Source link [Alternate]

Full list. 362/112 DVD threshold, 285/124 BD.

2017 07/24 – 07/30 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 215,963 215,963 1 Kimi no Na wa. RE
2 2 11,431 11,431 1 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v4
3 4 6,567 6,567 1 ONE PIECE Log Collection: Dressrosa
4 6 5,693 5,693 1 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 Ai no Senshitachi v2
9 13 2,495 2,495 1 Katsugeki Touken Ranbu v1
10 19 2,101 2,101 1 Gintama. v4
13 25 1,507 1,507 1 Natsume Yuujin-chou Roku v2
14 34 16 1,144 15,024 4 Youkai Watch Movie 3: Soratobu Kujira to Double Sekai no Daibouken da Nyan!
15 35 1,136 1,136 1 Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ v1
16 36 1,119 1,119 1 Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine v2
17 48 7 875 3,611 2 Starmyu Season 2 v2
18 51 36 763 100,205 159 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
19 52 738 738 1 Eromanga-sensei v2
20 54 733 733 1 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v5
21 57 658 658 1 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou v3
22 58 639 639 1 Super Lovers 2 v5
23 64 525 525 1 Hetalia The Beautiful World DVD Box
24 67 508 508 1 sin Nanatsu no Taizai v2
26 72 486 486 1 MatsuSelection: Karamatsu
27 77 440 440 1 Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records v2
28 88 10 392 2,327 2 Boku no Hero Academia 2nd v1
29 89 385 385 1 Brave Witches v6
30 93 373 373 1 MatsuSelection: Osomatsu
95 365 365 1 Marginal#4: Kiss kara Tsukuru Big Bang v5
96 364 364 1 Fuuka v5
97 24 363 1,622 2 Precure Dream Stars! RE
98 101 362 14,570 11 Koe no Katachi
257 257 1 Hinako Note v1
112 112 1 Kabukibu! v1

Other releases (concerts etc)
8 5,250 5,250 1 Yuuri!!! on Stage
9 4,531 4,531 1 Inuyasha (stage play)
22 1,824 1,824 1 Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken Diamond wa Kudakenai Special Event: Great Festival (live event)
28 1,390 1,390 1 Persona 3 The Weird Masquerade: Ai no Seiyaku (stage play)
38 1,073 1,073 1 Saiyuuki Kagekidan: Over the Bullets (documentary)
40 1,067 1,067 1 Tsuda Kenjirou & Kakihara Tetsuya Miwaki no Nopan Radio: Okinawa Gokujou Beach Dandies with Namikawa Daisuke
78 429 429 1 Nanbaka: Nanfes 2017
198 198 1 Morikawa Toshiyuki 20th Anniversary Dinner Show 2017
147 5,601 9 Walkure Live 2017: Walkure ga Tomaranai at Yokohama Arena

2017 07/24 – 07/30 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 202,370 202,370 1 Kimi no Na wa. RE
2 2 125,982 125,982 1 Kimi no Na wa. LE (4K UHD)
3 3 94,079 94,079 1 Kimi no Na wa. LE
4 4 18,841 18,841 1 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v4
5 5 16,351 16,351 1 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202 Ai no Senshitachi v2
7 8 9,118 9,118 1 Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ v1
8 9 9,064 9,064 1 THE IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Gekijou v3
9 11 6,581 6,581 1 Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! 2 v5
10 12 6,315 6,315 1 Katsugeki Touken Ranbu v1
11 13 6,292 6,292 1 Eromanga-sensei v2
12 15 4,040 4,040 1 Brave Witches v6
13 18 3,029 3,029 1 BanG Dream! v3
14 19 2,816 2,816 1 Tales of Zestiria the X Season 2
15 21 2,618 2,618 1 Natsume Yuujin-chou Roku v2
16 22 2,132 2,132 1 Gintama. v4
17 25 2,072 2,072 1 Seisenshi Dunbine BD Box v1
18 26 2,067 2,067 1 sin Nanatsu no Taizai v2
19 27 2,022 2,022 1 Re:Creators v2
20 30 1,531 1,531 1 Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records v2
31 1,437 1,437 1 Shuumatsu Nani Shitemasu ka? Isogashii desu ka? Sukutte Moratte Ii desu ka? v2
32 1,360 1,360 1 Demi-chan wa Kataritai v5
33 1,344 1,344 1 Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka Gaiden: Sword Oratoria v2
34 1,327 1,327 1 Hinako Note v1
36 1,234 1,234 1 Rewrite 2nd Season v4 (v11)
38 12 1,166 33,477 3 Kizumonogatari III: Reiketsu-hen LE
39 1,124 1,124 1 Fuuka v5
43 935 935 1 Uchouten Kazoku 2 v1
45 824 824 1 Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism v2
48 807 807 1 Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine v2
49 6 786 4,083 2 Starmyu Season 2 v2
50 5 784 8,398 2 Frame Arms Girl v1
51 759 759 1 Uchouten Kazoku 2 v1 (Amazon Edition?)
54 718 718 1 Marginal#4: Kiss kara Tsukuru Big Bang v5
56 703 703 1 Yondemasu yo, Azazel-san. BD Box
58 671 671 1 Urara Meirochou v5
61 640 640 1 Super Lovers 2 v2
62 630 630 1 Masamune-kun no Revenge v5
69 530 530 1 Alice to Zouroku v1
73 477 477 1 Schoolgirl Strikers v5
74 447 447 1 Kuzu no Honkai v5
77 416 416 1 Shin Kidou Senki Gundam Wing Endless Waltz (re-release)
79 371 371 1 MatsuSelection: Karamatsu
80 91 369 22,504 5 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v3
84 99 348 33,041 11 Koe no Katachi LE
87 322 322 1 MatsuSelection: Osomatsu
88 9 318 2,997 2 Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon
91 308 308 1 Kenka Banchou Otome: Girl Beats Boys v2
94 304 304 1 ChäoS;Child v5
96 13 301 2,511 2 Boku no Hero Academia 2nd v1
244 244 1 Kabukibu! v1
235 235 1 Hand Shakers EX
223 223 1 Sakurada Reset v1
124 124 1 Omoide no Anime Library v71

Other releases (concerts etc)
6 11,042 11,042 1 Yuuri!!! on Stage
81 57 353 18,150 9 Walkure Live 2017: Walkure ga Tomaranai at Yokohama Arena
142 1,407 2 Wake Up, Girls! 3rd Live Tour: Acchi Kocchi Iku kedo Gomenne!


Summer update:
Katsugeki Tourabu v1 sells 6315/2495, total 8,810. 15.5%/12.2% underestimated. Not an event ticket vol, that’s v2. …YIKES. While it’s better than most anime in general, this is far below the wk1 of *any* Hanamaru volume. It being barely underestimated is extremely interesting. This means it kinda did shit all at Animate relative to its normal Amazon ranking. And thus the ufotable action spectacle will be soundly trounced by the Douga Koubou slice of life show. We don’t get to say that very often.

Spring update:
Saekano s2 v1 sells 9118/1136, total 10,254. 59.3%/17.7% underestimated. Event ticket. Outstanding hold, beating not just s1v1wk1 but also wk2. Now granted, s1v1 ended up at 13,281 and s2’s legs won’t be proportionally as large, so this is mostly it being more front-loaded. But it’s as good a start as could be expected. That catapults it into the race for Spring #3 ahead of Eromanga-sensei now, so it’ll come down to which is more consistent in later volumes.

Uchouten s2 v1 sells 935/759 1,694. BD-only release. 13.5%/10.0% overestimated. This one is interesting because Oricon broke it out into two entries: “有頂天家族2 Blu-ray BOX 上巻” and “有頂天家族2 Blu-ray BOX 上巻 (描き下ろしアクリルスタンドAセット付)”. The extra bit on the latter there is straight from the item title of the Amazon-exclusive release, with the acrylic standees. That implies that, in an unusual move, the Amazon-exclusive got reported separately. And that means the Amazon-exclusive made up 44.8% of opening week sales. Therefore Amazon as a whole made up even more, since they’d have sold a large chunk of the normal LE as well.

Hinako Note v1 sells 1324/257, total 1,584. 13.9%/42.5% overestimated. Event ticket.

Alizou v1 sells 530. BD-only release. 21.6% underestimated. Sadness.

Kabukibu v1 sells 244/112, total 356. 238.9%/160.5% underestimated. That looks wonky because very low numbers + high price penalty means the estimate was only 115.

Sakurada Reset v1 sells 223 BDs, DVDd do not rank. 40.3% underestimated.

Granblue v4 sells 18841/11431, total 30,272. Its wk1 numbers are staying quite consistent, though they have varying legs.
v3 adds 369 BDs, total 36,390.

Deremas Gekijou v3, final volume, sells 9064/658, total 9,722. That’ll hit 10k next week, so amazing performance for a gag short even ignoring the super inflation from the event ticket v1. Series average: 21,328.

Eromanga-sensei v2 sells 6292/738, total 7,030. 25% drop on v1wk1 (event ticket). Not a small drop, but not a massive one. Saekano may get the nod over it, but we should need to Saekano v2’s drop first.

Natsume s6 v2 sells 2618/1507, total 4,125.

sin Nanatai v2 sells 2067/508, total 2,575.

Re:Creators v2 sells 2,022 BDs, DVDs don’t rank. No DVD number this time but the BDs increased by a few discs.

Akashic Records v2 sells 1531/440, total 1,971.

Haine v2 sells 807/1119, total 1,926. As expected, fell off a cliff after the event ticket (6.5k after wk3).

Sukasuka v2 sells 1,437 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Well, uh, it went up by 3 discs at least?

Sword Oratoria v2 sells 1,344 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Busou Shoujo v2 sells 824 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Frame Arms v1 adds 784, total 8,398.

Starmyu s2 v2 adds 786/875, total 7,694.

HeroAca s2 v1 adds 301/392, total 4,838.

Past seasons:
Zestiria s2 sells 2,816. One-shot BD-only release. Can’t calculate estimate because Stalker only tracked the Amazon edition.

Konosuba s2 v5, final volume, sells 6518/733, total 7,251. Series average: 9,794. It should hit 10k, though depending on what kind of legs v5 has it may juuust barely require waiting for the yearly per-series lists. Amazing hold for s2, especially with how the disc market is going these days.

Brave Witches v6, final volume, sells 4040/385, total 4,425. Series average: 5,127. Nothing compared to the ~14k of the main series s1-2 and their endless BD boxes, but… better than most shows these days.

Gintama. v4, final volume, sells 2132/2101, total 4,233. Series average: 4,653.

Bang Dream v3 sells 3,029. BD-only release.

Fuuka v5 sells 1124/364, total 1,488.

Demi-chan v5 sells 1,360 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Super Lovers 2 v5, final volume, sells 640/639, total 1,279. Series average: 1,366.

Rewrite s2 v4 sells 1,234 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Marginal#4 v5 sells 718/365, total 1,083.

Urara v5 sells 671 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Masamune-kun v5 sells 630 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Schoolgirl Strikers v5 sells 477 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Kuzu no Honkai v5 sells 447 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Chaos;Child v5 sells 304 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Maidragon v5 adds 318 BDs, total 3,387.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Kimi no Na wa sells 215963 DVD + 202370 BD RE + 125982 BD LE 4k + 94079 BD LE, total 638,394. We know Touhou shipped 1.2 million, which is the number that matters. What’s unknown is 1) how many sold through first week, 2) how many were eligible for Oricon reporting (so excluding overseas or whatever else they’d not report), and 3) how many Oricon would have missed by with its usual undercounting (they never catch anything, not by a long shot). All in all, a 1.2 mil shipment, some of which will go overseas and be excluded, some of which isn’t going to immediately sell first week, and assuming Oricon can miss almost upwards of half of sales depending on the release… yeah this seems like a very reasonable place for Oricon’s wk1 number to be.

Dunbine BD Box v1 sells 2,072.

Azazel-san BD Box sells 703.

Hetalia s3 BD Box sells 525.

Hand Shakers EX sells 235 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Kizumonogatari Movie 3 adds 1166 LE BDs, total 39,042.


Upcoming Releases for 2017 07/31 – 08/06
2017/07/31 Touken Ranbu: Sanbyaku-nen no Komoriuta (musical)
2017/08/02 Aikatsu Stars! v9
2017/08/02 Akiba’s Trip: The Animation v5 DVD
2017/08/02 Dragonball Super v7
2017/08/02 Naruto Shippuuden: Sasuke Gaiden Raikou-hen
2017/08/02 ONE PIECE 18th Season: Zou-hen v8
2017/08/02 Seiren v5
2017/08/02 Zero kara Hajimeru Mahou no Sho v1
2017/08/04 Pripara Season3 v11

32 Responses to “2017 07/24 – 07/30 Weekly Sales List”

  1. AnimePhoenix says:

    Ouch, that’s not good for Katsugeki. The stage plays seem to sell much more for TouRabu.
    Yuri!!! on Stage sold really well for something that’s not an idol concert, don’t you think, something?

    • something says:

      It seems pretty decent, I think. YOI wasn’t even all that event-driven in its initial release either (the ticket boost was decent but not outstanding) and as you mention it’s not a concert so only so much should be expected. YOI’s popularity isn’t as strongly tied to its live event presence as it is for, say, LL or Utapri.

      It is much less than, say, the biggest Tourabu stage plays. But they seem to be a pretty major exception.

      • AnimePhoenix says:

        Thanks! I think so too. Event tickets never really did much for YOI.
        TouRabu seems to sell more stage play discs than anime discs from what I’ve seen.

      • Chiaki says:

        ~16k does seem pretty low for Yuuri on Ice’s stage event, for a series which DVD/BDs averaged close to ~68k anyway. You don’t even have to look to idol titles like Utapri’s Live, similar events for other big sports anime (Kurobas and Free! for example) have done much better. The first Kurobas Cup (in 2013) sold ~26k in its first week, while Free! Eternal Summer’s stage event (in 2015) did slightly more than 30k.

        Kurobas: http://dvdbd.wiki.fc2.com/wiki/%E9%BB%92%E5%AD%90%E3%81%AE%E3%83%90%E3%82%B9%E3%82%B1
        Free!: http://dvdbd.wiki.fc2.com/wiki/Free%EF%BC%81

        It certainly does seem to me the fervor surrounding Yuuri on Ice finally cooling down. The second OST which was also released last week sold less than half (~21k) of what the first did, still a very respectable number for sure but nothing remotely close to the ~45k that OST1 did in its first week.

        • something says:

          Free and Kurobas are good points of comparison on the event, true. Though were they the same kind of event? I can never really figure out the format of each of these events… I’m not too concerned about the OST though. The show ended half a year ago so I would expect supplementary items like OSTs to sell less now. I doubt most people who bought the first one typically buy OSTs (since like, most OSTs barely sell anbything) so unless the show is actively airing they won’t be looking for the second one.

          • atala says:

            It’s also worth noting that the first OST contained the music used for the skating programs, so it’s more memorable and essential to fans than the second one which is only the background music

          • AnimePhoenix says:

            I think the type of event is important plus the seiyuu. YOI doesn’t have a lot of big seiyuu. Other than Suwabe, Miyano and Hosoyan, who wasn’t even in the event due to his health, I can’t think of any other big ones.The OST sales is also for background music like something said so I’m not surprised.

            And KuroBas and Free! slowed down in their second seasons yet their events sold very well. A very interesting point. Thanks for showing me those sales figures. I didn’t think of comparing those since they were from 2013 and 2014.

            I think it shows once again that event tickets don’t do much for YOI. The real test right now will be how long the movie takes to come out and how it does at the box office.

  2. Yaoi-Senpai says:

    I expected more for Yuri on stage. Well, that’s not bad at all :)

    • AnimePhoenix says:

      When you look back and compare it to other events which had idol seiyuu plus live concerts, I think Yuri!!! on Stage sold really well, and this is only the first week. In recent times, I think only Walkure or Miyano Mamoru events come close to what Yuri!!! on Stage did.

  3. Tiago says:

    That’s amazing for Saekano.. love the series, hopefully gets S3.

  4. Anonymous says:

    So glad to see how well the UHD version sold (even beating out the regular CE by a decent amount). After December Sky’s UHD release sold like shit I was really worried Japan had no interest in 4k anime — despite them being the third biggest market in the world for 4k tvs and NHK pushing it like mad — but this is a great sign.

    Looking forward to seeing Uchouten. Hopefully it at least maintains its s1 numbers.

  5. NukaCola says:

    Sad my favorite of the Touken Ranbu anime only did that much, or more sad that they will just stay as the company whose only success is tied to the fate series. (fav ufotable anime is God Eater though).

  6. Lidieth says:

    Yay, 22k for Yamato 2202! And v1 should be pretty close to 30k by now. It’s a drop from 2199 (last volume did over 40k IIRC) but still really good, I’m happy it keeps selling well. And it has theatrical release money too I guess. I wish I could go see it in theaters too… Not fair Japan, keeping all those anime movies theatrical releases to yourself.
    Those Your Name numbers, quite a sight. I wonder if mainstream releases get a bit less coverage, since sales would probably tend to be scattered across various retailers.

  7. Flushme says:

    Pretty surprised at the high number of DVD sales for Kimi no Na wa. Lots of casual or older viewers?

    • something says:

      It’s 1/3rd of total sales, which seems pretty reasonable (maybe even slightly low tbh) for such a mainstream hit.

      Disney/Pixar release all of their titles in BD/DVD combo packs in Japan, so maybe that’s put BDs into the hands of a lot of casual buyers, and influenced some BD player purchases? Dunno.

  8. HighnessFudanshi says:

    This is what happen when you almost erase the swords shipping and family SOL material. Although not created for this purpose, Touken Ranbu most “”important”” (financially speaking, there’s not hierarchy in love) fans are females and most of them are fujoshi (with a significant number of fudanshis too), and even the not-fujo/fuda side love the cultural information+SOL. Since 2016 I was expecting Katsugeki to under perform Hanamaru. I tried to give ufotable the benefit of doubt, but actually they did exactly what I feared until now.

    Another mistake (which also was made by Hanamaru): Munechika, the most popular character being totally absent (Katsugeki until now) or almost it (Hanamaru).

    The anime isn’t finished yet, but my hopes for the development are in the very bottom.

    At least it couldn’t be more disappointing than Dramatical Murder anime, one of the best and popular BL games (which stills sells lots of goods), that has been transformed into a confuse shounen-esque animation.

    • NukaCola says:

      Is it really a mistake?

      They had to have planned for this to be different than Slice of life hijinks than hanamaru, unless people really wanted the exact same thing (plus thats getting an s2 anyway). Actually what did people want from Katsugeki? all I remember is fans of touken ranbu being all mad it was being made in the first place, like everyone in the world just wants a slice of life anime. I dont know why people just want one type of anime to be made and are hyper critical and unaccepting of other types of anime. Fans get two anime of their franchise made, and were even rewarded with an s2, why hate on katsugeki? What more do you want?

      I dont know if I would even say this was a failure or a mistake of an anime to make as I think they wanted to deliver to types of different anime for the franchise. Anyway I prefer katsugeki, hanamaru put me to sleep some episodes when it was focused on sword boys I didnt care for, really my only dislike with slice of life hijinks. I love how suspenseful and dramatic katugeki is and it makes me actually care for the units, and also the sci-fi~ish theme with the time retrograde army is really compelling as presented in this anime, helping to, honestly, make it the best action show of the season for me.

      • HighnessFudanshi says:

        First of all –> disappointing =/= hate. Hate is a thing you avoid, drop and curse. I didn’t make any of those things.

        Second –> The majority likes SoL, so the chances of that Katsugeki to be more populat than Hanamaru are lower ever since.

        Third –> they could make a serious battle anime WITH the SoL aspects. They did it with Fate series (fanservice/romance tied with battle). Why do not do the same with Touken Ranbu?

      • atala says:

        Personally, as someone who’s never played the game but has always been interested in the beautiful character designs and the historical connections of the characters, what I wanted was an actual historical drama that either put aside the game’s plot -which is quite silly- or expanded on it -for example, to make the villains more interesting instead of disposable clones- so the story could be more compelling. My favorite episode of Hanamaru was when the Oda-gumi were sent to Honnouji and had to reflect on Oda Nobunaga as their master and such and such. I ended dropping it because there weren’t more episodes like that, but I’d expected this one would show us a deeper dynamic between Izuminokami and Mutsunokami, especially given the Bakumatsu setting, but so far it hasn’t received much above basic lip-service. Also, knowing the game dynamics, the constant playing up to the “master” and how devoted the guys are to them takes me out of the narrative instantly. If the figure of the saniwa was eliminated and replaced for one of the swords brandished as commander or captain I think it would work much better for me, personally.

    • Ayumi says:

      I watched all of Hanamaru in one sitting. It was fun and well made. But something about Katsugeki that I just can’t get into. I think the word best describe it is “boring”. It has great animation, one of the best of the year. But like you said, if there was shipping, maybe it would be more interesting. And the fighting scenes are very……umm….inadequate. I think I will give it one more episode before dropping it.

    • AnimePhoenix says:

      I am not a fujoshi or a big fan of the original game, but I think Hanamaru had more character interactions and shipping material. I love Katsugeki too but I can definitely tell there’s a lack of shipping material and too much focus on the fighting. I hope it rises all the same.

  9. Yuta says:

    So how would you say Tales of Zestiria The X did overall? It feels quite underwhelming.

    • something says:

      Committee was:
      Bandai Namco Entertainment (game publisher)
      Bandai Visual (video publisher)
      ufotable (animation studio)
      Anime Consortium Japan (licensing/streaming)
      Lantis (music publisher)

      So it’d be focused on video game sales, DVD/BD sales, but also probably just sales of any merch related to the franchsie in general, since I’d guess Bamco gets a cut of all of that.

      All in all I doubt it was a particularly impressive outcome for them, but it partly depends on whether it raised awareness enough to drive sales of other stuff.

  10. something says:

    Updated with the full list.

  11. BlackPoint says:

    ” Sukasuka v2 sells 1,437 BDs, DVDs do not rank. Well, uh, it went up by 3 discs at least? ”

    that sarcasm :D ugh….. how i wish it would have sold more, such an amazing anime and then this disc sales…

  12. Gatmar says:

    So how are the pre-orders for the summer titles doing so far?

    • something says:


      Ran the numbers last weekend. This seems like the season of disappointing sequel/spinoff performances.

      • Gatmar says:

        Face it. it is better to stream than but these days.

        • something says:

          This is a clearly false dichotomy though. It’s not “stream or buy” it’s “stream or watch on TV”, and whether you also buy it later is a second discussion. The two things aren’t even available at the same time, and they appeal to completely different needs. Nobody out there is going “gee I’m curious about this show, guess I’ll plop down ¥30,000 to see if it’s any good rather than watching the niconico stream”.

          What I think is happening is that any fans coming on board now never get into buying in the first place, just like many of them won’t want to watch on TV. I don’t think physical media has declined in desirability nearly enough among the people who traditionally buy discs to account for the downward trend. I think the amount of people who want to buy discs in the first place is simply getting smaller. Old fans leave the industry over time, and they’re being replaced by fans with less interest in discs.

          Viewership and ownership are different things. Ideally, the industry would be able to monetize both. In practice, the rise in one comes alongside the decline of the other. If it weren’t for international streaming, the streaming rise probably wouldn’t cover for the disc decline, but with streaming globally as a whole, they should be making up the gap, at least. (Of course, this will vary wildly from show to show.)

  13. Chiaki says:

    Seems like Katsugeki Tourabu vol.1 will have quite a strong showing in its second week (based on dailies). Not sure if it’ll be able to match Hanamaru’s ~18k average (depending on event tickets or maybe game codes etc), but a >10k average increasingly looks more likely than not for this one.

    • something says:

      It had a somewhat odd week in the dailies.
      BD: 10 > xx > 04 > xx > xx > xx > 04
      DVD: 20 > xx > 07 > xx > xx > xx > 12

      So it ranked modestly on Sunday, really well on Tuesday and Saturday, and not at all on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. I have no idea what that will translate to.

Leave a Reply