On Friday, September 10, 2021, Oricon released the new sales charts for the new 100th volume of One Piece. The was volume was published on September 3, 2021, and has sold over 1.173 Million Print Copies according to the August 30 And September 5 sales metrics. Now One Piece has been on the top of Sales charts for a couple of years now, with the manga ranking at the #1 spot for 50 consecutive weeks since Oricon started publishing their charts in 2008.
But with the 100th volume of One Piece crossing 1 million sales, One Piece has finally reached Million+ sales in all 100 volumes of the manga. This is a historic moment for Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece. The manga having the most sold million-selling volumes in print since 2008. One Piece is above Attack on Titan, coming in second place with 34 Volumes and even Naruto, which takes the third spot with 31 volumes. Aside from this achievement, One Piece has also won the 41st Japan Cartoonist Awards in 2012 and also set a Guinness World record for "the most copies published for the same comic book series by a single author." Making this achievement even more impressive, to say the least.
『ONE PIECE』最新100巻がコミック1位 既刊100巻全てが累積売上100万部突破【オリコンランキング】（写真 全2枚）https://t.co/xi9na9ct2I— ORICON NEWS【アニメ】 (@oricon_anime_) September 9, 2021
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One Piece manga began serialization on July 19, 1997, and the 57th volume of the manga was the first volume to have a first printing run of 3 Million print copies, which broke a national record in the March of 2010. And then the 67th volume had a first printing of 4.05 million copies, which again broke the national record in August 2012. One Piece has also crossed 1000 chapters this year and has also surpassed 490 million copies in circulation worldwide as of July 2021. Making One Piece’s Guinness World record from 2012 even more impressive today.