The manga scene is booming, with fans all over the world snapping up the latest issues. Oricon's sales chart shows us which titles are flying off the shelves.

Jujutsu Kaisen is killing it with over 1.8 million copies sold. Thanks to Shueisha and the brain behind it, Gege Akutami, this series is a hit for its gripping plot and solid characters.

Coming in second, Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End has pulled in over 840,000 readers. Shogakukan's release, crafted by Kanehito Yamada and Tsukasa Abe, hits hard with its moving story. The Apothecary Diaries isn't far behind, with close to 790,000 copies out there, thanks to the team of Nekokurage, Natsu Hyuuga, and Touko Shino at Square Enix. Their anime shows have helped boost these numbers big time.

  1. Jujutsu Kaisen - 1.855.809 copies - Shueisha - Gege Akutami
  2. Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End - 842.143 copies - Shogakukan - Kanehito Yamada and Tsukasa Abe
  3. The Apothecary Diaries - 788.139 copies - Square Enix - Nekokurage, Natsu Hyuuga, and Touko Shino
  4. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - 521.870 copies - Kodansha - Fuse and Taiki Kawakami
  5. Blue Lock - 319.194 copies - Kodansha - Muneyuki Kaneshiro and Yusuke Nomura
  6. Daemons of the Shadow Realm - 228.110 copies - Square Enix - Hiromu Arakawa
  7. Golden Kamuy - 202.699 copies - Shueisha - Satoru Noda
  8. Delicious in Dungeon - 198.140 copies - Enterbrain - Ryoko Kui
  9. Mashle: Magic and Muscles - 195.960 copies - Shueisha - Hajime Komoto
  10. Haikyu!! - 193.305 copies - Shueisha - Haruichi Furudate

These numbers aren't just about sales; they show how much people love these stories. Every manga sold means more fans getting lost in worlds of adventure, drama, and fun.

For anyone who loves a good read, these titles are worth checking out. Spread the word, get your friends into it, and keep the manga love going strong.

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