Naoko Takeuchi's (the one named) Sailor Moon has been battling evil for 20 years across manga, anime, live action television and even the stage, but unlike a lot of her magical girl contemporaries, the heroine's fashion doll/statue to action figure ratio is staggeringly imbalanced. As revealed at Japan's Tamashii Nation 2012 preview event, however, the tide is startin
Anime: Kodansha and creator Naoko Takeuchi have announced that a new anime adaptation of the Sailor Moon manga is in the works. Apparently it won't be a film, so it's possible a new series or some other anime project.
I think we can all agree that if there was a major flaw in this year's Avengers movie, it was that the characters were not Sailor Scouts. Fortunately, we live in an era where such grievous oversights can be corrected. In this case,
If you're a casual fan of Sailor Moon, then you probably already know about the live-action series that aired in Japan from 2003 to 2004. What you may not be aware of, however, is that before the anime made it to America, there were plans for another live-action series, produced in America as a... let's just be charitable and call it a "loose" adaptation.
The familiar sailor suits of the Sailor Senshi get a series of dramatic and fashionable reinterpretations by Abraham Cruz aka PandaRojo07 on DeviantArt. Check out his gallery for more (and bigger) Sailor Moon redesigns!
Music: Wavves frontman Nathan Williams is teaming with artist Nicholas Gazin for Negative Dad, a potentially 12-issue comic series about "...heshers, evil parents, cat people, juvenile delinquents with partially functioning mutant powers, aliens, dreams." It'll come wit
Kodansha USA announced last week the return of Sailor Moon to the American market in September. Created by Naoko Takeuchi, the manga has been out of print in the United States for six years. Sailor Moon will be remastered with new cover artwork and
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