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14-year-old crybaby Tsukino Usagi is always late, irresponsible, is boy-crazy, never serious and gluttonous. She's chosen by the talking guardian cat Luna as the leader Sailor Senshi, Sailor Moon. As Sailor Moon, Usagi must fight the evil of Queen Beryl and the Dark Kingdom and locate/protect the Moon Princess. She's joined by Ami, Rei, Makoto and Minako, the other four (more serious) Sailor Senshi. The senshi is occasionally rescued by the mysterious Tuxedo Kamen. Written by
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In the series, the male Shitennou Zoisite and Kunzite are portrayed as lovers. In Sailor Moon (1995), Zoisite was made a woman to tone down the adult-themed relationship. No such relationship between the pair exists in the original manga. See more »
When Sailor Moon delivers her catchphrase, her arms move through her hair. See more »
"Hey last time I checked, this cartoon was for KIDS (at least the American version)" Acutally, that's *wrong*. The original version, is NOT for little kids. It contains blood, cursing, nudity, homosexuality, death, slapping, spanking, and violence. Chibi-Usa(Rini) was spanked, Usagi(Serena) was slapped, the Senshi(Scouts) were killed many times, Usagi was thrown around a lot, she was chocked, she died, Mamoru(Darien)was stabbed, Chibi-usa pulled a gun on Usagi, Zoicite was originally a man. DiC didn't want Zoicite and Kunzite(Malachite) to have a homosexual relationship, so they changed Zoicite to a he. At the end, they do do a little segment called Sailor Says, but that's only in the *dub* series, not the original Japanese series. DiC only put that in, because they cut out so much, that the show wasn't long enough. They cut out full episodes, changed the backgrounds to some characters, and DiC stereotyped them into valley girls. If you only watched the dub, then of course, I would see why you hate it. But look at the original. There is a good plot story. Yes, sometimes it is just repetitive with the Senshi killing the youma-of-the-day, it does have another plot line. And they're called Senshi, not Scouts. When I hear Scouts, I think of Girl Scouts selling cookies. A translation of Senshi is Warrior, or Soldier. It has good music, touching scenes, romance, action, adventure. If you don't think it's good, try watching ep. 45-46, to see how much DiC really did butcher it up.
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