1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules.
Jeff Kinney.
Abrams/Amulet, $7.95 ISBN 978-0-810-99473-7

2. Naruto, Volume 28.
Mashashi Kishimoto.
Viz Media, $7.95 ISBN 978-1-421-51864-0

3. Fruits Basket, Volume 19.
Natsuki Takaya.
Tokyopop, $9.99 ISBN 978-1-598-16863-1
To market the release of vol. 19 of its perennial bestselling manga, Fruits Basket, last month Tokyopop released the entire volume for free on Tokyopop.com—for 19 minutes at 19:19 est. The Fruits Basket series has sold more than 2 million copies.

4. Negima, Volume 17.
Ken Akamatsu.
Del Rey, $10.95 ISBN 978-0-345-50139-4
In the #4 slot is vol. 17 of Ken Akamatsu’s Negima. Much like Love Hina, another bestselling Akamatsu manga, Negima is a “harem manga” or a story featuring a nice but goofy guy surrounded by lots of really cute girls. In fall 2008 Del Rey will publish Mao-Chan, a new series written by Akamatsu with art by Ran, featuring cute aliens, and yes, plenty of cute girls.

5. Death Note: How to Read 13.
Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata et al.
Viz Media, $14.99 ISBN 978-1-421-51888-6

6. Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The First Death.
Laurell K. Hamilton.
Marvel, $8.99 ISBN 978-0-785-12941-7
After making the PW bestseller list last year with her first Anita Blake graphic novel, Guilty Pleasures, bestselling novelist Laurell K. Hamilton returns to the list at #6 with her second hardcover comics release, The First Death, an original comics prequel to her popular vampire series. In The First Death Hamilton portrays a young Anita Blake and answers questions about the vampire hunters past.

7. Full Metal Alchemist, Volume 16
Hiromu Arakawa.
Viz Media, $9.99 ISBN 978-1-421-51381-2

8. Gentleman’s Alliance +, Volume 16.
Arina Tenemura.
Viz Media, $8.99 ISBN 978-1-421-51730-8

9. Bone: Ghost Circles.
Jeff Smith.
Scholastic/Graphix, $7.95 ISBN 978- 0-439-70634-6

10. Green Lantern: Sinestro Corps War, Volume 1.
Geoff Johns, Dave Gibbons, Ethan Van Sciver et al.
DC Comics, $24.99 ISBN 978-1-401-21650-4.
DC Comics landed two superhero collections on the list. At #10, Sinestro Corps War is the second part of a Green Lantern trilogy that will conclude next year with In Blackest Night, with art by Ethan Van Scier.

Take Note: At #11 is Infinite Crisis, which reintroduced the concept of a universe with multiple Earths (each with its own groups of superheroes), first introduced in the DC Universe in 1985 in Crisis on Infinite Earths. DC’s 2006 hit weekly comics series 52, was based on the final pages of Infinite Crisis.