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2014 11/03 – 11/09 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 5 4,912 4,912 1 Crayon Shin-chan Gachinko! Gyakushuu no Robo To-chan
2 8 2 3,805 30,450 2 Youkai Watch DVD Box v1
3 21 1,632 1,632 1 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls -Animation First Set-
4 22 1,574 1,574 1 Naruto Shippuuden Kakashi ANBU-hen v2
6 38 1,127 1,127 1 ONE PIECE 17th Season Dressrosa-hen v5
7 56 721 721 1 Pripara v2
8 62 7 655 5,539 2 Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama OVA vs Genius10 v1
9 66 552 552 1 Perman BD Box v1
10 73 525 525 1 Perman BD Box v2
13 88 462 462 1 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance v2
14 92 65 433 16,172 17 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
16 96 425 425 1 Black Bullet v5
18 77 398 127,252 21 Kaze Tachinu
21 10 364 3,208 2 Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun v2
22 356 356 1 Happinesscharge Precure! v5
23 355 1,480 2 Tokyo Ghoul v2
24 338 338 1 Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou v5
25 314 314 1 Shounen Hollywood -Holly Stage for 49- v2
28 290 290 1 Rokujouma no Shinryakusha!? v2
29 19 277 1,891 2 Kamigami no Asobi v5
30 276 276 1 Seikoku no Dragonar v5

Other releases (concerts etc)
29 1,402 1,402 1 Noragami Special Event ~Anata ni Goen ga Aran Koto wo~

2014 11/03 – 11/09 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 1 16,945 16,945 1 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls -Animation First Set-
2 4 8,100 8,100 1 Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha A's BD Box
4 9 4,205 43,202 2 Love Live! 2nd Season v5
5 11 2,466 2,466 1 Aikatsu! 1st Season BD Box v1
6 15 1,969 1,969 1 Slam Dunk BD Box v3
7 16 1,898 1,898 1 Crayon Shin-chan Gachinko! Gyakushuu no Robo To-chan
8 18 1,718 1,718 1 Black Bullet v5
9 20 1,598 1,598 1 Rokujouma no Shinryakusha!? v2
10 23 1,409 1,409 1 Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou v5
11 29 1,276 1,276 1 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance v2
13 39 9 803 4,615 2 Date A Live II v5
14 41 781 781 1 Seikoku no Dragonar v5
15 44 728 728 1 Shounen Hollywood -Holly Stage for 49- v2
16 45 8 720 5,025 2 Fate/Kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei! v2
17 47 701 701 1 Higurashi no Naku Koro ni BD Box
18 50 13 649 32,355 3 Monogatari Series Second Season v12 (Suruga Devil Pt. 2)
20 56 3 593 6,216 2 No Game No Life v5
57 588 588 1 Happinesscharge Precure! v1
60 5 569 7,307 2 Gekkan Shoujo Nozakikun v2
62 17 551 17,374 3 Sword Art Online II v1
71 443 443 1 Wizard Barristers v5
75 429 429 1 Glasslip v2
85 43 392 68,389 5 THE IDOLM@STER Movie Kagayaki no Mukougawa e! LE (w/Shiny Festa)
86 16 387 2,389 2 Tokyo Ghoul v2
88 15 367 2,374 2 Hagane no Renkinjutsushi BD Box
98 14 334 2,518 2 Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama OVA vs Genius10 v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
13 2,086 2,086 1 Sphere Live 2014 Start Dash Meeting Ready Steady 5-Shuunen! in Nippon Budoukan ~Futsukame~
14 1,974 1,974 1 Sphere Live 2014 Start Dash Meeting Ready Steady 5-Shuunen! in Nippon Budoukan ~Ichinichime~
213 41,325 16 Love Live! μ's→NEXT LoveLive! 2014 ~Endless Parade~

That Imas underestimation.
Yeah I suck and missed the ranking summary post again last week. Uhhh, I’ll do it after this week’s full list is out. (It’s not like, super ultra urgent the lists are always updated weekly really, just as long as I don’t get too far behind.)

Summer update:
Rokujouma v2 sells 1598/290, total 1,888. Down 18.9% on v1wk1.

Blade Dance v2 sells 1276/462, total 1,738. Down 18.9%.

Shounen Hollywood v2 sells 728/314, total 1,042. Down 5.1%.

Glasslip v2 sells 429 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

SAO II v1 adds 551 BDs, total 21,212. It’s amusing how close this and Free are, so which one is top of Summer will probably just come down to which can be more consistent.

Nozaki-kun v2 adds 569/364, total 10,515. Remaining volumes need to average about 8.8k to secure 10k.

Prisma Illya s2 v2 adds 720 BDs, total 5,518.

Tokyo Ghoul v2 adds 387/355, total 3,869.

Spring update:
Black Bullet v5 sells 1718/425, total 2,143.

Kawaisou v5 sells 1409/338, total 1,747.

Dragonar v5 sells 781/276, total 1,057.

Love Live! s2 v5 adds 4205, total 43,202.

Nogenora v5 adds 593 BDs, total 7,445.

Date A Live II v5, final volume, adds 803 BDs, total 5,521. Series average: 5,811.

Kamiasobi v5 adds 277 DVDs, total 3,117. One vol to go, should hold onto a 4k average just barely.

Unranked in either format:
M3 ~Sono Kuroki Hagane~ – Based on the extended rankings, likely sold well below 200. But since we can’t know for sure, Meganebu still holds the crown.

Past seasons:
Wizard Barristers v5 sells 443 BDs, DVDs do not rank. with one volume to go, and presumably no DVDs ranking, should average about 480 at best.

Monogatari v12, final volume, adds 649 BDs, total 36,343. Series average: 41,313.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Idolmaster Cinderella Girls promo disc sells 16945/1632, total 18,577. Wow, 44.6% underestimated on BD, 22.6% on DVD. Previous Idolmaster releases were either overestimated (tv series) or basically spot on (movie), so this is a big shift. I don’t think it’ll carry over to the TV series to this degree, but still, woah.

Nanoha A’s BD Box sells 8,100. This one won’t beat the original release, but only because the original sold more than twice what the first season did. Still pretty damn amazing, the Nanoha franchise cannot die.

Slam Dunk BD Box v3 sells 1,969.

Higurashi BD Box sells 701.

Idolmaster Movie ads 392 LE BDs, total 77,190 in wk5.

Shin Tenipri OVA v1 adds 334/655, total 8,057.

Hagaren BD Box adds 367, total 2,374.

Upcoming Releases for 2014 11/10 – 11/16 Anime DVD List
2014/11/12 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal v1 DVD
2014/11/12 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal v2 BD
2014/11/12 Mouretsu Pirates Abyss of Hyperspace
2014/11/12 Persona 4 The Golden v3

CAN YOU HANDLE THIS DELUGE OF RELEASES?

20 Responses to “2014 11/03 – 11/09 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Anon says:

    Here’s hoping some of those 3 titles is highly over/understimated to make next week interesting.

  2. rederoin says:

    >CAN YOU HANDLE THIS DELUGE OF RELEASES?

    I can’t somebody hold me.

    But hey, atleast we are getting more pirates.

  3. Ejc says:

    Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal Vol.2 BD is also being released on Nov 12th, but yeah what a dead week to come.

  4. catonwall says:

    Isn’t the Sailor Moon Crystal BD 1 (normal edition) will also be released in Nov 12th?

    • something something says:

      It is, but I don’t list REs in that section because REs never rank. SMC could be a rare exception, but only if thresholds are REALLY low. Like really, really low.

  5. Ejc says:

    Hm, too bad there weren’t any Idol BDs ranking this week… looking to be a medium high BD100 threshold on Thursday though. M3 is another **,*** victim, as expected.

    103 *,320 (ゲーム・オブ・スローンズ 第一章:七王国戦記 コンプリート・セット)
    115 *,274 (ゲーム・オブ・スローンズ 第二章:王国の激突 コンプリート・セット)
    132 Majimoji Rurumo Vol.2
    135 *,213 (レボリューション〈ファイナル・シーズン〉 コンプリート・ボックス)
    188 M3 ~Sono Kuroki Hanage~ BD-BOX Vol.1
    189 Basquash! BD-BOX Vol.2
    300 (Cut-Off)

    And then M3 had no chance ranking in Top 300 for DVDs.

    162 *** ***,276 ***,276 *1 Seikoku no Dragonar Vol.5
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    170 Tenkai Knight DVD-BOX Vol.2
    211 *,212 (横浜流星 1st DVD R)
    300 (Cut-Off)
    *** Glass Lip Vol.2
    *** M3 ~Sono Kuroki Hanage~ DVD-BOX Vol.1
    *** Majimoji Rurumo Vol.2
    *** Minarai Diva Vol.2
    *** Wizard Barristers Vol.5

    • rederoin says:

      >188 M3 ~Sono Kuroki Hanage~ BD-BOX Vol.1
      189 Basquash! BD-BOX Vol.2

      2 sateligth mecha anime, ranked rigth after each other. Poor sateligth.

      • mk03 says:

        Too bad Log Horizon went to Deen. Poor M3. I hear that it flopped because it was pretty bad. Is it true?

        • something something says:

          Log Horizon going to DEEN means nothing, all the core staff is the same as the first season.

        • Zhou says:

          I thought M3’s writing was mostly good, but its drab color pallette, dull character designs and so-so animation/CG quality made it one of the most visually unengaging shows in recent memory. It’s like Junichi Sato and his staff were consciously trying to make it their least commercial show ever.

          • hpulley says:

            I enjoyed M3’s story quite a bit. The story was dark so I think the palette and designs were likely done on purpose but you’re right, they didn’t grab people and with anime, you have to grab people’s attention right away to get them to buy, the attention span is usually just a few episodes and once they’re gone, they will likely never return.

            Too bad as the story in the end was actually quite good in my opinion. Not sure if it even needed to be a mecha show though when I think about doing it without the mecha it does make it seem like it was easier to use them than not use them. But it probably could have been a suspense thriller/horror instead, not sure that would have sold any better.

            Don’t understand the DEEN hate at all. Some of my favorite recent shows were done by them. I suspect that Log Horizon’s quality is hurt more by the NHK budget than by any of their staff changes.

    • something something says:

      Sadness. But clearly it’s below 200. Possibly well below.

  6. riprip says:

    RIP in pieces, Nozaki’s chances at 10k+ average.

    • something something says:

      Not necessarily! But it’s a rougher road than before, for sure. Volumes 3-6 need to average 8.8k to secure a 10k average. That’s not a sure thing, but actually quite doable. Especially if any of the later volumes come with some extra to boost sales. Even if not, it’s still doable considering v2 will be hitting 10k. I’m not aware of any reasons why v3-6 would sell much worse than v2. v3 looks to have the same lineup of extras v2 does.

  7. something something says:

    Updated for the full ranking. Very little new stuff.

  8. AnimePhoenix says:

    Not much this week. Nozaki-kun doing well and KamiAso passes 3k, yay! I also hope there will be a Slam Dunk remake one day…

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