Spy x Family Reaches New Sales Record After Anime Debut

Spy x Family is cementing itself as one of the best anime drops of the year, and unsurprisingly, its popularity is already creeping up the channel. After all, the series is still published by Shounen jump, and fans can’t wait to see the anime’s impact on those sales. And according to a new report, it looks like the show is doing wonders for the show.

After all, Spy x Family only updated fans on his current traffic stats. It turns out the manga has at least 17 million copies, and sales can only go up from here.

Spy x Family only has three episodes and the first season is expected to last over 20 episodes. The show will shine the spotlight on the Forger family for a few more months, and this extended delay will lead to increased sales. And thanks to characters like Anya, well – it’s hard enough for fans not to want to binge on Spy x Family and see its motley leads at work.

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Of course, you can follow the anime right now via Crunchyroll, and Viz Media publishes Spy x Family in the USA. You can read the official story synopsis if you need more details on what it’s all about, and we highly recommend checking out this hit before its popularity explodes further!

“The Twilight Spymaster is unparalleled when it comes to going undercover on dangerous missions for the betterment of the world. But when he’s given the ultimate mission – to marry and have a child – he can finally be at the Not one to depend on others, Twilight has her work cut out to provide him with a wife and child for his mission to infiltrate an elite private school. it’s that the woman he chose is an assassin and the child he adopted is a telepath!”

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