The US Manga sales chart for the week between April 24 and April 30 witnesses two new releases with the 13th volume of Toilet-Bound Hanako-Kun Volume 13 leading the list at 12,112 copies sold in its first 5 days, a 31.36% improvement over Volume 12’s 8,314 copies sold back in January and up by 18.99% over Volume 0 which was released back in March. Sasaki and Miyano, another Yen Press title, is 2nd on the list with its 5th volume at 5,094 copies sold in its first 5 days as well. Note that the title received an Anime adaptation by Studio Deen which aired between January 10 and March 28 this year.
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As for the rest, Spy X Family Volume 7’s weekly sales overtake Chainsaw Man Volume 10 as it clinches the 3rd spot, however copies sold are down by 21.66% to 5,060 copies while Chainsaw Man Volume 10 dropped three spots to settle for the 4th place as copies sold retreated by 26.43% week-on-week. Its year-to-date sales, however, remains strong at 65,657 copies sold. Kimetsu No Yaiba: Stories of Water and Flame is still doing well on the weekly charts; this time copies sold have fallen a small 8.35% to 4,257 copies with its year-to-date sales slowly approaching the 140,000 copies sold mark in the US.
5. Kimetsu No Yaiba: Stories of Water and Flame (↓8.35%)
Author: Ryoji Hirano Concept: Koyoharu Gotouge
Release Date: January 4, 2022
Publisher: Viz Media
Units Sold: 4,257
Year to date: 139,040
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Sources: Publishers Weekly
Apr. 24 – Apr. 30, 2022
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