It has been overall a very good week for One Piece after scoring a big hit with its releases in Japan and now in the US, its latest volume recorded a major rise in sales over its last two volumes. The 100th volume of the series hit shelves nationwide on August 2 to see 13,566 copies sold in its first 5 days, up by 96.69% and 55.18% over sales of Volumes 98 and 99.
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Bleach 20th Anniversary Edition Volume 1 makes its way to Number 2 with a great opening of 11,499 copies sold in its first 5 days. The volume was released to celebrate the 20th year of the series where it was initially launched in the Shonen Jump magazine back in August 2001. Dragon Ball Super Volume 16 takes the 3rd spot to sell 9,986 copies in its first 5 days, down by 2.59% from Volume 15’s 10,245 copies sold back in January this year.
Then, we have Toilet-Bound Hanako-Kun’s 14th volume at Number 4 with 9,539 copies sold in its first 5 days, a retreat of 21.24% from Volume 13’s 12,112 copies, but it is an improvement over Volume 12 by 14.73%.
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