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NEWS: USA Today Booklist, September 15–21: Naruto 31 at #44




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Teriyaki Terrier



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 26, 2008 9:13 am Reply with quote
Again, the loud, annoying ninja is first place. Seriously, for the last couple of weeks, there has been nothing but Naruto. What ever happened to other popular shonen titles? Like Bleach or Reborn?

Although this is a great cash cab for Viz Media, I still would like to see other titles for a change.
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fighterholic



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 26, 2008 12:24 pm Reply with quote
Could this be a sign of who is reading more of what? As we see that Naruto is somehow able to constantly stay on the list more than Bleach and the others (I think I've only seen Bleach once on the list since I've been following it), I think more people are obviously taking notice of Naruto than Bleach. Bleach could be considered to have the stronger anime following, so to speak.
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braves



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 26, 2008 1:27 pm Reply with quote
fighterholic wrote:
Bleach could be considered to have the stronger anime following, so to speak.


Not quite. Bleach is #10 on the top anime properties in the U.S. and Naruto is #3.

Nice to see Naruto on there, though it's kinda to be expected nowadays.
Teriyaki Terrier wrote:
What ever happened to other popular shonen titles? Like Bleach or Reborn?


Reborn! was popular?
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