History Anime / SailorMoonCrystal

9th Feb '17 6:56:41 PM AlinhoAlisson
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* DeusExMachina: Not new to this series, but one example that stands out is when Sailor Moon and Tuxedo barely touch hands, and a new wand pops out of their combined power. Note that this happens while they're focusing all of their attention stressing out on how to save Sailor Mars, and they ''do not'' come up with any ideas of how to do this.

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* DeusExMachina: Not new to this series, but one example that stands out is when Sailor Moon and Tuxedo barely touch hands, and a new wand pops out of their combined power. Note that this happens while they're focusing all of their attention stressing out on how to save Sailor Mars, and they ''do not'' come up with any ideas of how to do this.this, it just happens.
9th Feb '17 6:55:50 PM AlinhoAlisson
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* DeusExMachina: Not new to this series, but one example that stands out is when Sailor Moon and Tuxedo barely touch hands, and a new wand pops out of their combined power. Note that this happens while they're focusing all of their attention stressing out on how to save Sailor Mars, and they ''do not'' come up with any ideas of how to do this.
26th Jan '17 1:39:37 AM YnK
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On January 25, 2017, another continuation of the series has been confirmed to be in the works [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-01-25/sailor-moon-crystal-anime-gets-sequel/.111437]]; no details have been provided yet on whether it'll cover the rest of the manga or just the next story arc.
11th Jan '17 3:14:05 AM Compucles
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Toei announced in September 2015 [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-09-28/sailor-moon-crystal-gets-3rd-season-on-death-busters/.93487]] that it would produce the third season], based on the "Death Busters" arc; these episodes aired on Tokyo MX in Japan on Wednesdays, beginning in April 2016.

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Toei announced in September 2015 [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-09-28/sailor-moon-crystal-gets-3rd-season-on-death-busters/.93487]] that it would produce the third season], season based on the "Death Busters" arc; these episodes aired on Tokyo MX in Japan on Wednesdays, beginning in April 2016.
11th Jan '17 3:13:29 AM Compucles
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Toei announced in September 2015 that [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-09-28/sailor-moon-crystal-gets-3rd-season-on-death-busters/.93487 it would produce the third season], based on the "Death Busters" arc; these episodes aired on Tokyo MX in Japan on Wednesdays, beginning in April 2016.

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Toei announced in September 2015 that [http://www.[[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-09-28/sailor-moon-crystal-gets-3rd-season-on-death-busters/.93487 93487]] that it would produce the third season], based on the "Death Busters" arc; these episodes aired on Tokyo MX in Japan on Wednesdays, beginning in April 2016.



** Makoto's hair, which is typically pink in the original manga's color artwork, was changed to brown in the '90s anime[[note]]although later colored manga art did start using brown instead[[/note]]. In ''Crystal'' her hair is a lighter reddish brown shade that is a middle ground between the two previous versions.

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** Makoto's hair, which is typically pink in the original manga's color artwork, was changed to brown in the '90s '90's anime[[note]]although later colored manga art did start using brown instead[[/note]]. In ''Crystal'' her hair is a lighter reddish brown shade that is a middle ground between the two previous versions.
9th Jan '17 5:25:07 PM gjjones
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''Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal'' (''Sailor Moon Crystal'' outside of Japan) is the 2014 AnimatedAdaptation of Creator/NaokoTakeuchi's seminal MagicalGirlWarrior manga ''Manga/SailorMoon'', which follows the plot of the manga more closely than the 1990s anime. Creator/ToeiAnimation announced the series in 2012, just in time for the [[MileStoneCelebration 20th anniversary]] of ''Sailor Moon''.

The first two seasons were simulcast worldwide on a twice-monthly basis (the first and third Saturdays of each month) via streaming services Website/NicoNicoDouga, Website/{{Crunchyroll}}, and Creator/{{Hulu}}'s Creator/NeonAlley channel, beginning in July 2014. Creator/VizMedia, who owns the North American license to the series, produced an English dub using the same voice actors and actresses from their re-dub of the '90s anime.

The first twenty-six episodes follows the events of the first two storylines, "Dark Kingdom" and "Wiseman", [[ShotForShotRemake pretty much faithfully]]. The third season, based on the "Death Busters" arc, began airing on Tokyo MX in Japan in April 2016. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7z5EKYcjOVM The trailer for Season 3 can be seen here]].

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''Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal'' (''Sailor Moon Crystal'' outside of Japan) is the 2014 AnimatedAdaptation of Creator/NaokoTakeuchi's seminal MagicalGirlWarrior manga ''Manga/SailorMoon'', which ''Manga/SailorMoon''. In a nutshell, ''Crystal'' follows the plot of the manga more closely than the 1990s anime. anime and updates the franchise for the 21st century. Creator/ToeiAnimation announced the series in 2012, just 2012 in time for the [[MileStoneCelebration 20th anniversary]] of ''Sailor Moon''.

The first two seasons were simulcast worldwide on a twice-monthly basis (the first and third Saturdays of each month) via streaming services Website/NicoNicoDouga, Website/{{Crunchyroll}}, and Creator/{{Hulu}}'s Creator/NeonAlley channel, beginning in July 2014. Creator/VizMedia, who owns 2014.

Toei announced in September 2015 that [http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-09-28/sailor-moon-crystal-gets-3rd-season-on-death-busters/.93487 it would produce
the North American license to the series, produced an English dub using the same voice actors and actresses from their re-dub of the '90s anime.

The first twenty-six episodes follows the events of the first two storylines, "Dark Kingdom" and "Wiseman", [[ShotForShotRemake pretty much faithfully]]. The
third season, season], based on the "Death Busters" arc, began airing arc; these episodes aired on Tokyo MX in Japan on Wednesdays, beginning in April 2016. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7z5EKYcjOVM The trailer 2016.

Creator/KotonoMitsuishi returned as Usagi's Japanese voice, while Creator/StephanieSheh returned
for Season 3 can be seen here]].
the English dub as did the other English voice actors and actresses from Creator/VizMedia's re-dub of the '90s anime.


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9th Jan '17 5:15:50 PM gjjones
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->''"Across time... A new light of destiny is unleashed."''
-->-- '''{{Tagline}}'''
2nd Jan '17 4:15:45 PM gjjones
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* BloodlessCarnage: A major difference from the manga, which wasn't shy of using HighPressureBlood and messy death scenes all the way to BodyHorror. This becomes really noticeable at the end of Act 12 [[spoiler:when Sailor Moon kills both the possessed Mamoru and herself with a sword]].

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* BloodlessCarnage: A major difference from While the manga, which manga wasn't shy of using HighPressureBlood and messy death scenes all the way to BodyHorror.BodyHorror and the '90s anime did include some blood, all instances have been removed from ''Crystal''. This becomes really noticeable at the end of Act 12 [[spoiler:when Sailor Moon kills both the possessed Mamoru and herself with a sword]].



* LighterAndSofter: The manga which ''Crystal'' uses as the base had much more graphic violence and controversial material. There were quite a few instances where children got killed ''a la'' BodyHorror and many, if not all of the bystander-turned-monsters didn't survive the final blow. Also, editing laws in Japan have gotten much stricter since the '90s anime was broadcast.

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* LighterAndSofter: The manga which ''Crystal'' uses as the base had much more graphic violence and controversial material. There were quite a few instances where children got killed ''a la'' BodyHorror and many, if not all of the bystander-turned-monsters didn't survive the final blow. Also, editing laws in Japan have gotten much stricter since the '90s anime was broadcast.broadcast; some of the blood had to be cut out.
7th Dec '16 5:31:54 PM gjjones
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** The Four Heavenly Kings uniforms are changed from black to white.
29th Nov '16 4:11:08 PM ryanswan2
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* EverybodyCries: Sailors Mercury, Mars Jupiter and Venus all cry when the four generals were destroyed by Queen Metalia's death beam after having their memories restored.
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