For the week ending January 31st, here are the top selling manga volumes according to the New York Times Best Sellers list. Check out last week’s list right here.


1 ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 4, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) Saitama must perform one heroic deed per week to fulfill his duties as a newly certified member of the Hero Association. 2
2 NARUTO: THE SEVENTH HOKAGE AND THE SCARLET SPRING, by Masashi Kishimoto. (VIZ Media.) Set 15 years after the conclusion of the main series, this story focuses on Naruto’s son, Boruto, and Sasuke’s daughter, Sarada. 2
3 ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 1, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) This series, which started as a web comic, features a hero named Saitama, who can defeat any monster or villain with just one punch. 20
4 BLUE EXORCIST, VOL. 14, by Kazue Kato. (VIZ Media.) Rin and his friends are imprisoned by Professor Gedoin. Can they escape and rescue Izumo or will she be left behind? 1
5 TOKYO GHOUL, VOL. 1, by Sui Ishida. (VIZ Media.) Ken Kaneki is attacked by a monster, but survives the encounter and becomes the first half-human, half-ghoul hybrid. 30
     6 ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 3, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) Saitama and Genos take the Hero Association’s test, but even if they pass, will they gain the respect of their peers? 9
     7 ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 2, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) Saitama grows bored of being a superhero, so he agrees to train a cyborg teenager named Genos. 14
     8 NARUTO, VOL. 72, by Masashi Kishimoto. (VIZ Media.) The series draws to a conclusion as Naruto fights one final time to secure a peaceful future for the ninja world. 13
     9 MY MONSTER SECRET, VOL. 1, by Eiji Masuda. (Seven Seas Entertainment.) Kuromine Asahi learns that the quiet girl in his high school is actually a vampire. Will he be able to keep her secret? 1
     10 TOKYO GHOUL, VOL. 4, by Sui Ishida. (VIZ Media.) Meet Shu Tsukiyama, a.k.a. the Gourmet, a ghoul with refined tastes who has his eyes on Ken. 5

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