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2016 11/28 – 12/04 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 6 2,906 2,906 1 B-Project v4
2 9 2,435 2,435 1 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v2
3 24 6 1,010 3,168 2 Bungou Stray Dogs v6
5 27 31 973 77,917 125 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
7 34 11 744 2,542 2 Soreike! Anpanman Omocha no Hoshi no Nanda to Runda
8 36 33 718 10,949 5 Crayon Shin-chan: Bakusui! Yumemi World Dai Totsugeki
9 42 10 646 2,512 2 Tsukiuta. The Animation v3
10 50 46 539 14,059 6 Meitantei Conan: Junkoku no Nightmare RE
13 70 29 395 1,428 2 Servamp v3
14 79 350 350 1 Dream Festival! v1
15 80 345 345 1 91days v2
16 82 343 343 1 Nanbaka v1
18 87 12 316 2,087 2 WWW.Working!! v1 LE
19 88 314 63,260 22 Youkai Watch Movie 2: Enma Daiou to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan!
20 95 306 25,178 91 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (2014 re-release)
21 9 295 2,206 2 Youkai Watch v6
25 36 250 1,098 2 Macross Delta v5
26 248 27,202 6 Meitantei Conan: Junkoku no Nightmare LE
27 35 240 1,105 2 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu v6
28 228 36,412 123 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)
29 24 219 1,382 2 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v6
196 196 1 Garo: Divine Flame LE

Other releases (concerts etc)
22 1,045 1,045 1 Yusa Kouji & Satou Takuya no Tabikatsu! Nagano-hen
97 304 304 1 Digimon Adventure Fes.2016
138 138 1 Yanagi Nagi Live: Follow Your Tracks?

2016 11/28 – 12/04 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
3 4 12,603 12,603 1 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v2
4 7 3 7,600 30,849 2 Love Live! Sunshine!! v3
5 9 5,113 5,113 1 Tenchi Muyou! Ryououki 4th Season v1
7 15 2,617 2,617 1 B-Project v4
8 16 2,274 2,274 1 Amanchu! v3
9 23 5 1,423 8,058 2 Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu v6
10 28 1,198 1,198 1 Ojamajo Doremi BD Box
11 32 1,032 4,212 2 Tsukiuta. The Animation v3
12 35 6 990 6,769 2 Macross Delta v5
13 40 10 853 4,967 2 New Game! v3
14 42 816 816 1 Garo: Divine Flame LE
15 44 789 789 1 Tantei Opera Milky Holmes: Gyakushuu no Milky Holmes
16 47 41 723 2,178 2 Bungou Stray Dogs v6
17 48 4 719 7,873 2 Strike The Blood II OVA v1
18 49 79 712 59,674 6 Love Live! Sunshine!! v2
19 50 27 698 2,948 2 Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 3rei! v3
53 29 643 2,887 2 Masou Gakuen HxH v3
55 636 636 1 Princess Lover! BD Box RE
62 23 586 3,297 2 Dangan Ronpa 3: The End of Kibougamine Gakuen v3
63 143 575 82,684 10 Love Live! Sunshine!! v1
67 7 558 6,293 2 High School Fleet v6
68 553 553 1 91Days v2
71 8 527 5,816 2 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v6
76 455 455 1 Dream Festival! v1
80 16 430 3,716 2 WWW.Working!! v1 LE
91 88 333 17,327 6 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v1
92 17 330 3,525 2 Kidou Butouden G Gundam BD Box v2
94 64 318 986 2 Servamp v2
97 304 304 1 Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars v2
200 200 1 Nanbaka v1
115 115 1 Garo: Divine Flame RE

Other releases (concerts etc)
6 7,699 7,699 1 The Idolm@ster Million Live! 3rd Live Tour Believe My Dre@m!! Live 02@Sendai
18 2,071 2,071 1 The Idolm@ster Station!!! Summer Night Party!!!
21 1,602 1,602 1 Live Milky Holmes Soutennenshoku Matsuri
25 1,337 1,337 1 Aikatsu! Music Complete Live BD Box
37 919 919 1 Digimon Adventure Fes.2016
39 12 871 4,754 2 Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?? Rabbit House Tea Party 2016
58 14 612 4,108 2 TsukiPro live 2016 in Nakano
73 486 486 1 Yanagi Nagi Live: Follow Your Tracks?


Just big wk2s almost across the board this week. Some combination of holidays or when paychecks fall or something or other. Or perhaps last week was suppressed for some reason.

Fall update:
DreamFes v1 sells 455/350, total 805. 55.8/97.7% underestimated.

Nanbaka v1 sells 200/343, total 543. 25.2/7.0% underestimated.

Regalia v2 sells 304 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

www.Working v1 adds 430/316, total 6,417.

Summer update:
B-Project v4 sells 2617/2906, total 5,523.

Amanchu v3 sells 2,274 as a BD-only release. Well, uh, it’s up 3 discs on v2 at least…

91Days v2 sells 553/345, total 898.

LL Sunshine v1 adds 575, total 82,880 in wk10, meaning it added 179 in wk9.
v2 adds 712, total 59,674. Second ticket app window closed, small bump on last week.
v3 adds 7600, total 30,849. A very abnormally large wk2 proportionally, even by this series’ standards, for some reason. Or, a suppressed wk1. Second ticket app window closing for v1-2 probably doesn’t explain v3.

Tsukiuta v3 adds 1032/646, total 6,724. Up 18% on v2 now with one less week ranking. This one may come from behind to pass New Game and Mob Psycho for #3 of the season unless v3 is just being bumped by some extra.

New Game! v3 adds 853 BDs, total 5,444. Double the wk2 of previous vols.

Masou Gakuen v3 adds 643 BDs, total 3,588.

Dangan Ronpa 3 v3 adds 586 BDs, total 3,297.

Prisma Illya s4 adds 698 BDs, total 2,948.

Servamp v3 adds 318/395, total 2,414.

Past seasons:
Re:Zero v6 adds 1423/240, total 9,163. Biggest wk2 since v1. Boosts its 10k chances, albeit still only in yearly lists.

Delta v5 adds 990/250, total 7,867.

Haifuri v6, final volume, adds 558 BDs, total 7,212.

Jojo pt 4 v6 adds 527/219, total 7,198.

Stray Dogs v6 adds 723/1010, total 5,346. Series average: 5,215.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Zaregoto v2 sells 12603/2435, total 15,038. Not much of a drop from 16.2k v1wk1.
v1 adds 333 BDs, total 21,104.

Tenchi OVA4 v1 sells 5,113 BDs.

Garo Divine Flame Movie sells 816/115 BDs, 196 LE DVDs, total 1,127.

Milky Holmes Movie sells 789 as a BD-only release.

Strike The Blood II OVA adds 719 BDs, total 8,945.

G Gundam BD Box v2 adds 330, total 3,525.


Upcoming Releases for 2016 12/05 – 12/11 Anime DVD List
2016/12/07 Amaama to Inazuma v3
2016/12/07 Arslan Senki: Fuujin Ranbu v4
2016/12/07 Bakumatsu Rock BD Box
2016/12/07 Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka BD Box
2016/12/07 Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka OVA
2016/12/07 Fukigen na Mononokean v4
2016/12/07 Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou v1
2016/12/07 Honoo no Alpen Rose: Judy & Randy BD Box
2016/12/07 Houkago no Pleiades BD Box
2016/12/07 Kurochou no Psychedelica The Stage
2016/12/07 Mayoiga v6
2016/12/07 Naruto Shippuuden: Itachi Shinden-hen – Hikari to Yami v2
2016/12/07 Occultic;Nine v1
2016/12/07 ONE PIECE 17th Season: Dressrosa v30
2016/12/07 Persona 5 The Animation: The Day Breakers
2016/12/07 Umineko no Naku Koro ni BD Box
2016/12/09 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v4

30 Responses to “2016 11/28 – 12/04 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Gintoki_KotAro says:

    re:zero got a very nice 2nd week (“:

  2. Ejc says:

    > v3 adds 7600, total 30,849. A very abnormally large wk2 proportionally, even by this series’ standards, for some reason. Or, a suppressed wk1. Second ticket app window closing for v1-2 probably doesn’t explain v3.

    Most likely stock issues at Animate or some other major retailer, because it was definitely in stock the whole week at Amazon JP.

  3. NukaCola says:

    DreamFes is the new worst performing guy idol anime?Sad as I really love Traffic Signal.

  4. Llooyd says:

    This very strong second week for Re:Zero surprises me a lot considering how more frontloaded later volumes usually are.
    To be honest I expected volume 6 to merely break the 9k mark by the time the yearlies come out and the volume average counts but this here changes everything.

    I’m actually really confident volume 6 will make the 10k in the yearlies and if the following volumes manage to get above 9k we might actually look at another candidate for a 10k+ average this year.
    Volume 7’s stalker estimates seem to already follow suit to volume 6’s 7k and might even be higher considering that IIRC volume 7 has a big extra again.

  5. BlackPoint says:

    Re:Zero keeping our hopes for a 10k average 3rd week should probably add another 200~300 so that it reaches 9,5k as previous few volumes did :)

  6. ManCold:) says:

    sry, but what is with gochiusa ova?

    • something says:

      There’s an OVA coming out in April 2017… are you referring to that? The only recent Gochiusa release is a BD for the Rabbit House Live Party 2016 live event. It came out last week. It may rank on BD (likely not DVD) a second time in the full list later in the week.

  7. Ejc says:

    In regards to the Biz leak for this week, there some additional posts of missed data from that thread on the Chinese forum: http://tieba.baidu.com/p/4888498001.

    139 *,200 Nanbaka Vol.1
    237 *,115 <GARO> -DIVINE FLAME- Regular Edition

    153 *,196 <GARO> -DIVINE FLAME- Limited Edition

    The rest of the Top 300 BD/DVD Anime rankings from the official Oricon website, from my MAL post:

  8. Bob says:

    Would you be willing to do a post with sales projections for the BD/DVDs of the current season shows before they go on sale? I am interested to see what everything is projected to be and how it pans out on a weekly basis. I am seriously curious for a few shows that I enjoy but I would love some context because I would not like it if a show I like does badly. I would like to temper my expectations.

    • something says:

      You can check the latest Stalker estimates from time to time on a site like this: http://rederoin.motionsforum.com/t393-autumn-2016-v2

      But I might put something together with my guesses. Everyone starts with Amazon Ranking Stalker as the base (see Section 4 of the FAQ) and from there it’s just a matter of tweaking the estimates based on experience and understanding of Stalker’s shortcomings.

      Sometimes you know Stalker’s estimate will be too high, sometimes you know it’ll be too low, and that’s all just based on watching sales for a long time and getting a feel for when it’s typically off.

      • JJ says:

        That awkward moment when Yuri on Ice’s current estimate is already higher than its final predicted estimate last week. Being in the top 5 for a couple days really does wonders. In all seriousness though, the way predictions can change on a dime can make them fun to track but also kind of unreliable. Though it would be cool to look back and see how things have changed since the beginning of a season.

      • something says:

        Put together a post with the estimations and some comments here: https://www.someanithing.com/5902

  9. something says:

    The full list is out: http://pastebin.com/aX98BBmL

    But I just got home, I’m tired, and watching Flip Flappers is way more important than posting anime sales so, uh, I’ll do the full post tomorrow.

    • AholePony says:

      That was a good FliFla episode too, you will be rewarded for your hard work yesterday lol.

      • something says:

        A damn good episode. And damn good is the only kind of episode FliFla knows how to make, thankfully.

        Full ranking will go up tonight (not that there was anything exceptionally interesting in it).

  10. something says:

    Forgot to comment hours ago, but full ranking is posted.

    I’ll check the per-series ranking and ranking summary for the past three weeks tomorrow.

  11. NATAPORI says:

    I think Yuri!!! on Ice is dark horse of this season.What estimate for Vol.1 now? It seem more and more popular since first on-air.May be this serie will climb up to top seller of male series.

    • Elio says:

      There’s no way it’ll beat Love Live Sunshine, will it?

    • NukaCoka says:

      Will it really outperform utapri? :(

      • AnimePhoenix says:

        Thing is, it’s been beating UtaPri for weeks now at Animate.

        That and what with UtaPri’s CD Single Sales falling, YOI might actually beat it. The Animate estimate is….I don’t know now big it is lol, but if it’s as big as I think it is, and if the Amazon version really is that popular, it might get 40k week.

        Of course, I’m grateful for the for the fact that it’s not bombing like ChiaDan! or say 91 Days and reaching 20k itself would be a great achievement especislly nowadays, so I’m already happy.

    • something says:

      By “male series” I assume you mean shows with mostly-male casts. And if so, its only competition there is Utapri. And the odds of it outselling Utapri keep increasing. It’s been beating Utapri at Animate almost without exception since the last week of October, and generally beating it big-time. Like, all of the BD volumes and sometimes two different versions of v1 ahead of even Utapri v1. But the main reason it might beat Utapri is that Utapri may be underperforming compared to the last two seasons.

      My opinion on all this is still that Utapri v1 will probably beat YOI v1 but I’m not as confident of that as before. But YOI’s non-ticket volumes have a good chance of beating Utapri’s non-ticket volumes, so it’ll really just be a question of by how much, and whether that offsets any deficit from the event ticket gap.

  12. NukaCoka says:

    Haikyuu ought to easily be a safe 10K performer next week.

    Nanbaka sales are just plain sad. People dont like cute sparkly prisoners and guards :( and also one of the catchiest ops of the season.

  13. something says:

    Just realized no Nanoha Vivid wk2s, even though all three versions did rank twice according to Oricon. Boo, I bet all three weren’t too far below the top 100 threshold. At the very least it’s clearly over 5k if wk1 was 4,881 and three different versions got a wk2.

    Pretty disappointed not to get the number tho. Times like these I really miss the extended rankings. Odds of it making the per-series ranking next week are low unfortunately so I don’t see us being able to fill it in.

  14. Marcusmcfly says:

    Hi guys any know where i found a similar site like this but for hentai anime?

    • something says:

      I don’t think hentai disc sales ever get released. Oricon must have a no-porn policy, because I’ve never ever seen one rank.

  15. David says:

    Hi. Thank you for the list. From the full-list link: http://pastebin.com/aX98BBmL
    I saw top 20 from 21/11 to 27/11 there is Mob Psycho 100 sell 4264 copies while the last week the vol3 of MP100 sell only 4045 copies and you didn’t update anything for Mob’s previous vols. So why there is difference? Sorry for my English. Thank you very much.

    • something says:

      During the week of Nov 21-27 the series sold 4264 units. We know that 4045 of those were v3wk1. That leaves 219 units, so yes there’s discs unaccounted for. The problem is: we don’t know which volume or format those discs were from. It could be a mix of v1 DVD, v1 BD, v2 DVD, and v2 BD. But we don’t know where to put the extra sales.

      I only incorporate per-series ranking additions when I can unambiguously assign them to a specific release, or at least a specific volume. This usually means it’s only useful while there’s one or two volumes of a show out. Once you hit 3+ volumes, you can no longer tell which volume the additions are for.

      New Game! had the exact same problem that week: 4740 sold, 4591 of which are v3wk1, leaving 149 discs orphaned. And we can say the same for most of the other series on the list. The per-series ranking has only very limited utility.

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