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Top-Selling Manga in Japan by Volume: 1st Half of 2010

posted on 2010-06-02 23:35 EDT
3 One Piece, 2 FMA, 2 Nodame, 3 Naruto, 1 Kimi ni Todoke in top 50

The following chart covers sales from November 23, 2009 to May 23, 2010:

Rank Title Author Total Copies Publisher Price Cover
1 One Piece #57 Eiichiro Oda 2,305,594 Shueisha Y420
2 One Piece #56 Eiichiro Oda 2,276,013 Shueisha Y420
3 Fullmetal Alchemist #24 Hiromu Arakawa 1,251,949 Square Enix Y420
4 Nodame Cantabile #23 Tomoko Ninomiya 1,223,488 Kodansha Y420
5 Fullmetal Alchemist #25 Hiromu Arakawa 1,208,345 Square Enix Y420
6 Naruto #49 Masashi Kishimoto 1,152,551 Shueisha Y420
7 Naruto #50 Masashi Kishimoto 1,119,029 Shueisha Y420
8 Naruto #51 Masashi Kishimoto 952,072 Shueisha Y420
9 Kimi ni Todoke #10 Karuho Shiina 939,831 Shueisha Y420
10 Hunter X Hunter #27 Yoshihiro Togashi 918,059 Shueisha Y420
11 Nodame Cantabile #24 Tomoko Ninomiya 838,322 Kodansha Y420
12 Bleach #42 Tite Kubo 803,252 Shueisha Y420
13 Neon Genesis Evangelion #12 Yoshiyuki Sadamoto 771,680 Kadokawa Group Publishing Y588
14 Bleach #43 Tite Kubo 729,335 Shueisha Y420
15 Bleach #44 Tite Kubo 716,829 Shueisha Y420
16 Kuroshitsuji #8 Yana Toboso 612,185 Square Enix Y590
17 Katekyo Hitman Reborn! #27 Akira Amano 583,082 Shueisha Y420
18 Detective Conan
(Case Closed)
#67
Gosho Aoyama 566,216 Shogakukan Y420
19 Katekyo Hitman Reborn! #28 Akira Amano 554,355 Shueisha Y420
20 Real #9 Takehiko Inoue 552,049 Shueisha Y630
21 D.Gray-man #19 Katsura Hoshino 547,988 Shueisha Y420
22 Yotsuba&! #9 Kiyohiko Azuma 529,316 ASCII Media Works/Kadokawa Group Publishing Y630
23 Ookiku Furikabutte #13 Asa Higuchi 514,474 Kodansha Y540
24 Vagabond #32 Original Novel: Eiji Yoshikawa
Art: Takehiko Inoue
505,964 Kodansha Y560
25 Gintama #32 Hideaki Sorachi 487,694 Shueisha Y420
26 Katekyo Hitman Reborn! #29 Akira Amano 486,435 Shueisha Y420
27 Fairy Tail #20 Hiro Mashima 468,627 Kodansha Y420
28 Ookiku Furikabutte #14 Asa Higuchi 465,635 Kodansha Y540
29 Fairy Tail #19 Hiro Mashima 460,082 Kodansha Y420
30 March comes in like a lion [Sangatsu no Lion] #4 Chika Umino 457,033 Hakusensha Y510
31 xxxHOLiC #16 CLAMP 456,188 Kodansha Y560
32 Gintama #33 Hideaki Sorachi 440,078 Shueisha Y420
33 Gintama #34 Hideaki Sorachi 412,136 Shueisha Y420
34 Bakuman. #6 Story: Tsugumi Ohba
Art: Takeshi Obata
406,073 Shueisha Y420
35 Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama (The New Prince of Tennis) #2 Takeshi Konomi 387,357 Shueisha Y460
36 Bakuman. #7 Story: Tsugumi Ohba
Art: Takeshi Obata
386,759 Shueisha Y420
37 xxxHOLiC #17 CLAMP 385,872 Kodansha Y560
38 Ouran High School Host Club #16 Bisco Hatori 384,188 Hakusensha Y420
39 Bakuman. #8 Story: Tsugumi Ohba
Art: Takeshi Obata
347,297 Shueisha Y420
40 One Piece #55 Eiichiro Oda 344,538 Shueisha Y420
41 Detective Conan
(Case Closed)
#68
Gosho Aoyama 344,363 Shogakukan Y420
42 Ahiru no Sora #26 Takeshi Hinata 343,662 Kodansha Y420
43 Soul Eater #16 Atsushi Ookubo 343,360 Square Enix Y420
44 Thermae Romae #1 Mari Yamazaki 342,392 Enterbrain Y714
45 Kyō, Koi wo Hajimemasu #8 Kanan Minami 335,244 Shogakukan Y420
46 K-ON! #3 kakifly 328,221 Houbunsha Y860
47 Tenjho Tenge #21 Oh! great 323,696 Shueisha Y540
48 Natsume's Book of Friends #9 Yuki Midorikawa 313,472 Hakusensha Y420
49 Ahiru no Sora #27 Takeshi Hinata 300,331 Kodansha Y440
50 Kekkaishi #27 Yellow Tanabe 298,499 Shogakukan Y440

Source: Oricon


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