Bestsellers — Manga
New York Times Bestsellers for the week of 2015-01-04, linked to Canton Public Library's Catalog.
- Attack on titan, vol. 1 by Hajime Isayama
Is this the end of humanity? It sure looks that way when what is left of mankind must go into hiding to escape the giant humanoids known as the Titans.
- Naruto, vol. 68 by Masashi Kishimoto
As this series barrels toward its conclusion, Naruto and the Shinobi Alliance continue their battle against Obito.
- Assassination classroom, vol. 1 by Yusei Matsui
The students of class of 3–E have only one assignment: kill the teacher! Of course, when that teacher is also a supremely powerful being, it is easier said than done.
- Sword art online: fairy dance, vol. 2 by Reki Kawahara and Tsubasa Haduki
Kirito has escaped from the virtual reality world of Sword Art Online, but now, he must go inside another game to try and save the woman he loves.
- Unofficial hatsune mix by KEI
Follow the virtual (and musical) adventures of Hatsune Miku and her friends in this collected edition of stories, in black and white and color.
- Attack on titan: no regrets, vol. 1 by Gun Snark, Hikaru Suruga and Hajime Isayama
The origins of the Survey Corps leaders Levi and Erwin are told in this spin–off series.
- Attack on titan: no regrets, vol. 2 by Gun Snark, Hikaru Suruga and Hajime Isayama
The origins of the Survey Corps leaders Levi and Erwin are told in this spinoff series.
- Attack on titan, vol. 2 by Hajime Isayama
Mankind has gone into hiding to escape the giant humanoids known as the Titans. In this volume, the Titans attack and one of them goes rogue.
- Spice and wolf, vol. 10 by Isuna Hasekura and Keito Koume
Kraft Lawrence, a young merchant finds himself with a companion: Holo, the Wolf–God of the harvest.
- Kingdom hearts ii, vol. 3 by Shiro Amano
This series adapts the plot from the role–playing video game, where a young boy must save a magical kingdom with his allies Donald Duck and Goofy.