Top 10 selling manga of 2008 so far

Manga still has a bright future ahead. In recent years, the industry has experienced a revolution. What began as a rave about a few people has largely entered popular culture. Some manga are so popular that they are featured in Top Trending on social networks. WSJ Oricon revealed on the social network Twitter the list of the best-selling manga from 2008 to the present day.


The battle for first place

From the WSJ rating, we note that there are two of the most popular manga at the moment: One Piece and Demon Slayer. The two fought hard for the lead. Even if the Demon Slayer is by far the smallest in One Piece, the manga is right behind him when it comes to sales. But One Piece is one step ahead of the Demon Slayer, who worked for him. Remember, One Piece started in 1997, as opposed to 2016 for Demon Slayer.

In addition, Oda announced that there is still 5 years before One Piece ends. While the Demon Slayer ended in 2020. These different items allow One Piece to take first place pretty much now, and maybe in the future. Its numbers are estimated at 215,392,563 sales, compared to 126,586,331 for Demon Slayer. Despite the second place, the Demon Slayer has nothing to envy about One Piece, because he will succeed in a short time when the others fail.

This manga has sold over 100 million

After the Demon Slayer, Attack on Titan came in third with 78,091,099 works sold. The kingdom is in fourth place with 54,560,220, and Haikyu has 49,752,786, with a comfortable 5e Place.

The other four bestsellers are respectively Naruto (46,433,985), Jujutsu Kaisen (39,445,785), My Hero Academia (38,019,355) and Seven Deadly Sins (33,532,282). Fairy Tail ranked 10th in this ranking, with 34,096,779 sales.

The biggest surprise in this arrangement was to note that the popular manga has sold less than a hundred million. Such is the case with Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia, and even Naruto. However, the quality of work cannot be estimated only in numbers.

Source: comic book

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