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KADOKAWA Reveals Top 10 Titles That Generated Most Income In Third Quarter Of FY2024




KADOKAWA unveiled its titles which generated the most income based on sales in its third-quarter (October – December 2023) financial results on Feb 8, 2024. Topping the video sales category was the anime series Oshi no Ko, followed by My Happy Marriage, The Eminence in Shadow, Overlord, and others.

On the other hand, Mushoku Tensei took the top spot in the publishing category.

Checkout the top 10 titles in video and publishing category below:

Top 10 In Video Category:

(This includes all works from the year they started airing to the most recent new series.)

Rank Title (Series) Initial Broadcast Year
1 Oshi no Ko 2023
2 My Happy Marriage 2023
3 The Eminence In Shadow 2022
4 Overlord 2015
5 Bungo Stray Dogs 2016
6 KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World! 2016
7 Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World 2016
8 The Rising of the Shield Hero 2019
9 Gamera 1965
10 Spy Classroom 2023

Top 10 In Publishing Category:

(This includes all series from the first year of publication to the most recent new volume.)

Rank Title (Series) Start Year of Publication
1 Mushoku Tensei 2014
2 Sword Art Online 2009
3 Pan Dorobo 2020
4 My Love Story with Yamada-kun at Lv999 2020
5 The Eminence in Shadow 2018
6 A Certain Scientific Railgun 2007
7 Bungo Stray Dogs 2013
8 Kadokawa Manga Gakushu Series 2015
9 Dungeon Meshi 2015
10 My Happy Marriage 2019

Moreover, KADOKAWA’s cumulative net sales for Q3 FY2024 can be viewed below:

  1. Oshi no Ko
  2. The Eminence In Shadow
  3. Bungo Stray Dogs
  4. My Happy Marriage
  5. Overlord
  6. Re:Zero
  7. Mushoku Tensei
  8. KonoSuba
  9. Sword Art Online
  10. Pan Dorobo

The cumulative net includes figures earned from anime production, publishing and even the gaming department. For instance, Oshi No Ko‘s cumulative solely came from anime production (shown in light blue color in the graph below), whereas titles like The Eminence In Shadow and Bungo Stray Dogs earned from publishing and gaming too (shown in dark blue and grey color in the graph respectively).

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Source: Gamebiz

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