The Top 25 Trade Paper Frontlist for the week between June 26 and July 2 sees no new Manga releases making it onto the chart with only Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 16 and Chainsaw Man Volume 11 successfully placing on the list albeit a sharp fall for Jujutsu Kaisen on its second week. Despite the lower turnout it had compared to its previous volume, the recovery it noted for Volume 16 in the next 7 days has allowed it to surpass Volumes 13 and 14’s performance by 23.71% and 0.25%. So, on its 12th day, copies sold for Volume 16 stands at 36,075, still a 5.68% drop from Volume 15’s 38,247 copies sold.
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This would be Chainsaw Man Volume 11’s fourth consecutive week on the charts as sales continue to perform well for the volume although a minor fall in between the weeks is observable. The 11th volume recorded another decrease in sales by 11.85% week-on-week, however copies sold mark its highest so far since Volume 8 as its year to date hits the 73,354 copies. Note that in the graph below, Volume 9 has 33 days of sales whereas the others have 26 days. Also, for some reason, the 4-week performance captured by the Blog for Volume 10 stands at 65,583 copies, yet on Publishers Weekly (when the numbers were published) the volume was said to have sold 65,657 copies. This could be due to the addition of backlogs.
1. Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. 16