- Feb 11, 2014
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I meant that number are result of every book release including novels, databooks, digital sales and international sales, so bleach still have the front.
No, it is just manga sales in Japan. If it is international sales, they mentioned as international (and say about including novels, databooks). Plus, if you going to argue that, then that also applicable for Bleach as well.I meant that number are result of every book release including novels, databooks, digital sales and international sales, so bleach still have the front.
As it's been said, all you had to do is follow the sales news for Kimetsu no Yaiba and then it its circulation numbers wouldn't be surprising. Kaizou 10 has been posting its sales on a regular basis, both in this thread and in the thread dedicated to Oricon sales reports. It is logical that it would have higher circulation numbers when it has already been selling a huge number of copies per volume.where is the proof of that? just because didn´t mention it. Also recently it was on 70M and now without a new anime release and even the movie it is on 100M? Nah I don´t believe it. Even internationaly it´s hard to believe in such short notice but that at least we gonna need to accept since it´s official.
Again, Bleach's number is based on worldwide, but not for Kimetsu.@Kaizou 10 @Polgarena
Seems like I wasn´t that wrong.
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