In a month full of new #1's the title came in at #22, however the sales figures don't take into account direct postal subscription copies, or digital sales which now account for a lot of Marvel sales, so there will be significantly more copies sold.
|22||Captain Marvel (2016) #1||$3.99||MAR||52,972|
Collected Trade editions also have a long shelf life which help a monthly title.
|44||Captain Marvel and Carol Corps (2015) #1||$3.99||MAR||47,302|
|32||Captain Marvel (2014) #1||$3.99||MAR||44,248|
|42||Captain Marvel (2012) #1||$2.99||MAR||41,582|
|29||Alpha Flight (2011) # 1||$3.99||MAR||46,851|
The figures are pretty similar to previous relaunches of Captain Marvel, but with a slight increase that could be attributed to the variants, the All-New All-Different Marvel push, or even to Alpha Flight's involvement itself.
With a film in the works Marvel are likely to push the title frequently, and we know that Danvers will be playing a major part in the Civil War 2 event, so hopefully the Alphans will continue to appear in the title.