Some of the previous week’s bestsellers have reported sharp falls on their week-to-week performances as Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 19 dropped two spots to Number 3. Copies sold plummeted by 80.94% to 208,411 copies for the Regular Edition while the Special Edition has been jettisoned out from the list. This would put its two-week sales at 1,368,641 copies sold (minus the Special Edition for the week), slightly more than Volume 17’s 1,357,799 copies sold by 0.79% and 39.50% higher than Volume 14’s 828,032 copies sold. While the performance is exceptionally good, it is still less than the 10-day sales of Volume 16 which sold 1,519,819 copies and the 9-day sales of Volume 18 which sold 1,321,226 copies.
As for Spy x Family which comes in 4th, copies sold have retreated by 71.31% to 173,944 copies, putting its 14-day sales at 780,225 copies sold which is 6.72% more than Volume 6’s 727,776 copies. However, this may not be its best performance to date as Volume 7 was able to achieve 712,393 copies sold in just 10 days. That said, all of its individual volumes are present on the week’s list to see a total of 431,069 copies sold combined, and if you consider the Volume 1 to 3 set at Number 11 with 36,976 copies sold, that should bring the figure to a very healthy 468,045 copies.
Unfortunately, for One Piece Volume 102, this would be its worst performance since Volume 93. Copies sold plunged by 83.91% week-on-week to close at 169,033, putting its 14-day sales at 1,219,366 copies. If you notice the graph below, all the volumes’ listed on it have days of sales less than Volume 19. Particularly Volume 95 which only had 9 days of sales, yet copies sold remained at a high 1,452,119 copies. If we take into account the pre-sales of Volume 102, this will put its total lifetime sales so far at 1,431,288 copies, still less than the 10-day sales of Volumes 94, 96 and 100. While its performance is still nothing to be scoffed at, the lack of momentum though… can be a cause of concern for some fans.
It is thanks to the amazing folks over at Oricon that we get to see these charts on a weekly basis, so be sure to head over to their site here and show them lots of love! In addition, all the data you find below is accessible via Oricon right here (Manga) and here (Series). If Google charts are what you prefer, you can find their respective links to the charts at the bottom of the post. Many of the titles that you see below have been discussed in the TSUTAYA’s sales chart for the same week, so do have a look at it right here. Some titles that did not make it onto the Top 30 chart were also discussed in the COMIC ZIN’s chart here.
Onto some of the big and new releases for the week, well, we have none other than Tokyo Revengers leading the chart at 430,434 copies sold in the first 3 days, not its best, but certainly not its worst either. The performance of its 27th volume is 14% lower than Volume 25’s 500,480 copies, however it is 48.32% bigger than Volume 23’s 222,469 copies sold. There are currently no physical, individual English releases for the Manga, however Kodansha Comics has announced the omnibus editions for the title. The 1st volume of the omnibus edition is set to release this coming July the 26th and will cover the first two volumes. In addition to that, you can also find its character book titled “Valhalla and Kokuryuu-hen” which is placed 7th on the list at 52,090 copies. As the name suggests, information therein will cover the two arcs.
Detective Conan Volume 101 is 2nd on the list at 253,893 copies sold in its first 5 days, 11.98% less than Volume 99 which sold 288,456 copies back in April 14, but 19.38% higher than Volume 98’s 204,698 copies sold. If you jump all the way to Number 30, you will find another of its related title called Detective Conan: Keisatsu Gakkou Selection which has sold 21,562 copies, also in the first 5 days.
Orange’s final volume is 8th at 50,181 copies sold in the first 6 days, a rather welcoming performance considering the five-year wait. Then, at Number 10 is 2-gatsu no Shousha: Zettai Goukaku no Kyoushitsu Volume 15 at 38,764 copies sold in the first 6 days. The title last made an appearance for its 14th volume which sold 29,279 copies in the first 3 days. If you are curious what the series is all about, you can get your feet a little wet by checking out the first chapter which is available for free in Japanese right here (click here for easy access).
The spread page of 2-gatsu no Shousha: Zettai Goukaku no Kyoushitsu’s 1st chapter
“Kimi wo Aisuru Ki wa Nai” to Itta Jiki Koushaku-sama ga Nazeka Dekiai shitekimasu Volume 2 is 16th on the list at 34,602 copies sold in the first 3 days. If you are interested in the title by Kei Misawa and Natsu Mizuno, you can check out the preview for Volume 1 right here in Japanese (click here for easy access). Goukon ni Ittara Onna ga Inakatta Hanashi’s 3rd volume is 18th at 33,627 copies in the first 6 days. First began serialization in February 2021, some of its chapters can be accessed for free via Gangan Online right here in Japanese. Of course, not to forget, Ousama Ranking Volume 13 is 20th at 32,665 copies sold in the first 6 days. The title was last seen for its 12th volume at 26,045 copies sold in its first 3 days.
The 8th volume of Shangri-La Frontier: Kusoge Hunter, Kamige ni Idoman to su is 21st on the list with 30,852 copies sold in the first 3 days, quite a good turnout if compared to Volume 4’s 38,450 copies sold in the first 4 days. You can check out several of its chapters for free in Japanese right here via Magazine Pocket, but the good news is, the title is set to welcome its official English releases from August 23rd onward.
There are two final new releases that were not mentioned above. One would be Number 24’s Promise Cinderella Volume 15 at 24,652 copies sold in the first 6 days. Serialization for the title started back in January 2018 with some chapters available for reading in Japanese right here for free. It also received a live-action adaptation in 2021 starring Nikaido Fumi and Maeda Gordon, and that same year, Shogakukan released a special promotional video that can be viewed down below. The Manga adaptation of Tatoeba Last Dungeon Mae no Mura no Shounen ga Joban no Machi de Kurasu Youna Monogatari is 28th on the list at 21,709 copies sold in the first 6 days. It was also adapted into a 12-episode TV Anime series by LIDENFILMS last year.
Manga Weekly Top 30
2. Detective Conan Vol. 101 (NEW)
by Gosho Aoyama
Release date: April 13, 2022
Price: 500 yen
Estimated number of copies sold: 253,893
Link (JPN): Vol. 101
Link (ENG): Right Stuf; Amazon
3. Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. 19