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Japan's Weekly Blu-ray & CD Rankings for Feb 23 - Mar 1

by tsubasalover
Mar 3, 2015 1:27 AM | 92 Comments
Here are the weekly Blu-ray & CD rankings for February 23rd - March 1st

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

Blu-ray
*1. 13,914 13,914 Sword Art Online II Vol.5 Limited Edition
*2. 10,381 10,381 Shirobako Vol.3 Limited Edition
*3. *8,093 *8,093 Hyouka Blu-ray BOX
*4. *7,952 *7,952 Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS Blu-ray BOX
*5. *7,348 *7,348 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso Vol.1 Limited Edition
*6. *7,283 *7,283 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei "Yokohama Souran-hen" Vol.1 Limited Edition
*7. *6,609 *6,609 Gintama Blu-ray BOX Season 2
*8. *5,914 *5,914 Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun Vol.6
*9. *4,969 *4,969 Amagi Brilliant Park Vol.3 Limited Edition
10. *4,680 *4,680 Cross Ange: Tenshi to Ryuu no Rondo Vol.3
11. *3,667 *3,667 Kuroshitsuji: Book of Murder Vol.2 Limited Edition
12. *3,228 *3,228 Durarara!!x2 Shou Vol.1 Limited Edition
13. *2,991 *2,991 Hanayamata Vol.6 Limited Edition
14. *2,966 *2,966 Grisaia no Kajitsu Vol.3 Limited Edition
15. *2,705 *2,705 Yama no Susume: Second Season Vol.6
16. *2,551 *2,551 Nanatsu no Taizai Vol.2 Limited Edition
17. *2,500 *2,500 Selector Spread WIXOSS BOX Vol.1 Limited Edition
18. *2,302 *2,302 Trinity Seven Vol.3 Limited Edition
19. *2,255 *2,255 Madan no Ou to Vanadis Vol.3
20. *2,159 10,820 Stand By Me Doraemon Regular Edition
(cut-off 2,159)


DVD
*1. 12,146 *47,780 Stand By Me Doraemon Limited Edition
*2. *3,159 **3,159 Kuroshitsuji: Book of Murder Vol.2 Limited Edition
*3. *2,892 **2,892 Sword Art Online II Vol.5 Limited Edition
*4. *2,835 **2,835 Nanatsu no Taizai Vol.2 Limited Edition
*5. *2,557 **2,557 Durarara!!x2 Shou Vol.1 Limited Edition
*6. *2,496 **2,496 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso Vol.1 Limited Edition
*7. *2,364 **2,364 Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun Vol.6
*8. *1,987 **1,987 Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei "Yokohama Souran-hen" Vol.1 Limited Edition
*9. *1,468 **9,330 Haikyuu!! Vol.8
10. *1,278 **1,278 Gugure! Kokkuri-san Vol.3
11. *1,183 **4,349 New Prince of Tennis OVA vs Genius10 Vol.3
12. *1,039 **5,676 Yowamushi Pedal: Grande Road Vol.2
13. *1,009 **6,500 Free!: Eternal Summer Vol.6
14. **,620 ***,620 Trinity Seven Vol.3 Limited Edition
15. **,607 ***,607 Amagi Brilliant Park Vol.3 Limited Edition
16. **,566 134,510 Kaze Tachinu
17. **,552 ***,552 Madan no Ou to Vanadis Vol.3
18. **,550 ***,550 Girlfriend (Kari) Vol.2
19. **,492 *20,925 Kaguya-hime no Monogatari
20. **,489 ***,489 Grisaia no Kajitsu Vol.3 Limited Edition
21. **,483 ***,483 Ikkitousen: Extravaganza Epoch
22. **,471 ***,471 Hanayamata Vol.6 Limited Edition
23. **,463 ***,463 Log Horizon 2nd Season Vol.2
24. **,459 ***,459 Cross Ange: Tenshi to Ryuu no Rondo Vol.3
25. **,440 *27,261 Tonari no Totoro
26. **,417 ***,417 Shirobako Vol.3 Limited Edition
27. **,349 *53,246 Youkai Watch DVD-BOX Vol.1
28. **,342 ***,342 Ore, Twintails ni Narimasu. Vol.3
(cut-off 342)


CD Single
*5. 19,160 19,160 Doraemon: Nobita's Space Heroes ED "360°" by miwa
*9. 10,471 38,257 Kantai Collection: KanColle ED "Fubuki" by Shiena Nishizawa
10. 10,219 41,617 Kantai Collection: KanColle OP "Mi-iro" by AKINO from bless4
14. *5,937 52,667 The Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls Animation Project 01 "Star!!" by Cinderella Project
15. *5,499 *5,499 Shirobako OP/ED "Takarabako -TREASURE BOX-" by Masami Okui & "Platinum Jet" by Doughnut◎Quintet
18. *4,710 *4,710 Koufuku Graffiti ED "Egao ni Naru" by Ryou Machiko (CV: Rina Satou) & Kirin Morino (CV: Asuka Oogame)
21. *4,094 53,500 Nanatsu no Taizai OP "Seven Deadly Sins" by MAN WITH A MISSION
23. *3,985 *3,985 Kuroko no Basket 3rd Season Character Song Duet Series Vol.10 (RIVAL & BROTHER) by Taiga Kagami (CV: Yuuki Ono), Tatsuya Himuro (CV: Kishou Taniyama)
27. *3,622 *3,622 Aikatsu! 3rd Season IN "Beautiful Song (Taruto Tatan)" by AIKATSU☆STARS!
28. *3,516 *3,516 Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin ED "Hoshikuzu no Suna Tokei" by Takatori Hattori Presents Gundam The Origin featuring yu-yu
30. *3,276 *3,276 Kuroko no Basket 3rd Season Character Song Duet Series Vol.10 (Different Minds) by Tetsuya Kuroko (CV: Kensho Ono), Atsushi Murasakibara (CV: Kenichi Suzumura)
32. *3,066 *3,066 Tenkai Knights ED "Tokenai Candy" by Gacha Gacha Dancers (Inclu. in "Sekira Liar / Tokenai Candy" by Gacharic Spin / Gacha Gacha Dancers)
35. *2,911 14,497 Tokyo Ghoul √A ED "Kisetsu wa Tsugitsugi Shindeiku" by Amazarashi
38. *2,801 18,981 Pokemon XY ED "DoriDori" by Shoko Nakagawa
42. *2,503 *2,503 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu (TV) ED "Hello, shooting-star" by moumoon
46. *2,108 *2,108 Yuri Kuma Arashi OP "Ano Mori de Matteru" by Bonjour Suzuki
47. *2,067 *2,067 Death Parade OP "Flyers" by BRADIO
50. *1,996 *1,996 Garo: Honoo no Kokuin ED "FOCUS" by Showtaro Morikubo
55. *1,614 10,555 Cardfight!! Vanguard G ED "NEXT PHASE" by Emi Nitta
56. *1,563 *9,231 Aldnoah.Zero 2nd Season ED "GENESIS" by Eir Aoi
58. *1,494 13,741 Soukyuu no Fafner: Dead Aggressor - Exodus OP/ED "Exist" and "Anya Kouro" by angela (incl. in "Exist")
60. *1,407 *9,720 Tantei Kageki Milky Holmes TD ED "Tankyuu Dreaming" by Emi Nitta
63. *1,345 *4,839 Ansatsu Kyoushitsu (TV) OP "Seishun Satsubatsu-ron" by 3-nen E-gumi Utatan
66. *1,280 16,289 Aldnoah.Zero 2nd Season OP "&Z" by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]
72. *1,202 *4,229 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso OP "Nanairo Symphony" by Coala Mode.
75. *1,167 *5,480 Absolute Duo OP "Absolute Soul" by Konomi Suzuki
77. *1,149 11,246 Magic Kaito 1412 OP "Ai no Scenario" by Chico with HoneyWorks
84. **,951 89,810 "Fuyu ga Kureta Yokan" by BiBi [Eli Ayase (CV: Yoshino Nanjo), Maki Nishikino (CV: Pile), Nico Yazawa (CV: Sora Tokui) from μ's]
85. **,933 ***,933 Sengoku Musou Character Song Sono Ichi Yukimura Sanada (Sakura Hitohira) by Yukimura Sanada (CV: Takeshi Kusao)
99. **,754 11,157 JoJo's Bizarre Advanture: Stardust Crusaders 2nd Season OP "JoJo - Sono Chi no Kioku: end of THE WORLD" by JO☆STARS ~TOMMY, Coda, JIN~
(cut-off 754)


CD Album
*5. 21,510 *21,510 Sonar Pocket "Sonapoke-ism 5 ~Egao no Riyuu.~" (incl. World Trigger OP "Girigiri")
*6. 20,031 *20,031 Leo Ieiri "20" (incl. Dragon Ball Kai (2014) ED "Junjou")
*8. 17,084 *17,084 Goose house "Milk"
16. *8,268 417,433 Sekai no Owari "Tree" (incl. Crayon Shin-chan Movie 21: Bakauma! B-Kyuu Gourmet Survival Battle!! ED "RPG")
18. *7,566 **7,566 ROOT FIVE "ROOTERS" (incl. Fairy Tail (2014) ED "Kimi no Mirai")
19. *7,495 **7,495 ViViD "ViViD THE BEST"
20. *7,397 **7,397 Last Note. "Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku"
30. *3,961 **3,961 Kanon Wakeshima "Tsukinami"
35. *3,352 **3,352 "FLOW ANIME BEST Kiwami"
48. *2,256 *62,626 MAN WITH A MISSION "5 Years 5 Wolves 5 Souls"
64. *1,454 170,914 Ikimono-gakari "FUN! FUN! FANFARE!" (incl. Nanatsu no Taizai OP "Netsujou no Spectrum")
68. *1,357 **1,357 Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199: Hoshimeguru Hakobune Original Soundtrack 5 1ch Salaundo Edition by Akira Miyakawa
82. *1,157 *51,841 KANA-BOON "TIME" (incl. Naruto Shippuuden OP "Silhouette")
85. *1,127 **1,127 Soukyuu no Fafner: Dead Aggressor - Exodus Original Soundtrack Vol.1 by Soundtrack
87. *1,083 *11,615 Aikatsu! 2nd Season Best Album "Shining Star*" by STAR☆ANIS
88. *1,077 **5,736 "K BEST ALBUM" by Various Artists
95. **,974 *17,021 Hiroyuki Sawano "BEST OF VOCAL WORKS[nZk]"
98. **,954 110,194 Love Live! μ's Best Album Best Live! collection by μ's
(cut-off 954)

Source: Oricon Youtaiju

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Nice to see Shirobako doing so well. My favorite show of the last two seasons.

Mar 9, 2015 4:23 PM by YoshiPoshi

kuuderes_shadow said:
Incidentally, when I'm breaking stuff up on an exponential scale but want a divider between 1k and 10k (etc.) I would usually use 3200 as this is the closest round number to 1.5 (or in this case 3.5) on a logarithmic scale of base 10. It is considerably closer than 2900 is, and thus in my opinion, a better figure to use.

After all, that 2.9k's only real purpose is to put a break in between 1k and 10k, so you might as well use a more suitable number.

If you want 3 then it's 1000 1800 3200 5600 10000
If you want 2 breaks then it's 1000 2200 4700 10000 but that looks really counterintuitive for some reason.

For the lowest 'tier' I prefer to use the mean average of the season, since it gives you an idea how well a series did compared to other shows of that season.
Maybe even take the mean average of the last 2 years or something.

The mean average can go as low as 1.6k(summer 2013) or as high as 3.9k(Spring 2013).

Mar 8, 2015 10:14 AM by rederoin

Incidentally, when I'm breaking stuff up on an exponential scale but want a divider between 1k and 10k (etc.) I would usually use 3200 as this is the closest round number to 1.5 (or in this case 3.5) on a logarithmic scale of base 10. It is considerably closer than 2900 is, and thus in my opinion, a better figure to use.

After all, that 2.9k's only real purpose is to put a break in between 1k and 10k, so you might as well use a more suitable number.

If you want 3 then it's 1000 1800 3200 5600 10000
If you want 2 breaks then it's 1000 2200 4700 10000 but that looks really counterintuitive for some reason.

Mar 8, 2015 9:34 AM by kuuderes_shadow

Ejc said:

Some on here are actually casuals, but others on here actually have better knowledge of sales than you do. It looks like you still absolutely believe the Manabi Line is the breakeven point, which means you are actually the casual when following anime sales. The Manabi Line is at best a line you can use to split the anime into the subjective categories of under 2899, between 2899 and 9999, and 10000 and above.

Just on a very minor sidenote, the 2.9k part of manabi line only applies to v1, I believe. Seeing as Manabi Straigth ended up as a 2.4k~ seller(2.9k v1).


But ye, the way anime sales are split up in tiers are just arbitry, its better to just look at what rate anime adaptions gets sequals. Which for 2008-2011 is 100% for 9k+ sellers(assuming the source material is still ongping).

http://rederoin.motionsforum.com/t255-rate-of-anime-getting-a-sequel-by-sales

But that aside, the real question is as to what average S2 of Drrr S2 will end up having.
Not that it really matters to the fans unless it goes as low as Chaika, which it probably won't.

Mar 8, 2015 9:01 AM by rederoin

Yause said:
Lifetime sales don't mean anything because no one's going to wait five years for a return on investment. They base decisions on immediate results.

Manabi Line is a running gag that comes from putting two observations together: a supposed insider's claim that the show barely broke even, plus a reported Oricon sales figure (which suffered from notoriously poor tracking/projection methodology at the time) of 2.9k copies per volume. It isn't meant to be taken seriously or extrapolated to other shows, although people have fun throwing it around as a point of comparison.

Aside from that, trying to gauge the commercial success of anime projects (without access to information on budget, expectations, genuine sales numbers, investment equity, etc.) only results in myths and false generalizations.

For example, a lot of people bring up merchandising as a way of gauging success....even to the point of suggesting that video sales don't matter.....but it's a misguided argument because not every investment partner benefits. If a show sells 500 BDs, pushes 100,000 CDs, and boosts manga readership by 50,000,000, it's a phenomenal run for the manga publisher and record label but still a money loser for the anime distributor (who is often one of the leading stakeholders if not the biggest investor) and/or studio. They don't profit from those sales - so in a sense, it's a short-term victory for anime companies because publishers will keep knocking at their doors for collaboration (provided that they have enough capital to stay afloat). Nevertheless, it's a long-term failure and potential precursor to bankruptcy if it keeps happening.

As for sequels to late night anime, BD/DVD sales are especially important. An anime distributor that lost money or merely broke even (despite boosting source readership by 500%) is unlikely to dive in again. Meanwhile, the manga publisher has no expectations of a similarly large boost, so they're more inclined to promote something that hasn't been adapted yet.


Dont forget the people who think all 36 episodes are already completed.

The sales are probably lower than they expected. I dont care what the sales are. Not even a little. But after seeing the ending of Chaika go right to shit I'm freaked out.

People can be optimistic all they want. I'm not an optimist. I'm pessimistic as hell. The sales are mediocre and the animation has gone to shit. How anyone can say with a straight face that it isn't concerning is beyond me.

Mar 8, 2015 12:57 AM by ChairForceOne

Lifetime sales don't mean anything because no one's going to wait five years for a return on investment. They base decisions on immediate results.

Manabi Line is a running gag that comes from putting two observations together: a supposed insider's claim that the show barely broke even, plus a reported Oricon sales figure (which suffered from notoriously poor tracking/projection methodology at the time) of 2.9k copies per volume. It isn't meant to be taken seriously or extrapolated to other shows, although people have fun throwing it around as a point of comparison.

Aside from that, trying to gauge the commercial success of anime projects (without access to information on budget, expectations, genuine sales numbers, investment equity, etc.) only results in myths and false generalizations.

For example, a lot of people bring up merchandising as a way of gauging success....even to the point of suggesting that video sales don't matter.....but it's a misguided argument because not every investment partner benefits. If a show sells 500 BDs, pushes 100,000 CDs, and boosts manga readership by 50,000,000, it's a phenomenal run for the manga publisher and record label but still a money loser for the anime distributor (who is often one of the leading stakeholders if not the biggest investor) and/or studio. They don't profit from those sales - so in a sense, it's a short-term victory for anime companies because publishers will keep knocking at their doors for collaboration (provided that they have enough capital to stay afloat). Nevertheless, it's a long-term failure and potential precursor to bankruptcy if it keeps happening.

As for sequels to late night anime, BD/DVD sales are usually very important. An anime distributor that lost money or merely broke even (despite boosting source readership by 500%) is unlikely to dive in again. Meanwhile, the manga publisher has no expectations of a similarly large boost, so they're more inclined to promote something that hasn't been adapted yet.

Mar 8, 2015 12:51 AM by Yause

ex_necross said:
2.8k is generally considered the line you want to cross in lifetime sales (obviously depends on anime in question too), anything above is profit, 3k first week means it will be far above this line in lifetime sales. 3k is average lifetime, great for first week. People go on about 3k being bad first week, which is beyond ridiculous. I can't help but assume these people are casuals who only watch the big hits.


It was believed back in 2007, but now it definitely isn't applicable to the anime series of today. There are so many factors in place that makes the breakeven point vary considerably from anime to anime, so your reasoning is essentially flawed.

We do not know if Drrr x2 is profitable or not... and besides if you read more than 1 sentence from my previous reply you would see it sold almost 6K. So I still have no idea why you are still making such a fuss on 3k sales, when it wasn't even 3k sales to begin with, LOL.

6k sales can be considered good sales in most cases, but the point people are trying to make is that if you compare those 6k sales to the sales in Season 1, it is a huge drop (as can be seen below here). This only indicates that it has lost a lot of fans during the 5 years gap between Season 1 and Season 2, but we can already see a slide in sales during Season 1.

Vol no. / 1st week sales / Cumulative sales
Season 1
*1 16,161 29,653
*2 17,730 27,439
*3 16,993 23,332
*4 17,500 22,267
*5 14,942 18,397
*6 13,652 17,017
*7 16,056 19,165
*8 11,582 14,388
*9 11,538 13,904
10 10,785 12,797
11 10,767 13,041
12 10,158 11,788
13 12,023 14,851 ← Contained an unaired episode

Season 2
*1 *5,785 **,*** [3,228 BD + 2,557 DVD]

Some on here are actually casuals, but others on here actually have better knowledge of sales than you do. It looks like you still absolutely believe the Manabi Line is the breakeven point, which means you are actually the casual when following anime sales. The Manabi Line is at best a line you can use to split the anime into the subjective categories of under 2899, between 2899 and 9999, and 10000 and above.

Mar 7, 2015 7:44 PM by Ejc

hpulley said:
GarLogan78 said:
Yikes for DRRR.

Could poor sales now affect getting all three cours?
Buddy Complex cour 2 was reduced to a 2-episode special due to poor sales so I say yes, the other two cour are in jeopardy. Could be reduced to one or two cour or one and a special.
Well didnt buddy complex do atrociously, as in like didnt even get over 1K sales a volume. I do hope durarara is safe though, i wasnt to bothered by the buddy complex bit cause frankly that show was pretty shitty and wasnt gonna go anywhere interesting even with 2 cour but meanwhile durarara is finally getting into its better aspects and it'd be outright tragic if its cut off now

Mar 7, 2015 4:35 PM by JizzyHitler

scytheavatar said:
ex_necross said:


For first week, 3k BD is very good. I can't believe some people think it's not. It's like they live in this bizarro world where everything sells 20k+ because they've only seen a grand total of 10 anime.


Source that 3k for first week is "very good"? Don't forget that the latter vols are extremely likely to sell less than vol 1 considering that vol 1 comes with an event ticket.

2.8k is generally considered the line you want to cross in lifetime sales (obviously depends on anime in question too), anything above is profit, 3k first week means it will be far above this line in lifetime sales. 3k is average lifetime, great for first week. People go on about 3k being bad first week, which is beyond ridiculous. I can't help but assume these people are casuals who only watch the big hits.

Mar 7, 2015 4:26 PM by ex_necross

tsudecimo said:

For first week, 3k BD is very good. I can't believe some people think it's not. It's like they live in this bizarro world where everything sells 20k+ because they've only seen a grand total of 10 anime.

Some people3 are just like that when it comes to sales, it should be obvious people are talking about big drops in this case. Its not like big drops like this are common(but the 5 year gap explains a lot)

But we'll have to wait till next year to compare the averages.

Mar 6, 2015 9:47 AM by rederoin

Damn, Sword Art Online II.

Mar 6, 2015 1:11 AM by Tengai

ex_necross said:

For first week, 3k BD is very good. I can't believe some people think it's not. It's like they live in this bizarro world where everything sells 20k+ because they've only seen a grand total of 10 anime.

Why are you going with extremes?

In the post you quoted he said ''6K is good sales'' so it doesn't need 20+k to be good.

Mar 6, 2015 12:28 AM by tsudecimo

ex_necross said:
Ejc said:


3k isn't great, it is average. You failed to account for the DVDs, which means Drrr x2 actually sold almost 6k in the 1st week, which is good sales.

However, as many have already mentioned, it is a big drop from S1 sales... but signs of loss in buyers of the anime, over the 13 volumes can already been seen, even in 2010. Having a sequel 5 years later rather, certainly did not help, as the loss in buying fanbase is much more pronounced now.


For first week, 3k BD is very good. I can't believe some people think it's not. It's like they live in this bizarro world where everything sells 20k+ because they've only seen a grand total of 10 anime.


Source that 3k for first week is "very good"? Don't forget that the latter vols are extremely likely to sell less than vol 1 considering that vol 1 comes with an event ticket.

Mar 5, 2015 10:09 PM by scytheavatar

Ejc said:
rederoin said:

Its a huge drop from S1V1(29k), thats kinda the point people are making..
First season popularity is relevant


3k isn't great, it is average. You failed to account for the DVDs, which means Drrr x2 actually sold almost 6k in the 1st week, which is good sales.

However, as many have already mentioned, it is a big drop from S1 sales... but signs of loss in buyers of the anime, over the 13 volumes can already been seen, even in 2010. Having a sequel 5 years later rather, certainly did not help, as the loss in buying fanbase is much more pronounced now.


For first week, 3k BD is very good. I can't believe some people think it's not. It's like they live in this bizarro world where everything sells 20k+ because they've only seen a grand total of 10 anime.

Mar 5, 2015 6:54 PM by ex_necross

First time watching these threads. SAO really seems quite popular over there in japan, cool to see!

Mar 5, 2015 7:17 AM by Urbanophiler

rederoin said:
ex_necross said:
I'm guessing all you idiots who say DRRR is getting bad sales only follow mainstream "hot topic" anime? 3k is good, great even considering how early it is. There are so many far more deserving shows that would love to have 3k lifetime sales. When hearing people talk about DRRR having poor sales I figured it was <1k or something. Not everything has to sell 10k+, in fact that is very rare. First season popularity is irrelevant.

Give me a break.

Its a huge drop from S1V1(29k), thats kinda the point people are making..
First season popularity is relevant


3k isn't great, it is average. You failed to account for the DVDs, which means Drrr x2 actually sold almost 6k in the 1st week, which is good sales.

However, as many have already mentioned, it is a big drop from S1 sales... but signs of loss in buyers of the anime, over the 13 volumes can already been seen, even in 2010. Having a sequel 5 years later rather, certainly did not help, as the loss in buying fanbase is much more pronounced now.

Mar 5, 2015 7:09 AM by Ejc

nice one for shigatsu

Mar 5, 2015 5:59 AM by zairin

ex_necross said:
I'm guessing all you idiots who say DRRR is getting bad sales only follow mainstream "hot topic" anime? 3k is good, great even considering how early it is. There are so many far more deserving shows that would love to have 3k lifetime sales. When hearing people talk about DRRR having poor sales I figured it was <1k or something. Not everything has to sell 10k+, in fact that is very rare. First season popularity is irrelevant.

Give me a break.

Its a huge drop from S1V1(29k), thats kinda the point people are making..
First season popularity is relevant

Mar 5, 2015 5:19 AM by rederoin

I'm guessing all you idiots who say DRRR is getting bad sales only follow mainstream "hot topic" anime? 3k is good, great even considering how early it is. There are so many far more deserving shows that would love to have 3k lifetime sales. When hearing people talk about DRRR having poor sales I figured it was <1k or something. Not everything has to sell 10k+, in fact that is very rare. First season popularity is irrelevant.

Give me a break.

Mar 5, 2015 12:04 AM by ex_necross

Shiroshit selling well unfortunately.

Mar 4, 2015 2:07 PM by nowa_