So I've noticed this page was recently set up to be an umbrella covering the multiple branches of the anime Sailor Moon. I noticed that the image has switched from an image from the characters of the original anime to the North American anime logo. I think it's strange to use that, however, since the entire set of pages is written from the perspective of the Japanese originals and the page even covers adaptations that were never adapted into English at all. I'd suggest it either switch to a Japanese rendering of the logo, or a representative image of the character that can reasonably cover all of the media.
I'm mainly bringing this up since the image appears to have shifted a few times and it's probably best to hammer it out here.
The top of this page is a good example of the classic logo, though it obviously needs to be resized.
Here◊ is an example of the logo they've used since the 2005 live-action series. This may be preferable since it also has English incorporated into it, though it also needs a slight resize.
Here's one◊ that combines the logo with the main character, though it is (obviously) an anniversary picture.
There's also a version of the same image that is altered to switch the logo out to an English one.
While I don't like the "20th Anniversary" text, I am fine with . Also, while it's an English logo, it's also an official logo used by Kodansha for overseas releases, so it's not as odd as the 90s American logo. Which was my only real beef.
And the text isn't all that bad since the show is at its 20th anniversary.