Follow-up: Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen #3 sales report

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On its second week of release, Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen #3 dropped to the 20th position in Oricon’s weekly comic ranking, with 40.847 copies sold, with an overall sales of 114,683 copies in two weeks.

Unfortunately, these are the worst second week sales for a Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen volume — actually, these are the worst second weeks sales for all of Tsubasa since I’ve been keeping track of those.

Once again, these numbers are only for the regular edition. Numbers for the PLAYBUTTON limited edition are unknown.

In case Tsubasa shows up again next week in Oricon’s ranking, I’ll post here about its performance.

For comparison’s sake, here’s a chart showing the performance for all 3 volumes of Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen.


Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai Hen

 

Volume 1

Week

Oricon Ranking

Sales

Accumulated Sales

1 – 02/16/2015~02/22/2015

6

127,643

127,643

2 – 02/23/2015~03/01/2015

19

56,614

184,257

3 – 03/02/2015~03/08/2015

42

26,122

210,379

Volume 2

Week

Oricon Ranking

Sales

Accumulated Sales

1 – 10/12/2015~10/18/2015

16

55,809

55,809

2 – 10/19/2015~10/25/2015

12

65,331

121,140

3 – 10/26/2015~11/01/2015

29

25,420

146,560

Volume 3

Week

Oricon Ranking

Sales

Accumulated Sales

1 – 08/15/2016~08/21/2016

11

73,836

73,836

2 – 08/22/2016~08/28/2016

20

40,847

114,683

Source: Oricon.

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Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen #3 sales report

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On its first week of release, Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen #3 debuted at the 11th position in Oricon’s weekly comic ranking, with 73.836 copies sold.

These numbers are slighly better than the numbers for volume 2 (55.809) on its first week, but we have to take into consideration the fact that the numbers for volume 2 stand for only 3 days of sales whereas volume 3 stand for 5 days.

Also, these numbers are only for the regular edition. Numbers for the PLAYBUTTON limited edition are unknown, however, they must be lower than 32.600 copies since it didn’t appear in the top 30 ranking.

For comparison’s sake, volume 1 sold 127.643 copies after 6 days of sales and volume 2 sold 55.809 after 3 days.

In case Tsubasa shows up again next week in Oricon’s ranking, I’ll post here about its performance.

Source: Oricon.

Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Kinugawa Onsen Hen (Updated)

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Japanese RAWs
English translations.

A short but expected 6 pages for this extra story! Sorry for everyone hoping to see the boys shirtless… not this time.

This is being published this week in Weekly Shonen Magazine double issue 37&38.

And I loved the guest character! =)

Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen vol. 3 covers

Not only we have a better, higher resolution version of the regular edition cover of Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai-hen vol. 3, but now we also have the cover of the PLAYBUTTON audio drama limited edition!

Both versions will be released on August 17!

Source: CLAMP-NET.COM

You can pre-order both the regular and PLAYBUTTON limited edition at CD Japan.

I am glad that in the end we got ourselves a new cover for the limited edition =) It looks so colorful with all those candies.

“Tsubasa” Special Chapter to be published in Weekly Shonen Magazine (Updated)

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To celebrate the release of volume 3 of Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE –, there will be a special chapter of Tsubasa in the upcoming double issue 37 & 38 of Weekly Shonen Magazine, out on August 10.

In a similar fashion, a special chapter was published in Weekly Shonen Magazine to promote the release of volume 1. That special chapter would be later adapted into the PLAYBUTTON audio drama that comes with the limited edition of volume 3.

Source: Weekly Shonen Magazine.

Image credits: clampPROJECT.

Update: According to CLAMP-NET.COM, the special chapter will be entitled Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Kinugawa Onsen Hen, which means it will be based on a recent trip CLAMP did to Kinugawa Onsen. This contradicts what they said on their radio show when asked if the Tsubasa gang would be landing in a Kinugawa Onsen-like world and they replied that the trip was not for Tsubasa, but for a different work. Unless that question gave them an extra idea?

On another note, according to AnimeNewsNetwork, the magazine where Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – ran in, Shonen Magazine SPECIAL, is ceasing publication in January 2017. This means that whenever Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – returns, it will most likely run in a different magazine. Kodansha has another monthly shonen magazine, Monthly Shonen Magazine, where it could be serialized in.

Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai hen vol. 3 cover

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The cover of “Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai-hen vol. 3 is here!

The strange thing is that it hasn’t been announced a special cover for the PLAYBUTTON limited edition, not even at Kodansha’s site. So either there won’t be a special case drawn by CLAMP to hold the PLAYBUTTON (like they did with XXXHOLiC Rei #3), or it’ll be later announced. But CLAMP-NET.COM didn’t announce anything about it so it looks like we won’t have one.

Tsubasa – WoRLD CHRoNiCLE – Nirai Kanai-hen vol. 3 will be released on August 17! (although Kodansha lists it for August 12…)

Source: Amazon.co.jp

I was expecting Sakura to be on the final cover… I guess CLAMP are really trying to say that Syaoran and Sakura are apart.

You can pre-order both the regular and PLAYBUTTON limited edition at CD Japan.

CLAMP no Kyoto Agaru Sagaru #31 – 2016/04/28 (Season 1 Final)

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Episode 31, the last one for this first season, is up for download at CLAMP no Kyoto Agaru Sagaru‘s official website.

This episode’s guest is Kotani Kinya, who sang the theme songs for the Tsubasa TV anime and movie adaptations.

As expected, they basically spent the entire episode interviewing him. I am not a big fan of his music, personally, but he speaks very respectfully about CLAMP, he seems genuinely to be a fan. He said he knew Tsubasa before he was chosen to sing the theme song, and that’s nice.

As mentioned previously, this the last episode of Season 1. At the end of the episode each member delivered a message thanking all listeners. It was a cute moment.

Apparently there will be a Season 2 at some point, but no date has been given yet. Probably in October again? I really don’t know. But I really hope it’ll be back, because I really love this show and we always got little news out of it.

In the end, they all said “Until next time!”