History Manga / SailorMoon

28th Feb '16 1:12:25 AM aye_amber
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The original North American DVD releases were handled by Creator/ADVFilms (Seasons 1-2) and Creator/{{Geneon}} (Seasons 3-4 plus the movies), using the existing dubs. ADV released separate dub/sub editions, while Geneon's were billingual. ADV's releases in particular were heavily criticized for being of poor quality.[[note]] ADV has insisted they were forced to use Toei-supplied subtitle scripts and the same video masters [=DiC=] was given years earlier.[[/note]] In 2004, for reasons still unclear, Creator/{{Toei}} discontinued licensing the franchise worldwide, with ADV's releases going out-of-print in 2005 and Geneon's in 2007. This happened right when ''Sailor Stars'' sat on the cusp of getting dubbed into English, meaning that season never got dubbed '''or''' released in North America. This would be the situation for the next ten years, with the original ADV and Geneon [=DVDs=] selling for lots of money online.

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The original North American DVD releases were handled by Creator/ADVFilms (Seasons 1-2) and Creator/{{Geneon}} (Seasons 3-4 plus the movies), using the existing dubs. ADV released separate dub/sub editions, while Geneon's were billingual.bilingual. ADV's releases in particular were heavily criticized for being of poor quality.[[note]] ADV has insisted they were forced to use Toei-supplied subtitle scripts and the same video masters [=DiC=] was given years earlier.[[/note]] In 2004, for reasons still unclear, Creator/{{Toei}} discontinued licensing the franchise worldwide, with ADV's releases going out-of-print in 2005 and Geneon's in 2007. This happened right when ''Sailor Stars'' sat on the cusp of getting dubbed into English, meaning that season never got dubbed '''or''' released in North America. This would be the situation for the next ten years, with the original ADV and Geneon [=DVDs=] selling for lots of money online.
17th Feb '16 6:29:37 AM system
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6th Jan '16 1:35:49 PM BadassAgamemnon
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!This page covers the manga and Crystal anime. For specifically the 90s TV series, see Anime.BishojoSenshiSailorMoon. For the entire franchise, see Franchise.SailorMoon.

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!This page covers the manga and Crystal anime. For specifically the 90s TV series, see Anime.BishojoSenshiSailorMoon. For the entire franchise, see Franchise.SailorMoon.
6th Jan '16 1:34:38 PM BadassAgamemnon
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!This page covers the manga and 1990s anime. For the entire franchise, see Franchise.SailorMoon.

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!This page covers the manga and 1990s anime.Crystal anime. For specifically the 90s TV series, see Anime.BishojoSenshiSailorMoon. For the entire franchise, see Franchise.SailorMoon.



A famous manga (and anime adaptation) created by pharmacist-turned-manga-author Creator/NaokoTakeuchi.

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A famous manga (and anime adaptation) created by pharmacist-turned-manga-author Creator/NaokoTakeuchi.
6th Jan '16 1:31:22 PM BadassAgamemnon
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* [[SailorMoon/TropesOne Tropes found in both the 1990s anime and manga]]
* [[SailorMoon/TropesTwo Tropes found in the 1990s anime]]

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* [[SailorMoon/TropesOne Tropes found in both the 1990s Crystal anime and manga]]
* [[SailorMoon/TropesTwo Tropes found in the 1990s anime]]Crystal Anime]]
4th Aug '15 1:39:07 AM Kitchen90
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!!!This page covers the manga and 1990s anime. For the entire franchise, see Franchise.SailorMoon.

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!!!This !This page covers the manga and 1990s anime. For the entire franchise, see Franchise.SailorMoon.
30th Jun '15 6:48:15 AM Kitchen90
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4th Jun '15 3:27:44 PM TropeLicious
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[[http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/16792.html In 2010, Toei began shopping the show in its entirety around again,]] and many countries began rebroadcasting the series and/or re-releasing it to DVD, but mostly using their old dubs. For years, anime fans speculated on if the series would ever be licensed again in English. However, in May 2014, [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-05-16/viz-licenses-original-sailor-moon-anime-franchise Viz Media announced the release of a completely remastered, re-dubbed, uncut version of the entire 200-episode original television series.]] That same month, the original anime began streaming subtitled on Creator/{{Hulu}} via Creator/NeonAlley, and the new dub produced in Los Angeles by Studiopolis (the same studio that dubbed ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'') premiered on Neon Alley in September 2014, with the bilingual DVD/Blu-ray releases beginning on November 11th, 2014. While the reception of the home video releases was met with mixed reviews (mostly for the video quality), the reception of the redub itself has been overwhelmingly positive.

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[[http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/16792.html In 2010, Toei began shopping the show in its entirety around again,]] and many countries began rebroadcasting the series and/or re-releasing it to DVD, but mostly using their old dubs. For years, anime fans speculated on if the series would ever be licensed again in English. However, in May 2014, [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-05-16/viz-licenses-original-sailor-moon-anime-franchise Viz Media announced the release of a completely remastered, re-dubbed, uncut version of the entire 200-episode original television series.]] That same month, the original anime began streaming subtitled on Creator/{{Hulu}} via Creator/NeonAlley, and the new dub produced in Los Angeles by Studiopolis (the same studio that dubbed ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'') premiered on Neon Alley in September 2014, with the bilingual DVD/Blu-ray releases beginning on November 11th, 2014. While the reception of the home video releases was met with mixed reviews (mostly for the video quality), quality being the biggest criticism), the reception of the redub itself has been overwhelmingly positive.
30th May '15 11:26:20 PM PurpleWarrior13
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In 2012, Creator/ToeiAnimation revealed plans for a new ''Sailor Moon'' series. Originally planned for the summer 2013 and winter 2013/2014 seasons, it eventually started airing in [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-01-09/new-sailor-moon-anime-by-toei-to-start-in-july July of 2014,]] and streams worldwide. The new version, called ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', follows the manga version instead of the original anime, and features a different cast and crew (sans Creator/KotonoMitsuishi as Sailor Moon). It [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-05-16/viz-licenses-new-sailor-moon-crystal-anime will be released]] in North America by Creator/VizMedia with a dub with the same cast and crew as their dub of the original series.

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In 2012, Creator/ToeiAnimation revealed plans for a new ''Sailor Moon'' series. Originally planned for the summer 2013 and winter 2013/2014 seasons, it eventually started airing in [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-01-09/new-sailor-moon-anime-by-toei-to-start-in-july July of 2014,]] and streams worldwide. The new version, called ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', follows the manga version instead of the original anime, and features a different cast and crew (sans Creator/KotonoMitsuishi as Sailor Moon). It [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-05-16/viz-licenses-new-sailor-moon-crystal-anime will be released]] in North America by Creator/VizMedia with a dub with the their same cast and crew as their dub of the original series.



Back when it ran under the name Mixx Comics, Creator/{{Tokyopop}} picked up the original manga as one of its first series. Their translation was loosely based off the [=DiC=] version of the anime (though some name-changes were unique) and was flipped so that it read left-to-right, a then-common practice in US manga localization. Besides the questionable translation, Tokyopop's release was also criticized for its poor print and binding quality (it is very rare nowadays to find one of these volumes in good condition). All of their releases went out of print in 2005. Kodansha USA announced in 2011 that they had picked up ''Sailor Moon'' and ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' (see below), and would be using the 2003 Japanese reprints as the base for a new printing of the series. Their editions retain the original right-to-left format and use an all-new accurate translation (though it has been frequently criticized for being ''too'' literal).

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Back when it ran under the name Mixx Comics, Creator/{{Tokyopop}} picked up the original manga as one of its first series. Their translation was loosely based off the [=DiC=] version of the anime (though some name-changes were unique) unique), filled with inconsistencies, and was flipped so that it read left-to-right, a then-common practice in US manga localization. Besides the questionable translation, Tokyopop's release was also criticized for its poor print and binding quality (it is very rare nowadays to find one of these volumes in good condition). All of their releases went out of print in 2005. Kodansha USA announced in 2011 that they had picked up ''Sailor Moon'' and ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' (see below), and would be using the 2003 Japanese reprints as the base for a new printing of the series. Their editions retain the original right-to-left format and use an all-new accurate translation (though it has been frequently criticized for being ''too'' literal). \n In 2014, Kodansha in Japan began releasing brand new editions of the manga with even more updates and alterations.
30th May '15 11:23:37 PM PurpleWarrior13
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In 2012, Creator/ToeiAnimation revealed plans for a new ''Sailor Moon'' series. Originally planned for the summer 2013 and winter 2013/2014 seasons, it eventually started airing in [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-01-09/new-sailor-moon-anime-by-toei-to-start-in-july July of 2014,]] and streams worldwide. The new version, called ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', follows the manga version instead of the original anime, and features a different cast and crew (sans Creator/KotonoMitsuishi as Sailor Moon). It [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-05-16/viz-licenses-new-sailor-moon-crystal-anime will be released]] in North America by Creator/VizMedia with a dub with the same cast and crew as the original series' new dub.

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In 2012, Creator/ToeiAnimation revealed plans for a new ''Sailor Moon'' series. Originally planned for the summer 2013 and winter 2013/2014 seasons, it eventually started airing in [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-01-09/new-sailor-moon-anime-by-toei-to-start-in-july July of 2014,]] and streams worldwide. The new version, called ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', follows the manga version instead of the original anime, and features a different cast and crew (sans Creator/KotonoMitsuishi as Sailor Moon). It [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-05-16/viz-licenses-new-sailor-moon-crystal-anime will be released]] in North America by Creator/VizMedia with a dub with the same cast and crew as their dub of the original series' new dub.
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