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Full list. 242 DVD threshold, 167 BD.

2014 02/10 – 02/16 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
2 21 1 1,427 9,604 2 Natsume Yuujin-chou Itsuka Yuki no Hi ni
3 23 4 1,292 9,450 2 Free! v6
5 39 61 666 1,238,389 634 Tonari no Totoro
13 74 90 462 24,432 9 Gintama Kanketsu-hen Yorozuya to Eien Nare RE
17 344 3,793 3 Tiger & Bunny DVD Box
18 339 530,685 580 Majo no Takkyuubin
19 300 61,129 9 Gintama Kanketsu-hen Yorozuya to Eien Nare LE
20 297 6,645 12 Soreike! Anpanman Tobase! Kibou no Handkerchief
21 39 287 9,792 3 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season v1
22 279 7,595 11 Doraemon Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum
23 271 271 1 Sekai de Ichiban Tsuyoku Naritai! v3
24 269 269 1 Bayonetta Bloody Fate

Other releases (concerts etc)
33 785 785 1 Mushibugyou Live Event
232 4,073 5 Love Live! μ's 2rd Anniversary LoveLive!
213 7,423 8 Jin Mekaku City V's

2014 02/10 – 02/16 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 5 2,480 2,480 1 Bayonetta Bloody Fate LE
3 12 1 1,465 15,942 2 Free! v6
4 13 3 1,439 13,310 2 Natsume Yuujin-chou Itsuka Yuki no Hi ni
6 21 773 773 1 Sekai de Ichiban Tsuyoku Naritai! v3
7 22 5 724 7,455 2 Kill La Kill v2
8 27 7 610 6,681 2 Senki Zesshou Symphogar G v5
9 31 94 507 26,877 5 Shingeki no Kyojin v7
10 40 347 347 1 Bayonetta Bloody Fate RE
41 10 345 3,224 2 Kyoukai no Kanata v2
50 34 300 37,131 4 Monogatari Series Second Season v4 (Mayoi Jiangshi Pt. 2)
57 281 267 35,130 36 Love Live! V1
58 251 266 25,554 22 Love Live! v6
59 264 263 26,068 28 Love Live! v4
63 273 251 27,607 35 Love Live! v2
64 28 248 12,204 3 Infinite Stratos 2 v3
65 92 239 18,962 11 Mononoke-hime
70 264 230 25,336 31 Love Live! v3
75 47 222 7,926 3 Non Non Biyori v2
78 46 218 3,587 3 Nagi no Asu Kara v2
83 96 202 99,688 30 Gekijouban Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica: Hajimari no Monogatari / Eien no Monogatari LE
84 31 200 9,643 3 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season v1
85 107 199 47,585 9 Gintama Kanketsu-hen Yorozuya to Eien Nare LE
88 84 188 3,346 3 Log Horizon v1
91 183 181 400,952 43 Evangelion Shin Gekijouban: Q (Evangelion 3.33)
92 39 179 9,004 3 Little Busters! ~Refrain~ v1
94 58 177 5,119 3 Strike The Blood v1
95 126 176 34,409 9 Shingeki no Kyojin v6
99 32 169 13,363 3 To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S v7

Other releases (concerts etc)
26 59 636 27,412 8 Love Live! μ's 3rd Anniversary LoveLive!
30 16 517 21,544 8 Jin Mekaku City V's
47 168 313 12,278 58 Love Live! μ's 1st Anniversary LoveLive!
76 86 221 9,541 5 Tamura Yukari Love Live Cute'n Cute'n Heart

Not the lowest BD threshold, but pretty damn low.

Fall update:
Sekatsuyo v3 sells 773/271, total 1,044. You know it’s a slow week when Sekatsuyo ranks on DVD.

Kurobas v2 adds 200/287, total 19,435.

Infinite Stratos 2 v3 adds 248 BDs, total 15,270.

LitBus refrain v1 adds 179 BDs, total 10,565.

Non Non v2 adds 222 BDs, total 8,634.

Kill La Kill v2 adds 724 BDs, total 8,568.

Strike The Blood v1 adds 177 BDs, total 6,191

NagiAsu v2 adds 218 BDs, total 4,182.

Kyoukai v2 adds 345 BDs, total 4,113.

Log Horizon v1 adds 188 BDs, total 4,067.

Summer update:
Monogatari v4 adds 300 BDs, total 41,733.

Free! v6, final volume, adds 1465/1292, total 25,392. Its wk2 is bigger than v5’s as well so it’s already a bit ahead of it with 3 weeks less ranking. Series average: 28,840. Small chance this could hit 29k in mid-year ranking.

Symphogear G v5 adds 610, total 7,320.

Past seasons:
Shingeki v6 adds 176 BDs, total 49,816 in wk9, meaning it added 202 in wk8. Still ever so short of 50k but mid-year will fix that.
v7 adds 507 BDs, total 37,830.

Love Live v1 adds 267 BDs, total 35,130 in wk36, meaning it added 1,316 in wks 25-35.
v2 adds 251 BDs, total 27,607 in wk35, meaning it added 1,813 in wks 20-34.
v3 adds 2307 BDs, total 25,336 in wk31, meaning it added 1,973 in wks 15-30.
v4 adds 263 BDs, total 26,068 in wk28, meaning it added 1,342 in wks 16-27.
v6 adds 266 BDs, total 25,554 in wk22, meaning it added 1,077 in wks 14-21.

Railgun S adds 169 BDs, total 15,440.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Madoka Movies 1-2 add 202 BDs, total 107,647 in wk30.

Natsume Yuujin-chou OVA adds 1439/1427, total 22,914.

Upcoming Releases for 2014 02/17 – 02/23 Anime DVD List

2014/02/19 Cardfight!! Vanguard Link Joker-hen v9
2014/02/19 Daichi Tomoo v6
2014/02/19 Galilei Donna v3
2014/02/19 Gingitsune v3
2014/02/19 Kara no Kyoukai Mirai Fukuin
2014/02/19 Lupin Sansei princess of the breeze
2014/02/19 Magical Star Kanon 100%
2014/02/19 Makai Ouji devils and realist v6
2014/02/19 Noir BD Box
2014/02/19 Outbreak Company v3
2014/02/19 Rozen Maiden v7
2014/02/19 Seitokai Yakuindomo* v1
2014/02/19 Shingeki no Kyojin v8
2014/02/19 Stella Jogakuin Kotouka C3-bu v6
2014/02/19 Takanashi Rikka Kai ~Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai!~
2014/02/19 The iDOLM@STER 8th Anniversary Hop!Step!Festival!!!
2014/02/19 Yozakura Quartet -Hana no Uta- v3
2014/02/20 Seigi wo Ai Suru Mono Kekkou Kamen v7
2014/02/20 Seigi wo Ai Suru Mono Kekkou Kamen v8
2014/02/21 Fantasista Doll v6
2014/02/21 Gundam Build Fighters v3 (DVD single)
2014/02/21 Hakkenden -Touhou Hakken Ibun- v12
2014/02/21 Initial D Complete BD Box v1
2014/02/21 Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou v6
2014/02/21 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season v2
2014/02/21 Meganebu! v3
2014/02/21 Sennen Joyuu
2014/02/21 TeniPri Desta 2013
2014/02/21 Uchouten Kazoku v6
2014/02/21 Yowamushi Pedal v3
2014/02/22 Eve no Jikan (original version)

Our first Winter Vol. 1 comes out next week.

25 Responses to “2014 02/10 – 02/16 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Anonymous2 says:

    Arpeggio, Symphogear and Free as stable and consistent as always.
    Impressive.

  2. AnimePhoenix says:

    Free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I really do hope that it hits 29k average in the mid year ranking.

    • layercake says:

      I just hope any male-oriented series done by KyoAni doesn’t suffer in the future. I hope they get another hit series for the guys.

      • something something says:

        They’ll do well if people like them, just like any show from any other studio. Free has nothing to do with it.

      • musouka says:

        I’d be more concerned about the quality of male-oriented shows, rather than the popularity, personally.

        • something something says:

          Amagi Brilliant Park is something I’d normally have low-ish expectations for, but the idea of another Takemoto/Gatou collaboration is too good to be pessimistic about. Whether it’ll sell, well, no idea. It’s not like it’s a super popular novel yet so presumably Kadokawa is looking for another Hyouka. Even a third of Hyouka’s disc sales would be fine if the Amagi novels jump even half as much as the Kotenbu series did, I’d imagine.

          • musouka says:

            I picked up the series out of curiosity when I heard KyoAni was going to animate it. (And because I love FMP) Since they were an incredibly easy read, I finished all three released volumes. Without spoilers, there are definite strengths and weaknesses to the series. The biggest problem, I think, is that its strengths aren’t necessarily KyoAni’s strengths, and its main weakness that could impact KyoAni’s adaptation is a lack a good stopping place to cap an arc.

            The book that felt most like something KyoAni would be good at adapting was book three, since there was an emphasis on school comedy and a female character of a type that KyoAni excells at. But given how much time it takes to produce a series, and the fact that book three hit last month, it’s hard for me to imagine that they had that material to work with…

            Either way, I think I’m looking forward to it because it takes KyoAni out of their comfort zone, but not in the way that people were claiming Kyoukai no Kanata would.

        • Anonymous2 says:

          It’s not like Free was a particularly good-looking show with high production values like Kyokai, so I wouldn’t worry about that.
          I would even go so far and say it’s one of KyoAni’s visually worst works, but maybe that’s just me.

          • musouka says:

            Yeah, Free! was their most uneven work by far. I would have been horribly disappointed, but then I remember what A1 did to Togainu no Chi and remind myself that even lower production KyoAni is miles and miles above what female fans normally get from other studios.

            • something something says:

              Free! looked damn good when it really needed to, and was solid and consistent otherwise. I’d say production values were overall very good. Free is probably a “better” show than Chuunibyou in terms of pacing and tighter storytelling, but Chuunibyou is just that much more up my alley (Sanae ♥) so I enjoyed it slightly more, though both are fantastic.

              After a modest gap I’d place Tamako in third, which did what it wanted to do extremely well but was a little more meandering (and yes I’m forever bitter over the snubbing of Midori). After a significantly larger gap Kyoukai would take up the rear. I didn’t dislike what I saw, but it was hands down the weakest series I’ve seen of theirs and I never did get around to watching the second half. I liked quite a lot about it, but the protagonist was the first male lead in a KyoAni show that I’ve ever disliked. He was so painfully light novel. I probably would have finished the show (and liked it but not loved it) but my motivation for anime absolutely cratered in Fall 2013 and I ended up dropping everything – even Refrain after importing LitBus s1! – except for Non Non, Yozakura and Log Horizon.

              At this point it looks unlikely we’ll see a new franchise from KyoAni before Winter 2015 so it’ll be a long time before we can see how that pans out. Tamako Love Story premiers in April, Free! season 2 will presumably be summer if they can manage that, and I guess that puts Amagi (not their own IP anyway, a first since Hyouka) in Fall. I just hope it’s not that Phantom World novel they recently announced because another light novel magic/fantasy action story with a male protagonist is the absolute last thing I want from any studio right now.

              • musouka says:

                Chu2 is fine for what it is. I watched some of the first season. It wasn’t really my thing, but there wasn’t anything majorly offensively wrong with it. (I mean, I could write about how sort of uncomfortably male-centric its perspective on chuunibyou and how the girls affected by it were, but that’s something that happens in nearly all series aimed at guys with a lot of women in the cast, and Chu2 is actually less offensive than most, really.) It’s too bad it doesn’t look like the fans really wanted more of it, judging by presale numbers, but I guess we can’t judge until it actually goes on sale!

                As far as how Free looked goes, yes, it pulled out all the stops when it needed to, but I generally expect consistently high quality from KyoAni even when there are no stops to be pulled. Ironically, I think my biggest issue with Free was its storytelling–and it’s what made me glad I waited until it ended to see if I actually wanted to buy it, because by the time we reached that point, I didn’t–but that’s something that will most likely be better in the second season. And there’s always the light novel, which is getting a sequel.

                The MC of KnK was such a shame, you have no idea. I was absolutely thrilled to fine out that KENN would be doing his voice and then we were stuck with that awful hackneyed characterization and scenario. I watched half the series on the strength of that casting alone before I had to call it quits–liking a voice actor doesn’t mean anything if all that dribbles out of the characters mouth is blathering about his sexual fetishes.

                • puyopop says:

                  I think it shows Ishidate has a terrible sense of comedic timing that comes across as having unfortunate bad implications.

                  The guy, however, seems to really likes action sequences and adult females considering Kyoukai no Kanata has by far the most number of active adults females in a KyoAni title. Maybe he should consider doing a series based around those aspects. That’s a niche that has yet to be revisited, and their adult female characters tend to be well liked by the otaku.

      • AnimePhoenix says:

        I don’t believe that Free! has anything to do with it. With Chuuni, people just lost interest I presume(I think with storefront it can only reach about 8k) and Kyokai no Kanata…like musouka, when I heard KENN was voicing the MC I was ecstatic. But, that dwindled down pretty soon. I dropped the show at episode 4 or 5. KnK just wasn’t good enough.

        KyoAni have Tamako Love Story planned for Spring and I don’t think there’s a chance they’ll do a TV show AND a movie at the same time but if they do, it’ll probably be Amagi. The first chapter was just scanlated and I checked it out and it wasn’t bad but nothing really stood out from it. I’ll probably skip it.

        And I too really hope that they’re not going to animate Myriad Colors Phantom World. Naturally I haven’t seen the source material but looks so bland.

        • layercake says:

          I think the biggest fear I have is the otaku are starting to get tired of KyoAni’s cute girl schtick. Maybe they should consider what puyopop said and try new grounds that still aims at males. Or something more omnipandering again.

          • AnimePhoenix says:

            KnK to some extent was omni-pandering. I’m obviously talking about Akihito x Hiromi. And I don’t know about Akihito but Hiromi was at least somewhat of a success I think.

            But…about them getting tired of KyoAni’s cute girls….I don’t think so. I don’t much about that though.

            One thing which I’d really like KyoAni to do, which would cause a sh*tstorm again would be if KyoAni made a Male Idol anime. This occurred to me after I saw how much money KyoAni was making on Free!’s Drama CDs, radio CDs etc.

            There’s a reasonable amount of idol anime aimed at otaku right now. The only one aimed at females/fujoshi is UtaPri. And we all know what a success that one is. I feel another male idol anime, especially if it was made by KyoAni would strike a chord with fujoshi. It’s an untapped market.

            • layercake says:

              Nah, they should try for mixed-gendered dance crew and have dance offs with other various crews to really push their animation to its limits just like that snippet on the first cultural festival episode of Hyouka.

              Everybody wins on that one!

              • something something says:

                Honestly I think KyoAni should just make the anime they want to make. Even the shows people call “flops” sell enough that they’re not in any danger so I say let them keep doing whatever their staff feels passionate about. If they have multiple sub-2k series in a row then maybe it’d be time to re-assess their business, but they’re not even remotely near that point. Their worst selling self-owned IP averaged 3,684 which is decidedly “average”.

                I think we all spend far too much time trying to back-seat drive KyoAni’s business strategy. I’m guilty of it too at times, and I understand it comes with the territory of them being a well-known brand name, and in a lot of cases it’s just an expression of fans’ passion for the studio. But when all is said and done they know what they want to do and they would know what’s feasible financially. KyoAni is very unlikely to ever get anywhere near where they were years ago when they churned out 20k smash hits one after the other, but that was a huge anomaly to begin with.

                I’ll just let them be what they want to be. I’m sure I’ll greatly enjoy almost everything they put out regardless.

                • puyopop says:

                  I await the day KyoAni starts using that really unique character designs that was on one of their commercials that looked like from those e-surance commercials.

                  Or take Gou’s character design and personality and build a series around that.

  3. hpulley says:

    Full list is out! All 5 LoveLive! volumes which had stock (except #5) ranked! New season average for LoveLive, 28962 according to a tweet, now beating Free! But still quite shy of 30K.

    • something something says:

      Yes I’ll need a few hours to get the list up, should be leaving for work now and all, but all the in stock volumes did rank (meh). 36 weeks for v1 is the most times any volume has ever ranked.

      • hpulley says:

        The FirstLoveLive! concert BD also ranked, now at over 12K. We hadn’t seen it for a while since it was below 9K so it has had a steady trickle of sales as well.

        They will be having a mini-live at a gaming convention to promote their game. Tickets sold out in 2 minutes… This isn’t the prediction thread but look out spring 2014 season, LoveLive! 2 is coming!

        • hpulley says:

          Volume 5 of LoveLive! being out of stock is curious as it was the lowest seller according to what you have by 2K:
          1 7 35,130 2013/03/22 Winter Love Live!
          2 7 27,607 2013/04/24 Winter Love Live!
          3 7 25,336 2013/05/28 Winter Love Live!
          4 7 26,068 2013/06/21 Winter Love Live!
          5 7 23,554 2013/07/26 Winter Love Live!
          6 7 25,554 2013/08/28 Winter Love Live!
          7 7 39,489 2013/09/25 Winter Love Live!

  4. something something says:

    Full rankings are now available. I’ll do the weekly ranking summary when I get a chance.

  5. NATAPORI says:

    Ah,Awesome Love Live! for long tail.Even Free! will add DVD Vol.5 can’t catch up,DVD Vol.5 add 278 copies from monthly sell make average sell is 28,887 now .I’m waiting for next week and mid year summary for last average sell.

    Evangelion 3.33 can hit 40K in the last with long tail so I’m not surprise.

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