1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Last Straw.
Jeff Kinney.
Abrams/Amulet, $12.95 ISBN 978-0-810-97068-7

2. Naruto, Volume 43.
Mashashi Kishimoto.
Viz Media, $7.95 ISBN 978-1-421-52929-5

3. Naruto, Volume 44.
Mashashi Kishimoto.
Viz Media, $7.95 ISBN 978-1-421-53134-2

4. Dark Tower: Treachery.
Robin Furth, Peter David, Jae Lee and Richard Isanove.
Marvel, $24.99 ISBN 978-0-785-13574-6
Adapted by writer Peter David and editor Robin Furth with art by Jae Lee and Richard Isanove, Dark Tower: Treachery is the third volume in Marvel’s comics version of King’s acclaimed prose series. In this volume Roland and his fellow gunslingers return triumphantly to Gilead and his father, but keep Roland’s addiction to Maerlyn’s mysterious sphere a secret.

5. Naruto, Volume 42.
Mashashi Kishimoto.
Viz Media, $7.95 ISBN 978-1-421-52843-4

6. Star Trek: Countdown.
J.J. Abrams, Robert Orci and Dave Messina.
IDW, $17.99 ISBN 978-1-600-10420-6

7. Bone: Crown of Horns.
Jeff Smith.
Graphix/Scholastic, $9.99 ISBN 978-0-439-70632-2
Jeff Smith’s Bone: Crown of Horns, the final volume in Smith’s acclaimed epic fantasy adventure series, continues to sell well and shows up on the list for the fourth month in a row. Originally self-published in black and white by Smith, the series has been published in full color by Scholastic/Graphix since 2005 and the series has gone on to sell more than 2 1/2 million copies.

8. Full Metal Alchemist, Volume 18.
Hiromu Arakawa.
Viz Media, $9.99 ISBN 978-1-421-52536-5

9. Naruto, Volume 41.
Mashashi Kishimoto.
Viz Media, $7.95 ISBN 978-1-421-528427

10. Marvel Zombies 3.
Ken Akamatsu.
Del Rey, $10.99 ISBN 978-0-345-50528-6
Ravenous hordes of superpowered undead invade the Marvel Universe in Marvel Zombies 3, the wildly popular superhero zombie crossover series. Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Kev Walker supply plenty of the nonstop gore MZ fans love.

Take Note:
Movie/TV/comics writer Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8: Time of Your Life (#14) marks the return of the popular young vampire slayer, Fray, who first appeared in her own comic series in 2001, the series where Joss Whedon made his comics debut. Dark Horse publicist Jacq Cohen says Time of Your Life has sold more than 36,000 copies.