BLOOD-C Blu-ray Disc Box Limited Release slated for March 2020

(C)2011 Production I.G, CLAMP・ST/ Project BLOOD-C TV

CLAMP and PRODUCTION IG’s 2011 collaborative animation BLOOD-C is getting a limited Blu-ray Disc Box scheduled for March 2020.

The release will feature:

◆ All 12 episodes of the TV Anime
BLOOD-C The Last Dark movie
◆ Newly recorded audio commentary for the BLOOD-C The Last Dark movie

(Cast: Nana Mizuki, Kenji Nojima, Junichi Fujisaki, etc.)
◆ Original Drama CD “Natsuyoha”
◆ Original Drama CD extra edition “Okuura Homa”
BLOOD-C Original Soundtrack (Music by: Naoki Sato)
◆ Movie version BLOOD-C The Last Dark Original Soundtrack (Music by: Naoki Sato)
◆ CLAMP Setting Collection
◆ CLAMP & Kazuya Kise jacket illustration
◆ Special booklet
◆ Video benefits (Non-credit OP / ED / Movie trailer / None-None Gekijou / others)

The box will be released on March 25, 2020 for a listing price of 27,000 yens. It can be pre-ordered on CD Japan and Amazon Japan.

Source: Aniplex.

Card Captor Sakura – Clear Card arc – Chapter 39

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Card Captor Sakura is available for purchase at CD Japan and Amazon Japan with worldwide shipping.

This chapter is also available digitally on multiple platforms for US$1.99 by Kodansha USA.

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Card Captor Sakura – Clear Card arc – Chapter 38

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DISCLAIMER: If you enjoyed reading this story, please support CLAMP by purchasing the original or licensed material available in your country.

Card Captor Sakura is available for purchase at CD Japan and Amazon Japan with worldwide shipping.

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Card Captor Sakura ~Clear Card arc~ #7 second week sales report

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The seventh volume of Card Captor Sakura ~Clear Card arc~ dropped to the 12th position in Oricon’s weekly ranking, with an estimate of 40,290 copies sold in its second week of sales. Combining weeks 1 and 2, volume 7 has sold an estimate of 138,379 copies overall.

These numbers are for the regular edition, only. Numbers for the special edition (Drama CD part 1) are unknown as it did not appear on the ranking.

Historically speaking, these are the lowest second week sales for a Clear Card arc volume and the lowest overall sales by the second week, too. However, once again we need to bear in mind that volume 7 was up for pre-order many months prior to its release date so that may have affected its performance at the Oricon ranking.

It is worth mentioning that Oricon only takes into account a certain number of shops. These numbers are only an estimate and it’s possible that the real figures are higher than these.

Source: Oricon.

The chart below shows the progress in the sales of Card Captor Sakura ~Clear Card arc~ over the weeks and compares it with previous volumes’ performances (click on it for dynamic version):

Let’s see if volume 7 will make it to its third week of sales.

Card Captor Sakura ~Clear Card arc~ #7 first week sales report

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© CLAMP・Shigatsu Tsuitachi CO.,LTD. / 講談社

The seventh volume of Card Captor Sakura ~Clear Card arc~ debutted at the 2nd position in Oricon’s weekly ranking, with an estimate of 98,089 copies sold in its first week of sales.

These numbers are for the regular edition, only. Numbers for the special edition (Drama CD part 1) are unknown as it did not appear on the ranking.

While these are the series’ 5th lowest first week (only topping first weeks of volumes 4 and 2, respectively, which were lower), I have a strong feeling that the main reason for that is that the special edition must have affected these numbers.

Volume 7 was up for pre-order many months prior to its release date so it is likely that the orders for the special edition were spread across the many weeks before the release date. That is, of course, just a personal guess.

It is worth mentioning that Oricon only takes into account a certain number of shops. These numbers are only an estimate and it’s possible that the real figures are higher than these.

Source: Oricon.

The chart below shows the progress in the sales of Card Captor Sakura ~Clear Card arc~ over the weeks and compares it with previous volumes’ performances (click on it for dynamic version):

It’s still early to know. Let’s wait and see how it will perform on next week’s ranking. Hopefully this is not the last we’ve seen of volume 7.