Here are the top ten selling manga in the United States for the week of September 20-26, 2015, according to the New York Times.
Vertical Comics’ release of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin Volume 11 enters the list at number one. This volume continues to adapt the original Mobile Suit Gundam television anime series.
VIZ Media’s release of Tokyo Ghoul Volume 1 falls one spot to number two in its 15th week on the 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.
Seven Seas Entertainment’s release of The Ancient Magus’ Bride Volume 2 holds steady at number three in its third week on the list. In this volume, an orphan is chosen to be the apprentice to a powerful wizard, but will she also be the wizard’s bride?
VIZ Media’s release of Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign Volume 6 moves up two spots to number four in its third week on the list. In this series, Yuichiro must become a master of demon–possessed weaponry to kill every vampire in existence.
Yen Press’ release of Big Hero 6 Volume 2 enters the list at number five. In this volume, Hiro investigates the disappearance of his brother Tadashi, with help from his robot, Baymax.
VIZ Media’s release of One-Punch Man Volume 1 falls four spots to number six in its fourth week on the list. In this volume, a hero named Saitama, can defeat any monster or villain with just one punch.
VIZ Media’s release of Tokyo Ghoul Volume 2 falls two spots to number seven in its sixth week on the list. In this volume, Ken adjusts to his new existence as a half–human, half–ghoul hybrid with a little help from some friendly ghouls.
Yen Press’ release of Sword Art Online: Progressive Volume 3 enters the list at number eight. In this volume, the high-achieving student Yuuki Asuna has to adapt to her new, fantastical surroundings.
Seven Seas Entertainment’s release of Monster Musume Volume 7 falls five spots to number nine in its seventh week on the 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 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal Volume 7 falls one spot to number ten in its fourth week on the list. In this volume, Yuma forms the Numbers Club, whose purpose is to find new Numbers Cards and foil the evil plans of Dr. Faker.
Source: The New York Times