MHA, Chainsaw Man, My Dress-Up Darling, and More On March NY Times Best Sellers List


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Deku is taking the fight to All-For-One in the latest volume of My Hero Academia and in the Top Five of the New York Times Best Seller List for Graphic Novels and Manga. This arc finally made its debut in the anime series recently, which is available now on Crunchyroll and Hulu. Meanwhile, Shinichi Fukuda’s My Dress-Up Darling‘s Seventh Volume made it to the Top Twelve.

Three other Shonen titles were included in the List, Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Chainsaw Man Vol. One, Tatsuya Endo’s Spy x Family Vol. One, and Koyoharu Gotouge’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Vol. One. In a List that is usually dominated by Viz Media’s Shonen Titles, it is nice to see a Romantic Comedy Title from Square-Enix.

Knowing that All For One has put a target on his back, Midoriya has left U.A., hoping to draw the villains away from everyone he cares about. But his friends know the newest bearer of One For All shouldn’t handle this burden alone, so they set out to bring him back. The forces of good need every hero they can find as the unfolding crisis in Japan now has global ramifications, with even foreign heroes itching to join the fight…


  1. Collaborations Dav PilkeyScholastic
  2. Moon Rising– Tui T. Sutherland, Illustrated by Mike Holmes, Scholastic
  3. My Hero Academia Vol. 33– Kohei Horikoshi, Viz Media
  4. Mary Anne’s Bad Luck Mystery– Ann M. Martin, Illustrated by Cynthia Yuan Cheng, Scholastic
  5. THE ADVENTURE ZONE: THE ELEVENTH HOURClint McElroy et al. Illustrated by Carey Pietsch, First Second
  6. Chainsaw Man Vol. 1– Tatsuki Fujimoto, Viz Media
  7. Karen’s BirthdayAnn M. Martin. Illustrated by Katy Farina, Scholastic
  8. Grime And Punishment– Dav PilkeyScholastic
  9. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Vol. 1- Koyoharu Gotouge, Viz Media
  10. Mothering Heights– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
  11. INVESTIGATORS: AGENTS OF S.U.I.T.John Patrick Green and Christopher Hastings. Illustrated by Pat Lewis, First Second
  12. My Dress-Up Darling Vol. 7– Shinichi Fukuda, Square Enix
  13. For Who The Ball Roams– Dav Pilkey, Scholastic
  14. Spy X Family Vol. 1- Tatsuya Endo, Viz Media
  15. Heartstopper, Vol. 1– Alice Oseman, Scholastic
My Hero Academia Mirko Hero Suit Version 1:8 Scale StatueFrom the anime series My Hero Academia comes a 1/8 scale figure of Mirko, the current No. 5 professional hero on the Hero Billboard Chart JP, also known as Rabbit Hero! Able to “do things that are more rabbit-like than rabbits”, Mirko is dynamically posed to display kicking techniques that make use of the rabbit’s tremendous leg strength. Mirko’s determined expression, muscular beauty, and lively long white hair are also faithfully recreated. Made of PVC and ABS, the My Hero Academia Mirko Hero Suit Version 1:8 Scale Statue is approximately 9-inches tall and includes a stylized pedestal base. Pre-Order Yours Now!

Source: New York Times

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