Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, June 6–12
posted on by Egan Loo
Once again, it was no contest as the second Kanon television series and the next three volumes of Dragon Ball DVD singles captured the top four spots. Most of the remaining slots were taken up by television series compilations, except for the first Tales of Symphonia game-based spinoff and the second Sakura Wars video on the New York Fighting Troupe.
Boosting the sales of the 11th Saiunkoku DVD are its bonus illustration card, the zipper fasterner accessory, and character book—all of Hikaru Midorikawa's popular character Seiran. Similarly, Manabi Straight's third volume has a desktop accessory and mini-game CD-ROM devoted to the character Mutsuki.
|1||Kanon #6||June 6||TBS|
|2||Dragon Ball #7||June 6||Fuji TV|
|3||Dragon Ball #8||June 6||Fuji TV|
|4||Dragon Ball #9||June 6||Fuji TV|
|5||Tales of Symphonia the Animation #1 Collectors' Edition||June 8||Frontier Works|
|6||D. Gray-man #5||June 6||Aniplex|
|7||The Story of Saiunkoku #11 (Limited Initial Edition)||June 8||Kadokawa|
|8||Sakura Wars: New York NY #2 Limited Initial Edition||June 6||Sega|
|9||School Utopia: Manabi Straight #3 (Limited Edition)||June 6||King|
|10||One Piece Eighth Season: Water Seven Arc Piece 6||June 6||Avex|
Image © Visual Art's/Key/Hyakkaya
follow-up of Japanese Animation DVD Ranking, May 23–29