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Sailor Moon FAN

I am Recently watching Sailormoon series again.. haha..I borrow from my friends..It was so nice to watch, kaka..Don't care ah...Can say since when I am i standard 1 or 2?Tv have been shown this animation out..But that time is seem like I can't chase and watch lo~Until now I only start and watch one series by one series..As you all know
The plot spans five major story arcs, each of them represented in both the manga and anime, usually under different names:the Dark Kingdom arc (Sailor Moon)the Black Moon arc (Sailor Moon R)the Death Buster arc (Sailor Moon S)the Dead Moon arc (Sailor Moon Supers)the Stars arc (Sailor Stars)
Yupee..But My friends didn't buy the Sailor Moon superS series~These are the plots of da story..
Sailor Moon

The protagonist of Sailor Moon, Usagi Tsukino, an ordinary ditzy middle-school girl - or so she herself thinks, at least - discovers a talking cat named Luna, who reveals Usagi's identity as "Sailor Moon" a special warrior whose destiny it is to save the planet Earth, and later the entire galaxy. Supposedly, Usagi is the reincarnation of the Moon Princess. Now, Usagi must protect Earth from a series of bad guys, beginning with a Dark Kingdom that had appeared once before, long ago, and destroyed the kingdom of the moon. Usagi's dormant powers are then awakened (under Luna's guidance) to defend the Earth against the coming onslaught.
The characters in Sailor Moon reincarnate members of the court of the
kingdom of the moon, and the people dedicated to protecting it. When the kingdom was attacked by the dark nemisis', the Queen sent the Moon Princess, her guardians and advisors, and her true love, into the future to be reborn. As Usagi and Luna battle evil and search for the Moon Princess, they meet the other Sailor Senshi, incarnations of the Moon Princess' protectors, and the mysterious Tuxedo Mask.
As the series progresses, Usagi and her friends learn more and more about the enemies they face and the
evil force that directs them. The characters' pasts are mysterious and hidden even to them, and much of the early series is devoted to discovering their true identities and pasts. Luna, who teaches and guides the Sailor Senshi, doesn't know everything about their histories either, and the Senshi eventually learn that Usagi is the real Moon Princess. The Moon Princess' mother had her reborn as a Sailor Senshi to protect her. Gradually she discovers the truth about her own past life, her destined true love, and the possibilities for the future of the Solar System.





Sailor Moon R





They start a new life again in this series..But somehow Sailor Moon just can't fight alone..So She have no choice But to wake the other Sailor Soldier..And that time the Tuxedo Mask Turn To the Knight Dessert..
Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask future daughter, Chibiusa come to this century..Just because to save her future mother which are trap in the moon crystal..
However Chibiusa seem to control by the dark moon clan and turn their Queen..

This article lists the episodes of the Sailor Moon anime series, covering Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon R (美少女戦士セーラームーンR, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Āru?), the second season of the series. TV Asahi, Toei Agency and Toei Animation co-produced, and Junichi Sato and Kunihiko Ikuhara directed. The series originally aired on TV Asahi between March 6, 1993 and March 12, 1994. According to the "Memorial Song Box" booklet[citation needed], one can expand the letter "R" into either "Return" or "Romance".
Production for this season took place concurrently with that of the second story-arc (Black Moon)[1] of the manga by Naoko Takeuchi, closely following the story of the manga. Sailor Moon was originally intended[by whom?] to run only one season, but the first became so popular that Toei asked Takeuchi to keep drawing her manga. At first, she struggled with developing another storyline to extend the series. The premise she settled on, introducing the daughter of Sailor Moon from the future, came from her editor, Fumio Osano.Because the production of both manga and anime occurred at the same time, Sailor Moon R begins with a 13-episode sub-arc that does not appear in the manga, created to give Takeuchi time to catch up. This story features the Sailor Senshi regaining their memories and encountering the Makaiju aliens: it has become known as the Makaiju arc (or "Doom Tree" in the English-language dub). The main story arc explores the future of all the Senshi in a utopic city called Crystal Tokyo, ruled over by Neo-Queen Serenity and King Endymion. New characters introduced include Chibiusa, Sailor Pluto, and in the manga, Diana. The primary villains are the Black Moon Clan, led by Prince Demand.
The English-language dub, produced by DiC, included an educational segment called "Sailor Says", at the end of each episode — in order to teach a moral based on the story shown. In its first airing, the English Sailor Moon series consisted of just 65 episodes, of which 40 were taken from the first season. The 12 completed episodes of the Chibiusa/Black Moon arc were shown first, then the 13 Makaiju episodes from the start of the season. The remaining 17 episodes of the Black Moon arc were not released for another three years, billed by Cartoon Network as "the lost episodes." One episode from the season, involving Chibiusa's friendship with a dinosaur, was omitted from the dub and is not included the subtitled DVD releases.
In the 1994 "favorite episode" polls for Animage, "Protect Chibiusa! Clash of the 10 Warriors" came in eighth place. The following year, "The Final Battle Between Light and Darkness! Love Sworn to the Future" came in seventh place.The arc used "Moonlight Densetsu" as its opening theme music, with a closing theme of "Otome no Policy" ("Maiden's Policy"), performed by Yoko Ishida.
The subtitled DVD set bears the name "Sailor Moon - Season Two" rather than "Sailor Moon R".
Sailor Moon S


This is the first they truly meet Haruka, That they thought he is a guy...But he Is a She..and was the Sailor for outer space, Sailor Uranus..But somehow They both are fighting against Sailor Senshi because of the pure heart..That will lead to the Talisma..That will save the world From the great Silent of Messiah..


Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune finally know that the Talisman is in their body..and when they sacrifice theirself for giving up their Talisaman..Sailor Pluto appear and save them..And the revive again..And the Holy Grail appear and Sailor Moon upgrade her change..

Chibiusa is coming back from the future..to make new friends that will be good for her future~And when she meet Hotaru a girl who is sick and get weak easily..But still they make good friends together~
Without knowing that she is the Sailor Saturn the universe of ruin..And is been control by the Pharoah 90 enter the body of her father..And uses her as the Silent of Messiah to bring forth the new revive of the Pharoah 90..

This is a list of episodes of the Sailor Moon anime series, covering Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S (美少女戦士セーラームーン S, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Sūpā?), the third season of the series. It was co-produced by TV Asahi, Toei Agency and Toei Animation and directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara, originally airing on TV Asahi between March 19, 1994 and February 25, 1995. The S stands for "Super," and is pronounced as such in the series' eyecatches.
This season was produced concurrently with the third story arc (Infinity) of the manga by Naoko Takeuchi, closely following the story of the manga. As with the two series before it, Sailor Moon S used "Moonlight Densetsu" as its opening song. For this series, the version by Moon Lips is used. The first two episodes use Sailor Moon R's ending theme, "Otome no Policy" (A Maiden's Policy). After this (from episode 92 on), the rest of the series uses "Tuxedo Mirage," performed by the five main voice actresses (Peach Hips).
Sailor Moon S is considered one of the darkest story lines in the series, partly due to the villains' ultimate goal of destroying, rather than conquering, all life in the world, as well as ethical themes of sacrifice. The arc is characterized by the appearance of three new Sailor Senshi: Sailors Uranus, Neptune, and Saturn. It also reintroduces the character of Sailor Pluto and gives her a civilian identity, Setsuna Meioh. In the anime, Chibiusa is seen for the first time in her capacity as Sailor Chibi Moon. The series antagonists are the Death Busters, led by mad scientist Professor Tomoe and the Witches 5.
This season was not dubbed into English until 2000, three years after the last episodes of the previous series. By this time, the license had gone to Cloverway Inc., who did not cut any episodes, although they did edit the ones they produced. The educational "Sailor Says" conclusions were not continued, and the dubbed episode numbers were adjusted by YTV (which first broadcast the show, in Canada) to match those of the original Japanese version.Because of this, episode numbers 83-89 are never used.
One of the controversies surrounding Sailor Moon S is in the relationship of Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune, who are subtly depicted as lovers, although this is never mentioned directly. Takeuchi has openly admitted they are a couple, and their voice actresses were instructed to play the characters "as if they are a married couple."However, because of differing cultural standards, in the dubbed version this subtext is removed, and instead they are stated to be cousins.
In the 1995 favorite episode polls for Animage, "Death of Uranus and Neptune!? Talismans Appear" came in first place, "The Bond of Destiny! The Distant Days of Uranus" came in eighth place, and "The Labyrinth of Water! Ami the Targeted" came in ninth place. The following year, "A Bright Shooting Star! Saturn, and the Messiah" came in fifteenth place.

Sailor Moon superS


Didn't acually watch it..But just know that a Pegasus come in the dream of chibiusa..Helios..And mostly is this season is more on Chibiusa story~And Diana~the small kitten..That is Artemis and Luna daughter~haha
The fourth season of Sailor Moon anime series titled Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon Supers (美少女戦士セーラームーン SuperS, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Sūpāzu?) was co-produced by TV Asahi, Toei Agency and Toei Animation and directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara. It originally aired on TV Asahi between March 4, 1995, and February 2, 1996. The "Supers" in the title is pronounced [súːpāzŭ] (as in more than one "super") in the series eyecatches[citation needed] and typeset "SuperS" in its logo.
This season was produced concurrently with the manga's fourth story arc, Dream, by Naoko Takeuchi. Because of the series popularity, Toei Animation started adapting Supers into an anime before it was finished. As a result, there are significant differences in the thematic tone between the two. Unlike the darker-themed manga, the anime is characterized by an increase in sugary cuteness and the absence of the four Outer Senshi, making it the least popular of the five seasons.
By the time Supers was released, the original audience of the first season had largely grown out of Sailor Moon franchise. The story's focus fell on Chibiusa since it was believed that the new, younger fans of Sailor Moon could more easily identify with her. However, Ikuhara's use of weighty subtexts and fairy tales were not appreciated by the audience. In this season, Chibiusa gains her own cat guardian, Diana; although in the manga, Diana had first appeared in the second story arc. Chibiusa is visited in her dreams by a being called Pegasus who seeks her help in escaping the Dead Moon Circus led by the evil Queen Nehellenia and Zirconia who are searching Earth for him and the Golden Crystal.
This season was dubbed, uncut, into English in 2000 though two characters had their genders swapped: Fisheye, an effeminate and openly gay transvestite, was changed into a female, while Zirconia, a monstrously hideous creature, was changed from a female into a male (even though she is supposed to be what Nehellenia would look like as a very old woman).

Sailor Moon Star

Sailor Moon and the Sailor Soldier get new powers by the awakening of Sailor Saturn..eternal Sailor Moon..


The 1st enemy~from the Sailor Moon superS revive and the seal is broke by a sound..And taking her revenge once again to Sailor Moon..And with the broken piece of mirror..Mamoru is being control by Nehelmia..Despite of the love between Mamoru Chan And usagi is broken..Chibiusa Chan will gonna dissappear if they didn't get together..


After they defeat Nehelmia..New Sailor Star appear..and Mamoru chan is study aboard..And one of the Sailor Star is fond in Usagi..And they go for a date!?

Chibi chibi?At first I thought this is Also Usagi and Mamoru Chan daughter wan~
But unfortunately is not..haha..
The following list of episodes of the Sailor Moon anime series covers Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars (美少女戦士セーラームーン セーラースターズ, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Sērā Sutāzu?), the fifth and final season of the series. Children's TV Asahi, Toei Agency and Toei Animation co-produced the episodes; Takuya Igarashi directed. The series originally aired on Children's TV Asahi between March 9, 1996 and February 8, 1997.
This season takes as its basis the fifth story-arc (Stars) of the manga by Naoko Takeuchi. Given the existing popularity of the series, Toei Animation started adapting Stars into an anime even before Takeuchi had finished the manga. The anime follows the same themes and depicts many of the same characters and events as the manga, but with fewer new characters and some significant divergences, especially towards the end.
Sailor Stars begins with six episodes that re-introduce the previous season's villain, Queen Nehellenia, as well as the four Outer Senshi, who meet her for the first time, after they were absented[by whom?] during the fourth season. These episodes originated as filler to allow Takeuchi time to begin her new story-arc; afterward the season follows the manga. Its plot branches out to introduce new characters and even new Sailor Senshi from other planets, including the Sailor Starlights, Princess Kakyuu, and Chibi Chibi. As in the manga, Chibiusa returns to her own time after the final battle with Nehellenia, and is not a participant in the events of this story arc. The primary villain is Sailor Galaxia, queen of an organization called Shadow Galactica, who seeks to rule the galaxy by collecting "true star seeds" (the equivalent of the manga's Sailor Crystals). Of the five story arcs, Sailor Stars is the only one featuring recurring villains of only one gender; all female, because they are all parody-Senshi. In the anime, it is also the only arc in which all the villains who die are killed by other villains.
Takeuchi expressed disappointment with some of the changes made in the adaptation from the manga, stating that many of things she had wanted to see included in the anime did not appear, including the Senshi's final uniforms and characters such as Sailors Kakyuu, Cosmos, Lethe, and Mnemosyne
. She also expressed surprise when she learned that the Sailor Starlights, whom she regarded as very minor characters, played leading roles in the anime.In particular, she was strongly displeased that the Starlights physically changed gender and became men while on Earth, feeling that it undermined her rule that only girls could be Senshi.
Broadcasts have also taken place in several non-Anglophone Western markets, including parts of Latin America and Europe. Tokyopop has translated the corresponding manga volumes into English. According to Anime Insider magazine, this season was never dubbed into English due to licensing issues in the U.S. as well as the content of the season itself.
Sailor Stars uses three pieces of theme music:

Sailor Star Song, written by Naoko Takeuchi and performed by Kae Hanazawa, plays as the series' opening theme.
Though Stars does not use
Moonlight Densetsu
for the series opening (as do all the other Sailor Moon series), the song is later used for the ending theme of the final episode.
The rest of the series uses the song Kaze Mo, Sora Mo, Kitto, performed by
Arisa Mizuki, for its endings.

2 comments:

  1. Hi i watched sailor moon as a kid and i loved it. i started to re-watch them online but i got to episode 167 which is sailor stars and i cant find any english dubbed episodes in the sailor stars. I was wondering if you know of any episodes pleaseeee

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  2. ^ know of any websites**** sorry

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