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2017 03/27 – 04/02 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 4 12,912 12,912 1 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4
2 22 2,622 2,622 1 Fate/Grand Order: First Order
3 27 1,929 1,929 1 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v5
6 34 1,279 1,279 1 Marginal#4: Kiss kara Tsukuru Big Bang v1
7 36 1,202 1,202 1 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v10
8 37 12 1,192 5,749 2 Tsukiuta. The Animation v7
10 42 1,107 1,107 1 Strike The Blood II OVA v3
11 43 11 1,095 6,081 2 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 v1
15 66 77 534 91,762 142 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
17 68 32 529 1,839 2 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v4 (v10)
18 69 516 516 1 Fuuka v1
21 78 438 438 1 ViVid Strike! v4
22 96 333 333 1 Digimon Adventure tri. v4: Soushitsu
23 28 323 1,724 2 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v1
24 79 314 5,888 4 YuuGiOu The Dark Side of Dimensions
26 279 279 1 Nanbaka v5
27 33 250 1,558 2 Youkai Watch v7
28 236 5,300 33 Doraemon: Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum (re-release)
29 233 9,605 53 Doraemon: Nobita no Kyouryou 2006 (re-release)
30 227 41,108 140 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-rlease)
195 195 1 Kuzu no Honkai v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
12 4,367 4,367 1 Washizaki Takeshi 1st One Man Live
48 9 826 7,769 2 B-Project: Brilliant Party
59 14 633 4,405 2 AD-Live 2016 v4
65 22 535 2,213 2 Eguchi Takuya no Oretachi Datte Motto Iyasaretai! v1
72 21 492 2,283 2 Ensemble Stars! Shiritsu Yumenosaku Gakuin Dream Festival

2017 03/27 – 04/02 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 33,383 33,383 1 Yuuri!!! on Ice v4
2 3 17,738 17,738 1 Fate/Grand Order: First Order LE
3 5 10,772 10,772 1 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v5
4 6 3 8,626 54,782 2 Love Live! Sunshine!! v7
5 8 7,642 7,642 1 Strike The Blood II OVA v3
6 14 5,272 5,272 1 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai v10
7 17 3,947 3,947 1 ViVid Strike! v4
8 21 2,567 2,567 1 Senki Zesshou Symphogear BD Box
9 22 2,295 2,295 1 Marginal#4: Kiss kara Tsukuru Big Bang v1
10 23 2,209 2,209 1 Amanchu! v7
11 25 7 1,998 17,817 2 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 v1
12 26 1,954 1,954 1 Shuumatsu no Izetta v4
13 28 9 1,751 11,820 2 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v1
14 29 11 1,694 9,110 2 Tsukiuta. The Animation v7
16 34 1,455 1,455 1 Fuuka v1
17 35 27 1,434 45,182 6 Love Live! Sunshine!! v6
18 42 14 937 7,174 2 Macross Delta v9
19 43 927 927 1 Digimon Adventure tri. v4: Soushitsu
20 45 21 880 47,335 10 Love Live! Sunshine!! v5
48 794 794 1 Shokugeki no Souma: Ni no Sara v7
50 756 756 1 Schoolgirl Strikers Animation Channel v1
54 706 706 1 Keijo!!!!!!!! v5
57 22 680 4,791 2 Brave Witches v2
60 640 640 1 Lostorage incited WIXOSS v4
61 20 633 4,797 2 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v3
62 28 630 3,460 2 Gabriel Dropout v1
64 18 619 5,346 2 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v2
65 586 586 1 Kuzu no Honkai v1
67 566 566 1 Girlish Number v4
69 46 505 1,892 2 Bungou Stray Dogs Season 2 v4 (v10)
73 444 444 1 91Days VOL.6
76 118 434 41,624 6 Yuuri!!! on Ice v3
79 24 410 3,885 2 Meitantei Conan 20th Anniversary Movie BD Box: The Anniversary Collection v2 (2017-2016)
83 378 378 1 Fate/Grand Order: First Order RE
92 30 339 3,119 2 Natsume Yuujin-chou Go v4
93 86 332 35,582 15 Love Live! Sunshine!! v4
96 215 325 25,829 99 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi
100 35 307 2,356 2 Demi-chan wa Kataritai v1
134 134 1 elDLIVE v1
106 106 1 楽園 (Rakuen – release unknown)
91 91 1 Sousei no Onmyouji: Tenchimeidou-hen

Other releases (concerts etc)
7 7,832 7,832 1 Animelo Summer Live 2016 Toki 8.27
9 7,521 7,521 1 Animelo Summer Live 2016 Toki 8.26
10 7,510 7,510 1 Animelo Summer Live 2016 Toki 8.28
47 10 846 8,979 2 B-Project: Brilliant Party
49 16 780 5,589 2 AD-Live 2016 v4
51 741 741 1 Utawarerumono Super Live 2016
71 37 460 2,409 2 Ensemble Stars! Shiritsu Yumenosaku Gakuin Dream Festival
91 41 350 1,898 2 Otomate Party 2016
95 84 330 15,620 4 Mizuki Nana Live Park x MTV Unplugged: Mizuki Nana


Winter update:
Marginal#4 v1 sells 2295/1279, total 3,574. 52.6%/37.5% underestimated. Event ticket.

Fuuka v1 sells 1455/516, total 1,971. 16.2%/41.8% overestimated.

Kuzu no Honkai v1 sells 586/195, total 781. 21.7%/50.8% overestimated.

Schoolgirl Strikers v1 sells 756 BDs, DVDs do not rank. 1.6% overestimated.

Konosuba s2 v1 adds 1751/323, total 13,544. Strong wk2, if not as strong as s1’s. Still, it’s only 59 discs short of s1v1’s LTD so it’ll pass it easily.

Gabdro v1 adds 630 BDs, total 3,851.

Demi-chan v1 adds 307 BDs, total 2,994.

Fall update:
YOI v4 sells 33383/12912, total 46,295. That’s actually slightly better than v3wk1’s 46,146. Now having the huge 9k wk2 of v3 is unlikely but still, this will be another 50k volume.
v3 adds 434 BDs, total 57,894 in wk6, meaning it added 289 in wk5.

Izetta v4 sells 1,954 as a BD-only release.

Keijo v5 sells 706 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

lostorage v4 sells 640 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Girlish Number v4 sells 566 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Nanbaka v5, final volume, sells 279 DVDs, BDs in the full list? Series average: 511.

LL Sunshine v4 adds 332, total 35,582.
v5 adds 880, total 47,335.
v6 adds 1434, total 45,182.
v7 adds 8626, total 54,782. Will get at at least v2’s 60k. Series average: 51,783.

G Tekketsu s2 v2 adds 619 BDs, total 5,899.
v3 adds 633 BDs, total 5,275.

Brave Witches v2 adds 680 BDs, total 4,791.

Natsume s5 v4 adds 339 BDs, total 4,717.

Stray Dogs s2 v4 adds 505/529, total 3,731.

Past seasons:
Jojo pt4 v10 sells 5272/1202, total 6,474.

Vivid Strike v4, final volume, sells 3947/438, total 4,385. Series average: 4,833.

Amanchu v7, final volume, sells 2,209 as a BD-only release. Series average: 2,270.

Shokugeki s2 v7, final volume, sells 794. BD single version, DVD box came out in November. Series average: 1,368.

Macross Delta v9, final volume, adds 937 BDs, total 8,163. Series average: 9,459.

Tsukiuta v7, final volume, adds 1694/1192, total 14,859. Series average: 7,608.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
FGO First Order Special sells 17738/2622, total 20,360.

Zaregoto v5 sells 10772/1929, total 12,701.

Strike the Blood II OVA v3 sells 7642/1107, total 8,749.

Symphogear s1 BD Box sells 2,567.


Upcoming Releases for 2017 04/03 – 04/09
2017/04/04 Aikatsu 2nd Season BD Box v2
2017/04/04 Aikatsu Stars! v6
2017/04/04 Akiba’s Trip: The Animation v1
2017/04/04 Babel 2-sei (2017 re-release)
2017/04/04 Dragonball Super v6
2017/04/04 Dream Festival! v5
2017/04/04 Flip Flappers v4
2017/04/04 Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars v6
2017/04/05 Manga Sekai Mukashibanashi v11
2017/04/05 Manga Sekai Mukashibanashi v12
2017/04/05 Naruto Shippuuden: Naruto to Sasuke no Shou v1
2017/04/05 Occultic;Nine v5
2017/04/05 ONE PIECE 18th Season Zou-hen v4
2017/04/05 Puzzle & Dragons Cross v2
2017/04/05 Seiren v1
2017/04/05 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v4
2017/04/07 Ghost in the Shell/Koukaku Kidoutai (2017 re-release)
2017/04/07 Megazone 23 (2017 re-release)
2017/04/07 Megazone 23 III (2017 re-release)
2017/04/07 Pripara Season3 v7

Two more Winter shows get going this week. Both will sell essentially nothing.

54 Responses to “2017 03/27 – 04/02 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Liver says:

    Welp okay then. Sunshine fans did their best (i only bought vol 1 bcs no money ;_;), Yoi is just too strong.
    As a fan of Typemoon, I’m happy with FGO numbers, no Nasu (and Gudako) no buy. Serves them right.

    Not related to anime but do you know how much Shin Godzilla BD DVD sells? I love the movie, better than Eva rebuild, hope it sells well.

  2. derpinat0r says:

    I’m happy for the great sales of my favourite shows this week. Konosuba even doing better than s1.
    i’m hoping they adapt all 8 Orders from Fate. Strike the blood s3 confirmed?
    YOI and sunshine still going strong. Sunshine could’ve done better tbh.
    Wish Zaregoto did better i can’t see them keeping on adapting all chapters with 1 ova ep. unless they sold in a box set and that sells good. they should’ve used Take’s art like in katanagatari.

    • BlackPoint says:

      Konosuba is truly doing great well we will see how the next volume does which wont have any game bonus, though i hope it can still manage a 10k average which would give us much hope for a 3rd season.
      For FGO i am expecting it to get a full tv series. As for strike the blood hard to say if they will ever make more of it once the OVAs end perhaps another OVA season since its selling better then the tv series did back then so doubt they would go and risk it with a tv series when the ova sells better.
      And i think zaregato is doing fairly good for the type of show it is, so askin for anythin better then that would be kinda strechin it.

    • The lowest point of Zaregoto was indeed the art. I hoped it would at least boost the novel a bit, but sadly i don’t see it at all. By the way, the 3rd volume and so on are much more anime-like so i hope they adapt everything (This buying fandom will love it at the point of buying it all,) considering Nishio-sensei’s name and his non-stop anime wave, it wouldn’t be bad (That aside, Zaregoto is pretty popular by itself).

      Konosuba deserves be buried and forget ’til the end of times.

  3. AnimePhoenix says:

    YOI just keeps making history. Keep it up, my lovely anime. <3

    • Elio says:

      Watch Kemono Friends sneak up the woodworks

      • atala says:

        It won’t because the BD/DVDs are being sold with the book (novel?), so it won’t be reported alongside other anime by Oricon. And the word around town is that v1 didn’t clear the 60K threshold that was the bottom of the ranking for Oricon books

        • something says:

          Threshold was 6k, not 60k.

          • atala says:

            6K? And Kemono Friends didn’t even do that? Wasn’t it explossively popular? I didn’t watch the show, but if that’s the case then that’s a very bizarre case of a show gaining unexpectedly massive popularity and then massively underperforming.

            • something says:

              Tons of reasons why any piece of media may not perform as some people expect:
              • internet popularity can be misleading
              • popularity is not just defined by media sales
              • Amazon may be incredibly unrepresentative for certain pieces of media
              • sales tracking is not good with long tails, so stock issues or reporting thresholds may result in misleading media sales reports

              Mix and match as needed, and there may be plenty of other reasons for any particular media product putting up smaller numbers than people feel matches the product’s perceived popularity. This applies to pretty much everything.

              • AholePony says:

                I thought of 2 other possible reasons, one being that this is a show that was mid production when the game it’s based on was cancelled, it seems likely they thought it wouldn’t sell at all and just ordered super small print runs of those books and disks. The other possibility I thought of; is I read somewhere the show appeals to that “family” demographic in japan whom have never been big disk purchasers. Look at sales of those long running kids shows like Precure that are HUGE franchises but don’t sell many disks per volume (lots of volumes though). It seems quite likely kimono friends could fall into that group.

                • Anonymous Friend says:

                  They can’t meet the demand for it. There’s a reprint of books over the next few weeks going on and no one knows how much is being reprinted, but it’s been at the top of Amazon book rankings consistently for a month or two and goes out of stock constantly. We’ll see in a few weeks what happens.

            • dio says:

              because first print number of the book is only 6k…

      • AnimePhoenix says:

        I’m actually curious about that. Apparently, it sold less than 6k. Wonder what happened there.

  4. NukaCola says:

    Darn I was hoping Marginal#4 would do really well, its so charming for a high school age male idol series, especially with most of its focus on random plot events. Also KENN.

  5. Mami Kawada Lover says:

    >2017/03/29 Kuzu no Honkai v1
    >not ranked

  6. KoalaZ says:

    KonoSuba is great anime with f’kn great bonus game.

  7. Ayumi says:

    So happy for YOI. i hope week 2 will do at least 6k.


    Is YOI already guaranteed the best selling title of 2016?

    • something says:

      All depends on where LL Sunshine’s event tickets end up. v7 is going to reach at least 60k, and v5-6 may pile on more than their current 45k as stock allows (v5 is OOS at Amazon again). I can see it getting to 55k average.

      YOI had an excellent wk1 hold for v4, but whether it stays on par with v3 depends on what its wk2+ is like. v3’s tail was pretty darn strong, and there’s reason to believe next week will be lower wk2s across the board. This week’s wk1 releases seemed slightly stronger than expected, which often correlates to a smaller wk2.

      More than likely it’ll be YOI on top, but we still don’t know what the saturation point is for the LL event tickets.

      tl;dr check back in two months I guess.

    • Yaoi-Senpai says:

      I’m sure that it will be the second, Sunshine has 5 event ticket, it’s impossible for YOI to beat it.

      • something says:

        I’ve said in the past to be cautious, but it’s certainly not impossible. If anything YOI’s odds are higher at the moment. But it’s close enough that I don’t see any reason to make a proclamation one way or the other.

        • Cyssa says:

          I have a question, the best selling is about the best average or the most sold by units of dvd and blu-ray?

          • something says:

            Average. Otherwise shows with more volumes would have an unfair advantage. Like, a 1-shot box release could sell 50k but be considered as selling “worse” than a 6 volume show selling 10k a volume even though the box made far more money. Average controls for volume count.

            (Insofar as comparisons are meaningful at all these days with so much being driven by bonuses.)

            • Cyssa says:

              Oh, I understand now. It really is a much fairer method to compare sales. Thank you for the answer.

              • something says:

                I will add that every method has its drawbacks. While average controls for volume count, it does nothing for MSRP. Or episode count. Or episode length.

                Technically the best measure would be revenue in ¥ per minute of unique animation (i.e. not re-counting OP/EDs). That’s just impossible to track without driving yourself totally insane!

  8. Cyssa says:

    I’m very satisfied with the first week of the YOI 4. I hope that sales don’t end much below of vol 3.

  9. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    I’m so happy to see YOI v4 selling better than V3. I hope it sell 55k copies.

  10. AholePony says:

    Looks like Vivid Strike did ok for itself and was fairly consistent across volumes. Amanchu finished a bit lower than I’d like to see but I know it’s not as bad as it could be (poor Urara). Those Strike The Blood OVA still keep hitting good numbers lol they haven’t even been that good by that show’s standards but the fans sure are dedicated.

    • something says:

      Vivid Strike sales will end up almost identical to Vivid from 2015 so I guess that’s decent at least. If it can hold this “almost 5k” level for Vivid s2 and maybe a Vivid Strike s2 that’d be all I can realistically ask.

      The big question is how Reflection will do compared to the 1st and 2nd films from years ago… box office has become much more powerful since Nanoha 1st, UBW and Haruhi Shoushitsu all suddenly jump-started the current late night box office boom back in January/February 2010. What Nanoha did back then would probably be a ¥1bn performance nowadays, and they both sold about 100k discs too.

      Is the fanbase still there? It is hugely diminished? We’ll see…

      • AholePony says:

        It will be interesting to see what kind of box office pull they manage for sure. I did get started on the Nanoha franchise after I had asked you where to start, I’m through the first two seasons and they’ve been a blast so far!

  11. Progeusz says:

    Didn’t comment on it last time but KonoSuba’s sales are really impressive. I really hope S3 will get announced soon. I know it’s kadokawa we’re talking about but will they be able to refuse those numbers at low production cost? It’s a perfect show for them. Supreme source material, no need to care about production values because QUALITY only adds to the experience while seiyuu are simply being seiyuu, magnificent bastards they are with that genius voice acting.

    Nice to see Symphogear adding a couple of thousands more despite being not too old series.

    Sad that FGO sold 20k but I guess those are just hardcore collectors who want to have everything Fate related (too bad they aren’t hardcore enough to purchase Prisma Ilya).

    • something says:

      Unless there’s been comments from the staff/committee, I’d be cautious of assuming Konosuba costs less than your average anime to animate. Everything I’ve read, originating from the staff’s comments, is that the visuals are very much intentionally loose. That doesn’t mean they can’t still maybe save some money doing less drawing corrections but that seems like it’d be a small part of the budget.

      All that said, yeah another 10k season should certainly make a s3 viable, especially with ongoing novels.

  12. Pikaskate says:

    Kuzu No Honkai didn’t even rank? that sucks super hard, show that i liked this season sold again like shit

  13. ayumi says:


    I just saw the amazon ranking and Shingeki is pretty low on the ranking. Is it because of the various volumes of “GRANBLUE FANTASY The Animation” taking over the charts that makes it seem low or is it because Shingeki is “underperforming”? It’s my favorite show this season so I was kind of shocked that it’s not beating everything this season. Maybe it’s still too early to tell?

    • something says:

      Shingeki is underperforming massively right now. I’ve been bringing it up a few times on twitter. The fact that it wasn’t top 20 the day it was solicited was surprising. The fact that waiting days after that changed nothing even moreso. The fact that episode one only got it into the top 100 for four hours with a peak of 86? That’s just *holy shit*, yikes.

      I’ve been saying for years that a sequel would drop, and probably considerably. But I as thinking 52k to maybe 30k. Like 25k (which would be more than half) at worst.

      At the present rate it’s technically questionable if it’s a 10k title. The current estimate is 4,379, and even if you use the non-penalized estimate it’s 8,667. Frankly, I would have expected it to have that many points to date. not as a final estimate days after the first episode has aired. And when it has an event ticket.

      In the end I think it’ll beat any really low-looking estimates and there’s no way it’ll be a sub-10k show, but wow has the performance so far been shocking. Even relative to my very conservative estimates and expectations which were based on mediocre reception to the live action films, lack of interest in the chibi spinoff, pretty bad BD box sales, sharp decline of the manga over the last few volumes (2mil+ down to 1.3mil) and just general sense that s1 was a mainstream phenomenon that would be extremely difficult to repeat.

      But not even all of that combined prepared me for “Shingeki can’t even put together a meaningful run in the top 100 after it starts airing”. I consider this as big of a story as Granblue’s explosive success, just a less positive one.

      It just goes to show: don’t wait on your sequels. We’ve seen it over and over, but time kills large fanbases.

      • ayumi says:

        Wow. If the sales are THAT bad, they might not even make another 12 episode season, which would be devastating to the fans who don’t read the manga (like me). But AOT is a big title so I’m hopeful they will adapt more anime after this season.

        So, a Madoka sequel will probably sell much lower than season 1 average. It’s crazy that big shows like Shingeki and Madoka wait so long for sequels when they could have made tons of more money if they had done it earlier. I just hope YOI won’t follow the same path.

        • something says:

          YOI is still fresh so if they’re not already cracking away on the followup they’re nuts.

          And yeah, I have a feeling Madoka would hold up much better than Shingeki (less reliance on fickle mainstream interest) buuuuuuut… it would be a much smaller show than the original. Hence why I’m sure they’ll stick to films, if they ever do more.

      • Yaoi-Senpai says:

        @something Are you sure about SNK 2 sales? I heard some rumors that it’s going to sell more than 100k copies, like Love Live 2 and Osomatsu San.

        @Ayumi why are you talking about Madoka sequel? Did Urobuchi announced something? Oh and don’t worry about YOI, I’m sure we will get a sequel on 2018. We already got Osomatsu san 2.

        • something says:

          I’m not sure why we would concern ourselves with ‘rumors” when we can easily see how it’s ranking at the moment.

        • AnimePhoenix says:

          Don’t believe those rumors. Look at facts instead. SnK is not doing well in Stalker. Not that well in Animate either. Unless it gets some big event ticket…well, even then, I’m not sure it’ll do very well.

          • something says:

            Amazingly… it already has an event ticket. In both volumes.

            If there’s any factor hurting it beyond simple passage of time and contraction in fanbase, maybe the 2 half-cour sets format hurts it? Maybe a show like this is more conducive to cheaper but more numerous singles? I really don’t know though. Not sure what more mainstream JP video buyers’ preferences are regarding release formats (singles vs 6 ep boxes).

          • Yaoi-Senpai says:

            @animephoenix True, but it’s still early to judge, I’ve checked that Vol.1 of AOT 2 will be out on June and I’m not sure why but it cost 15k Yen while GBF Vol.1 will be out on April and it cost 5k Yen. Maybe because it’s Expensive? Well who cares I’m not big fan of AOT.
            Anyway thanks. I will check in this website more often, better than Twitter.

            • something says:

              Shingeki is coming out in two six-episode sets, so the overall cost is the same. It’s just in two chunks rather than six.

              • Sarsar says:

                Isn’t high price usually underestimated?

                • something says:

                  For releases with an MSRP under ¥20k, yes. But even without the penalty, Shingeki’s estimate is only 8,985. It’s 4,499 with the penalty. So a good estimate is probably somewhere in between. Unless it’s doing better at other shops than at Amazon.

                  But even if it were to triple its unpenalized estimate, well… yikes.

      • atala says:

        I will be forever mystified as to why WIT decided to prioritize Araki’s Attack on Titan Zombie!AU fanfic instead of the actual money machine, considering they’d long had enough material to make a new cour. Heck, the second season was already planned for 2016 and they decided to postpone it to air Kabaneri instead. I really hope their insanely long wait doesn’t kill the franchise.

    • Tuna says:

      Folks, me included, have to get granblue for swim outfit gran!

  14. something says:

    Full list: https://pastebin.com/ATdPanKi

    Will do the post when I get home tonight.

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