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Here are the manga and light novel sales rankings for the first half of the fiscal year of 2017 (November 21, 2016 - May 21, 2017).

Manga Sales by Series
*1. 5,969,851 One Piece
*2. 3,974,437 Shingeki no Kyojin
*3. 3,244,618 Kingdom
*4. 3,086,097 Haikyuu!!
*5. 2,154,752 Tokyo Ghoul:re
*6. 2,097,088 Boku no Hero Academia
*7. 1,982,356 One Punch-Man
*8. 1,881,062 Nanatsu no Taizai
*9. 1,653,403 Detective Conan
10. 1,469,092 Shokugeki no Souma

11. 1,366,004 Ao no Exorcist
12. 1,357,012 Magi
13. 1,204,705 Fairy Tail
14. 1,090,487 3-gatsu no Lion
15. 1,000,886 P to JK
16. *,960,590 Nigeru wa Haji daga Yaku ni Tatsu
17. *,936,645 Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card-hen
18. *,927,125 Terra Formars
19. *,888,546 Diamond no Ace Act II
20. *,879,495 World Trigger

21. *,847,561 Tokyo Tarareba Musume
22. *,833,135 Kuroshitsuji
23. *,826,564 Days
24. *,795,445 Gintama
25. *,794,612 Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
26. *,794,342 Yowamushi Pedal
27. *,791,393 Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken Series Comicalize Series
28. *,790,032 Black Clover
29. *,757,375 Boruto: Naruto the Movie Comicalize Series
30. *,752,854 Major 2nd

Manga Sales by Volumes
*1. 2,605,418 One Piece Vol.84
*2. 2,283,348 One Piece Vol.85
*3. 1,576,240 Shingeki no Kyojin Vol.21
*4. 1,405,736 Shingeki no Kyojin Vol.22
*5. *,868,244 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.9
*6. *,867,000 Haikyuu!! Vol.24
*7. *,848,678 One Punch-Man Vol.12
*8. *,809,898 Haikyuu!! Vol.25
*9. *,785,881 Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol.10
10. *,782,182 Kingdom Vol.45

11. *,699,579 Kingdom Vol.46
12. *,677,862 Haikyuu!! Vol.26
13. *,663,665 One Punch-Man Vol.13
14. *,644,589 Nanatsu no Taizai Vol.24
15. *,624,558 Detective Conan Vol.91
16. *,620,152 Kuroshitsuji Vol.24
17. *,610,792 Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii Vol.3
18. *,563,907 Boku no Hero Academia Vol.12
19. *,561,908 Dungeon Meshi Vol.4
20. *,557,930 Nanatsu no Taizai Vol.25

Rank 21 - 100



Light Novel Sales by Series
*1. *,707,300 Sword Art Online
*2. *,578,811 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
*3. *,540,806 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
*4. *,412,086 Kimi no Na wa.
*5. *,344,286 Youjo Senki
*6. *,299,957 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
*7. *,275,579 Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records
*8. *,239,132 Eromanga-sensei
*9. *,231,214 Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
10. *,168,725 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! Spin-off

11. *,155,631 Overlord
12. *,155,625 Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata
13. *,151,679 Monogatari Series
14. *,140,639 Kokuhaku Yokou Renshuu Series
15. *,137,160 No Game No Life
16. *,123,136 Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Gaiden: Sword Oratoria
17. *,117,210 Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka
18. *,108,564 Goblin Slayer
19. *,104,018 Hidan no Aria
20. *,*96,624 Fate/strange Fake

21. *,*96,200 Bungou Stray Dogs
22. *,*94,469 No Game No Life: Practical War Game
23. *,*93,118 Accel World
24. *,*88,653 Haikyuu!! Shousetsu-ban!!
25. *,*87,316 Imouto sae Ireba Ii.
26. *,*85,505 Gamers!
27. *,*84,372 Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou
28. *,*80,553 Tokyo Ghoul:re
29. *,*79,133 Shinyaku Toaru Majutsu no Index
30. *,*76,801 Ryuuou no Oshigoto!


Light Novel Sales by Volumes
*1. *,285,125 Sword Art Online Vol.19
*2. *,264,066 Kimi no Na wa. (Kadokawa Bunko)
*3. *,173,046 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei Vol.21
*4. *,148,020 Kimi no Na wa. (Kadokawa Tsubasa Bunko)
*5. *,129,377 Monogatari Series: Off Season "Musubimonogatari"
*6. *,102,985 Youjo Senki Vol.1
*7. *,101,480 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu Vol.11
*8. *,*95,920 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! Vol.11
*9. *,*92,710 No Game No Life: Practical War Game
10. *,*91,034 Accel World Vol.21

11. *,*80,553 Tokyo Ghoul:re "Quest"
12. *,*79,431 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu Vol.12
13. *,*74,491 Kimi no Na wa. Another Side: Earthbound
14. *,*71,009 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! Spin-off: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Bakuen wo! Vol.4
15. *,*69,463 Meitantei Conan Karakurenai no Love Letter
16. *,*63,055 Youjo Senki Vol.2
17. *,*61,604 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! Vol.10
18. *,*60,501 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! Vol.1
19. *,*60,135 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu Vol.1
20. *,*59,791 Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken Vol.9

Rank 21 - 41

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NGNL had no volume in this time period. Still that's quite a good amount of back log over 100k.
 
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Remember to double or triple the sales to get an accurate sense of the total sales since digital sales aren't counted in this list.

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69. *,255,116 Toriko Vol.43
77. *,239,555 Toriko Vol.42

Greato.
22. *,*58,999 Bleach: We Do Knot Always Love You

Nice, and it doesn't even have a vol out this year yet.
11. *,155,631 Overlord
 
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I'm glad to see these manga and ln in here!

 
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Good to see Kingdom so high up! Season 3 when?
 
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really sad how much Index drops with each passing year.
 
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Glad to see some of my fav series in the top ten for the manga list and in the LN list.
 
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Naisu desu, glad to see so many good manga/LN on the high rankings.
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Really, sales of SAO are impressive...
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76. *,243,641 Dakaretai Otoko 1-i ni Odosarete Imasu. Vol.3

OMG WTF??? I CANT BREATH. FIRST YAOI APPEAR IN YEARLY LIST??? I DONT KNOW IM SO HAPPY.

Seriously Japan, I don't know why they love this manga but I'm glad there is a BL in this list. First time in my life, I see a BL I'm yearly list tbh.
 
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*3. 3,244,618 Kingdom

Riboku-sama boosted the sales.

 
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One piece had only 2 volumes released?
 
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*3. 3,244,618 Kingdom

Riboku-sama boosted the sales.

S3 when ;_;. Dying waiting here.
 
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Good to see Barakamon up there selling well!..Season 2 when?
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Good to see Konosuba doing well, but see Re:Zero almost sales as much without new seasons is insane (a little bit salty, since Im a big Konosuba LN fan). Then again, as long as Konosuba still selling OK, I am happy XD
 
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Good to see Konosuba doing well, but see Re:Zero almost sales as much without new seasons is insane (a little bit salty, since Im a big Konosuba LN fan). Then again, as long as Konosuba still selling OK, I am happy XD


Re:Zero released 2 volumes then Konosuba released only 1 volume during this period. You have to look at volume sales rather than total sales.

Kimi no Na wa is not far from becoming the best selling LN volume of all time with 1,882,747 copies sold.
 
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*9. 2,179,345 Tokyo Ghoul:re (2016)
*5. 2,154,752 Tokyo Ghoul:re (2017)

That consistency though.
 
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One piece had only 2 volumes released?


27. *,454,624 One Piece Vol.83
released first week of november.

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Ramkec said:
*3. 3,244,618 Kingdom

Riboku-sama boosted the sales.

S3 when ;_;. Dying waiting here.


You wanted to say S1 remastered with complete plot when :)
 
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As expected of Kirito-sama...

A beater is always #1 :) :)


Mhhh... I'm now wondering what the heck is happening in SnS... :/
 
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OP is top again. Nothing new here. Come one, we need Kingdom and Tokyo Ghoul Season 3. WOW! CCS is selling well after all these years.
But it's important to remember that a movie review is subjective;it only gives you one person's opinion.

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Mahouka still up there even with having only one volume released so far this year, I guess the other 120k came from the movie hype boost
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Hero Academia almost cracked the Top 5, but this is still a victory nonetheless :D....Happy for Re:Zero, KonoSuba and most of all Youjo Senki too (Nice to see Akashtic Records getting some love as well)

Not surprised to see One Piece and SAO taking the top spots though xD
 
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*3. 3,244,618 Kingdom

Riboku-sama boosted the sales.



Ya meant Ousen, right?
 
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It's unusual to see that several titles from less famous publishers have bypassed or leveled off with one of Dengeki's top hits. I'm glad that ReZero is still selling well without a boost and is amazed that Rokudenashi eventually even went around Eromanga.

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*6. 2,097,088 Boku no Hero Academia
*7. 1,982,356 One Punch-Man
11. 1,366,004 Ao no Exorcist

great sales hoping for more anime sequels

and i wonder when will the manga industry report on digital sales too because i heard news that print manga are declining in sales while digital manga sales are rising
 
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Most of these doesn't surprise me tbh. Glad to see 3-gatsu no Lion up there with the anime boost though.

I should give Detective Conan a try in the future...been holding that one off for awhile. Also hoping for Kingdom S3 in the future.
 
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Great to see Kingdom still doing so well this late in the game

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Overall, manga sales have a little fallen compared to the first half of 2016. Hierarchy has no major upheaval compared a year ago: some series that had benefited from a boost (anime or live) disappear logically, leaving their place to Other series.
My Hero Academia did not move in global sales but at the volume level yes (effect season 2 limited), while NNT lowed as there was a one month lag in its releases due to Suzuki's hospitalization in December (we see that if Volume 26 was released in April as usually, NTT could have climbed to sixth place).
Blue Exorcist, March Comes in a Lion and Yowamushi Pedal enjoy a "anime boost". Days (Magazine), Diamond no Ace Act II (Magazine) and Black Clover (Jump) appear this year in the top because in the end there is weak "anime effect" on this first half compared to last year: series between 700 000 and 900 000 have thus returned this year in the top mechanically: this year the #30 is at 752 854 whereas last year the #30 was at 920 185.
In general, these sales in the first half 2017 are therefore little affected by "anime boost".

The ranking according to the maximum sale of one volume (in brackets the best selling of a volume):
01. One Piece (2,605,418)
02. Shingeki no Kyojin (1,576,240)
03. Tokyo Ghoul:re (868,244)
04. Haikyuu !! (867,000)
05. One Punch-Man (848,678)
06. Kingdom (782,182)
07. Nanatsu no Taizai (663,665)
08. Detective Conan (624,558)
09. Kuroshitsuji (620,152)
10. Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii (610,792)
11. My Hero Academia (563,907)
12. Dungeon Meshi (561,908)
13. Blue Exorcist (543,929)
14. Kimi ni Todoke (529,726)
15. Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card-hen (493,613)
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Now I'm super satisfied to see P to JK, Kingdom, Wotaku, Boku no Hero doing so well. Also glad for One Piece, but that always does well. Tokyo Tarareba Musume has caught my interest, but sadly no translations or rips from Kodansha are out yet.
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Good to see Konosuba doing well, but see Re:Zero almost sales as much without new seasons is insane (a little bit salty, since Im a big Konosuba LN fan). Then again, as long as Konosuba still selling OK, I am happy XD


Re:Zero released 2 volumes then Konosuba released only 1 volume during this period. You have to look at volume sales rather than total sales.



Eh, I don't think that's not quite accurate, IIRC Konosuba released a spin-off novel in the same period too. Since this this counting total series sales by that period and not just main volumes that would be included in this number. It's a good showing for both of them though, but this definite shows the strength of Re:Zero's staying power long after the anime has ended.

EDIT: Whoops, looking at the list again the spin-off is counted separately. Weird.

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*9. 2,179,345 Tokyo Ghoul:re (2016)
*5. 2,154,752 Tokyo Ghoul:re (2017)

That consistency though.


Yep. Regardless of where it ends up on chart, it is still maintaining it's base. That's excellent sign for longevity.
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Nice to see SnK is still holding out despite its sales boost having ended years ago.

I really need to hop on that Kingdom hype train, though. :feelsthinkingman:
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Milano12 said:
Kimi no Na wa is not far from becoming the best selling LN volume of all time with 1,882,747 copies sold.
According to someanithing (http://www.someanithing.com/7331) Moshidora is the best selling LN that ever appeared on MAL with 2,323,668 sales.
I can see Kimi no Na wa reach 2M by the end of the year without a problem but 2,3M+ might be a bit hard.

And it's interesting to see SAO sold around 23,454 copies for each volume outside of volume 19.
Guess it's the boost of the movie, that alone should already already fund a good chunk of it.

And some numbers don't add up.
94,469 No Game No Life: Practical War Game
92,710 No Game No Life: Practical War Game
Shouldn't these be the same?

And Accel World barely sold anything outside the new volume.
93,118 Accel World
91,034 Accel World Vol.21
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Happy to see Tokyo Tarareba Musume from Higashimura Akiko, about the others on the list i don't care for the 90% of them.
 
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Milano12 said:
Kimi no Na wa is not far from becoming the best selling LN volume of all time with 1,882,747 copies sold.
According to someanithing (http://www.someanithing.com/7331) Moshidora is the best selling LN that ever appeared on MAL with 2,323,668 sales.
I can see Kimi no Na wa reach 2M by the end of the year without a problem but 2,3M+ might be a bit hard.

And it's interesting to see SAO sold around 23,454 copies for each volume outside of volume 19.
Guess it's the boost of the movie, that alone should already already fund a good chunk of it.

And some numbers don't add up.
94,469 No Game No Life: Practical War Game
92,710 No Game No Life: Practical War Game
Shouldn't these be the same?

And Accel World barely sold anything outside the new volume.
93,118 Accel World
91,034 Accel World Vol.21


NGNL Practical war game had two different editions.
 
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Happy that Tokyo ghoul and Magi are doing great even though their anime ended a while ago.

OP being OP as usual xD
 
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Re:zero needs to stop selling so they can push the season 2 faster.

Since anime is made to boost source material's sales lol
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accel world in there almost 100k nice
 
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11. *,*80,553 Tokyo Ghoul:re "Quest"

Dayumm forgot that there was a new novel XD...Pretty surprised it actually managed to rank that high~
 
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Re:Zero released 2 volumes then Konosuba released only 1 volume during this period. You have to look at volume sales rather than total sales.



Eh, I don't think that's not quite accurate, IIRC Konosuba released a spin-off novel in the same period too. Since this this counting total series sales by that period and not just main volumes that would be included in this number. It's a good showing for both of them though, but this definite shows the strength of Re:Zero's staying power long after the anime has ended.

EDIT: Whoops, looking at the list again the spin-off is counted separately. Weird.

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*9. 2,179,345 Tokyo Ghoul:re (2016)
*5. 2,154,752 Tokyo Ghoul:re (2017)

That consistency though.


Yep. Regardless of where it ends up on chart, it is still maintaining it's base. That's excellent sign for longevity.


while I can't say for certain since I just don't have the information on hand, but iirc this is at least wrong for the monthly reports:
The KonoSuba (main) series as well as the spin-off series are treated as different series in the cumulated series report. I'm fairly sure I have seen both in the list at the same time before as well. So unless for some reason the yearly report treats this differently than the monthly report the number up there should not include the spinoff sales

//edit Oh just doublechecked, it's even in this one lol. KonoSuba at 578,811, spinoff at 168,725
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Eromanga and Rokudenashi anime are still ongoing so I would rather check the yearly LN sales results instead for these two.
 
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It kinda feels like Oricon rankings are losing their luster with the prevalence of digital manga now. I really wish we could get rankings that include digital manga, or at the very least a separate ranking for digital manga where we can add up both to see how things go, and to see how different sales are from series to series when comparing physical to digital.
 
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As expected of Kirito-sama...

A beater is always #1 :) :)

true , no one can beat him

can't wait for the announcement of s3
the salt will be strong
 
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happy for kingdom and ccs

tokyo tarareba musume and wotaku's sales are very impressive, tho the former had that super popular drama which helped boosting the sales
 
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My two favorite manga, One Piece and Attack on Titan, have the #1 and #2 spots respectively.

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One Piece and Titan doing their things.

SAO is still selling like hotcakes, as well.
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76. *,243,641 Dakaretai Otoko 1-i ni Odosarete Imasu. Vol.3




OMG. I'm so surprised! \o/
 
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18. *,108,564 Goblin Slayer
20. *,*96,624 Fate/strange Fake


Anime when?
Well, type-Moon is milking Fate/Sabre so much they might as well adapt this and all other spin-offs left before 2020...

Goblin Slayer on the other hand, need OVAs. No censorship on my dark-fantasy medieval guro rapefest, please.
 
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Also, why is Biblia Koshodou no Jiken Techou only appearing on the specific Bunko ranking?
 
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*2. *,578,811 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
*5. *,344,286 Youjo Senki
18. *,108,564 Goblin Slayer



Awwwww yeah. Goblin slayer Though I hope it never gets an Anime Adaptation :L.


 
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As expected of Kirito-sama...

A beater is always #1 :) :)

true , no one can beat him

can't wait for the announcement of s3
the salt will be strong
it was already announced to continue at the end of ordinal scale
 
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