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Full list. 281/133 DVD threshold, 328/155 BD.

2018 01/22 – 01/28 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 6,249 6,249 1 ONE PIECE Log Collection: Sabo
2 5 4,979 4,979 1 Osomatsu-san Season 2 v2
3 6 4,022 4,022 1 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Hoshi wo Yobu Shoujo LE
4 8 2,972 2,972 1 THE IDOLM@STER SideM v2
5 9 2,367 2,367 1 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Hoshi wo Yobu Shoujo RE
6 16 1,812 1,812 1 Gintama. Porori-hen v1
7 17 1,631 1,631 1 King of Prism: Pride the Hero SLE
8 23 1,104 1,104 1 King of Prism: Pride the Hero RE
9 31 909 909 1 Blend S v2
13 42 763 763 1 Code:Realize: Sousei no Himegimi v2
15 53 582 582 1 King of Prism: Pride the Hero LE
16 60 500 500 1 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou 2nd Season v3
18 66 39 440 340,649 27 Kimi no Na wa. RE
19 67 427 427 1 Hitorijime My Hero v5
20 68 58 413 23,052 9 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v7
22 74 51 386 116,277 185 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
23 75 49 374 10,907 6 Pokemon: Kimi ni Kimeta! RE
24 76 372 372 1 Isekai Shokudou v5
25 79 347 347 1 New Game!! v5
27 83 9 329 2,892 2 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou: Sainou to Sense
28 86 74 318 8,066 10 Soreike! Anpanman: Buruburu no Takarasagashi Daibouken!
29 91 302 302 1 3-gatsu no Lion 2nd Season v1 (v5)
30 96 284 284 1 Hajimete no Gal v5
98 76 281 21,818 14 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v6
271 271 1 Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou v1
133 133 1 Kujira no Kora wa Sajou ni Utau v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
14 1,910 1,910 1 Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine The Musical (stage play)
26 961 961 1 Nanatsu no Taizai Fes: Kagayakeru Taiyou (live event)
40 765 765 1 B-Project on Stage: Over the Wave (live event)

2018 01/22 – 01/28 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 34,634 34,634 1 Love Live! Sunshine!! 2nd Season v2
2 3 20,737 20,737 1 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Hoshi wo Yobu Shoujo LE
3 4 10,803 10,803 1 THE IDOLM@STER SideM v2
4 6 6,440 6,440 1 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou 2nd Season v3
5 7 6,375 6,375 1 King of Prism: Pride the Hero SLE
6 8 5,232 5,232 1 Princess Principal v5
7 9 4,732 4,732 1 Osomatsu-san Season 2 v2
8 11 3,817 3,817 1 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei: Hoshi wo Yobu Shoujo RE
9 12 14 3,523 61,498 6 Love Live! Sunshine!! 2nd Season v1
10 13 2,821 2,821 1 New Game!! v5
11 14 2,743 2,743 1 Ookiku Furikabutte BD Box (season 1-2)
12 17 2,423 2,423 1 Blend S v2
13 18 2,226 2,226 1 Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou v1
15 21 1,809 1,809 1 Re:Creators v8
16 22 1,789 1,789 1 Yama no Susume OVA: Omoide Present
17 24 1,767 1,767 1 Gintama. Porori-hen v1
18 27 1,654 1,654 1 Imouto sae Ireba Ii. v1
19 32 71 1,385 9,526 10 BanG Dream! v7
20 33 1,374 1,374 1 King of Prism: Pride the Hero LE
34 1,323 1,323 1 Isekai Shokudou v5
35 1,311 1,311 1 Ryuu no Haisha LE
36 1,304 1,304 1 Konohana Kitan v2
38 1,171 1,171 1 3-gatsu no Lion 2nd Season v1 (v5)
47 929 929 1 Hajimete no Gal v5
49 872 872 1 King of Prism: Pride the Hero RE
51 860 860 1 Hina Logi: From Luck & Logic v2
55 776 776 1 Battle Girl High School v3
56 745 745 1 Code:Realize: Sousei no Himegimi v2
61 674 674 1 Mahoujin Guruguru (2017) v4
62 660 660 1 Ballroom e Youkoso v3
72 515 515 1 Boku no Kanojo ga Majimesugiru Sho-bitch na Ken v2
73 499 499 1 Idol Time Pripara v2
77 8 472 4,666 2 Kekkai Sensen & Beyond v2
80 412 412 1 Hitorijime My Hero v5
84 370 6,592 5 Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru Season 2 v1 (Washio Sumi no Shou)
85 10 367 3,290 2 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou: Sainou to Sense
92 328 328 1 Kujira no Kora wa Sajou ni Utau v1
271 271 1 Mahoraba: Heartful Days BD Box
260 260 1 Ryuu no Haisha RE
160 160 1 Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara v1
155 155 1 Inuyashiki v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
1,065 1,065 1 B-Project on Stage: Over the Wave (live event)
48 909 909 1 Nanatsu no Taizai Fes: Kagayakeru Taiyou (live event)
76 4 479 10,361 2 The IDOLM@STER Million Live! 4th live Th@nk You for Smile! Complete

 

Almost across the board, shows that had a volume release during Christmas week last month did a bit better this for month’s volume. Sales must have been suppressed that week, and likely caught up in the following weeks but didn’t get into the rankings.

Fall update:
Gintama Porori v1 sells 1767/1812, total 3,579. Event ticket. 25.3%/36.6% overestimated. Lowest wk1 for a Gintama disc to date, by a fair margin.

Shoshuryo v1 sells 2226/271, total 2,497. 47.0% under/55.4% overestimated (high price penalty on the BDs).

Imosae v1 sells 1,654, BD-only release. 61.2% underestimated (high price penalty).

3-gatsu s2 v1 sells 1171/302, total 1,473. 4.1%/56.4% overestimated. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a high price item come in *below* the penalized estimate.

Kujira no Kora v1 sells 328/133, total 461. 35.5%/66.3% underestimated (high price penalty).

Osake Fuufu v1 sells 160, as a BD-only release. 49.5% overestimated.

Inuyashiki v1 sells 155 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 26.0% underestimated.

LL Sunshine s2 sells 34,634. Event ticket.
v1 adds 3523, total 61,498.

Imas SideM v2 sells 10803/2972, total 13,775. Event ticket. More of a drop than I expected for a volume that also has an event ticket. Maybe the non-ticket vols will start below 10k? If so the average will probably be closer to 10k than the 15k I thought it might do. Depends in part on wk2.

Osomatsu-san s2 v2 sells 4732/4979, total 9,711. Event ticket.

Deremas Gakijou s2 v3, final volume, sells 6440/500, total 6,940. Series average: 8,382.
Down from 22,802 s1, but s1 had that nearly 43k event ticket. The fact that v3wk1 with no ticket just outsold v2wk1 with an event ticket shows that this season’s event ticket was irrelevant, while s1’s event ticket was massive. This may be the best example yet that the kind of event the ticket is for, and how the ticket is made available, is extremely important! I’ve noticed a tendency for some people to treat all event tickets as equal and that’s extremely not the case. I imagine it’s also very relevant to note that this event ticket was also available via two separate CD singles so it was spread across four releases. (Imas is also typically the least ticket-driven of all the major idol franchises, the Gekijou s1 ticket was the first major exception.)

Blend S v2 sells 2423/909, total 3,332. Event ticket.

Code:Realize v2 sells 745/763, total 1,508.

Konohana v2 sells 1,304 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Sho-bitch v2 sells 515 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Yuyuyu s2 v1 adds 370 BDs, total 6,592.

Kekkaisen s2 v2 adds 472 BDs, total 6,232.

Summer update:
Pripri v5 sells 5,323 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

New Game s2 v5 sells 2821/347, total 3,168.

Isekai Shokudou v5 sells 1323/372, total 1,695.

Hajimete no Gal v5, final volume, sells 929/284, total 1,213. Series average: 1,497.

Batoga v3, final volume, sells 1,061 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 1,061.

Hina Logi v2, final volume, sells 860 as a BD-only release. Series average: 888.

Hitorijime v5 sells 412/427, total 839.

Guruguru v4 sells 674 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Ballroom v3 sells 660 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

 
Past seasons:
Re:Creators v8, final volume, sells 1,809 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 2,233. Initially I thought this was 7 vols since it wasn’t all solicited at once but it was 8.

Granblue v6 adds 281 DVDs, total 46,790.
v7, final volume, adds 413 DVDs, total 49,873. Series average: 47,166.

Bang Deam v7, final volume, adds 1385, total 9,526. The tail on this thing is ridiculous, this vol started at just under 4k. Series average: 5,830.

 
OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Mahouka Hoshi wo Yobu Shoujo sells 20737/3817 BDs, 4022/2367 DVDs, total 30,943.

Kinipri Pride the Hero sells 6375/1374/872 BDs, 1631/582/1104 DVDs, total 11,938. Down a bunch from the first film’s 21,674 wk1. Though not quite as far down in terms of wk1 revenue considering how wildly expensive the SLE for this was.

Oofuri BD Box (seasons 1-2) sells 2,743.

Yamasusu OVA sells 1,789. Ouch, thought it’d at least do around a s2 volume’s sales.

Haikyuu Sainou to Sense recap adds 367/329, total 6,182.

 

Upcoming Releases for 2018 01/29 – 02/04
2018/01/31 Fate/Kaleid liner Prisma Illya: Sekka no Chikai
2018/01/31 Gamers! v5
2018/01/31 Just Because! v2
2018/01/31 Juuni Taisen v2
2018/01/31 Pop Team Epic v1
2018/01/31 Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ v6
2018/01/31 Senki Zesshou Symphogear AXZ v5
2018/01/31 Soukyuu no Fafner Exodus BD Box (season 1-2)
2018/01/31 UQ Holder!
2018/01/31 Yume Oukoku to Nemure 100-nin no Ouji-sama v2
2018/02/02 Dream Festival! R v3
2018/02/02 Mister Ajikko BD Box
2018/02/02 Tenshi no 3P! v5

Starting Winter off very early with PTE, though not as early as Net-juu started Fall.

19 Responses to “2018 01/22 – 01/28 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Anon says:

    CG Theaters’ v1 came with a particular raffle (for only 100? winners) for a special seat for the 5thLIVE at SSA (capacity: 22K), I guess that could explain why it sold massively well, even compared with the music CDs with a raffle for the same live.
    This upcoming event is a small live/talk-show in a venue for only 2000 people.

    • something something says:

      Yeah, I knew one was a big concert and the other a small event, but didn’t realize *how* minor the second one was. So the discrepancy certainly makes sense.

      It’s good that people have become widely aware of the role of event tickets, but the next step needed is understanding how hugely different event tickets are be from one another. Most shows get event tickets now, but only a handful of them make a big difference.

      I recently had someone get uppity that I was emphasizing the role of the Idolish7 event ticket in its sales and ignoring the Yurucamp event ticket, as if I were implying i7s sales weren’t “real” while Yurucamp’s were. Putting aside the fact that that’s a silly distinction, it’s ridiculous to compare a huge Idolish7 concert to an iyashikei camping anime meet-and-greet type event. Of course the i7 ticket is vastly, exponentially a bigger deal. Just like we shouldn’t expect an event ticket for, I dunno, Konohana Kitan to be even remotely comparable to Symphogear.

  2. BlackPoint says:

    Mahouka Hoshi wo Yobu Shoujo sells 20737/3817 BDs, 4022/2367 DVDs, total 30,943.

    Pretty nice sales i would say the movie sold lots of tickets aswell, i really hope now madhouse can give this one a 2nd season aswell as its really popular and it deserves it simply dont see any reason why they wouldnt milk out a franchise that obviously would bring money….

    • something something says:

      I was going to say “is there enough material?” then looked it up and uh there’s 23 volumes and a spinoff so that’s certainly not going to be an issue.

      As for getting a sequel, I’d imagine the most immediate reason there isn’t one yet is that the committee was focused on the movie first. Now granted the film did release more than half a year ago, which is more than enough time to have announced a sequel. But for all we know they could be deep into production on a sequel, but just not revealing it yet.

      But either way the decision isn’t Madhouse’s. The committee (thanks to ultimatemegax again) is:
      Aniplex
      Kadokawa (Ascii Media Works)
      Square Enix
      Movic

      It’d probably be on Aniplex (video publisher) and Kadokawa (print publisher) to make the call, provided they have the staff and resources they want available at the right time.

      • BlackPoint says:

        Yeh there is more then enough material :D i think they could make 2 or 3 seasons of 2cour lenght to cover it all, thats why it surprises me so much with the long wait on such popular franchise. And thanks for the info about whos at the top and as you said surely the biggest word about it got aniplex and kadokawa, specialy kadokawa i would say as i see their name allot recently in the anime. Also ye i know the studios pretty much never got any rights when it comes to deciding what to work on i simply want madhouse to do their magic again like they did with 1st season where they made some really awesome scenes that i recall as if i watched it now. Sigh will just keep waiting and hoping and eagerly looking at all sorts of anime news sites ^^

        • FuioY says:

          As they changed the studio to 8-bit for the movie it is really has nothing to do with Madhouse wants to do the sequel or not as Aniplex and Kadokawa can just make 8-bit takes the project again.

    • Tuna says:

      Yeah I need more Mahouka Koukou, anime ended right before my favorite arcs start up :(

  3. lena says:

    hello! wanted to ask this last month but forgot: is there any way to know the sales for Tsukipro The Animation? It’s animate/movic exclusive and I know oricon doesn’t track those but so was Tsukiuta The Animation and we did get numbers for that, so I was wondering if it was possible. For reference, volume 2 was out on 01/26. Thanks!

    • something something says:

      Unfortunately, no we don’t have any data. It seems to be hit or miss whether Animate-exclusives get included in Oricon’s database. Tsukiuta, for whatever reason, did. Tsukipro, for whatever reason, did not. I’m not sure why.

  4. Flushme says:

    I’m glad Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou is doing a bit better than projected, but it still deserves so much more. If you haven’t seen, I highly recommend it. It’s such a great and unique show.

    • something something says:

      I read the manga instead (and it’s maybe my favorite), since I don’t support sentai/amazon.

      (Still waiting on that last volume to get solicited…)

  5. Mami Kawada Lover says:

    >Imosae v1 sells 1,654, BD-only release. 61.2% underestimated (high price penalty).
    Didn’t do as badly as I feared, but its is still depressingly low. Despite claims that it was an “Eromanga Sensei ripoff”, it didn’t really feel like one after the first episode, and while there are similarities and parallels, the show could still stand on its own. It was a surprisingly fan show and it’s sad to see it sell badly. Hopefully the LN sales were boosted, at least.

  6. Liver says:

    SideM vol 2 event ticket is also available in vol 3 (day&night events), but I’m really sad about this I expected more, I hope vol 3 will sells better cause there are SEM and Jupiter (a.k.a best groups) singles included.
    And LLSS2’s number is okay i guess… They still can beat Granblue’s avg and be the best selling anime in 2017 right?
    I’m a big LL fan but nowadays I only care and buy SideM CDs, not only I’m a traitor now I’m turned into fujoshi (as in liking dude with dude together) too, SideM anime was not even that good lols

    • something something says:

      LLS S2 should end up selling the most in 2017. Those event tickets are a bigger deal than Granblue mobage codes. Even if LL volumes start a ways below where Granblue volumes end up, the tail on LL event discs is always outlandishly large.

  7. FuioY says:

    As expected Sasuga desu oniisama

  8. something something says:

    Updated with the full list.

  9. Night says:

    BanG Dream v7 has ridicilous tail due to Imai Lisa’s seiyuu (Endou Yurika) announced early retirement so its her last live as a part of Roselia and that she will be ending her activity at the end of May 2018.

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