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2017 03/20 – 03/26 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 11 4,986 4,986 1 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 v1
2 12 4,557 4,557 1 Tsukiuta. The Animation v7
3 24 1,598 1,598 1 Natsume Yuujin-chou Go v4
4 28 1,401 1,401 1 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v1
5 32 1,310 1,310 1 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v4 (v10)
6 33 1,308 1,308 1 Youkai Watch v7
9 44 989 989 1 Macross Delta v9
12 57 756 756 1 Super Lovers 2 v1
13 62 3 692 6,289 2 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v4
15 68 638 638 1 Demi-chan wa Kataritai v1
17 74 5 583 4,170 2 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou v4
18 77 54 558 91,228 141 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
19 78 553 553 1 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v2
20 79 33 550 5,574 3 YuuGiOu The Dark Side of Dimensions
22 92 478 478 1 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v3
24 99 393 393 1 WWW.Working!! v5
25 391 391 1 Gabriel Dropout v1
26 387 387 1 Oishinbo DVD Box v2
28 383 383 1 Gangsta. v3
29 316 316 1 Hime-chan no Ribbon DVD Box
30 312 312 1 Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama v3
226 226 1 Masamune-kun no Revenge v1
174 174 1 Urara Meirochou v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
8 6,943 6,943 1 B-Project: Brilliant Party
14 3,772 3,772 1 AD-Live 2016 v4
21 1,791 1,791 1 Ensemble Stars! Shiritsu Yumenosaku Gakuin Dream Festival
22 1,678 1,678 1 Eguchi Takuya no Oretachi Datte Motto Iyasaretai! v1
29 1,378 1,378 1 Fuki Commune Fuki Fes. 2016 Live
40 1,076 1,076 1 AD-Live 2016 v3
52 835 835 1 Otomate Party 2016
61 694 694 1 Onosaka Masaya? Onishi O+K 2.5-jigen Animation v4
93 470 470 1 Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san. & Kiitemasu yo, Azazel-san. G Presents Battle desu yo, Azazel-san.G
163 3,399 3 Mizuki Nana Live Park x MTV Unplugged: Mizuki Nana

2017 03/20 – 03/26 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 3 46,156 46,156 1 Love Live! Sunshine!! v7
2 7 15,819 15,819 1 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 v1
3 9 10,069 10,069 1 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v1
4 11 7,416 7,416 1 Tsukiuta. The Animation v7
5 14 6,237 6,237 1 Macross Delta v9
6 18 4,727 4,727 1 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v2
7 20 4,164 4,164 1 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v3
8 21 14 4,125 46,455 9 Love Live! Sunshine!! v5
9 22 4,111 4,111 1 Brave Witches v2
10 24 3,475 3,475 1 Meitantei Conan 20th Anniversary Movie BD Box: The Anniversary Collection v2 (2017-2016)
11 27 15 3,030 43,748 5 Love Live! Sunshine!! v6
12 28 2,830 2,830 1 Gabriel Dropout v1
13 30 2,780 2,780 1 Natsume Yuujin-chou Go v4
14 34 2,157 2,157 1 Hidamari Sketch x Honeycomb BD Box
15 35 2,049 2,049 1 Demi-chan wa Kataritai v1
17 40 1,686 1,686 1 Uchouten Kazoku BD Box
18 42 1,528 1,528 1 Rewrite v7
19 44 1,420 1,420 1 WWW.Working!! v5
20 46 1,387 1,387 1 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v4 (v10)
49 1,229 1,229 1 Mahou Shoujo Ikusei Keikaku v4
56 1,046 1,046 1 Long Riders! v3
58 953 953 1 Masamune-kun no Revenge v1
61 885 885 1 Urara Meirochou v1
69 713 713 1 Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume v4
71 708 708 1 Super Lovers 2 v1
73 4 667 7,564 2 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v4
74 659 659 1 Oishinbo BD Box v2
75 6 658 5,018 2 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou v4
78 626 626 1 Stella no Mahou v4
79 603 603 1 Gangsta. v3
81 11 574 2,904 2 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon v1
86 112 498 35,250 14 Love Live! Sunshine!! v4
90 5 455 5,028 2 Hibike! Euphonium 2 v4
92 13 427 11,933 3 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v3
95 410 410 1 ChäoS;Child v0
98 387 387 1 ChäoS;Child v1
99 381 381 1 Fune wo Amu v2
100 380 380 1 Hand Shakers v1
249 249 1 Seiken Tsukai no World Break BD Box
213 213 1 Idol Jihen v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
10 8,133 8,133 1 B-Project: Brilliant Party
16 4,809 4,809 1 AD-Live 2016 v4
37 1,949 1,949 1 Ensemble Stars! Shiritsu Yumenosaku Gakuin Dream Festival
41 1,548 1,548 1 Otomate Party 2016
47 1,339 1,339 1 AD-Live 2016 v3
80 8 600 4,624 2 Mimori Suzuko Live Tour 2016: Grand Revue Final at Nippon Budoukan
84 19 521 15,290 3 Mizuki Nana Live Park x MTV Unplugged: Mizuki Nana
96 404 404 1 Imai Asami Music Video Collection 2013-2015

 

Winter update:
Konosuba s2 v1 sells 10069/1401, total 11,470. 9.2%/42.8% overestimated. No event ticket but it does have a little game packaged in like s1. This is better than s1v1wk1’s 9.5k but that volume had a significant tail and reached 13.6k. This volume has a shot of beating that though.

Gabdro v1 sells 2830/391, total 3,221. Event ticket. 55.5% under/36.2% overestimated. As expected, Stalker applying the high price penalty to the BD version resulted in heavy underestimation, just like BokuMachi (50% under). So you can probably expect Youjo to be upwards of 50% underestimated on BD as well. Gabdro ended up doing not as well as I’d hoped, but better than I’d feared. I hope it can hold onto a 3k average at least…

Demi-chan v1 sells 2049/638, total 2,687. Event ticket. 0.6%/16.2% overestimated.

Super Lovers s2 v1 sells 708/756, total 1,464. 27.6% under/6.9% overestimated. No event ticket this time, hence the much lower start I guess.

Masamune-kun v1 sells 953/226, total 1,179. Event ticket. 20.8/42.6% overestimated.

Urara v1 sells 885/174, total 1,059. Event ticket. 16.1/47.0% overestimated. Virtually a fuckin fractale (note: on BD, DVD ranked later), just like Flip Flappers (883). Expected, but still sucks, a lot.

Chaos;Child v0 sells 410 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 36.5% overestimated.
v1 sells 387 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 33.8% overestimated.

Hand Shakers v1 sells 380 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 208.9% underestimated, amusingly enough, for what that’s worth at such low numbers.

Idol Jihen v1 sells 213 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 41.2% overestimated. Event ticket.

Maid Dragon v1 adds 574 BDs, total 3,313.

Vol. 1s unranked in either format so far:
Idol Jihen

Fall update:
Natsume s5 v4 sells 2780/1598, total 4,378.

Stray Dogs s2 v4 sells 1387/1310, total 2,697. Was trending above s1 for v1-2, but behind for 3+.

G Tekketsu v2 sells 4727/553, total 5,280.
v3 sells 4164/478, total 4,642. Yes, two volumes at once from here on out. And you can see the vol on vol drop even for two volumes released the same day.

Brave Witches v2 sells 4,111 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Mahoiku v4, final volume, sells 1,229 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 1,329.

Long Riders v3 sells 1,046 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Takkyuu Musume v4 sells 713 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Stella no Mahou v4, final volume, sells 626 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 670.

Fune wo Amu v2, final volume, sells 381 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 702.

Utapri s4 v3 adds 427 BDs, total 17,092.

Tourabu v4 adds 667/692, total 13,853.

Haikyuu s3 v4 adds 658/583, total 9,188. That brings the average back over 10k (10,214) but v5 is going to have to not drop at all on v4 if it wants to claim 10k average without waiting for mid-year rankings.

Euphonium 2 v4 adds 455 BDs, total 6,356.

Vol. 1s unranked in either format so far:
Idol Memories

 
Past seasons:
LL Sunshine v7, final volume, sells 46,156. Series average: 50,124.
v4 adds 498, total 35,250. Event tickets driving some small v3-4 increases lately, presumably from a well “I bought 5 of 7 vols for tickets, might as well buy the other two” bump.
v5 adds 4125, total 46,455.
v6 adds 3030, total 43,748. So far the event ticket announcements have added roughly 34k additional discs across v5-7 compared to what they’d do normally, an increase of 4.9k to the overall average. But with v7 starting the same as v2 (which got to 60k), there’s no telling how much more ticket boost is left.

Tsukiuta v7, final volume, sells 7416/4557, total 11,973. Event ticket. That’s a hell of a boost – the previous best-selling volume was 7,096 total. I suppose it goes without saying that this is the work of the event ticket. Series average: 7,196.

Macross Delta v9, final volume, sells 6237/989, total 7,226. Series average: 9,355.

Rewrite v7, final volume, sells 1,528 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 1,894.

Gangsta v3 sells 603/383, total 986. Yes, that Gangsta, the Summer 2015 show. It *finally* released v3, and as expected sales are way down. v3 won’t even reach half of v2. v2 was released in October 2015.

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Hidamari s4 BD Box sells 2,157.

Uchouten BD Box sells 1,686. Not huge, but pretty significant for a series that only averaged 2.3k.

World Break BD Box sells 249.

 

Upcoming Releases for 2017 03/27 – 04/02
2017/03/29 elDLIVE v1
2017/03/29 91Days v6
2017/03/29 Amanchu! v7
2017/03/29 BTOOOM! BD Box
2017/03/29 Fate/Grand Order: First Order
2017/03/29 Fuuka v1
2017/03/29 Girlish Number v4
2017/03/29 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v10
2017/03/29 Keijo!!!!!!!! v5
2017/03/29 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v5
2017/03/29 Kuzu no Honkai v1
2017/03/29 Lostorage incited WIXOSS v4
2017/03/29 Marginal#4: Kiss kara Tsukuru Big Bang v1
2017/03/29 Nanbaka v5
2017/03/29 Nejimaki Seirei Senki: Tenkyou no Alderamin v7
2017/03/29 Schoolgirl Strikers Animation Channel v1
2017/03/29 Senki Zesshou Symphogear BD Box
2017/03/29 Shokugeki no Souma: Ni no Sara v7
2017/03/29 Shuumatsu no Izetta v4
2017/03/29 Strike The Blood II OVA v3
2017/03/29 ViVid Strike! v4
2017/03/31 Omoide no Anime Library v66
2017/03/31 Omoide no Anime Library v67
2017/03/31 Sousei no Onmyouji: Tenchimeidou-hen
2017/03/31 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4

Five more v1s this week.

52 Responses to “2017 03/20 – 03/26 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Avatar Liver says:

    Do LL Sunshine vol 5 and 6 still have stock issue?

    • something something says:

      At least at Amazon, 6 is in stock but 5 is out of stock again.

      • Avatar Liver says:

        Hmm so I guess Yoi will be the best selling anime in 2016?
        Kinda sad LLS vol 7 only sells 46k. I wonder if it’s bcs the 1st concert was not really good or Love liver busy with Kemofure (just like everyone else)

        • something something says:

          You’re forgetting what long legs LL has. v2 “only” started at 45k, so v7 actually started higher. And v2 went to 60k. YOI’s position isn’t safe yet.

          • Avatar Yaoi-Senpai says:

            As long as YOI is the second most sold anime in 2016, I won’t feel sad. Look at Vol.3 sold more than 55k+ without event ticket. I just hope that all the volume of YOI sell more than 50k copies. And remember, if Sunshine didn’t get the last 3 event ticket, I guess their average will go to less than 45k, maybe even 40k

          • Avatar JJ says:

            Sunshine has a really big deficit to make up for. I dont think a 55k v5/6 and a 60k v7 will do it. They would need YoI v4/5/6 to average less than 45k which is possible but looking more and more unlikely. I said before that a 60k v5/6/7 average could do it but it would be close and I dont know if sunshine is even going to so that. They are sort of disppointing numbers as an LL fan, but I guess they are to be expected. V1 had a big price advantage so expecting v7 to perform like that was always a pipe dream.

            • something something says:

              It’s all gonna come down to how many more weeks of 3-4k additions v5-6 have left in them. That’s a total mystery at the moment. I guess if v6 stays in stock all this week, we’ll know it’s getting close to saturation, but I’m guessing it’s not done yet.

              • Avatar JJ says:

                I really hope they do. Ideally, they both have 10k left in them (well ideally more than 10k but I don’t want to get too crazy) v5 wont be restocked until April 14th so we have some time to wait.

            • Avatar Ejc says:

              We can clearly see that Aqours isn’t as popular as μ’s, as 35,000 fans (Vol.4 has the lowest sales) bought the whole of Sunshine compared to 51,000~52,000 fans (Vol.5 has the lowest sales) bought the whole of Love Live Season 2.

              This just shows that μ’s disbanding has caused a significant portion of the Love Live fanbase to leave the franchise or sit on the fence (but just how long can fans stay undecided is the question).

              It seems unlikely we will see a significant increase in sales between Sunshine Season 1 and Season 2 as we saw with Love Live Season 1 and Season 2, because the difference is that μ’s had a lot of room to grow between Season 1 and Season 2, while Aqours just needed to retain the fanbase.

              One big question that must be pondered is can Aqours even completely fill Tokyo Dome over 2 days as μ’s easily did, and have 150,000 attendance at the cinemas? That has to be Aqours’ biggest goal in the long run.

        • Avatar Jim says:

          The general consensus I’ve heard from the fanbase is that Aqours’ 1st Live was better/more polished than u’s 1st Live – but of course u’s 1st Live was performed a year before the TV show started and long before the hype train really took off, so they weren’t under quite as much pressure, either. I haven’t seen u’s 1st Live to compare, but I went to one of those theatrical streams of the Aqours concert and quite enjoyed it.

          Also, it’s way too early to be disappointed in Sunshine 7 – Love Live volumes always have good tails and this one should be no different.

          • Avatar sup says:

            of course it’s more polished. especially since the majority of the population have no clue what u’s even was when their 1st live was performed.
            nowadays (in Japan), even non-anime watchers knows about Love live since it’s practically advertised everywhere.

  2. Avatar Mami Kawada Lover says:

    Given how Maid Dragon didn’t chart again this week, I guess it’s safe to assume that it’s confirmed that it’s gonna be a sales flop?

    Also, how’s Fuuka gonna do? Will it do at least 1k?

    • something something says:

      A 2.3k wk1 BD of course isn’t going to rank wk2 with a 1387 threshold. Wait for the full list.

      Fuuka should easily clear 1k, yes.

      • Avatar Mami Kawada Lover says:

        Is 2k too much to ask for for Fuuka, though?

      • Avatar Mami Kawada Lover says:

        Speaking of Fuuka, really weird how it seems it could outsell Seiren and Masamune-kun (whose sales are already out), which is odd considering both of those other series seem to have more popularity both in Japan and the West, and have more active discussions on anime websites.

        • something something says:

          Disc sales can’t be used to determine popularity that directly. Not when we’re talking about small differences anyway. Fuuka may simply do a better job converting its print fanbase to anime buyers than some other series – though clearly not *that* good a job since it’ll be lucky to average 2k.

  3. Avatar PP says:

    I’d assume releasing 2 volumes on the same day only hurts you, people might not have enough money to buy both and next month they might not come back to buy the other one.

  4. Avatar hayate197 says:

    I expect Tsukiuta sell more because see Tsukiuta dominated on Animate Daily ranking make me hyped. However, this number is still good.

    • Avatar AnimePhoenix says:

      It was near impossible to predict how Tsukiuta would do because it wasn’t on Amazon Stalker but the event ticket made the last volume sell really well.

  5. Avatar Para says:

    1800 sales for Working v5 isn’t giving me much hope for a 5th season being picked up, then again after seeing the huge drop off between season 2 & 3 in the series data I suppose I should be happy enough that a 4th season was even considered.

  6. Avatar Yaoi-Senpai says:

    I’m I blind or is Super Lovers 2 v1 is missing? Or it will be available in the full list?

    I can’t wait to see YOI Vol.4 sales! It will be next week. :3

  7. Avatar NukaCola says:

    Well theres Hand Shakers. Really glad some people bought it, its such a charming show. Ill have to wait for Funi to bring it out here, but Ive been watching it twice a week. Tazuna love.

    Super Lovers getting love too is lovely, Ren.

    Apart from Tsukiuta/HQ/IBO most of my shows are low sellers, sad.

  8. Avatar Other says:

    Are shows more likely to crater in at <1k when there's a ton of new releases in the same week?

    • something something says:

      I’ve not run the numbers in depth, but since most shows do most of their first week sales from preorders, how busy a week is doesn’t seem to matter. I think we see more <1k bombs in heavy weeks simply because heavy weeks by definition have more releases.

      Where crowded weeks have an effect is on bumping up the reporting thresholds, making it harder for titles with lower sales to rank. Now that we get the Biz leaks for v1s and BD boxes that's largely alleviated, but a low-seller can lose a couple hundred discs to high thresholds on the DVD rankings at least.

  9. Avatar AholePony says:

    Ouch those Urara sales. I guess this proves there are approximately 880 yuri anime fans in japan lol. That was a really cute show that grew on you over time like a good SoL tends to. If anything it might have had a slow start that hurt it? I know it took about 4 episodes for me to be fully on board the Urara train. Who knows, otaku are fickle beings. Nice to see Gabdro and Demi-chan pull fairly solid numbers. Combined with Kemono friends, I hope this proves there’s juuust enough of an iyashkei fan base out there for producers to keep adapting their works and I can get an Amanchu every season or two.

  10. Avatar NukaCola says:

    Oh Hand Shakers is just releasing as 2, 6 episode sets?

  11. Avatar invalidname says:

    OMG, Rewrite. I actually feel bad for them for having committed to a second season with sales like these. It’s less than 1/10 what Key shows did back in the day, and even Little Busters beat 10K.

  12. Avatar Yaoi-Senpai says:

    YOI fans, how much will Vol.4 sell? I just hope it will sell like vol.3.

    • Avatar Cyssa says:

      IF Stalker is still underestimating YOI sales in the same way as before, I expect the first week get between 45k and 47k. I really hope that sales of vol. 4 come quite close to the 57k of vol.3. (Sorry for the english).

  13. Avatar Airi says:

    How did B-Project Brilliant Party (concert event) do in its first week? Anyone has the number? It should’ve easily sold more than 10k. Thanks.

    • something something says:

      8133/6943, total 15,076 wk1.

      • Avatar Yaoi-Senpai says:

        WHAT??? BETTER THAN THE ANIME!

      • Avatar Airi says:

        Thanks. I guess if we treat this as vol.7, B-Pro’s final average should be closer to 11k (just for my personal reference). This is something I like to do for events (concerts, seiyuu etc) that are in high demand since their DVD/BDs tend to drive a very sizable chunk of revenues.
        B-Pro’s event-ticket volumes (vol.1&2) have a combined sales of 31k so I think there should be a decent chance Brilliant Party can at least hit 20k in the coming weeks.

  14. Avatar Shazam says:

    Wasn’t Konosuba’s vol 1 released a few days ago?So this means these are not final first week numbers?

    • something something says:

      It was released on March 24th. This reporting period covers March 20 to 26.

      • Avatar Shazam says:

        So in 2 days it sold this much?Have to wait till next week then for actual numbers.

        • something something says:

          3 days (reports are Mon-Sun), but either way it doesn’t make much difference. There are two sources of sales for a title in its release week: preorders and in-person purchases.

          Preorders are all counted on the day before release, and release day itself. That makes up well over half of first week sales, on average. So Konosuba registered most of its sales on Oricon on 3/23 and 3/24. In-person purchases are also heavily focused on release day (again, often Wed or Fri), and people who can’t get it right away probably wait until they have free time on the weekend.

          So between preorders and release-day/weekend pickups, Konosuba 2 v1 has already sold a large majority of the discs it will ever sell. The wk1 sales it would gain from having come out earlier in the week are, while not negligible, certainly very small. Maybe a few hundred, but that would just be offset by a slightly smaller wk2.

          You may be thinking about it in terms of manga sales. It is true that manga/novels can have significantly higher or lower wk2 sales depending on how many days they were on sale during wk1. But print is much less preorder-heavy than late night anime BDs are, so BDs don’t share this effect.

          (Typically when a wk2 is large relative to wk1 sales, it indicates that there was insufficient stock in the first week, and some people had to wait until the second week for retailers to restock.)

  15. Avatar Yaoi-Senpai says:

    “Ensemble Stars! Shiritsu Yumenosaku Gakuin Dream Festival”

    Wtf is this?

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