Here are the top ten selling manga in the United States for the week of August 16-22, 2015, according to the New York Times.
VIZ Media’s release of Tokyo Ghoul Volume 2 enters the this week’s bestseller list at number one. In this volume, Ken adjusts to his new existence as a half–human, half–ghoul hybrid with a little help from some friendly ghouls.
This light novel released by Yen Press’ Yen On imprint enters the New York Times manga bestseller list at number two. In this volume, novice adventurer Bell Cranel is making progress deeper into the dungeon with the help of his new supporter Lilliluka. With new equipment and new allies, he thinks things are finally starting to go his way… but he’s dead wrong.
Seven Seas Entertainment’s release of Monster Musume Volume 7 spends a second week on the bestseller list. In this volume, the mothers of three of the monster girls that Kimihito lives with are coming for a visit. Stuck in the middle between the mothers and their daughters, Kimihito learns more than he ever wanted to know about the mating habits of lamia, harpies, and centaurs, while repeatedly facing the possibility of an ecstatically painful death.
VIZ Media’s release of Naruto Volume 71 spends a third week on the New York Times manga bestseller list. As this series barrels toward its conclusion, Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura fight the newly–activated Infinite Tsukuyomi.
Seven Seas Entertainment’s release of Citrus Volume 3 enters the bestseller list at number five. In this volume, an old childhood friend of Yuzu’s shows up, and is determined to battle it out with Mei for the title of “Yuzu’s little sister.” What Yuzu doesn’t realize is that Matsuri isn’t the sweet little girl she used to be, and she’s willing to use every dirty trick she can to break up Yuzu and Mei’s relationship.
VIZ Media’s release of Tokyo Ghoul Volume 1 spends its 10th week on the New York Times manga bestseller list. In this volume, Ken Kaneki is attacked by a monster, but somehow survives the encounter and becomes the first half-human, half-ghoul hybrid.
VIZ Media’s release of Food Wars! Volume 7 spends its second week on the manga bestseller list. The Fall Classic, the Totsuki Institute’s annual culinary competition, is here and the participants have been selected. Who will be crowned the winner?
VIZ Media’s release of My Hero Academia Volume 1 spends its third week on the New York Times manga bestseller list. In a world full of of people who can develop super powers, Izuku Midoriya is just a “normal” teenager. Will a chance encounter with a superhero change his fate?
VIZ Media’s release of One Piece Volume 75 spends a third week on the manga bestseller list. In this volume, the people of Dressrosa have been turned into toys. Can Usopp and the others find a cure?
VIZ Media’s release of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Part 1 – Phantom Blood Volume 3 spends a third week on the New York Times manga best seller list. In this volume, Jonathan Joestar and his mentor Zeppelli continue their pursuit of the villainous vampire, Dio. But to get to him, they must first face down his murderous henchmen.
Source: New York Times