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2017 06/12 – 06/18 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
6 29 708 708 1 Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen v4
7 31 20 655 12,346 5 Koe no Katachi
8 40 42 448 96,447 153 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
9 70 36 273 14,424 4 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v2
10 80 35 234 6,689 4 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v6
11 92 11 206 1,333 2 Naruto Shippuuden: Naruto to Sasuke no Shou v3
12 60 188 21,889 4 Yuuri!!! on Ice v6
14 156 11,298 30 Soreike! Anpanman Omocha no Hoshi no Nanda to Runda
15 153 42,842 151 Majo no Takkyuubin (2014 re-release)便
16 146 7,231 44 Doraemon: Nobita no Himitsu Dougu Museum (re-release)
17 87 142 20,842 8 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v1
18 132 37,618 132 Soreike! Anpanman Pikapika Collection: Anpanman Tanjou / Anpanman to Baikinman
19 122 32,668 117 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (2014 re-release)
20 115 10,980 64 Doraemon: Nobita no Kyouryou 2006 (re-release)
21 105 4,960 34 Doraemon: Nobita to Kiseki no Shima ~Animal Adventure~ (re-release)
22 103 4,493 32 Doraemon: Nobita no Ningyou Taikaisen (re-release)
23 103 29,642 139 Tenkuu no Sora Laputa (2014 re-release)
25 23 100 933 2 ONE PIECE 18th Season Zou-hen v6
26 98 4,122 29 Doraemon: Shin Nobita no Tetsujin Heidan Habatake Tenshi-tachi (re-release)
29 95 17,231 8 Yuuri!!! on Ice v5
92 92 1 Tsugumomo v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
6 3,943 3,943 1 Miyano Mamoru Live Tour 2016: Mixing!
23 756 756 1 Noragami: Kami to Kizuna (stage play)
73 247 5,250 7 AD-LIVE 2016 v4
83 231 2,492 4 AD-LIVE 2016 v6

2017 06/12 – 06/18 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 7 1,549 1,549 1 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon BD Box v1
2 11 1,122 1,122 1 Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen v4
4 19 742 742 1 Tsugumomo v1
6 25 20 586 31,073 5 Koe no Katashi LE
8 33 22 425 15,290 4 Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love Legend Star v6
9 34 39 405 8,381 5 Koe no Katachi RE
10 41 27 333 54,557 4 Yuuri!!! on Ice v6
11 46 304 304 1 Minami Kamakura Koukou Joshi Jitensha-bu v3
12 47 35 289 23,352 4 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v2
20 65 23 236 11,647 3 Kubikiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregototsukai v6
71 89 219 5,660 4 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei BD Box
83 71 177 42,715 8 Yuuri!!! on Ice v5
87 60 157 11,043 4 High School Fleet OVA
88 55 154 6,713 3 Tenchi Muyou! Ryououki 4th Season v3
93 53 147 26,970 4 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou v1
96 101 144 31,711 8 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
1 12,717 12,717 1 Miyano Mamoru Live Tour 2016: Mixing!
15 10 992 14,675 3 Walkure Live 2017: Walkure ga Tomaranai at Yokohama Arena
21 684 684 1 Noragami: Kami to Kizuna (stage play)
43 325 6,856 10 AD-LIVE 2016 v4
61 252 2,992 4 AD-LIVE 2016 v6
74 210 2,017 4 AD-LIVE 2016 v2
79 193 2,998 4 AD-LIVE 2016 v1


Nothing really going on this week. Can’t remember the last time I saw a sub-100 prelim DVD threshold.

Spring update:
Tsugumomo v1 sells 742/92, total 834.

Granblue v1 adds 144/142, total 52,553.
v2 adds 289/273, total 37,776.

Deremas Gekijou v1 adds 147 BDs, total 42,611.

Winter update:
AoEx s2 v4 sells 1122/708, total 1,830.

Minakama v3 sells 304 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Past seasons:
YOI v5 adds 177/95, total 59,946.
v6 adds 333/188, total 76,446. Series average: 67,590. It can still pass Destiny but it’s going to be a slow crawl. The mid-year per-series rankings may be enough, otherwise it probably won’t happen until the 2017 per-series yearlies released Jan 2018.

Utapri s4 v6, final volume, adds 425/234, total 21,979. Series average: 28,503.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Sailor Moon BD Box v1 sells 1,549.

Zaregoto v6 adds 236 BDs, total 13,822.

Haifuri OVA adds 157 BDs, total 12,941.

Mahouka BD Box adds 219, total 5,660.


Upcoming Releases for 2017 06/19 – 06/25
2017/06/21 All Out!! v6
2017/06/21 BanG Dream! v2
2017/06/21 Clockwork Planet v1
2017/06/21 Days v9
2017/06/21 Drifters v6 (RE DVD singles)
2017/06/21 Hibike! Euphonium 2 v7
2017/06/21 Katekyou Hitman Reborn! BD Box v3
2017/06/21 Kekkai Sensen BD Box
2017/06/21 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon v4
2017/06/21 Little Witch Academia v3
2017/06/21 Magic-Kyun! Renaissance v7
2017/06/21 Monster Hunter Stories Rise On v2
2017/06/21 Oishinbo v3
2017/06/21 Re:Creators v1
2017/06/21 Shingeki no Kyojin Season 2 v1
2017/06/21 Starmyu Season 2 v1
2017/06/21 Suki ni Naru Sono Shunkan wo.: Kokuhaku Jikkou Iinkai
2017/06/21 Time Bokan 24 v4
2017/06/21 Touken Ranbu Hanamaru Special Event: Hanamaru◎Biyori (live event)
2017/06/21 Yowamushi Pedal New Generation v3
2017/06/21 YuuGiOu Arc-V v36
2017/06/23 ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka v2
2017/06/23 Chain Chronicle: Haecceitas no Hikari Part 1
2017/06/23 Chain Chronicle: Haecceitas no Hikari Part 2
2017/06/23 Chain Chronicle: Haecceitas no Hikari Part 3
2017/06/23 Gangsta. v6
2017/06/23 Kenka Banchou Otome: Girl Beats Boys v1
2017/06/23 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v8
2017/06/23 Kidou Senshi Gundam Tekketsu no Orphans Season 2 v9
2017/06/23 Love Kome: We Love Rice v1
2017/06/23 Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing BD Box v1
2017/06/23 Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing BD Box v2
2017/06/23 Soushin Shoujo Matoi v6 (RE singles)
2017/06/23 Trickster: Edogawa Ranpo Shounen Tanteidan yori v6

25 Responses to “2017 06/12 – 06/18 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    Look like this or the next week will be the final of YOI. I really enjoyed this journey <3
    Was on the Oracon list since December 2016, checking it weekly.

    I can't wait for the full yearly list (out on January 2018) I know it's so far but we need to wait.

  2. hpulley says:

    Sad for Tsugumomo sales. Expected for an old seinen manga adaptation which was a miracle it got made at all but still sad.

    Two weeks of super low thresholds, wow…

  3. AnimePhoenix says:

    Such low thresholds this week. My goodness. But it allowed YOI to rank, so good.

  4. Cyssa says:

    It’s good to see YOI in the ranking one more time. Now I will wait anxiously for the sales of Yuri on Stage and for the per series ranking next year.

    • something says:

      I should probably mention that the mid-year rankings have per-series rankings as well, and while there aren’t many unranked weeks for YOI to fill in with #101-300 data, it’s possible it could be a decent amount. Enough to pass destiny? No idea, but there’s a chance we don’t need to wait until next January.

      • Cyssa says:

        Oh, good to know about it! I thought the mid-year rankings would not make any difference to YOI. Now I’m even more anxious!

        • something says:

          The actual per-volume mid-year rankings for YOI will add very little, but yeah the per-series rankings (which draw on a slightly different set of data for unknown reasons) will add some.

          I’ve also updated this post somewhat to correct myself on the “unranked weeks are #101-300 weeks”, it should have been “unranked weeks are #301+ weeks”. So actually, 5,400 being added in the mid-yearlies is probably a bit too optimistic.

  5. derpinat0r says:

    i’m wondering if YOI could pass madoka in yearly sales. it doesn’t look impossible since it’s 6 months of sales and they can just put some short clip or give us a date for the movie and it will get some kind of boost for the discs.

    • something says:

      It needs to add precisely 21,000 more discs to accomplish that (well, 21,006 to break a tie) and that is quite a lot of discs. As we saw this week, we should expect it to slow down dramatically from this point onward. The show has finished airing, the event (and thus ticket application period) is long over, and there’s really not a lot of reason for people to pick up the discs now, aside from not having had a chance to do so yet.

      Per-series additions tend to top out around 10k, though some have crept upwards of 15k. However, those series didn’t rank as long as YOI did, so we saw less of their total sales before the per-series rankings than we’ve seen of YOI’s. All of the DVDs coming back to rank two weeks ago already surfaced a decent chunk of what would have been per-series rankings.

      There are still some missing weeks that the per-series rankings could cover, though. As of right now:
      • v1 BD – 26 weeks since release, ranked 23 times (+3)
      • v1 DVD – 26 weeks since release, ranked 17 times (+9)
      • v2 BD – 22 weeks since release, ranked 19 times (+3)
      • v2 DVD – 22 weeks since release, ranked 14 times (+8)
      • v3 BD – 18 weeks since release, ranked 15 times (+3)
      • v3 DVD – 18 weeks since release, ranked 15 times (+3)
      • v4 BD – 13 weeks since release, ranked 10 times (+3)
      • v4 DVD – 13 weeks since release, ranked 10 times (+3)
      • v5 BD – 9 weeks since release, ranked 7 times (+2, tho it’ll likely rank in the full list this week)
      • v5 DVD – 9 weeks since release, ranked 8 times (+1)

      IF all of those volumes were tracked every one of those weeks, that’s 38 weekly appearances not yet reported. I probably wouldn’t expect those weeks to amount to much more than 5,000 total units combined. The DVDs couldn’t have done much more than 100 each time they missed, and BDs about the same. 150 per format per unranked week would be 5,400 and that’s going to be on the high end.

      But if we estimate 5,400, that still leaves another 15,600 to add. If it has another 25 weeks or whatever before the yearly per-series ranking period closes, it’d need to add something like 624 discs per week every week until then. Or 104 per volume per week every week. Obviously it’ll add more at first and then less later but that’s the average needed.

      Posssssssible…? But sounds like a tall order even for YOI. Obviously if we know one thing for certain, it’s that YOI defies expectations, so there’s no point counting it out completely. But it would be tough. Might be a more realistic stretch goal to see if it can reach the 70k mark.

      When we see the mid-year per-series ranking and find out how close it is to the 5,400 guess, that’ll tell us more.

      Edit: I said the missing weeks would be weeks where it was “ranked #101-300”, but what I should have said is “ranked outside the top 300”, so I’ve updated the wording. The number of weeks you see for a disc in the weekly charts also includes weeks where it ranked #101-300, but not weeks where it was below #300. Oricon does not report sub-300 weeks anywhere (even in Biz?) except indirectly through the per-series ranking, which has always been a rather odd exception. But that’s the only place the per-series ranking data could possible come from, since it exceeds the known totals of discs’ top 300 rankings.

      • Cyssa says:

        @something, do low-sales animes can benefit from this ranking and add a few more units, since are counted the sales below the top 300, or is that ranking good only for animes with high sales?

        • something says:

          Only the top 30 series get reported in the per-series rankings. In the 2016 yearly list that had a threshold of 53,959 total units sold, which would be equivalent to just under 9k average for a 6-volume show. So it’s no help for average or lower shows unfortunately.

      • derpinat0r says:

        i just really hope YOI does defy everyone’s expectations like it has done so far. but with these number my expectations got lower. so let’s at least hope for 70k avg. that alone would be amazing. we got Pluto anime out of it thanks to that at least.

  6. David Smith says:

    Does anyone have the latest update of Stalker for Spring anime? I’m curious the most about AoT (not my favorite but I quite enjoy it for most part and I hear its sales is dead and that suck) and BnH’s sales (not expect a miracle here but atleast I can dream)

    • something says:

      Shingeki’s v1wk1 estimate is 8,742 measured normally, 4,482 applying Stalker’s penalty for higher priced releases. Their penalty is usually too harsh though so it’s more likely to be closer to the former number. Yes, this is a complete collapse in disc sales, well beyond what you’d expect from the natural decline of physical media or typical sequel drops. That said, it’s still a huge franchise so it’s really no surprise it’s getting another season next year.

      HeroAca s2 v1 has a 3,223 estimate. s1 only averaged 3.5k so I wouldn’t expect s2 to do much more than 3k average. But like Shingeki, this isn’t a series that’ll live or die by disc sales.

      • David Smith says:

        Thank you for your quick reply! That’s a massive drop for AoT between 2 seasons. I guess 4 years of waiting really hurts its fandom and a lot of fans decided to just go and read the manga.

        And for BnHA I wish its sales could be as high as it can so studio Bones can somehow get profit from it. 2016 and first half of 2017 is not a good year for Bones in term of disc sales since the series has the highest disc sales is Bungou Stray Dogs (S1) with “only” 5.3k average. They did a lot of good shows last year and also put a lot of efforts but none of them is a hit. That’s just so sad.

        • something says:

          Bones doesn’t get much money from disc sales, so I don’t think this is a problem for them. They’re back in 4th on the HeroAca production committee, so while they probably get some cut, the majority of the money they make is the fee they got from the committee for animating the series. This is true of most studios for most shows. They make their money for the work they do, moreso than for how the show performs later.

          So a successful studio is generally the one that gets a lot of work, not the one that animates the shows that sell the most discs. Obviously that’s oversimplifying things, but what I’m getting at is that studios are rarely major funders of anime and thus don’t reap the biggest rewards of a hit (but this also means they aren’t at much risk of imploding when a show fails). It’s low-risk/low-reward compared to being a company like Aniplex who tends to foot a lot of the bill for the shows they’re involved with. In HeroAca’s case, the committee in order of investment amount is Touhou (video publisher), followed by Yomuri Television Enterprise (TV station), followed by Shueisha (manga publisher) and *then* Bones. There’s a few companies even lower down (Dentsu, Sony Music Entertainment, Movic) but Bones isn’t even top three.

          And of course, if you do invest in a show there’s multiple ways for shows to make money, some of which are as big as, or much bigger than, DVD/BDs. And that means there’s multiple ways for the money to flow back. So even if Bones invested a good deal, and even if the discs only sell “average”, that doesn’t mean they aren’t getting cuts of other money (merch, streaming, licensing, etc). We have no way to know for sure though because every committee potentially sets things up differently, and we only know the order of most to least investment, not the percentages each invested.

          tl;dr Bones is probably doing fine financially with HeroAca, as long as they aren’t going over their production budget. Studios get hurt if they schedule poorly, go over budget, and deliver product late or in a substandard fashion. Those are all honestly bigger concerns for most studios for most shows than how the BDs sell. A show you animated can sell a ton of discs, but if you blew through your budget by mismanaging the project, you could *lose* money (like Actas was rumored to have for the insanely successful Girls und Panzer film).

          • David Smith says:

            Wow thank you for the insightful answer! I guess we really have no way to know if a show is “break-even” or not or how much profit the studio/manga, video publisher/… get beside BD-Dvd sales which is, as you say, just a part of the picture. The per-volume mid-year or per-series yearlies rankings doesn’t help either since they only report the sales of already big franchises. Man I hope those companies public some information so we would know better about the industry.

            Again, thank you!

  7. GintoKi_KotAro says:

    next week shingeki no kyojin s2

  8. Ayumi says:

    I have been checking on the daily oricon rankings and AOT is really doing poorly. Ugh.

    The good thing is that a new season is already greenlighted.

  9. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    @something you will post the half yearly list?

    • something says:

      When the full source data thing gets posted to the JP urisure. The per-volume yearlies won’t tell us much of interest, so there’s not much to say until the per-series yearlies leak, at which point I’ll do a mid-year post.

      Edit: Oh nevermind the per-series is out on Youtaiju too. For some reason I thought it was a Biz leak. Yeah I’ll do it some time this weekend.

      For those wondering, the per-series number for YOI is 406,328. The mid-year period covers everything up to last week, at which point YOI had 404,769. So the per-series ranking only adds 1,559, which is an increase of ~260 to its average.

      So it’s still got a good ways to go to reach Destiny. Not sure if the full year per-series will be enough.

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