History Creator / NaokoTakeuchi

23rd Sep '14 11:48:27 AM TropeLicious
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** Naoko herself also enforced this when it came to approving the new dub of ''Manga/SailorMoon'' from Creator/VizMedia. She had to personally approve the new cast in order for the dub to become a reality, otherwise, Viz wouldn't be able to re-release it.
24th Jul '14 1:21:02 AM Elusivehawk
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Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子) is the creator of ''TheCherryProject'', ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' and the world famous ''Manga/SailorMoon'' manga, which codified the MagicalGirlWarrior sub-genre. She is married to fellow manga-ka YoshihiroTogashi, and has had two children with him: a boy in January of 2001, and a girl in 2009. A pharmacist-turned-mangaka, she has been a {{shojo}} inspiration for many years.
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Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子) is the creator of ''TheCherryProject'', ''Manga/TheCherryProject'', ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' and the world famous ''Manga/SailorMoon'' manga, which codified the MagicalGirlWarrior sub-genre. She is married to fellow manga-ka YoshihiroTogashi, and has had two children with him: a boy in January of 2001, and a girl in 2009. A pharmacist-turned-mangaka, she has been a {{shojo}} inspiration for many years.
2nd Jun '14 9:24:15 PM Aiguille
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Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子) is the creator of ''TheCherryProject'', ''CodenameSailorV'' and the world famous ''SailorMoon'' manga, which codified the MagicalGirlWarrior sub-genre. She is married to fellow manga-ka YoshihiroTogashi, and has had two children with him: a boy in January of 2001, and a girl in 2009. A pharmacist-turned-mangaka, she has been a {{shojo}} inspiration for many years.
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Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子) is the creator of ''TheCherryProject'', ''CodenameSailorV'' ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' and the world famous ''SailorMoon'' ''Manga/SailorMoon'' manga, which codified the MagicalGirlWarrior sub-genre. She is married to fellow manga-ka YoshihiroTogashi, and has had two children with him: a boy in January of 2001, and a girl in 2009. A pharmacist-turned-mangaka, she has been a {{shojo}} inspiration for many years.

* AuthorAppeal: White haired {{Bishonen}}s, racing cars (her favorite is a Ferrari 512M), figure skating, and modern fashion, namely. SailorMoon was inspired by {{Series/Wonder Woman}}, which gives the inspiration of most of the senshi having {{combat stiletto}}s. [[AllWomenLoveShoes She likes drawing shoes.]] Her ''Material Collections'' are full to the brim with characters wearing outfits inspired by fashions she's seen in magazines, and she puts great work into drawing each individual fold of fabric. Also, much like [[YoshihiroTogashi her husband]], she loves writing about LGBT characters, in part because she adores the openly homoerotic [[{{Takarazuka}} Takarazuka Revue]]. * AuthorAvatar: Usagi is stated to be this in ''SailorMoon''. Also, in the Sailor Moon manga, there would occasionally be notes or messages from the author and Takeuchi would draw herself as a cartoon rabbit. * ExecutiveMeddling: A victim of it in her early years, though in many cases not to her detriment. Had it not been for executive meddling asking her to add more characters to the cast, ''CodenameSailorV'' would have never become ''Sailor Moon''. Likewise Sailor Moon's [[PrimaryColorChampion iconic costume]] was the result of an editor telling her that her original mostly white costume would look bad on magazine covers.
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* AuthorAppeal: White haired {{Bishonen}}s, racing cars (her favorite is a Ferrari 512M), figure skating, and modern fashion, namely. SailorMoon ''Manga/SailorMoon'' was inspired by {{Series/Wonder Woman}}, Series/WonderWoman, which gives the inspiration of most of the senshi having {{combat stiletto}}s. [[AllWomenLoveShoes She likes drawing shoes.]] Her ''Material Collections'' are full to the brim with characters wearing outfits inspired by fashions she's seen in magazines, and she puts great work into drawing each individual fold of fabric. Also, much like [[YoshihiroTogashi her husband]], she loves writing about LGBT characters, in part because she adores the openly homoerotic [[{{Takarazuka}} Takarazuka Revue]]. * AuthorAvatar: Usagi is stated to be this in ''SailorMoon''.''Sailor Moon''. Also, in the Sailor Moon manga, there would occasionally be notes or messages from the author and Takeuchi would draw herself as a cartoon rabbit. * ExecutiveMeddling: A victim of it in her early years, though in many cases not to her detriment. Had it not been for executive meddling asking her to add more characters to the cast, ''CodenameSailorV'' ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' would have never become ''Sailor Moon''. Likewise Sailor Moon's [[PrimaryColorChampion iconic costume]] was the result of an editor telling her that her original mostly white costume would look bad on magazine covers.

* FanFic: Naoko loves reading ''SailorMoon'' fanfic and encourages different interpretations of her work heartily. * IWasJustJoking: When she came to her boss one day in 1990's and said that she would like to draw a manga about a female superhero, the editor remarked: "Right. A female superhero. Maybe a schoolgirl at that, who is a crybaby, and yet saves the day?" And thus, ''Codename Sailor V'', and by extension, ''Sailor Moon'', was born.
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* FanFic: Naoko loves reading ''SailorMoon'' ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' fanfic and encourages different interpretations of her work heartily. * IWasJustJoking: When she came to her boss one day in 1990's and said that she would like to draw a manga about a female superhero, the editor remarked: "Right. A female superhero. Maybe a schoolgirl at that, who is a crybaby, and yet saves the day?" And thus, ''Codename Sailor V'', ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', and by extension, ''Sailor Moon'', ''Manga/SailorMoon'', was born.

* OrphanedSeries: Several after ''SailorMoon''.
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* OrphanedSeries: Several after ''SailorMoon''.''Sailor Moon''.

* [[WriteWhoYouKnow Write What You Know]]: She did {{miko}} work in a shrine, using this experience as the basis for [[SailorMoon Rei Hino's]] character. Likewise she's stated that Michiru / Sailor Neptune was the hardest character for her to write because Naoko is in no way that calm or reserved.
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* [[WriteWhoYouKnow Write What You Know]]: She did {{miko}} work in a shrine, using this experience as the basis for [[SailorMoon [[Manga/SailorMoon Rei Hino's]] character. Likewise she's stated that Michiru / Sailor Michiru[=/=]Sailor Neptune was the hardest character for her to write because Naoko is in no way that calm or reserved.
12th Apr '14 12:14:04 PM FellDeedsAwake
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* TenderTears: In an artbook she comments that "[[ThirdPersonPerson Naoko]] is prone to tears,". She cries when she is overwhelmed by something beautiful and from touching letters from fans.
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* TenderTears: In an artbook she comments that "[[ThirdPersonPerson Naoko]] is prone to tears,".tears". She cries when she is overwhelmed by something beautiful and from touching letters from fans.
12th Apr '14 12:12:06 PM FellDeedsAwake
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Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子) is the creator of ''TheCherryProject'', ''CodenameSailorV'' and the world famous ''SailorMoon'' manga, which codified the MagicalGirlWarrior sub-genre. She is married to fellow manga-ka YoshihiroTogashi, and has had two children with him. A boy in January of 2001, and a girl in 2009. A pharmacist-turned-mangaka, she has been a {{shojo}} inspiration for many years.
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Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子) is the creator of ''TheCherryProject'', ''CodenameSailorV'' and the world famous ''SailorMoon'' manga, which codified the MagicalGirlWarrior sub-genre. She is married to fellow manga-ka YoshihiroTogashi, and has had two children with him. A him: a boy in January of 2001, and a girl in 2009. A pharmacist-turned-mangaka, she has been a {{shojo}} inspiration for many years.

** For that matter, this is also the main reason that the series continued beyond the final battle with Queen Beryl at all - she had originally plan for the end of the story arc to be the end of the manga itself, with [[KillEmAll all five sailors DYING]] - [[KilledOffForReal for good]]!
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** For that matter, this is also the main reason that the series continued beyond the final battle with Queen Beryl at all - she had originally plan planned for the end of the story arc to be the end of the manga itself, with [[KillEmAll all five sailors DYING]] - [[KilledOffForReal for good]]!
12th Apr '14 12:10:09 PM FellDeedsAwake
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* AuthorAvatar: Usagi is stated to be this in ''SailorMoon''. Also, in the Sailor Moon manga, there would occasionally be notes or messages from the author and Takeuichi would herself as a cartoon rabbit.
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* AuthorAvatar: Usagi is stated to be this in ''SailorMoon''. Also, in the Sailor Moon manga, there would occasionally be notes or messages from the author and Takeuichi Takeuchi would draw herself as a cartoon rabbit.
2nd Jan '14 12:42:26 AM thepaper
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** For that matter, this is also the main reason that the series continued beyond the final battle with Queen Beryl at all - she had originally plan for the end of the story arc to be the end of the manga itself, with [[KillEmAll all five sailors DYING]] - [[KilledOffForReal for good]]!
22nd Nov '13 3:08:06 AM Iruparatso
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* AuthorAppeal: White haired {{Bishonen}}s, racing cars (her favorite is a Ferrari 512M), figure skating, and modern fashion, namely. SailorMoon was inspired by {{Series/Wonder Woman}}, which gives the inspiration of most of the senshi having {{combat stiletto}}s. [[AllWomenLoveShoes She likes drawing shoes.]] Her ''Material Collections'' are full to the brim with characters wearing outfits inspired by fashions she's seen in magazines, and she puts great work into drawing each individual fold of fabric.
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* AuthorAppeal: White haired {{Bishonen}}s, racing cars (her favorite is a Ferrari 512M), figure skating, and modern fashion, namely. SailorMoon was inspired by {{Series/Wonder Woman}}, which gives the inspiration of most of the senshi having {{combat stiletto}}s. [[AllWomenLoveShoes She likes drawing shoes.]] Her ''Material Collections'' are full to the brim with characters wearing outfits inspired by fashions she's seen in magazines, and she puts great work into drawing each individual fold of fabric. Also, much like [[YoshihiroTogashi her husband]], she loves writing about LGBT characters, in part because she adores the openly homoerotic [[{{Takarazuka}} Takarazuka Revue]].
22nd Nov '13 3:03:32 AM Iruparatso
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* [[WriteWhoYouKnow Write What You Know]]: She did {{miko}} work in a shrine, using this experience as the basis for [[SailorMoon Rei Hino's]] character.
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* [[WriteWhoYouKnow Write What You Know]]: She did {{miko}} work in a shrine, using this experience as the basis for [[SailorMoon Rei Hino's]] character. Likewise she's stated that Michiru / Sailor Neptune was the hardest character for her to write because Naoko is in no way that calm or reserved.
22nd Nov '13 3:01:24 AM Iruparatso
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* AuthorAppeal: White haired {{Bishonen}}s, racing cars (her favorite is a Ferrari 512M), figure skating, and modern fashion, namely. SailorMoon was inspired by {{Series/Wonder Woman}}, which gives the inspiration of most of the senshi having {{combat stiletto}}s. [[AllWomenLoveShoes She likes drawing shoes.]] Her ''Material Collections'' are full to the brim with characters wearing outfits derived from fashions she's seen in magazines, and she puts great work into drawing each individual fold of fabric.
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* AuthorAppeal: White haired {{Bishonen}}s, racing cars (her favorite is a Ferrari 512M), figure skating, and modern fashion, namely. SailorMoon was inspired by {{Series/Wonder Woman}}, which gives the inspiration of most of the senshi having {{combat stiletto}}s. [[AllWomenLoveShoes She likes drawing shoes.]] Her ''Material Collections'' are full to the brim with characters wearing outfits derived from inspired by fashions she's seen in magazines, and she puts great work into drawing each individual fold of fabric.
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