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Welcome to The Sailor Senshi Page, a fan website dedicated to Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (美少女戦士セーラームーン) in all its incarnations: the original manga (comic) by Takeuchi Naoko; the Japanese anime by Toei Animation, including the TV series and three movies; the live action Pretty Guardian Sailormoon TV series; the Sailor Moon live action musicals (also known as "Seramyu"); and world dubs and translations of the anime and manga. You can find detailed information, reviews, movie files and sound clips, pictures and images, and plenty of other special features and articles on this website.

Sailor Moon is a magical girls series about Tsukino Usagi, a young, klutzy, crybaby girl, who is also very naive and pure-hearted. One day, on her way to junior high school, Usagi comes across several boys torturing a black cat and saves it. Later that day, she encounters the cat at her home. The black cat, who can talk, introduces herself as Luna. Luna says that Usagi is one of the soldiers she has been searching for; as a Sailor Soldier, Usagi's duty is to find the moon princess and to save the world from the Dark Kingdom. Usagi, so Luna explains, is Sailor Moon. Usagi doesn't take this news seriously at first, but she nevertheless cooperates and transforms into Sailor Moon, much to her shock. So begins her adventures as the pretty sailor-suited soldier. In her new role as protector of Earth, Sailor Moon finds allies in other Sailor Soldiers and in the mysterious Tuxedo Kamen (Tuxedo Mask), and she discovers secrets about her own true identity.

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Updates & News

June 5, 2014: A trailer for Sailor Moon Crystal has been released on Youtube:


May 16, 2014: Viz Media has licensed all 200 episodes, three movies, and specials of the original Sailor Moon anime. This includes the fifth season, SailorStars, which was never previously released in North America. Viz will digitally release the original anime series, uncensored and uncut with English subtitles, beginning this Monday, May 19, 2014 on Neon Alley and Hulu Plus. The first four episodes will be shown on May 19; after that, two episodes will be digitally released every Monday. Viz plans on debuting a brand-new English dub in late 2014 and will announce the cast at Anime Expo; the company tweeted that Takeuchi Naoko personally "blessed" the new dub cast. Physical DVD and Blu-ray releases for half-set seasons are planned to come out starting this fall. You can view Viz's Official Announcement Trailer on YouTube. Viz also licensed the new Sailor Moon Crystal anime but has not made any further announcements yet regarding that series. Source: Anime News Network and Anime News Network's interview with Viz

April 30, 2014: Toei Animation said that the Sailor Moon Crystal anime series will have 26 episodes. Source: Anime News Network

April 27, 2014: Sailor Moon Crystal, the new anime series, will begin streaming worldwide on NicoNico beginning July 5, 2014 at 7:00 PM (6:00 AM ET). New episodes will air the first and third Saturday of every month (so about every other week). The seiyuu (voice actresses) for the five original Sailor Senshi have been announced. Mitsuishi Kotono from the first anime series is reprising her role as Sailor Moon/Tsukino Usagi, while the remaining girls have new actresses: Kanemoto Hisako will voice Mercury/Mizuno Ami; Satou Rina will play Mars/Hino Rei; Koshimizu Ami is Jupiter/Kino Makoto; and Itou Shizuka will voice Venus/Aino Minako. Additionally, character designs for all five girls (both senshi form and everyday form) were added to the official Sailor Moon website. Source: Anime News Network

March 13, 2014: Toei Animation uploaded the first key image for the new Sailor Moon anime to its website. The new anime is titled Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal (Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal). The image lists the staff members for the series and contains an initial synopsis of the story. Additionally, the official Sailor Moon website will have a countdown starting tomorrow to reveal new, currently unknown, content for the anime series. Source: Anime News Network

February 27, 2014: According to Anime News Network, more key staff members of the new Sailor Moon anime have been announced:

The new Sailor Moon anime is recruiting Yukie Sako (chief animation director on Majestic Prince, Nyan Koi!) as the character designer and Yasuharu Takanashi (Naruto Shippuden, Fairy Tail, Precure franchise) as the composer. The art directors will be Takashi Kurahashi (Mononoke, Gatchaman Crowds, Hakaba Kitaro) and Yumi Hosaka (Mononoke, Gatchaman Crowds). King Records is producing the soundtrack.

Munehisa Sakai (One Piece, One Piece: Strong World, Suite Precure) is directing this new adaptation of Naoko Takeuchi's original manga at Toei Animation, the studio behind the first anime. Yuji Kobayashi (scripts on Saint Seiya Omega, Smile Precure!) is in charge of the series scripts, and Momoiro Clover Z is performing the theme song.

The new anime will begin streaming worldwide on the Niconico service in July. Producer Atsutoshi Umezawa (Precure franchise) said that it "is not remaking the previous anime, but adapting the original manga and starting from scratch again."

January 9, 2014: The new Sailor Moon anime is now scheduled to air in July of this year. It will stream worldwide on NicoNico and be subtitled in 10 languages. Additionally, it will not be a remake of the first anime series but will instead be a new adaptation of the original manga. The anime will be produced by Toei Animation, the director will be Sakai Munehisa (director of One Piece and Suite Precure), and the series script supervisor will be Kobayashi Yuuji (script writer for Saint Seiya Omega and Smile Precure!). Source: Anime News Network here and here

September 3, 2013: The Sailor Moon manga will receive a "Perfect Edition" ("Kanzenban") in Japan. This re-release of the original manga series will be printed as 12 volumes, will have brand-new cover art by Takeuchi Naoko, and will be sized A5 (larger than both prior editions of the manga). The perfect edition will be released monthly starting in the fall. Source: CrunchyRoll, which also pictures of the first two covers

June 3, 2013: The live action Sailor Moon musicals, often known as "Seramyu", are returning to Japan. A new musical is scheduled to run in Shibuya in September. The new cast personally auditioned in front of Takeuchi Naoko. The actress for Sailor Moon will be 17-year-old Okubo Satomi, and Tuxedo Kamen will be played by a woman, Yamato Yuga, who has performed in the all-female troupe Takarazuka. The story will be another rendition of the Dark Kingdom arc. The cast for Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus have also been announced. Sources: Anime News Network, Sailormoon Channel


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