Top Weekly Manga Sold in the US: July 17 to July 23, 2022

There are no new Manga releases that made it onto the Top 25 weekly bestseller’s list for the week between July 17 and July 23. Chainsaw Man has been left out of the list after six weeks being on the charts. The week sees two past titles with fewer copies sold than the prior week. My Hero Academia Volume 31 outpaces Kaiju No. 8 Volume 3 as the latter succumbs to a sharp fall in sales by 63.24% from 16,827 copies to 6,186 copies sold, putting its year-to-date sales at 23,014 copies. My Hero Academia Volume 31 has witnessed a 19.79% drop in sales from last week’s 8,048 copies, though its year-to-date physical sales have crossed over the 30,000 mark in the US.

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. If Google charts are what you prefer, you can check the respective charts by clicking on the link at the bottom of the post.

As a bonus, South Korean Manhwa Killing Stalking makes its US debut with the 1st volume of its Deluxe Edition (which is priced at 27.99 USD each) at 8,609 copies sold in its first 5 days. Without further ado, the full list is as follows:

Top 2

1. My Hero Academia Vol. 31 (↓19.79%)
Author: Kohei Horikoshi
Release Date: July 5, 2022
Publisher: Viz Media
Units Sold: 6,455
Year to date: 34,287
PAID LINK: [Right Stuf][Amazon]

2. Kaiju No. 8 Vol. 3 (↓63.24%)
Author: Naoya Matsumoto
Release Date: July 12, 2022
Publisher: Viz Media
Units Sold: 6,186
Year to date: 23,014
PAID LINK: [Right Stuf][Amazon]


Killing Stalking: Deluxe Edition Vol. 1 (NEW)
Author: Koogi
Release Date: July 19, 2022
Publisher: Seven Seas
Units Sold: 8,609
Year to date: 8,609
PAID LINK: [Right Stuf][Amazon]

Demon Slayer: The Official Coloring Book (↑13.04%)
Created by: Koyoharu Gotouge
Release Date: April 5, 2022
Publisher: Viz Media
Units Sold: 6,165
Year to date: 106,423
PAID LINK: [Right Stuf][Amazon]

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Sources: Publishers Weekly

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