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479222 No.45032  
18,429 *1 Love Live! [DVD+BD]: 2013/03/22
*7,562 *3 Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru [DVD+BD]: 2013/02/27
- - - - - - - - - - - Manabi Line (2,899) - - - - - - - - - - -
*2,773 *2 GJ-bu [DVD+BD]: 2013/03/06
*1,942 *1 Zettai Karen Children: The Unlimited - Hyoubu Kyousuke [DVD+BD]: 2013/03/20
**,860 *1 Hakkenden: Touhou Hakken Ibun [DVD+BD]: 2013/03/22
**,617 *1 Tamako Market [DVD+BD]: 2013/03/20
**,*** *0 D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ [DVD+BD]: 2013/03/20
**,*** *0 Maoyuu Maou Yuusha [DVD+BD]: 2013/03/20

BD cutoff was 4,065.
>> No.45033  
Upcoming releases
2013/03/27 - AKB0048 next stage v1
2013/03/27 - Amnesia v1
2013/03/27 - Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Next v1
2013/03/27 - Cuticle Tantei Inaba v1
2013/03/27 - Minami-ke Tadaima v1
2013/03/27 - Puchimas! -Petit Idolmaster- v1
2013/03/27 - Sasami-san@Ganbaranai v1
2013/03/27 - Senran Kagura v1
2013/03/27 - Vividred Operation v1
2013/03/29 - Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? v1
>> No.45036  
It's over, KyoAni is finished.
>> No.45037  
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It's really stupid to do post this before the full list because we got hit by insane thresholds due to the fiscal year end rush. Either way, Tamako Market's going to be around 4.5k combined which isn't terrible but definitely a flop by KyoAni standards.
>> No.45040  
I would have liked another season of Tamako for more Choi and Kanna, but oh well.
>> No.45056  
Maybe KyoAni should stop making random shitty anime. They used to be so much better in the past.
>> No.45060  
>>45056
Hear, hear.
>> No.45062  
>>45056
Considering KyoAni's been making more money than ever, maybe you should stop posting unrelated crap in the sales thread.
>> No.45064  
>>45056
FUMOFFU and Nichijou were years apart though.
>> No.45068  
>>45062
That might have to do with anime being more popular than it was in years past and and not the general quality of their works, though.
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>>45068
Considering anime sales haven't exponentially grown in the latest years then no, that wouldn't be it. So unless you have something relevant to say, you might want to stop posting in a thread about sales.
>> No.45076  
>>45062
>Considering KyoAni's been making more money than ever
Uh, off what? K-ON? Since then they did 2 shows that sold bad and 2 shows that have done ok. I don't see how they are currently making more money than ever.
>> No.45077  
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>>45076
Last year was KyoAni's most profitable run, with the K-ON movie that's biggest hit ever and Chuu2koi, which they've acknowledged as their third top franchise; the former needs no explanation, and Chuu2Koi net them a fortune because it has consistently excellent disc sales + novels that went from very limited distribution to a widespread, good seller title. All that, plus a whole bunch of merchandise, going all straight to KyoAni's wallet because they own the entirety of the rights and handled them themselves, unlike any of their previous titles. Even Hyouka was very successful, not just for KyoAni but for Kadokawa as well since the novels went from moderate sales to the 4th top LN franchise last year with almost 800k books sold.

All in all, it was an excellent year for the studio and they've grown considerably because of it. Anyone trying to claim that no one loves them anymore because he happens to dislike what they've made recently is obviously full of shit.
>> No.45079  
>>45077
>Last year was KyoAni's most profitable run
Even if true, last year making the most money ever does not equal currently making the most money ever. And I'd like to see the information you have on how much profit they make each year.

Chuuni sold fine sure, but its sales still pale in comparison to K-ON, and Hyouka only sold around 9~10k per volume, hardly raking in the money. And I'm not sure why you talk about increased novel sales as that means very little for how much KyoAni makes.

So considering Chuuni+Hyouka combined only = like half of what K-ON sold, I fail to see how last year was their most profitable year ever, and how they are currently making more money than ever.

>Anyone trying to claim that no one loves them anymore
Who said that? Did I say that? obviously there are still people that love them, look at you, for example. I merely said they used to be so much better in the past. FMP, Air, Haruhi (first season), Lucky Star, Clannad, Kanon, these shows are all better than what they've been putting out recently, in my humblest of opinions.
>> No.45080  
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>Even if true, last year making the most money ever does not equal currently making the most money ever
Unless you want to claim that currently means in 2013 then yes, it does.

>Chuuni sold fine sure, but its sales still pale in comparison to K-ON
You know when I said it was their third biggest franchise? I thought I didn't need to spell it out, but that means behind Haruhi and K-ON. So yes, congratulations for realizing that K-ON is the bigger franchise! That said, you don't seem to realize what KyoAni owning the property means; K-ON averaged many more discs sales and sold a ton more merchandise as well, but KyoAni went from receiving fuck all of that to getting a major cut because everything related to the series is owned by them. The novel is, the anime is, the merch is. And all of them are making a lot of money. Hell, the merch sales have got to be damn impressive because it's only the third KyoAni series they've made one of these dumb DTA for after the aforementioned Haruhi&K-ON. Just why do you think KyoAni announced the production of more Chuu2Koi today even though we won't bee seeing that in months, most likely not even this year? They're dying to push their KA Esuma branch because even though it's a risky investment, if it works then the profits are much greater.

>Hyouka only sold around 9~10k per volume, hardly raking in the money
If you don't understand that barely missing a 10k average on a 11 volumes series is a big fucking deal, I don't know what to say. If you're too lazy to do the math, that's more money than any KeyAni series save for CLANNAD S1 made on disc sales alone.

>And I'm not sure why you talk about increased novel sales as that means very little for how much KyoAni makes.
As it turns out, it does in this case. Hyouka's a Kadokawa property but it was KyoAni that pushed the project and they've got much more weight in the production committee than usual. The LNs that sold like hotcakes were redone to feature KyoAni's covers, the OVA was bundled with a volume of the manga. All of them first times because this is the Kadokawa series that KyoAni have invested the most into. And since that worked really well (unless you want to claim that 800k novels isn't amazing, you're saying similarly retarded stuff so I wouldn't put it past you) then that means it made them a whole bunch of money. Shouldn't be that hard to understand.

tl;dr you have no idea what you're talking about. You started this by saying that maybe KyoAni should stop making "random shitty anime" if they want to make money and now keep trying to deny they're making a ton of it.
>> No.45083  
>>45080
>Unless you want to claim that currently means in 2013 then yes, it does.
Unless you're willing to provide figures of how much they've made each year, every thing you are saying is pure conjecture.

>You know when I said it was their third biggest franchise? I thought I didn't need to spell it out, but that means behind Haruhi and K-ON.
...So? Being "third biggest" doesn't mean anything unless you provide sales for reference. For example, let's say Haruhi and K-ON both sold 40+K per volume, Chuuni sells 15k per volume, and every other KyoAni show sells 12k per volume. Sure, it would technically be the third biggest in said case, but it doesn't mean as much as you'd imply.

And regardless, it isn't even actually the third biggest, Clannad sold more than Chuuni is selling, so I'm not sure what you are trying to prove.

>but KyoAni went from receiving fuck all of that to getting a major cut because everything related to the series is owned by them.
KyoAni received "fuck all"? Do you have any figures to show how much they made off of K-ON etc compared to Chuuni, or are you just typing more conjecture? Let's work with what we know here, like sales numbers, in which case K-ON eclipses Chuuni.

>Just why do you think KyoAni announced the production of more Chuu2Koi today even though we won't bee seeing that in months, most likely not even this year?
Perhaps to please their investors? Because Hyouka, Nichijou, and now Tamako Market didn't sell/aren't selling as well as they wanted? That's usually how business work you know. Wii U isn't selling good, Nintendo shows far off likely high selling games to raise confidence, it is pretty common.

>Hyouka's a Kadokawa property but it was KyoAni that pushed the project and they've got much more weight in the production committee than usual.
And? So you suddenly know how much of a cut KyoAni gets out of all the light novel sales, assuming they get a cut at all? You are basing everything on absolutely zero information.

>and now keep trying to deny they're making a ton of it.
You have provided zero proof that KyoAni is swimming in money. You are basing every thing off your own assumptions. Use concrete info that we know, like sales numbers of their anime, or stop trying to pass your own imaginings off as proofs.
>> No.45084  
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You're everything that's wrong with sales discussions as of late. You've taken a peek at Oricon averages and thought you understand everything. Yet you miss things as simple as realizing that Hyouka is, with about ~950 million yen on disc sales, only behind Haruhi/K-ON/LS/Clannad as far as KyoAni is concerned. Number of volumes? Price? Who cares about that, you looked at the average sales and achieved enlightenment.
But hey, you want more hard proof. How about knowing that the reported earnings for the K-ON movie (3,244 million yen total; 1,900m box office + 1,027m BD sales + 317m DVD sales) are over 60% higher than what Haruhi's movie did (2,025 million yen total; 830m box office + 975m BD + 220m DVD). Want more data? KyoAni's novels went from being sold in 16 libraries to over 300 due to Chuu2Koi's success. How about what I mentioned earlier about it being just the third title KyoAni makes a D.T.A. for? But of course all of that is meaningless because we don't know KyoAni's exact figures (just like we don't know any other studio's or company in the industry, by the way). Thankfully you don't need all that jazz to prove your original point that Maybe KyoAni should stop making random shitty anime (if they want to sell more?).
What you're saying is beyond ridiculous at this point. Claiming that they're making more Chuu2Koi to please their investors, when that was the first project KyoAni produced by themselves? Do you want to know who's in KyoAni's board of directors? Because I wouldn't define people like Kigami and Yamada as investors, seeing as they're nothing but animators and key staff. Seriously, just stop it. You don't even know what you're trying to argue.
>> No.45090  
>>45084
Right, so in 2010 they had K-ON season 2, which sold more than their last 4 series combined, regardless of if they were getting a smaller cut of the profit, and on top of that they had the Haruhi movie.
Then in 2011 they had the K-ON movie.
But now, of all times, you are claiming they are making more money than ever. All because they have "weight in the production committee" of Hyouka, where the LN has sold well, and because Chuuni's tertiary material is doing well. Even though you have absolutely zero knowledge on what kind of money KyoAni is making off these things. You sound pretty crazy to me.
>> No.45093  
>>45090
Not him, but K-On Movie was December 2011 in theaters and July 2012 in BD. It's 2012 profits, not 2011 profits.

>How about knowing that the reported earnings for the K-ON movie (3,244 million yen total; 1,900m box office + 1,027m BD sales + 317m DVD sales) are over 60% higher than what Haruhi's movie did (2,025 million yen total; 830m box office + 975m BD + 220m DVD).
Fuck this gay earth.
>> No.45095  
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Yes, yes. Let's once again ignore the facts you're presented with (Hyouka's disc sales being KyoAni's 4th biggest? You'd rather comment on the novels since you think those are unrelated) and then make even more shit up (K-ON's movie being 2011? Hell yeah, you jusy changed Japan's fiscal year system) while providing zero arguments to prove your initial point that... KyoAni doesn't make what you want so their stuff can't sell anymore?
>> No.45108  
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Now this is more like it.

18,429 *1 Love Live! [BD]: 2012/03/22
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10,000 Line - - - - - - - - - - - - -
*7,562 *3 Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru [DVD+BD]: 2012/02/27
*4,281 *1 Courtesy of Zettai Karen Children -The Unlimited- Hyoubu Kyousuke [DVD+BD]: 2012/03/20
*4,137 *1 Tamako Market [DVD+BD]: 2012/03/20
- - - - - - - - - - - Manabi Line (2,899) - - - - - - - - - - -
*2,771 *2 GJ-bu [DVD+BD]: 2012/03/06
*2,710 *1 Maoyuu Maou Yuusha [DVD+BD]: 2012/03/20
*2,380 *1 Hakkenden Touhou Hakken Ibun [DVD+BD]: 2012/03/22
*2,018 *1 D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ [DVD+BD]: 2012/03/20
**,954 *1 Wooser no Sono Higurashi [BD]: 2013/03/22
**,715 *1 Ai Mai Mii [DVD]: 2013/03/22

Love Live aside (and even that has a high chance of dropping quite a bit after the first volume), this season is just sad. Not that it comes as a surprise, since it's sandwiched between two huge monsters.
>> No.45118  
When is the data on Vividred and Haganai gonna come out?
>> No.45173  
>>45118
2013/03/27 Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Next v1
2013/03/27 Vividred Operation v1

Expect numbers in a couple of days.
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>>45118
Can't be assed to make a proper post since this week got fucked over by high thresholds again but Haganai's at 8,513 BD+DVD and Vividred at 7,580 BD+DVD. Full list on thursday so we have things actually rank.
>> No.50599  
>>45095
Stop being so buttblasted. Everyone knows only complete newfags into anime even remotely like Kyoani.

They lack everything someone with a little bit of taste would want.


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