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2014 12/01 – 12/07 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 5 8,208 8,208 1 Kaguya-hime no Monogatari
3 20 25 2,198 38,292 6 Youkai Watch DVD Box v1
4 29 1,582 1,582 1 Naruto Shippuuden Kakashi ANBU-hen v-3
5 32 1,547 1,547 1 Kono Danshi, Sekka ni Nayandemasu.
6 38 7 1,355 5,904 2 Meitantei Conan Ijigen no Sniper RE
7 39 4 1,259 8,371 2 Meitantei Conan Ijigen no Sniper LE
8 43 1,102 1,102 1 ONE PIECE 17th Season Dressrosa-hen v6
10 56 54 880 10,188 5 Crayon Shin-chan Gachinko! Gyakushuu no Robo Tou-chan
11 61 826 18,438 21 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
12 68 80 719 8,392 21 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (2014 re-release)
13 77 672 672 1 Pripara v3
15 100 22 541 2,659 2 ONE PIECE '3D2Y' Ace no Shi wo Koete!
17 33 510 10,793 3 Free! -Eternal Summer- v3
19 480 8,227 21 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)
20 478 128,784 25 Kaze Tachinu
21 473 1,316 2 Soreike! Anpanman Ringo Bouya to Minna no Negai
22 455 455 1 Inazuma Eleven GO DVD Box v3
23 438 438 1 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance v3
24 430 2,657 2 Mekakucity Actors v9
25 428 428 1 Uchuu Majin Daikengo DVD Box
27 421 2,505 2 Mekakucity Actors v10
29 413 413 1 Black Bullet v6

Other releases (concerts etc)

2014 12/01 – 12/07 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
2 5 8,877 8,877 1 Kaguya-hime no Monogatari
6 25 5 1,732 43,501 3 Love Live! 2nd Season v6
7 26 1,728 1,728 1 Clannad BD Box (2014 re-release)
8 27 1,637 1,637 1 Black Bullet v6
10 34 1,382 1,382 1 Bokura wa Minna Kawai-sou v6
11 38 1 1,269 15,667 2 Sword Art Online II v2
12 39 4 1,265 12,751 2 Infinite Stratos 2 OVA World Purge-hen
13 41 1,207 1,207 1 Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance v3
15 52 9 868 9,069 2 Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? v6
16 56 14 815 6,739 2 Meitantei Conan Ijigen no Sniper LE
17 57 783 783 1 Seikoku no Dragonar v6
18 58 773 773 1 Aikatsu! 2nd Season v7
19 60 723 723 1 Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai BD Box
20 65 10 655 8,673 2 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Stardust Crusaders v5
66 11 648 8,553 2 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei v5
70 17 613 4,903 2 Fate/Kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei! v3
76 12 561 6,688 2 Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun v3
82 15 521 6,325 2 No Game No Life v6
83 59 518 8,393 3 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199 Tsuioku no Koukai
90 480 480 1 To Heart2 OVA BD Box
94 20 457 4,018 2 Lupin the IIIrd Jigen Daisuke no Bohyou
95 455 455 1 Wizard Barristers v6

Other releases (concerts etc)
74 7 572 9,887 2 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls 1st Live Wonderful Magic!! LE

Only 18k for a Ghibli movie seems incredibly low, but I guess nobody cares about non-Miyazaki Ghibli? Also kinda nuts how off Amazon’s ranking is vs real sales, the BD estimate was half what Stalker estimated. DVD was quite close though. Pretty stark split between formats in terms of who is shopping at Amazon!

You can see the holidays starting to have their effect. A lot of this week was taken up by non-anime (Disney and such) and he threshold is over 600 despite very few new releases. Just gonna get worse later in the month!

Summer update:
Blade Dance v3 sells 1207/438, total 1,645.

Free! s2 v3 adds 510 DVDs, total 24,101.

SAO II v2 adds 1269 BDs, total 18,514.

Nozaki-kun v3 adds 561 BDs, total 9,145.

Prisma Illya s2 v3 adds 613 BDs, total 4,903.

Spring update:
Black Bullet v6 sells 1637/413, total 2,050. One vol left, should end up just below 2.5k avg.

Kawai-sou v6 sells 1,382 BDs, DVDs do not rank. First time DVDs missed. One vol left, will be a bit under 2k avg without a big boost.

Dragonar v6, final volume, sells 783 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 1,104, DVDs ranked 3 times.

Love Live! s2 v6 adds 1732, total 43,501 in wk3.

Mahouka v5 adds 648 BDs, total 10,682.

Jojo s2 v5 adds 665 BDs, total 10,336.

Gochiusa v6, final volume, adds 868 BDs, total 10,205. Puts it ahead of v5. Series average: 10,560.

Nogenora v6, final volume, adds 621 BDs, total 7,605. Series average: 8,198.

Mekakushi v9 adds 430 DVDs, total 5,510.
v10 adds 421 DVDs, total 5,178.

Past seasons:
Wizard Barristers v6, final volume, sells 455 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 481.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Clannad BD Box re-release sells 1,728. Brings it to #15 on the BD box by gross list when added to the first box’s 4,960 * ¥59600.

Higurashi Kai BD Box sells 723.

Infinite Stratos 2 OVA adds 1265 BDs, total 15,685.

Upcoming Releases for 2014 12/08 – 12/14 Anime DVD List
2014/12/10 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal v2 DVD
2014/12/10 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal v3 BD
2014/12/10 Majimoji Rurumo v3
2014/12/10 Persona 4 The Golden v4
2014/12/10 Shounen Hollywood -Holly Stage For 49- v3
2014/12/10 Uchuusen Sagittarius BD Box
2014/12/12 Pretty Rhythm Aurora Dream BD Box v1
2014/12/12 Strike Witches Operation Victory Arrow v1

21 Responses to “2014 12/01 – 12/07 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Ejc says:

    Rank 93 sold 458 BDs, rank 123 sold 381 BDs. Incoming medium-high BD100 threshold again. And it’ll only get worse as we get closer to pre-Christmas and Christmas week.

    I think you forgot about “Rakuen Tsuihou Expelled from Paradise” in your upcoming releases list.

    • Anon says:

      The last volume of Kawaisou comes with an unaired episode and Stalker estimates it at 2.7K, should give it a noticeable boost.

    • something something says:

      I definitely didn’t forget anything.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’m aware of your… strong opinions on the method of animation used for Expelled From Paradise, and I don’t expect any analysis of its numbers of any sort, but you’re not going to hold back its numbers from the main chart solely out of spite… are you?

        • something something says:

          “Solely out of”… it being out of scope for this site just like Frozen or Stand By Me Doraemon or anything else that’s quite simply not anime and therefore irrelevant to what I’ve created and maintained this site to do. If you didn’t see the comment thread in the box office post, the gist is: never expect to see anything full-CGI here ever again (short of something I never watched/read about and thus didn’t know was 3DCGI, upon learning of which, removal will follow immediately), what little I have (against my will) included in the past has been removed, and that’s the end of that. No exceptions will be made and no objections will be considered, nor am I interested in hearing about why this upsets or bothers anyone or how they’re totally going to go to [site x] instead as if that somehow “hurts” me – I genuinely don’t care, and such messages will be marked as spam and deleted on the spot. I am also not interested in debates over what counts as full-3DCGI or not. As the owner of the site who pays the hosting bills with no ads and does the work, I only care about one opinion – mine.

          I recognize that’s a really blunt reply, which isn’t meant to be aimed at you directly, but it’s only so that there’s absolutely zero ambiguity for anyone who isn’t clear about the intended scope of the site – because I’ve completely run out of tolerance and patience for this topic.

          • Anonymous says:

            You may want to consider adding an entry to the miscellaneous part of the FAQ, as I would guess more questions about “stuff missing” will come forward every time some 3DCGI thing is selling and that might help to negate some of them.

            • something something says:

              I’d considered it, but people who only use the site infrequently enough not to know aren’t people who are going to read the FAQ, honestly. And I’d rather not even give the stuff the acknowledgment of a big formal post – which, again, most people would not read either, especially if it’s for something airing like 6 months from now.

          • Anonymous says:

            Are you going to delete comments discussing the sales figures of those shows too, as long as they’re not addressing you directly?

            • something something says:

              Only if it gets excessive. Off-topic discussion is allowed to an extent, but should always be within reason. There are other sites where such things can be discussed anyway. This isn’t the only site on the internet and certainly not a relevant one.

  2. PP says:

    Don’t Ghibli movies sell more DVDs than BDs anyway?
    Interested in Expelled from Paradise’s sales next week, apparently it sold out on day 1.

    • something something says:

      Ghibli does still sell more on DVD than BD, yes. It’s not as pronounced in the first week, but a huge percentage of the long tail goes to DVD rather than BD. Just look at how the Totoro DVD still ranks more often than the much more recent Totoro BD! Here’s the last three Ghibli movies with simultaneous BD/DVD release vs Kaguya-hime:

      Karigurashi no Arietty (June 2011)
      Wk1: 127,365 DVD vs 36,667 BD (22% BD)
      LTD: 273,097 DVD vs 57,301 BD (17% BD)

      DVDs increased 114% since wk1, while BDs increased 56%.

      Kokurikozaka Kara (June 2012)
      Wk1: 50,608 DVD vs 26,481 BD (34% BD)
      LTD: 97,233 BD vs 36,769 BD (27% BD)

      DVDs increased 92% since wk1, while BDs increased 50%.

      Kaze Tachinu (June 2014)
      Wk1: 63,111 DVD vs 46,335 BD (42% BD)
      LTD: 128,784 DVD vs 71,515 BD (35% BD)

      DVDs increased 104% since wk1, while BDs increased 54%.

      Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (December 2014)
      Wk1: 8,208 DVD vs 8,877 BD (52% BD)

      Kaguya-hime actually sold more on BD wk1 than DVD, ever so slightly. Perhaps because it seems to have less mainstream appeal, with a larger percentage of buyers being film fans who want the best quality? And as you can see from above there’s just an obvious trend in BD taking a larger chunk from film to film. This makes sense, because BD has increased in prevalence over those three and a haf years.

      But I would expect DVD will eventually overtake BD by a decent margin even here. If it follows the “DVDs double, BDs increase by half” pattern then we’d see something like 16K DVD vs 13k BDs. It’s possible it’ll be closer if this has a shorter tail than other Ghibli films, which looks likely given how drastically lower a starting point it’s got. An 8k DVD is not going to add 200-600 discs a week every week for ages like most Ghibli.

      By the way, my comment about Amazon was just that the BD at Amazon ranked roughly twice as well as the DVD, despite the actual sales being an even split. This indicates that people who buy Ghibli at Amazon aren’t representative of Ghibli buyers at large – they’re biased heavily towards the kind of person who prefers BDs more than the general population.

  3. mk03 says:

    >Black Bullet
    Yikes!

  4. something something says:

    Updated for the full list. Not much added.

  5. bunny1ov3r says:

    Not a lot of strong sellers this week (or is it just me?).

    Good to see Clannad still remain in the heart of us fans.

    • something something says:

      Very few new releases this week, and the ones that were released weren’t big sellers, so it’s not just you. Next week will be even smaller. The end of the month will be huge though.

  6. Guest says:

    This is interesting, not much to do with the current season but I was browsing through japanese anime sales sites and you list Junjou Romantica 2 as 6,959 average while this: http://www24.atwiki.jp/anime-urisure/pages/504.html lists a 7002 average?

    • something something says:

      Maybe just rounding or a transposed number or something? I’ve got the same number as the JP DVDBD Wiki, which is where I got anything pre-2009 from.

      • Ejc says:

        ○純情ロマンチカ2 【全6巻】
        巻数  初動  2週計  発売日
        01巻 *6,250 *7,485 09.01.30
        02巻 *5,884 *7,411 09.02.27
        03巻 *5,616 *7,102 09.03.27
        04巻 *5,028 *6,661 09.04.24
        05巻 *5,463 *6,600 09.05.29 ※月間 6,848~6,861枚(売り上げ金額ベースより算出)
        06巻 *4,668 *6,494 09.06.26
        BOX *1,142 **,*** 12.02.24

        They got the average using 6861 for Vol.5 instead of 6600 which the DVDBD wiki used.

        • something something says:

          Ah I usually include the noted additions, maybe they added this one in after I originally got the data (which was maybe a few years ago now). In any case I take the low end of the range, so that brings the average to exactly 7000.

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