World Trigger Volume 25 is the best-selling Manga volume for the week between August 29 and September 4 on TSUTAYA’s weekly sales chart. The 3 days of sales the volume has will pit it against its 24th volume that sold 161,726 copies back in December last year. If all goes well, the volume should be able to perform more or less the same. With more than 15 million copies in circulation (Source: Otalab), more information about the work can be obtained from its official website here. You can also check out its official Manga web page right here and read the first seventy two chapters for free through Shonen Jump +. Better yet, you can read all of its chapters in English and Spanish on the Manga Plus app right here. In October 2014, it was adapted into a 73-episode TV Anime series with two follow up seasons in 2021, produced by Toei Animation.
Ao Ashi Volume 29 is 2nd place in its first 6 days with copies sold expected to surpass Volume 28 compounded by the broadcast of its Anime and should see roughly 100,000 copies sold. Note that Volumes 27 and 28 were at 105,060 copies and 108,690 copies sold each in their first 7 days and Volume 28 was released slightly more than a month after its Anime whereas Volume 27 went on sale in February. According to Yahoo! Japan, after the broadcast began, circulation for the series grew by 5 million copies, bringing its total to 15 million copies in print. The work by Yuugo Kobayashi was initially serialized in January 2015 via Shogakukan’s Big Comic Spirits and in 2021 it received a spin-off Manga titled “Brotherfoot”. More information about the work can be found here along with the first chapter available for free in Japanese. Production I.G is adapting the series into a 24-episode TV Anime series that began its broadcast on April 9th this year.
Skip four spots below and you will find Fuuto Tantei Volume 13 in its first 6 days and copies sold should be able to reach nearly or more than 50,000 copies if all goes well based on the performance of Volume 10. The work has been serialized in Shogakukan’s Big Comic Spirits since August 2017 with more information about it can be found here including its Manga’s first chapter in Japanese. According to a Tweet via its official Twitter account, the series has passed 2.4 million copies in circulation. Studio Kai is adapting the work into a 12-episode TV Anime series that started its broadcast on August 1.
Fuuto Tantei’s Manga 1st chapter spread page
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Then, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations makes its appearance with Volume 18 at Number 9 in its first 4 days with copies predicted to sell close to or more than 50,000 copies. The series has not been performing well as of its latest volumes with copies sold continuing to slow down, for instance, Volume 9’s 3-day sales of 65,934 copies against Volumes 14 and 15’s 45,599 copies and 50,631 copies sold each. Another would be Volume 13’s 96,482 copies sold in its first 7 days against Volume 17’s 66,932 copies. The series serves as a spin-off title to Naruto and centres around his son after becoming Hokage. It has been serializing since May 2016 in Shueisha’s V-Jump magazine with more information about it can be found here through its official web page. You can also read the 1st volume for free right here in Japanese. In April 2017, it was adapted into a TV Anime series that is still ongoing by studio Pierrot. With all the series combined (including Naruto), it has more than 250 million copies in circulation (Source: Yahoo).
At Number 10 is Aku no Kadou wo Ikimashou Volume 2 in its first 5 days. The Manga was last seen with its 1st volume charting on Oricon’s Top 30 back in December at 18,817 copies sold in its first 6 days. The work can also be found on pixiv COMIC with some of its chapters available for free right here in Japanese. Right below at Number 11 is 31-banme no Okisaki-sama Volume 4, its first ever appearance on the chart in its first 4 days. The Manga adapts the Light Novel of the same name and is serialized in KADOKAWA’s B’s-LOG Comic magazine with more information about the work can be found right here via its official web page. Some of its Manga chapters can be read for free on Comic Walker here in Japanese.
Aku no Kadou wo Ikimashou’s 1st chapter colour spread page
At Number 13 is the Special Edition release of Haikyuu!! 10th Chronicles in its first 3 days while its Regular Edition can be found at Number 20. The 10th chronicle will include key visual contents, unreleased illustrations, Manga, special features looking back at the series, and more according to CDJapan. As for its Special Edition, it also comes with 30 acrylic figures, illustration cards and pins. Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio Volume 23 is next at Number 14, its first appearance after a long time. It was last seen with its 21st volume back in June 2021 at 31,805 copies sold. You can read the preview of Volume 1 right here for free in Japanese.
Kono Oto Tomare! is 16th on the list with its 27th volume in its first 3 days and is expected to sell close to 30,000 copies or more if everything goes well. The series last made its appearances for Volume 25 at 53,918 copies sold in its first week, and Volume 26 was featured on Oricon’s Top 30 back in March this year at 28,515 copies sold in its first 3 days. The Manga is serialized in Shueisha’s Jump SQ. magazine and is reportedly to have passed 5.5 million copies in circulation (Source: TV Tokyo). More information about the work can be found on its official web page right here whereas some of its Manga chapters can freely be read on Shounen Jump +. In April 2019, Platinum Vision adapted the work into a 2-cour TV Anime series which ended its broadcast in December the same year.
The 1st chapter spread page of Kono Oto Tomare!
Number 18 places Kemono Jihen Volume 17 in its first 3 days with copies expected to hit 30,000 to 35,000 copies sold. The Manga was last seen with its three past volumes, peaking for Volume 16 amid its longer days of sales of 7 at 59,725 copies, then Volumes 14 and 15 were charted at 35,032 copies and 45,662 copies sold respectively in their first 3 days and 4 days. The Shueisha title is serialized in its Jump SQ. magazine with more information about it can be found here via its official web page. You can read some of its chapters for free in Japanese right here. The title was also adapted into a 12-episode TV Anime series by Ajia-Do in January 2021 and has more than 4.2 million copies in circulation (Source: Collabo Cafe).
Kemono Jihen’s 1st chapter spread page
The final new release here is Risou no Himo Seikatsu Volume 15 at Number 19 in its first 3 days, not its first appearance on TSUTAYA’s list, and it was also featured on Oricon’s list back in December last year with its 13th volume at 18,441 copies sold in its first 3 days, so do expect its latest volume to perform more or less the same. The title is an adaptation of the Light Novel of the same name and is serialized in KADOKAWA’s Young Ace magazine with more information about it can be found on its official web page right here. You can also read some of its chapters on Comic Walker for free in Japanese. According to its latest volume cover, the series now has more than 3.2 million copies in circulation.
Risou no Himo Seikatsu’s Manga 1st chapter colour spread page
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