Top Weekly Manga Sold in the US: October 2 – October 8, 2022
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Without further ado, the full list is as follows:
1. My Hero Academia Vol. 32 (NEW) by Kohei Horikoshi
Release Date: October 4, 2022 Days of Sales: 5 Price: 9.99 USD Publisher: Viz Media Estimated number of copies sold: 17,351 Year to date: 17,351 Link:[Right Stuf][Amazon]
Serialization (JPN):Shounen Jump (Weekly) Serialization Date (JPN): Jul. 7, 2014 First Volume Released (US): Aug. 4, 2015 Genre: Action, Science Fiction Themes: Battles, Powers, School Life Official Web Page (JPN):Here
Copies sold for My Hero Academia’s latest and 32nd volume marks its worst performance since Volume 30 as sales slipped by 12.28% against Volume 31’s 19,781 copies sold, though, the gap widens even more between sales of Volume 30 and 32. The 30th volume was at a high 28,852 copies sold in its first 5 days, nearly 40% more sales than Volume 32.
2. Spy x Family Vol. 8 (↓21.28%) by Tatsuya Endo
Release Date: September 20, 2022 Days of Sales: 7 Price: 9.99 USD Publisher: Viz Media Estimated number of copies sold: 6,949 Year to date: 40,875 Link:[Right Stuf][Amazon]
Serialization (JPN):Shounen Jump+ Serialization Date (JPN): Mar. 25, 2019 First Volume Released (US): Jun. 2, 2020 Genre: Action, Comedy Official Web Page (JPN):Here
Toilet-bound Hanako-kun is in the same boat with its latest and 16th volume. Copies sold are at their weakest since Volume 12, falling by as much as 45.84% against Volume 13. Against the rest, it noted 21.10%, 31.23% and 30.46% less sales than Volumes 12, 13 and 15.
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