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2014 06/30 – 07/06 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 2 10,188 91,351 3 Kaze Tachinu
2 4 6,736 6,736 1 Tiger & Bunny -The Rising- LE
3 20 2,234 2,234 1 Miyazaki Hayao Collection
4 27 29 1,379 54,967 5 Kidou Senshi Gundam UC v7
5 30 1,229 1,229 1 Kill La Kill v7
6 34 1,105 1,105 1 ONE PIECE 17th Season Dressrosa-hen v1
7 38 1,023 1,023 1 Naruto Shippuuden Ninkai Taisen Sasuke to Itachi v4
8 39 1,011 1,011 1 Tiger & Bunny -The Rising- RE
9 43 960 960 1 Naruto Shippuuden Ninkai Taisen Sasuke to Itachi v5
10 44 43 955 15,344 5 Lupin Sansei vs Meitantei Conan The Movie RE
11 46 929 929 1 Kyoukai no Kanata v7
12 52 12 808 5,023 2 Mekakucity Actors v1
14 72 642 642 1 Black Bullet v1
17 82 9 588 5,081 2 Kamigami no Asobi v1
19 86 552 552 1 Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou v1
20 91 64 525 15,781 5 Lupin Sansei vs Meitantei Conan The Movie LE
21 92 25 520 9,702 3 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season v6
22 101 480 480 1 Happinesscharge Precure! v1
23 101 480 480 1 Aikatsu! 2nd Season v4
24 14 458 4,200 2 Monogatari Series Second Season v9 (Hitagi End Part 1)
25 418 1,250,129 654 Tonari no Totoro
26 83 407 6,914 4 Initial D Final Stage v1
27 126 387 387 1 Z/X Ignition v4
28 382 374,117 397 Mononoke-hime
30 142 353 353 1 Nourin v4

Other releases (concerts etc)

2014 06/30 – 07/06 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 23,533 23,533 1 Tiger & Bunny -The Rising- LE
2 5 7,185 7,185 1 Kill La Kill v7
3 6 5,973 5,973 1 Miyazaki Hayao Collection
4 7 4 5,813 103,004 3 Love Live! 2nd Season v1
6 11 7 4,320 58,882 3 Kaze Tachinu
7 12 2,975 2,975 1 Kyoukai no Kanata v7
8 17 2,269 2,269 1 Black Bullet v1
9 19 2,088 2,088 1 Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou v1
10 20 2 2,055 32,316 2 Monogatari Series Second Season v9 (Hitagi End Part 1)
25 1,678 1,678 1 Nourin v4
27 29 1,498 115,013 5 Kidou Senshi Gundam UC v7 LE
36 8 1,094 7,870 2 No Game No Life v1
37 1,083 1,083 1 Tiger & Bunny -The Rising- RE
42 919 919 1 Seikoku no Dragonar v1
44 13 799 5,637 2 Mekakucity Actors v1
45 766 766 1 Aikatsu! 2nd Season v4
46 14 741 5,342 2 Date A Live II v1
48 10 708 7,302 2 Little Busters! ~Refrain~ v6
49 46 659 25,349 5 Kidou Senshi Gundam UC v7 RE
51 34 650 9,261 3 Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? v1
63 16 492 4,415 2 Nisekoi v4
70 55 449 14,314 5 Lupin Sansei vs Meitantei Conan The Movie
77 27 422 9,159 3 Kuroko no Basuke 2nd Season v6
80 15 403 4,783 2 Strike The Blood v6
81 402 402 1 Z/X Ignition v4
82 141 391 23,477 31 Mononoke-hime
86 78 375 30,933 8 Persona 3 #1: Spring of Birth LE
88 19 360 3,249 2 Puchimas!! -Petit Idolmaster- v2
89 33 359 2,204 2 Wake Up, Girls! v4
95 97 308 6,059 6 Love Live! v1 (2014 re-release)
96 307 307 1 ONE PIECE 17th Season Dressrosa-hen v1
98 20 301 3,140 2 Nagi no Asu Kara v7
100 105 297 151,076 14 Gekijouban Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica Shinhen Hangyaku no Monogatari LE

Other releases (concerts etc)
286 33,586 28 Love Live! μ's 3rd Anniversary LoveLive!
212 21,298 6 Mizuki Nana Live Circus x Circus+ x Winter Festa

Pretty decent wk2 followup for Nogenora. Weak new spring v1s this week.

Spring update:
Black Bullet v1 sells 2269/642, total 2,911.

Kawaisou v1 sells 2088/552, total 2,640.

Dragonar v1 sells 919 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Love Live s2 adds 5813, total 103,400.

Gochiusa v1 adds 650 BDs, total 10,732. Hoping for at least one more week to put it over 11k.

Mekakushi v1 adds 799/808, total 10,660 in wk2. Once again this is like, the absolute hardest show to talk about. Calling 10k a disappointment for the first adaptation of a franchise just sounds absurd under almost any normal circumstance. But this was marketed like a CD single (it’s even literally packaged as one) at least as much as an anime BD. And Jin singles/albums usually sell far, far, far more than 10k. I mean, he’s the P who put out the all-time best selling Vocaloid album, beating out Supercell. So if the anime had been well received this could have sold so much more. I just don’t know what to think about the whole Mekakushi project anymore. I guess nothing more can be said until we’re about 6 volumes in, and see if it’s still topping 10k or dwindling fast.

Nogenora v1 adds 1094 BDs, total 9,531.

Kamiasobi v1 adds 588 DVDs, total 7,233.

Date A Live II v1 adds 741 BDs, total 6,304. Still 1k below the lowest-selling s1 disc, though depending on how it does from here on the drop might not be too bad.

Puchimas!! v2 adds 360 BDs, total 3,249.

Winter update:
Nourin v4 sells 1678/353, total 2,031.

Z/X v4 sells 402/387, total 789.

Nisekoi v4 adds 492 BDs, total 5,558.

WUG v4 adds 359, total 2,204.

Past seasons:
Kyoukai v7 sells 2975/929, total 3,904. Up about 17% on v6wk1 for the OVA. Series average: 4,286.

Monogatari v9 adds 2055/458, total 36,516.

Kurobas s2 v6 adds 422/502, total 18,861. 3.9% ahead of v5 after the same number of weeks.

LitBus v6 adds 708 BDs, total 8,489. This should end around a 9.2-9.3k average, only 1k below s1.

Kill La Kill v7 adds 7185/1229, total 8,414.

Nagiasu v7 adds 301 BDs, total 3,531.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
T&B Rising sells 23533/1083 BDs, 6736/1011 DVDs, total 32,363.

Madoka Hangyaku adds 297 LE BDs, total 181,510 in wk14, meaning it added 307 in wk13.

Persona 3 #1 adds 375 LE BDs, total 38,752.

Upcoming Releases for 2014 07/07 – 07/13 Anime DVD List
2014/07/09 Hoozuki no Reitetsu v5 A ver.
2014/07/09 Hoozuki no Reitetsu v5 B ver.
2014/07/09 Mekakucity Actors v2
2014/07/09 Noragami v5
2014/07/09 Seitokai Yakuindomo* v6
2014/07/11 Ginga Tetsudou 999
2014/07/11 Ginga Tetsudou 999 Eternal Fantasy
2014/07/11 Initial D Final Stage v2
2014/07/11 Ninja Hattori-kun Returns DVD Box
2014/07/11 Robot Girls Z v2
2014/07/11 Sayonara Ginga Tetsudou 999 -Andromeda Shuuchakueki-
2014/07/11 Slam Dunk BD Box v1
2014/07/11 Taiyou no Ouji Hols no Daibouken
2014/07/11 Tanken Drilland 1000-nen no Haou v11
2014/07/11 Waga Seishun no Arcadia

35 Responses to “2014 06/30 – 07/06 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Exukvera says:

    BB sold less than 3k.
    I’m sad.
    I really wanted to see more Enju in the future.

  2. Anon says:

    Love Live is finally dying out, maybe it’ll stop ranking in the next two months or so.

  3. stardf29 says:

    Well, Kawaisou did better than I thought it would, though that’s not saying much, seeing as a season 2 seems fairly out of the question. Still, I guess if it can keep a 2.5k average I won’t be *too* disappointed…

  4. marco says:


  5. Anonymous says:

    Waiting until the full list is out to make commentary?

    • something says:

      Not sure what you mean, I think it’s all there. Did I miss anything (that I’d normally include)?

      • rederoin says:

        I think he was talking about your comments on the v1s, maybe? Although sales wise, nothing really interesting. Kawaisou/BB sold average/below average and that dragon harem show did not rank in the pre-elim list.

        I wish Japan would space out its releases more, slow weeks are rather boring.

        • Anonymous says:

          Yeah, that was all. I guess it was a slower boring week so there’s not much to say. Maybe also something about the final Kyokai volume but eh whatever.

          • something says:

            Ah, yeah “x sells #/#, total #” tends to be the standard, anything else is just added on a whim if I see something that’s interesting to me. This was a pretty boring week so I didn’t really have a lot to say. Kyoukai has been consistent since v2, and the OVA boost was only modest. Final sales were about as expected. It ended up being decidedly unremarkable sales-wise. Not that bad, not that good, just kinda “average”.

            I also do the Tuesday postings at 4AM (ugh time zones) after about 3 hours of sleep, so sometimes I’m barely conscious and just want to get it done and get back to sleep for a little bit before work, heh.

  6. musouka says:

    I must confess I don’t understand what T&B has to do at this point to get a second season. I enjoyed The Rising very much, but it’s a series much better suited for TV. I’m amazed it’s had the longevity it has, honestly, and I think Sunrise is a little crazy for not jumping on it.

    • something says:

      Yeah between demolishing anyone’s TV disc sales expectations, then the two movies combining for over ¥1.1bn, and at least okay movie disc sales (which will presumably be higher for the second movie), there’s not a whole lot more it could do to change their minds.

      • musouka says:

        The movie sales aren’t amazing in comparison to a lot of anime movies, but they are totally in line with the rest of the series, which I would think would count for something. The T&B franchise is more than three years old at this point in time, but it’s still getting ~30K for every major release. That sort of consistent selling point seemed to work well for other series, but not for this one, unfortunately…

        • Progeusz says:

          See Horizon which consistently sold 20k BDs despite having less than 50k people reading light novel. The ratio of disc buyers, consistency, dedication is insanely high yet Sunrise refuses to announce S3.

          • something says:

            Horizon is doomed, Studio 8 has become a money factory thanks to that silly idol show and I doubt Horizon is even on their radar anymore.

            • musouka says:

              Horizon was done by the same studio as LL? Ouch. Yeah, I imagine they’ll be riding that gravy train for quite a while yet, leaving Horizon behind in the dust. At least Studio 6 doesn’t have anything big right now aside from, well, T&B.

            • At least I can use the still-running novels to feed my false hope there. The IxB SS manga is over and the franchise has three limbs in the coffin thanks to the same problem of the studio in question riding off into the sunset on a bigger cash cow (not that I mind Jojo, but it shouldn’t be a choice between two franchises that popular).

              • Progeusz says:

                How I wish there was more of Inu x Boku SS! I didn’t expect much from this show at first but it’s just so special with equal male-female cast (both numbers- and quality-wise), actually well developed relationship between main pair, solid characters overall, unique setting, decent amounts of humor and subtle yet exciting fanservice, abundance of great EDs over a single cour and good art… We need more shows like this one.

                True, at least it’s hard to run out of things to read with Horizon being triple the volume of normal LNs and its similar in size prequel.

            • Progeusz says:

              Yeah, Horizon only sells half as much (v1 disregarded for obvious reasons), has relatively barely any CD/game sales, merchandise is certainly a lot less popular considering just the enormous difference in fanbase… By the time they stop milking Love Live and finish with their next project (I have no doubt they’ll try out something new soon), Horizon will be too risky because of time passed. We’re left with learning moon runes and reading LNs ;_;

  7. Anonymous says:

    “he’s the P who put out the all-time best selling Vocaloid album, beating out Supercell”
    Which albums were these?

    • something says:

      The best selling Vocaloid album for a long time was Supercell’s debut album, also titled Supercell. It last ranked April 2012 and had sold 108,766.

      Jin passed Supercell maybe half a year ago with Mekaku City Days, which as of this week has ranked once again and is up to 123,828.

      Mekaku City Records, released later, has done even better and hit 153,676 this week.

      I used to track Vocaloid sales just like I do anime sales, but then the blog that compiled all the information shut down.

      Technically I could get the info from my Oricon account but that would require keeping track of every Vocaloid release and searching through the very poorly formatted Oricon data to aggregate it all, and it was just way too much work. =/ I really wish some other source had picked up the slack.

    • something says:

      Also regarding Jin singles:

      52,305 [2014/06] – daze/days
      71,751 [2012/08] – Children Record
      23,469 [2012/08] – Sky of Beginning (b-side of ryo’s Odds & Ends single)

  8. something says:

    Updated for the full ranking.

    Ranking summary and all that tonight.

  9. mk03 says:

    >Kyoukai v7 sells 2975/929, total 3,904. Up about 17% on v6wk1 for the OVA. Series average: 4,286.
    >Series average: 4,286.
    Could have been worse.

    Anyway, it seems that, as expected, FrES is going to sell very well.

    • lesterpox says:

      KyoAni should get better screenwriters considering Jukki Hanada is becoming a thorn to their skills.

      God, I hope Amagi is entertainingly good and sells really well. I’m also curious about that light novel KyoAni actually gave first place to which I’d imagine will be adapted in the future.

  10. Kurama says:

    I’m glad that it looks like No Game, No Life (I insist on putting a comma) is selling well, I started watching it yesterday and was pleasantly surprised, it didn’t look like it would be good, but now I’m hoping for a 2nd season, which hopefully will be imminent with those numbers.

    • something says:

      It had one of the biggest novel boosts in LN adaptation history relative to pre-anime sales, and the anime looks like it could average at least 7k. If it doesn’t get a sequel I riot.

      • rederoin says:

        One the biggest? Is it not the biggest, I thought it had surpassed IS. I don’t really follow manga/LN sales though.

        • something says:

          Me neither, so I didn’t want to answer in absolutes. I just know it’s ludicrously large for a novel boost.

        • Tracking of NGNL novel sales has been extremely weird, because Oricon outright dropped the original figures for the first couple of volumes and they’ve been inconsistent from week to week. That makes it tricky to go just by raw volume. Comparing volumes at release time is what I typically do, though that’s also a tad tricky right now. Pre-anime, v5’s chart total was 24,617. Currently, v6, which came out post-anime and is the only one I’m fairly sure isn’t being currently undercounted/miscounted, is clocking in at 124,474 as of this week (after 8 or 9 weeks of solicitation). If that ends up being the 2-week total for v7, then the boost (25k->125k in 2-week totals) is a 100k one, which is very rare but not unprecedented (IS (40k -> 125k) had a boost slightly less than 100k). Right now, it’s still comparable to the following in terms of magnitude:

          Durarara (15k -> 115k)
          OreImo (70k -> 180k)
          SAO (90k -> 230k)

          Those are the biggest boosts in 2-week totals for LNs over the past 4 years. Depending on how long sales continue to rise (haven’t stopped yet!), NGNL could end up undisputedly having the biggest boost, but it’s not quite there yet.

          • something says:

            I suppose I’ve mostly been paying attention to vol 1, which was last reported as sub-10k before the anime aired, and something like 15k if you add in the missing data, I guess? Maybe 20.

            • rederoin says:

              I think some people on MAL news club have some data on it. I remember it roughly went from 7k to 135k.


              • rederoin says:

                In other words, a 1900% increase? roughly?

              • The 7k pre-anime figure is likely inaccurate, though it did *add* at least 128k. That 7k figure comes from a week in which Oricon gave total figures inconsistent with previous volumes’ sales: http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=1149287

                Note that for volume 3 there’s only given a total of 10,151. That’s inconsistent with the total it originally put up on release of 14,455: http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=554951

                And that’s assuming that it sold zero copies in the interim. Its sales likely increased a bit over time as the series began to take hold as a 20k seller pre-anime (a really common pattern for young series). There are similar issues with other LN volumes. I’d guess it was coming from around 20-25k, at least. Definitely not a factor-of-20 increase.

                • something says:

                  It’s really a shame that one of the best increasing series ever has some of the most inadequate, contradictory sales data pre-anime. I know the main problem it had was when it switched publishers/imprints/whatever, Oricon seemed to restart the sales. What a pain.

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