No Game No Life has plenty of life on this week’s New York Times Bestselling List!


1 NO GAME NO LIFE, VOL. 4 by Yuu Kamiya. (Yen Press.) A pair of Internet–savvy siblings are transported into a fantasy video game. In this volume, Sora and Shiro take a vacation.


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2 TOKYO GHOUL, VOL. 1, by Sui Ishida. (VIZ Media.) Ken Kaneki is attacked by a monster, but survives the encounter and becomes the first half-human, half-ghoul hybrid.


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3 GOODNIGHT PUNPUN, VOL. 1, by Inio Asano. (VIZ Media.) This series depicts its main character, a seemingly average adolescent boy with a hyperactive imagination, in the form of a bird.


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4 ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 1, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) This series, originally a web comic, features a hero named Saitama, who can defeat any monster or villain with just one punch.


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5 SWORD ART ONLINE PROGRESSIVE, VOL. 4, by Reki Kawahara and Kiseki Himura. (Yen Press.) The battle against the second–floor boss begins.


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6SERAPH OF THE END, VOL. 8, by Takaya Kagami and Yamato Yamamoto. (VIZ Media.) In this revenge tale, Yuichiro trains with demon–possessed weaponry in his quest to kill every vampire in existence.


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7 NORAGAMI, VOL. 12, by Adachitoka. (Kodansha Comics.) Yato, a god who wanted to build a lavish temple in his own honor, has a secret that he will do anything to keep.


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8 AKAME GA KILL! ZERO, VOL. 1, by Takahiro and Kei Toru. (Yen Press.) In this prequel to the main series, Akame’s shocking past is revealed.


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9 ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 5, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) Saitama, Genos, and Mumen Rider face a Demon-level crisis, in the form of the Deep Sea King.


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10 YU-GI-OH! ZEXAL, VOL. 8, by Shin Yoshida and Naohito Miyoshi. (VIZ Media.) A duel between Yagumo and Ryoga is so intense, that it tears a door into another world.

Source: New York Times