|1||–||The World God Only Knows||259||88.45%|
|2||–||Koe no Katachi||24||82.18%|
|3||–||Hayate no Gotoku!||439||76.85%|
|8||absent||Shokugeki no Souma||56||68.44%|
|9||5||Kamisama no Iutoori II||52||68.27%|
|10||–||Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches||96||67.82%|
|11||4||Nanatsu no Taizai||64||67.55%|
|12||4||History’s Strongest Disciple Kenichi||555||67.07%|
|14||–||Kimi no Iru Machi||260||63.27%|
|17||1||Wagatsuma-san wa Ore no Yome||68||56.26%|
|18||1||Kuroko no Basket||247||55.28%|
|19||1||Area D – Inou Ryouiki||66||52.41%|
This week’s edition of Power Rankings sees the series in control of the chart retain their lofty place. The incredible tension of recent The World God Only Knows developments sets that title apart from its nearest competitors, each impressive in their own right: Koe no Katachi continues to deliver powerful emotion, while Hayate no Gotoku! offers up a reminder of its consistency.
Below the chart-toppers, a small group owes its success this week to the absences from the holiday double-issues finally dropping out of the five-week judging period, excepting Magi, whose renaissance has depended entirely on the novel concept of presenting a compelling story with engaging characters.
Among those to tumble downwards, none are more notable than Toriko, which betrayed years of expectations this week with a massively disappointing chapter.