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Known in Japan as ''Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon'' (and given the non-literal English title of ''[[AdjectiveNounFred Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon]]''), ''Sailor Moon'' is a multimedia franchise that fused the {{Sentai}} and MagicalGirl genres. The series started as a manga and was later adapted into an anime. Created by pharmacist-turned-manga author Creator/NaokoTakeuchi, ''Sailor Moon'' lasted for five seasons, three motion pictures, and a number of TV specials, becoming its own cottage industry in the process.

!!Works this franchise includes:

* ''Manga/SailorMoon'': What you're probably looking for. TheNineties MagicalGirl manga and anime.
* ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'': Features Minako as the title character before she was Sailor Venus. [[BroadStrokes Vaguely in continuity]] within different ''Sailor Moon'' adaptations, the manga started as a prototype then became a prequel to the original ''Sailor Moon.''
* ''Theatre/SeraMyu'': A series of musicals which often deviated a lot from the source material.
* ''VideoGame/SailorMoonAnotherStory'': A 1995 SNES RPG based on the first anime, but with manga elements taken from the manga. It took place after the S season.
* ''WesternAnimation/ToonMakersSailorMoon'': An aborted American live action/animation blend adaption by a company called Toon Makers.
* ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon'': A 2003 {{Toku}} live-action retelling of the first major arc, with more obvious J-drama overtones.
* ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'': A much more faithful anime adaption of the original comic. The first and second seasons were streamed online as ONA together, covering the original[=/=]Dark Kingdom and R[=/=]Black Moon arcs together in 26 episodes. A third season began airing on television in April 2016, consisting of 13 episodes covering the S[=/=]Infinity arc. The fourth season will be released as two theatrical movies instead of episodes, covering the [=SuperS/=]Dream arc.