News Japanese Comic Ranking, May 2–8
posted on 2007-05-09 09:16 EDT
Shonen Jump dominates another week, as seven current or former Weekly Shonen Jump titles fill the top ten chart, including the top three slots. The deluxe reprinting of Rurouni Kenshin continues to do well, almost eight years after the series officially ended. Another stalwart, Initial D, arrives at #4 with the only new volume in the chart unrelated to Shonen Jump.
|1||-||D. Gray-man #11||Katsura Hoshino||Shueisha||Y410|
|2||-||Gintama #18||Hideaki Sorachi||Shueisha||Y410|
|3||-||[Katei Kyōshi Hitman] Reborn! #15||Akira Amano||Shueisha||Y410|
|4||-||Initial D #35||Shūichi Shigeno||Kodansha||Y540|
|5||2||Boku no Hatsukoi o Kimi ni Sasagu #7||Kotomi Aoki||Shogakukan||Y410|
|6||-||Steel Ball Run #12||Hirohiko Araki||Shueisha||Y410|
|7||4||Detroit Metal City #3||Kiminori Wakasugi||Hakusensha||Y530|
|8||-||Rurouni Kenshin: Meiji Swordsman Romantic Story Complete Edition #21 & 22||Nobuhiro Watsuki||Shueisha||Y980 each|
|9||-||M×0 #3||Yasuhiro Kanō||Shueisha||Y410|
|10||-||Majin Tantei Nōgami Neuro #11||Yūsei Matsui||Shueisha||Y410|
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