History Anime / SailorMoonCrystal

25th Jun '17 6:04:30 PM BatmanKalEl
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** [[spoiler:Mistress 9]] in the third season, whose first act after awakening is to [[spoiler:kill Chibiusa]]. From that point on, the season's tone becomes entirely serious, without any of the comic relief or exaggerated ArtShifts of the previous episodes, and it doesn't let up until the epilogue.

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** [[spoiler:Mistress 9]] in the third season, whose first act after awakening is to [[spoiler:kill Chibiusa]]. From that point on, the season's tone becomes entirely serious, without any of the comic relief or exaggerated ArtShifts {{Art Shift}}s of the previous episodes, and it doesn't let up until the epilogue.
23rd Apr '17 4:24:50 PM eroock
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* WeirdMoon: While it tends to follow the lead of its predecessors, in particular the series logo features a yellow, stylized crescent as a background element, and a white one as the "C" in "Crystal". Photorealistic but massively oversized moons also feature prominently in the TitleSequence and ClosingCredits.

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* WeirdMoon: While it tends to follow the lead of its predecessors, in particular the series logo features a yellow, stylized crescent as a background element, and a white one as the "C" in "Crystal". Photorealistic but massively oversized moons also feature prominently in the TitleSequence and ClosingCredits.
18th Apr '17 10:09:04 PM Scsigs
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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; some of the blood had to be cut out.

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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; some of the blood had to be cut out. It's, basically, what happened to ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' when it was turned into ''Anime/DragonBallKai''.
15th Apr '17 9:34:46 PM gjjones
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* TranslationTrainWreck: The Niconico streams of the first 24 episodes contain some liberal translations like "cat can talk" and and "bump head". Averted for the Crunchyroll streams starting with episode 3 and the English dub.

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* TranslationTrainWreck: The Niconico streams of the first 24 episodes contain some liberal translations like "cat can talk" and and "bump head". Averted for the Crunchyroll streams starting with episode 3 and the English dub.
15th Apr '17 3:40:15 PM eroock
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* GiganticMoon: Photorealistic but massively oversized full moons feature prominently in the TitleSequence and ClosingCredits.
18th Mar '17 9:14:25 PM Gouken20xx
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* MundaneUtility: Count the number of times you see Ami writing... specifically using her transformation pen.
12th Mar '17 1:39:25 PM JoieDeCombat
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* ToBeContinued: The intertitle that closes out each act has the GratuitousFrench phrase ''A Suivre'' at left, and a painted silhouette of an [[UwefulNotes/ArtNouveau Alphonse Mucha]]-inspired princess at right, haloed with an outer ring of planetary signs and inner painting of the Moon Castle, accented by white lilies and stenciled doilies.

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* ToBeContinued: The intertitle that closes out each act has the GratuitousFrench phrase ''A Suivre'' at left, and a painted silhouette of an [[UwefulNotes/ArtNouveau [[UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau Alphonse Mucha]]-inspired princess at right, haloed with an outer ring of planetary signs and inner painting of the Moon Castle, accented by white lilies and stenciled doilies.
12th Mar '17 6:23:40 AM gjjones
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* ToBeContinued: The intertitle that closes out each act has the GratuitousFrench phrase ''A Suivre'' at left, and a painted silhouette of an [[USefulNotes/ArtNouveau Alphonse Mucha]]-inspired princess at right, haloed with an outer ring of planetary signs and inner painting of the Moon Castle, accented by white lilies and stenciled doilies.

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* ToBeContinued: The intertitle that closes out each act has the GratuitousFrench phrase ''A Suivre'' at left, and a painted silhouette of an [[USefulNotes/ArtNouveau [[UwefulNotes/ArtNouveau Alphonse Mucha]]-inspired princess at right, haloed with an outer ring of planetary signs and inner painting of the Moon Castle, accented by white lilies and stenciled doilies.


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* TranslationTrainWreck: The Niconico streams of the first 24 episodes contain some liberal translations like "cat can talk" and and "bump head". Averted for the Crunchyroll streams starting with episode 3 and the English dub.
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.
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