It seems like our friends in the US are branching out with their manga best sellers, with the wave of One Punch Man and Tokyo Ghoul volumes easing a little in the New York Times’ January 31st top 10. A new entry creeping in this week alongside Blue Exorcist volume 14 is My Monster Secret by Eiji Masuda, a series released in North America by Seven Seas, with its corresponding anime known as Actually, I Am.

The publishers describe the series, “Kuromine Asahi learns that the quiet girl in his high school is actually a vampire. Will he be able to keep her secret?” The monster girl manga debuted at #9, and you can take a look at how the full list panned out below.

  1. ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 4, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) – 2 weeks
  2. NARUTO: THE SEVENTH HOKAGE AND THE SCARLET SPRING, by Masashi Kishimoto. (VIZ Media.) – 2 weeks
  3. ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 1, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.)  – 20 weeks
  4. BLUE EXORCIST, VOL. 14, by Kazue Kato. (VIZ Media.) – 1 week
  5. TOKYO GHOUL, VOL. 1, by Sui Ishida. (VIZ Media.) – 30 weeks
  6. ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 3, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) – 9 weeks
  7. ONE-PUNCH MAN, VOL. 2, by ONE and Yusuke Murata. (VIZ Media.) – 14 weeks
  8. NARUTO, VOL. 72, by Masashi Kishimoto. (VIZ Media.) – 13 weeks
  9. MY MONSTER SECRET, VOL. 1, by Eiji Masuda. (Seven Seas Entertainment.) – 1 week
  10. TOKYO GHOUL, VOL. 4, by Sui Ishida. (VIZ Media.) – 5 weeks

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