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2014 02/17 – 02/23 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 3 8,924 8,924 1 Shingeki no Kyojin v8
2 5 6,930 6,930 1 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season v2
3 6 5,527 5,527 1 Kara no Kyoukai Mirai Fukuin LE
4 10 3,880 3,880 1 Captain Harlock RE
5 15 2,400 2,400 1 Yowamushi Pedal v3
6 20 1,793 1,793 1 Takanashi Rikka – Kai ~Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai!~
9 39 1,025 1,025 1 Kara no Kyoukai Mirai Fukuin RE
10 40 1,015 1,015 1 Lupin Sansei Special 2013 Princess of the Breeze
13 65 21 620 10,224 3 Natsume Yuujin-chou Itsuka Yuki no Hi ni
15 67 39 609 1,238,998 635 Tonari no Totoro
16 71 594 594 1 Seitokai Yakuindomo* v1
17 73 577 27,171 31 Manga Nippon Mukashibanashi v1
20 82 525 525 1 Kara no Kyoukai Mirai Fukuin extra chorus RE
22 91 492 492 1 Gundam Build Fighters v3
24 97 467 4,260 4 Tiger & Bunny DVD Box
25 98 465 465 1 Yozakura Quartet -Hana no Uta- v3
26 101 451 451 1 Makai Ouji devils and realist v6
27 107 429 429 1 Hakkenden -Touhou Hakken Ibun- v12
29 111 419 419 1 Cardfight!! Vanguard Link Joker-hen v9

Other releases (concerts etc)
2 14,256 14,256 1 Tenipri Festa 2013
17 1,875 1,875 1 Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2013

2014 02/17 – 02/23 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 38,573 38,573 1 Kara no Kyoukai Mirai Fukuin
2 2 22,737 22,737 1 Shingeki no Kyojin v8
3 5 7,617 7,617 1 Takanashi Rikka – Kai ~Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai!~
4 7 7,220 7,220 1 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season v2
5 8 5,073 5,073 1 Captain Harlock LE
6 11 3,153 3,153 1 Captain Harlock RE
7 12 3,031 3,031 1 Seitokai Yakuindomo* v1
8 13 2,418 2,418 1 Yowamushi Pedal v3
9 15 1,468 1,468 1 Yozakura Quartet -Hana no Uta- v3
10 16 1,463 1,463 1 Rozen Maiden v7
21 1,264 1,264 1 Outbreak Company v3
22 1,247 1,247 1 Initial D BD Box v1
23 1,245 1,245 1 Uchouten Kazoku v6
24 1,243 1,243 1 Sennen Joyuu
27 1,110 1,110 1 Lupin Sansei Princess of the Breeze LE
31 954 954 1 Hakkenden -Touhou Hakken Ibun- v12
32 929 929 1 Noir BD Box
37 727 727 1 Fantasista Doll v6
42 616 616 1 Galilei Donna v3
45 13 548 13,858 3 Natsume Yuujin-chou Itsuka Yuki no Hi Ni
48 517 517 1 Gingitsune v3
50 58 471 26,025 23 Love Live! v6
52 31 469 27,346 6 Shingeki no Kyojin v7
53 5 468 2,948 2 Bayonetta Bloody Fate LE
55 22 442 7,897 3 Kill La Kill v2
58 70 406 25,772 32 Love Live! v3
59 63 405 28,012 36 Love Live! v2
70 347 347 1 Magical Star Kanon 100%
71 346 346 1 Inu to Hasami wa Tsukaiyou v6
75 332 332 1 Makai Ouji devils and realist v6
78 12 318 16,260 3 Free! v6
79 59 311 26,379 29 Love Live! v4
80 83 310 99,998 31 Gekijouban Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica: Hajimari no Monogatari / Eien no Monogatari LE
82 50 299 37,430 5 Monogatari Series Second Season v4 (Mayoi Jiangshi Pt. 2)
87 110 287 28,526 9 Code Geass Boukoku no Akito v2
90 108 276 9,639 7 Kill La Kill v1
93 270 270 1 Lupin Sansei Princess of the Breeze RE
100 65 260 19,222 12 Mononoke-hime

Other releases (concerts etc)
4 7,741 7,741 1 Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2013
6 7,428 7,428 1 The iDOLM@STER 8th Anniversary Hop! Step!! Festival!!!
49 26 515 27,927 9 Love Live! μ's 3rd Anniversary LoveLive!
56 431 431 1 The iDOLM@STER 8th Anniversary Hop! Step!! Festival!!! @Makuhari0922
68 30 351 21,895 9 Mekaku City V's

Really, Magical Mirai is what I care most about this week by far. 9,616 isn’t too bad, at least we know it’ll hit 10k!

Winter update:
Seitokai2 v1 sells 3031/594, total 3,625. While s1v1 only sold 4.5k wk1, it also had a long tail and ended up at 7k while I doubt this volume will add more than, say, 400-500 BDs wk2. This also has an event ticket. We’re probably looking at a 40% drop in average.

[By the way I’m probably not going to do 2014 versions of the rankings yet, not for one title anyway. Maaaybe this weekend but I hope to spend the weekend in a Vocaloid-induced pleasure coma.]

Fall update:
Kurobas v2 sells 7220/6930, total 14,150 compared to 17,252 for v1wk1. Assuming wk2+ is as small as v1, we’re probably looking at around a 16k average this season compared to 24.5k for s1.

Yowapedal v3 sells 2418/2400, total 4,818. v1-2 both did 5.7k wk1s but they had event tickets so this could bee seen as less drop than expected, however this had a drama CD so we’ll see how later volumes hold up.

Yozakura v3 sells 1468/465, total 1,933. Urgh, I wish this were ten times as much.

Outbreak Co v3 sells 1,264 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

GaliDon v3 sells 616 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Gingitsune v3 sells 517 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Gundam BF v3 sells 492. Remember that’s for the DVD singles, the version that really matters is the BD box coming out in March.

Kill La Kill v1 adds 276 BDs, total 10,860 in wk7, meaning it added 156 in wk6.
v2 adds 442 BDs, total 9,010.

Summer update:
Rozen Maiden v7, final volume, sells 1,463 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 1,572. I couldn’t justify buying it in a season where I already imported 7 shows but I do wish it had done better.

Uchouten v6 sells 1,245 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Makai Ouji v6, final volume, sells 332/451, total 783. Series average: 1,140.

Fantasista v6, final volume, sells 727 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 830.

InuHasa v6, final volume, sells 346 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Series average: 390. Brutal, even for a summer full of brutally low sellers.

Monogatari v4 adds 299 BDs, total 42,032. Down less than 1% from v3. v2 was sown slightly over 1% from v1. A lot of consistency within arcs.

Free! v6, final volume, adds 318 BDs, total 25,710. Series average: 28,940.

Past seasons:
Shingeki v8 sells 22737/8924, total 31,661 which is ever so slightly higher than v7 so this will be another one of the lower volumes. The average is still over 50k though so with v9 expected to get a boost I believe, and this one adding a couple thousand more, the final average will probably be about 50k.
v7 adds 469 BDs, total 38,299.

Hakkenden v12 sells 954/429, total 1,383.

Love Live! v2 adds 405, total 28,012.
v3 adds 406, total 25,742.
v4 adds 311, total 26,379.
v6 adds 471, total 26,025. Series average: 29,190

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Kara no Kyoukai final movie sells 38573 BDs and 5527/1025 LE/RE DVDs, total 45,125. Rather heavily overestimated, since Stalker’s LE BD estimate alone was 46k. This isn’t likely to get close to the other KnK movies, but it’s still hardly bad.

Chuunibyou recap movie sells 7617/1793, total 9,410. It’ll hit 10k but it was only 17% underestimated on BD and 18% on DVD, so if Ren has similarly modest underestimations (nothing like s1’s 40%) things are looking even worse for it than before.

IniD BD Box v1 sells 1,247.

Noir BD Box sells 929.

Madoka Movies 1-2 adds 310 BDs, total 107,957 in wk31. LE BDs are at 99,998, so we’ll see that format cross 100k by itself next time.

Natsume OVA adds 548/620 DVDs, total 24,082 in wk3.

Upcoming Releases for 2014 02/24 – 03/02 Anime DVD List

2014/02/26 Blazblue Alter Memory v3
2014/02/26 Brothers Conflict v7
2014/02/26 Choujigen Game Neptune v6
2014/02/26 Coppelion v4
2014/02/26 Dangan Ronpa v7
2014/02/26 Diabolik lovers v2 RE
2014/02/26 Freezing Vibration v3
2014/02/26 Ganzo Tensai Bakabon DVD Box v2
2014/02/26 Gen’ei wo Kakeru Taiyou v6
2014/02/26 Golden Time v3
2014/02/26 Hakuouki Movie 1
2014/02/26 Hetalia The Beautiful World Extra Disc
2014/02/26 Inazuma Eleven GO v30
2014/02/26 Infinite Stratos 2 v4
2014/02/26 Kakumeiki Valvrave 2nd Season v3
2014/02/26 Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai: Megami-hen v6
2014/02/26 Kami-sama no Inai Nichiyoubi v6 (DVD, BD ended v5)
2014/02/26 Kampfer BD Box
2014/02/26 Kimi no Iru Machi v6
2014/02/26 Kin-iro Mosaic v6
2014/02/26 Little Busters! ~Refrain~ v2
2014/02/26 Log Horizon v2
2014/02/26 Machine Doll wa Kizutsukanai v3
2014/02/26 Magi The Kingdom of Magic v2
2014/02/26 Monogatari Series Second Season v5 (Nadeko Medusa Pt. 1)
2014/02/26 Nagi no Asu Kara v3
2014/02/26 Non Non Biyori v3
2014/02/26 Roukyuubu! SS v6
2014/02/26 Samurai Flamenco v3
2014/02/26 Servant x Service v7
2014/02/26 Shinpi no Sekai El Hazard OVA 1st Series BD Box
2014/02/26 Soul Eater BD Box
2014/02/26 Strike the Blood v2
2014/02/26 Tamayura ~more aggressive~ v5
2014/02/26 Tesagure! Bukatsumono v3
2014/02/26 To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S v8
2014/02/26 Tokyo Ravens v3
2014/02/26 Uchuu Kyoudai v18 (DVD single)
2014/02/26 White Album 2 v3
2014/02/26 Zetsumetsu Kugi Shoujo Amazing Twins v1
2014/02/28 Gifuu Doudou!! v5
2014/02/28 Love Lab v6
2014/02/28 Mushibugyou v8
2014/02/28 Omoide Anime Library v16
2014/02/28 Omoide Anime Library v17
2014/02/28 Ore no nounai Sentakushi ga, Gakuen Love Come wo Zenryoku de Jama Shiteiru v3
2014/02/28 Sore no Otoshimono BD Box
2014/02/28 Wake Up Girls! Shichinin no Idol
2014/02/28 Walkure Romanze v3
2014/02/28 Yuusha ni Narenakatta Ore wa Shibushibu Shuushoku wo Ketsui Shimashita. v3

Big week, though duty was spread reasonably evenly between these two weeks this month.

39 Responses to “2014 02/17 – 02/23 Weekly Sales List”

  1. kViN says:

    Amazing 100% consistency on winter season failures so far, tune in next month to find out more.

    It’s also been pretty funny seeing the 2ch thread trying to figure out if they had to troll the chuuni movie because it dropped from S1 or praise it because it won’t end up all that far despite being a recap.

    • something something says:

      I definitely think anything below 15-20k for the movie would have been pretty bad if we could use s1 as a guide, recap or no, but since we know the franchise has fallen off a cliff it’s… not terrible, if you lower your expectations a lot? The more problematic thing here is if it’s a sign of things to come for Ren. A 17% underestimation is pretty shit for a title that depended so heavily on storefront for its success in season one. Equivalent underestimations applied to the current Ren v1 final estimate could result in 5519/870 = 6,389. It probably wouldn’t even reach 50% of s1v1’s sales. (Though Ren has probably been a bit stronger outside of Amazon than the recap, seems to me.)

      A repeat of s1v1’s 44%/27% underestimates on the other hand would take the current predictions to 6821/935 = 7,756. Which is, uh, still barely on track for getting to the 50% mark. Welp.

      I suppose it’s not fair to compare to s1v1 since it’s rare for s2v1s to compete there (normally it’s easier to shoot for a s2v1 that is on par with late s1 vols) but it’s not like any s1 vol sold under 14.3k so…

      IkaMilkyChuu.

  2. AnimePhoenix says:

    Kurobasu2 volume 2 had more of a drop than expected. It’s still good sales but I hope it has a decent week 2 to make up for the slightly bad week 1. Hopefully it at least reaches 17k next week.

    YowaPeda volume 3 does modestly well. Volume 4 will probably do a little less than that. Volume 5+ it’s still too early to tell but I think it’ll manage 3.5 and if we’re lucky, 4k and that’s more than enough for me. <3

    Chuunikoi movie sold less than I thought it would. Thought it would quite underestimated by Stalker.

  3. hpulley says:

    Seitokai Yakuindomo s2 v2 should be v1 up there, not v2 (feel free to edit this line out after you fix it). Didn’t do badly. I thought about buying it but the bleeped out humor is hard on my ears after a while so while it has me in stitches it isn’t a real re-watcher for me. Love the OP CD though!

    Ahh, poor Rozen Maiden. I bought it all, have my Peach Pit v1 Artbox full of all 7 doll Bluray digipaks from Shinku to Kirakishou, and the PS Vita game, and the OST CD and Alternative ED CD… and the manga… but likely we won’t have the end of the story animated which is the usual way of things in this business but is the usual shame all the same. The PS Vita Game gave me the ending I was looking for so in this case the Game is the best media for me! LOL

    Bloodbath next week. 4/6 of mine are on their way already with the other 2 soon along with Sakura Trick manga #4.

    2nd Otorimonogatari cover is out on the Monogatari web site for next month and it is a super cute snake goddess Nadeko cover. Can’t wait to get OP CD bonus Mousou Express full version this week!

  4. layercake says:

    Geez, did the otaku get bored with Chuunibyou already after S1? Makes you wonder if doing S2 was ill-advised, and this was really a disposable series in the long run.

    • something something says:

      If it averages even 5k I’m sure it’s still easily profitable when you consider the merch and stuff they can sell plus any sales at the KyoAni shop, which aren’t reported to Oricon. Even after falling off a cliff Chuunibyou should have better than average sales. The reaction is more to the drop itself than some existential question over its profitability. So will it still justify a sequel? Yeah. Just not nearly as much as would have been expected before it was solicited.

    • anon says:

      Chuunibyou s1 just had too good an ending, there wasn’t much more to be told after the ending and Kyoani got very greedy in thinking there’s more to be milked for the series. Actually I feel the same way about Love Live and I can’t help but suspect that s2 of Love Live is going to be a big drop from s1, despite how the band is obviously more popular now then they were early last year.

      • something something says:

        I generally find the “they made one sequel, must be greed!” argument rather less than convincing, and that’s no different here. I think it’s well established at this point that KyoAni works on the shows they do first and foremost because they like doing it. It’s why they completely changed their business model from adaptations to self-produced and self-published works.

        I mean heck we’re getting a Tamako market movie in April, that series didn’t even average 4k. Why? Because Yamada and staff really like working on the series. Obviously there is some minimum level of financial feasibility that has to be met (Tamako was not a good seller but it wasn’t an absolute disaster either) but within the bounds of sanity, KyoAni really are answering first and foremost to themselves… which is a pretty cool thing to see for an animation studio. For more information about this, check out something kViN wrote: http://ask.fm/Yuyucow/answer/109611997054. They are fully their own masters, they aren’t even a subsidiary of a larger entity, and that’s insanely rare in the Japanese animation industry. (Even Amagi is very much something they likely agreed to do for internal reasons, namely Gatou and Takemoto’s relationship.)

        As for Love Live, they still haven’t actually competed at the tournament that the show is named after so I think it’s a no-brainer to justify another season story-wise, even if it weren’t selling quite as insanely well as it is.

        And there’s almost no chance Love Live! s2 drops, more likely it blows s1’s sales out of the water. Just add in some event tickets, character songs, and event footage and the average this time can easily reach 40k. It’s only grown in popularity between seasons, like UtaPri or Nanoha. Fuck if I can see what’s so special about it, but I’d be blind to deny its explosively expanding popularity. Between this and Idolmaster, Bamco could retire on idols and toss everything else away.

        • hpulley says:

          At some point, popularity takes over. LoveLive! Is an example of a well developed and expanding multimedia franchise. Idolmaster too. They keep the interest level high.

          Monogatari is an example that is on the decline. It is occuring slowly but the novel sales and disc sales are not as high as they were. This will happen to LoveLive as well unless they call it a day and end it on a high note. Does it deserve even 40K sales?

          Does AKB48 deserve a million sales? Is it that much better than LoveLive or Idolm@ster?

          WUG is interesting in that it is an attempt to recreate something they have done before. I just got the OP and ED LEs yesterday and I think they’re really good. The music video for 7 Girls War is really well done, Koto no Ha Aoba as well. I think they have done good enough with the seiyuu, the songs, the videos but their eventual level of success relies on popularity which is much more difficult to manage as the audience has the power, not the producers.

          All big Aniplex marketing money can do is add more places where people can find out about thiings. Whether or not it sticks is impossible or at least very difficult to force. You have to generate desire, pull; you can’t really push it.

          Once you have a good pull going, momentum takes over and you just have to work to maintain the momentum. It can dissipate quickly and is difficult to get back once lost.

  5. kira-kun says:

    Chu2 is not as fun now. Too much romance stuff, not enough Dark-Flame-Master-synape-break-vanishment-this-world fight scenes. Seitokai needs more Aria and Suzu. Too much Kaicho and Tsuda-kun.

    Next week is going to be a slaughter-fest.

    • something something says:

      And other people’s complaint about Chu2 is that it’s not enough romance stuff and too much episodic comedy. Just can’t win sometimes!

      • hpulley says:

        More romance, please! That’s what I want for sure, for both series, for most of them. A real kiss this time! Not for everyone I guess but it was the premise of the second season of Chuu2 Ren. SYD manga has some of the romance angle though it is mostly for jokes.

        WUG is a rare show I like where I’m not looking for any romance. Though romance for ‘virgin’ idols is forbidden so they could do that plot though its been done a million times already so I don’t expect it here.

        Tokyo Ravens in episode 20 finally gave me what I’ve been waiting for since the first episode! Too late to save the series for me as purchases go but I am enjoying it more since it won’t end with things unsaid at least.

        • something something says:

          I’ve gathered that some Japanese fans of the show were unhappy it wasn’t following the novels this season…? Considering the first season found so much success by hardly following the novels at all, I imagine that reaction was hard to anticipate…

          As for me, I’m loving it either way. Drama, romance, comedy, whatever. With those characters basically anything works.

          • hpulley says:

            Follow the original material or don’t follow it. Romance or no romance. you can get praised or burned either way. Or both ways…

            The characters matter most for me as well and they are great characters. I was really looking forward to seeing them again. But as we say, that may not be enough to buy it even if you like it.

            • layercake says:

              Could this be a case of burn out from the otaku?

              • something something says:

                It’s not uncommon with sequels in general but especially with comedy series. Even the fans who still like it sometimes decide “Yeah it’s still fun to watch but do I need to drop ¥50k on it again? I did that for the first season.”

                • kira-kun says:

                  Case in point: Ika Musume. Ika S2 was not as fun as Ika S1. S2 had some fun eps, but wasn’t as fun to watch as a whole as S1. I’m actually glad they are doing OVAs. Ika is good in small doses.

  6. something something says:

    Full sales data is now out. I’ll do the usual weekly ranking summary when I get out of work tonight.

  7. AnimePhoenix says:

    I really want Free! to cross the 29k average. It’s getting there.

    • Anonymous2 says:

      It probably will, there isn’t much left after all.

      • something something says:

        Another 360 total discs spread over the 6 volumes, so it’s a guarantee, yes. But there’s a decent chance it won’t formally happen until the mid-year ranking. v6 is probably done ranking in the weekly top 100, or will only see another 200 more or so. Mid-year ranking will cover vols. 5-6. Vol. 4 was early December, so it will be outside the range.

        • Anonymous2 says:

          While it won’t be recorded officially, I’m sure its average is already way above 29k since the sales from KyoAni’s shop aren’t included in these lists.

          • kira-kun says:

            Oricon is like 50-75% coverage based on what the studio “claim” they sold/ship. Real numbers are basically impossible to get since you’d have to get data from every reseller. But you get a good idea of ranking and good ball park numbers. I do find it weird that outlets like KyoAni and Bandai stores don’t report to Oricon. You’d think they would like to brag about their sales. I bet even Tamako sold way better at KyoAni store. Only reason why it’s getting a movie I think. And Free probably sold double. Girls like actual shopping at stores. And they gave out beach towels too.

            • something something says:

              Those numbers you’re citing (presumably from here) are for smash hits that can be expected to get wider distribution and longer tail sales. The more niche you get, the more likely Oricon is reporting like 80% or better, I’d think. Even then, some more recent hits like Madoka, Monogatari, and Shingeki have been around 70-80% reporting so I think coverage is getting better in general.

              And while Free! was indeed very very storefront-heavy, Animate probably drove most of that and they do report to Oricon.

              I imagine stores like KyoAni shop and Bandai shop don’t report to Oricon because it’s extra cost and work to compile the data in the appropriate format, for very little gain. While sales numbers are spreading more, it’s still a really niche interest. Most anime fans do not know or care how shows sell. And if the sales are bad, it can even be seen as a negative for people to know. I’m also not really convinced KyoAni shop moves a really huge number of copies, but who knows. I’d be shocked if Tamako moved more than a couple hundred average there tops.

              • kira-kun says:

                It would be so nice if we could see all the data. Even licensed anime outside of Japan to compare/contrast. And you are right, who wants to show off bad sales. But you would think even if the non-oricon reporting store had “bad” numbers, just adding them to the already public oricon numbers (which we presume were bad anyway) would still make the total higher and thus less “bad” as a whole.

            • primadog says:

              Oricon measures “sell-through”, the units that consumers actually bought. Distributor numbers measure “sell-in”, the number of units sold to the Retailers – Amazon, Animate, etc. Whether the PR release says “units shipped” or “units sold,” they’re talking about the same thing. Because to the Distributor, their customers are the Retailers, not us direct consumers.

              Sell-in will always exceed sell-through, even if Oricon’s measurement accounts for every customer sales, because a portion of what the Distributor send to its Retailers will remain for months (or sometimes years) as Inventory. Those inventory are the reason why you can still go on Amazon Japan right now and purchase brand new Haruhi or Madoka disks.

              Inventory account for majority of any discrepancy between Distributor-reported and Oricon numbers. Neither number are necessarily wrong, just because they may be far apart. They just measure different things.

              • something something says:

                All true except I’d be hesitant about the “majority” part, at least in cases where Oricon coverage is under, say, 70%. For a major hit that would be a ton of unsold discs lying around. As in hundreds of thousands of discs for some. You want to overproduce to a degree for non-preorders and late-comer fans, but overproducing to anything like the degree that would explain discrepancies for major hits would be excessive. And it seems like it’d make little sense for retailers to take on such a degree of unsold (and eventually all but unsellable) stock. As for those Haruhi and Madoka discs, the vast majority are small third party sellers with one or a few copies, or used copies. Very few are new retail copies stocked by Amazon itself so it’s not the same thing as, say, buying the latest disc of Shingeki or Kurobas.

    • sinderblock says:

      But why?

      • something something says:

        Because it’s normal to want things you like to do well.

      • AnimePhoenix says:

        Because I want it to sell well and if it crosses that little landmark, it gives me happiness.

        • pippi says:

          As long it doesn’t pass K-ON! or Haruhi in the long run especially once 2nd season comes.

          • something something says:

            And so what if it does? If you like the work the studio has done, be happy they’re still finding success. Most of the people who made those other shows you like worked on Free! as well and I doubt they’d be upset to see it sell more.

            (Obviously it’s very unlikely it will reach the 40k level like those since most sequels drop not rise, but that’s besides the point.)

          • AnimePhoenix says:

            Like somenthing said, what’s wrong if it does?

  8. TaN says:

    Free not rank ??? You add 318 BD ??? Where ???

  9. Nico says:

    Oh man I’m so fucked on Love Live!. Have all the volumes now except vol. 5 but it’s sold out EVERYWHERE. Bids on YAJ up to 20k yen. Insane.

    • hpulley says:

      Volume 5 is really odd as it has thousands fewer sales than the other volumes but it has Nico on the cover… I’m glad I got mine on release day as always.

      You may have to buy the RE…

  10. stardf29 says:

    Well, for now, Yowapeda is holding up okay. Will have to see next week how much the lack of notable extras slows it down…

    Still very much “blah” on Outbreak Company’s and Gingitsune’s sales…

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