PLEASE NOTE: The Rankings Reflect Sales For October 2022
Fall is finally here, and the newest update for the New York Times Best Sellers List for Manga and Graphic Novels is here!
This month is slightly different. Yes, it is dominated by Shonen-themed manga, but it is following a similar pattern to October’s Best Seller List, and that’s Chainsaw Man Fever. Like Spy X Family, Chainsaw Man’s Anime series made its debut in October, and the first four volumes have taken up spots in the top fourteen. It is bringing in new readers and increasing back-volume sales. My Hero Academia is back in the top five, and Kaiju No 8, and Spy X Family are in the Top Ten.
Meanwhile, the webcomic series Lore Olympus and Heart Stopper are continuing their impressive streaks. Each title has made appearances on the Best Seller Chart for the past several months (and most recently, Lore Olympus took the top spot in October’s NPD Book Scan Chart).
- Lore Olympus, Vol. 3- Rachel Smythe, Random House Worlds
- My Hero Academia Vol. 32- Kohei Horikoshi, Viz Media
- JESSI’S SECRET LANGUAGE– Ann M. Martin. Illustrated by Chan Chau, Scholastic
- Chainsaw Man Vol. 1– Tatsuki Fujimoto, Viz Media
- On Purpose– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
- INVESTIGATORS: HEIST AND SEEK– John Patrick Green, First Second
- Mothering Heights– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
- Kaiju No. 8 Vol. 4- Naoya Matsumoto, Viz Media
- Chainsaw Man Vol. 2– Tatsuki Fujimoto, Viz Media
- Spy X Family Vol. 8– Tatsuya Endo, Viz Media
- Chainsaw Man Vol. 3– Tatsuki Fujimoto, Viz Media
- Heartstopper Vol. 1– Alice Oseman, Scholastic
- The Bad Guys In Open Wide And Say ARRRGH!– Aaron Blabey, Scholastic
- Chainsaw Man Vol. 4– Tatsuki Fujimoto, Viz Media
- FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY’S: FAZBEAR FRIGHTS, VOL. 1– Scott Cawthon, Elley Cooper and Carly Anne West. Illustrated by Didi Esmeralda, Anthony Morris Jr. and Andi Santagata, Scholastic
Source: New York Times
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