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News One Piece Manga #68 Gets 4-Million Print Run
posted on 2012-11-02 23:56 EDT
The 67th volume shipped in Japan on August 3, and with 4.05 million copies, it set a manga record for the most copies in its first printing. The previous two volumes matched but did not beat the former record of 4 million copies set by volume 64 last November.
Over 280 million copies of the entire manga series have been printed; One Piece has had the highest number of copies printed of any Shueisha manga series in Japan.
Source: Mainichi Shimbun's Mantan Web
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