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Note: No extended ranking data available this week!

2016 04/25 – 05/01 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 24,288 24,288 1 Osomatsu-san v4
2 15 2,925 2,925 1 Gintama° v10
3 17 2,708 2,708 1 Owarimonogatari v5 (Shinobu Mail Pt. 2)
4 18 2,431 2,431 1 Meiji Tokyo Renka: Yumihari no Serenade
5 32 1,356 1,356 1 Prince of Stride Alternative v2
6 36 1,179 1,179 1 Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. Zoku v7
7 41 66 912 35,434 6 Osomatsu-san v3
8 45 5 880 6,082 2 Haikyuu!! Second Season v4
9 46 868 868 1 Isobe Isobee Monogatari
10 47 862 862 1 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! v2
11 50 804 804 1 Norn9: Norn+Nonet v2
12 51 803 803 1 Gate: Jieitai Kano Chi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri 2nd Season v2 (v8)
13 52 802 802 1 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu 2nd Season v2
14 55 744 744 1 Shinmai Maou no Testament BURST v5
16 58 709 709 1 Durarara!! x2 Ketsu v3
17 60 679 679 1 Soukyuu no Fafner Exodus season 2 v5 (v11)
18 61 673 673 1 Akagami no Shirayuki-hime 2nd Season v2 (v8)
20 68 24 622 2,109 2 Diabolik Lovers More,Blood v2
22 75 541 541 1 Ushio to Tora v8
23 81 30 509 1,846 2 Starmyu v5
24 82 505 505 1 Noragami Aragoto v4
25 83 497 46,834 10 Osomatsu-san v2
26 87 484 64,759 14 Osomatsu-san v1
27 88 483 483 1 Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry v5
28 90 457 457 1 Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut v2
29 93 79 449 28,757 10 Bakemono no Ko
30 95 19 444 2,245 2 One Punch Man v5
98 439 439 1 Gakusen Toshi Asterisk v5

Other releases (concerts etc)
11 3,796 3,796 1 Musical Kuroshitsuji -Uchi ni Moeru Licorice 2015-
20 3 2,147 11,199 2 Kurobas Cup 2015
22 1,795 1,795 1 Eguchi Takuya no Oretachi Datte Iyasaretai! v2
35 1,235 1,235 1 Ono Daisuke/Kondou Takayuki no Yume Bouken: Dragon & Tiger Fandisc v4
40 960 960 1 Iwai 20-shuunen Morikawa Toshiyuki to Hiyama Nobuyuki no Omaera no Tame daro! Awabi
69 621 621 1 Horie Yui wo Meguru Bouken V: Nerawareta Gakuensai
74 545 545 1 Yusa Kouji no Akarui Fazoku Keikaku Sono 2 v1
173 4,337 4 Mizuki Nana Nana Clips v7

2016 04/25 – 05/01 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 21,606 21,606 1 Owarimonogatari v5 (Shinobu Mail Pt. 2)
2 3 21,331 21,331 1 Osomatsu-san v4
3 6 8,447 8,447 1 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! v2
4 8 7,884 7,884 1 Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. Zoku v7
5 10 4,904 4,904 1 Soukyuu no Fafner Exodus season 2 v5 (v11)
6 12 3,865 3,865 1 Gate: Jieitai Kano Chi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri 2nd Season v2 (v8)
7 18 2,872 2,872 1 Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?? v5
8 19 2,859 2,859 1 Gintama° v10
9 20 2,660 2,660 1 Guilty Crown BD Box
10 22 2,491 2,491 1 Shinmai Maou no Testament BURST v5
11 24 2 2,239 18,799 2 Code Geass Boukoku no Akito v5 LE
12 27 2,158 2,158 1 Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry v5
13 1,626 1,626 1 Ushio to Tora v8
14 1,560 1,560 1 Valkyrie Drive -Mermaid- v5
15 1,538 1,538 1 Gakusen Toshi Asterisk v5
16 1,420 1,420 1 Oshiete! Galko-chan v1
17 1,360 1,360 1 Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut v2
18 1,313 1,313 1 Pripara Season 1 BD Box
19 1,219 1,219 1 Durarara!! x2 Ketsu v3
20 1,180 1,180 1 Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu v3
45 1,154 1,154 1 Prince of Stride Alternative v2
46 1,140 1,140 1 Tatakae! Iczer 1 BD Box
47 1,128 1,128 1 Schwarzesmarken v2
48 1,114 1,114 1 Ooya-san wa Shishunki! LE
49 1,090 1,090 1 Heavy Object v5
50 7 1,079 6,697 2 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans v5
53 67 1,011 23,651 6 Owarimonogatari v4 (Shinobu Mail Pt 1)
54 985 985 1 Akagami no Shirayuki-hime 2nd Season v2 (v8)
57 6 940 7,269 2 Haikyuu!! Second Season v4
60 901 901 1 Hidan no Aria AA v5
61 892 892 1 Norn9: Norn+Nonet v2
62 107 853 29,387 6 Osomatsu-san v3
63 8 780 5,463 2 One Punch Man v5
66 731 731 1 Haja Taisei Dangaiou
67 22 695 2,739 2 Starmyu v5
68 683 683 1 Noragami Aragoto v4
69 652 652 1 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu 2nd Season v2
73 118 590 24,529 10 Owarimonogatari v3 (Sodachi Lost)
78 526 526 1 Ooya-san wa Shishunki! RE
80 159 517 25,094 12 Owarimonogatari v2 (Sodachi Riddle)
87 477 477 1 Tai-Madou Gakuen 35 Shiken Shoutai v5
89 475 475 1 Sakurako-san no Ashimoto ni wa Shitai ga Umatteiru v5
91 472 472 1 HaruChika: Haruta to Chika wa Seishun Suru v2
92 185 462 25,549 14 Owarimonogatari v1 (Ougi Formula)
93 56 461 26,535 5 Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda. LE
98 192 410 36,248 10 Osomatsu-san v2

Other releases (concerts etc)
11 4,688 4,688 1 2nd Solo Live: Blooming! ~Sakihokore Minna~
15 3,229 3,229 1 Horie Yui wo Meguru Bouken V: Nerawareta Gakuensai
16 2,975 2,975 1 Musical Kuroshitsuji -Uchi ni Moeru Licorice 2015-
32 5 1,727 9,459 2 Kurobas Cup 2015
366 16,354 4 Mizuki Nana Nana Clips v7

 

Winter update:
Ooya-san sells 1114/526 LE/RE BDs, total 1,640. DVDs do not rank. One-shot release. LE 12.9% underestimated, RE 44.7% overestimated. Not sure how DVDs did since the extended rankings aren’t working this week.

Galko-chan v1 sells 1,420. 6.8% overestimated. BD-only release, though not a one-shot. One more disc left. Good for a short.

Konosuba v2 sells 8447/862, total 9,309. Basically no drop on v1wk1 but it won’t have the huge 2.4k wk2 of v1. Still, it’ll easily pass 10k. With a 13k v1 and 10k+ v2 and only 5 vols total, we’ll very likely get a second Winter 10k after all. Good job making winter look a little less of a disaster, Megumin.

Gate s2 v2 sells 3865/803, total 4,668. Slight increase on v1wk1.

Prince of Stride v2 sells 1154/1356, total 2,510. 37% event ticket drop vs v1wk1.

Drrr Ketsu v3 sells 1219/709, total 1,928.

Bahamut v2 sells 1360/457, total 1,817.

Norn9 v2 sells 892/804, total 1,696.

Shirayukihime s2 v2 sells 985/673, total 1,658[/x. Will drop a lot on v1, which was the highest disc in the series due to an event ticket.

{CONTENT}AnsaKyou s2 v2 sells 652/802, total 1,454.

Rakugo v3 sells 1,180 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Schwarzesmarken v2 sells 1,128. BD-only release.

Haruchika v2 sells 472 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Unranked v1s in either format:
Sekkou Boys
Tantei Team KZ Jiken Note

Fall update:
Osomatsu-san v4 sells 21331/24288, total 45,619.
v1 adds 484 DVDs, total 111,989.
v2 adds 410/479, total 83,018.
v3 adds 853/912, total 64,792.

Owarimonogatari v5, final volume, sells 21606/2708, total 24,314. 79,201 Bake > 60,709 Nise > 57,321 Neko (Kuro) > 42,204 Second (+Hana) > 35,587 (Tsuki) > 27,042 (Owari). Monogatari steadily drops, but still outdoes the vast majority of shows ever made.
v1 adds 462 BDs, total 28,735.
v2 adds 517 BDs, total 28,119.
v3 adds 590 BDs, total 27,490.
v4 adds 1011 BDs, total 26,553. Aniplex+ shop “show is over, ‘ship all discs together’ orders go out now” bump time. Series average: 27,042.

Fafner Exodus s2 v5 (v11) sells 4904/679, total 5,583. Slight increase on v4wk1.

Shinmai Maou s2 v5, final volume, sells 2491/744, total 3,235. Series average: 3,704. Down from 5,186 s1.

Gochiusa s2 v5 sells 2,872 BDs…. if you’re wondering what happened with the seemingly massive drop here, it’s that Gochiusa has a very strange release this volume. It comes out on a Monday (5/02), presumably due to Golden Week-related reasons. Because this reporting period ends on 5/01, the pre-release day for this volume is actually caught in this week’s reporting. This is a near coincidence because it shows us the exact percentage of pre-sale vs release day onward for the BDs. The full first week for this disc should be about 7k so we’re looking at 40-45% pre-release sales. It would have sold some BDs this week but as it only does ~1k BDs, it just didn’t make the threshold, but should make the extendeds with around 350-400.

Rakudai Kishi v5 sells 2158/483, total 2,641.

Asterisk v5 sells 1538/439, total 1,977.

Valkyrie Drive v5 sells 1,560 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Noragami s2 v5 sells 683/505, total 1,188.

Heavy Object v5 sells 1,090 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Aria AA v5 sells 901 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Tai-Madou v5 sells 477 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Sakurako-san v5 sells 475 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Haikyuu s2 v4 adds 940/880, total 13,351.

One Punch man v5 adds 780/444, total 7,708.

G Tekektsu v5 adds 1079 BDs, total 7,360.

Starmyu v5 adds 695/509, total 4,585.

Diabolik Lovers s2 v2 adds 622, total 2,109. DVD-only release.

 
Past seasons:
Oregairu s2 v7, final volume, sells 7884/1179, total 9,063. Finally got released, after originally being slated for January. Didn’t seem to suffer much from the delay, wk1 is slightly higher than v6wk1. Series average: 10,915[/x]. Should end right at 11k. Beats s1’s 10,159 so it’s one of the rare increasing sequels.

Gintama° v10 sells 2895/2925, total 5,820. This one as at last 13 vols, I only had it at 10 since that’s all that was solicited last I checked, So, not done yet.

Ushio to Tora v8 sells 1626/541, total 2,167.

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Guilty Crown BD Box sells 2,660. Should get to 3k which is pretty good for an 8k initial release. Needs to add another 813 units to reach the ¥100m list though.

 
Upcoming Releases for 2016 05/02 – 05/08 Anime DVD List
2016/05/02 Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?? v5
2016/05/03 Ore ga Ojousama Gakkou ni Shomin Sample Toshite Gets Sareta Ken v5
2016/05/03 Sinbad: Mahou no Lamp to Ugoku Shima
2016/05/06 Pripara Season2 v8

46 Responses to “2016 04/25 – 05/01 Weekly Sales List”

  1. something something says:

    Reminder to self to check these against the BD extended for slightly more low-end granularity:

    Zネーション〈ファースト・シーズン〉 コンプリート・ボックス (140, ranking pending)
    Zネーション〈セカンド・シーズン〉 コンプリート・ボックス (166, ranking pending)

    It’s a busy week so it’s possible we’ll have something to match them against. I’d especially like that 140 to work out since we currently have a 128 to 163 gap.

    • Ejc says:

      They’re ranked 191 and 216 respectively in the BD300. It’s always available right away on Oricon Youtaiju, it’s just the other rankings on the Oricon website itself isn’t out until Wednesday mid-day in Japan.

      • something something says:

        Right, that’s why I was leaving a note to self to check later. I’ll compare it against the extendeds when i do that this weekend and see if we can fill in any holes.

  2. NoOne says:

    any sales news for Bubuki Buranki? did it flopped so hard? thats one of the shows that enjoyed last season

  3. Petra says:

    Do you think there’s a chance Osomatsu-san volume 1 could outsell Love Live second season’s volume 1? I remember it was initially predicted to sell between 105k~110k but now it has reached almost 112k and still continues to sell even though the event ticket applications have long expired.

    • something something says:

      I don’t think it’ll happen in the regular weekly rankings, though it is technically possible in the long run in the extended rankings. We might need to wait until the yearly best-seller lists to be sure, though.

      Finding out before the yearly rankings will probably come down to having enough milestones in the extended rankings to get an updated number for weeks it ranks in the unreported 101-300 range.

      As of last week, the BD was 47,230 at rank #69. As of right now, the next few milestones are: 47,296; 48,081; 48,548; 50,284. At best I can see the BD ending up at the 48,548 milestone, as 50,284 seems like too much of a stretch. That’d be an addition of 1,318 more on BD. Might stop at 48,081.

      As of this week, the DVD was 64,759 at rank #142. As of right now, the next few milestones are in jumps of a few hundred each from here until 67,373 at which point the next milestone is almost a thousand away. If the DVD can get there, that’d be an addition of 2,614 on DVD.

      2,614 + 1,318 + 111,989 = 115,921 which is still short of the needed 116,896.

      So both formats need to power through and hit the higher and more uncertain milestones (which would put it at 118,605). DVD sounds more likely than BD, as I honestly can’t imagine the BD has 3k more sales in it. If DVD has to pull the weight by itself (i.e. BD stops at 48,548), it’d need to hit the 68,416 milestone for 116,964, taking the lead by under 100 discs. If BD stopped at 48,081 DVD would need to push even further, to 69,179.

      4.4k more DVDs for v1 would take at least 15 additional weeks of ranking, I’d wager. That seems like a stretch to me, but if it gets a boost as future volumes are released, it’s not impossible. I think it’d have a better shot if it were being released in one format like LL which was BD-only, but Osomatsu-san is split between BD and DVD. And it has a bias towards DVD, which has higher top 300 thresholds to contend with thus more chance of losing some weeks of data to the 301+ void.

      But maybe it’ll hold onto the top 100 weekly rankings long enough that we won’t need to rely on the extendeds. Or maybe some other disc in Osomatsu-san’s vicinity will set a new, more granular milestone we can use.

      I expect it’ll be very close to the point of being a statistical tie regardless (we’re working with pretty large margins of error after all) but I think its odds are a touch below 50% at the moment.

      • Ejc says:

        It could be possible in the long run, but we have to remember that 116,896 figure used for Love Live 2nd Season Vol.1 is the absolute worst case, as the Oricon article said 117,000 copies rounded for the Limited Edition (the Regular Edition sold 396 copies). This means in total it could’ve sold anywhere between 116,896 and 117,895 copies, and this was after 30 weeks of charting. There are also 8 weeks of sales missing, which means it should be above 117,000 in the worst case and 118,000 in the best case.

        The Minions Movie is almost at 110,000, so if it continues to chart in the coming weeks, then the lower bound for Love Live 2nd Season Vol.1 Limited Edition could increase closer to its true number. Gundam UC Vol.2 as an upper bound isn’t much of a real help as it was at 117,616 after 49 weeks of charting, but charted 58 weeks in total. It is missing 9 weeks of sales, which was when the extended ranking was Top 200 BDs, so the weekly extended ranking threshold would’ve been higher for Gundam UC Vol.2 than it is now with Top 300s.

  4. Wandering Wastrel says:

    I was hoping Ooya-san wa Shishunki! would rank, but I’m not at all surprised that it didn’t. I really liked it, even considering the short running time.

    • something something says:

      There’s still a chance it did reasonably well. It was released in three editions, and the two BD editions were estimated about the same, a bit under 1k each. So if they both just missed the 1180 prelim threshold, its wk1 total in the full list could be getting in the realm of 2k when extended ranking DVDs are added (if they make it). That’d be really solid for a short. It’s very possible Stalker is overestimating though.

      • something something says:

        Oricon just updated the public site with the weekly ranking numbers. The LE BD is #48, RE BD is #78. So we’ll get both sales numbers in the full list on Thursday/Friday. DVD is #232 so we’ll get it when I do the extended rankings this weekend.

  5. samurai_gintoki says:

    is gintama sales good?

    • something something says:

      Gintama has been running for 10 years and 78 TV volumes so far (with some successful films along the way). So while the ~6k this season will do is well off the 15k peak of the first three seasons in 2006-2009, it’s still impressive a long-running Shounen Jump franchise is putting up decent disc numbers at all, let alone for so long. It’s the only super long running show that’s doing that at the moment. Overall, I’d say even 6k is impressive.

      • samurai_gintoki says:

        i don’t know if any sales good or not
        but how many should they sell to cover the cost of anime production??

        • something something says:

          That’s a much more complicated question than it sounds! Not every show costs the same amount of money to make, for one. But the most important thing to consider is that DVD/BD sales aren’t expected to cover all costs by themselves.

          Anime is funded by “production committees” in which a bunch of companies come together, pool funds, and select an animation studio to get a show produced. Those companies usually represent the main revenue streams for a show: DVD/BD, print publishing, music publishing, TV stations, companies that manage international licensing, and so on.

          If the DVD/BDs sell a lot, the video publisher might do great. But if the manga it’s adapting sees no sales boost, the print publisher might consider the adaptation a failure. If both of those do badly but the music sells amazingly well, the record label will be a lot happier than the other two, and so on.

          So there’s no one break-even point for anime. It varies from show to show, and even from company to company on the committee.

          For Gintama, disc sales are most important to Aniplex, while the manga sales are most important to Shueisha. If the video discs did terribly (which they definitely didn’t, but hypothetically spaking), it’s possible Aniplex could pull out of the committee, or start investing less money. Then the question of whether more gets made would fall to the other committee members, and whether they see enough benefit in the anime to warrant pitching in a higher percentage of the cost to animate more.

          [Note, I didn’t actually check if Shueisha was on the Gintama anime production committee but print publishers very often are. If not, swap in any other show for the example and the general concept holds.]

        • Paul von Oberstein says:

          Anime News Network calculated that the break-even point of anime production is at around 8000 discs sold on average.

          http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/feature/2012-03-07

          • something something says:

            Quoting a number devoid of all context is not helpful. It ignores the whole production committee model that underlies all late night anime financing. This sort of dumbing down of the complexity of anime financing creates misunderstandings like the Manabi Line and I’d rather this site not contribute to that trend.

    • Paul von Oberstein says:

      Well the sales drop is so massive that we won’t see more Gintama in TV if that’s what you were asking.

      • something something says:

        It airs at prime time, is an adaptation of a hugely successful shounen manga, and is still on track to average 6k ~80 volumes and 10 years in. The previous season did about 9k for a much shorter season (so less time to drop) so this isn’t a “massive” drop. I have no idea if there will be more TV Gintama or not but this season averaging 6k sure wouldn’t be a reason to kill it off.

        • Paul von Oberstein says:

          Of course it will. Producers know very well that if they make another season they will take another substantial dip on sales numbers again. No point doing that when you starting point is already low.

          • something something says:

            Did you read either of my replies? It’s honestly not that simple. Many anime continue to run with less sales than this, because anime funding is not a pure “disc revenue minus budget” calculation.

            • Jim says:

              Adding to something’s point, you can look at two other Shonen Jump titles that got anime adaptations in 2015, Assassination Classroom and Food Wars. Both of those had second seasons greenlit despite first season DVD/BD sales averages that were less than half of Gintama’s latest season (2,627 for A.C. and 2,016 for Food Wars). When you look at their manga sales, though, Assassination Classroom went from selling 4.6 million books in 2014 to 8.6 million in 2015, and Food Wars went from 2.6 million books sold in 2014 to 4.3 million in 2015, which are roughly 65-85% annual sales bumps for both series in just one year. That’s undoubtedly the biggest reason why they got second anime seasons despite their so-so anime disc sales.

              • something something says:

                There’s also an interesting situation ultimatemegax pointed out to me recently where Aniplex (previously top funder for the Magi series) decreased investment for the new Sindbad series and the publisher took top spot. Magi is a show that completely collapsed in disc sales which can’t have been good for Aniplex.

                Even if Aniplex for some reason thought more Gintama wasn’t in their interest, which I find questionable, there’s always the likelihood it’s doing well enough for other committee members that they’d push for a sequel anyway.

                It’s always a complex negotiation between multiple companies with differing interests.

                • yato_otaku says:

                  can i ask you questions
                  do you think there is will be Tokyo ghoul s3?

                  • something something says:

                    I’m not familiar enough with how the franchise is doing outside of its anime sales to say. A blind guess would be “no”, but anything is possible.

  6. something something says:

    Not making a separate post on this just yet until we know if it’s more than a temporary glitch, but all pages of the extended rankings beyond 10 return errors and won’t load.

    DVD Page 10
    BD Page 10

    Both of those and the pages before them work, but 11+ all give errors, whether you step through with 次へ or type the URL in directly.

    The fact that both cut off at exactly #100 makes me think this may be intentional, and not just a glitch.

    The extended rankings may be dead. That’d make comparing sales for anything from here on out to stuff that got extended rankings pretty worthless. RIP?

  7. katsura_san says:

    is one punch man sales good?

  8. something something says:

    Updated for the full list. As mentioned, no extended ranking available this week (or ever again?), unfortunately.

    • BlackPoint says:

      Aw that kinda sucks, did smth happened that you wont be able to get the extended ranking ? Cuz often quite allot anime get into the extended list and shows then a much better view as to how each anime is doin over a few week span.

      • something something says:

        Check a couple comments up: http://www.someanithing.com/4797/comment-page-1#comment-67177

        Unclear whether it’s intentional but all pages beyond 10 return a 404. That sounds like just the kind of messy workaround Oricon would put in place to block access.

        • BlackPoint says:

          hmm i see i hope its just a temporary error, or what would be the point of blocking such info cuz if we know the release date of some anime volume and it wont get into the top20 list then we already know that it sold bad, or is just too much hassle for them to track all the anime sales anyway lets see what happens next week :)

          • something something says:

            Oricon is a data company, so they make money off of people buying more expensive subscriptions to access more data. By using this crazy roundabout method we do to estimate sales, we’re essentially getting that data for free. In fact, we’re getting (via a complicated, high effort workaround, that is) what you’d get from a full Biz subscription, which is at least JPY ¥150,000/USD $1500 a month just for DVD/BD data. So I’m not surprised they’d cut off access once they realize what’s happening.

            I have a paid subscription, but it’s the limited ¥999/$10 a month subscription to Youtaiju. That only covers the preliminary sales (DVD50/BD30). For the Full ranking (DVD100/BD100) we need the partial Biz leaks posted on urisure/2ch each week. For the extended ranking (estimates of 101-300 each week) that’s the workaround we had going on the public website, which they probably just closed for good, or we’d need a full Biz account/leak.

            With the extendeds dead we better hope the Biz leaks never dry up. Because if they do, then we’re limited to the Youtaiju prelims, and at that point we may as well stop tracking sales entirely. I’d love to purchase a Biz subscription so I don’t have to worry about it, but ain’t gonna happen at ¥150k/$1.5k a month. I might be able to convince myself to spend upwards of $100 a month for a full ranking but the Biz subscriptions are totally out of the question. =(

            • BlackPoint says:

              wow O_O that is hell of a expensive 1.5k$ per month who the heck even buys that, maybe some companys just that can afford this.. anyway so 1.5k only so that you can track dvd/bd sales or you get anything else?

    • Ejc says:

      It works on my phone. Maybe a temporary glitch afterall?

  9. kamui says:

    Looks noragami sales bad ):
    also Ansatsu Kyoushitsu s2 /:

    what’s your source?

  10. Invalidname says:

    Minor: Schwarzesmarken is winter, not fall, right?

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