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Japan's Weekly Blu-ray & CD Rankings for Sept 8 - 14

by tsubasalover
Sep 16, 2014 2:23 AM | 69 Comments
Here are the weekly Blu-ray & CD rankings for September 8th - 14th

Rank / This week's sales by copies / Cumulative sales / Titles

Blu-ray
*1. 9,862 *9,862 Persona 4 The Golden Animation Vol.1 Limited Edition
*2. 7,303 *7,303 Hakuouki Movie 2: Shikon Soukyuu Limited Edition
*3. 2,871 *2,871 Mekakucity Actors Vol.6 Limited Edition
*4. 2,047 *2,047 Slam Dunk Blu-ray Collection Vol.2
*5. 1,016 46,594 Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season Vol.3 Special Limited Edition
*6. *,791 10,588 Kill la Kill Vol.9 Limited Edition
*7. *,476 **,476 Shonan Bakusozoku Blu-ray Collection Vol.6
*8. *,433 13,852 Haikyuu!! Vol.2
*9. *,376 **,376 Hakuouki Movie 2: Shikon Soukyuu Regular Edition
10. *,364 71,515 Kaze Tachinu
11. *,346 53,481 Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season Vol.2 Special Limited Edition
12. *,321 10,599 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Vol.2 Limited Edition
13. *,302 *9,183 Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka? Vol.3 Limited Edition
14. *,297 *9,941 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei "Nyuugaku-hen" Vol.2 Limited Edition
15. *,291 *1,884 Jinsei Vol.1
16. *,275 *2,053 Black Bullet Vol.3 Limited Edition
(cut-off 275)


DVD
*1. 7,258 **7,258 Hakuouki Movie 2: Shikon Soukyuu Limited Edition
*2. 2,913 **2,913 Persona 4 The Golden Animation Vol.1 Limited Edition
*3. 2,399 **2,399 Mekakucity Actors Vol.6 Limited Edition
*4. 1,028 **1,028 Hakuouki Movie 2: Shikon Soukyuu Regular Edition
*5. *,803 122,858 Kaze Tachinu
*6. *,561 *12,125 Tonari no Totoro HD-Remaster
*7. *,557 *17,090 One Piece Log Collection "Ace" (eps.477-496)
*8. *,550 *13,750 Haikyuu!! Vol.2
*9. *,502 *16,843 One Piece Log Collection "Marineford" (eps.459-476)
10. *,375 **6,627 Kamiusagi Rope: Warau Asa ni wa Fuku Kitaru tte Maji ssuka!? Vol.5
11. *,304 **4,474 Doraemon: New Nobita's Great Demon - Peko and the Exploration Party of Five Regular Edition
12. *,252 **5,791 Sekaiichi Hatsukoi Movie: Yokozawa Takafumi no Baai Limited Edition
13. *,234 **3,453 Mekakucity Actors Vol.5 Limited Edition
14. *,233 **4,864 Majo no Takkyuubin HD-Remaster
15. *,232 **3,305 Lupin III: Cagliostro no Shiro HD-Remaster
16. *,226 **4,912 Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus Vol.1 Limited Edition
17. *,220 *19,392 Lupin III vs. Detective Conan: The Movie Regular Edition
18. *,216 **8,174 Kuroko no Basket 2nd Season Vol.8
19. *,216 *17,380 Haikyuu!! Vol.1
20. *,215 **4,501 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi HD-Remaster
21. *,203 *59,624 Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Vol.7
22. *,192 **2,205 Kill la Kill Vol.9 Limited Edition
(cut-off 192)


CD Single
*6. 16,055 *16,055 Fairy Tail (2014) ED "Kokoro no Kagi" by May J. (inclu. in "Hontou no Koi")
*9. 14,604 *14,604 Aldnoah_Zero ED "A/Z aLIEz" by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]
10. 14,111 *14,111 Cardfight!! Vanguard Movie: Neon Messiah Image Song "CHANGE!! c/w Simpaishou na Kanojo" by DAIGO
13. *7,865 **7,865 Haikyuu!! ED "LEO" by tacica
17. *4,785 **4,785 Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo Returns OP "Yue ni, Matenrou" by MUCC
24. *2,925 **2,925 Diamond no Ace Character Song Series Vol.3 Haruichi Kominato "Eien no Rival" by Haruichi Kominato (CV: Natsuki Hanae)
25. *2,914 110,138 Youkai Watch OP "Geragerapou no Uta" by King Creamsoda
27. *2,729 **2,729 Diamond no Ace Character Song Series Vol.1 Eijin Sawamura "GROW STRONGER" by Eijin Sawamura (CV: Ryota Ohsaka)
31. *2,488 **2,488 Diamond no Ace Character Song Series Vol.2 Satoru Furuya "VIOLENT WIND" by Satoru Furuya (CV: Nobunaga Shimazaki)
33. *2,341 **2,341 Hanayamata IN "Kodoku Signal" by Need Cool QualityX
36. *2,143 *19,295 Free!: Eternal Summer Character Song 03 Rin Matsuoka (Over the Dream) by Rin Matsuoka (CV: Mamoru Miyano)
38. *2,070 *18,135 Hanayamata OP "Hanaha Odore ya Irohaniho" by Team Hanayamata
39. *1,983 *29,979 Stand by Me Doraemon ED "Himawari no Yakusoku" by Motohiro Hata
40. *1,908 *34,363 Sword Art Online II OP "IGNITE" by Eir Aoi
41. *1,843 *31,648 Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus OP "ENAMEL" by CID
46. *1,603 *16,335 Free!: Eternal Summer Character Song 04 Nagiza Hazuki (Boku Kakumei) by Nagisa Hazuki (CV: Tsubasa Yonaga)
47. *1,591 *16,341 Free!: Eternal Summer Character Song 05 Rei Ryuugazaki (Coming Soooon!!) by Rei Ryuugazaki (CV: Daisuke Hirakawa)
50. *1,479 **5,876 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei ED "Mirror" by Rei Yasuda
52. *1,430 **8,542 Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun OP "Kimi ja Nakya Dame Mitai" by Masayoshi Ooishi
54. *1,397 **1,397 Shinryaku!! Ika Musume ED "Misers Dream" by Kanae Itou
56. *1,350 *15,675 Aldnoah.Zero OP "heavenly blue" by Kalafina (Single Version)
61. *1,116 *38,700 Uta no Prince-sama♪ Quartet Idol Song (Marriage / You're my life) by Renji Kotobuki (CV: Showtaro Morikubo), Ranmaru Kurosaki (CV: Tatsuhisa Suzuki), Ai Mikaze (CV: Shouta Aoi), Camus (CV: Tomoaki Maeno)
64. *1,033 *11,412 Hanayamata ED "Hanayuki" by smileY inc.
67. *1,017 *16,257 The Idolm@ster Master Artist 3 Prologue "Only My Note" by 765PRO ALLSTARS
70. **,956 *38,756 Chibi Maruko-chan (1995) OP "Odoru Bonbokorin" (Cover Version) by E-girls
75. **,863 *18,885 Sword Art Online II ED "Startear" by Luna Haruna
80. **,810 *13,415 Ao Haru Ride OP "Sekai wa Koi ni Ochiteiru" by CHICO with HoneyWorks
84. **,759 *22,580 Tokyo Ghoul OP "unravel" by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure
85. **,751 *28,461 Detective Conan ED "Muteki na Heart / STAND BY YOU" by Mai Kuraki
86. **,748 **6,436 Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun ED "Ura Omote Fortune" by Chiyo Sakura (CV: Ari Ozawa)
87. **,745 *47,741 Free!: Eternal Summer ED "FUTURE FISH" by STYLE FIVE
90. **,719 **3,005 Re:␣Hamatora OP "Sen no Tsubasa" by livetune adding Takuro Sugawara (from 9mm Parabellum Bullet)
(cut-off 719)


CD Album
*3. 19,770 *19,770 fripSide "infinite synthesis 2"
*5. 12,627 *12,627 Aldnoah.Zero OST by Hiroyuki Sawano
*9. *9,805 **9,805 Minori Chihara 10th Anniversary Best Album SANCTUARY ~Minori Chiara Best Album~
29. *2,244 *13,900 BoA "WHO'S BACK?"
40. *1,839 *20,781 Sword Art Online Song Collection by Various Artists
46. *1,495 422,346 Namie Amuro "Ballada"
57. *1,239 *37,699 Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas "PHASE 2" (incl. Gokukoku no Brynhildr OP "Virtue and Vice" & Sengoku Basara: Judge End OP "Thunderclap")
61. *1,185 *11,859 TK from Ling Tosite Sigure "Fantastic Magic" (incl. Tokyo Ghoul OP "unravel")
62. *1,164 **6,320 Aimerr "Dare ka, Umi wo. EP" (incl. Zankyou no Terror ED "Dare ka, Umi wo.")
65. *1,082 *19,715 UNISON SQUARE GARDEN "Catcher In The Spy"
69. **,998 **7,046 Fujifabric "LIFE"
71. **,991 **7,476 Yoko Hikasa "Couleur"
92. **,787 *15,354 Love Live! School Idol Project 2nd Season OST "Notes of School idol days ~Glory~" by Yoshiaki Fujisawa
94. **,776 *11,802 Aqua Timez "Elf no Namida" (incl. Magi: The Kingdom of Magic ED "Eden")
(cut-off 776)


Source: Oricon Youtaiju

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Hahalollawl said:
rederoin said:

I can't be sure ofcourse, but its possible. It was an advertisement for the stage play afterall.


I'm not sure I get it. So there is a play and they used the anime to advertise for it? Was the play successful?

Wouldn't you think (or maybe I'm wrong) that if you were going to use an anime as an advertisement for something else (like a manga) you would just make a one cour show, but Nobunaga the Fool was two cour if I remember correctly. Doesn't that seem like an expensive investment for an advertisement?

They probably needed to cover the entire story of the play or something. But I want to make clear that it could have been profitable, we just don't know for sure. It was just a good example of a late night tv original anime that had other sources of an income besides merch(its a mecha afterall) and disc sales.

Sep 20, 2014 3:28 PM by rederoin

rederoin said:
Hahalollawl said:


Whoa nobunaga the fool was profitable? How? Were there some kind of mecha merchandise?

I can't be sure ofcourse, but its possible. It was an advertisement for the stage play afterall.


I'm not sure I get it. So there is a play and they used the anime to advertise for it? Was the play successful?

Wouldn't you think (or maybe I'm wrong) that if you were going to use an anime as an advertisement for something else (like a manga) you would just make a one cour show, but Nobunaga the Fool was two cour if I remember correctly. Doesn't that seem like an expensive investment for an advertisement?

Sep 20, 2014 1:12 PM by Hahalollawl

Hahalollawl said:
rederoin said:

We are purely talking about sales here, even orginal anime can be profitable without sales(i.e Tamayura or Nobunaga the fool).


Whoa nobunaga the fool was profitable? How? Were there some kind of mecha merchandise?

I can't be sure ofcourse, but its possible. It was an advertisement for the stage play afterall.

Sep 20, 2014 10:34 AM by rederoin

rederoin said:

We are purely talking about sales here, even orginal anime can be profitable without sales(i.e Tamayura or Nobunaga the fool).


Whoa nobunaga the fool was profitable? How? Were there some kind of mecha merchandise?

Sep 20, 2014 9:48 AM by Hahalollawl

It's Shaft, baby.

Sep 19, 2014 7:16 PM by HueBrDeus

scytheavatar said:
For how big Kagepro is, Mekakucity Actors is a flop that should have sold FAR more than it did. It had 300k viewers for its Nico Nico stream. You can be sure a lot of people in Aniplex aren't happy with how Shaft and Shinbou handed the series and will think twice about letting them do 2 anime series at the same time again.


Quite a few things get that amount of views, it's more the level of fanaticism being on par with idol anime (the buy multiple copies group of fans) and Aniplex deliberately adjusting the price points, extras and even adding an event ticket to the early volumes to make the packages as enticing and affordable as possible and it still struggling to consistently sell over 10K that's the damning part. Really though what did they expect, I've been arguing for a while Shaft and Shinbo aren't nearly the perfect geniuses a lot of fans like to make them out to be and MCA is a great example. Hopefully it'll lead to people questioning the studio and it's leader a little more in the future and subjecting them to a little more proper scrutiny and evaluation.

Sep 19, 2014 10:37 AM by PeacingOut

For how big Kagepro is, Mekakucity Actors is a flop that should have sold FAR more than it did. It had 300k viewers for its Nico Nico stream. You can be sure a lot of people in Aniplex aren't happy with how Shaft and Shinbou handed the series and will think twice about letting them do 2 anime series at the same time again.

Sep 19, 2014 9:35 AM by scytheavatar

SolviteSekai said:
rederoin said:

We are purely talking about sales here, even orginal anime can be profitable without sales(i.e Tamayura or Nobunaga the fool).

why an anime has low sales does not matter, the fact is that it does have low sales. So you can't say the anime had decent or good sales. Whether an anime was profitable or whether it sold a lot of discs or not are 2 different subjects.


You cant deny the fanboyism that comes with shinbous form of direction.

Nisekoi and MCA were both really mediocre shows that sold imho simply because shinbou did them.


Actually MCA and Nisekoi sold because the licenses are already popular and because Aniplex did a lot of finagling with the packaging and pricing of the disks in order to make it appealing to buyers. Moreso with MCA than with Nisekoi but they basically made MCA a music disc with episode insert for what amounts to little more than double the price of a normal insert. I think each one comes with some peace of artwork too. The fanbase for MCA though is absolutely gigantic though, like Love Live level huge which it was supposed to easily rival or surpass in disc sales yet at this point it'll be lucky to add up to the total of what the first volume of that show sold by the end despite pulling every possible trick in the book to make it sell as much as possible. This to me says fans didn't really like the show all that much and aren't really buying it in spite of the franchise creator Jin who worked on the anime practically begging fans on twitter to support it and him.

Shaft just did a brutal careless job on the anime overall and frankly showed what their real level of commitment is as a production studio. They just really don't care and saw the easy money and put in a bare minimum effort and by the looks of it weren't really rewarded nearly as much as they thought they were going to be for it at the end of the day.

chicagopiano said:
rederoin said:
Shaft has a lot of series with bad/below average sales,

I know that, it doesn't take a genuis to figure out that they make stuff that isn't particularly normal to sell well. They don't generally make stuff with broad appeal, which is what is needed to sell a lot because broad appeal is what it is: broad. The less risks you take the more you strike with the general population for you do not tread into territory that some may not like.


Actually the irony is that Shinbo is on record as basically stating that he directs anime series at Shaft with the sole intent of creating something that will sell well and make lots of money and that if something is unsellable it means it is completely without worth.

Akiyuki said:

An unsellable animation, even if it is worth to watch, is meaningless. So the most important thing when you make anime, is satisfying consumers.


He doesn't actually care about much beyond that which makes it hilarious that fans look at him as some sort of for the art type. Shaft must have the greatest variance of any studio ever when it comes to marketability of their shows. There really is no middle ground, either it's a mega smash hit or it's pretty much a disaster of a bomb. In any case their profile seems way down overall these days compared to the peaks of the Bakemonogatari and Madoka years as I can only hope more people look at Shaft the way I do. They just have never struck me as that artistic or committed to quality in any regard, Shinbo just has his weird ideas and people either see utter genius in them or gimmicky distractions that serve no real narrative or artistic purpose. I feel like people want someone to believe in the way they seem to believe in Shinbo as this artistic genius that cares so much about that side of animation but IMO he's not their guy and has proven it oh so many times if you're willing to see it.

Sep 18, 2014 12:20 PM by PeacingOut

chicagopiano said:
rederoin said:
Yes, that also applies to Japan. Sasami-san did sell like shit, no matter how you look at it. How popular it was before airing is irrelevant, a lot of orginal anime sell like hotcakes.

I don't get it, the guy was complaining that it was selling well. Why would they buy it if they didn't like it?

You can't compare original anime to adaptations. This is because one purpose of adaptations is to promote the original product. Original anime have no origin besides their own and thus, obviously, sell more.

As such, I can conclude that it didn't sell like shit for it's purpose for it's purpose was more than to sell as many copies.
And how popular it is before it airs is very relevant. I mean, just look at 'Infinite Stratos', it's fun to watch sure but it doesn't do anything particularly unique to sell a lot. No, it sells off it's fame; people know about it and such more people watch it on the television and then, as a result, there would be more sales of discs.
If a anime is relatively unknow, more people may not notice it and as such less people are watching it on the television and therefor less sales.


I didn't say people bought it even though they hated the anime. I said MCA sold what it did because of other factors that had nothing to do with Shinbou direction or Shaft animation.

For one, the KP franchise is already popular (best selling LN last year?) so some people will buy it just they enjoy seeing the series animated. Second, all of the volumes come with a CD of the episodes songs which would compel people to buy it for the songs and not the animation itself. Lastly, all of the volumes are much cheaper than your average anime volume which is another good reason for them to sell. These are much more likely reasons that Mekakucity Actors is selling than the studio that animated it. If anything, it's because of Aniplex's decisions on how to sell it.

Sep 18, 2014 8:34 AM by JayBlue

rederoin said:
/quote]We are purely talking about sales here, even orginal anime can be profitable without sales(i.e Tamayura or Nobunaga the fool).

why an anime has low sales does not matter, the fact is that it does have low sales. So you can't say the anime had decent or good sales. Whether an anime was profitable or whether it sold a lot of discs or not are 2 different subjects.

I know what you're talking about, but 'well', 'good' et cetera, are words only given meaning when given context. And a lot of things in life can be viewed as terrible given the right (or wrong for that matter) context.

So its sales, in the conext of sales of discs in general is bad, yes.

I feel like the topic has strayed from what I was talking about.

Sep 18, 2014 6:10 AM by chicagopiano

rederoin said:
chicagopiano said:
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As such, I can conclude that it didn't sell like shit for it's purpose for it's purpose was more than to sell as many copies.
And how popular it is before it airs is very relevant. I mean, just look at 'Infinite Stratos', it's fun to watch sure but it doesn't do anything particularly unique to sell a lot. No, it sells off it's fame; people know about it and such more people watch it on the television and then, as a result, there would be more sales of discs.
If a anime is relatively unknow, more people may not notice it and as such less people are watching it on the television and therefor less sales.

We are purely talking about sales here, even orginal anime can be profitable without sales(i.e Tamayura or Nobunaga the fool).

why an anime has low sales does not matter, the fact is that it does have low sales. So you can't say the anime had decent or good sales. Whether an anime was profitable or whether it sold a lot of discs or not are 2 different subjects.


You cant deny the fanboyism that comes with shinbous form of direction.

Nisekoi and MCA were both really mediocre shows that sold imho simply because shinbou did them.

Sep 18, 2014 5:59 AM by SolviteWoTaberu

chicagopiano said:
[
As such, I can conclude that it didn't sell like shit for it's purpose for it's purpose was more than to sell as many copies.
And how popular it is before it airs is very relevant. I mean, just look at 'Infinite Stratos', it's fun to watch sure but it doesn't do anything particularly unique to sell a lot. No, it sells off it's fame; people know about it and such more people watch it on the television and then, as a result, there would be more sales of discs.
If a anime is relatively unknow, more people may not notice it and as such less people are watching it on the television and therefor less sales.

We are purely talking about sales here, even orginal anime can be profitable without sales(i.e Tamayura or Nobunaga the fool).

why an anime has low sales does not matter, the fact is that it does have low sales. So you can't say the anime had decent or good sales. Whether an anime was profitable or whether it sold a lot of discs or not are 2 different subjects.

Sep 18, 2014 5:57 AM by rederoin

chicagopiano said:
rederoin said:
Shaft has a lot of series with bad/below average sales,

I know that, it doesn't take a genuis to figure out that they make stuff that isn't particularly normal to sell well. They don't generally make stuff with broad appeal, which is what is needed to sell a lot because broad appeal is what it is: broad. The less risks you take the more you strike with the general population for you do not tread into territory that some may not like.


Monogatari would sell if anyone made it. The novels are extremely popular.

Sep 18, 2014 5:53 AM by SolviteWoTaberu

rederoin said:
Shaft has a lot of series with bad/below average sales,

I know that, it doesn't take a genuis to figure out that they make stuff that isn't particularly normal to sell well. They don't generally make stuff with broad appeal, which is what is needed to sell a lot because broad appeal is what it is: broad. The less risks you take the more you strike with the general population for you do not tread into territory that some may not like.

Sep 18, 2014 5:52 AM by chicagopiano

chicagopiano said:
rederoin said:
Yes, that also applies to Japan. Sasami-san did sell like shit, no matter how you look at it. How popular it was before airing is irrelevant, a lot of orginal anime sell like hotcakes.

I don't get it, the guy was complaining that it was selling well. Why would they buy it if they didn't like it?

You can't compare original anime to adaptations. This is because one purpose of adaptations is to promote the original product. Original anime have no origin besides their own and thus, obviously, sell more.

As such, I can conclude that it didn't sell like shit for it's purpose for it's purpose was more than to sell as many copies.
And how popular it is before it airs is very relevant. I mean, just look at 'Infinite Stratos', it's fun to watch sure but it doesn't do anything particularly unique to sell a lot. No, it sells off it's fame; people know about it and such more people watch it on the television and then, as a result, there would be more sales of discs.
If a anime is relatively unknow, more people may not notice it and as such less people are watching it on the television and therefor less sales.


he meant sasami-san's source didnt need to be well known to give it a sales boost.

you pretty much misinterpreted everything he said.

Sep 18, 2014 5:44 AM by SolviteWoTaberu

rederoin said:
Yes, that also applies to Japan. Sasami-san did sell like shit, no matter how you look at it. How popular it was before airing is irrelevant, a lot of orginal anime sell like hotcakes.

I don't get it, the guy was complaining that it was selling well. Why would they buy it if they didn't like it?

You can't compare original anime to adaptations. This is because one purpose of adaptations is to promote the original product. Original anime have no origin besides their own and thus, obviously, sell more.

As such, I can conclude that it didn't sell like shit for it's purpose for it's purpose was more than to sell as many copies.
And how popular it is before it airs is very relevant. I mean, just look at 'Infinite Stratos', it's fun to watch sure but it doesn't do anything particularly unique to sell a lot. No, it sells off it's fame; people know about it and such more people watch it on the television and then, as a result, there would be more sales of discs.
If a anime is relatively unknow, more people may not notice it and as such less people are watching it on the television and therefor less sales.

Sep 18, 2014 5:41 AM by chicagopiano

rederoin said:
chicagopiano said:

Many people in Japan? because it's not like what Westerners like concern Japanese sales.

And Sasami-san sold pretty well considering nobody knew what it was.

Yes, that also applies to Japan. Sasami-san did sell like shit, no matter how you look at it. How popular it was before airing is irrelevant, a lot of orginal anime sell like hotcakes.


Shaft has a lot of series with bad/below average sales,


Read more at http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=781179#MAcxg2Rye2MKMjKt.99

Credit goes to Ejc.


A lt of them are before the shinbou era.

also youll do anything to be able to post statistics man. anything.

Sep 18, 2014 5:33 AM by SolviteWoTaberu

chicagopiano said:
Kamima said:


Hardly the reason. Many people were disappointed with their adaptation.

Sasami-san is proof that Shaft isn't always successful.

Many people in Japan? because it's not like what Westerners like concern Japanese sales.

And Sasami-san sold pretty well considering nobody knew what it was.

Yes, that also applies to Japan. Sasami-san did sell like shit, no matter how you look at it. How popular it was before airing is irrelevant, a lot of orginal anime sell like hotcakes.


Shaft has a lot of series with bad/below average sales,


Read more at http://myanimelist.net/forum/?topicid=781179#MAcxg2Rye2MKMjKt.99

Credit goes to Ejc.

Sep 18, 2014 5:29 AM by rederoin

Kamima said:
HueBrDeus said:


It's Shaft, baby.


Hardly the reason. Many people were disappointed with their adaptation.

Sasami-san is proof that Shaft isn't always successful.

Many people in Japan? because it's not like what Westerners like concern Japanese sales.

And Sasami-san sold pretty well considering nobody knew what it was.

Sep 18, 2014 3:16 AM by chicagopiano

HueBrDeus said:
Jonesy974 said:
Ew...MCA sold that much? Faith in humanity lost.


It's Shaft, baby.


Hardly the reason. Many people were disappointed with their adaptation.

Sasami-san is proof that Shaft isn't always successful.

Sep 17, 2014 11:56 PM by JayBlue