Top Ten Selling Manga of 2018

The top ten selling manga in Japan, from November 2017 to November 2018 are listed below (number of copies sold):

  1. One Piece (8,113,317)
  2. My Hero Academia (6,718,185)
  3. Attack on Titan (5,235,963)
  4. Slam Dunk (5,214,085)
  5. Haikyu! (5,030,624)
  6. Kingdom (4,970,171)
  7. The Seven Deadly Sins (4,867,680)
  8. The Promised Neverland (4,246,955)
  9. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (3,460,066)
  10. Tokyo Ghoul:re (3,267, 843)

First the fact that One Piece is still #1 shouldn’t shock anyone, nor should My Hero Academia or Attack on Titan. I’ve haven’t really been able to get into the sports manga Slam Dunk or Haikyu!, but I’m familiar with both series. I haven’t heard of Kingdom before, but maybe I should check it out. I haven’t started reading Seven Deadly Sins yet, but I will next year. I haven’t really given the Promised Neverland or “Slime” are fair read. After the first anime season of Tokyo Ghoul, I haven’t really enjoyed other seasons. I tried reading the manga. but I didn’t like the art style.

5 thoughts on “Top Ten Selling Manga of 2018

  1. Nice to see Slam Dunk so high even if I’m a little surprised by that. I read 6/10 of the titles above so from the ones I haven’t checked out yet, I think Promised Neverland sounds the most intriguing. I’ve heard good things about it although I don’t know anything beyond the basic premise.

  2. Not surprised. One Piece has been the king of Manga for years now. But I am proud that My Hero Academia is becoming a top contender. If this keeps up, it’s going to be one of the best manga in history.

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