|1||7||The World God Only Knows||256||73.42%|
|2||7||Hayate no Gotoku!||436||68.93%|
|3||new||Koe no Katachi||21||67.71%|
|4||absent||Area D – Inou Ryouiki||65||64.87%|
|5||6||Kamisama no Iutoori II||49||64.86%|
|6||4||Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches||93||61.40%|
|7||8||History’s Strongest Disciple Kenichi||552||61.39%|
|14||2||Nanatsu no Taizai||61||57.93%|
|17||12||Shokugeki no Souma||absent||56.27%|
|18||4||Wagatsuma-san wa Ore no Yome||65||49.10%|
|19||6||Kuroko no Basket||absent||44.51%|
|20||1||Kimi no Iru Machi||257||35.94%|
Power Rankings return from the disruptive holiday period, and the chart has understandably been scrambled from all the absences. With Jump on its final double-issue absence, Magazine and Sunday series have seized the opportunity, none more than The World God Only Knows, a series in such form that it would likely challenge for top spot regardless of the competition’s circumstances. Koe no Katachi makes its debut, and it’s quite a memorable one, as the newcomer vaults immediately into the top 3.
As expected, Jump series suffer from taking the week off, as even the ones with excellent current stories, such as Beelzebub, tumble out of their usual positions. In particular, the trio of One Piece, Haikyuu!!, and Shokugeki no Souma suffer the most, punctuated by even the mundane Nanatsu no Taizai temporarily overtaking them.
Indeed, non-Jump series have no excuse for being outdone by their vacationing counterparts, which gives Fairy Tail even more reason to be embarrassed than usual.