I guess I was wrong when I promised that the transition phase will be over and the new compiled German Manga Charts would be ready in July. Instead Carlsen published their own new bestseller list. I’m not sure if they’ll continue it; but Tokyopop happens to publish a weekly Top 20 of their manga.

Carlsen now decided to not list the series but instead the highest ranking volume of the respective series. Each series is only mentioned once; otherwise the list could very well be renamed the “Naruto Chart”. Special editions – like the Naruto ones – count as a separate series though.

1. Naruto – Hiden: Hyo no Sho Official Fan Book
2. Naruto Volume #30
3. DAISUKI – July Issue
4. One Piece Volume #47
5. Junjo Romantica Volume #7
6. Uragiri wa Boku no Namae wo Shitteiru Volume #1
7. Love Mode Volume #11
8. Crown Volume #3
9. Charming Junkie Volume #8
10. Shaman King Volume #26
11. Vampire Knight Volume #3
12. Chibi Vampire Volume #5
13. .hack//G.U.+ Volume #2
14. Royal 17 Volume #2
15. Kyo Kara Maoh Volume #2
16. Silver Diamond Volume #6
17. Naruto – Hiden: Rin no Sho Character Official Data Book
18. Dragon Ball Z – The Saiyajin Volume #2
19. Only The Ring Finger Knows Volume #1
20. Naruto – Innocent Heart, Crimson Demon Volume #1
21. Hikaru No Go Volume #16
22. Monster Collection Volume #3
23. Futari Ecchi Volume #35
24. Ludwig Revolution Volume #3
25. Battle Angel Alita – Last Order Volume #10

Seinen: 2 (-) | Shounen: 8 (-)| Josei: 0 (-) | Shoujo: 6 (-1) | Shoujo Ai: 0 | Shounen Ai: 4 (-2) | Light Novels: 3 (+1) | Art-books: 0 (-) | Global: 0 (-) | Other: 2 (+2)

Edit: Deleted the genre part.