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Pop Culture Media is an entertainment media and lifestyle company for a generation that loves larger than life characters, celebrities and entertainment franchises.

Pop Culture Media through it's brands ComicBook.com and PopCulture.com, reaches more than 25 million monthly unique visitors (Google Analytics: March 2017) and 27 million social followers.

It’s the nation’s go-to source for all things pop culture. From celebrity and trending news to comics, anime, gaming, and franchises like The Walking Dead, Star Wars, Star Trek, Netflix and WWE, ComicBook.com and PopCulture.com speaks to a genre of fans that eat, sleep and play amidst today's pop culture. 

Our comprehensive team of experts and newsmakers talk directly with the entertainers and the creators of the industry, as well as the community at large, providing fans an authentic, one-of-a-kind view of the entertainment landscape.

PopCulture.com and ComicBook.com are divisions of ComicBook, LLC dba Pop Culture Media.

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AUDIENCE: (comScore) 

Pop Culture Media reached 16.843 million unique visitors in July 2017 according to comScore, ranking as the 12th largest company in the "Entertainment News" category (25 MM according to internal data from Google Analytics).

Pop Culture Media skews high in the coveted cord-cutting millennial demographic of 18-34 and 25-34. 

  • Pop Culture Media (All Combined)
    • 25+ million social followers
    • Demographic Profile: comScore May 2017
      • Male: 46.3% / Female: 53.7%
      • All Persons 18 - 34: Composite Index (168) / Total 47.8%
      • All Persons 25 - 34: Composite Index (206) / Total 32.9% 
  • ComicBook.com
    • 10.100 million unique visitors in April 2017 according to comScore
    • Largest audience and most respected brand in superhero and comic-inspired media
    • Demographic Profile: comScore May 2017
      • Male: 60.6% / Female: 39.4%
      • All Persons 18-34: Composite Index (209) / Total 59.4%
      • All Persons 25-34: Composite Index (262) / Total 41.8%
      • Males 18 - 34: Composite Index (285) / Total 40.3%
      • Males 25 - 34: Composite Index (361) / Total 28.6%