Anime is bigger than ever these days, and such success comes in its wake in large numbers. From sales to profits, the industry’s top brands are making a lot of money this year. And Thanks to a New Financial Report, It Looks Like Dragon Ball has been dethroned by gundam First time in a long time at Bandai Namco.
The update comes from the company itself as the brand has released its Q1 results for the 2023 financial year. It was there that fans were informed of Bandai’s return to composite IP and business IP. as it turned out, Mobile Suit Gundam came first in the quarter, even though Dragon Ball reported higher earnings in the first quarter than its results for the previous year.
Bandai Namco FY 2023 Q1 (April2022-June2022) Results. DB is up 2.4 billion year over year for the same period last year, for a total of 27.5 billion, although Gundam ranked #1 with 1.5 billion. They still expect the year to end with DB at #1. pic.twitter.com/D0s3UQMoBx
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According to the data, gundam Earned 29 billion yen in Q1 while Dragon Ball earned about 27.5 billion yen. If forecasts are correct, will go in the first half of Q1 gundam As expected to earn 60.5 billion yen in the first half of this fiscal year. Dragon Ball 59 billion will follow suit, and if all goes according to plan, the shonen chain will end the 2023 fiscal year on top with 133.5 billion yen.
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Clearly, gundam giving Dragon Ball Its a run for the money. IPs are a total hog, and when it comes to hobby sales, gundam Clearly expected to lead. not only beat Dragon Ball 14.8 billion yen in sales versus 5.6 billion yen in the quarter. But by the end of this financial year gundam Hobby sales are estimated to bring in more than 50 billion yen to Bandai Kamen Rider comes before the second Dragon Ball.
Of course, these estimates can change from year to year, and dragon ball super New content is coming for this. The new anime film is set to launch in the States this month before heading to global theaters. Of course, the same can be said for the Gundam IP. series would be welcome Witch from Mercury This October, so mecha fans won’t want to miss the premiere.
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