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  • The show follows a team of teenage girls in modern Tokyo who are reincarnations of a moon princess and her planet-themed elite guardians. They use their powers to fight off an evil empire called the Dark Kingdom ("Negaverse" in the 90s dub), monsters controlled by said empire, and occasionally corrupted humans.
  • thumb| Sailor Moon (jap. bishōjo senshi sērā mūn, Schöne Mädchenkriegerin Sailor Moon, früherer offizieller internationaler Titel „Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon“, jetzt „Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon“) ist eine Manga-Serie der japanischen Zeichnerin Naoko Takeuchi und wird in das Magical Girl-Genre eingeordnet.
  • Sailor Moon/Come Sail Away, Come Sail Away, Come Sail Away with Me, Lads! is a female teen mango/anime pirate of the SS Boaty McBoat that has the cranium of an egg and the brain of yolk. Since logic, she is chosen to become Sailor Moon and soon a group of similar characters with "Sailor" beginning in their mask defender names and also similar brains that is of a yolk.
  • Sailor Moon is a magical girl superheroine and the main character of the manga and anime series of the same name.
  • thumb Sailor Moon es un manga, perteneciente al género shôjo, creado por Naoko Takeuchi en 1992. La serie se hizo particularmente famosa por volver a popularizar con gran éxito el subgénero de las chicas mágicas y sus elementos sentai consiguieron que la aceptación también fuese masiva entre el sector masculino, generalmente menos interesado en este tipo de historias.
  • thumb|200px|Masońskie logo serialu Sailor Moon (pol. Czarodziejka z Księżyca – stan tłumacza w trakcie przekładania tytułu do dziś pozostaje nieznany) – komiks mangowy, na podstawie którego powstał 200-odcinkowy serial anime (prawdopodobnie w rzeczywistości odcinków tych było znacznie więcej). O „Sailor Moon” mówi się, że to taki „Dragon Ball” dla dziewczynek.
  • Sailor Moon is the alternate identity of Usagi Tskuino and the leader of the Sailor Senshi. She acts as the reincarnate of Princess Serenity and uses the power of the moon to aid herself. In her civillian form, however, Usagi is just a Tokyo schoolgirl. She was the first Senshi to be found by Luna, who was sent to Earth to awaken the Senshi.
  • Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon 「美少女戦士セーラームーン Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn?」 es un manga perteneciente al género shôjo creado por Naoko Takeuchi en 1992. Una adaptación al anime se estrenó el 7 de marzo de 1992 hasta el 8 de febrero de 1997 contando con 200 episodios. Una segunda adaptación al anime más fiel al manga, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal, se estrenó el 5 Julio de 2014.
  • Sailor Moon (japanisch 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn) ist ein Anime und Manga.
  • Sailor Moon or Usagi Tsukino (月野 うさぎ Tsukino Usagi) is the Pink Godess of the planet Manga and a member of the Mangods, after the planet exploded, she and her fellow Gods went to the planet Earth sand be reincarnated as fictional characters, she went to the year 1991 to Naoko Takeuchi. her civilian host is Chiko Naoko.
  • Wikia has a wiki about all Sailor Moon Characters! Please visit at :sailormooncharacters.wikia.com
  • Sailor Moon is an Anime produced by Toei Animation, which is was based on the original manga of Naoko Takeuchi from 1992 to 1997. In Foxxy vs. the Board of Education, Usagi Tsukino, the protagonist from Sailor Moon, was depicted as one of the asian students at S.A.T Tests, in the extended DVD version, she can be clearly seen from the front, wearing Groucho glasses, she is named "Rachel Horenstein" identifying her as a Jewish-Asian Student, whereas in the original series, her religion was Christianity.
  • An agent of love and justice, Sailor Moon has not been active in the multiverse for long. Although her account was registered on 27th of January, 2009, the user that plays her has only recently begun to RP as her. This is the first time a user has played Sailor Moon. This account is currently frozen
  • She was the first Senshi to be awakened by the moon cat Luna and the second Senshi to be awakened. She is the only Senshi that appears in every chapter of the manga.
  • Sailor Moon ist die Hauptfigur der Sailor Moon Serie. Sie ist die Reinkarnation der Mondprinzessin Serenity und die zukünftige Königin Serenity. Ihre zivile Identität ist Bunny Tsukino.
  • Known in Japan as Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (and given the non-literal English title of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon), Sailor Moon is a manga and anime series that fused the Sentai and Magical Girl genres. Created by pharmacist-turned-manga author Naoko Takeuchi, Sailor Moon lasted for five seasons, three motion pictures, and a number of TV specials, becoming its own cottage industry in the process. There is a character sheet for more details. Please put character-specific tropes there instead of adding them here.
  • Serena (Usagi) Tsukino e uma jovem estudante de 14 anos que leva uma vida normal, exceto pelas sua notas, muito abaixo da media. Como seu irmão é um C.D.F., Serena vive levando altas broncas de seus pais. Certo dia, Serena salva uma gata preta de uns garotos que a estavam maltratando. A noite, o animalzinho aparece no quarto de Serena e comeca a falar com ela. Primeiro, Serena pensa que esta sonhando, e leva um susto quando vê que aquilo é real.
  • Name: Usagi Tsukino (Bunny) Alter: 16 Identitäten: Sailor Moon Vater:Kenji Tsukino ca.40 Fotograph Mutter:Ikuko Tsukino ca.40 Hausfrau Bruder: Schingo Tsukino ca.13-14 Schüler Hauskatze: Luna zukünftiger Ehemann: Mamoru Chiba Student ca.20 zukünftige Tochter: Chibiusa Chiba/Tsukino ca.8-9 Schülerin Als Prinzessin Serenity trägt sie wiederum ein sehr romantisches langes weißes Kleid.Vorne auf der Brust sind so gelbe Kreise die dem kleid ein wenig Farbe verleihen ansonsten hat sie hier auch puffelchen Ärmel. Das Kleid geht bis auf den Boden und wirkt dadurch sehr elegant. -herzensgüte -sieht süß aus
  • “By the power of the moon, I will punish you!” Yes this the phrase that we all know about from when we were little. Sailor moon is about a young 14 year old girl named Serena (Usagi in Japan). She is a typical teenage girl who is a brat and very clumsy. However, that all changes when she meets a talking cat named Luna and from there her true destiny is discovered. Luna tells Serena that she is destined to be a powerful warrior named Sailor Moon who fights evil that threatens the world and galaxy. Serena and the other destined Sailor Scouts fight against evil forces that try to control earth and the galaxy. As the story grows, Serena and her friends find out more about their pasts and their destinies. Serena and her friends will go through emotional battles together, as they fight powerful
  • Sailor Moon is the title of a Japanese media franchise created by Naoko Takeuchi, initially published as a manga series and then adapted into a series of anime versions. The story of the various metaseries revolves around the reincarnated defenders of a kingdom that once spanned the solar system. Adapted from the Wikipedia article on Sailor Moon.
  • is the title of a Japanese media franchise created by Naoko Takeuchi. It is generally credited with popularizing the concept of a sentai (team) of magical girls, as well as the general re-emergence of the magical girl genre itself.
  • The meta-series introduces Usagi Tsukino as a schoolgirl living in 20th-century Tokyo. It initially depicts her as a well-intentioned but underachieving crybaby who prefers the life of a normal teenage Earth girl. Nevertheless, she continues to fight the evils of her past life and protects the Earth with the Silver Crystal, as the Champion of Justice, Sailor Moon, which provides for most of the conflict within both the manga and the anime.
  • (After the opening, we open on a scientist (Malcolm Ray) writing on a whiteboard while thunder and lightning crash.) Nostalgia Critic: (quickly) Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to. (The doctor giggles) Right now, I'm in the laboratory of Dr. Hack, the master of formulas. Not scientific formulas, not mathematical formulas, but television formulas. (Dr. Hack laughs) Any TV show that has a formula that's been repeated over and over and over, he's the guy that came up with it. Watch this. (He turns to the doctor) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. NC: Home Improvement.
  • Sailor Moon (セーラームーン, Sērā Mūn?) is a fictional character in the Sailor Moon metaseries and the main protagonist of the franchise, as well as its title character. Her civilian name is Usagi Tsukino (月野 うさぎ, Tsukino Usagi?, Serena Tsukino in the English versions). She is a carefree schoolgirl who can transform into the de facto leader of the series' primary heroines, the Sailor Senshi.
  • Sailor Moon is the main protagonist of the manga and anime series of the same name. Her real name is Serena Tsukino (Usagi Tsukino in the Japanese version). She can fly and has other magic powers. She is 14 at the beginning of the series. She hates school work and is very lazy. Despite all that, she owns a black cat named Luna. When it comes to food, she prefers to eat sweets and even she despises carrots, she holds one to see if it is not corrupted or darkened. Sometimes when she wears casual outfits, her bunned pigtails can be decorated with different colors of bows.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Sailor Moon/preload editintro=Sailor Moon/editintro width=25 Sailor Moon is the title of an anime created by Ron Clements, John Musker, Jim Henson and Naoko Takeuchi. Fred Patten credits Takeuchi with popularizing the concept of a sentai (team) of magical girls, and Paul Gravett credits the series with "revitalizing" the magical girl genre itself.
  • There are five seasons of Sailor Moon, each of which features a new group of nutjob villains who suck at their jobs. As the show progresses, it gets more plot-driven and complex, but still manages to deliver the odd pantyshot on a steady basis. At the end of the series, Usagi marries the love of her life, Tuxedo Mask, and passes on her job to three shemales called the Sailor Starlights.
  • Sailor Moon is a long-running anime series based on the popular manga series Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon that ran in Japan from 1992 to 1997. Sailor Moon was adapted into English by DiC Entertainment and premiered in North America in 1995 on FOX, WB, and UPN. However the series was a failure and was cancelled after 65 episodes. However in Canada the series was so popular that the final 17 episodes of the second season Sailor Moon R were dubbed and aired to much sucess.
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  • Kotono Mitsusuchi
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  • Wrist Communicator, Transformation Rods/Brooch, Jewelry Star Necklace, Disguise Pen/Teletia S, Tiara, Mask, Holy Chalice, Moon Stick, Moon Rod, Moon Kaleidoscope, Princess Sword/Princess Harp, Feather Decoration, Odango Decoration
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  • Very Few
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  • es.sailormoon
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  • Goals
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  • 2013-08-06
  • Naoko Takeuchi
  • Serena Tsukino
  • Tsukino Usagi, Serena Tsukino
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  • No
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  • Skills and Abilities
  • Type of Hero
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  • Occupation
  • Next review
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  • No
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  • Tools and Weapons
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  • 2015-10-31
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  • 4290
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  • Nakayoshi
  • 1578.0
  • Kodansha, Tokyopop
  • Meatball Head, Bun Head
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  • Tokyo
  • Reading comics/manga, playing video games, spending time with her friends, and dating with Darien/Mamoru.
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  • Author
  • Released
  • Full Name
  • Real Name
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  • Mahō shōjo, Fantasía, Romance, Drama, Aventura
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  • First Appearance
  • Running time
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  • Base of Operations
  • Hobby
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  • Sērā Mūn
  • セーラームーン
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  • Creator
  • Origin
  • Previous review
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  • To be with Tuxedo Mask , Fighting greater evil, and to live a good life.
  • Transformation into Heroine, Magical Tiara, Magical Scepter, Can Heal Others, Projects Magical Energy That Can Harm Villains, etc.
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  • Mixxzine, Smile
Associates
  • Luna, Solar System Sailor Senshi, Tuxedo Mask
Box Title
  • Sailor Moon
  • Schoolgirl in Concrete
Relatives
  • * Chibiusa
  • * Ikuko Tsukino
  • * Kenji Tsukino
  • * Mamoru Chiba
  • * Queen Serenity
  • * Shingo Tsukino
  • Her Mom, Jerk Brother
  • Kenji Tsukino , Ikuko Tsukino , Shingo Tsukino
Executive Producer
Town
  • Tokyo
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Reason
  • Plagiarism
Element
  • Moon
Tag
  • Magical girl
Faction
  • N/A
Full Name
  • Usagi of the Moon Crystal
Origin
  • Japan
  • Sailor Moon
Last
  • 1993-02-27
  • 1994-03-12
  • 1995-02-25
  • 1996-03-02
  • 1997-02-08
  • 2001-05-03
  • April 1997
Power
  • 5000
Age
  • 14
  • Can't Keep My Wheels on the Track
Weapon
  • Tiara, Moon Stick
Runtime
  • 1320.0
Status
  • Frozen
  • Ended
  • Alive and Probably Dead
Affiliation
  • Her Fwends
First Appearance
Logo
ja kanji
  • 美少女戦士セーラームーン
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  • DALI - Moonlight Densetsu.ogg
  • Nicole & Bynne Price - Sailor Moon Theme.ogg
opentheme
  • "The One Named Sailor Moon"
Defence
  • 100
Hair
  • Blonde Platinum
Country
Name
  • Sailor Moon
  • Usagi Tsukino
  • Das -Wiki
  • Sailor Moo
Genre
Type
  • 3
  • Human
  • manga
  • tv series
  • music
ReleaseDate
  • 1991
  • 1993
Volumes
  • 18
Caption
  • The major characters of the Sailor Moon anime. The series is known for its large central cast and bright colors.
  • All of them are hot, it's hard to choose one.
  • Artwork of Sailor Moon
  • In the name of the Moon, I'll punish you!
  • Promotional image of the Sailor Moon characters.
First
  • 1992
  • 1992-03-07
  • 1993-03-06
  • 1994-03-19
  • 1995-03-04
  • 1996-03-09
  • 1998-06-01
Hair Color
  • Yellow
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  • --06-30
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Author
Aliases
show name
  • Sailor Moon
Preceded By
  • Cutie Honey
Demographic
  • Shōjo
Descripción
  • Sailor Moon Wiki, es un proyecto de Fandom que trata de reunir toda la información posible sobre dicha serie, y sus personajes.
Fundado
  • 2
Episode list
  • List of Sailor Moon R episodes
  • List of Sailor Moon S episodes
  • List of Sailor Moon Supers episodes
  • List of Sailor Moon episodes
  • List of Sailor Stars episodes
network en
  • Cartoon Network
  • TV2
  • Fox Kids
  • YTV
  • ABC, Seven Network, Network Ten, Fox Kids
  • Fox Kids, ITV
  • USA Network, Cartoon Network, Syndication, NBC
  • YTV, Global
Height
  • 150.0
Species
  • Human
  • Cause I'm Only Human
Title
  • Films
  • Video games
  • Sailor Moon
  • Sailor Moon S
  • Related series
  • Sailor Stars
  • Sailor Moon R
  • Sailor Moon SuperS
  • Live-action series
  • Moonlight Densetsu
  • Sailor Moon Theme
  • Sailor Moon; Princess Serenity
  • Stage musical series
Content
  • --10-04
  • * Sailor Moon R: The Movie * Sailor Moon S: The Movie * Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie
  • * Codename: Sailor V
  • Quite a few Sailor Moon video games have been released, mainly in Japan, with very few ever being translated into other languages.
  • Sailor Moon musicals : 25 stage shows based on the Sailor Moon franchise were released between 1993 and 2005.
Pos
  • right
Titles
  • Soldier of Love and Justice, Champion of Justice, Soldier of Mystery , Pretty Guardian in a Sailor Suit
Media
Company
  • DIC Entertainment
  • DiC Entertainment
  • TV Asahi
  • Toei Animation
  • Cloverfield Inc.
  • Cloverway Inc.
  • Optimus Productions
FSK
  • 12
Image size
  • 250
  • 320
Class
  • Sailor Senshi
Num episodes
  • 200166159
Description
  • English theme
  • Japanese theme
Ja romaji
  • Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn
Color
  • Pink
Format
  • Anime
  • Animated Series
  • manga, anime
First Aired
  • 1998-06-01
Fundador
  • Creselia
Header
  • Sailor Moon opening themes
Studio
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  • 2005-07-16
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  • IMG 2075.JPG
Relations
  • [[w:c:sailormoon:Sailor Chibi Moon
volume list
  • List of Sailor Moon chapters
Imagen
  • Sailor Moon.jpg
Life
  • 1000
publisher en
  • Tokyopop
Estado
  • Abandonada
num seasons
  • 54
Occupation
Episodes
  • 34
  • 38
  • 39
  • 43
  • 46
  • 200
Family
  • Unknown
url
  • de.sailormoon
Last Aired
  • 2002-07-05
Wiki name
  • Sailor Moon Wiki
  • Sailor Moon Wiki
Forms
  • Princess Serenity, Sailor Moon, Super Sailor Moon, Eternal Sailor Moon, Neo-Queen Serenity, Sailor Cosmos
Eye Color
  • Blue
Image File
  • NostalgiaCritic-NostalgiaCriticSailorMoon314.jpg
  • Sailor Moon.jpg
  • Sailor_moon_crystal_render_by_luna_ris-d7gg8or.png
Resides
  • Azabu-Juuban, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Gender
  • Female
  • The Weaker Form of the Human Species
Race
  • Human
Art
  • Anime und Manga
Blood Type
  • O
ImageCaption
  • LOOK AT MY DAB
Seasons
  • 5
Magazine
Publisher
Wiki
  • Sailor Moon
  • sailormoon
  • sailormoon
Voices
  • Miscast French-Canadian actresses
Director
Followed By
  • Magic Madoka
Bild
Network
Creator
  • Various
  • Naoko Takeuchi
Location
  • Unknown
  • Tokyo, Japan
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  • 521
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  • Single Forever
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  • 2
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  • 14
Japanische Erstpublikation
  • Februar 1992-März 1997
Produktionsjahre
  • 1992
Anzahl Folgen
  • 200
Deutsche Erstausstrahlung
  • 13101995
Anzahl Manga-Bände
  • 18
Läuft gerade auf Sender
  • Animax
Wiki-URL
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  • 7031992
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  • +
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  • MTV3
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  • Shōjo
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  • Sailor Moon is the main protagonist of the manga and anime series of the same name. Her real name is Serena Tsukino (Usagi Tsukino in the Japanese version). She can fly and has other magic powers. She is 14 at the beginning of the series. She hates school work and is very lazy. Despite all that, she owns a black cat named Luna. When it comes to food, she prefers to eat sweets and even she despises carrots, she holds one to see if it is not corrupted or darkened. Sometimes when she wears casual outfits, her bunned pigtails can be decorated with different colors of bows. In her Sailor Scout outfit, her skirt and collar are completely blue initially. She also has two red bows: one on the bodice and another on the back. When she gains the Purity Chalice in the first place, she uses it to upgrade herself for the first time and in the process, her blue skirt becomes white with yellow and blue stripes on the edge and her back bow turns white with ribbons extending. Aditionally, her Cosmic Heart belt is added around her waist.
  • The show follows a team of teenage girls in modern Tokyo who are reincarnations of a moon princess and her planet-themed elite guardians. They use their powers to fight off an evil empire called the Dark Kingdom ("Negaverse" in the 90s dub), monsters controlled by said empire, and occasionally corrupted humans.
  • Sailor Moon (セーラームーン, Sērā Mūn?) is a fictional character in the Sailor Moon metaseries and the main protagonist of the franchise, as well as its title character. Her civilian name is Usagi Tsukino (月野 うさぎ, Tsukino Usagi?, Serena Tsukino in the English versions). She is a carefree schoolgirl who can transform into the de facto leader of the series' primary heroines, the Sailor Senshi. Due to the series' widespread popularity in many countries, as well as her distinctive and oft-copied odango hairstyle, she is one of the most immediately recognizable and iconic anime characters worldwide. She is the only character to appear in all 200 episodes of the anime, and is present in all 52 acts of the manga as well as all 51 acts of the live-action series. Serena, Usagi's given name in the English versions of the series, is derived from "Serenity," the name Usagi went by in her past life. In the English manga she is mostly called by the nickname Bunny, which is the literal meaning of usagi. Her boyfriend for most of the series, Mamoru Chiba, calls her by the affectionate nickname "Usako" (which is a diminutive, the suffix -ko meaning "child").
  • Serena (Usagi) Tsukino e uma jovem estudante de 14 anos que leva uma vida normal, exceto pelas sua notas, muito abaixo da media. Como seu irmão é um C.D.F., Serena vive levando altas broncas de seus pais. Certo dia, Serena salva uma gata preta de uns garotos que a estavam maltratando. A noite, o animalzinho aparece no quarto de Serena e comeca a falar com ela. Primeiro, Serena pensa que esta sonhando, e leva um susto quando vê que aquilo é real. A gata se apresenta como Lua e diz que escolheu Serena para duas grandes missões: encontrar a Princesa da Lua que vive na Terra, e enfrentar os demonios extra-dimensionais do Negaverso, liderados pela cruel rainha Beryl. De Lua; Serena recebe um broche mágico, ativado pelo grito "Moon prism power make up! (Pelo poder do prisma lunar)", assim ela se transforma em Sailor Moon, uma guerreira que luta pelo amor e a justica, e um bastão anteriormente usado por sua mãe na Lua (Rainha Serenede), o Cetro Lunar, com dois poderosos ataques energeticos: o "Moon Tiara-Action (Tiara Lunar... Ação)" e "Moon Healing-Escalation (Cura Lunar... Progressão)". Logo no inicio de sua guerra contra o Negaverso, Sailor Moon recebe a ajuda de Darien, o misterioso Tuxedo Mask, (le-se taquissidou mask) e fica perdidamente apaixonada pelo rapaz. Felizmente, a salvação do mundo não fica só nas mãos da atrapalhada Sailor Moon. Aos poucos, novas guerreiras vão aparecendo: Ami Mizuno (Sailor Mercury), Rey Hino (Sailor Mars), Lita Kino (Sailor Jupiter) e Mina Aino (Sailor Venus). Apesar de demorar a integrar o quinteto, Venus foi a primeira das guerreiras. Junto com ela estava o gato branco lunar Artemis, que, assim como Lua, veio a Terra para tentar encontrar a Princesa da Lua. Depois de um certo tempo, elas descobrem que Serena e a própria reencarnação da lendária princesa, enquanto o Tuxedo Mask e a reencarnação de Endymion, o lendário Rei da Terra. "Serena e Endymion" que vem de "Selenite (Serenede) e Endimion" são personagens da mitologia grega. Apos a derrota do Negaverso, novas e perigosas ameaças surgem para as guerreiras combaterem. Do futuro, vem a pequena Chibi-Usagi (Pequena Serena) ou Rine (le-se em português) como e conhecida no Brasil, que e na verdade, a filha de Sailor Moon e Tuxedo Mask. Outras heroinas surgem para ajudar o grupo, mesmo sem fazer parte oficial da tropa. Sao as poderosas Haruka Tenno (Sailor Uranus) e Mitiro Kaiyo (Sailor Neptune). Juntas, as sete são imbativéis. Sailor Moon foi criada pela desenhista Naoko Takeuchi no gibi mensal feminino chamado Nakayoshi, da editora Kodansha, uma das maiores do Japão. De inicio deveria ser uma série fechada para o publico feminino de nome Codename wa Sailor V, onde na verdade os atuais Sailor Venus e Artemis seriam os protagonistas do manga. Em sua adaptação para o anime, varios novos personagens surgiram e Mina e Artemis ficaram sendo coadjuvantes. Na TV, a serie conquistou o publico masculino tambem e chegou aos cinemas do Japão no festival anual da Toei Animation Company. Em tempo: o sub-titulo da serie e Bishoujo Senshi, que em japones significa "gata guerreira". O nome "Sailor" (marinheiro, em inglês), e uma referencia ao uniforme delas, uma variação dos tradicionais uniformes escolares japoneses. Diga-se de passagem, os homens japoneses são fissurados por garotas bonitinhas em uniformes escolares. Combinando temas como super-herois, ficção, aventura, comedia e romance, Sailor Moon consegue ser um anime muito interessante em todos os aspectos.
  • thumb| Sailor Moon (jap. bishōjo senshi sērā mūn, Schöne Mädchenkriegerin Sailor Moon, früherer offizieller internationaler Titel „Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon“, jetzt „Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon“) ist eine Manga-Serie der japanischen Zeichnerin Naoko Takeuchi und wird in das Magical Girl-Genre eingeordnet.
  • Sailor Moon/Come Sail Away, Come Sail Away, Come Sail Away with Me, Lads! is a female teen mango/anime pirate of the SS Boaty McBoat that has the cranium of an egg and the brain of yolk. Since logic, she is chosen to become Sailor Moon and soon a group of similar characters with "Sailor" beginning in their mask defender names and also similar brains that is of a yolk.
  • Sailor Moon is a magical girl superheroine and the main character of the manga and anime series of the same name.
  • Known in Japan as Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (and given the non-literal English title of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon), Sailor Moon is a manga and anime series that fused the Sentai and Magical Girl genres. Created by pharmacist-turned-manga author Naoko Takeuchi, Sailor Moon lasted for five seasons, three motion pictures, and a number of TV specials, becoming its own cottage industry in the process. Sailor Moon is the story of Usagi Tsukino ("Serena" in the North American dub), a clumsy, lazy, underachieving 14-year-old crybaby schoolgirl whose life is completely changed when she meets a talking cat. The cat, Luna, tells her that she is a predestined magical warrior who must find the reincarnated princess of a lost kingdom of magic while, at the same time, defending Earth against the forces of the extra-dimensional evil responsible for the fall of said kingdom. In the course of a year, Usagi discovers other reincarnated warriors, learns how to be a leader, and discovers a secret power within herself that puts the combined force of the other Sailor Senshi to shame. In the end, she must find the courage to confront the evil mastermind behind the Dark Kingdom, sacrificing everything in her attempt to destroy it forever. Subsequent seasons go through a similar pattern with the strength of each set of foes escalating. The show was licensed overseas throughout a good portion of The Nineties, with pretty much every country/region getting their own international dubs which thoroughly displaced the original work (itself heavily displacing the original manga it was adapted from). Naturally, the regulation of translation accuracy, adaptation for ease of viewing, and editing due to local censorship concerns varied wildly by region. Coupled with the blooming internet, this allowed to fans to actually be aware of these changes (loudly, in the case of the North American fandom) sometimes even before they aired. Uncensored and censored versions of most of the series were eventually offered by Geneon and even ADV Films. All of these sets, as well as the uncut DVD releases for the three films (also released by Geneon), are now out of print. For various marketing reasons, the last season was never offically sold. Around 2003, Toei quietly pulled all licenses to the franchise worldwide, so non-bootlegged DVDs now go for a great deal of money online. This may be changing, as Toei has been shopping the show (in its entirety) around again, and some countries have begun rebroadcasting the series -- but only using their old dubs. The original manga was one of the earliest series Tokyo Pop picked up (back when they were Mixx Comics), but all of their releases went out of print in 2005. Kodansha began to re-release the manga in English in September 2011, basing the new releases on the 2003 Japanese reprints. A live-action version of the franchise appeared on Japanese television between October 2003 and October 2004. Forty-nine episodes were broadcast of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, which established itself as a completely separate continuity, a Broad Strokes adaptation of the first Big Bad's arc leaning more heavily towards the original comic book. The manga has a Prequel to Sailor Moon, which is Codename: Sailor V (it's a prequel of sorts, anyway; the first issue was released before Sailor Moon, but the series itself was finished afterwards). There is also a set of stage musicals known as Sera Myu, an apocryphal Super Famicom RPG titled Sailor Moon: Another Story, and various other video game releases. There was also an aborted American live action/animation blend adaption by a company called Toon Makers which was pitched to Toei instead of the dub but it didn't get picked up and the only footage ever released to the public is a two minute music video that was put together using the pilot they produced. This adaptation was going to be rather...different, shall we say, and more information on that can be found at Toon Makers Sailor Moon. There is a character sheet for more details. Please put character-specific tropes there instead of adding them here. Do not mention the live-action version, the musical, or the video game here. Put tropes relating to those specific entries on the appropriate pages.
  • The meta-series introduces Usagi Tsukino as a schoolgirl living in 20th-century Tokyo. It initially depicts her as a well-intentioned but underachieving crybaby who prefers the life of a normal teenage Earth girl. Nevertheless, she continues to fight the evils of her past life and protects the Earth with the Silver Crystal, as the Champion of Justice, Sailor Moon, which provides for most of the conflict within both the manga and the anime. Her journey begins when, while running to school, she sees some neighborhood kids abusing a cat and rescues it (in the manga she accidentally steps on the cat, and trips over it). Later, the cat comes into her room and reveals herself as a talking cat named Luna, who serves as the mentor archetype for Sailor Moon. Luna gives Usagi a magical brooch which helps her transform into Sailor Moon (the "soldier for love and justice"), and tells her that she is a Soldier who must fight for peace. She also tells her that she must find the rest of the Soldiers, as well as their princess. Though at first Usagi is portrayed as a "reluctant heroine" (in the anime she often is rescued by Tuxedo Mask) as time goes on her character grows more confident and mature. However, she still has her crybaby moments late into the meta-series. Usagi lives in Azabu Jūban (a real district of Tokyo) with her mother Ikuko Tsukino, her father Kenji Tsukino, and her brother Shingo Tsukino. Usagi's family take their names from the real family members of the metaseries' creator, Naoko Takeuchi. Out of all the Sailor Senshi, only Usagi and Minako Aino live in conventional nuclear families. Usagi is also the only one known to have a sibling. Usagi does not perform well at school, and often seems unintelligent (especially in the anime), though the storyline generally attributes this to naïveté and laziness rather than to stupidity. She spends her time eating, playing video games and reading comics (including RunRun, which published the Sailor V manga in real life) rather than studying.[citation needed] She is often portrayed as a character that is better at art than science, as with her inability to answer that apples fall from trees because of gravity. Usagi has a boyfriend named Mamoru Chiba. Mamoru and Usagi's relationship forms an important part of Usagi's life, as well as of the series. The love they share helps Usagi make it through many challenges. Mamoru becomes Usagi's boyfriend after many trials, and they date for a long time during the series. In Sailor Stars Mamoru gives Usagi a promise ring in a shape of a heart at the airport just before he leaves for America. The ring represents a promise to Usagi that they will eventually get married. A number of connecting episodes at the end of the first series reveal one of the biggest secrets about Sailor Moon: she realizes that she is Princess Serenity (the "crown princess" of the Silver Millennium) reborn. In the second series, Usagi learns that she will give birth to a daughter (Chibiusa) by her boyfriend and future husband. Usagi will also become a "sovereign of the Earth", known as Neo-Queen Serenity, by the 30th century. The series shows how Usagi loves sweet foods and how easily they distract her. She loves ice-cream so much that it appears listed as her hobby in the manga, and her favorite subject is listed as Home Economics. She is also said to dislike carrots (although she eats them in the anime), and is terrible at both English and mathematics. In addition to being a genuine friend, Usagi is extremely good at brown nosing when it's needed and, of course, crying to get what she wants. She is afraid of dentists , ghosts and lightning, and her greatest dream is to be a bride. Usagi loves rabbits as well as the colors white and pink, and is apparently a member of the Manga Drawing Club at school, though her skill level varies widely when shown in the anime. She stands 150 centimeters (4 ft 11 in) tall. She also often appears bad at writing using Kanji to the point that even as Neo-Queen Serenity she still has problems. In the manga and anime, Mamoru gives Usagi the nickname "Odango" (a kind of rice dumpling), based on her distinctive hair-style. At first this is always accompanied with the suffix -atama, meaning "head", but as time goes on it is left off. Usagi hates the name at first, but as they become close it develops into a sign of affection. Later in the series, other important male (or androgynous) figures in her life, Haruka and Seiya, adopt the name as well. Because there is no North American equivalent to odango, the English dub almost always uses "Meatball Head," once "Donut Head," and, somewhat incongruously, "Moon Face." In the English manga, Mamoru calls Usagi "buns", which is both an approximation of odango and short for Bunny.
  • thumb Sailor Moon es un manga, perteneciente al género shôjo, creado por Naoko Takeuchi en 1992. La serie se hizo particularmente famosa por volver a popularizar con gran éxito el subgénero de las chicas mágicas y sus elementos sentai consiguieron que la aceptación también fuese masiva entre el sector masculino, generalmente menos interesado en este tipo de historias.
  • thumb|200px|Masońskie logo serialu Sailor Moon (pol. Czarodziejka z Księżyca – stan tłumacza w trakcie przekładania tytułu do dziś pozostaje nieznany) – komiks mangowy, na podstawie którego powstał 200-odcinkowy serial anime (prawdopodobnie w rzeczywistości odcinków tych było znacznie więcej). O „Sailor Moon” mówi się, że to taki „Dragon Ball” dla dziewczynek.
  • Sailor Moon is the alternate identity of Usagi Tskuino and the leader of the Sailor Senshi. She acts as the reincarnate of Princess Serenity and uses the power of the moon to aid herself. In her civillian form, however, Usagi is just a Tokyo schoolgirl. She was the first Senshi to be found by Luna, who was sent to Earth to awaken the Senshi.
  • Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon 「美少女戦士セーラームーン Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn?」 es un manga perteneciente al género shôjo creado por Naoko Takeuchi en 1992. Una adaptación al anime se estrenó el 7 de marzo de 1992 hasta el 8 de febrero de 1997 contando con 200 episodios. Una segunda adaptación al anime más fiel al manga, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal, se estrenó el 5 Julio de 2014.
  • Name: Usagi Tsukino (Bunny) Alter: 16 Identitäten: Sailor Moon Vater:Kenji Tsukino ca.40 Fotograph Mutter:Ikuko Tsukino ca.40 Hausfrau Bruder: Schingo Tsukino ca.13-14 Schüler Hauskatze: Luna zukünftiger Ehemann: Mamoru Chiba Student ca.20 zukünftige Tochter: Chibiusa Chiba/Tsukino ca.8-9 Schülerin Aussehen: Bunny ist eine ziemliche zierliche Person.Sie ist 1,50 groß und dadurch ziemlich klein für ihr Alter. Sie hat blonde lange Haare die sie meißt zu zwei Zöpfen zusammengebunden hat die oben zwei kugelförmige Knoten ergeben. Dazu hat sie recht blaase Haut,blaue Augen,eine kleine Stupsnase und einen vollen Mund. Ihr Gesichtsausdruck sieht eigentlich immer sehr fröhlich aus und sie schafft es so schnell ihre Mitmenschen zu erheitern. Ihre Schuluniform ist blau und die Schleife rot.Dazu trägt sie weiße Socken und schwarze Schuhe. Dazu nimmt sie meißt eine braune Schultasche. Im Alltag trägt sie gerne romantische und verspielte Kleidung. Meißt irgendwelche shcönen Oberteile mit einem tollen Rock kombiniert.In einer Hose sieht man sie nur recht selten. Dazu dann nich die ungewöhnlichsten Schuhe. Im Winter trägt sie oft noch eine quitsgrüne oder aber auch pinke Jacke die sie vor den argsten Wettereinflüßen schützen sollte. Als Sailor Kriegerin trägt sie eine Uniform die ein wenig einem Matrosenkleidchen ähnelt. Als Sailor Cosmos ist ihre Uniform sehr weiß gehalten bis auf der Rock der verschiedene Streifen auf sich trägt. Dazu trägt sie silberne Absatzschuhe und hat einen langen eleganten Stab. Leider kann sie jedoch nicht sehr lange dieser Macht stand halten und deswegen trägt sie als Eternal Sailor Moon noch ein altes kostüm. Dieses hat ein weißes Oberteil mit PuffelchenÄrmeln und einen gelb roten Rock.Dazu weiße lange Stiefel. Als Prinzessin Serenity trägt sie wiederum ein sehr romantisches langes weißes Kleid.Vorne auf der Brust sind so gelbe Kreise die dem kleid ein wenig Farbe verleihen ansonsten hat sie hier auch puffelchen Ärmel. Das Kleid geht bis auf den Boden und wirkt dadurch sehr elegant. Verwandlungszauber: Macht des Cosmos! Macht auf! Zaubersprüche Mächte des Cosmos.. Erhöret mein Flehen. Vernichtet das Böse, der Dämon soll gehen Charaktereigenschaften allgemein: Sie ist ein herzensguter Mensch.Bunny gehört zu der Sorte Menschen die keiner Fliege etwas zu leide tun könnte. Sie versucht immer für ihre Freund da zu sein und zu helfen wo sie nur kann.Manchmal vergisst sie sich selbst auch dabei und steht nur noch mit voller Power hinter ihrem Ziel. Da sie in der Vergangenheit shcon viel durchgemacht ist sie aber auch je älter sie wird reifer geworden. Insgesamt kommt aber auch noch dazu dass sie ziemlich schusselig sein kann womit sie andere immerwieder zum lachen bringt.Dazu ist sie auch noch manchmal etwas schwer von begriff,wenn andere schon längst wissen worum es geht ist Bunny erst noch überlegen was es denn sein könnte. Sie ist manchmal etwas begriffstutzig. Hinzu kommt dass Bunny einen Freund hat.Mamoru heißt er und dies ist die perfekte Beziehung die man sich so vorstellen kann. Sie ist ihrem Partner treu und liebt diesen über alles.Sie würde ihr Leben für Mamoru aber auch für ihre Freunde einsetzten weil diese einfach das wichtigste für sie sind. -herzensgüte -sieht süß aus - kann gut auf Menschen einreden - ihre Freunde -als Sailor Moon besonders starke Kräfte - ihre Liebe zu Mamoru - tollpatschig - begriffsstutzig - Zahnärzte - Süßigkeiten - ihre Liebe zu Mamoru - Süßigkeiten - Freunde - Mamoru - Comics - Hausaufgaben - Zahnärzte - Bösewichte - kämpfen - allein sein - Gewalt - Verletzungen Zweitcharaktere: Michiru Kaioh und Hikari Atome
  • Sailor Moon is the title of a Japanese media franchise created by Naoko Takeuchi, initially published as a manga series and then adapted into a series of anime versions. The story of the various metaseries revolves around the reincarnated defenders of a kingdom that once spanned the solar system. The major characters—the Sailor Senshi (literally "Sailor Soldiers", but frequently translated as "Sailor Scouts") are teenaged girls who can transform themselves into superpowered heroines named for the moon and planets—for example, Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars. (The use of the word "Sailor" in their code names comes from a style of girls' school uniform popular in Japan, the sērā fuku or "sailor outfit", after which the Senshi's uniforms are modelled.) The elements of fantasy in the series are heavily symbolic and often based on mythology. Adapted from the Wikipedia article on Sailor Moon.
  • “By the power of the moon, I will punish you!” Yes this the phrase that we all know about from when we were little. Sailor moon is about a young 14 year old girl named Serena (Usagi in Japan). She is a typical teenage girl who is a brat and very clumsy. However, that all changes when she meets a talking cat named Luna and from there her true destiny is discovered. Luna tells Serena that she is destined to be a powerful warrior named Sailor Moon who fights evil that threatens the world and galaxy. Serena and the other destined Sailor Scouts fight against evil forces that try to control earth and the galaxy. As the story grows, Serena and her friends find out more about their pasts and their destinies. Serena and her friends will go through emotional battles together, as they fight powerful forces, meet new Sailor Scouts who are a mystery, and find out more about their past and ultimately find out what their future will be.
  • Sailor Moon (japanisch 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn) ist ein Anime und Manga.
  • Sailor Moon or Usagi Tsukino (月野 うさぎ Tsukino Usagi) is the Pink Godess of the planet Manga and a member of the Mangods, after the planet exploded, she and her fellow Gods went to the planet Earth sand be reincarnated as fictional characters, she went to the year 1991 to Naoko Takeuchi. her civilian host is Chiko Naoko.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Sailor Moon/preload editintro=Sailor Moon/editintro width=25 Sailor Moon is the title of an anime created by Ron Clements, John Musker, Jim Henson and Naoko Takeuchi. Fred Patten credits Takeuchi with popularizing the concept of a sentai (team) of magical girls, and Paul Gravett credits the series with "revitalizing" the magical girl genre itself. The story of the various metaseries revolves around the reincarnated defenders of a kingdom that once spanned the solar system, and around the evil forces that they battle. The major characters—(called Sailor Scouts in many Western versions)—are teenage girls who can transform into heroines named for the moon and planets (Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, etc). The use of "Sailor" comes from a style of girls' school uniform popular in Japan, the Japanese school uniform (sailor outfit), after which the Scout's uniforms are modeled. The elements of fantasy in the series are heavily symbolic and often based on mythology.
  • Wikia has a wiki about all Sailor Moon Characters! Please visit at :sailormooncharacters.wikia.com
  • There are five seasons of Sailor Moon, each of which features a new group of nutjob villains who suck at their jobs. As the show progresses, it gets more plot-driven and complex, but still manages to deliver the odd pantyshot on a steady basis. At the end of the series, Usagi marries the love of her life, Tuxedo Mask, and passes on her job to three shemales called the Sailor Starlights. Through Sailor Moon, creator Naoko Takeuchi brought many important Japanese cultural themes and motivations to American audiences, including schoolgirls, overlong transformation sequences, consumption of toast, and enormous fire-spouting monsters destroying Tokyo. Thus, it is no surprise that the series was a worldwide hit, especially with young girls, young boys who were just hitting puberty, and ephebophiles.
  • Sailor Moon is an Anime produced by Toei Animation, which is was based on the original manga of Naoko Takeuchi from 1992 to 1997. In Foxxy vs. the Board of Education, Usagi Tsukino, the protagonist from Sailor Moon, was depicted as one of the asian students at S.A.T Tests, in the extended DVD version, she can be clearly seen from the front, wearing Groucho glasses, she is named "Rachel Horenstein" identifying her as a Jewish-Asian Student, whereas in the original series, her religion was Christianity.
  • An agent of love and justice, Sailor Moon has not been active in the multiverse for long. Although her account was registered on 27th of January, 2009, the user that plays her has only recently begun to RP as her. This is the first time a user has played Sailor Moon. This account is currently frozen
  • is the title of a Japanese media franchise created by Naoko Takeuchi. It is generally credited with popularizing the concept of a sentai (team) of magical girls, as well as the general re-emergence of the magical girl genre itself. The story of the various metaseries revolves around the reincarnated defenders of a kingdom that once spanned the solar system, and the evil forces that they battle. The major characters—called Sailor Senshi (literally "Sailor Soldiers"; frequently called "Sailor Scouts" in the North American version)—are teenage girls who can transform into heroines named for the moon and planets (Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, etc). The use of "Sailor" comes from a style of girls' school uniform popular in Japan, the sērā fuku (sailor outfit), after which the Senshi's uniforms are modeled. The elements of fantasy in the series are heavily symbolic and often based on mythology.
  • (After the opening, we open on a scientist (Malcolm Ray) writing on a whiteboard while thunder and lightning crash.) Nostalgia Critic: (quickly) Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to. (The doctor giggles) Right now, I'm in the laboratory of Dr. Hack, the master of formulas. Not scientific formulas, not mathematical formulas, but television formulas. (Dr. Hack laughs) Any TV show that has a formula that's been repeated over and over and over, he's the guy that came up with it. Watch this. (He turns to the doctor) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Dr. Hack: Bland teens fight Putty Patrol, then monster, then giant monster in giant robot. (as he says this, his assistant (Rachel Tietz) holds up a drawing of teenagers + monster = Power Rangers) NC: Home Improvement. Hack: Toolman screws up, neighbor gives advice, Toolman gets advice wrong, but Toolman's forgiven anyway. (Tim Allen + Neighbor = Tool Time) NC: Scooby-Doo. Hack: It's always the person in the opening you forgot about. (Cop + Vampire = Scooby saying "Got Ra!") NC: (To the audience) Inspector Gadget, Captain Planet, Everyone Loves Raymond. Hack: Everybody actually hates Raymond. He should've divorced that bitch and her family long ago. (Raymond going "Nyeeeah") NC: If it's a formula that's gotten more and more popular through its repetition, he's the guy that thought of it. And right now, I've hired him to think of an idea so that I can lazily repeat it over and over and make money beyond my wildest dreams! Hack: Eureka! Eureka! Assistant: What? Hack: Oh, there you are, Eureka. Get ready to jot down my latest formula. NC: You got it? Hack: Yes, and it's going to make us millions. NC: Well, that's wonderful. Let's hear it! Hack: 14-year old girl acts stupid, uses magical powers to look slutty and stupid, (NC's smile starts to fade) talking cat tells her how to fight crime because she's so stupid, surrounds herself with smarter girls that make her look even more stupid-- NC: That's Sailor Moon. Hack: What? NC: The formula you're describing, it's Sailor Moon. Hack: (He looks at the whiteboard, then back to NC) Do they have a villain that keeps attacking the same town? NC: Yes... Hack: Do they have a tedious romance with a magic boyfriend? NC: (getting more annoyed) Yes... Hack: Do they repeat the same animation? NC: Worse than Hanna-Barbera! Hack: And it was successful? NC: It's one of the most popular animes of all time! Hack: Hmm... Eureka? (Sailor + Moon = $) Oh, dear. Well, this is embarrassing. Um... Well, how about this one? Three obnoxiously perfect girls are raised by three obnoxiously perfect men in a house in San Francisco... and not one of them is gay! (NC leaves and heads to his desk) NC: Well, while we're on the subject, why was something as repetitive as Sailor Moon so successful? (Clips of the show play along with the theme song) NC: (vo) I remember when it first aired in America. It was an export from Japan, which I think was originally called "Magical Girl Squad Robo Dance Yes". (shows a poster of Sailor Moon with that title) Not quite as familiar with anime as Americans are today, a lot of people just saw it as "Speed Racer" with tits. What we didn't understand was that the audience for this was growing more and more rabid. And whether for its campiness or actual enjoyment of the story, it was becoming an underground hit, for kids (picture of a little girl dressed as Sailor Moon), teens (picture of people dressed up as Sailors Moon, Neptune, Mars, Pluto, and Mini-Moon, as well as Tuxedo Mask) and that creepy guy who fixes your computer (picture of a larger man with a beard dressed as Sailor Moon). NC: So, what is the secret formula, and why did it catch on with so many? Well, let's start at the very beginning. NC (vo): You'll quickly notice that, like many animes, the best parts of the show aren't in the action, the characters, the story, or the writing. It's in the goddamn opening theme song. Theme song: She will never turn her back on her friends/She is always there to defend NC (vo): Not only is the beat catchy as hell, but look at this animation. Look at the visuals. It's like a Van Gogh of anime kid openings. (noticing that the background in one scene is Starry Night) In fact, there's even a Van Gogh in it! Don't ask why, I don't care, it's freaking awesome! I'll allow it! Theme song: Sailor Venus! Sailor Mercury! Sailor Mars! Sailor Jupiter! NC (vo): I guess the only downside is the obvious American additions. Like this pointless Star Wars-style scroll. Yeah, because that's what girls watching this show are really into. Star Wars! They go so hand in hand, I'm surprised Lucas didn't release a more feminine version with Serena doing Darth Vader. (All of Vader's lines are replaced with Serena's lines) Serena: Did you hear? There's a new Sailor V video game out! I saw it on TV! Agent: Lord Vader, the battle station plans are not aboard this ship. Serena: Oh, yeah. Agent: And no transmissions were made. Serena: How can that be? My mom finds out, she'll ground me and cut my allowance! Agent: An escape pod was jettisoned during the fighting. No lifeforms were aboard. Serena: (sad) I can't believe this! Oh-ho! Ohhh! What am I gonna do-o-o-o? (suddenly happy) We can get ice cream! Agent: Yes, sir! NC (vo): See if you can spot where else the Americans made some changes. They're so subtle, I'll doubt you'll ever notice where they geniously slipped them in. (clips of the show play in the opening as various backgrounds flash) Yeah, unbelievably natural, if you were going less for action packed adventure and more for Saved By the Bell credits. (Saved By the Bell theme plays over the Sailor Moon opening) NC (vo): But you quickly discover, in many respects, that is what the show is going for. At first, it seems like it's gonna be a big, albeit audience-insultingly rushed space battle between cosmic planet...people...folk. Narrator: A thousand years ago, our moon was home to a great civilization ruled by Queen Serenity. NC: Then everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked! (Clip of the Fire Nation Army is shown from the opening of Avatar: The Last Airbender) Narrator: Until the arrival of the evil Queen Beryl. Although her world was destroyed, Queen Serenity's last hope was the power of the Empyrean Silver Crystal and the Crescent Moon Wand. Queen Serenity: Only this crystal and wand can combat the power of the Negaforce! NC (vo): Yeah... Look, show, even if you pretend you have a story that matters beyond people who see a high-class meal as a flaming Hot Pocket, you still have to follow up all that supposed epicness with this. (Serena's alarm clock rings, waking her up) Serena: AAH! Oh, no, I'm late for school again! NC (vo): Yeah, I bet you thought this was going to be a big space opera with action, drama, and exotic locations. But nope! It's just your common English-speaking town that has everything in Japanese for some reason. Serena's mom: Serena! Serena: I gotta go! Serena's mom: Aren't you forgetting something, dear? NC: Oh, yeah! Your nose! (Cartoon nose is superimposed on Serena's nose-lacking face) Everyone's forgetting those around here. NC (vo): This is Serena, a ditsy clod who has no idea she is one of the reincarnations of the Sailor Scouts. She's just your everyday gigantic-eye blond Japanese girl who constantly keeps flunking her exams. Molly: Aw, chill out, Serena. It's just one lousy test. It's not like it's the end of the world or something. NC: (as Serena) You don't understand! I'm Japanese! To me, failure is everything! Serena: You don't get it, Molly. If my mom finds out I flunked that test, I won't get to play the new Sailor V game! NC (vo): Being pretty as sin and dumb as cheese, she of course is very popular in school, obtaining all sorts of friends. Like an over-the-top accent with a human attached to it... Molly: (gasp) That's weird! Very weird! NC (vo): ...and the awkward years of Dr. Insano's puberty. Melvin: You're going shopping? What's more important than your grades? (voice switches to Dr. Insano) Science, of course! NC (vo): When not hanging out with these frightening adolescent creations, she spends most of her time solving her problems by intelligently ignoring them and finding more ways to spend her mother's money. Melvin: I heard about your test. Want me to be your tutor? Molly: She doesn't need a tutor; she needs a trip to the mall to get her mind off it. Serena: I could use some new pink barrettes for my hair. NC: (as Serena) Education just gives you wrinkles! NC (vo): She also seems to get in fights with an attractive boy named Darien. Darien: What was that you were saying about someone totally cool? But we can be sure it isn't you. Shouldn't you be going home and doing your homework, Meatball-Head? NC: Hey, that is clearly an insult to meatballs. Darien: Ha-ha! Serena: Well, how's this for inspiration?! YOU'RE A CREEP, DARIEN!! YOU DON'T KNOW A THING ABOUT BEING COOL!!! NC (vo): (sarcastic) Wow, they really seem like polar opposites and hate each other to the core. They hook up? (red caption appears on-screen reading "NO FUCKING SHIT!") NC: Uh-huh. And how tediously long do they drag that out? (red caption reads "WORSE THAN" alongside an image of Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly from The Office) Oh, Jesus! Just mail me the comedic banter to my office shredder! NC (vo): By the way, here's a confusing scene. We see her walk by a poster of a young girl dressed exactly how she is dressed. Like it's from a movie or a show or something. Serena: I wish I could be like Sailor V. She's so beautiful and smart. Something exciting's always happening in her life, not like mine. NC (vo): So...what? A movie or a TV industry got wind of this idea that coincidentally is exactly the same as what's going on right now? NC: Does that mean that something like Transformers is a true story then? Because to be fair, my car has been giving me dirty looks. (headlights on the NC's car turn into "Transformer" eyes, prompting the NC to look away) NC (vo): Things seem to change -- that is, the formula is set in motion -- when a magic cat named Luna arrives and tells her that she is the reincarnation of one of the guardians. Luna: You are Sailor Moon, and you must fight evil when it confronts you! Just repeat after me: Moon prism power! Serena: MOON PRISM POWER!!! NC (vo): And of course, this gives way to the famous transformation scene. The tiara, the boots, the nail polish...later covered by gloves so that was pointless, and of course, the miniskirt. The mini-mini-mini-mini-MINI-mini-mini-mini-miniskirt. Yup, the costume choice that in no way enables her to fight better but sure does force her to squat a lot. NC: Okay, so take out the fact that it's obviously in no way battle armor. NC (vo): Take out the fact that it's obviously fanservice. Take out the fact that, just like He-Man, somehow removing more clothes bizarrely disguises them -- though to be fair (picture of He-Man and Battle Cat alongside picture of Sailor Moon) with both these outfits, is the face really the first thing you're gonna be looking at? Take all that away and just tell yourself: this obviously sexualized transformation that takes up a solid minute in each episode...happens to a 14-year-old girl. Yeah. Forgot that for a second, didn't ya? The girls in this show are and always have been 14 years old. 14 years old. (images of various underage girls appear on screen) 14 years old! 14-- (distracted by panty shot of Sailor Mars) DAMN! Uh, y-years old. NC: Now, before any of you find this incredibly creepy, let me make one thing perfectly clear. The age of consent in many parts of Japan is in fact 13 years old. ...NOW you may find it incredibly creepy. NC (vo): And yes, there's a lot of fine print to that law that evens it out a bit, but there's just as much fine print that evens it back into kinky territory again. (picture of a group of Japanese teenagers) For example, sex between 13- to 17-year-olds can only be done with other 13- to 17-year-olds. Homer Simpson: That's good. NC (vo): (picture of scantily dressed Japanese girl) However, that's only sex. Groping, handjobs, blowjobs, and whatever else your perverted imagination can come up with is all perfectly legal. Homer Simpson: That's bad. NC (vo): However, they have cracked down on human trafficking, forced prostitution, and other illegal acts endangering people in that age range. Homer Simpson: That's good. NC (vo): But that doesn't stop people from creating kinky establishments like the Sexual Harassment Corporation where you pay to molest girls in school and business sets, and is totally 100% legal. Homer Simpson: Can I go now? NC (vo): So, um... Yeah, I guess when you come down to it, it is just cultural differences. I mean, sexual urges in young people does start well before 18. My personal problem is, like media in most cultures, it doesn't try to help younger people understand sexuality, (images of Bratz dolls, Britney Spears, and Megan Fox) but rather exploits it. Rather than educate young people about sex, it's honestly just easier if we can make money off of it. NC: But of course, all this talk about Sailor Moon being a sexy 14-year-old pinup is all building up to one important question: Given this information, why did I still put her in the Top 11 Hottest Animated Women list? I DIDN'T KNOW!!! I SWEAR I DIDN'T KNOW!! I mean, look at the way they're drawn, man! I thought they were in college or at the very least late high school! Wouldn't you have made that guess?! Come on, look at the way they're showing them off! I swear, officer-- I mean audience! I had no idea their real age! I mean, you might be saying to yourself, "Oh, what, didn't you grow up watching the show? Didn't you pay attention to it at all?" ...NO! No, I didn't! I mean, I watched it, but I didn't really listen to it! I too was 14 at a time! And...maybe I viewed it for...different reasons. (Flashback to 1995 (Yeah, I knew when he first watched it in the 90's.), with a young NC with grunge hair and bad acne) Young NC: (holding bundle of papers) Stupid homework. (hears Sailor Moon theme song playing on nearby TV) Sailor Moon: (on TV) I am Sailor Moon, the champion of justice, and on behalf of the moon, I will punish you! Young NC: Oh, my God, this is awful. (turns TV off) Deep Voice: Turn that back on. Young NC: (looks around) Who said that? Deep Voice: I did. Young NC: (looks down) (shot of Young NC's crotch) ...Penis? NC's Penis: (smooth) Yeah. Young NC: You can talk? NC's Penis: All penises talk around this age. It's the greatest secret no woman knows about but wouldn't be the least bit shocked to discover. Young NC: Well, despite what a terrifying discovery this is, I'm still not gonna watch this show. NC's Penis: It doesn't matter what you think. From now on, I'll be calling all the shots. You're gonna see everything in a whole new light. Young NC: What are you talking about? NC's Penis: Look at that show again. (TV shows portions of transformation sequence) Looks damn good now, doesn't it? Young NC: (enthralled) Wow... There's more to this show than I thought... NC's Penis: (smooth) Aw, yeah. Young NC: No! I'm a mentally capable male! I won't let my penis call all my decisions for me! (turns TV off, hears gun being cocked, and looks down) (Shot of a gun pointed up from Young NC's crotch) NC's Penis: Turn that back on, or I'll shoot where the sun always shines. Young NC: ...No, I won't? (Sound of a gunshot, and the flashback ends) NC: Excuse me. I have some memories I need to repress. (NC walks off-screen as the video cuts to a commercial) (Return from commercial opens on the NC returning to his chair, drunk and holding a bottle of alcohol) NC: (slurring and drunk) Well, I think I've properly erased those memories. NC's Penis: They'll be back. NC: Quiet, or I'll write another groin shot joke. NC (vo): So, Serena-- (clears throat) So Serena seems shocked that she can now suddenly transform... Serena: This dream is getting weirder and weirder! I'll never study that hard again! NC (vo): ...Though weirdly enough doesn't look the least bit shocked while she's transforming. In fact, I bet she'll keep this exact same calm state every single time she changes, and every villain she's fighting will quietly wait for her to finish before actually attacking. NC: It's the Japanese way. NC (vo): Speaking of which, there actually is a villain in this series, known as Queen Beryl (NC mispronounces Beryl's name as "Barrel"). Yes, because no name is more terrifying than a wooden container that can bring me alcohol. NC: Actually, you sure she's not the hero? NC (vo): She uses her evil minion named Jadeite (pronounced "Jedite")... NC: (shows a poster of Star Wars: Return of the Jedite) Ehh, too obvious. NC (vo): ...to get energy out of the people of Earth, all to serve the evil realm of the Negaverse. NC: Or, as Luna likes to put it, (dramatically) THE NEGAVERSE!! (Various clips of Luna saying "the Negaverse" overdramatically) NC (vo): How does Jadeite plan to do this? By creating various monsters targeting people's lust for jewelry, pop singers, fitness, and pretty much anything exploiting the empty shallowness of all mankind. So naturally, Serena is never far behind, often falling for the majority of his evil plans. Jadeite: (voiced over by the NC) Please get in this evil device which is in no way an evil device. Joke's on you, it was an evil device. NC (vo): But once Luna reminds Serena to use her brain, she goes through her pedo-licious transformation and is ready to kick ass. Serena: (crying) I WANT TO GO HOME!! NC: Or...cowers in the corner like a fucking scaredy-cat. Serena: (various clips spliced together) I don't want to do this anymore! I can't, I'm too scared! Get me out of here now! (crying and shrieking) NC (vo): In fact, THE FUCKING SCARDY-CAT IS BRAVER THAN HER!! Luna: (various clips spliced together) You must fight this evil monster, or the whole universe could cease to exist! It's time to become Sailor Moon! Let's go! You have to stand and fight! Be brave! (Clip of Sailor Moon running away from thugs) Theme song: Never running from a real fight NC (vo): (stammers) THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT SHE'S DOING!!! SHE'S RUNNING FROM A REAL FIGHT!!!! NC: Come on, you idiot! Don't pussy out! Pussy up! ...I think it can also be used that way. Yeah! NC (vo): Well, it'll probably surprise no one that Sailor Moon actually does very little physical fighting in this show, which is no big shock. If she even raises her knee a centimeter to kick, she exposes her goodies to the world. NC: Which, in many parts of Japan, of course is no big problem anyway. NC (vo): Most of the fight scenes require her being trapped or stuck in something for probably longer than is needed. But hey, anything to save on that action-packed, detailed animation (looped clip of Sailor Moon throwing her energized tiara) that we're just going to repeat anyway! In fact, the one you'll see most often next to the transformation sequence is her using a magic tiara which turns her enemies to dust. Or, in this case, the guy doing the magic act next door comes to save her, THEN allowing her to throw her goddamn tiara. Tuxedo Mask: You must believe in yourself, Sailor Moon! Sailor Moon: Tuxedo Mask! Thank you! Tuxedo Mask: Don't mention it. NC (vo): This is Tuxedo Mask, and yes, it is painfully obvious who it really is. But please don't tell Serena. She's not very bright! Tuxedo Mask: Others will test you. Do not be afraid. Sailor Moon: What a hunky guy. NC: (as Sailor Moon) He's so dreamy. And not at all like the other guy who I hate so much. Thank God they have nothing in common and are two completely different people. (looks off-screen) Oh, hi, Clark. Get any new pictures of Superman lately? NC (vo): The magic tiara isn't her only enchanted device though. She also has a pen that can change her into anything. Wait, WHAT?! Luna: It's a very powerful transforming tool. It turns you into whatever you want. NC: Well then, what the fuck is she using that tiara for!? I mean, they didn't give any limitations or anything. They said she can change into fucking anything she wants! Why doesn't she just turn around and be like... Serena: (voiced over by the NC) Take on the form of Godzilla! (Clip of Godzilla roaring and smashing Negaverse minions under its foot) NC: Series over! Six seasons spared! NC (vo): But nope. She uses it just to don disguises...which really aren't necessary, seeing how all you have to do is throw on a bathing suit and a napkin over your crotch, and apparently no one will recognize you. And besides, we know she's gonna leave the real fighting to the other Sailor Scouts. Oh, yeah. I should probably talk about them. The other reincarnations of the Scouts are found over time, usually in the exact same city and often even the exact same school. NC: So maybe Jadeite should try his evil plans in another part of town. I mean, it's not like the Power Rangers that can beam anywhere. All this show does is glorify how lazy Serena is. NC: (as one of Serena's friends) Serena! A monster is attacking Tokyo! NC: (as Serena) How far away is that? NC: (as one of Serena's friends) About ten miles. NC: (as Serena) Eh, it's just Tokyo. Luna: (voiced over by the NC) But you should-- (gets smacked away by NC) NC (vo): These other Sailors are Sailor Mars, who uses fire; Sailor Jupiter, who uses thunder; Sailor Venus, who uses energy beams; and Sailor Mercury, who uses FUCKING BUBBLES!!! Their personalities are about as on par as, oh, let's say... the Spice Girls. NC: No, no, that's too demeaning. Um, let's say Hanson. NC (vo): But to their credit, they are the ones who do most of the work. And they're eventually joined by another cat named Artemis. Artemis: Stop squabbling. NC (vo): And yes, even the other planets over time join the group as well. NC: Ooh, except Pluto. Um, you're not a planet anymore, so, um... Yeah. (shoots Sailor Pluto) NC (vo): And to answer your question, yes, every kid snickered like an idiot when they heard there really was a Sailor Uranus. Minion from "Despicable Me 2": "Bottom". (laughs with a second minion) NC (vo): Actually, things got kind of interesting with her character, seeing how Uranus and Neptune were cousins in the show, but not in the Japanese version. No, no, in the Japanese version, they were a couple. (Clip of Sailor Moon with the original Japanese audio) Rei: どこ!?カッコいい人は!(Where? Where is that cute guy? Where?) Rei: 女の人… (A girl...) Haruka: 僕が男だって言った覚えはないけど… (I don't recall ever saying that I was a guy...) NC (vo): That's right. Straight-up lesbians. NC's Penis: What was that? NC: Nothing! I said nothing! NC (vo): Yeah, kinda funny how we can sex up our 14-year-olds all we want, but the idea of them being attracted to something that don't have a penis apparently was too much for Americans back then. NC: So just to check: (picture of Bratz) Okay, (picture of Amara and Michelle) shaaaaame! (picture of mother holding daughter wearing conical bra) Okay, (picture of Amara and Michelle) shaaaaame! NC (vo): Come on, guys, maybe you could've worked it into your half-assed PSAs at the end. Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention. There's PSAs in this show, obviously slapped on at the end of each episode using the same animation they used before. Because Lord knows the show hasn't repeated enough animation already. Serena (vo): Starving yourself and exercising 'til you drop is not a smart way to lose weight. Like a car without gas, our bodies can't run without food. Luna (vo): Good, nutritional food. NC (vo): To say they're time fillers is an understatement. Half the time, they don't even bother to fill in the dead air they care so little about! Serena (vo): Daydreams are nice, especially the ones about...food. (giggles, sighs) Daydreams are cool alright. (Long pause, NC motions for voiceover to continue) Serena (vo): But just don't forget about the here and now. NC (vo): Yeah, if they wanted a more appropriate ending, they'd go with something like this. Serena (vo): (with different voiceover by Rachel) Hey, kids! A lot of times, we get angry letters from your parents because we know our show makes you dumber. So here's our last-minute table scraps to try and teach you something in the last few seconds we have. Um... Brush your teeth! (giggles) NC: Or, in the case of the lesbian duo, maybe they can do something like... Serena (vo): (with different voiceover by Rachel) Hey, kids! You got boys, and you got girls. Pick one! (giggles) NC: And guys, that's as far as I got. NC (vo): I know there's more characters and more villains, but I specifically wanted to address the repeated formula that got Sailor Moon popular in the U.S. and why on Earth it actually worked. NC: And that formula, as I can figure out, is as such. NC (vo): Serena acts like a selfish idiot; supportive friends pick up her slack; Beryl rubs crystal ball like a boob and sends Jadeite out to create monster and/or device to obtain energy, using a marketing tool targeted toward vain suburbanites; one of the Scouts discovers the plan or falls for it herself; transformation takes place via reused, sexually-confusing animation; Scout or Scouts are trapped; prat in the hat seems to get them out and do nothing else; Serena never figures out who he is, uses her magic tiara that she should've used earlier instead of reusing more dialogue footage, destroys villain, and goes back to being an idiot again. NC: So, yeah, just to double-check again: WHY DOES THIS WORK?! NC (vo): Perhaps like a lot of other formulas, it knew what to keep familiar and what to keep changing up. It knew it was going to have a villain, but it changed up what kind of villain. It knew it had to involve an interest or product that girls wanted to be involved with, so it had a different one each episode. There was always peril that the girls had to get out of so that you'd feel great by the end when they finally do, keeping the formula exactly the same but changing up just the right elements that needed to be changed. NC: So do I enjoy the show? Fuck no! Does it have an ingenious formula? Fuck yes! Is it bad for kids? Fuck...not really. NC (vo): While the Serena character is an annoying airhead, I will give her credit that she does at the very least have a character. It's not one that I like, but at the same time it would've been easy just to make her a pretty face with no personality. But she clearly does have a personality and goes to big extremes. And they do make her look strange and bizarre just as much as they do at making her look pretty half the time. And though, yeah, she can be self-centered, she's never really mean per se. And I guess, from what I understand, the character does get smarter as the show goes on. Or at the very least braver. As for sexing up a 14-year-old... (sighs) I think it's weird, but I guess there's always just gonna be cultural differences. And in all honesty, (picture of Honey Boo Boo wearing conical bra) we've went out much worse. Unlike a lot of pop stars and teen magazines where the artificiality is all that's there, this at least allows girls the fantasy of being the hero and actually doing something, even if it is mixed in with that artificiality as well. But I don't know if Serena's dummy reaction to it all always shows it in such a good light. But the moments where she fights back and saves the day is always shown in a good light. So have fun with your little show. Just keep it as far away as you can from me... Theme song: She is the one... Sailor Moon! NC: I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I reme-- (phone rings, NC answers) Hello? Eureka: Mr. Critic, uh, Dr. Hack thinks he may have, like, finished that formula or whatever? (door opens, Eureka turns to see NC enter) NC: Lead on. Hack: Alright, Critic, I know I messed up with the Sailor Moon formula, but I've come up with a formula that's even better. NC: Even better? You mean, like, more successful than Sailor Moon? Hack: Three times more successful! NC: Really?! Hack: Yes! According to my calculations, this should be the most famous, most profitable formula the world has ever known! NC: Good God, Dr. Hack, what is it?! What is it?!? Hack: Okay, okay. Three online performers -- two male, one female -- remake movies with the help of a German cameraman and Irish immigrant! (Long pause before NC takes off his hat and starts beating Dr. Hack with it, and the end credits roll) (Channel Awesome logo) Luna: The Negaverse!
  • Sailor Moon is a long-running anime series based on the popular manga series Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon that ran in Japan from 1992 to 1997. Sailor Moon was adapted into English by DiC Entertainment and premiered in North America in 1995 on FOX, WB, and UPN. However the series was a failure and was cancelled after 65 episodes. However in Canada the series was so popular that the final 17 episodes of the second season Sailor Moon R were dubbed and aired to much sucess. Sailor Moon ended airing on USA Network in 1996 and later was purchased by Turner Entertainment in 1998 and began airing on the action-themed Cartoon Network block Toonami daily. The series became a ratings sucess and the the final 17 episodes were exclusively hosted on Toonami as "The Lost Episodes". Cloverway Inc, later licensed the 3rd and 4th seasons and they premiered on Toonami throughout 2000. The fifth season however was never licensed or dubbed likely due to its content. In 2000, the series was removed from Toonami to make room for new series but still reran on Cartoon Network. In 2001, Cartoon Network dropped the series and the rights expired in 2002 despite the fact that the series was still very popular. This was due to the fact the DiC/Cloverway failed to renew the license for the anime and because of the disputes between Toei Animation and Naoko Takeuchi over the meddling of her anime series, as a result of this Sailor Moon would never air on U.S. Television again.
  • She was the first Senshi to be awakened by the moon cat Luna and the second Senshi to be awakened. She is the only Senshi that appears in every chapter of the manga.
  • Sailor Moon ist die Hauptfigur der Sailor Moon Serie. Sie ist die Reinkarnation der Mondprinzessin Serenity und die zukünftige Königin Serenity. Ihre zivile Identität ist Bunny Tsukino.
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