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2017 10/23 – 10/29 Anime DVD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 2 4,302 4,302 1 Free!: Timeless Medley Kizuna
2 5 1,863 1,863 1 Digimon Adventure tri. v5: Kyousei
3 7 4 1,841 15,311 2 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v6
6 17 28 1,126 326,788 15 Kimi no Na wa. RE
8 23 883 883 1 Naruto Shippuuden: Konoha Hiden – Shuugen Biyori v2
10 26 31 845 15,415 5 Meitantei Conan Movie 21: Karakurenai no Love Letter RE
12 30 745 745 1 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations v1
13 32 723 723 1 ONE PIECE 19th Season: Whole Cake Island v3
15 39 60 527 27,066 8 Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni
16 43 44 478 18,433 5 Meitantei Conan Movie 21: Karakurenai no Love Letter LE
17 48 69 442 107,714 173 Tonari no Totoro (2014 re-release)
18 56 390 390 1 Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni. v3
19 58 373 3,301 2 Katsugeki Touken Ranbu v4
20 67 22 310 1,764 2 Saiyuuki Reload Blast v3
22 83 68 277 14,914 11 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v5
23 84 97 276 9,963 6 Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale RE
24 87 35 273 1,160 2 Hitorijime My Hero v2
25 88 272 14,940 14 Doraemon: Nobita no Nankyoku Kachikochi Daibouken
26 92 99 267 7,564 6 Kuroko no Basuke: Last Game RE
27 45 239 992 2 Oushitsu Kyoushi Haine v5
28 15 239 1,911 2 Senki Zesshou Symphogear AXZ v2
30 220 16,562 19 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v3

Other releases (concerts etc)
22 890 890 1 Kalafina 9+one at Tokyo Kokusai Foram Hall A

2017 10/16 – 10/22 Anime BD List

Anime Rank All Rank Last Rank Week Sales Total Sales #Wks Title
1 1 7,105 7,105 1 Free!: Timeless Medley Kizuna
3 5 5,442 5,442 1 Digimon Adventure tri. v5: Kyousei
4 10 2 2,274 22,109 2 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v6
5 15 4 1,664 15,698 2 Senki Zesshou Symphogear AXZ v2
6 19 1,194 1,194 1 Tenshi no 3P! v2
10 23 1,079 1,079 1 Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni. v3
11 24 3 1,063 15,881 2 Owarimonogatari Season 2 v1 (Mayoi Hell)
12 29 12 782 5,790 2 Princess Principal v2
13 32 56 707 271,598 15 Kimi no Na wa. RE
14 33 7 697 8,373 2 Katsugeki Touken Ranbu v4
15 34 16 678 4,207 2 BanG Dream! v6
16 40 63 589 98,558 6 Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale LE
17 42 11 553 5,934 2 Eromanga-sensei v5
18 49 14 499 5,210 2 Gyakusatsu Kikan LE
19 51 9 491 6,399 2 Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭ v4
20 53 20 454 3,462 2 Knight's & Magic v1
55 26 446 2,441 2 Saiyuuki Reload Blast v3
56 429 429 1 Minami-ke Tadaima BD Box
65 87 378 29,051 8 Kono Sekai no Katasumi ni RE
66 18 369 3,633 2 New Game!! v2
69 356 356 1 Mister Ajikko BD Box
70 13 345 5,256 2 Made In Abyss v1
74 74 330 16,477 5 Meitantei Conan Movie 21: Karakurenai no Love Letter LE
76 23 326 2,457 2 Starmyu Season 2 v5
77 303 303 1 High School! Kimengumi BD Box v1
79 294 294 1 High School! Kimengumi BD Box v2
82 105 280 13,360 6 Sword Art Online Ordinal Scale RE
87 92 261 21,527 11 Granblue Fantasy The Animation v5
94 21 253 2,943 2 Natsume Yuujin-chou Roku v5
97 36 246 1,638 2 Isekai Shokudou v2
98 34 245 1,681 2 Gyakusatsu Kikan RE

Other releases (concerts etc)
8 3,638 3,638 1 Kalafina 9+one at Tokyo Kokusai Foram Hall A
91 137 256 26,797 8 THE IDOLM@STER Side M 2nd Stage: Origin@l Stars (Complete Side)
95 152 252 22,085 23 Walkure Live 2017: Walkure ga Tomaranai at Yokohama Arena
196 33,880 6 Love Live! Sunshine!! Aqours First LoveLive!: Step! Zero to One


Fall update:

Summer update:
Isekai wa Smartphone v3 sells 1079/390, total 1,469.

Tenshi no 3P v2 sells 1,194 BDs, DVDs do not rank.

Owarimono s2 v1 adds 1063 BDs, total 17,637. Well the lower than expected wk1 wasn’t just due to stock or anything because this is also the lowest wk2 for a Monogatari volume. I guess it’s just no longer a 20k series. Hell year continues to consume nearly all high-profile sequels. ::insert usual caveat about how it’s still amazing that a late night series like Monogatari sells even this much after 8.5 years and 34 volumes::

Symphogear s4 v2 adds 1664/239, total 17,609. Strong wk2 puts it back ahead of s3v2 as of wk2, though it needs to add another 645 to pass the total. (Keep in mind s3 had the small benefit of the extended rankings, which we don’t have anymore.)

Katsugeki Tourabu v4 adds 697/373, total 11,674.

Pripri v2 adds 782 BDs, total 5,790.

Made in Abyss v1 adds 345 BDs, total 5,662.

Saiyuuki Reload Blast v3 adds 446/310, total 4,205.

New Game s2 v2 adds 369 BDs, total 4,028.

Knight’s v1 adds 454, total 3,462.

Isekai Shokudou v2 adds 246 BDs, total 2,014.

Hitorijime v2 adds 273 DVDs, total 1,816.

Past seasons:
Granblue v3 adds 220 DVDs, total 39,066 in wk19.
v5 adds 261/277, total 36,441 in wk11.
v6 adds 2274/1841, total 37,420 in wk2.

Saekano s2 v4 adds 491 BDs, total 7,042.

Eromanga-sensei v5 adds 553 BDs, total 6,557.

Natsume s6 v5, final volume, adds 253 BDs, total 4,517. Series average: 4,777.

Bang Dream v6 adds 678, total 4,207.

Starmyu s2 v5 adds 326 BDs, total 3,708.

Haine v5 adds 239 DVDs, total 1,624.

OVAs, Movies, Boxsets etc:
Free Kizuna sells 7105/4302m total 11,407.

Digimon Adv tri v5 sells 5442/1863, total 7,305.

Minami-ke s4 BD Box sells 429.

Kimi no Na wa adds 1126/707, total 850,140. Mentioning this again here because it’s probably the last big milestone it’ll hit for a long time. 900k, if reached, may be a year away.

SAO Ordinal Scale adds 589/276, total 143,488.

Kurobas Last Game adds 267 RE DVDs, total 41,496.


Upcoming Releases for 2017 11/06 – 11/12
2017/11/08 Action Heroine Cheer Fruits v2
2017/11/08 Campione! BD Box
2017/11/08 Gate: Jieitai Kano Chi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri BD Box v1
2017/11/08 Heavy Object BD Box
2017/11/08 Nana Maru San Batsu v3
2017/11/08 Prison School BD Box
2017/11/08 Shokugeki no Souma BD Box v1
2017/11/08 Tsugumomo v6
2017/11/08 Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e v2
2017/11/09 Arslan Senki BD Box v2
2017/11/10 Kakegurui v2
2017/11/10 Kidou Senshi Gundam The Origin v5
2017/11/10 Net-juu no Susume v3 (DVD single)

21 Responses to “2017 10/30 – 11/05 Weekly Sales List”

  1. Tuna says:

    I dont know why v3 granblue suddenly reappeared, unless people are trying to makesure to buy all disc for the gold bar at the end, weird boost (it just had a 10 draw ticket if I remember), V6 already overtaking the previous volume, nice.

    Free! I guess thats will at least reach half of the average of that season, not bad

  2. AholePony says:

    Great, now I want to add up how much those 34 volumes of Monogatari would have cost if you bought all the imports….. Also, thanks for that Na Wa update, I had been adding them together for a while there but hadn’t in weeks and was curious what the total was up to.

    • something says:

      Assuming BDs, ¥245,000 MSRP (tax excluded). Adding in the remaining Owari s2 volumes and Kizu films brings the total to date to ¥282,400 MSRP (tax excluded).

      That’s about USD$2,500 MSRP at current exchange rates, although you have to add shipping and subtract online retailer discounts. Also the exchange rate was worse for much of Monogatari’s release than it is today. For my part, after all discounts and shipping costs and taking into account the exchange rate at the time each was ordered, I’ve spent ¥204,679 ($2,131) on Monogatari BDs so far. And I don’t even own Koyomi (maybe eventually) or Kizu (no thanks) or Owari s2 (eventually).

      • AholePony says:

        I salute you. Doing right by your hobby and supporting the industry. No thanks to kizu? Aww, I liked them quite a bit even though they should have been longer 2+hr each to flesh out the story more. I enjoyed the break in style myself. I was doing the state-side releases for Bake/Nise but then they started splitting to smaller boxes and it turned me off, I still get an itchy finger every few months to buy s2, hana, tsuki, etc. I’m sure I’ll cave eventually.

        • something says:

          Kizu’s visual style was immensely off-putting to me. The TV series’ style of abstract backgrounds is great, but the excessively CG approach of the films was just a disaster. I dropped Kizu 15 minutes into the first film because I found it unbearable to look at.

  3. Wandering Wastrel says:

    I’m glad to see that Princess Principal is at least showing up on the charts on the second week, and is doing somewhat well overall.

  4. Kippers says:

    Did Made in Abyss get bumped off the list? Kinda sucks.

    • something says:

      This is only the preliminary list. It’ll probably do 300-some in the full list that’ll be out on Thursday/Friday. Higher-priced items tend to be front-loaded anyway.

  5. Papa Shango says:

    No Made in Abyss in this list?

  6. yareyare says:

    Is 11k good for a recap movie?

    • something says:

      There’s more to determining what is good than just whether something is a recap or not. I don’t really think we can call this good or bad without knowing what expectations were. It’s certainly not amazing, but it’d be hasty to assume it’s bad too.

      • Luchael says:

        I completely forgot that this is a recap movie. Those numbers are about half of the average for the second season, so I’ve been kind of worried for the sales of the third season, which is coming out next year.

        • yareyare says:

          ok, I just checked the BD sales of some other recap movies like overlord (sold 5k) and hibike (5k) and i think 11k is actually not that bad for a recap movie but those shows averaged less than free! so still not sure

          • Tuna says:

            I just dont see a reason why someone would buy a recap movie (unless they somehow didnt get the full series, but even then). Additionally they probably also already paid to see the recap movie in a theater too, so again. Seems like a recap movie BD would just be for the most hardcore of the already hardcore collectors.

          • something says:

            There’s no particularly good correlation between being a recap and sales. I mean, the Nanoha first two films did 100k and they were recaps, albeit with all new art. The first two Madoka movies were pure recaps (not redrawn art) and sold something like 115k. But most recaps sell far less. Sub-20k or sub-15k is more the norm.

      • Sougo says:

        BD/DVDs of Free! recap films are bundled with event tickets, quite an aggressive promotional move for mere recaps. Not sure how you’d judge whether 11.4k first week is sufficiently good or not but safe to say sales would’ve been quite a bit lower without the ticket boost.

        • something says:

          The reason I don’t think that made too much difference (yet) is that those tickets were literally announced like 36 hours before the disc released, right when s3 was announced. It shot to #1 at Amazon when that happened, but I think it was too late to affect first week sales all that much. It’s possible there will be a long tail, or it’s simply possible the event in question isn’t that big of a draw. Maybe it’s a small-scale event or something like that – we’ve seen how the nature of an event has a major impact on how much it can boost sales (just compare Cinderella Girls Gekijou s1v1’s 40k+ to what s2v1 is estimated to do with its minor event).

  7. Nico says:

    The Free! Compilation movies are a bit of an oddity imao. They are technically “compilation” but they also include a lot of new material. This movie has roughly 15 or so minutes of new material and the second movie was at least 2/5ths new. The new material likely going to be necessary to understand the new Free! series coming out in the summer. I guess I’m surprised that in the theater and on BD/DVD this didn’t sell better.

  8. Blatch says:

    So I did want to ask because I guess this is the best place for most regarding JP releases… I see that Bakuon!! is getting a Blu-ray box next month, and yet it’s been less than two years since the show had its initial airing. I’ve not seen many instances where a box came out this soon, but the show sold at least a little better than average for its initial run, so I guess this could be a good thing. But *should* I be reading into this as a factor in the show maybe getting more content?

    • something says:

      BD boxes have been getting a bit faster of late, as far as I can tell. But no I wouldn’t read too much into it for this particular show. Usually if a BD box has some relationship to a sequel, the sequel is announced first and the BD box is timed to come out near it. Since we haven’t even had a sequel announcement yet, let alone one airing next season, it’s highly unlikely the BD box means anything more than the publisher wanting to squeeze in a bit more revenue before the end of the year.

  9. something says:

    Full list posted.

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