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  1. #5821

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    Recent sales ranking of the series of the Jump.

  2. #5822

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    I love how One Piece is so much higher than the rest that they have to insert a break and skip a huge chunk of its bar in order for it to fit

  3. #5823

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbe Noire View Post
    Recent sales ranking of the series of the Jump.
    http://i42.tinypic.com/2hp21cg.jpg
    1- One Piece: 288,000,000 copies.
    2- Dragon Ball: 157,210,000 copies.
    3- Kochikame: 156,500,000 copies.
    4- Naruto: 131,280,000 copies.
    5- Slam Dunk: 120,290,000 copies.
    6- Bleach: 82,070,000 copies.
    7- Jojos Bizarre Adventure: 68,910,000 copies.
    8- Hunter x Hunter: 65,870,000 copies.
    9- Kenshin: 58,700,000 copies.
    10- Yy Hakusho: 50,000,000 copies.

    Full 2013 Media Guide.

    http://adnavi.shueisha.co.jp/mediagu...3/pdf/boys.pdf
    Last edited by redon; April 29th, 2013 at 10:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redon View Post
    1- One Piece: 288,000,000 copies.
    2- Dragon Ball: 157,210,000 copies.
    3- Kochikame: 156,500,000 copies.
    4- Naruto: 131,280,000 copies.
    5- Slam Dunk: 120,290,000 copies.
    6- Bleach: 82,070,000 de ejemplares.
    7- Jojos Bizarre Adventure: 68,910,000 copies (only 5 first series).
    8- Hunter x Hunter: 65,870,000 copies.
    9- Kenshin: 58,700,000 copies.
    10- Yy Hakusho: 50,000,000 copies.

    Full 2013 Media Guide.

    http://adnavi.shueisha.co.jp/mediagu...3/pdf/boys.pdf
    So Togashi makes the list twice. That's impressive.

  5. #5825

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    Quote Originally Posted by redon View Post
    1- One Piece: 288,000,000 copies.
    2- Dragon Ball: 157,210,000 copies.
    3- Kochikame: 156,500,000 copies.
    4- Naruto: 131,280,000 copies.
    5- Slam Dunk: 120,290,000 copies.
    6- Bleach: 82,070,000 de ejemplares.
    7- Jojos Bizarre Adventure: 68,910,000 copies (only 5 first series).
    8- Hunter x Hunter: 65,870,000 copies.
    9- Kenshin: 58,700,000 copies.
    10- Yy Hakusho: 50,000,000 copies.

    Full 2013 Media Guide.

    http://adnavi.shueisha.co.jp/mediagu...3/pdf/boys.pdf
    Random bit of Spanish there :O

    Also that OP can outsell something continously released 21 years longer is simply fascinating O_O

    Edit: Why do they only count the first 5 series of Jojo ? Also, anyone who can edit that picture to show OP's full bar ?

  6. #5826

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    You sure it isn't the first 6 series of Jojo? That could make sense since it moved from WSJ to Ultra JUmp during steel ball run, but I can't understand why they wouldn't include part 6

  7. #5827

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    redon can you edit that. It says nothing about Jojo only counting the top five.

    Jojo is counting the entire series.
    The sentence above is talking about Top 5 of this chart are so numerous, each of them exceed the Japanese population.
    It has nothing to do with Jojo's statement which is below (*series total)

  8. #5828

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    I am asking because i really dont know: Doesnt the number 288 million entail that the average sale of a OP volume is approx 4 million, since 69 volumes are released right now? That would be surprising to me since i thought 3 million for one volume is already a huge number.

  9. #5829

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    3 million is how much a new volume sells in its first year.
    People don't just buy that volume in the first year.

    People still do buy the first 60 volumes in 2013 you know

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    I wonder how much the first volume of One Piece has sold until now. Do we have data on that?

    When I was in Japan I found amazing that at the big bookstores they'd put up big piles of EACH One Piece volume. That must mean every single volume still sells like shit.

  11. #5831

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    Didnt think that would influence the numbers that much though but clearly i was mistaken.

  12. #5832

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    Quote Originally Posted by IgorGB View Post
    I wonder how much the first volume of One Piece has sold until now. Do we have data on that?

    When I was in Japan I found amazing that at the big bookstores they'd put up big piles of EACH One Piece volume. That must mean every single volume still sells like shit.
    Unfortunately since no organization publish accumulative totals of constant, yet low ranking sales figures, we really have no ways of knowing unless Shuueisha publish the data.
    But I would expect it to be insanely high.

  13. #5833

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aohige_AP View Post
    3 million is how much a new volume sells in its first year.
    People don't just buy that volume in the first year.

    People still do buy the first 60 volumes in 2013 you know
    I assume they get continously reprinted then ? I wonder which is the most current reprint of volume 1 if that is in fact the case.

  14. #5834

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    That would be easy to find out, just ask CCC or Steven to go to a nearest bookstore, and look at the final pages of a One Piece volume 1 lol.

    My own copy dates back to 2000, and it's 19th reprint.

  15. #5835

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aohige_AP View Post
    That would be easy to find out, just ask CCC or Steven to go to a nearest bookstore, and look at the final pages of a One Piece volume 1 lol.

    My own copy dates back to 2000, and it's 19th reprint.
    So 20 printings in only 3-4 years O_O

  16. #5836

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Maam View Post
    So 20 printings in only 3-4 years O_O
    They didn't know at the time to print 3 million copies up front. There were probably a fair ammount of the first printing, maybe around 500,000 (maybe less, maybe more. Assclass was recently started at 800,000, but its 16 years later) but then the follow up printings were probably "only" 20,000-50,000 at a time initially to meet demand. And then demand would have exploded two years later when the anime hit. (Even when dealing with those amounts, there's cash flow issues. Even when you KNOW you're going to sell through that entire printing, you can still only afford to print and store so much.)

    Somewhere along the way they may have opted to print a straight 1 or 2 million again just to have in perpetual stock though.
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  17. #5837

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    In February 2011 One Piece Volume 01 reached 100th reprint, so I think now itd be 110-115th reprint more or less.



    Between 22th November 2010 and 20th November 2011, One Piece Volume 01 sold 545,045 copies. So I think it would be reach 5,000,000 copies total (its only a speculation).

    http://www.oricon.co.jp/entertainmen...index05_1.html

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    God, 100 reprints. That's a lot.

  19. #5839

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    So Mario's gonna be in Jump Alpha next week. The prelude was in this week's.

  20. #5840

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    If you divided the total sales by the amount of volumes of each series to find the per volume purchase, the rank would change... to be like this

    1. One Piece(69 volumes) : 4.173 million people
    2. Slam Dunk(31) : 3.880 m
    3. Dragon Ball(42) : 3.743 m
    4. Yu Yu Hakusho(19) : 2.631 m
    5. Kenshin(28) : 2.096 m
    6. Hunter(32) : 2.058 m
    7. Naruto(64) : 2.051 m
    8. Bleach(58) : 1.415 m
    9. Kochikame(185) : 0.845 m
    10. Jojo(107) : 0.644 m

    One Piece is still no.1, and Togashi rocks XD


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