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INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES #1 (Mar 2006) DC Comics

cover:  Ivan Reis
Marc Campos
INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES #1
Date: Mar 2006
Cover Price: $5.99
Publisher: dccomics.com

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NOTE: This comic book does not contain George Pérez's work.

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    Credits
    "Title" (64 pages)
    writer:  Marv Wolfman
    art:  Dan Jurgens
    Jerry Ordway
    Marc Campos
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    News: Infinite Crisis #5 Up 11%

    April 18, 2006 07:17 am
     From www.icv2.com

    INFINITE CRISIS #5 (Perez Cover) (Feb 2006)
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    INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES #1 (Mar 2006)
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    'Infinite Crisis' #5 Up 11%
    March a Healthy Month for Comic Sales
    April 17, 2006

    Diamond sold almost 202,000 copies of Infinite Crisis #5 to comic stores in March, around an 11% increase over its sales of #4. The title is a true juggernaut, taking the #1 slot in every month it's shipped. Although some of the difference in quantity between #4 and #5 may have been the times of the month they shipped (#4 shipped January 18th and #5 shipped March 1st, giving #5 two more weeks to sell reorders), the title certainly isn't losing any steam and may be picking up strength.

    Over-all, it was a strong month for comic circulations, with 11 titles up and 9 down in the top 25 vs. the previous issues.

    201,855 Infinite Crisis #5
    78,740 Infinite Crisis Secret Files 2006

    News: Sales Figures For Top Comics in Feb 2006

    April 14, 2006 08:19 pm
     From www.newsarama.com

    INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES #1 (Mar 2006)
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    MARCH 2006 SALES CHARTS & MARKET SHARE REPORT
    04-14-2006 04:54 PM

    DCD (Diamond Comics Distributors) released their monthly Direct Market sales charts and Market Share report Friday, this month for titles that went on sale in March 2006, and it was split decision time again among the two major publishers. DC recorded the top-selling comic book (Infinite Crisis #5) and top-selling trade paperback (V For Vendetta) of the month, but Marvel remained on top of both Market Share categories.

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    Rank Description Price Ven
    1 INFINITE CRISIS #5 (Of 7)* $3.99 DC
    10 INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES 2006 $5.99 DC
    36 JSA #83 $2.50 DC
    News: Shipping From Diamond (3/13/06)

    March 13, 2006 07:13 pm
     From www.diamondcomics.com

    INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES #1 (Mar 2006)
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    Shipping This Week: March 15, 2006
    Monday, March 13, 2006 10:47:32 AM

    The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores this week. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.

    DEC050246 INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES 2006 $5.99
    DEC052987 DF JSA #82 SGN $14.99

    News: Wolfman's Infinite Secret Crisis

    March 03, 2006 09:18 pm
     From www.comicon.com/pulse

    INFINITE CRISIS SECRET FILES #1 (Mar 2006)
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    WOLFMAN'S INFINITE SECRET CRISIS
    posted 03-01-2006 07:45 PM
    BY JENNIFER M. CONTINO

    (excerpt)

    THE PULSE: What were some of the things that crossed your mind when you thought about working on a project like this? How is it different in this day and age from 20 years ago when you were originally trying to keep secrets from the first Crisis from hitting the masses before they were explored on the page?
    WOLFMAN: Well, I was editor of the original and therefore I had all the headaches, etc. to produce it. Also, 20 years ago nobody had ever done anything like this so getting folk to understand what we were doing was hard. Nowadays they know exactly what doing a massive crossover is like. A for keeping secrets, well, back then there was no internet so it was easy, long as we didn't talk to the fanzines, and since the story was kept under wraps for a long time that was easy, too. Lastly, I'm pretty good about not saying anything. These days it's got to be harder because so many people work on a project like this. Back then it was me, George Perez and Bob Greenberger, the associate editor on the project. Nobody else was involved.

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