I hate holiday weeks. Need Jump........
Haikyuu!! has certainly surpassed the 4.5 Million copies sold this year and I estimate that it already sold 5.4 Million copies this year! With those numbers it will most definitely be in the TOP 5 of the rankings!
August 4 to 10 sales:
*3. 441,563 443,458 Haikyuu!! Vol.12
40. *27,316 625,409 Haikyuu!! Vol.11
So, Nisekoi is already selling more than TLRD per volume by now...
Idk how much the other big romcoms from Jump's past sold (namely, Ichigo 100%, I"S, any other?), but isn't Nisekoi already a big candidate for the best selling romcom in Jump history? (or maybe it's already the best selling one, at least in per volume basis)
Probably Kimagure Orange Road.
Nisekois is certainly one of the most successful romcom of Jump history, but I don't know in which position it is currently. Selling better than To Love Ru is already a remarkable achievement.
This week sales was the best of Nisekoi in one week, but it had 7days to sell this time. Next week will be more important because I want to see whether it will maintain its sales without the anime or not. More than 303k is the goal.
Kimagure Orange Road 18 complete 20,000,000
I''s 15 complete 10,000,000
返信愿望! was really nice.
I really can't understand nisekoi success.I found it Very Boring and i dropped it
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A question to ask you.Somebody of you know Why aren't they making vomics anymore?
1st chapter of boku no hero:http://www.batoto.net/read/_/266046/..._fallen-angels
The first chapter of My Hero Academia set the premise pretty well. I'm actual a fan of the designs. Looking forward to more. It has the potential to be a Jump staple.
I've read somewhere that new Lead Covers on WSJ are going to be like in Magazine and Sunday, with girls half-naked. Very interesting matter, not even One Piece can save the popularity drop that is occurring in the WSJ. Hilarious movement to me.
Every magazine has dropped your print numbers in the last years, it is not only Jump. However, Jump continues beings the most popular by far, with the most popular series by far. I don't know what are you talking about.
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I'd be interested in the source on that. I don't see a point in them doing that given circulation.
Am I the only one who thinks that WSJ's almost 3 million print numbers is mostly because of One Piece and without OP we'd see possible a print number of only about 2 million or less?
Maybe. When Dragon Ball ended Jump sales decreased from one day to another and, consequently, the print numbers. Since One Piece is as important as Dragon Ball or even more important, it will have an impact in the print numbers, it's obvious. Shueisha has approximately 15 years to think about that though. Until there, the system can change, print edition can end, etc. Who knows? Therefore, too early to think about what will happen with One Piece end.