I was looking at Newsarama's #'s for comic books sold for October. Godland sold for 4,000 issues. The top civil war comic sold for 200,000+ issues. Now, obviously Godland is not going to sell that well. I don't think anyone would expect it to, in today's market. But is there any reason why this series is not selling better than it should? I originally strayed away because adding another comic to my usual purchase meant an additional $3 a month which I felt I could avoid, but I bought the first trade and was enamored by it. It's got the flair of Lee / Kirby book but the feel of a modern take on the subject. I'm not gonna spend much more time talking about why I like the book because it's somewhat irellevant and, also, I have been drinking, but it just shocks me a little that a book of this caliber isn't reaching a higher audience. Again, that's not to say I don't collect or read the top 20 or so, but I'd just assume it would do better.