|74||CAPTAIN MARVEL #5||$3.99||23,812|
|22||Captain Marvel (2016) #1||$3.99||52,972|
|64||Captain Marvel (2016) #2||$3.99||28,962|
|69||Captain Marvel (2016) #3||$3.99||28,469|
|77||Captain Marvel (2016) #4||$3.99||25,156|
|126||Captain Marvel (2014) #5||$3.99||23,666|
|91||Captain Marvel (2012) #5||$2.99||28,619|
|115||Alpha Flight (2011) #5||$2.99||20,731|
The title drops another 1,350 sales, in a month that is generally down on sales compared to last year.
The drop is pretty consistent with previous incarnations of the title, and still stronger than the last Alpha Fight volume was, so it's not doom and gloom at all.
The next issue heralds a new creative team, and a tie-in to Marvel's summer event Civil War II so there is a chance sales may pick up slightly.
With Captain Marvel the figurehead of the crossover it's unlikely the title will end prematurely.