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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaiten View Post
    Nice opening week for 'I am a Hero', I'm looking forward to reading volume 9. Also nice to see the delightful 'Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui!' approaching 100,000 in sales. One of the funniest, and most mean spirited, comedy manga I have read in a long time.
    Just read WataMote, and I wholeheartedly agree with you. I'm going to be keeping an eye on the series, and I only hope it gets more popular from here. It's cruel but oooooh so funny. Gangan seems to have it going on lately too, as a lot of series from there are getting notice and anime.
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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    It's not really well known at mangahelpers, but it is apparently really popular at /a/.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Oricon Rankings 04/06 - 10/06
    01 - Bleach #55 (521,626)
    02 - Bakuman #19 (332,706)
    03 - Katekyô Hitman Reborn #39 (226,893)
    04 - Beelzebub #16 (152,893)
    05 - Claymore #22 (144,521)
    06 - Initial D #45 (117,392)
    07 - Kiss Yori mo Hayaku #11 (90,820)
    08 - Kinnikuman #39 (79,281)
    09 - Kuroshitsuji #14 (72,104-485,622)
    10 - Rosario to Vampire - Season II #11 (56,771)
    11 - 7 Seeds #22 (49,500)
    12 - Kyô, Koi wo Hajimemasu #15 (48,543-330,191)
    13 - Shinjuku Swan #32 (48,005)
    14 - Kochikame #180 (47,551)
    15 - Kimi ni Todoke #16 (41,449-1,026,057)
    16 - Sankarea #06 (41,083)
    17 - One Piece #66 (38,485-2,993,752)
    18 - I am a Hero #09 (38,140-131,443)
    19 - Magico #06 (37,406)
    20 - Kekkai Sensen #05 (34,809)
    21 - Pajama na Kanojo #01 (31,899)
    22 - Hq!! #01 (31,428) 
    23 - Btooom! #08 (30,775)
    24 - Yu-Gi-Oh ! 5D's #04 (29,490-29,905) 
    25 - Hyakki Yakô Shô #21 (28,699) 
    26 - Yowamushi Pedal #23 (28,548)
    27 - Junai Labyrinth #06 (26,195)
    28 - Naniwa Tomoare 2nd #20 (25,137)
    29 - Kinô Nani Tabeta? #06 (24,438-242,264)
    30 - Ino Head Gargoyle #01 (23,597)





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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Go Haikyu!!!! Not bad for the first volume of a sports manga by a relatively unknown author.


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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by Drmke View Post
    Go Haikyu!!!! Not bad for the first volume of a sports manga by a relatively unknown author.
    +1

    Sales aren't particularly good, but it sold more than the first volume of Kurogane.
    I guess that as long as it keep having good rankings it will be ok. Hope so, I really like it.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by Oberon View Post
    Oricon Rankings 04/06 - 10/06
    01 - Bleach #55 (521,626)
    02 - Bakuman #19 (332,706)
    03 - Katekyô Hitman Reborn #39 (226,893)
    04 - Beelzebub #16 (152,893)
    05 - Claymore #22 (144,521)
    06 - Initial D #45 (117,392)
    07 - Kiss Yori mo Hayaku #11 (90,820)
    08 - Kinnikuman #39 (79,281)
    09 - Kuroshitsuji #14 (72,104-485,622)
    10 - Rosario to Vampire - Season II #11 (56,771)
    11 - 7 Seeds #22 (49,500)
    12 - Kyô, Koi wo Hajimemasu #15 (48,543-330,191)
    13 - Shinjuku Swan #32 (48,005)
    14 - Kochikame #180 (47,551)
    15 - Kimi ni Todoke #16 (41,449-1,026,057)
    16 - Sankarea #06 (41,083)
    17 - One Piece #66 (38,485-2,993,752)
    18 - I am a Hero #09 (38,140-131,443)
    19 - Magico #06 (37,406)
    20 - Kekkai Sensen #05 (34,809)
    21 - Pajama na Kanojo #01 (31,899)
    22 - Hq!! #01 (31,428) 
    23 - Btooom! #08 (30,775)
    24 - Yu-Gi-Oh ! 5D's #04 (29,490-29,905) 
    25 - Hyakki Yakô Shô #21 (28,699) 
    26 - Yowamushi Pedal #23 (28,548)
    27 - Junai Labyrinth #06 (26,195)
    28 - Naniwa Tomoare 2nd #20 (25,137)
    29 - Kinô Nani Tabeta? #06 (24,438-242,264)
    30 - Ino Head Gargoyle #01 (23,597)

    Yay Bleach is #1. Also Initial D and R+V is up there so I'm happy. Wish more manga were sold though, these numbers don't look that high except for Bleach and Bleach should have sold about 200k more.

    But it is the first week so I'll wait for the 2nd week count.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Who would have thunk it, Bleach got the number 1 spot. Pajama at 21 and Hq at no.22 not bad for the first volume sales.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Number 01 isn't a big thing, but selling 521K copies is great.
    Even after getting a full week, many previous volumes sold around 100k less.

    Maybe this one will pass 700k till the end of the year.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    This is the 31-50 part for this week:

    Quote Quote:
    31 -- *,*23,481 *,*23,481 *1 5 Kaze Densetsu Bukkomi no Taku 16
    32 -- *,*23,174 *,*23,174 *1 6 Momi Saishiki -Momi Iro-
    33 -- *,*22,388 *,*22,388 *1 3 Aku no Hana 6
    34 *7 *,*22,054 *,126,659 *3 - Switch Girl!! 19
    35 -- *,*21,932 *,*21,932 *1 3 Kaibutsu Oujo 18
    36 -- *,*21,832 *,*21,832 *1 6 Bodai Kiryou no Aria -Kin Iro no Corda Series- 1
    37 -- *,*21,486 *,*21,486 *1 2+.Choujikuu Yousai Macross: The First 4
    38 -- *,*20,404 *,*20,404 *1 2+.Saikin, Imouto no Yousu ga Chotto Okashii n da ga.  3
    39 11 *,*20,349 *,180,586 *3 - Danshi Koukousei no Nichijyou 6
    40 *8 *,*19,157 *,117,015 *3 - bokutachi Wa Shiteshimatta 14
    41 -- *,*19,072 *,*19,072 *1 5 Watashi ni ×× Shinasai! 9
    42 *9 *,*18,326 *,118,308 *3 - Mei-chan no Shitsuji 18
    43 12 *,*18,054 *,150,176 *3 - BILLY BAT 9
    44 13 *,*16,785 *,152,009 *3 - Hoozuki no Reitetsu 5
    45 15 *,*16,691 *,*49,994 *2 - No-Zo-Ki-A-Na 11
    46 41 *,*16,256 *,*30,954 *2 - ブラッドラッド 6
    47 -- *,*16,085 *,*16,085 *1 3 Douse Mou Nigerarenai 2
    48 -- *,*16,010 *,*16,010 *1 3 Clover 27
    49 23 *,*15,781 *,107,247 *3 - Watashi ga Motnai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui! 2
    50 27 *,*15,544 1,117,766 *6 - NARUTO-ナルト- 60
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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Haikyuu has lower selles that magico volume 1. That is kind of strange.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by vampire killer View Post
    Haikyuu has lower selles that magico volume 1. That is kind of strange.
    Them printing a low amount of copies and already ordering a full reprinting probably says more about it than a single week's sales figures.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Then why jump didn`t print more copies for the first week? Haikyuu had very good position in the Toc.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Like anything else in the print business it's a question of money. If the author was well-known or even had previous success more copies would have been printed.

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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by vampire killer View Post
    Then why jump didn`t print more copies for the first week? Haikyuu had very good position in the Toc.
    Even if it ranks well printing small amounts to start off with is just safer than taking the risk of printing a lot and it not selling. Shueisha doesn't want to risk the chance of losing money.

    A recent example of this was the first volume of BUYUDEN which was given a massive 220,000 first volume printing and ended up not even getting into the Oricon top 50.

    BUYUDEN was most likely given that massive printing thanks to the Author being famous and the good rankings it had in Shounen Sunday but it turned out to be a massive flop.
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    Re: Weekly Oricon Comic Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by vampire killer View Post
    Then why jump didn`t print more copies for the first week? Haikyuu had very good position in the Toc.
    Please remember Oricon rankings do not represent transactions at Point of Sale (POS), retail transaction between store and customer. Oricon represents transactions between Shueisha, book distributors, and wholesalers. Each transaction involves large lots of several thousand books each. Retailers then purchase copies from the distributors and wholesalers. For a new manga by an unknown artist, distributors have no means of gauging retailer demand, thus no means of knowing how large an initial order to make. Instead they keep initial orders low, Shueisha in turn keeps initial printings low.

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