The first portion of Sailor Moon Sailor Stars finishes off the "Sailor Moon Super S" series. The second deals with villain Sailor Galaxia, who wants to find powerful star seeds in people ... See full summary »
The Dead Moon Circus headed by Zirconia and consisting of Hawk's Eye, Tiger's Eye, Fish's Eye, CereCere, PallaPalla, JunJun, VesVes and Nephrenia, is searching for Helios, the guardian of ... See full summary »
The third series in the "Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon" trilogy. The Sailor senshi, "warriors," meets two other mysterious senshi, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune, both whom are searching ... See full summary »
An unusual snow storm hits the town and the Sailor Scouts discover that an evil snow queen Kaguya, wants to freeze the entire earth. It's up to the Inner Sailor Scouts along with the Outers... See full summary »
Fiore, an old friend from Mamoru's lonely childhood who couldn't survive on Earth, returns with flowers he promised Mamoru. But, the evil flower Kisenian overpowered Fiore's weak mind and ... See full summary »
Sakura and her friends have just finished the fourth grade, and are enjoying a well-deserved break from both school and cardcaptoring. While shopping at a local store, Sakura is fortunate ... See full summary »
Sakura stumbled upon the book of Clow Cards in a library. Accidentally setting the magical cards loose, it's now up to Sakura to catch them all with her best friend Tomoyo, and Kerberos, the guardian of the cards.
A short movie based on the "Sailor Moon" TV series and movies about Ami rivaling with a boy she hasn't met nicknamed "Mercurius" who consistently ties with her for perfect scores on exams. ... See full summary »
Whiney 14-year-old Tsukino Usagi has forgotten about her past as a Moon Princess, and Sailor Moon in this sequel series to "Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon." But the dubious super-heroine is ... See full summary »
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The first portion of Sailor Moon Sailor Stars finishes off the "Sailor Moon Super S" series. The second deals with villain Sailor Galaxia, who wants to find powerful star seeds in people which will enable her to reign chaos over the entire galaxy. To find them, she sends out the Anima Mates Iron Mouse, Aluminum Siren, Lead Crow and Tin Nyanko. Meanwhile, the Sailor Senshi meet three teenagers who are musical idols. Unbeknowst to them, these teenagers are actually the Sailor Stars, warriors in search of the Princess of their planet which was destroyed. This is the final series in the "Sailor Moon" trilogy. Written by
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The success of this Sailor Moon series saved it from declining ratings and near cancellation during the Sailor Moon SuperS airings. See more »
[last line of the series]
Usagi Tsukino - Eternal Sailor Moon:
I'm Usagi Tsukino, 16 years old, in the first year of high school. I'm a bit rash and a crybaby; but, I'm actually the agent for love and justice, Sailor Moon.
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This season is hands down my favourite of all the Sailor Moon seasons. It had so much working for it. The return of the Outer Senshi, the return to Naoko's manga stories, the character development, and the exploration of Senshi mythology, even the reduced episode count.
You'll find alot complain about the absense of Mamoru in this season, but IMO it worked out really well. Mamoru IMO hasn't contributed to the storyline of Sailor Moon since the R season, reduced to just showing up for a couple minutes to save the day in S and SS. Now, he's off studying in America, and Usagi's left lonely in Tokyo and finds a possible new love interest Seiya(who's really a woman). It was probably my favourite aspect of this season, the sexual tension between Usagi and Seiya: is she attracted to him/her, what does that mean about herself, what about her love for Mamoru, what about their future as king and queen of Neo Tokyo. Great stuff.
The villain, ahhh the villain. Not since Queen Beryl has there realy been a villain as menacing and as fleshed out as Sailor Galaxia. Not that Mistress9 was bland or anything, but she doesn't have a season long presence like those two villains did. It's too bad the producers didn't explore their villains to the extent Galaxia was explored. They gave us a very 3 dimensional villain here, which is something they never did with Beryl, Death Phantom, Tomoe or Zirconia. They also gave Nehelenia more layers and depth here in those first 6 episodes of Stars than they ever did in SuperS.
This whole season just stands out from all previous Sailor Moon incarnations. Why? They writers really got their acts together and gave us a strongly rooted storyline. In the previous 3 seasons we got storylines with alot of filler episodes (SuperS was almost entierly filler!). But not here, and even when we did have a filler episode, they explored the characters and relationships in a way that it almost wasn't a filler episode. The smaller episode count also helped keep this series focused. When you think about it - this season explored the whole Sailor Wars, Starlights and Galaxia story in only 28 episodes (the first 6 episodes revisited the SS villain Nehelenia after she's released by Galaxia and those episodes were some of the best of SM ever). And really, when you think about how past seasons took from 38-46 episodes to tell their stories, Stars getting it done in 28 forced writers to stay focused on the story to get everything they wanted to tell told.
And the final battle - WOW!
Go hunt this season down. Download it, get VHS fansubs, or beg Pioneer or ADV to release it subbed on DVD.
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