Anime is already noted to be more expensive. But when you include the non-localized ones...that's just cheating.
Manga is definitely much more expensive, but I'd categorize them with books, and traditional books have a much better money-time ratio, so I'd say it's made up for. For DVDs, you'll get $25-$35 for about 13~ hours for TV season. But then you have $15-20 movies, for only around 2 hours! While I think DLC is pretty bad, I'd say movies edges it out. TV/Movies are a bit more expensive at the start, but over a few years, video games become more expensive. Complete series pop up, and you get an insane amount of episodes for damn good prices. Most games take the longest god damn time to drop in $10 decrements. And then they cap out at $20 somewhere between half to a full decade.
If you include anime and/or Bluray (Especially on multi-disk stuff...) with TV/Movies though, then yeah, would it would be more expensive than video games, even considering the DLC bullshit and hardware (Hello, Nintendo). If you don't include either of the two above, I'd say TV/Movies definitely come pretty close to price though.