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2016 06/06 – 06/12 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 10,080 10,080 1 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v3
3 15 9 1,129 13,639 3 Girls und Panzer Movie
4 20 959 27,428 3 Osomatsu-san v5
7 33 657 657 1 Kiznaiver v1
8 35 647 647 1 Divine Gate v3
9 36 641 641 1 Naruto Shippuuden: Jiraiya Ninpou-chou – Naruto Gouketsu Monogatari v1
12 50 90 480 60,014 100 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
13 52 411 411 1 Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou v1
14 67 347 347 1 Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou v2
15 68 346 346 1 Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou v3
16 72 339 339 1 World Trigger v16
17 100 263 30,425 16 Bakemono no Ko
18 16 259 1,413 2 Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?? v6
19 95 206 32,601 7 Osomatsu-san v4
22 184 7,535 3 Doukyuusei
24 160 10,776 29 Soreike! Anpanman Miija to Mahou no Lamp
25 147 36,917 12 Osomatsu-san v3
26 22 145 2,102 3 Diabolik Lovers More,Blood v3
27 25 136 1,012 2 ONE PIECE 17th Season Dressrosa-hen v24
28 136 16,264 9 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v2
30 133 31,836 100 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)

Other releases (concerts etc)
6 3,547 3,547 1 Miyano Mamoru Live Tour 2015-16: Generating!
11 2 1,412 9,596 2 Kamiya Hiroshi 1st Live: Hareyon 5&6
17 1,030 9,259 6 AD-LIVE 2015 v6
53 406 7,508 8 AD-LIVE 2015 v1
57 382 6,762 6 AD-LIVE 2015 v4
69 345 345 1 Hino Satoshi / Tachibana Shinnosuke Meimon Outlaw Gakuen Fandisc v1

2016 06/06 – 06/12 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 38,571 38,571 1 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v3
2 7 2 5,790 181,487 3 Girls und Panzer Movie LE
3 16 3 1,269 8,863 2 Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?? v6
4 22 26 810 59,409 68 Girls und Panzer Kore ga Hontou no Anzio-sen Desu!
5 23 776 776 1 World Trigger v16
6 28 665 23,634 3 Osomatsu-san v5
7 29 659 659 1 Kiznaiver v1
8 33 21 555 8,243 3 Girls und Panzer Movie RE
9 35 33 547 11,395 32 Girls und Panzer (2015 re-release) v1
10 36 38 535 10,293 30 Girls und Panzer (2015 re-release) v2
11 38 522 522 1 Divine Gate v3
12 39 40 507 9,127 29 Girls und Panzer (2015 re-release) v6
13 41 41 502 9,810 31 Girls und Panzer (2015 re-release) v3
14 42 42 499 9,118 31 Girls und Panzer (2015 re-release) v5
15 44 43 487 8,952 29 Girls und Panzer (2015 re-release) v4
19 57 36 328 22,890 25 Strike Witches Operation Victory Arrow v1
71 143 277 55,543 29 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v2
72 11 274 2,034 2 Higurashi no Naku Koro ni BD Box (2016)
76 13 254 1,920 2 Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kai BD Box (2016)
86 18 215 8,856 3 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! v3
94 15 198 1,786 2 Musaigen no Phantom World v3
97 31 194 12,466 3 Doukyuusei

Other releases (concerts etc)
2 18,676 18,676 1 The IDOLM@STER M@STERS of Idol World!! 2015 Perfect Box
4 10,416 10,416 1 Miyano Mamoru Live Tour 2015-16: Generating!
25 751 751 1 The IDOLM@STER M@STERS of Idol World!! 2015 Day 2
30 618 618 1 The IDOLM@STER M@STERS of Idol World!! 2015 Day 1

 

Spring update:
Kiznaiver v1 sells 659/657, total 1,316. 6.3/16.3% overestimated. Event ticket. Expect at least half those DVDs to drop off after the ticket and we’re possibly looking at a sub-1k average. Not the most auspicious start to this very weak-looking Spring season, and a pretty huge flop for a big Aniplex original.

 
Winter update:
Divine Gate v3 sells 522/647, total 1,169.

Konosuba v3 adds 215 BDs, total 9,640. 10,924 average with two volumes left so it should hold onto 10k.

Phantom World v3 adds 198 BDs, total 2,096.

 
Past seasons:
Osomatsu-san v3 adds 147 DVDs, total 66,275.
v4 adds 206 DVDs, total 59,713.
v5 adds 665/959, total 51,062. Thee volumes to go, but still unclear where this bottoms out, or if it’ll just keep dropping to the last volume.

Gochiusa s2 v6, final volume, adds 1269/259, total 10,276. That’s all vols over 10k now. Series average: 12,260.

Dialovers s2 v3 adds 145, total 2,102. DVD-only release.

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Gundam Origin v3 sells 38571/10080, total 48,651.

Garupan Movie adds 5790/555 BDs, 1129 DVDs, total 203,369. 7.5k this week.
OVA adds 810 BDs, total 63,395.
v1 re-re-release adds 547 BDs, total 11,395.
v2 re-re-release adds 535 BDs, total 10,293.
v3 re-re-release adds 502 BDs, total 9,810.
v4 re-re-release adds 487 BDs, total 8,952.
v5 re-re-release adds 499 BDs, total 9,118.
v6 re-re-release adds 507 BDs, total 9,127. Bigger increases than last week. Re-release average: 9,783. Total with original: 46,069.

Strike Witches OVA v1 adds 328 BDs, total 24,382 in wk25. Still riding that Amazon firesale.

Doukyuusei adds 194/184, total 20,001. This dropped off very very quickly (i.e. was very front-loaded), but still hit 20k. Good for it.

Higurashi s1 BD Box adds 274, total 2,820.
s2 BD Box adds 254, total 2,643

 
Upcoming Releases for 2016 06/13 – 06/19 Anime DVD List
2016/06/15 Dagashi Kashi v4
2016/06/15 Diamond no Ace SS v4
2016/06/15 Hai to Gensou no Grimgar v4
2016/06/15 Haikyuu!! Second Season v6
2016/06/15 Phantasy Star Online 2 The Animation v4
2016/06/15 YuuGiOu Arc-V v24
2016/06/17 Dance with Devils Musical
2016/06/17 Initial D Legend3 -Yumeutsutsu-
2016/06/17 King of Prism by PrettyRhythm
2016/06/17 Super Lovers v1

27 Responses to “2016 06/06 – 06/12 Weekly Sales List”

  1. AnimePhoenix says:

    Ouch Kiznaiver. I’m not a big fan of it but it’s still good when the episodes are done well. But I’m afraid it just had a slow start.

  2. Exukvera says:

    So many new shows flopping, while just the re-re-release of Garupan sells arround 10K.
    When the tank girls first appeared, no one was prepared for them.

    • Mari says:

      Let’s not be too hasty. Kabaneri still has a chance to be the new title best-seller in Spring season.

      But damn, Kiznaiver!

      • BlackPoint says:

        macross,jojo or kabaneri one of these 3 gonna take the 1st place, although Re:Zero is on the rise too but probably wont sell 10k

        • rederoin says:

          JoJo has a very low chance, 39 eps and its a long running anime(over 100 eps with the first 3 parts). Kabenari has the advantage of being 1 cour, but Macross could be storefront heavy.

          I would put Re:zero as having a better chance at 10k than JoJo.

          • BlackPoint says:

            Yeh well about jojo idc rly much for my taste i think its pure trash dunno what ppl see in it but else ye amazon stalker says jojo will have around 8-9k sales and kabaneri is at 10k while macross is around 11k and re:zero is on the rise it went from 2.5k to 5k in this past months. So ya will see soon how this shows gonna do on the sales.

  3. edger!! says:

    did you think will kabenari will selling good?
    and re:zero i hope it’s sell well

  4. Hahalollawl says:

    Interesting that you describe this season as very weak looking. I actually thought it seemed like an improvement compared to recent seasons, as there are at least a few new shows that look like they could get close to or exceed 10k. But no show seems poised to dominate with anything in the 20k+ range, so if you judge by the top seller I suppose it appears weak.

    • something something says:

      It will definitely be weaker than Fall, whether you look at the top or the middle. It’s just not very impressive to have a grand total of 5 shows with an estimate over 5k in a Spring season. And the top four of those have event tickets to factor in. It’s not completely outside the realm of possibility for no Spring show to even average 10k, though one or two should manage to squeak by. Which I guess means Delta and Kabaneri, looks rather tough for anything else.

      This probably wasn’t how a season featuring the spiritual successor to Shingeki and a new Macross entry and a couple Aniplex originals was supposed to turn out.

      And go figure it’s like the best season of anime in a long time for me…

      • BlackPoint says:

        For me it seems like they care less and less about the bd-dvd sales and they look more into the special stream rights and makin instead of 1 anime they do 2 per season, for example we see now DEEN studio how they are making more anime per season winter they had 4 spring 2 and then just 1 at summer and there are other studios that we can see that do more per season. Anyway if ya go back 1year for the same season we can see that we get more anime i checked for summer for example and we will have like 9 anime more then 1year ago,
        So yeh this whole how much an anime should sell in average of bd-dvd is becomin more and more pointless and only a few rare hits will have 10k sales or the anime that already got a big fanbase rest can just be happy if they sell in the range of 3-5k

        • Ejc says:

          I think there’s just way too much TV Anime nowadays. Take a look at how many there were from 1990 to 2014. I’m not sure when the late-night anime time slot became a thing, but I suspect it happened around 2001/2002. Kanon (2002) is one such title that I know aired in the late-night anime time slot.

          Source: http://www38.atwiki.jp/uri-archive/pages/64.html

          ○TVアニメ本数の推移 1990年以降
          1990 *50
          1991 *39
          1992 *62
          1993 *30
          1994 *38
          1995 *40
          1996 *46
          1997 *50
          1998 *82
          1999 *89
          2000 *64
          2001 *95
          2002 *95
          2003 111
          2004 128
          2005 127
          2006 181
          2007 159
          2008 147
          2009 146
          2010 130
          2011 138
          2012 155
          2013 187
          2014 210

          • something something says:

            Yeah it’s very hard to see how this is sustainable. Even if revenue streams are diversifying and you can more easily get return on investment from lower-profile adaptations, surely that has a limit. Not just in terms of available consumer spending, but in terms of the physical ability of the industry’s professionals to maintain these accelerated schedules.

            It has to crash back down to earth at some point.

            • iku says:

              “in terms of the physical ability of the industry’s professionals to maintain these accelerated schedules”
              On a slight side note to that, while I know it wouldn’t impact the overall trend of the list, are those numbers counting super-short shows like Luluco, Teekyu, etc. with the same “weight” as standard half-hour shows? Since the former certainly require a lot less effort to produce than something like Kabaneri or any of KyoAni’s stuff — and then there’s the difference between single and multiple-cour shows, assuming the preproduction overhead for the longer shows decreases the overall sort of per-episode production amount… or something like that.

              I dunno, just some thoughts if one were to try and analyze it in further detail. Unless the site itself does so; can’t access it right now.

              • primadog says:

                You raise a good point. Luckily AJA provide annual statistics for minutes of TV anime produced since 2000. That latest number available is 119,962 minutes in 2014, which is a whole 400 hours more than the 2010 low.

                http://aja.gr.jp/english/japan-anime-data

                We can expect the AJA report with 2015 data to come out sometime in September.

              • something something says:

                If you really wanted to get down into the details, yes you would want to count not just shows, not even just episodes, but total minutes of animation. And I assume their numbers do include shorts.

                Edit: Oh primadog already provided minutes above.

              • Ejc says:

                I have taken a look at the 2014 TV Anime numbers on that Japanese sales wiki I linked. 185 of the 210 are listed within the 2014 averages data of which had a physical disc release, and does include TV Anime shorts.

                The remaining 25 I would guess did not have a physical release, which does happen (think of Nanoha ViVid in 2015 for example).

                Now, compared to the JVA data given, the JVA data also includes TV Anime that are inserted into other TV programs, combined with live action programs, so that is why the TV Anime number on this Japanese website are lower than the JVA data, as it strictly only has TV Anime programs counted. So, in 2014 for example. the Japanese wiki I linked has 210 TV Anime vs 232 TV Anime from the JVA data.

                These are the numbers of TV Anime shorts from 2004 to 2014:

                ○アニメDVD・BD売り上げ一覧表まとめWikiのショートアニメランキングにおけるショートアニメ本数の推移
                ※パッケージ販売(ビデオソフト化)されたTVアニメ本数
                2004 *1
                2005 *1
                2006 *2
                2007 *3
                2008 *4
                2009 *3
                2010 *3
                2011 14
                2012 12
                2013 26
                2014 29

          • Progeusz says:

            I don’t know the exact moment but it was some time after Eva which proved that TV anime can sell well and the switch from OVA started for real.

            Do you know some Japanese sites which could offer timetables for older anime? I’d like to check them out. animecalendar.net only dates back to Winter 2007.

  5. Layciie says:

    Aww man I really like Kiznaiver so seeing it flop makes me sad. I at least hope BSD, BokuAca adn Kabaneri will do well hopefully maybe? I want Joker Game to do well too but I’m not sure if it will

    • AnimePhoenix says:

      Joker Game keeps rising with each episode plus it’s doing really well at Animate. I think it’ll do at least 3k.

  6. Alvaro says:

    Auch, Leave Kiznaiver alone :(
    I wonder how Trigger will make to eat?

    • something something says:

      Trigger got paid to animate it, so they’ve got their money. The committee for Kiznaiver, in order of investment, is:

      Aniplex
      Asahi Broadcasting Corporation
      Crunchyroll
      サミー (guessing this refers to Sammy Corporation, a pachinko/pachislot company)
      Ultra Super Pictures
      Movic
      BS11

      Of those, Aniplex is the one most concerned by far with how the DVD/BDs sell, and they’re probably taking the biggest hit. Interestingly, Crunchyroll might be getting the best deal here, if the streaming views are good. (And no it’s not common to see Western companies on production committees, but it does happen sometimes.)

      Ultra Super Pictures is a holding company that was set up by a number of companies including Trigger, but the failure of Kiznaiver’s disc sales still won’t affect Trigger all that directly.

      An aside, but note that Kadokawa is not on the committee despite handling both manga adaptations of Kiznaiver.

  7. primadog says:

    > Garupan. Total with original: 46,069.

    One more week, and it’ll overtake Fate/Zero at #2 rank for 2012 sales (re-releases inc.).

  8. something something says:

    Full ranking posted.

  9. nowherelsetogo says:

    Why didn’t you count Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou sales? Despite being a short, it’s still a spring show (and I’m really happy to see it ranking since I’m having a blast with it).

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