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June 8, 2012

BookScan Manga Ranking, May 28-June 3

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The Publishers Weekly magazine listed Nielsen BookScan’s graphic novel bestsellers in the United States for the week ending on June 3.

Rank Pre. Rank Weeks on List Title Author Publisher Price Pub. Date Units Units Year-to-Date Cover
3 3 5 Naruto #56 Masashi Kishimoto Viz Media $9.99 May, 2012 990 7,338
5 2 5 Sailor Moon #5 Naoko Takeuchi Kodansha Comics $10.99 May, 2012 865 8,065
9 – 1 Bleach #40 Tite Kubo Viz Media $9.99 June, 2012 495 507
10 – 1 Black Bird #14 Kanoko Sakurakoji Viz Media $9.99 June, 2012 472 488
12 11 3 Soul Eater #9 Atsushi Ohkubo Yen Press $11.99 May, 2012 462 1,441
13 – 1 Bleach #41 Tite Kubo Viz Media $9.99 June, 2012 448 460
14 – 1 The Tyrant Falls in Love #6 Hinako Takanaga Digital Manga Publishing $12.95 May, 2012 444 455
17 16 3 Puella Magi Madoka Magica #1 Magica Quartet, Hanokage Yen Press $11.99 May, 2012 412 1,114
21 14 3 Omamori Himari #7 Milan Matra Yen Press $11.99 May, 2012 349 1,270
22 19 11 Sailor Moon #4 Naoko Takeuchi Kodansha Comics $10.99 Mar, 2012 345 12,729
23 24 37 Sailor Moon #1 Naoko Takeuchi Kodansha Comics $10.99 Sep, 2011 343 8,809
24 17 3 Pandora Hearts #10 Jun Mochizuki Yen Press $11.99 May, 2012 341 1,086
25 21 13 Naruto #55 Masashi Kishimoto Viz Media $9.99 Mar, 2012 335 13,298

The Nielsen BookScan rankings represent sales at Barnes Noble and other book chains, independent bookshops, and online purchases — but not sales at comic book stores, Walmart, and some other venues.

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