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Full list. 123 DVD threshold, 142 BD.

2017 05/15 – 05/21 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 3 7,482 7,482 1 Koe no Katachi
2 5 6,087 6,087 1 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v6
3 14 1,405 1,405 1 Yowamushi Pedal New Generation v2
6 24 4 778 4,968 2 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v5
7 34 511 511 1 Days v8
10 43 12 423 19,469 4 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v1
11 44 419 419 1 Hibike! Euphonium 2 v6
12 45 44 411 16,122 4 Yuuri!!! on Ice v5
13 47 401 401 1 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon v3
16 61 329 329 1 Magic-Kyun! Renaissance v6
17 63 313 313 1 Mahoutsukai Precure! v16
18 64 55 306 94,854 149 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
19 71 276 276 1 Mahoutsukai Precure! v15
20 77 241 241 1 Little Witch Academia v2
24 23 144 1,137 2 Naruto Shippuuden: Naruto to Sasuke no Shou v2
25 129 19,453 28 Meitantei Conan: Junkoku no Nightmare
26 129 6,595 4 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v5
27 127 42,364 147 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)
28 125 10,549 60 Doraemon Movie: Nobita no Kyouryuu 2006 (re-release)
30 123 16,883 8 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4

Other releases (concerts etc)

2017 05/15 – 05/21 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 25,078 25,078 1 Koe no Katachi LE
2 3 7,665 7,665 1 Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru v6
3 7 5,442 5,442 1 Koe no Katachi RE
4 8 5,403 5,403 1 Hibike! Euphonium 2 v6
5 11 2,827 2,827 1 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon v3
6 12 2,684 2,684 1 Little Witch Academia v2
7 15 3 1,753 11,083 2 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v5
9 17 1,669 1,669 1 Show By Rock!!# v6
11 20 1,341 1,341 1 Yowamushi Pedal New Generation v2
13 23 1,250 1,250 1 Shingeki no Bahamut Genesis BD Box
14 25 1,015 1,015 1 Mahoutsukai Precure! v4
15 27 881 881 1 Katekyou Hitman Reborn! BD Box v2
16 29 724 724 1 Magic-Kyun! Renaissance v6
20 38 9 547 30,299 4 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v1
41 20 477 40,517 4 Yuuri!!! on Ice v5
49 376 376 1 Days v8
61 64 279 64,609 9 Love Live! Sunshine!! v7
64 276 5,229 3 Gun x Sword BD Box
75 56 214 41,963 8 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4
90 67 160 43,591 13 Yuuri!!! on Ice v3

Other releases (concerts etc)
57 16 315 1,513 2 Taketatsu Ayana Live 2016-2017: Lyrical Concerto

 

Spring update:
Granblue v1 adds 547/423, total 49,768. No 50k yet but next week should do it.

Winter update:
Kobayashi-san v3 sells 2827/401, total 3,228.

LWA v2 sells 2684/241, total 2,925.

Yowapedal NG v2 sells 1341/1405, total 2,746.

 
Past seasons:
Tourabu v5 adds 129 DVDs, total 14,056.
v6, final volume, sells 7665/6087, total 13,752. Series average: 16,256.

Euphonium s2 v6 sells 5403/419, total 5,822.

Show By Rock s2 v6, final volume, sells 1,669 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 2,054.

Magic-kyun v6 sells 724/329, total 1,053.

Days v8 sells 376/511, total 887.

LL Sunshine v7, final volume, adds 279, total 64,609. Series average: 54,390.

YOI v3 adds 160 BDs, total 61,384.
v4 adds 214/123, total 58,846.
v5 adds 477/411, total 56,639. Series average is 63,725 with one volume remaining.

Utapri s4 v5 adds 1753/778, total 16,051.

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Koe no Katachi sells 25078/5442 BDs and 7482 DVDs, total 38,002.

Shingeki no Bahamut BD Box sells 1,250.

Hitman Reborn BD Box v2 sells 881.

Gun x Sword BD Box adds 276, total 5,229.

 

Upcoming Releases for 2017 05/22 – 05/28
2017/05/24 All Out!! v5
2017/05/24 BanG Dream! v1
2017/05/24 Demi-chan wa Kataritai v3
2017/05/24 Drifters v5 (DVD single)
2017/05/24 Fuuka v3
2017/05/24 Gabriel Dropout v3
2017/05/24 Gintama. v2
2017/05/24 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v2
2017/05/24 Hand Shakers v2
2017/05/24 High School Fleet OVA
2017/05/24 Idol Jihen v3
2017/05/24 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v12
2017/05/24 Long Riders! v5
2017/05/24 Lostorage incited WIXOSS v6
2017/05/24 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei BD Box
2017/05/24 Marginal#4: Kiss kara Tsukuru Big Bang v3
2017/05/24 Masamune-kun no Revenge v3
2017/05/24 Nanbaka v7
2017/05/24 Puzzle & Dragon Cross DVD Box v3
2017/05/24 Rewrite 2nd Season v2 (v9)
2017/05/24 Schoolgirl Strikers v3
2017/05/24 Shuumatsu no Izetta v6
2017/05/24 Strike The Blood II OVA v4
2017/05/24 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou v1
2017/05/24 Udon no Kuni no Kin’iro Kemari v6
2017/05/24 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v6
2017/05/24 WWW.Working!! v7
2017/05/24 Youjo Senki v2
2017/05/26 Brave Witches v4
2017/05/26 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v6 (v12)
2017/05/26 ChäoS;Child v3
2017/05/26 Chiruran: Nibun no Ichi
2017/05/26 Classicaloid v5
2017/05/26 Gangsta. v5
2017/05/26 Girlish Number v6
2017/05/26 Idol Memories v3
2017/05/26 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v6
2017/05/26 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v7
2017/05/26 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v3
2017/05/26 Lupin the IIIrd: Chikemuri no Ishikawa Goemon
2017/05/26 Omoide no Anime Library v63
2017/05/26 Omoide no Anime Library v70
2017/05/26 Omoide no Anime Library v72
2017/05/26 One Room
2017/05/26 Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume v6
2017/05/26 Soushin Shoujo Matoi v5 (DVD single)
2017/05/26 Super Lovers 2 v3
2017/05/26 Trickster: Edogawa Ranpo Shounen Tanteidan yori v5
2017/05/26 Urara Meirochou v3
2017/05/26 Yuuri!!! on Ice v6

42 Responses to “2017 05/15 – 05/21 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    I thought KNK will sell more than 80k copies tbh. But 30k is not that bad.

    Next week final volume will be out. I can’t wait to watch Welcome to the madness as well.

    • something something says:

      Just another example of the total non-correlation of box office and video disc sales. I also hear that its audience is mainly teenagers, who generally don’t/can’t buy physical media.

    • Yaoi-Senpai says:

      Oh, just now I noticed the avg of Hanamaru. Not that bad, tho I’m not a fan of that show.

      Oh, and welcome to the madness was short sadly :( Many YOI fans are showing off, I’m happy for them and I feel so bad I HATE YOU FUNIMATION. F*** U.
      So now if YOI sold more than 58k copies, the avg is still 60k so I don’t need to worry.

  2. Exukvera says:

    The fact is that with the growth of streaming, the BD/DVD market is becoming more and more irrelevant.
    Why bother piling stuff at home when you can watch it online wherever you are with the same quality at a cheaper price?
    The Oricon rank is becoming more like the measure of a series’ popularity among avid collectors instead of its acceptance by the general public.

    • hpulley says:

      You can watch it online until the streaming rights expire… only way to guarantee you can watch it forever is to own the physical media and a player you can maintain. I still watch my anime VHS tapes…. yes, really! Physical media collectors aren’t satisfied by ‘owning’ the ‘rights to stream’; we like to handle it and display it. But we might be a dying breed. Having the ability to watch it on my device too is nice but no Japan streamer lets me do that from here and I don’t know of any R1 producer which does that either. I believe you still need a Funimation membership to watch it online even if you buy the discs.

      Koe no Katachi, can it be streamed legally in Japan? I haven’t seen a western streaming or home video announcement. I bought the import but I’m surprised Pony Canyon USA hasn’t announced it; perhaps it did poorly in USA theaters. They didn’t bother to release it at all here in Canada.

      • Siliziumleben says:

        Anime Limited in UK is already selling it digitally.

        I am not sure, but I think Pony Canyon does not have international rights for this one.

      • NukaCola says:

        This. Physical is best way of being able to watch stuff. Online streaming and archiving has issues…the site youre watching could have downtime meaning you cant watch something when you want (Crunchyroll on weekends), AMZN has had downtime with their cloud randomly going down, perhaps needing to maintain online access while watching something because of DRM, or perhaps being able to only watch stuff on a limited number of devices, or content going down due to rights (for me, theres no way I can watch say rewatch my favorite Gundam, gAGE, very regret not getting the sub bds from jpn)Also just other random issues, harddrive could die where the video download to own is stored, OS failure, corrupt files, limited ability to redownload.

        • something something says:

          This is why, despite me having a CR subscription, I feel like HorribleSubs is an absolutely vital service. I back up every single episode I watch via their rips. I’ll never actually watch 99% of the eps I download from them (and I’ll have the BDs for shows I liked), but I still want that assurance that a show can’t completely disappear if a license expires or some other nonsense happens.

          So digital rips actually fill most of the needs physical media used to serve (and they’re, well, subbed). So buying physical media for me is much more about supporting the show than the discs being particularly practical. I also like the idea of expressing most of my financial support for a show in BD terms, because I feel like the best market for me is one in which the show itself is the main product, rather than all the goods surrounding it (most of which I am not interested in).

          Unfortunately that’s an increasingly small minority view nowadays.

          • hpulley says:

            People often say “buy the merch to support the show” but unless you know the figure sales end up supporting the show, you can’t be sure. Buying the discs is still the best way to support the anime; conversely buying the source material is the best way to support the author as they don’t get much from disc sales in most cases and are better served by sales of their books.

            I don’t like downloading and storing the shows so my discs get good use when I’m rewatching. I enjoy opening the package each time and watching the final versions along with the bonus features. But perhaps that’s just me. I haven’t been rewatching as much as I used to as I have barely enough time to watch my simulcasts some days but it is nice to know I can rewatch it anytime I want to unless there is a power failure. Guess I need a BD enabled laptop for that …

            • AholePony says:

              I was just having this conversation the other day with my parents. I wonder what all of your ages above are because my theory is that us “oldies” on the internet have lived long enough on the ‘net to see many things disappear for good. I’m not sure if it’s paranoia or not, but we all know of some out of print anime from the past 20 years that you literally cannot obtain easily anymore, or you try to find a torrent for Catgirl Nuku Nuku or something and it’s stuck at that lonely 0 seeders. I still hoard anime like those above and am thankful that I have physical copies of all of my very favorite series and movies just in case. I still haven’t seen Song of the South again (I saw it in theaters upon re-release in ’86) and I would LOVE to but Disney has made it vanish for the most part.

              Only time will tell though, things might be more permanent in the modern internet than the old days, I just don’t quite trust it or these corporations yet.

              • hpulley says:

                I am also old, having started watching anime in the ’70s and yes, I have already experienced shows going away forever. Unless it’s in my hands it can be taken away. And hard drives don’t last forever either so please copy to new media every five years or so if you’re relying on downloaded torrents. Whole servers can also go away as we’ve seen recently so relying on others to back up your shows is unreliable at best.

                Beyond the trust factor I am old enough that it only feels like I own something if it is tangible. Owning a “digital copy” or worse yet, the right to stream it doesn’t feel like I own anything. I know those rights could go away and unless you keep old computers around you may even lose the ability to play that old downloaded media in the future if digital copyright goes even further than it does today. Paranoid? Yes by but as you say once you’ve experienced this once you know it can happen again.

                • something something says:

                  You are in an extremely rare position of being able to watch those JP BDs in Japanese though, of course. So even though I buy boatloads of JP BDs, I can’t rely on them as my only backups (unless I only ever want to watch a handful of slice of life shows I can deal with raw). So relying on digital rips with subs is pretty much required for most, whether they import the BDs or not.

                  • hpulley says:

                    True. I am still surprised that many or most collectors buy to support and collect, not to actually watch the Blurays perhaps more than once to do comparisons, if even once.

                    This is why I enjoy watching live Japanese TV streams and was sad when my old goto site nosub was shut down. And why I prefer Crunchyroll and even Netflix and Prime where I can turn off the subs. Funi and TAN are hard coded as is the dark site I have to use now. If I weren’t so busy I’m sure I could find raw torrents myself.

                    • Anonymous says:

                      You could just set up an RSS feed on nyaa.si that auto-pulls releases by which ever shareraw group you prefer. It’ll save time in the long run.

              • NukaCola says:

                I wasnt even born then. lol

                Though I dont know if one really has to be old as at least here in US, some shows have just gone OOP because companies left (Star Driver and other bandai stuff for example), or stuff just never got released (someday I can own Sacred Seven…)

                I wish I could buy some old shows (daisuki has been helpful seeing old stuff, Id definitely want to buy Vifam for example)

          • Wandering Wastrel says:

            I don’t post here often, but I had to chime in on this one. I also back up every show I watch; indeed torrenting is my primary way of viewing shows. (Until recently I was stuck on a crappy DSL line over which streaming was nigh impossible, and while I’m upgraded to a decent cable internet line now, I will not infect my computer with Flash just to subscribe to CR. If they ever ditch Flash, or have, let me know and I’ll promptly subscribe.) Unlike what the various content producers claim, I don’t use torrents to keep from making purchases, I use it as a filter to determine which shows are worth my money to buy.

            I just did a count, and I currently have 147 anime shows on BD/DVD, of which 13 are the Japanese versions I imported.(and the imports include the K-On BD box sets and movie, the BDs of both Love Live seasons and movie, Hyouka, the Clannad and Clannad After Story BD boxes — in other words, not the cheapest stuff) All of these shows, I torrented before I bought the discs. No torrents = no sales.

            Those torrents have also led to my current status of 48 anime CDs (yes, those other physical discs), a few hundred clear files, 117 artbooks, 30 mugs, 145 figures, and I don’t know how many pencil boards and posters (thanks MyFigureCollection for helping me track all this stuff), all either bought directly from Japanese retail stores, or off Yahoo Japan Auction via proxy. This isn’t to brag about my collection, which is just a small one compared to some — it’s to point out that without torrenting of streamed content, and torrenting of fansubs for things that aren’t even streamed or never were, none of these purchases would have been made.

            I’d buy even more of the Japanese BDs if they’d include English subtitles more often, like the Love Live BDs did, or the K-On box sets. I guess they figure for most shows it’s not worth the effort, or they don’t want to upset the North American licensees.

            • hpulley says:

              I buy some shows without seeing it first like Koe no Katachi since it didn’t show in theaters here. But I have watched shows which aren’t streamed here and ended up buyIng them. Live Japanese TV is my favourite as the ads for CDs and concert BDs often let me know of products I otherwise would forget to buy.

              But let’s be honest. The vast majority of people who download or stream illegally never buy anything. The collectors are a rare breed whether or not they pay to watch their anime.

              LoveLive was a rare case with both English subs in the imports and also an western localized release. I wondered if BigWest included them on Macross because they knew they would never be released here or if it was just because of it being released by Bandai visual. I watched that one dark zone but had to buy it of course.

    • something something says:

      I disagree with the last statement, at least with the implication that this is anything new. Home video (of late night anime) has always been priced towards collectors, that’s not something that changed in recent years. I think physical media has declined among all groups of consumers, both casual and hardcore.

  3. derpinat0r says:

    The sales for Koe no Katachi weren’t the best. hoped for 150k+ sales. At least it did good in the box office. really hope they make a Tv version of this.

  4. NukaCola says:

    Poor Days. Perhaps it has strong presence in the rental and streaming markets :(

  5. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    My final exam is going to be done on Friday so I want to become a premium user in CR. But before this I want to know which legal websites is good? Some people said that Amazon (Anime Strike) is better than CR 100% better. So is that true? I don’t want to waste my money, I am a student T_T

    • something something says:

      CR is the only streaming company with a clue, it’s not even a contest. That and they have by far the most shows, so it’s kind of a no-brainer.

    • HirunaSachiro says:

      CR and Funimation have joined together too to provide anime streaming services, CR more with the subs and Funimation with the dubs. They’re under this new banner called “VRV”, which has a special “deluxe package” for one price that includes CR, Funimation, and a handful of other streaming services.

      I’m currently subscribed to CR, Funi, Amazon Anime Strike, and just signed up for VRV for the first time to see whether it was worth it to drop CR and Funi for the all-encompassing VRV.

      Doing the VRV deal, I lose the Korean and Japanese dramas that hubby loves to watch, but at least from searching, I found the entire CR and Funi anime catalogues. However, the Roku app for VRV doesn’t allow you to view genres or view shows alphabetically (yet), nor does it highlight what anime were just updated for the case of simulcasts, so unless I knew the genre, I could not find certain series in their pre-set categories. That functionality will get improved eventually, I’m sure, but for now at least, the CR side is really clunky.

      Definitely second something’s comment though, they have by far the most shows for your money, and they’ve been constantly adding some older shows I haven’t even thought of in YEARS. It’s been a great blast from the past re-watching some, that’s for sure.

    • NukaCola says:

      Well a student would get to pay for amzn prime under their discount student pricing so strike would be less costly than it is for nonstudents.

      Though the selection is a bit limited, however, I do watch like five of the anime strike shows, and two are my favorite of the season (Re:creators & Kabuki Club) so I think its worth it.

      Site wise, I like amazons player much better than CR since you can size the window to get the subs to not be on any of the picture at all.

      • Yaoi-Senpai says:

        I wish you posted it a little bit earlier :(

        I already became Premium in CR! But I will try Animestrikes when my CR premium is done. Thanks for the info.

        • something something says:

          If you can only get one service, it is vastly more reasonable to get the one that has the large majority of shows. Also the “subs below picture” thing is kind of odd and something I personally dislike (just puts them too low for easy line of sight and wouldn’t work well when watching in a full screen window), so I wouldn’t be so influenced by that unless you already know you like it. Also there’s been nothing but complaints about Amazon’s sub quality (some desynchs and multiple instances of leaving out plot-critical on-screen information in Re:Creators for example) so be very wary of that.

          I also have big issues with the non-CR players in terms of their role in market fragmentation – so long as licenses are generally exclusive, more services does *not* equal more competition on a show by show basis. It just means more hassle for the customer and a devaluing in the worth of their subscription to any given service. The effective removal of Funimation from the equation was a HUGE net positive. (They’re still there if you like dubs I guess but dubs are completely irrelevant to me.) If every show were on every service (and not re-hosted on another service but independently translated/subbed/encoded) then “competition” would be a valid reason for having more services, but in the current market, that is simply not what happens. Every new service simply harms consumers.

          • NukaCola says:

            I would at least want at least two or three services, even if they all had the same shows, if CR goes down and that show is only on CR, well there is nowhere else to watch that show during CR downtime. Sure downtime may be temporary but its a hassle. Fortunately Aniplex, and at least Bushiroad, offer their shows on not just one platform.

            I didnt know people (in the US) were glad when Funi exited…the same as I didnt know people were glad netflix was getting more and more “simulcasts”. I think netflix is kind of the least good one due to stuff being held hostage until after it airs, though I guess Im in the minority of not liking there strategy.

            I could understand people (not in US) being glad for no Funi since usually they are blocked from Funi anyway. AMZN also seems like a good deal for people not in US as well.

            • something something says:

              Oh trust me, Netflix is pretty widely hated. Their approach is utterly antithetical to how anime is consumed. Holding a show for months before airing it is the best way to ensure nobody cares about it. All that does it give fansubbers a chance to be relevant again.

  6. makotachi says:

    I’m happy to see A Silent Voice doing well. I enjoyed the manga and am hoping to see the movie soon. I feel like in terms of minority representation, this past year for anime has been a little bit better than usual about it. We had Doukyuusei, YOI, SGRS, Scum’s Wish, Flip Flappers, and now A Silent Voice which featured a deaf protagonist. I didn’t watch it, but from what many have been saying Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid apparently had some LGBT representation in it as well, so I’m a little sad to not see it selling a stellar amount. It’s got a decent average so far though. Either way, I’m happy to support these series and I hope for more like them in the future.

  7. AholePony says:

    I’m wondering if this is the most-ever Kyoani entries all charting in the same week lol. Glad to see a late-night anime style movie like Koe no Katachi sell fairly well and Eupho2 seems consistent. I still wonder how many sales their own store pulls, I have a feeling it could be pretty significant volume if the bonus goods they offer are enticing to the Japanese fans.

  8. Sarsar says:

    Well, 38k Koe No Katachi w1 did better than Bakemono no Ko that did better box office wise, I hope it is charting as long to get more than 62k or longer so it can get 70k

  9. something something says:

    Full ranking posted.

  10. hpulley says:

    BanG Dream! seems to be on track for under 7K unless it’s underestimated. It has CDs, concerts and a mobile game so it is probably making money but I still feel those BD sales will be a disappointment for some members of the production committee.

    • something something says:

      Hm, judging the disc release is complicated by the event ticket. 6k is, in this market, well above average and pretty solid for a new (well, sort of) franchise. But it’s also a music-focused franchise, and there’s a concert event ticket, and that doesn’t measure up well with other successful music-based franchises with concert events.

      So if the success of the franchise is best measured by how many fans it engages to attend lives and generally be into the fandom, at best we can say it’s “still finding its place” but hasn’t quite gotten there yet. But whether the anime is the beginning of its rise or its last gasp is impossible to say.

      So maybe the bigger issue is that their CD sales aren’t amazing for a music-focused franchise, which could represent an overall middling fanbase. There aren’t enough pre-anime releases listed there to see a clear trend, but it doesn’t look like the anime skyrocketed music sales at least.

      I’m curious how the mobage does though.

      • hpulley says:

        Just checked AppAnnie and the BanDori mobage is still doing very well a few months after release. It is outselling both DereSute (Idolmaster) and School idol Festival (LoveLive) by quite a bit these days but it may still be enjoying it’s recent introduction status.

        BanDori created Roselia which was not in the anime at all and yet outsells by more than double the main band Poppin Party which seems to be on a downward sales spiral.

        The question is whether Bushiroad cares. Milky Holmes is still going since 2010.

        • something something says:

          Yeah, new content will usually beat out games that have been around for years, at least initially. (Derestage is back ahead of it the past two days but presumably has an event going on or something.) Keeping a solid ranking for a few months is still good though, and the first step towards long-term success. Whether it manages that is another question but if it can, the franchise could build off of that.

          I never watched Bandori myself because I kneow it would CG performances at some point, and lo and behold, it did. Because of course it did. Gross.

          • hpulley says:

            I am not sure it is even down to costs anymore. LoveLive the School Idol Movie has a good sized budget but it used CG dancing. I don’t think the members of that committee or studios involved considered using hand drawn dance sequences at any time. I don’t believe they discussed costs or alternatives. I think CG is just assumed now by most. Dancing is easier than bands in many ways.

            The alternative for CG in many music scenes seems to be stills or only back shots or perhaps a select few extreme close ups of a few frames. Hand drawn animation of guitar and keyboard fingering along with swaying bodies and simultaneous singing and hair movement seems to get a white flag out of most studios these days. Call me corrupted by modern anime but I now prefer CG to 99% stills. I would rather see animation than no animation.

            Yuyucow’s piece on CG in Kimi no Na Wa was quite on point for me. If I can’t tell they used CG then I don’t care anymore. LoveLive isn’t that good and neither is BanDori but it can be done now if done well. Just my opinion of course and I still love a superb hand drawn sequence and wish they would use it more. Underpaid anImators are probably cheaper these days but the industry isn’t goIng back.

            • something something says:

              Stills > CG (though that’s a false dichotomy). I don’t give a shit how much it “moves” if it looks like utter fucking immersion-breaking garbage.

  11. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    Katsugeki/Touken Ranbu Vol.1 will be out on July 26th. I thought it will be like Fate (All the ep in 1 volume) but guess not, that’s not a bad idea tho.

  12. Para says:

    Now here’s a pleasent surprise, Flip Flappers is getting a UK release later in the year. Just announced at the MCM London comic-con, which is nice.

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