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Here are the weekly manga rankings for October 5 - 11

Rank / This week's sales by copies / Cumulative sales / Titles

*1. 808,741 2,276,482 One Piece Vol.79
*2. 261,773 *,615,795 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu Vol.16
*3. 236,318 *,603,815 Haikyuu!! Vol.18
*4. 196,416 *,196,416 Arslan Senki Vol.4
*5. 175,315 *,348,215 Shokugeki no Souma Vol.15
*6. 128,691 *,129,811 Toshokan Sensou: Love & War Bessatsu-hen Vol.1
*7. *81,498 *,160,551 Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama Vol.16
*8. *53,817 *,106,272 Kinnikuman Vol.52
*9. *46,742 *,*46,742 Baki-Dou Vol.8
10. *45,765 *,*45,765 7Seeds Vol.30

11. *43,899 *,121,727 Haikyuu!! Complete Guidebook Haikyuubon!
12. *43,596 *,553,760 3-gatsu no Lion Vol.11
13. *43,430 *,*43,430 Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san Vol.3
14. *42,208 *,*42,208 Mizutama Honey Boy Vol.3
15. *41,198 *,*75,400 Saiki Kusuo no Ψ Nan Vol.15
16. *39,370 *,733,512 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.4
17. *38,767 *,*38,767 Sengoku Ittouki Vol.14
18. *37,340 *,*80,462 Black Clover Vol.3
19. *35,374 *,140,382 Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou Vol.7
20. *35,175 *,*88,866 Atashinchi Vol.21

21. *33,085 *,*60,602 Jigoku Sensei Nube Neo Vol.4
22. *32,710 *,*57,613 One Punch-Man Hero Encyclopedia
23. *31,980 *,*31,980 Touken Ranbu Online Anthology: Hibana Chirase, Touken Danshi
24. *29,458 *,126,755 Kodoku no Gourmet Vol.2
25. *29,187 *,*29,187 Anata no Koto wa Sorehodo Vol.3
26. *27,504 *,*27,504 Sabaku no Harem Vol.2
27. *26,055 *,*63,330 Let's! Haikyuu!? Vol.2
28. *22,729 *,*45,281 Soul Catcher(S) Vol.9
29. *22,593 2,923,182 One Piece Vol.78
30. *22,374 *,246,335 Giant Killing Vol.36

31. *21,465 *,*88,871 Youkai Watch Vol.8 Limited Edition
32. *21,098 *,285,744 Major 2nd Vol.2
33. *20,011 *,*40,597 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Vol.9
34. *19,900 *,*20,056 Kanojo ni Naru Hi Vol.2
35. *19,430 *,157,073 Koudai-ke no Hitobito Vol.4
36. *19,129 *,*19,129 Hantsu x Trash Vol.8
37. *17,536 *,*17,536 Clover Vol.42
38. *17,153 *,642,168 Kuroko no Basket: Extra Game Vol.1
39. *16,607 *,200,648 Noragami Vol.14
40. *16,577 1,751,791 Shingeki no Kyojin Vol.17

41. *16,541 *,*36,390 One Piece Party Vol.1
42. *16,432 *,114,862 Nijiiro Days Vol.10
43. *16,189 *,276,569 Ahiru no Sora Vol.41
44. *16,074 *,337,271 Fairy Tail Vol.51
45. *15,556 *,*15,556 Kengan Ashura Vol.14
46. *15,364 *,*15,364 Jigokudou Reikai Tsuushin Vol.9
47. *15,293 *,268,797 Skip Beat! Vol.37
48. *15,272 *,*87,140 Mune ga Naru no wa Kimi no Sei Bangai-hen
49. *15,045 *,106,294 5-ji kara 9-ji made Vol.11
50. *14,891 *,109,166 Kou no Dori Vol.10

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HAIKYUU.

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12. *43,596 *,553,760 3-gatsu no Lion Vol.11


Very eager to start reading this manga, Japan seems to be loving it lately.
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Weekly Top 10:

OPM has a decent boost, and Kingdom stills holds well after all this time. Though 111k for 39 volumes means that it's averaging like 2-3k per volume so it's mostly the number of volumes that's helping it at this point.

After 9 days:
*1. 954,354 2,396,122 One Piece Vol.76
*1. 808,741 2,276,482 One Piece Vol.79
*3. 275,009 *,653,412 Haikyuu!! Vol.14
*3. 236,318 *,603,815 Haikyuu!! Vol.18

Just like I thought last week, beating volume 76 would have been too hard for 79. It's second week is like 150k lower than 76's (which coincide with New Year so it probably helped). So One Piece's sales will now slow down probably till next summer when the movie kicks in.
Haikyuu has declined.

After 3 weeks:
19. *49,810 *,602,397 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.1
22. *43,483 *,741,144 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.2
11. *44,289 *,758,890 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.3
16. *39,370 *,733,512 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.4
Saturation point reached.

After 10 weeks:
36. *16,412 1,651,517 Shingeki no Kyojin Vol.16
40. *16,577 1,751,791 Shingeki no Kyojin Vol.17
Still going strong, I like it.
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No favorite this week but YAAY for Rainbow days <3 the boys are hot.

Next week there will be some BL XD (Hope so)
 
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Agafin said:
Weekly Top 10:

OPM has a decent boost, and Kingdom stills holds well after all this time. Though 111k for 39 volumes means that it's averaging like 2-3k per volume so it's mostly the number of volumes that's helping it at this point.

After 9 days:
*1. 954,354 2,396,122 One Piece Vol.76
*3. 275,009 *,653,412 Haikyuu!! Vol.14

Just like I thought last week, beating volume 76 would have been too hard for 79. It's second week is like 100k lower than 76's (which coincide with New Year so it probably helped). So One Piece's sales will now slowed down probably till next summer when the movie kicks in.

After 3 weeks:
19. *49,810 *,602,397 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.1
22. *43,483 *,741,144 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.2
11. *44,289 *,758,890 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.3
Pretty normal

After 10 weeks:
36. *16,412 1,651,517 Shingeki no Kyojin Vol.16
Still going strong, I like it.



Thanks for the top 10 update.

One Piece is going absolutely nuts, but that's per the usual.

Haikyuu seems to be going neck and neck with AC, which is quite interesting imo. I'd say it's even more impressive for AC because Haikyuu has the new anime season going for it, and you can see Haikyuu is doing better with backlog.

Kingdom is still holding strong, but its new volume will come out on Monday, meaning it'll have one massive week and have a huge drop off, as hte sales week will be for 7 days, rather than 2 or 3 days, meaning week 1 might look amazing, but week 2 will drop significantly. But it will be incredibly helpful, as you can tell it's really starting to drop in sales, but the new volume will be a really nice boost for it.

Prison School is still doing really well. I"m kinda curious how popular the anime's been in Japan. It seems to have done quite well for the series.

One Punch Man got a MASSIVE boost, which I'm really happy about. The anime is freaking AMAZING so it's really great to see the manga get some love, and the manga's art is amazing as well.




How does One Piece's sales look compared to previous volume releases?
 
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@MysticLeviathan I edited that post.
 
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*1. 808,741 2,276,482 One Piece Vol.79
*5. 175,315 *,348,215 Shokugeki no Souma Vol.15
36. *19,129 *,*19,129 Hantsu x Trash Vol.8

One Piece dominating as expected, nice to see vol 78 still on the list and edging near the 3 million mark. Shokugeki boost really showing. Hantsu x Trash with decent sales, hope it has long legs, shame the LE didn't rank.
 
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@MysticLeviathan I edited that post.


Ahhhhh okay, thanks.


Interesting patterns.


I'm kinda curious how many digital volumes people are comparing to paper manga. Are there any sales figures for digital manga we can compare to? I feel like in this day and age, people have real incentive to buy digital, as they're cheaper, less clunky, and modern tech allows easier read. I feel like a lot of htese volumes, when factoring both paper and digital, are selling more now than they did then, but obviously that's pure baseless assumption on my part. I wonder if Oricon will ever factor in digital sales into their calculations.

It's nice to see that the manga industry is still thriving, even though it seemed like last year had rather low sales.
 
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Whoa, One Piece vol. 78 got a boost one week after vol. 79 came out. Both that and Attack on Titan have really strong legs. Also neat seeing that OPM is getting a boost, I was just hoping it would get the kind of boost where older volumes would show up on this list.
 
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Let's reach half a million Shokugeki no Souma Vol. 15
 
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So the OPM Encyclopedia got more of a boost than the volumes? what the hell?

 
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With the sales that snk volume 17 has, with five more weeks remaining, I think its fair to say that all 3 volumes for snk will sell over 2million, which is a improvement from last year since volume 14 wasn't able to sell over 2million in 2014. Exciting to see the overall individual sales for the new snk volumes.

Alos kingdom is still going strong, it looks like it will beat snk for this year, but I'm not mad since it's one of my favorite manga. On the other hand I don't want assclass to beat snk.
 
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I'm a bit disappointed no One Punch Man volume made it in the top 50, but it had solid sales overall for the week so it's all good. Next week it should do even better...
Still, anyone's got numbers for the weekly sales of Tokyou Ghoul, Haikyuu or Nanatsu after the first episode of their anime as to compare OPM to them?
5 main aspects I base my ratings on:
1. Did DramaEnthusiast make a thread about it?
2. Is it better than Breaking Bad?
3. Did MellowJello recommend the shit out of it?
4. Has it caused a (very entertaining) shitstorm on MAL?
5. Is it actually good?

Scratch the fifth point, it's not very relevant...
 
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Prison School is still slaying.

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3 haikyuu spots on the list XD XD XD

sasuga one piece, lol vol 78 made it back in XD

MADHOUSE PLEASE :'(
*9. *46,742 *,*46,742 Baki-Dou Vol.8
 
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3 haikyuu spots on the list XD XD XD

sasuga one piece, lol vol 78 made it back in XD

MADHOUSE PLEASE :'(
*9. *46,742 *,*46,742 Baki-Dou Vol.8


Baki already had 2 anime seasons, each with 24 episodes, hardly will get anything more. Also the studio that made them is Group TAC, so the probability of it going to another studio is unlikely.

Also if you don't know, Baki is a series with 118 volumes right now, just jumping to Baki-Dou the "4th part", wouldn't make much sense.
 
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Soul Catcher(S) is still in the game, at 28th place.
 
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I'm a bit disappointed no One Punch Man volume made it in the top 50, but it had solid sales overall for the week so it's all good. Next week it should do even better...
Still, anyone's got numbers for the weekly sales of Tokyou Ghoul, Haikyuu or Nanatsu after the first episode of their anime as to compare OPM to them?

Tokyo ghoul started to rank in the top 50 in its second week after the anime started to air

http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1227671

Nanatsu no taizai started to rank in the top 50 in its first week after the anime aired.

http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1289355
 
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ichii_1 said:

MADHOUSE PLEASE :'(
*9. *46,742 *,*46,742 Baki-Dou Vol.8


Baki already had 2 anime seasons, each with 24 episodes, hardly will get anything more. Also the studio that made them is Group TAC, so the probability of it going to another studio is unlikely.

Also if you don't know, Baki is a series with 118 volumes right now, just jumping to Baki-Dou the "4th part", wouldn't make much sense.


Didn't Group TAC go bankrupt?

The manga doesn't look like it's ending anytime soon so a full remake by madhouse would be worth it, it's been almost 15 years since those series so it's definitely a possibility.
It just needs to get good TV ratings and manga boost (118 vol will make for a pretty nice penny of a bosst XD) and everything else will fall into place :(
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Nice, haikyuu and food wars are doing well
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I'm a bit disappointed no One Punch Man volume made it in the top 50, but it had solid sales overall for the week so it's all good. Next week it should do even better...
Still, anyone's got numbers for the weekly sales of Tokyou Ghoul, Haikyuu or Nanatsu after the first episode of their anime as to compare OPM to them?

The first week isn't really indicative of how a boost will be though. NNT vol.1 for example started at around 50k, maintained that for another week and then fell to the 20-30k range. SNK vol.1 on the other hand, started at 33k, but then literally kept rising week after week till it peaked at 75k before oscillating in the 40-70k range for several weeks, only falling to 20k six months after the anime's debut.

Using Shoseki ranking, OPM looks like its second week could be bigger:
 
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bigivelfhq said:


Baki already had 2 anime seasons, each with 24 episodes, hardly will get anything more. Also the studio that made them is Group TAC, so the probability of it going to another studio is unlikely.

Also if you don't know, Baki is a series with 118 volumes right now, just jumping to Baki-Dou the "4th part", wouldn't make much sense.


Didn't Group TAC go bankrupt?

The manga doesn't look like it's ending anytime soon so a full remake by madhouse would be worth it, it's been almost 15 years since those series so it's definitely a possibility.
It just needs to get good TV ratings and manga boost and everything else will fall into place :(


Oh, it seems like it did filed for Bankruptcy. Didn't knew about that.

Well, a full remake of the series by Madhouse would mean their biggest endeavor ever.
Not only the series isn't that popular for such a thing, but their previous best effort was Hunter x Hunter that had 32 volumes and was adapted in 148 episodes/3 years.
Baki with HxH adaptation pace will take around 545 episodes/9 years, just to get where we are now.

A company like Madhouse totally doesn't have what it takes to make such a big project, unless it just do that and stop doing any other project like Nippon Animation with Chibi-Maruko Chan.
 
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Tokyo ghoul started to rank in the top 50 in its second week after the anime started to air
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1227671

Nanatsu no taizai started to rank in the top 50 in its first week after the anime aired.
http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1289355

Cool, thanks. Those Nanatsu's sales were very front-loaded, I wonder just how much higher it would be in this year's list if the whole anime boost was contained in it.

Agafin said:
The first week isn't really indicative of how a boost will be though. NNT vol.1 for example started at around 50k, maintained that for another week and then fell to the 20-30k range. SNK vol.1 on the other hand, started at 33k, but then literally kept rising week after week till it peaked at 75k before oscillating in the 40-70k range for several weeks, only falling to 20k six months after the anime's debut.

I wish I had paid attention to sales back then, would have been so interesting to see the rise of SnK to where it is now.
Using Shoseki ranking, OPM looks like its second week could be bigger:

Yeah, many of its volumes are ranked 30/35 while last week I don't think they ever went below 46.
5 main aspects I base my ratings on:
1. Did DramaEnthusiast make a thread about it?
2. Is it better than Breaking Bad?
3. Did MellowJello recommend the shit out of it?
4. Has it caused a (very entertaining) shitstorm on MAL?
5. Is it actually good?

Scratch the fifth point, it's not very relevant...
 
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*6. 128,691 *,129,811 Toshokan Sensou: Love & War Bessatsu-hen Vol.1

Oh, these are actually the best sales for a first volume this year, incredible.
 
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*6. 128,691 *,129,811 Toshokan Sensou: Love & War Bessatsu-hen Vol.1

Oh, these are actually the best sales for a first volume this year, incredible.


Note though that this is a sequel! Just like Tokyo Ghoul:Re where 1st volume started with 246,732
 
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Go One Piece.
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*6. 128,691 *,129,811 Toshokan Sensou: Love & War Bessatsu-hen Vol.1

Oh, these are actually the best sales for a first volume this year, incredible.

The best first volume sales for this year would be Dungeon meshi.

50. *20,840 *,381,614 Dungeon Meshi Vol.1

Almost 400k lol http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1419021
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Yay One Piece going strong like evrytime. Also happy for vol. 78 and One Piece Party. One question though, do One Piece partys sales count for the overall One Piece sales?
 
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Z4k said:
Agafin said:
*6. 128,691 *,129,811 Toshokan Sensou: Love & War Bessatsu-hen Vol.1

Oh, these are actually the best sales for a first volume this year, incredible.

The best first volume sales for this year would be Dungeon meshi.

50. *20,840 *,381,614 Dungeon Meshi Vol.1

Almost 400k lol http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1419021

That was after eight months though, I was talking about first week sales.

11. *51,910 *,*51,910 Dungeon Meshi Vol.1

Dungeon Meshi was just incredibly leggy.
 
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Yay One Piece going strong like evrytime. Also happy for vol. 78 and One Piece Party. One question though, do One Piece partys sales count for the overall One Piece sales?


Nope, as it's an entirely different series in an entirely different magazine written by one of Oda's assistant, and not Oda himself.
 
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Yay One Piece going strong like evrytime. Also happy for vol. 78 and One Piece Party. One question though, do One Piece partys sales count for the overall One Piece sales?
No.
 
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AdmiralKizaru98 said:
Yay One Piece going strong like evrytime. Also happy for vol. 78 and One Piece Party. One question though, do One Piece partys sales count for the overall One Piece sales?


Nope, as it's an entirely different series in an entirely different magazine written by one of Oda's assistant, and not Oda himself.

Its not a entirely new series. WTF?
 
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MysticLeviathan said:


Nope, as it's an entirely different series in an entirely different magazine written by one of Oda's assistant, and not Oda himself.

Its not a entirely new series. WTF?


What he meant is that it is a a spinoff and spinoff sales don't count as main story sales..
 
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AdmiralKizaru98 said:

Its not a entirely new series. WTF?


What he meant is that it is a a spinoff and spinoff sales don't count as main story sales..

Ok but it didnt seem like it because he was taling like its Attack on Titan and has nothing to do with One Piece thats why.
 
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shiki-tohno said:


What he meant is that it is a a spinoff and spinoff sales don't count as main story sales..

Ok but it didnt seem like it because he was taling like its Attack on Titan and has nothing to do with One Piece thats why.


By series he was talking of series division, just like Tokyo Ghoul:Re isn't Tokyo Ghoul. They have a different IP and so they are counted separately. It doesn't matter if it is a spin-off, sequel or anything else.
 
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Ok but it didnt seem like it because he was taling like its Attack on Titan and has nothing to do with One Piece thats why.


By series he was talking of series division, just like Tokyo Ghoul:Re isn't Tokyo Ghoul. They have a different IP and so they are counted separately. It doesn't matter if it is a spin-off, sequel or anything else.


To some extend. The samething can be said about the limited edition as well. They are counted separately from the main seried regular edition sales, but the difference is that the limited edition sales will be counted with the overall sales of the main series.
 
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Well, a full remake of the series by Madhouse would mean their biggest endeavor ever.
Not only the series isn't that popular for such a thing, but their previous best effort was Hunter x Hunter that had 32 volumes and was adapted in 148 episodes/3 years.
Baki with HxH adaptation pace will take around 545 episodes/9 years, just to get where we are now.


It isn't as popular as it once was but that's what the anime is for, it's an investment and just the pure 100+ vol manga boost will be worth alot.

The ep. count won't be that high, since baki is pretty fast paced ( except Baki Dou cause that's slow as hell), 1 volume can easily be done in 2 ep.
 
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bigivelfhq said:

Well, a full remake of the series by Madhouse would mean their biggest endeavor ever.
Not only the series isn't that popular for such a thing, but their previous best effort was Hunter x Hunter that had 32 volumes and was adapted in 148 episodes/3 years.
Baki with HxH adaptation pace will take around 545 episodes/9 years, just to get where we are now.


It isn't as popular as it once was but that's what the anime is for, it's an investment and just the pure 100+ vol manga boost will be worth alot.

The ep. count won't be that high, since baki is pretty fast paced ( except Baki Dou cause that's slow as hell), 1 volume can easily be done in 2 ep.

It doesnt change the fact that madhouse can not make a long running anime with 500 episodes or so.
 
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AdmiralKizaru98 said:
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It isn't as popular as it once was but that's what the anime is for, it's an investment and just the pure 100+ vol manga boost will be worth alot.

The ep. count won't be that high, since baki is pretty fast paced ( except Baki Dou cause that's slow as hell), 1 volume can easily be done in 2 ep.

It doesnt change the fact that madhouse can not make a long running anime with 500 episodes or so.


They can, but not by themselves. It would require a ton of freelancers or some sort of joint venture with another studio, and a buttload of funding from the manga's publisher and maybe the mangaka himself.
 
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It doesnt change the fact that madhouse can not make a long running anime with 500 episodes or so.

Except it won't be close to 500 and more like 200 something.
 
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*3. 236,318 *,603,815 Haikyuu!! Vol.18
*5. 175,315 *,348,215 Shokugeki no Souma Vol.15
11. *43,899 *,121,727 Haikyuu!! Complete Guidebook Haikyuubon!
12. *43,596 *,553,760 3-gatsu no Lion Vol.11
16. *39,370 *,733,512 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.4
22. *32,710 *,*57,613 One Punch-Man Hero Encyclopedia
27. *26,055 *,*63,330 Let's! Haikyuu!? Vol.2
39. *16,607 *,200,648 Noragami Vol.14
42. *16,432 *,114,862 Nijiiro Days Vol.10

I'm loving this week's ranking, with 3 Haikyuu!! spots and only one of them to do with the anime's influence.
no OPM volumes, but I suspect that'll change in the coming weeks.
I've been interested in reading a couple of things in this list too.
 
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Good to see Haikyuu doing so well!
 
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Awesome! Haikyuu is in the top 5!

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Haikyuu!! <3
Also nice seeing FT still hanging in there uwu.
 
Oct 14, 2015 9:28 PM
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Great to see shokugeki...
 
Oct 14, 2015 10:17 PM

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Sad to see that tower of god still isn't part of the Myanimelist database.
 
Oct 14, 2015 10:39 PM

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noooooooooo
 
Oct 14, 2015 11:40 PM

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*1. 808,741 2,276,482 One Piece Vol.79
*2. 261,773 *,615,795 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu Vol.16
*3. 236,318 *,603,815 Haikyuu!! Vol.18
*4. 196,416 *,196,416 Arslan Senki Vol.4
*5. 175,315 *,348,215 Shokugeki no Souma Vol.15


Nice, some of my favorites series all in the top 5 this week.
Hoping to see 3-gatsu no Lion there sometimes in the top 10 next time.
 
Oct 14, 2015 11:55 PM

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Great to see Arslan and 7seeds doing well(7Seeds anime adaptation wen?!), don't care too much for the rest of top 10
 
Oct 15, 2015 2:31 AM
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Great see Ansatsu Kyoushitsu doing well. I can't wait for 2nd season
 
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