The Biggest Selling Manga Issues Of 2015

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

I know, I know, 2015 isn't over yet, but the Oricon charts (think Billboard, but for Japan) have listed the biggest selling manga of this year.

According to Oricon, the 2015 figure is from 1 December 2014 to 30 November 2015 (in actuality, the numbers are collected from 17 November 2014 to November 2015, because obviously, we don't yet know the total sales numbers for total).

There might be some surprises in this list. There might not. Let's have a look and find out.

10. Tokyo Ghoul:re Issue #1

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Kinokuniya [Shueisha]] Estimated sales: 3,758,541 copies

9. Prison School Vol 6 (Limited Edition First Printing)

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Bic Camera [Kodansha]] Estimated sales: 4,058,119

8. Terra Formars Issue #12

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Amazon [Shueisha]] Estimated sales: 4,188,158

7. Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma*

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Shonen Jump [Shueisha]] Estimated sales: 4,321,830

6. Haikyu!! Issue #14

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Shonen Jump [Shueisha]] Estimated sales: 6,531,508 copies

5. Kingdom Issue #19

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Rakuten [Shueisha]] Estimated sales: 8,569,215

4. Assassination Classroom #12

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Shonen Jump [Shueisha]] Estimated sales: 8,605,861

3. Attack on Titan Issue #15

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Amazon [Kodansha]] Estimated sales: 8,778,048

2. The Seven Deadly Sins Issue #13

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Kinokuniya [Kodansha]] Estimated sales: 10,304,112

1. One Piece Issue #76

The Biggest Selling Manga Issues of 2015

[Image via Crunchyroll [Shueisha]] Estimated sales: 14,102,521

*Oricon didn't specify which issue.

Remember this only for the year Oricon is marking 2015 and since these are best estimates, there might be some fluidity either way with these numbers — though, I'm guessing not too much.


Comments

    Lol the number is unreal. Oda sensei reign supreme after so many years and no one is close to beating him yet.

    Last edited 01/12/15 4:18 pm

      Well, also take in account that the Dressrosa arc was really strong, I'd dare to say the second or third best in the whole series history.

        Yeap. Personally my favourite was Water 7 Arc. Them manly tears could never stop flowing.

          So true... Merry :'(

          Enies Lobby for me. That moment with the 'Hats on the wall, Robin staring at them in awe and disbelief that they came to save her...

          Last edited 02/12/15 2:06 am

            I sort of consider them in one arc lol. I mean they start from water 7 and went to save robin and back to water 7 to recruit Franky.

              Yeah I'm in the same boat.
              Everything just flowed into motion after Water 7 up to and including Enies Loby.
              I haven't read much since just after Fishman Island... now I gotta catch up lol.

    Wow I had no idea Seven Deadly Sins was so popular. Dropped it back when volume 2 came out but if its selling like hotcakes then I gotta keep reading

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