Top Weekly Manga Sold in the US: January 9 to January 15, 2022

Weird if you ask me. I am pretty sure I went through the list and did not find Kimetsu No Yaiba: Stories of Water and Flame the week before on Publishers Weekly chart. With its year to date sales, it should have ranked first on the prior chart with copies sold at 27,083, but I am unable to verify this since last week’s list has been locked away. Note that the volume was released on January the 4th, 2022, which should see it on the list between January 2 to January 8. The story focuses on Giyuu Tomioka and Kyoujurou Rengoku as they embark on a mission to eliminate demons. As of January 15, the total of copies sold stood at 39,295.

All the data you find below is thanks to Publishers Weekly! So, be sure to head over to their site here and show them tons of love! For the chart, you can access it via their page right here.

There are not that many Manga releases on the week’s chart. As for the rest, Dragon Ball Super Volume 15 slips 57.82% to 4,321 copies sold from previous week’s 10,245 copies. As such, year to date sales for the volume is now at 14,566 copies sold. Chainsaw Man Volume 4 improves by 11.74% to 4,080 copies, and its year to date sales are now at 7,682 copies sold. Without further ado, the Top 3 Manga are as follows:

Top 3

1. Kimetsu No Yaiba: Stories of Water and Flame (54.91%)
Author: Ryoji Hirano Concept: Koyoharu Gotouge
Release Date: January 4, 2022
Publisher: Viz Media
Units Sold: 12,212
Year to date: 39,295
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2. Dragon Ball Super Vol. 15 (↓57.82%)
Author: Akira Toriyama Illustrator: Toyotarou
Release Date: January 4, 2022
Publisher: Viz Media
Units Sold: 4,321
Year to date: 14,566
PAID LINK: [Right Stuf][Amazon]

3. Chainsaw Man Vol. 4 (↑11.74%)
Author: Tatsuki Fujimoto
Release Date: April 6, 2021
Publisher: Viz Media
Units Sold: 4,080
Year to date: 7,682
PAID LINK: [Right Stuf][Amazon]

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Sources: Publishers Weekly

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