PLEASE NOTE: The Rankings reflect sales for April 2022
The New York Times Best Sellers List for Manga and Graphic Novels has arrived, and we’re seeing another change in the lineup once again.
My Hero Academia stuck around for a month but took its place was Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Chainsaw Man Volume Ten at No. 2. Following up is Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen, Volume Fifteen taking No. 3, and the Prequel, Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 0 at No. 14.
Finally, it’s Tatsuya Endo’s Spy X Family coming in, with Volume Seven taking No. 5, and the first volume taking No.7. This was following the debut of the anime, which premiered on April 9th. It is currently streaming on Crunchyroll and Hulu.
“As Donovan Desmond is about to share a rare family moment with his son Damian, Twilight cuts in to meet his target face-to-face for the first time. Can Twilight find some way to endear himself to the inscrutable Donovan?“
- On Purpose– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
- Chainsaw Man Vol. 10– Tatsuki Fujimoto, Viz Media
- Jujutsu Kaisen, Vol. 15– Gege Akutami, Viz Media
- Perspectives– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
- Spy X Family Vol. 7– Tatsuya Endo, Viz Media
- FGTEEV: The Switcheroo Rescue!– FGTeeV, Illustrated by Miguel Díaz Rivas, HarperAlley
- Spy X Family Vol. 1– Tatsuya Endo, Viz Media
- Heartstopper, Vol. 1– Alice Oseman, Scholastic
- Mothering Heights– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
- The Brightest Night– Tui T. Sutherland. Illustrated by Mike Holmes, Scholastic
- Cat Kid Comic Club– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
- Good-bye Stacey, Good-bye– Ann M. Martin. Illustrated by Gabriela Epstein, Scholastic
- Grime And Punishment– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
- Jujutsu Kaisen, Vol. 0– Gege Akutami, Viz Media
- The Fourth Closet– Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley. Illustrated by Diana Camero, Scholastic
Source: New York Times
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