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Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:29 pm

Month by month revenue based on ICV2.com figures:

Total TF Revenue December 2006: $209,000.
Total TF Revenue November 2006: $208,000
Total TF Revenue October 2006: $189,533
Total TF Revenue January 2007 $161,380
Total TF Revenue for February 2007 $121,024
Total TF Revenue for March 2007 $329,932
Total TF Revenue for April 2007 $198,345
Total TF Revenue for May 2007 $238,936.79
Total TF Revenue for June 2007 $535,169.76

Yep, best month yet!
Thanks to the movie.

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 8:18 am

Interesting!
There seems to have been something of a peak back in March... what was released then, was it the first of the movie prequal comics or something?

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:18 am

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:16 am

Goes to show quality and sales don't always go hand in hand? IDW's latest batch haven't been their best.
 

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:21 am

spiderfrommars wrote:Goes to show quality and sales don't always go hand in hand? IDW's latest batch haven't been their best.


TBH their sales, looking at the graph, seem more determined by school holidays! Sales go up at Christmas, Easter but especially over the Summer vacation :)
 

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:25 am

I wonder what a graph would look like if u plotted video-games sales against it?

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:59 pm

Legion wrote:Interesting!
There seems to have been something of a peak back in March... what was released then, was it the first of the movie prequal comics or something?


It just depends on their release schedule and the number of titles out at that moment, really. I think in March they had more titles out compared to other months and maybe some TPB's as well, which are included in these figures.

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 5:26 pm

I wonder what it would look like if we had sales figures from IDW since the start of Infiltration.

THEN we could measure that against releases of new toy lines or movies or cartoons.

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:48 pm

Shanti418 wrote:I wonder what it would look like if we had sales figures from IDW since the start of Infiltration.

THEN we could measure that against releases of new toy lines or movies or cartoons.


Your wish is granted.....

TF Revenue by Month:
January 2006: $135,949.32
February 2006: $208,926.25
March 2006: $215,649.15
April 2006: $195,123.81
May 2006: $183,535.02
June 2006: $36,299.22
July 2006: $238,171.31
August 2006: $209,218.77
September 2006: $221,788.81
October 2006: $189,039.86
November 2006: $208,371.93
December 2006: $208,802.80
January 2007 $161,380
February 2007 $121,024
March 2007 $329,932
April 2007 $198,345
May 2007 $238,936.79
June 2007 $535,169.76


TRANSFORMERS: INFILTRATION
JAN06 #1 45,468
FEB06 #2 35,828
MAR06 #3 30,344
APR06 #4 28,835
MAY06 #5 27,264
JUL06 #6 25,303

BEAST WARS: THE GATHERING
FEB06 #1 34,047
MAR06 #2 25,737
APR06 #3 23,966
MAY06 #4 22,590

TRANSFORMERS: GENERATIONS
MAR06 #01 24,104
APR06 #02 18,718
MAY06 #03 13,844 +
JUN06 #03 1,592 = 15,436
JUN06 #04 12,986
JUL07 #05 11,141
AUG06 #06 10,203
SEP06 #07 9,455
OCT06 #08 8,678
NOV06 #09 7,803
DEC06 #10 7,150
FEB07 #11 6,337
MAR07 #12 6,263

TRANSFORMERS: STORMBRINGER
JUL06 #1 24,542
AUG06 #2 20,415
SEP06 #3 18,792
OCT06 #4 17,449

TRANSFORMERS: HEARTS OF STEEL
JUL06 #1 20,533
AUG06 #2 18,573
AUG06 #3 17,085
SEP06 #4 15,659

TRANSFORMERS: SPOTLIGHTS
SEP06 #1 16,865
OCT06 #2 13,404
NOV06 #3 14,133
DEC06 #4 13,592
JAN07 #5 13,434
MAR07 #6 13,556
APR07 #7 12,129

TRANSFORMERS: ANIMATED MOVIE
OCT06 #1 15,483
NOV06 #2 12,596
DEC06 #3 12,168
JAN07 #4 11,295

TRANSFORMERS: ESCALATION
NOV06 #1 20,625
DEC06 #2 16,363
JAN07 #3 15,616
FEB07 #4 14,737
MAR07 #5 14,932
MAY07 #6 14,446

TRANSFORMERS: MOVIE PREQUEL
FEB07 #1 2,819*
MAR07 #1 23,658 = 26,477
MAR07 #2 18,039
APR07 #3 18,000
MAY07 #4 17,306

TRANSFORMERS: TARGET 2006
APR07 #1 11,437
MAY07 #2 10,792

AUG06 - COVER GALLERY 1 (257) - 2,697
SEP06 - TRANSFORMERS INFILTRATION - 1,398
DEC06 - TF EVOLUTIONS HEARTS OF STEEL - 1,147
FEB07 - TRANSFORMERS STORMBRINGER - 1,414
MAR07 - DREAMWAVE WAR WITHIN V1 - 1,207
MAY07 - COVER GALLERY 2 (282) - 3,197
MAY07 - ANIMATED MOVIE ADAPTATION - 1,570
MAY07 - TRANSFORMERS ESCALATION - 1,410

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Wed Jul 18, 2007 10:32 am

I sense another graph....

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Wed Jul 18, 2007 11:46 pm

Impactor returns 2.0 wrote:I sense another graph....


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Off the first look, the most striking thing to me was that the original animated movie adaptation did so well. I thought it would have seen more Generations type numbers.

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Thu Jul 19, 2007 2:12 am

So over the past 18 months, they IDW averages from Transformer sales an estimated $213,092 in U.S. revenue. I say "U.S. revenue" because these figures don't include overseas sales, if I'm not mistaken.

So from U.S. sales, TF brings in about two and a half million dollars.

That's by ICV2.com figure estimates.

Like I said, doesn't include international sales and other sources of revenue from Transformers.

And I suck at accounting, so I could be off. But two and a half million doesn't sound to shabby.

Love to see a graph, though.

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Thu Jul 19, 2007 5:33 pm

Probably the best out of IDW's lineup, although at least IDW's other titles can fend for themselves, unlike Dreamwave. I wonder how much the fees they have to pay Hasbro are....

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Tue Aug 21, 2007 2:08 pm

Sales estimates for July 2007 by ICV2.com


35 NEW AVENGERS TRANSFORMERS #1 (Of 4) 60,565 copies
141 TRANSFORMERS MEGATRON ORIGIN #2 14,754 copies
147 TRANSFORMERS SPOTLIGHT GALVATRON 13,413 copies
184 TRANSFORMERS SPOTLIGHT TARGET 2006 #4 8,713 copies

TPB
62 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE PREQUEL TP 1,852 copies
64 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE TP 1,843 copies



Assuming IDW gets half of the revenue from the Avengers crossover shared with Marvel, that would give this month about $307,872.93

Anybody know how much IDW would get from this crossover so that these numbers can be accurate?


Summary:
Total TF Revenue December 2006: $209,000.
Total TF Revenue November 2006: $208,000
Total TF Revenue October 2006: $189,533
Total TF Revenue January 2007 $161,380
Total TF Revenue for February 2007 $121,024
Total TF Revenue for March 2007 $329,932
Total TF Revenue for April 2007 $198,345
Total TF Revenue for May 2007 $238,936.79
Total TF Revenue for June 2007 $535,169.76
Total TF Revenue for July 2007 $307,872.93

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Tue Aug 21, 2007 2:35 pm

Could we perhaps compare these to the second biggest IDW-property? That would be Angel, correct? :o

Would be nice to see how TF fends itself in comparrisson each month, so we could see if it's worth the costs of the license. ( wich, surely, must be high.)

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Tue Aug 21, 2007 3:42 pm

Predabot wrote:Could we perhaps compare these to the second biggest IDW-property? That would be Angel, correct? :o

Would be nice to see how TF fends itself in comparrisson each month, so we could see if it's worth the costs of the license. ( wich, surely, must be high.)


Well, this is how the other IDW titles rounded out. Looks like Star Trek is it's next biggest title, followed by all the horror stuff:

148 STAR TREK YEAR FOUR #1 IDW 13,112 copies
175 STAR TREK KLINGONS BLOOD WILL TELL #3 IDW 9,476 copies
178 TANK GIRL GIFTING #2 IDW 9,090 copies
182 STAR TREK TNG SPACE BETWEEN #6 (Of 6) IDW 8,814 copies
206 SPIKE SHADOW PUPPETS #2 IDW 7,071 copies
216 FALLEN ANGEL IDW #18 IDW 6,418 copies
223 30 DAYS O/NIGHT EBEN & STELLA #3 IDW 6,250 copies
242 IDW FOCUS O/STAR TREK IDW 4,960 copies
243 GENE SIMMONS HOUSE O/HORRORS #1 IDW 4,951 copies
255 SCARFACE DEVIL I/DISGUISE #1 IDW 3,954 copies
271 METAL GEAR SOLID SONS O/LIBERTY #10 IDW 3,209 copies

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Tue Aug 21, 2007 5:26 pm

wow.

good to see you can publish at such numbers and apparently stay in business, means there is room in the market for 'smaller' properties.

expect a big surge in Angel when they make Season 6 though.

i for one will be all over it.
 

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Tue Aug 21, 2007 5:55 pm

Well, they say Marvel did most of the work for the TF/Avengers crossover.

So I would estimate that IDW would get more like 25% than 50%.

So based on this:

Total TF Revenue December 2006: $209,000.
Total TF Revenue November 2006: $208,000
Total TF Revenue October 2006: $189,533
Total TF Revenue January 2007 $161,380
Total TF Revenue for February 2007 $121,024
Total TF Revenue for March 2007 $329,932
Total TF Revenue for April 2007 $198,345
Total TF Revenue for May 2007 $238,936.79
Total TF Revenue for June 2007 $535,169.76
Total TF Revenue for July 2007 $262,600.59


And more good news. According to ICV2.com, TPB's sold through other channels (like Barnes and Nobles) are not included in these figures. I was in B&N yesterday, and to my pleasant surprise found a table with the Movie TPB, the Movie Prequel TPB, and the Stormbringer TPB being sold. Nice to see.

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Fri Aug 24, 2007 1:28 pm

Hibbs or someone does the TPB sales at CBR if I can remember correctly, you should be able to find them. They're just as inaccurate as the DM sales figures. They used to be even worse as you couldn't even use them to get an average as they only recorded what was selling really well during a set time-period. So something could sell gangbusters during the first part of the year, then not shift over 300 copies in the last and therefore not make the chart. Bookscan got altered recently so it records sales slightly better now, IIRC.

TF/Avengers is basically a Marvel book. I have no idea how the money is split. Perhaps the same way as the Dabel Bros. deal.

There's a big push on TF products in my company at the moment, but it won't last much longer and I don't think GN sales were all that, tbh. Although TPB sales are basically money in the bank after a certain, normally pretty low, point. It was recently revealed that TPB sales basically keep Vertigo afloat, for example.

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Fri Aug 24, 2007 1:35 pm

Well... I gotta say... TF RULES THE IDW BOX-OFFICE!!! :eek:

I could never even immagine... that our beloved giant fighting alien robots supply such a ginormous percentage of IDW's income..

Hot damn. This aint no bad property. :)

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Fri Aug 24, 2007 6:43 pm

Predabot wrote:Well... I gotta say... TF RULES THE IDW BOX-OFFICE!!! :eek:

I could never even immagine... that our beloved giant fighting alien robots supply such a ginormous percentage of IDW's income..

Hot damn. This aint no bad property. :)


Sales are only one part of the equation.

The cost of the license is the other. If you look at DW's bankruptcy debt sheet, the cost of the license was quite high and probably the biggest factor, after corrupt business practices, in sinking the company.

According to Ryall last year, it was necessary to increase the price of Transformers:Generations to $3.99 to make it worth it monetarily.

So though TF might make up the largest portion of IDW sales, you can bet your left nut TF is also their biggest expense.

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Sat Aug 25, 2007 4:05 am

I was just thinking... that must put an awful lot of pressure on Furman and the other writers and artists. Needing to write big titles that need to sell big or they're in the hole. I wonder if it constrains them creatively.
 

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Mon Aug 27, 2007 12:30 am

I just don't think that's the situation IDW is in. That was DW's situation.


They had TF, and then they had a bunch of crap no one bought that they still published with the money TF was bringing in. When the TF sales started going down (post early 00s nostalgia time), then DW started sagging because they didn't want to stop publishing crap or buying fast cars.


IDW has plenty of other properties, and they were doing fine financially before TF. They know how to make their numbers and revenue work.



With that being said, I really don't see how Generations at 3.99 makes any sort of sense whatsoever.

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Mon Aug 27, 2007 4:16 am

Maybe Generations needed two licenses, for the reprints and for the TF license in general?
 

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Mon Aug 27, 2007 1:15 pm

Yaya wrote:Sales are only one part of the equation.

The cost of the license is the other. If you look at DW's bankruptcy debt sheet, the cost of the license was quite high and probably the biggest factor, after corrupt business practices, in sinking the company.

According to Ryall last year, it was necessary to increase the price of Transformers:Generations to $3.99 to make it worth it monetarily.

So though TF might make up the largest portion of IDW sales, you can bet your left nut TF is also their biggest expense.
Would you be so kind as to show us this debt sheet? It might give us an idea as to how much TF is costing IDW, and then we can detract that cost from the revenue gained, and get a true number of how valuable TF might be to IDW.

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Yaya wrote:Sales are only one part of the equation.

The cost of the license is the other. If you look at DW's bankruptcy debt sheet, the cost of the license was quite high and probably the biggest factor, after corrupt business practices, in sinking the company.

According to Ryall last year, it was necessary to increase the price of Transformers:Generations to $3.99 to make it worth it monetarily.

So though TF might make up the largest portion of IDW sales, you can bet your left nut TF is also their biggest expense.
Would you be so kind as to show us this debt sheet? It might give us an idea as to how much TF is costing IDW, and then we can detract that cost from the revenue gained, and get a true number of how valuable TF might be to IDW.


I wish I had it. The one person I know has the link is Denyer. He has everything. I'm sure he could dig up the link for us, but he hasn't been around for a while.

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Tue Aug 28, 2007 3:03 pm

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Tue Aug 28, 2007 3:26 pm

Found it!

http://www.comicbookresources.com/colum ... ticle=2102 from February 5, 2005

DREAMWAVE PRODUCTIONS OF THE TOWN OF MARKHAM, IN REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK, IN PROVINCE OF ONTARIO

Mailing List Creators What? Contingent

1 ADAM PATYK $18,400.00 $18,400.00 TF Writer
2 JAMES MCDONOUGH unknown
3 JAMES MCDONOUGH $26,286.00 $26,286.00 TF Writer

Secured

4 BMW GROUP FINANCIAL SERVICES CANADA $56,000.00 Roger's BMW Z3
5 BMW GROUP FINANCIAL SERVICES CANADA $58,000.00 Roger's BMW X5
6 IMAGE FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. $10,294.00
7 NATIONAL LEASING CORPORATION unknown Equipment
8 NORTHSTAR LEASING CORPORATION unknown Equipment Leasing
9 STEELCASE FINANCIAL SERVICES LTD. unknown Office

Furniture Lease

10 TEDDY AND ANNE LEE $141,000.00 Pat & Roger's parents
11 TELETECH FINANCIAL CORPORATION unknown

Unsecured

12 407ETR $60.00 Toll Highway
13 ALAN WANG $13,733.00 $13,733.00
14 ALEX MILNE $4,330.00 $4,330.00
15 ANTHONY WASHINGTON $343.00 $343.00
16 BELL CANADA $730.00 Telephone
17 BELL CANADA $963.00 Telephone
18 BELL CANADA $1,077.00 Telephone
19 BENJAMIN LEE $6,720.00 $6,720.00
20 BRIAN AUGUSTYN $1,324.00 $1,324.00
21 C & C OFFSET PRINTING CO. (NY) INC. $24,679.00 Printing
22 CANADA REVENUE AGENCY $6,300.00 Canada Tax Office
23 CANADA REVENUE AGENCY unknown Canada Tax Office
24 CANON CANADA INC $70.00 Photocopier
25 CITICAPITAL TECHNOLOGY FINANCE LTD $662.00 (this place shares the same address with #11 Teletech Financial. It could be the body in charge of their asset clearance).
26 DIAMOND COMIC DISTRIBUTOR unknown
27 DON FIGUEROA $15,435.00 $15,435.00
28 EDWIN GARCIA $2,375.00 $2,375.00
29 ELAINE TO $20,501.00 $20,501.00
30 ERIC MICHAEL BURNS $478.00 $478.00
31 ERIK SANDER $2,059.00 $2,059.00
32 ESPEN GRUNDETJERN $6,375.00 $6,375.00
33 FEDEX $5,983.00 Shipping
34 FERD POBLETE $6,010.00 $6,010.00
35 GUIDO GUIDI $2,716.00 $2,716.00
36 GWL REALTY $36,608.00 Office Rent
37 HASBRO, INC. $494,442.00 TF Royalty
38 HEENAN BLAIKIE LLP $1,663.00 Lawyer
39 IMAGE FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. unknown
40 JEREMY TIONGSON $10,096.00 $10,096.00
41 JOE NG $2,114.00 $2,114.00
42 JOEL BENJAMIN $3,678.00 $3,678.00
43 JOHN NEY RIEBER $1,550.00 $1,550.00
44 JOHNATHAN HO $444.00 $444.00
45 JOSHUA PEREZ $1,642.00 $1,642.00
46 JUSTINO DAVID PENA $2,206.00 $2,206.00
47 KE JIANG $630.00 $630.00
48 LIN JIAN LONG $161.00 $161.00
49 MARCELO MATERE $4,045.00 $4,045.00
50 MATT HANSEN $658.00 $658.00
51 MILLER THOMAS LLP $1,787.00 Lawyer
52 MORGAN THOMAS $8,753.00 $8,753.00
53 MOST MANAGEMENT (CAPCOM) $9,195.00 Capcom Royalty
54 MTS ALLSTREAM INC $3,514.00 Long Distance Carrier
55 PATRICK BUENDIA $555.00 $555.00
56 PAYMENTECH CANADA $75.00 Credit Merchant Services
57 PITNEY BOWES $85.00 Office Appliance
58 QUEBECOR WORLD LEBONFON $4,685.00 Printing
59 QUEBECOR WORLD MONTREAL MAGOG $243,917.00 Printing
60 REED EXHIBITIONS $3,345.00 Trade Show
61 REGENT PUBLISHING SERVICES LIMITED $1,742.00
62 RICH YOUNG $16,412.00 $16,412.00
63 ROBERT ARMSTRONG $420.00 $420.00
64 ROBERT RUFFOLO $805.00 $805.00
65 ROMULO ADALBERTO SOARES DA SILVA $3,237.00 $3,237.00
66 SHELDON LAZAROVITZ unknown unknown
67 SIGMOND TORRE $600.00 $600.00
68 SIMON FURMAN $16,674.00 $16,674.00
69 STAR CHOICE $128.00 Satellite TV
70 STUART NG $956.00 $956.00
71 SUSAN LOU $3,953.00 $3,953.00
72 TALENT PUN $1,800.00 $1,800.00
73 TELLUS MOBILITY $655.00 Cel phone
74 UPS unknown Shipping
75 VMC GROUP $1,154.00 Marketing services (Trade Show Booth)
76 WEB OFFSET PUBLICATIONS LIMITED $38,947.00 Printing
77 WINTERBELL $4,520.00 $4,520.00
78 XL LABORATORIES INC $3,284.00 (Associated with poster printing)
79 YVONNE POON $210.00 $210.00

Number of creditors printed = 79
Total $1,364,248.00 $213,204.00




So they owed Hasbro almost half a million dollars at that time. Whether this was for one year, two years, part of a year is anybody's guess.

"But the Costa story featuring Starscream? Fantastic! This guy is "The One", I just know it, just from these few pages. "--Yaya, who is never wrong.

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Tue Aug 28, 2007 5:34 pm

Man, look at how much they owe Don and Simon >_< That would royally screw me up financially

We have a client right now our company is battling with because they owe us a ton of money too and refuse to pay and it is such a pain in the ass.
 
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