History Manga / SailorMoon

7th Oct '17 12:01:17 PM Smeagol17
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The manga has a {{prequel}} of sorts in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV''. The first issue was released before ''Sailor Moon'', but the series itself finished after ''Sailor Moon'' ended). A pilot for an aborted American live-action/animation blend adaption also exists a company called Toon Makers pitched this to Toei instead of a dub, but since Toei didn't pick it up, a two-minute music video put together using footage from the pilot remains the only footage ever seen by the general public. You can find more information on this project at ''WesternAnimation/ToonMakersSailorMoon''.


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The manga has a {{prequel}} of sorts in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV''. The first issue was released before ''Sailor Moon'', but the series itself finished after ''Sailor Moon'' ended).ended. A pilot for an aborted American live-action/animation blend adaption also exists a company called Toon Makers pitched this to Toei instead of a dub, but since Toei didn't pick it up, a two-minute music video put together using footage from the pilot remains the only footage ever seen by the general public. You can find more information on this project at ''WesternAnimation/ToonMakersSailorMoon''.

25th Sep '17 11:22:07 PM SuperMaxIsHere
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Creator/DiC was, depending on who you ask, was unable to, or declined to, license future episodes, Cloverway (Toei's US branch) teamed up with YTV in Canada and Cartoon Network in the US to localize future episodes (Cloverway had previously worked with [[Creator/{{Geneon}} Pioneer]] and Optimum to bring the movies to the states). They ended up dubbing all of the third and fourth seasons with Optimum Productions returning as dubbing studio (although only a few of the original voice actors returned). These dubbed episodes were visually uncut (though lightly edited for TV), but continued localizing names and plot points and were poorly received by fans and viewers. Most infamously, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune's lesbian relationship was changed into their being [[KissingCousins "cousins"]].

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Creator/DiC was, , depending on who you ask, was unable to, or declined to, license future episodes, Cloverway (Toei's US branch) teamed up with YTV in Canada and Cartoon Network in the US to localize future episodes (Cloverway had previously worked with [[Creator/{{Geneon}} Pioneer]] and Optimum to bring the movies to the states). They ended up dubbing all of the third and fourth seasons with Optimum Productions returning as dubbing studio (although only a few of the original voice actors returned). These dubbed episodes were visually uncut (though lightly edited for TV), but continued localizing names and plot points and were poorly received by fans and viewers. Most infamously, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune's lesbian relationship was changed into their being [[KissingCousins "cousins"]].
19th Sep '17 2:30:53 AM gjjones
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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil progressively more powerful villains]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary [[BigBad big bads]] of the series: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.

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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil progressively more powerful villains]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the The series can be is generally broken down into the six primary [[BigBad big bads]] of following story arcs (not counting filler): Dark Kingdom, Black Moon, Destiny (Death Busters), Dream (Dead Moon Circus), and Stars (Shadow Galactica). Both the series: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, anime and Chaos.
manga end on a high note as Usagi brings peace to Earth and the galaxy.
18th Sep '17 5:48:42 PM gjjones
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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil progressively more powerful villains]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary [[BigBad big bads]]: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.

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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil progressively more powerful villains]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary [[BigBad big bads]]: bads]] of the series: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.
18th Sep '17 5:46:38 PM gjjones
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-->--'''Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon'''

%%"Moonlight Legend" and "Sailor Star Song"
(''For the proper reading experience, run the music from [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYXftk1tJzw here]] or [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mh0K6ZMbovI here]] while reading this page.'')
18th Sep '17 5:42:36 PM gjjones
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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil escalating foes]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary [[BigBad big bads]]: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.

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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil escalating foes]] progressively more powerful villains]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary [[BigBad big bads]]: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.



''Sailor Moon'' received several VideoGameAdaptation games between 1993 and 2004, including a fan project by Destiny Revival based on VideoGame/FinalFight and ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' variants of BeatEmUp games. The anime series also spawned three [[NonSerialMovie non-serial movies]], but the fourth and the fifth will be based on the Dream Arc for ''Crystal''.

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''Sailor Moon'' received several VideoGameAdaptation games between 1993 and 2004, including a fan project by Destiny Revival based on VideoGame/FinalFight and ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' variants of BeatEmUp games. The anime series also spawned five special episodes and three [[NonSerialMovie non-serial movies]], but the fourth and the fifth will be based on the Dream Arc for ''Crystal''.
movies]].
18th Sep '17 5:40:36 PM gjjones
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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil escalating foes]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary {{big bads}}: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.

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Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil escalating foes]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary {{big bads}}: [[BigBad big bads]]: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.
18th Sep '17 5:40:22 PM gjjones
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In the first half of the ''Sailor Moon'' manga (which served as source material for the ''Sailor Moon'' anime), Usagi's life takes a turn for the unexpected when she discovers that she is the {{Reincarnation}} of an ancient lunar warrior from the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas Moon Kingdom]]. With the aid of a [[TalkingAnimal feline mentor]] called Luna, Usagi must take up the mission of defending the Earth from the various evils that threaten it while searching for the reincarnation of the Moon Kingdom's princess.

Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil escalating foes]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]].

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In the first half of the ''Sailor Moon'' manga (which served as source material for the ''Sailor Moon'' anime), Usagi's life takes a turn for the unexpected when she discovers that she is the {{Reincarnation}} of an ancient lunar warrior from the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas Moon Kingdom]]. With the aid of a [[TalkingAnimal feline mentor]] called Luna, Usagi must take up the mission of defending the Earth from the various evils that threaten it while searching for the reincarnation of the Moon Kingdom's princess.

Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the MagicalGirl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a MonsterOfTheWeek format, with subsequent series introducing [[SortingAlgorithmOfEvil escalating foes]] and [[SoLastSeason matching power-ups]], and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the [[CrystalSpiresAndTogas utopian Crystal Tokyo]].
Tokyo]]. Running for five years and 200 episodes, the series can be broken down into the six primary {{big bads}}: Queen Beryl, Wiseman/Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90, Queen Nehellenia, Sailor Galaxia, and Chaos.
18th Sep '17 5:34:32 PM gjjones
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Then, in 2012, 15 years after the conclusion of the anime series, Creator/ToeiAnimation announced ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', a ContinuityReboot that provides a more faithful adaptation to the original manga; it premiered in July 2014.

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Then, in 2012, 15 years after the conclusion of the anime series, Creator/ToeiAnimation announced ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', a ContinuityReboot that provides a premiering in 2014 on Niconico. This series adapts the manga more faithful adaptation to faithfully instead of remaking the original manga; it premiered in July 2014.
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[[Characters/SailorMoon This page has a character sheet]]; '''please''' put character-specific tropes there instead of adding them here.

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[[Characters/SailorMoon This page has a character sheet]]; '''please''' put character-specific tropes there instead of adding them here.
here. [[Recap/SailorMoon It also has a recap sheet]].
18th Sep '17 5:32:59 PM gjjones
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A ContinuityReboot, titled ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', premiered in 2014. The anime series also spawned three [[NonSerialMovie non-serial movies]], but the fourth and the fifth will be based on the Dream Arc for ''Crystal''.

''Sailor Moon'' received several VideoGameAdaptation games between 1993 and 2004, including a fan project by Destiny Revival based on VideoGame/FinalFight and ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' variants of BeatEmUp games.

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A ContinuityReboot, titled Then, in 2012, 15 years after the conclusion of the anime series, Creator/ToeiAnimation announced ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', a ContinuityReboot that provides a more faithful adaptation to the original manga; it premiered in 2014. The anime series also spawned three [[NonSerialMovie non-serial movies]], but the fourth and the fifth will be based on the Dream Arc for ''Crystal''.

July 2014.

''Sailor Moon'' received several VideoGameAdaptation games between 1993 and 2004, including a fan project by Destiny Revival based on VideoGame/FinalFight and ''VideoGame/DoubleDragon'' variants of BeatEmUp games.
games. The anime series also spawned three [[NonSerialMovie non-serial movies]], but the fourth and the fifth will be based on the Dream Arc for ''Crystal''.
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