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Pioneer Sailor Moon Movie Covers

Japanese Sailormoon R Movie LD Cover Pioneer Sailor Moon R Movie DVD Cover Pioneer Sailor Moon R Movie VHS Dub Cover
Sailor Team Princess Serenity Pioneer Sailor Moon R Movie VHS Sub Cover

The original Japanese Sailormoon R Movie LD cover (picture #1) features Sailormoon with the ginzuishou in the foreground. In the background towards the top are the side profiles of Tuxedo Kamen and Fioret. Below them, the Sailor Team and Chibi-usa are in various poses.

The Pioneer Sailor Moon R Movie DVD cover and the Sailor Moon R Movie dubbed VHS, Promise of the Rose, feature Princess Serenity looking backwards over her shoulder. I don't know where this picture is from; it looks different from most of the Sailormoon R season and movie artwork, so my guess is that Pioneer had it created for the dubbed VHS and DVD. Does anyone know for certain?

The Pioneer Sailor Moon R Movie subtitled VHS cover (the last image above) is a combination of two separate images. In the picture, the Sailor Team in the background and Princess Serenity is in the foreground. The picture of the four Sailor Senshi comes from the introduction to the movie (picture #4). The image of Princess Serenity (picture #5) comes from an important scene in the movie.


Japanese Sailormoon S Movie LD Cover Japanese Sailormoon S TV LD#1 Cover Pioneer Sailor Moon S Movie Dub VHS
Pioneer Sailor Moon S Movie DVD Cover Sailormoon S OP #3 Pioneer Sailor Moon S Movie VHS Sub Cover

The first picture is of the Japanese Sailormoon S Movie LD cover. It features a large picture of SuperSailormoon's head with SuperSailormoon posed above a crowd of characters. In the center are human Luna, Kakeru with Himeko, and the cats. On the left side are the three Outer Senshi and Chibimoon; on the right is the Sailor Team. The LD cover is actually based on a picture Naoko-san drew for the Lover of Princess Kaguya manga. The only major differences are the poses of Neptune and Chibimoon, and the lack of Snow Kaguya in the LD image (as she is replaced by Sailormoon's body on the LD cover). (Note: For those of you who don't know, Diana in the manga appears in the Black Moon arc. In the anime, Diana doesn't appear until the SuperS TV series.)

The third and fourth images are Pioneer's Sailor Moon S Movie DVD and dubbed VHS cover. Both have Super Sailor Moon on the front. This picture is actually based on the second image above, which is the Japanese Sailormoon S TV Series LD #1 cover. The Pioneer image was touched up so that Sailormoon became Super Sailor Moon. Notice that Super Sailor Moon has pins in her hair, different earrings, a different brooch, and the different shoulder pads. However, the face and the hair are nearly identical, as well as most of the shading.

The final picture is Pioneer's Sailor Moon S Movie subtitled VHS. It has the Sailor Team, Chibimoon, and Tuxedo Kamen. This image is the last scene in the third Sailormoon S TV Series opening. The original image (picture #4) is cropped so that the Outer Senshi (Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto) are not on the cover. They originally appeared to the right of Tuxedo Kamen and the senshi.


Japanese Sailormoon SuperS Movie LD Cover Japanese Sailormoon SuperS Trading Card Pioneer Sailor Moon SuperS Movie DVD Cover
Pioneer Sailor Moon SuperS Movie Dub VHS Sailormoon SuperS TV OP #2 Pioneer Sailor Moon SuperS Movie VHS Sub Cover

The first picture is the Japanese Sailormoon SuperS Movie LD cover. As you can see, SuperSailormoon and SuperSailorchibimoon are full-bodied in the foreground. On either side of Chibimoon's legs are the Outer Senshi to the left and the Sailor Team to the right. I'd like to think that they're screaming, "Help me! I'm stuck behind Chibimoon's arse!" but that would be immature. Anyway, further up in the background is Chibimoon's current squeeze, Peruru, surrouned by Bon Bon Babies. Mmm. Candy.

The third and fourth pictures are Pioneer's Sailor Moon SuperS Movie DVD and dubbed VHS covers. The image, the same on both, yet again has Super Sailor Moon on it, only this time she's surrounded by different shades of sunny yellow and white map stencil outlines. This picture is modeled after the second image above, which is a Japanese trading card of part of the SuperS TV Series opening. There are subtle differences between these pictures; subtle partially because the trading card picture is so small and blurry. Anyway, if you study the heads, you can tell that they're a bit different- the ears, the neck, the smile, and the eyes. More obvious are the hair and the front bow.

The final picture is Pioneer's Sailor Moon SuperS Movie subtitled VHS cover. The cover has the Sailor Team and Chibimoon on it. The original image comes from the end of the opening of the SuperS TV Series, and cut out of it is Tuxedo Kamen. He was to the left of the senshi, and the red from the inside of his cape was behind Mercury and Chibimoon. The cape was edited out of course. Poor Tuxey.


Sailor Team Pioneer Sailor Moon Dream Collection (The Movies) Box Cover

The second picture above is the cover of Pioneer's box set for the Sailor Moon movies. The image is based on the first image from the beginning of the Sailor Moon R movie. The Dream Set, Pioneer's name for the box set, is actually pretty boring and ugly IMO.

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