It has recently come to the attention of Marvel that although people keep fighting and arguing for diverse comic books, they are not selling very well. Do the people who actually read comics want diversity? Is it just argued because people like the idea of diversity? This upcoming March, Marvel plans to cut at least five comics that would fit in the diverse category. According to their VP of sales, “What we heard was that people didn’t want any more diversity. They didn’t want female characters out there. I don’t know that that’s really true, but that’s what we saw in sales”. This shows that people are putting input into an area they really shouldn’t be. This is like telling a musician he needs to change their style and then still not buying their music or supporting them. Other retailers have come out and said the same thing about these diverse comics not doing well in their shops too. In 2017, only one female fronted comic was in the top ten comic book sales. Even though sales overall seem to be down, there are still some diverse comics that stayed valuable and wanted during resale such as, Wonder Woman, Captain Phasma, Rat Queens, Harley Quinn, DC SuperHero Girls, and Paper Girls. These are all comics that have been around for a while. Diversity may be wanted, but it has not been able to prove itself in single issue sales.