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2013 Total Average Sales, TV/ONA

Note: “0” does not mean exactly 0, it means that no volumes ranked in any format. 0 is used to improve results when sorting.

Sales DVD Sales DVD % BD Sales BD % Season Vols Series Title
783 783 100% Winter 1 Ai Mai Mii
2,018 2,018 100% Spring 1 Aiura
3,037 543 18% 2,494 82% Winter 5 AKB0048 next stage
283 283 100% Spring 6 Aku no Hana
3,651 2,183 60% 1,468 40% Winter 6 Amnesia
408 227 56% 181 44% Spring 6 Arata Kangatari
42,204 4,489 11% 37,715 89% Summer 12 Monogatari Series Second Season
1,390 1,390 100% Fall 6 Blazblue Alter Memory
801 504 63% 297 37% Summer 5 Blood Lad
880 880 100% Winter 1 Boku no Imouto wa Oosaka Okan
7,349 1,158 16% 6,191 84% Winter 6 Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Next
6,817 4,465 65% 2,352 35% Summer 7 Brothers Conflict
3,331 527 16% 2,804 84% Winter 2 Chihayafuru 2
4,945 688 14% 4,257 86% Summer 7 Choujigen Game Neptune
274 274 100% Fall 6 Coppelion
2,130 1,260 59% 870 41% Winter 6 Cuticle Tantei Inaba
2,385 300 13% 2,084 87% Winter 6 D.C. III: Da Capo III
4,512 1,633 36% 2,879 64% Summer 7 Dangan Ronpa
295 295 100% Spring 7 Dansai Bunri no Crime Edge
8,885 1,613 18% 7,272 82% Spring 6 Date A Live
2,531 918 36% 1,613 64% Spring 7 Devil Survivor 2 The Animation
0 Fall 6 Diabolik Lovers
1,107 1,107 100% Summer 6 Fantasista Doll
7,102 726 10% 6,376 90% Summer 5 Fate/Kaleid liner Prisma Illya
29,108 11,560 40% 17,548 60% Summer 6 Free!
2,389 575 24% 1,814 76% Fall 6 Freezing Vibration
956 245 26% 711 74% Fall 6 Galilei Donna
7,342 930 13% 6,412 87% Summer 1 Gatchaman Crowds
947 292 31% 655 69% Summer 7 Gen'ei wo Kakeru Taiyou
1,190 255 21% 935 79% Summer 4 Genshiken Nidaime
0 Summer 8 Gifuu Doudou!! Kanetsugu to Keiji
2,246 883 39% 1,363 61% Summer 6 Gin no Saji
4,056 461 11% 3,595 89% Spring 8 Ginga Kikoutai Majestic Prince
815 249 31% 566 69% Fall 6 Gingitsune
3,460 332 10% 3,128 90% Winter 4 GJ-bu
846 846 100% Fall 8 Golden Time
424 424 100% Spring 1 Haitai Nanafa 2nd Season
4,529 702 16% 3,826 84% Spring 6 Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W
519 263 51% 256 49% Fall 2 Hajime no Ippo Rising
2,202 639 29% 1,563 71% Winter 13 Hakkenden -Touhou Hakken Ibun-
11,802 1,772 15% 10,031 85% Spring 6 Hataraku Maou-sama!
1,025 318 31% 707 69% Spring 6 Hayate no Gotoku! Cuties
4,365 243 6% 4,122 94% Spring 6 Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko.
7,066 7,066 100% Winter 4 Hetalia The Beautiful World
9,424 1,963 21% 7,461 79% Summer 6 High School DxD New
2,049 472 23% 1,577 77% Spring 6 Hyakka Ryouran Samurai Bride
6,483 451 7% 6,032 93% Winter 3 Puchimas! -Petit Idolmaster-
16,904 3,344 20% 13,559 80% Fall 7 Infinite Stratos 2
680 211 31% 469 69% Summer 6 Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyo
6,044 1,414 23% 4,629 77% Spring 6 Kakumeiki Valvrave
4,390 971 22% 3,419 78% Fall 6 Kakumeiki Valvrave 2nd season
563 563 100% Summer 5 Kami-sama no Inai Nichiyoubi
1,978 211 11% 1,767 89% Summer 6 Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai Megami-hen
5,173 2,093 40% 3,080 60% Spring 7 Karneval
9,351 563 6% 8,788 94% Fall 9 Gundam Build Fighters
11,705 1,556 13% 10,148 87% Fall 9 Kill La Kill
3,892 2,086 54% 1,806 46% Summer 6 Kimi no Iru Machi
6,773 559 8% 6,215 92% Summer 6 Kin-iro Mosaic
819 819 100% Summer 4 Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku
1,181 1,181 100% Winter 6 Kotoura-san
18,724 9,595 51% 9,129 49% Fall 9 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season
4,506 1,102 24% 3,404 76% Fall 7 Kyoukai no Kanata
1,310 239 18% 1,071 82% Fall 5 Kyousougiga
9,566 1,391 15% 8,175 85% Fall 7 Little Busters!: Refrain
4,026 764 19% 3,261 81% Fall 8 Log Horizon
3,027 562 19% 2,465 81% Summer 7 Love Lab
29,689 29,689 100% Winter 7 Love Live!
4,349 848 19% 3,502 81% Fall 6 Machine Doll wa Kizutsukanai
2,885 1,691 59% 1,194 41% Fall 11 Magi The Kingdom of Magic
1,150 731 64% 420 36% Summer 6 Makai Ouji devils and realist
339 339 100% Winter 1 Mangirl!
2,912 351 12% 2,562 88% Winter 6 Maoyuu Maou Yuusha
414 239 58% 175 42% Fall 6 Meganebu!
4,079 385 9% 3,694 91% Winter 4 Minami-ke Tadaima
1,951 329 17% 1,622 83% Fall 2 Miss Monochrome
2,131 462 22% 1,669 78% Winter 5 Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai Kara Kuru Sou Desu yo?
799 600 75% 199 25% Spring 9 Mushibugyou
4,245 437 10% 3,808 90% Fall 9 Nagi no Asu kara
3,982 3,982 100% Spring 3 Namiuchigiwa no Muromi-san
8,673 700 8% 7,973 92% Fall 6 Non Non Biyori
16,082 1,984 12% 14,098 88% Spring 8 Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai.
3,751 793 21% 2,957 79% Winter 7 Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru
1,327 201 15% 1,127 85% Fall 5 Ore no Nounai Sentakushi ga, Gakuen Love Come wo Zenryoku de jama Shiteiru
1,769 224 13% 1,545 87% Fall 6 Outbreak Company
1,827 392 21% 1,435 79% Spring 7 Photokano
1,443 457 32% 986 68% Spring 6 RDG Red Data Girl
163 163 100% Summer 1 Recorder to Randoseru Mi
4,273 715 17% 3,558 83% Summer 6 RouKyuuBu! SS
2,114 309 15% 1,805 85% Summer 7 Rozen Maiden (2013)
628 269 43% 359 57% Spring 2 Saint Seiya Omega New Cloth-hen
687 437 64% 250 36% Fall 11 Samurai Flamenco
1,860 277 15% 1,583 85% Winter 6 Sasami-san@Ganbaranai
1,176 264 22% 912 78% Fall 6 Sekai de Ichiban Tsuyoku Naritai!
8,701 794 9% 7,907 91% Summer 6 Senki Zesshou Symphogear G
2,711 539 20% 2,171 80% Winter 6 Senran Kagura
1,585 841 53% 744 47% Winter 2 Senyuu.
1,225 583 48% 642 52% Summer 2 Senyuu. Season 2
4,250 1,377 32% 2,873 68% Summer 7 Servant x Service
52,067 16,008 31% 36,059 69% Spring 9 Shingeki no Kyojin
0 Spring 1 Sparrow's Hotel
226 226 100% Summer 7 Stella Jogakuin Koutouka C3-bu
6,225 1,033 17% 5,192 83% Fall 8 Strike The Blood
9,101 9,101 100% Spring 3 Suisei no Gargantia
3,821 479 13% 3,342 87% Winter 6 Tamako Market
4,394 488 11% 3,906 89% Summer 6 Tamayura: more aggressive
411 411 100% Summer 3 Futari wa Milky Holmes
3,526 3,526 100% Summer 1 Teekyuu season 2
2,851 2,851 100% Fall 1 Teekyuu season 3
16,923 2,348 14% 14,575 86% Spring 8 To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S
2,247 454 20% 1,793 80% Fall 8 Tokyo Ravens
2,322 503 22% 1,819 78% Summer 7 Uchouten Kazoku
33,776 14,414 43% 19,362 57% Spring 7 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love 2000%
6,697 814 12% 5,883 88% Winter 6 Vividred Operation
2,029 296 15% 1,733 85% Fall 6 Walkure Romanze
1,325 240 18% 1,085 82% Summer 6 Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui
3,363 3,363 100% Fall 6 White Album 2
10,159 1,585 16% 8,574 84% Spring 7 Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru.
4,514 4,514 100% Winter 1 Yama no Susume
4,286 905 21% 3,381 79% Spring 3 Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san. Z
6,376 3,037 48% 3,339 52% Fall 13 Yowamushi Pedal
2,344 551 23% 1,793 77% Fall 6 Yozakura Quartet -Hana no Uta-
2,040 348 17% 1,692 83% Fall 6 Yuusha ni Narenakatta Ore wa Shibushibu Shuushoku wo Ketsui Shimashita.
3,334 3,334 100% Spring 6 Yuyushiki
168 168 100% Spring 7 Zettai Bouei Leviathan
3,096 1,155 37% 1,941 63% Winter 6 The Unlimited -Hyoubu Kyousuke-

24 Responses to “2013 Total Average Sales, TV/ONA”

  1. Mecasonic13 says:

    Is it normal that Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai Kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? has DVD sales mentioned here but neither the 2013 Per-Volume Sales Listing or the Winter 2013 Vol. 1 Ranking seem to include those DVD sales (and http://dvdbd.wiki.fc2.com/問題児たちが異世界から来るそうですよ? says that none of the DVD ranked)?

    • something something says:

      DVDs never formally ranked in the top 100. However, Vol. 3 DVD can be very closely estimated at 440 based on two ranked titles around it:
      — (117) *,483
      — (124) Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai Kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? v3
      — (125) *,435

      So we know it was between 435 and 483, and it was one spot above 435 so it should be very close to that. When we have a very narrow range like this, I will accept the estimates as worth including, because we can only be off by a couple dozen at worst and it’ll be much closer to the truth than 0. DVDBD wiki doesn’t use estimates like that. Which is fine, but I think it’s better to do, especially if it’s our only shot at knowing how the show sold on DVD.

      The v1 list doesn’t mention DVDs because we only have anything close enough to estimate in v3. And they are counted in the per-vol list actually – notice that v3 is higher compared to the volumes around it. That’s because of the DVD estimate.

      • Progeusz says:

        Wouldn’t it be preferable to use the lowest possible estimate?
        In that case that would be 436. Especially in this case, when they’re just one spot away, the single disc difference is just as likely. If you do that, it will be simply impossible to doubt your data.

        • something something says:

          I tend to prefer round numbers when estimating. 48 disc difference between the two points means on average of 6 discs between each spot. That’d be 441, rounded to 440. Only having 1 disc difference between spots in the top 300 would be the exception rather than the norm. I want to feel confident of being within 100 discs when accepting an estimate, and here we’re talking about only 4 discs, so, it’s way within my tolerances either way.

          This is a case where “lowest possible” and my guess are virtually identical. There are other cases where it’s more like

          120 *,450
          140 [some release]
          160 *,300

          And in a case like that I’d definitely rather go with 375 than 301, even though it could be anything from 301 to 449.

          All that said we never really get >100 lists anymore and the Animation-only Top 30 often covers down to #150 or almost #200 even in the All-genre list anyway, so I can’t actually remember the last time I used an estimate for anything. It’s not like in the past where thresholds were often in excess of 600 and a significant chunk of sales could be lost to the DVD thresholds.

  2. shuffleair says:

    For some reason. I can’t find the average for Fate/kaleid on here. Did I miss it?

    • something something says:

      Oops, fixed. Sometimes when I copy the transformed data out of my spreadsheet, I don’t start copying from the right line and lose the stuff above it and it’s hard to notice at the time. Should all be there now.

  3. TheHumGuy says:

    Where’s Shin sekai yori? :(

  4. lol_lol says:

    Before i was like”hmm… it’s been years and hajime no ippo didn’t get 4th season”
    but now after i saw the Horrible sales now i know why his didn’t get 4th season )”:

    • Nope. Look at the FAQ linked on top of every page: http://www.someanithing.com/sales-faqguide (specifically section 2.5)

      ” 2.5 How are sequels determined?
      There are many factors that go into deciding if a show will get a sequel. These relate to the original intention of the show. For example, if Kadokawa makes a series to promote a light novel title, and they feel there’s still room for growth of the novels, a sequel can be greenlit. If the editorial board of the label feel the title has reached its peak and no additional seasons would raise enough additional sales of the novels, there’s no reason to greenlight another season in favor of another title that would see growth of its sales. Aniplex and King Records are in charge of promoting their disc sales first and foremost, so titles led by them depend more on those than associated print material.

      However, anime itself is not always merely a promotion. As noted in the spreadsheet, there are several series with a TV station at its helm. If they make an original show (or mostly original), then there may be additional seasons if ratings are high enough to justify the costs (eg. Log Horizon and Phi Brain being funded by NHK or Gatchaman Crowds from NTV). Thus the answer to “Is (blank) able to get a second season?” is nearly always “look at the committee and see if the first couple of companies got their investment back and see stabilization or growth possible with a second season.””

      Hajime no Ippo’s 3rd season was financed by NTV and VAP, meaning they wanted to see ratings more than disc sales. So your thought of “it sold poorly, thus no 4th season” is incorrect. It’s something that they can continue to go back to when more content is available and they likely will.

      • edger!! says:

        What’s you mean with ratings?

      • edger!! says:

        i mean the ratings
        that japan’s animation tv ranking ratings weekly
        you mean this?

        • something something says:

          Yes he’s referring to TV ratings, i.e. how many people are watching it and thus the ads (and maybe the programs before or after if the station is lucky).

          Ratings are irrelevant for most late night anime with their ~1AM airing times but for some other shows airing in mornings/prime time they do matter.

  5. lol_lol says:

    madhouse is 95% owned by NTV
    and there’s a lot anime didn’t get another season
    does the blame fall on NTV?

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