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Sex & Nudity

  • -In the Japanese version, there are some moments (mostly in dialogue) of mild adult humor that are solely made to be funny but might confuse younger children; most of these have been cut in the English version.
  • -In the Japanese version, there are two pairs of romantic couples that are the same sex; in the English version, however, these have been changed by either changing the gender of one of the characters or changing the relationship between the two. (ex: Amara and Michelle being cousins)
  • -In both versions, during their transformations into Senshi(Scouts), the protagonists are briefly shown naked but are covered by a glowing aura as they transform. No graphic nudity is shown at any point in the show.
  • -In both versions, Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask are shown to be in a relationship throughout the entire series. They occasionally kiss each other on screen.

Violence & Gore

  • -In both versions, there is mild violence throughout the entire series. Very limited blood is shown.
  • -When monsters die, they sometimes turn into ash. Non-graphic.
  • -Every episode has a fight scene, usually at the second half, in which the Senshi(Scouts) encounter an enemy.
  • -In the English version some parts of these fights are cut/edited, particularly in scenes which the Senshi(Scouts) become harmed by the villian.
  • -Various villians die throughout the series, although hardly any of these deaths are excessively violent.
  • -On occasion, particularly at the end of a season, the Senshi(Scouts) are sometimes shown to be bruised and having cuts on their skin and clothing due to their battles, but there is nothing graphic shown.


  • -There are no profanities in the English verison. In the Japanese there is mild and infrequent cursing, such as 'damn' or 'hell'

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • -There is none in the English version. However, in the Japanese version, the main character is shown to accidently drink alcohol twice and is only made to be humorous.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • -Some of the monsters and fights might frighten younger children.


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Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • -Usually at the end of the season, the action can become very tense mainly because in every season the enemy is very close to achieving their goals of destruction. In the Japanese version, some of the Senshi(Scouts) actually die as the story approaches the climax but are revived at the conclusion. In the English version, these moments are instead changed to the Scouts "being captured by the Negaforce"
  • -In some moments (such as a death of a Senshi(Scout) or any other important protagonist), particularly the Japanese version, the events are very sad and might make younger children upset.

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