Dragon Ball Super: Broly Rules Japan's DVD/Blu-ray Weekly Sales Charts

The 20th Dragon Ball film has earned 110 million dollars worldwide


As reported, the DVD/Blu-ray of Toei Animation's 20th Dragon Ball film Dragon Ball Super: Broly was finally released in Japan on June 5, 2019, seven months after its theatrical release. According to the latest Oricon sales report, its regular edition DVD and special limited edition Blu-ray sold 17,000 and 23,000 units in its first week respectively, becoming the top-selling discs of the week. This is the first time for the 33-year-old Dragon Ball anime franchise to dominate the DVD and Blu-ray weekly sales charts.


Dragon Ball Super: Broly was released in 361 theaters in Japan on December 14, 2018, and earned a massive 3.89 billion yen (about 34.8 million US dollars) from its total domestic run to become the top-grossing film in the Dragon Ball anime franchise, surpassing the previous record of 3.74 billion yen marked by Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' in 2015. According to Toei Video, its worldwide gross has already surpassed 12 billion yen (110 million US dollars).


PV for the DVD/Blu-ray release:



The special limited edition Blu-ray comes with a Saiyan tin badge set, 32 postcards, original card folder, 60-page booklet, and a bonus disc that contains TV spots, PVs, the film's world premiere event held at Nippon Budokan on November 14, 2018, as well as the stage greeting event at the Marunouchi Toei theater in Tokyo on December 15. The film's animation director Naohiro Shintani newly draws an illustration for its outer case. 





Source: Oricon News


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