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List of Top 30 Manga series of Annual Comprehensive 2020 Revealed

Last updated on January 28th, 2022 at 09:10 pm

The list of Top 30 highest-grossing manga series surfaced yesterday. As expected, Kimetsu no Yaiba has secured the topmost position with a full closeout of approximately 54 billion yen. The Annual Comprehensive Series’s aggregation period was from December 23, 2019, to December 21, 2020.

Maximum of the series have grossed billion figure this year. This shows that the notability of the manga series among Otakus has been increasing per annum. The list has been released in Japanese, so here we have roughly translated the top 30 manga series of 2020. Fans can also see their favorite manga’s position on the list.  

    Position and Name with Estimated Total Sales Amount in Yen (approx.)

  1.   Kimetsu no Yaiba– 54 Billion
  2.   One Piece5.5 Billion
  3.   Haikyuu4.98 Billion
  4.   Gintama4.68 Billion
  5.   Love Life4.56 Billion
  6.   Jujutsu Kaisen4.47 Billion
  7.   Hypnosis Mic: Division Rap Battle– 4.32 Billion
  8.   The Idolmaster3.65 Billion
  9.   My Hero Academia3.58 Billion
  10.   The Promise Neverland3.55 Billion
  11.   Touken Ranbu3.54 Billion
  12.   Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken3.50 Billion
  13.   The Quintessential Quintuplets3.46 Billion
  14.   Fate Series2.92 Billion
  15.   Kaguya-sama: Love Is War- 2.80 Billion
  16.   Anna and the Snow Queen2.77 Billion
  17.   BanG Dream!2.73 Billion
  18.   Animal Crossing Series2.68 Billion
  19.   Hanako-kun2.512 Billion
  20.   Black Clover– 2.510 Billion
  21.   Attack on Titan2.46 Billion
  22.   Spy X Family2.44 Billion
  23.   Star Wars Series2.29 Billion
  24.   Love Lasts Forever– 2.24 Billion
  25.   Detective Conan2.23 Billion
  26.   Cage of Eden2.15 Billion
  27.   Fire Force– 2.13 Billion
  28.   Mobile Suit Gundam– 2.10 Billion
  29.   Kamen Rider2.09 Billion
  30.   Idolish7– 1.97 Billion

This is the list of highest-earning manga this year. This revenue includes all the branches like Blu-ray, DVD, music, novel, and manga, whereas the excluding ones are games, movie tickets, and electronic ways. This list also provides fans an idea of which manga they have to proceed with next. 

Source: NoxDRaz @Twitter

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