Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Series
Usagi Tsukino is a klutzy teen who loves to eat and sleep, and hates
school - all in all, a normal girl. Her life completely changes one day, when she rescues a cat from some bullies: the
cat later introduces herself as Luna and gives Usagi a brooch that allows her to
transform into the superheroine Sailor Moon and fight off the awakened forces of evil. Although clumsy at first, Usagi
gradually learns to fight and meets valuable allies, as well as formidable foes, all while learning about her mission
Sequel to Codename: Sailor V, which focuses on Minako Aino's time as Sailor V before the events of BSSM.
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I always enjoy watching Stars. There is a tension and even frustration on my part because not all of the characters have all of the important information, while the viewer does. And my utter hatred for Seiya... well that makes things interesting as well.
The humor is pretty much the same as it has been through the entire series. Usagi-sama is somewhat oblivious most of the time, and that can make for some pretty amusing scenes. (like that Blake/break scene...) And the tension that I won't shut up about even takes a few comic turns (people who hate each other + small spaces = fun for me). The villains are hilarious as well. (err... most of them...) I personally love the humor, but maybe it's something you have to be in the right mood for because I know not everyone does.
Though I have watched 3/4 of the series, I still want to give Sailormoon the title as "The Mother of Magical Girls Anime". Sailormoon is another wonderful anime.I love the thought of making girls as strong heroines because it somehow empower gender equality. I love how the characters are so distinct from one another and that their attitudes were made trademarks for them.I love the comedy but sometimes it does not know where to place itself, I can't give a perfect 10.Usagi's a total scatter-brain and sometimes it really annoys me though I still consider Sailormoon as one of my most loved anime.Anyways, Sailor Jupiter is my favorite senshi, she's strong, she's beautiful, she's sexy and tall, good in cooking and has cool lightning and thunder power ^_^
My rating actually goes to the most recent version of Sailor Moon Crystal.
The art style and story was close to the original manga version, and it gives you a nostalgic feeling when watching.
However, there are many cases in the episodes where the drawings are simply horrible! (I've heard because it was low on budget)
That is why I cannot give a rating of 10.
Well it was my first real Anime ^^
Honestly I must say I would watch it again - when it will be played on the TV!
Also now watching the new SailorMoon2014 and I have to say it's even better then the old one! Artwork is more pretty and it's not taking so long after another Senshi is coming!
This is actually for SM Crystal, Which apparently still isn't a category around here, dunno why though.
I have some serious issues with some of the mostly unnecessary plot changes from the manga and the original anime (which I obviously love immensely) and the animation Is SUPER inconsistent, but it still has it's moments. So far is far from the magical manga and the nostalgic first anime take.
The ultimate shoujo series. Essays can be written about this, so I'll keep it short: the manga is more serious than the anime and surprisingly sad. The anime, while more popular, suffers heavily from its episodic, monster-of-the-week nature. The characters are well fleshed out, though, and quite relatable.
I grew up with Sailor Moon and her scouts. Its one of the best childhood shows I watched. I sadly don't know much to say other then that if you like magical girls, this is a good one to watch.
There is currently a re-boot going on called Sailor Moon Crystal and is fantastic!
What killed my enjoyment of the series overall is the constant monster of the week plots that it had and the Super S season as it was centered on that terrible Chibi Usa. It used to be a favorite series of mine when I first saw it many years ago, but now my opinion has changed. In the long run and as a whole, Sailor Moon turned out to be disappointing. My favorite senshi include; Mars (Rei), Venus (Minako), Mercury (Ami), Saturn (Hotaru), and Neptune (Michiru). I was looking forward to the new anime, but not anymore because it doesn't seem worth it with only Kotono Mitsuishi reprising her role and the other main roles being re-cast which I find truly sad. I don't like the decision of not having Aya Hisakawa, Michie Tomizawa, Rica Fukami, Keiko Han, and Toru Furuya reprising their respective roles.
The Anime that started it all for me. This Anime is the one series that got me into Anime and searching for Anime I never heard of since from my Youth to now.
I love this so much that I own all the ADV DVDs. Those versions have both Subbed and dubbed.
Sailor Stars was never released to the US so I got some sort of bootlegged version of Sailor Stars. At the time, I didn't even know anything about the term "bootleg". Damn ebay.
I heard the Anime had its differences from the Manga. It completely drifted off the Manga course when it came to the Final Anime Season: Sailor Stars. I think I need to find the Manga...but news of a New Sailor Moon Anime have me pumped. I must be patient.
Watch this subbed. Nothing won't be cut and differentiate from the original script.
Pantyshots here are rare. You have to pay attention if it is your thing.
I am quite bias when it comes to the Sailor Moon series. Since, this is what got me into Anime in the first place. Though I had never seen 'everything' since I was watching it on the TV. Like many of us did.
But since I have seen it all I must say it was good. I'd of loved it if the voice actresses/actors would of remained somewhat the same but as far as the story line and all. I think it was worth watching it all. The plot progressed nicely and a bit more in depth then I though it was going to. Yet, I wonder how I'd feel about it if the Stars were translated to English.
So, in the end. It could of been really bad and I'd of still loved these series. So, I am quite bias but give it a shot. Its at least worth a look!
Have more for nostalgia's sake than anything else, but have seen every episode, movie, and special. Missing the fifth series due to lack of US release, and do not own any of the movies. I have no real drive to complete the collection at the moment, but may if something pops up at a good price.
The very first seen anime, not so long ago read the manga, and... Was impressed by the difference. Naoko-sensei's story was not that touching like anime-version because of her hurricane of scenario. Anime is a bit too lazy, but atmosphere and other ways of scenario made me love it stronger than original one. Great story, that made me love anime itself.)
Favorite childhood anime. Of course that it’s very repetitive and stereotyped, especially on the romance Serena/Darien and in the sailor scouts friendship, but it's still fantastic. It’s a very good lesson of determination, priorities, and I still remember those songs about the power of love.
I have always felt that this show was ment more for a girl, but it really wasn't that bad. I mean it was focused on more girlished themed stuff which I think is why I though so, but overall it was good. I hardly remember too much about it so I will have to watch it again.
This anime was the first one that I've ever seen (excluding the ones I had watched in early childhood not knowing that they were anime). I like it even now, 12 years after watching for the first time. ^^
I also grew up with this gang! Although the make-ups, the jewerly and the drama drived me crazy with fanatism back in the days... I must say that now I'm not comfortable with the general message of what a girl's supposed to be... :/ It's quite the reference for all otakus, yeah, but I can't support stereotyping.