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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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This final season of Sailor Moon is a great improvement compared to the previous season, SuperS. The first part of this series continues with the Nehelenia storyline (though I really think I have seen enough of this story), but this arc is essential for the second part and provides a good transition between the SuperS season and the introduction of the evil god-like Sailor Senshi of the galaxy, Galaxia.
Many fans of the Outer Senshi would be glad to hear that Uranus, Neptune, Pluto and even Saturn make their appearances, and this time, they help the Inner Senshi and Sailor Moon in their battles.
The latter half of the season introduces the new Sailor Senshi: the Sailor Starlights. In search for their Princess to help revitalize their planet, the Starlights are disguised as "teen idols" and attempt to contact their Princess through a variety of songs. Ultimately, Seiya, the leader of the group, "Three Lights," develops a crush on Usagi, which complicates matters between Sailor Moon, the Senshi and the Sailor Starlights.
Also, a mysterious young girl arrives arrives in Usagi's home and assumes the identity of Chibi Chibi. But who is she exactly? With Chibiusa and Diana gone back to the future, and the departure of Mamoru who's studying abroad in America, Usagi must remain strong for her biggest battle yet.
This season has absolutely improved in comparision of SuperS in terms of storyline, artwork, and maturity (at times. Some of the main topics, however, are especially repetitive and used in previous seasons: the arrival of new Sailor Senshi and whether Sailor Moon can trust them, the search for true Star Seeds is similar to previous years when enemies searched for Talismans, or the Golden dream mirror.
I suggest that everyone who hasn't seen this series should start watching the first episode of Sailor Stars, and not the final episode (as most people did). If you really want to understand what's going on, start from the beginning, and you'll see the connection between Galaxia and her reasons for reviving Nehelenia.
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