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Kill La Kill Tops PS3's Torne DVR Rankings in Tokyo

posted on by Rae First

Sony announced last week that Kill la Kill topped the rankings for most recorded television anime between September 30 and November 2 in Tokyo on Torne, the digital video recorder kit for the PlayStation 3 console in Japan. The popularity of the series had increased over the course of the broadcast, putting the show in first place by the end of October. The first episode garnered about 11,600 "tor" recordings, and the fifth episode notched about 12,700 "tors."

Rank Title Previous Rank
1 Kill la Kill (New)
2 Monogatari Series Second Season 6
3 Beyond the Boundary (New)
4 Outbreak Company (New)
5 Kyousogiga (New)
6 Galilei Donna (New)
7 Infinite Stratos 2 (New)
8 Strike the Blood (New)
9 Nagi no Asukara (New)
10 Unbreakable Machine-Doll (New)
11 I couldn't become a hero, so I reluctantly decided to get a job. (New)
12 Golden Time (New)
13 Yowamushi Pedal (New)
14 Wanna Be the Strongest in the World (New)
15 Yozakura Quartet ~Hana no Uta~ (New)
16 Valvrave the Liberator 2nd Season (New)
17 Non Non Biyori (New)
18 Freezing Vibration (New)
19 Tokyo Ravens (New)
20 Arpeggio of Blue Steel (New)

Kill la Kill reunited several production staff members from Gurren Lagann: director Hiroyuki Imaishi, series script supervisor/writer Kazuki Nakashima, character designer Sushio (key animator/animation director on Gurren Lagann), and the animation Studio Trigger (co-founded by several former Gurren Lagann staffers).

Source: Mainichi Shimbun's Mantan Web

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