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2016 08/08 – 08/14 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 4,285 4,285 1 Doraemon: Shin Nobita no Nippon Tanjou
3 6 11 2,355 53,001 6 Youkai Watch Movie 2: Enma Daiou to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan!
4 13 1,210 1,210 1 Meiji Tokyou Renka Movie: Hanakagami no Fantasia
6 16 27 1,031 66,339 109 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
9 26 5 705 22,564 3 Osomatsu-san v7
10 28 32 650 32,625 6 Boruto -Naruto the Movie- LE
13 45 25 472 5,342 3 Kidou Senshi Gundam Thunderbolt December Sky
14 47 67 449 9,899 39 Mononoke-hime (2014 re-release)
15 58 124 360 21,132 75 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (2014 re-release)
16 62 43 354 4,679 3 Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen
19 72 119 324 23,160 101 Tenkuu no Shiro Laputa (2014 re-release)
21 82 91 310 6,572 6 Boruto -Naruto the Movie- RE
22 83 62 304 9,736 4 ONE PIECE Log Collection: Punk Hazard
25 96 141 278 8,069 40 Kaze no Tani no Nausicaa (2014 re-release)
26 252 33,145 107 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)
28 236 12,671 38 Soreike! Anpanman Mija to Mahou no Lamp
30 225 10,719 45 Gake no Ue no Ponyo (2014 re-release)

Other releases (concerts etc)

2016 08/08 – 08/14 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 5 1,848 1,848 1 Doraemon: Shin Nobita no Nippon Tanjou
3 8 2 1,435 18,035 2 Persona 3 #4 Winter of Rebirth LE
4 13 8 1,032 39,832 3 Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen LE
6 15 11 1,013 18,507 3 Kidou Senshi Gundam Thunderbolt December Sky
8 20 33 638 38,211 6 Boruto -Naruto the Movie- LE
9 23 43 557 195,973 12 Girls und Panzer Movie LE
11 25 6 508 20,456 3 Osomatsu-san v7
12 26 26 505 8,304 3 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu v2
55 91 284 30,670 89 Mononoke-hime
59 51 264 9,825 8 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu v1
61 64 259 16,896 4 High Speed! -Free! Starting Days- LE
63 79 246 48,961 10 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v3
73 76 213 2,512 3 Kizumonogatari I: Tekketsu-hen RE
77 20 206 9,036 3 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! v5
82 45 198 8,727 3 Joker Game v1
83 39 197 11,363 4 Macross Delta v1
88 88 190 27,583 7 Koyomimonogatari
90 53 188 6,908 3 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v2
91 136 187 40,517 183 Tonari no Totoro
93 119 185 62,664 77 Girls und Panzer Kore ga Hontou no Anzio-sen Desu!
99 136 179 6,280 6 Youkai Watch Movie 2: Enma Daiou to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan!

Other releases (concerts etc)
12 1,275 1,275 1 Tomatsu Haruka Music Clips step1
177 15,777 5 The IDOLM@STER SideM 1st Stage ~ST@RTING!~ Complete Side

 

Spring update:
Delta v1 adds 197 BDs, total 13,116.

Re:Zero v1 adds 264 BDs, total 10,938.
v2 adds 505/117, total 9,539. DVDs from per-series ranking. Odds of this volume crossing 10k as well look good.

Joker Game v1 adds 198 BDs, total 8,909.

Jojo Pt4 v2 adds 188 BDs, total 8,480.

 
Winter update:
Koyomimonogatari adds 190 BDs, total 31,355. One-shot so that’s also the average.

Konosuba v5, final volume, adds 206 BDs, total 9,855. Series average: 10,822.

 
Past seasons:
Osomatsu-san v7 adds 508/705, total 43,020.

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Garupan Movie adds 557 BDs, total 222,103 in wk12.
OVA adds 185 BDs, total 66,650 in wk77.

Kizumonogatari adds 1032/213 BDs, 354 DVDs, total 47,023.

High Speed adds 259 LE BDs, total 29,123.

Persona 3 Movie 4 adds 1435/344, total 21,724.

 
Upcoming Releases for 2016 08/15 – 08/21 Anime DVD List
2016/08/17 Boku no Hero Academia v3
2016/08/17 Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren BD Box
2016/08/17 Dagashi Kashi v6
2016/08/17 Diamond no Ace SS v6
2016/08/17 Hai to Gensou no Grimgar v6
2016/08/17 Haikyuu!! Second Season v8
2016/08/17 Phantasy Star Online 2 The Animation v6
2016/08/17 Sansha Sanyou v3
2016/08/17 YuuGiOu ARC-V v26
2016/08/19 Super Lovers v3

35 Responses to “2016 08/08 – 08/14 Weekly Sales List”

  1. BlackPoint says:

    Quite a empty week, i wonder if re:zero v1 will be there if we can see the extended but i guess it sold another 100~200

    • Lloyd says:

      I saw it within the top 100-150 the entire last week so yeah it’s very likely that it makes at least another 100. Nevertheless we seem to be in some kind of a break at the moment. Volume 1&2 should get another small boost with the release of volume 3 soon.

    • something something says:

      I expect it’ll make the top 100 full list given what a slow week this is. I wouldn’t be surprised if it were as high as another 250 BDs.

    • Progeusz says:

      It will easily rank in the full list, it spent most of the week in top100 http://i.imgur.com/hHbAu65.png

  2. Anon says:

    Re:Zero’s v2 had stock issues the whole week. Hopefully they resolve this for volume 3.

    • Lloyd says:

      Oh they still have stock issues for volume 2? That’s really disappointing considering that they could’ve used the momentum and sold a bunch more.

    • BlackPoint says:

      yeh pretty much nobody expected it too sell this much and when i read around the interviews from the ppl that made this they are really happy from the big response, so i really hope that once it ends that this wont be the last of it, cuz it really deserves a full adaptation would be a huge dissapointed if they left us hanging cuz i doubt they will ax it and make some original ending while there is obviously lots of potential and 2 arcs currently left to use and its still ongoing so in 2years~ it would be nice to see a sequel :)

      • Lloyd says:

        From a source material reader’s standpoint who looked a lot into the history of this entire series I can tell you that there are multiple reasons on why there will be very likely more content.
        Hell the fact that a story of this caliber ( length-wise ) got an adaptation at all is already a reason in itself. An adaptation that advertises merely the first 10% of the story is not nearly enough to get everything out of this entire series. The fact that they started this, makes it very likely that there will be multiple “waves” of advertisement. Anyway, an original ending is pretty much confirmed to not take place.

  3. lapig says:

    Can you give the current estimation for New Game and Mob Psycho vol 1?

    • something something says:

      New Game v1: 3089 + 738 + 285 + 106 = 4,218 with 41 days to go
      Mob Psycho 100 v1: 1312 + 1245 + 573 + 394 = 3,524 with 41 days to go

      Standard disclaimer: 41 days is a long time and those numbers could go up or down considerably. And both volumes will have some degree of event ticket boost.

  4. lapig says:

    Mob Psycho probably is underestimated like Stray Dogs vol 1 as Fujoshi buying Series usually are. But I really want New Game to succeed. It’s the best sol since Gochiusa season 2. I hope It at least sell 6k-7k.

  5. Jane says:

    I’m a bit curious did Macross Delta sell below 300??? This week I didn’t see it on the list and I’m worried this series won’t be selling as well as Frontier did.

    • something something says:

      We already know it won’t be selling remotely as well as Frontier, so there’s no question about that. Frontier averaged 46,297. Delta will be lucky to average more than 10-11k.

      As for this week, it would be Delta’s fourth week. It’s not really unusual for a disc that’s sold ~13k and was front-loaded to sell less than 300 BDs in its fourth week. It probably added another 200-some, and might rank once or twice more if it gets a bump with the release of v2.

  6. makotachi says:

    I’m curious as to what exactly happened this year with sales. By this time last year I feel like we had at least five to six 10+k sellers? I doubt it’s because disc buyers are dying off or anything, I feel like that would take longer than eight months. Are the otaku holding their money for something big? I can see this being the case with female otaku waiting for TouRabu, UtaPri S4, or Haikyuu!! in fall. Is it because the anime being offered these past eight months just has not been that good? Oh well, I won’t ever have access to that kind of info so, but I do hope that next year won’t be this sad sales wise. What else would we shitpost about? (That’s a joke, just in case, I know text can be hard to interpret at times.)

    • something something says:

      Overall sales have been in a gradual (albeit maybe accelerating) decline since about 2008. Since then year on year sales have only gone up twice: very slightly in 2010, and a big bump in 2013. Though that’s for the JVA’s “domestic animation for the general public” category in general, and it’s hard to tease out just the late night stuff we track here, for which we only have the incomplete Oricon reports.

      So as far as median and average sales go, 2016 just continues the trend… but yes, what’s really sticking out is the paucity of huge hits, or even 10-15k sellers. That I can’t explain. We’ll have two mega-hits, but both will be sequels to huge idol franchises, so there ain’t much variety at the top. Koyomimonogatari has passed 30k but given it’s Monogatari and it’s a one-shot release that’s not exactly turning the year around. We should also snag another sequel 10k with more Haikyuu, unless its drop is even worse this time. Delta should do it too, but if its event ticket drop is really harsh, even it might miss. There’s a Nanoha series coming in Fall but that franchise is cursed and long, long past its peak.

      But you need more than sequels and long-running franchises selling 10k, else what will be the sequel 10ks in the coming years? So far this year the only one is Konosuba. Re:Zero has an outside shot, but being 9 volumes makes it rough. B Project should have an easy 10k v1 but that’s going to be largely event ticket driven and won’t hold up for the final average.

      We might have to place a lot of hope in Touken Ranbu becoming a mega-hit with women, though it has to compete with Utapri and Haikyuu in the same season. And this first of the two Tourabu adaptations is the more comedic one. The serious series comes next year. I’m not sure which fans will like better.

      I can’t see more than 8 10ks this year even at an optimistic estimate: Koyomi, Konosuba, Delta, Rezero, LLS, Utapri4, Haikyuu3, Tourabu. 5 ongoing franchises, 3 sequels. And some of those are questionable. Anything beyond those would be considered a dark horse at this point. And while we should usually expect a dark horse, uh, this year isn’t inspiring that kind of confidence.

  7. Mari says:

    We need a surprise megahit original for male otaku.

  8. shira says:

    Do you know how Tsukiuta is doing? It was funded by Animate as part of their 30th anniversary, one episode has the main cast work at an Animate store and promote merchandising that is being sold in real life. The only places selling the BD/DVDs are their store and movic, Amazon and other stores aren’t selling it as far as I know. It has been ranking at Animate, not as high as Utapri 5th stage or Love Live Sunshine, and unlike the other idol projects aimed at women they don’t have a heroine/self-insert, next episode featuring the female idols of the franchise.

    • something something says:

      With it being Animate only, there’s no way to tell. Like yeah it ranking at Animate is good, but less meaningful than with normal releases because its Animate ranking should by definition be inflated as that’s the only place to get it.

      It may not matter however, because there’s a real chance it’ll never get reported by Oricon. Animate does report to Oricon, but that only matters if the disc is in Oricon’s database. And right now a search for ツキウタ on Oricon’s public site doesn’t list the volumes at all (just a live event disc).

      This is similar to Diabolik Lovers’ first season, which was also Animate only (for LE anyway) and never got into Oricon’s database and thus was never reported. A search for DIABOLIK LOVERS on Oricon only brings up the REs, a DVD box, a stage event, and the sequel (which -was not- an Animate exclusive, and thus reported by Oricon).

      Based on this I would expect Tsukiuta’s sales to never get reported, unfortunately, regardless of whether it sells well or not.

  9. Jane says:

    I’m aware Walkure’s Album is selling pretty well but as for Disc sales it’s seems the opposite around, is there a reason why the first volume sold below 13k. Most of the fans of the series had high expectations on the show, are Japanese fans not satisfied with it? Could there be a miracle and volume 2 boost Delta chances of reaching at least 20k or as you said in one of your post above the event ticket that’s being held could that help?

    • something something says:

      Vol 1 already had the event ticket, so it won’t help Vol 2. A v2 never sells more than a v1 unless 1) v1 was massively understocked and never got fully restocked (Garupan) or 2) v2 comes with some bonus and v1 did not, or v2 has a better bonus. Neither is the case for Delta.

      I see the best case scenario for Delta being 11k average. It could be 9-10k depending on how big the ticket drop is. This isn’t -bad-, but it’s very much not in the same realm as Frontier.

      If Delta had not also included an event ticket with the CD and only put it in the BD, v1 likely would have sold much more. It’s questionable whether that would have generated more overall revenue than their CD+BD approach, however.

      • hpulley says:

        The first Macross OP/ED CD had a mini-live ticket (different from the album/BD1 live) but the 2nd OP/ED CD has no event ticket and as such had much lower CD sales so I fear there will be a noticeable drop in ticket-less BD sales V2 onward.

        But 111K and still climbing CD sales for the album are good. The margins might be better on CDs and don’t forget those who ‘win’ the concert lottery have to buy the actual concert tickets as well and will probably buy light sticks, t-shirts, etc. You can buy concert merch beforehand or even if you don’t end up going. If they can add a second concert ticket for the 9th BD that might help the BD average a little but overall the franchise is such a merch machine (plastic models, figures, dakimakura, etc.) that I’m sure it is making money even with lower BD sales than earlier series.

        Overall it is probably still making less than the earlier series in the franchise but jeez, it’s over 30 years old. I think it’s held up pretty well, given it’s age and the gaps between the series. Monogatari, another successful long runner has lost so much in just 7 years from 80K down to under 30K. 50K to 10K would be striking for Macross but still good considering all other factors.

  10. something something says:

    Updated for the full list.

    Additions from the per-series ranking for the week of 2016-08-01:

    Re:Zero v2 = 8,917 wk2 / 9,422 current
    • 1,734 total minus 1,484 (BD v2wk2 + BD v1wk7) = 250 DVD v2wk2
    • It’s possible some of this is DVD v1wk7 but that would be such a tiny amount.

    Bungou Stray Dogs v1 = 8,428 wk7
    • 1,164 total minus 1,101 (BD+DVD v2wk2) = 63 v1wk6
    • Gave it to DVD because DVD ranked to wk4 while BD only ranked to wk2. Again, doesn’t really matter which I give it to though.

    Persona 3 #4 Winter of Rebirth = 19,945 wk1 / 21,724 current
    • 19,945 total minus 19,735 (wk1 LE/RE BD and LE DVD) = 210 RE DVDs wk1

  11. hanok says:

    rezero despite all the hype and being talk alot everywhere seems it is still struggle to sold as good as Overlord, that didn’t get the same response as rezero, curious how the other volumes will do.

  12. AnimePhoenix says:

    Joker Game is my last bright spot for both Spring and this upcoming dead Summer seasons when most of my faves are going to flop.

    Sniff.

  13. uchiha madara says:

    hope joker gamer across 9k-10k
    also nice to see re:zero vol.1 for 8th week !!
    it’s will maybe reach 12k or 13k after long time maybe,vol.2 probably will reach 11k

  14. Anonymous says:

    What are the current estimates for Love Live Sunshine?

    • Ejc says:

      48.1K Vol.1 estimate, which is not as good as the 59K estimate, Love Live S2 Vol.1 had (82.5K week 1 in reality due to Love Live always having strong storefront performace at Animate, gamers, etc).

      Aqours is not Muse, so they’re expected to not do as well, so early after their debut in 2015. Even the creators don’t expect much so early, as their first live is in a small venue (only 12000 cPacity each over 2 days).

      • Jim says:

        I know there were some fans on reddit debating whether they were pushing Sunshine out too soon. Muse was introduced in Dengeki G’s in mid-2010, and the first season of the anime didn’t come out until early 2013, so they had about 2.5 years to build up their song library and introduce people to the characters and performers through magazine articles, CD singles, manga, Radio CDs, and concerts (the first live concert was held in 2012) before the anime came out. Aquors was only introduced just over a year ago, and for the majority of that time Muse was still active and commanding the lion’s share of the attention – they’ve really only had the spotlight to themselves for about six months now, and haven’t had nearly as much buildup – just a few articles and a handful of singles. In fairness they probably don’t need quite as much time, since the Love Live brand name is established now, but it still feels like we hardly knew them when Sunshine premiered, compared to how much more material was out there for the original group.

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