 total
- Saving Mr. Banks (Disney) - $26,440,772 this week | $50,263,389 total
- The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Fox) - $24,874,277 this week | $37,469,237 total
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (Lions Gate) - $19,164,547 this week | $400,088,390 total
- 47 Ronin (Universal) - $16,928,245 this week | $27,630,465 total
- Walking with Dinosaurs (Fox) - $13,935,287 this week | $27,603,593 total
Frozen is the #1 movie in the world, this week. The Disney/Pixar film managed to beat out some strong competition from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. And considering that Frozen has now been in theaters for 6 weeks, the fact that it’s still on top of the Box Office Chart is even more impressive. It just doesn’t show any signs of slowing down in terms of popularity.
In looking further down the chart, it would seem there are a few movies that are in danger of becoming flops. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty has managed to so far gross only about $37.5 Million against a production budget of $90 Million. And while this is the film’s first week out, it doesn’t seem to have the momentum needed to even break even. 47 Ronin and Walking With Dinosaurs also appear to be quickly moving towards “massive disappointment” territory.
Top 10 Best Selling Video Games
Last updated: 6 January 2014 | Chart data via Amazon Best Sellers
- Call of Duty: Ghosts (XBOX 360)
- Just Dance 2014 (Nintendo Wii)
- Pokemon X (Nintendo 3DS)
- Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag (XBOX 360)
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (Nintendo 3DS)
- Call of Duty: Ghosts (Playstation 3)
- XCOM: Enemy Within Expansion Pack (PC)
- Pokemon Y (Nintendo 3DS)
- Rocksmith 2014 Edition (XBOX 360)
- Just Dance 2014 (XBOX 360)
Is anyone surprised that Call of Duty: Ghosts is the number one video game in the world? Nope. What may surprise some people, however, is the fact that despite the PS4 and XBOX One are now out, neither system has any games in the Top 10. This, I think, is due to most people not yet owning those systems. As time goes on and more people upgrade their consoles, I expect that to change.