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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.

When on any page of this site, you can visit other areas of the SSP by using the various navigation systems. The left sidebar will take you to the general areas within the site, as will the blue bar at the very top of the page. On certain webpages, there will be a mini-top bar that links pages related to the current webpage. For example, Usagi's anime character page has related links to her manga profile, sound clips, and seiyuu information. It should be pretty simple, but if you're ever in doubt, just hit the back button on your browser or visit the Site Map.

Please enjoy your stay. If you like this website, please feel free to link to it or bookmark it. Thank you, and please visit again!


Updates & News

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

April 28, 2013: As reported by Anime News Network, the new Sailor Moon anime has been delayed for an undetermined period of time. The new anime reboot was originally planned to begin this summer. "Fumio Osano, the Sailor Moon manga's Kodansha editor who is known by his nickname 'Osabu,' confirmed in response to a question on his Twitter account that the new Sailor Moon anime has been delayed. ... When asked if the anime would broadcast in winter 2014, he responded, 'Not 2014. Perhaps.'"

July 7, 2012: Thoughts of a Doink posted some clarifications regarding misconceptions about the new Sailor Moon anime: no director has been announced, the theme song has not been announced, Mitsuishi Kotono's blog post about the Dark Kingdom not being the enemy was metaphorical, and the anime has not been stated to be for only adults. Sailor Moon Stuff also posted some clarifications: no animation studio has been announced, no seiyuu have been confirmed, and the series is not confirmed to be based on the manga.

July 6, 2012: Updated: There is currently no confirmation that Mitsuishi Kotono and Furuya Tohru will be returning to voice Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Kamen in the new Sailor Moon anime series. The two attended the 20th anniversary event, which was aired live on Nico Nico Douga, but no official casting announcement was made. Anime News Network states that the anime staff wants a simultaneous worldwide release of the new series.

According to Famitsu, as translated by Sailor Moon Stuff, beginning in October 2012, the manga will be re-released in 10 volumes as "collectors' editions" in Japan, and the original anime will have some new DVDs as well, though the DVDs may be selected episodes. Additionally, select merchandise will be re-released in Japan. Sailor Moon Stuff has more translations from the 20th anniversary celebration event, including information on how the Sailor Moon manga and anime started, Mitsuishi's and Furuya's initial experiences, and other tidbits.

July 6, 2012: During the 20th anniversary Sailor Moon celebration event today, Kodansha and Takeuchi Naoko announced that a new Sailor Moon anime will begin in summer 2013. There is no word yet what the new anime series will cover or whether the original seiyuu will be returning. However, the anime series is confirmed not to be a movie series. The theme song (or one of the theme songs) will be sung by idol group Momoiro Clover Z. Source: Anime News Network

October 15, 2011: This news was too cute not to share. Video game developer Level-5, known for the Professor Layton and Inazuma Eleven series, is developing a Japanese hostess simulation/RPG game for the 3DS called Girls RPG. The game is, of course, targeted toward girls, and your goal is apparently to become the top hostess. Girls RPG features cameos of several well-known anime/manga characters, who appear as clients in the hostess club. These include Lupin and Fujiko from Lupin III, Joe from Ashita no Joe, Chiaki from Nodame Cantabile, and now Tuxedo Kamen (Tuxedo Mask) from Sailor Moon. The game is still under development, to be released in 2012 in Japan. Source: Andriasang.com

October 14, 2011: Kodansha USA's republication of the Sailor Moon manga is doing extremely well. Kodansha USA announced that the first volume, released on September 13, 2011, sold out of all 50,000 copies in just four weeks. As such, Kodansha is ordering a second-print run for another 50,000 copies of the first volume. Sailor Moon #1 has been number one on The New York Times manga bestseller list for three weeks in a row. Sources: Anime News Network and Kodansha USA's press release


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