Is there a Sailor Venus in the series Sailor Moon?
Yes, her name is Mina in the English version and Minako in Japanese. She used to be Sailor V (from Serena/Usagi's comic books) and somehow became Sailor Venus. She wears an orange and white sailor suit and has long blonde hair with a red ribbon in it.
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Sailor Moon is Usagi Tsukino in disguise. She is a young middle school / High school girl who wishes to live a normal life. When the series starts she's 14 years old and gains her magical brooch to transform from a talking cat named Luna, who is later revealed to know her in a past life. With her br…ooch she can transform into Sailor Moon. ( Full Answer )
SPOILER ALERT. In the first few episodes of the final season of Sailormoon, Queen Nehelenia, who the sailor senshi thought was sealed away, is released and tries to take her revenge on Sailormoon for imprisoning her by kidnapping Mamoru (Darien). It is during this fight with Nehelenia that Super Sai…lormoon receives her new transformation into Eternal Sailormoon. Sailormoon returns Nehelenia to her normal state as the child queen of the Black Moon and all seems well. In the next episode Mamoru leaves for America to do research at a university there. He does not show up again until the final episode, except to show that he did not arrive at the university because he was killed by Galaxia, the main villain, before the plane even landed. As Usagi (Serena) is saying bye to Mamoru, we meet the Three Lights, as popular singing group comprised of three high school boys: Seiya, Taiki, and Yaten. These three enroll in school with the inner senshi and end up being the female Sailor Starlights (Sailor Star Fighter, Sailor Star Maker, and Sailor Star Healer) that come to aid the inner senshi throughout the season. Seiya, Sailor Star Fighter, falls in love with Usagi. The main villain, Galaxia, is after all the true star seeds (little crystals that only sailor senshi have) in the galaxy so that she can rule the entire galaxy. In accomplishing this goal, she uses the senshi from other star systems whose star seeds she has already captured to go out and check for star seeds on earth. The minor villains underneath Galaxia are named Sailor Iron Mouse, Sailor Aluminum Siren, Sailor Lead Crow, and Sailor Tin Nyanko. Both the inner senshi and the outer senshi show up fairly often through out the duration of the season, but not as much as the Sailor Starlights. The Sailor Starlights and the outer senshi do not get along. Chibi Chibi, a mysterious little girl, also shows up in the last half of the season, along with the Starlight's princess, Princess Kakyuu, who dies during her second episode. **MAJOR SPOILERS.** In the many-episode-long final battle, all of the senshi end up confronting Galaxia at her throne in different groups. All of the inner senshi have their star seeds taken and die as Saiormoon watches, while Sailor Pluto and Sailor Saturn have their star seeds taken by a Neptune and Uranus that have decided to join Galaxia's side. Neptune and Uranus beat Sailormoon and the starlights up a bit before turning on Galaxia and trying to steal her star seed, only to find out that she doesn't have one. Neptune and Uranus die, and eventually the situation gets so desperate that the light of hope (Galaxia's star seed that she sent out into the galaxy before she was evil and that would allow her to be overcome in the case of her turning evil) is awakened in Chibi Chibi and she turns into a sword, which Sailormoon is supposed to use to kill Galaxia, but Galaxia cuts the sword in half because of Sailormoon's hesitation, so in the final episode, Sailormoon uses the Ginzuishou (Silver Crystal) to purge Galaxia of the evil that has taken her over. Galaxia is then charged with returning all of the star seeds she collected to their former homes. All of the senshi, as well as Mamoru, then come back to life and comfort Usagi after the final battle. The Starlights leave for their own planet with their princess, and the final episode ends with Usagi and Mamoru kissing in the moonlight, with peace achieved at last. ( Full Answer )
Sailor Venus is a Sailor Scout from the Anime show, Sailor Moon . She was known as the Goddess of Love, and is supposedly an awesome volleyball player.
No. Darien/Tuxedo Mask is the protector of earth. All of the scouts are princesses of their own planets - Princess Mars, Princess Mercury, etc...you learn about that in the fourth season. But Earth has a prince instead of a princess, and that's Darien. In season 4, you learn a lot more about Dar…ien's bond with the Earth and his role as protector. A lot of people have made up their own "Sailor Earth" because they think there should have been one. In FAKE stories and drawings of Sailor Earth, she usually wears blue/green. But believe me, these are FAKE. There is NO SAILOR EARTH. ( Full Answer )
No. In all the various incarnations of the Sailor Moon series (anime, manga, live-action, and musicals), Tuxedo Mask/Prince Endymion/Mamoru Chiba/Darien Shields is the former Prince of Earth. In the anime, Mamoru is revealed to possess a golden-colored Star Seed, one that marks him as the represent…ative of planet Earth. His is a "true" Star Seed, similar to the ones held by Sailor Senshi/Scouts, but at the same time, is different from theirs in color. Note that this crystal, despite being gold in color, is not the same as the "Golden Crystal" that the fourth season's villains are trying to obtain from the pegasus Helios. The musicals typically follow the events of the anime. In the manga, there are more details: his Star Seed is actually the Golden Crystal, and a Sailor Crystal, counterpart to Usagi/Serena's Silver Crystal. It is the Sailor Crystals that indicate a person as being a Sailor Senshi, although series creator Naoko Takeuchi has indicated that only females can be "true" Sailor Senshi, so Mamoru's crystal is actually what gives him abilities as Tuxedo Mask and Prince Endymion. He is roughly equivalent to what Earth would have if there was a "Sailor Earth," but for whatever reason, Earth did not receive a Sailor Crystal from the Galaxy Cauldron, and so the people of the Silver Millennium from the Moon were dictated to watch over it. The live-action series did not proceed past the first season, and so mention of how the Sailor Senshi got their powers (or where from) is never made. However, because the series uses many elements from the manga, it could be assumed that Mamoru possesses the Golden Crystal/a Sailor Crystal that power his abilities as Tuxedo Mask and Prince Endymion. ( Full Answer )
Yes and she's the tallest too. Sailor Uranus's ailas is Haruka or in English dub, Amara. She is seen in Episode 90 in Japanese and Episode 83 in English but her first appearance is in Episode 92 in Japanese and Epsiode 85 in English. She has short, light blonde hair, is tall and has dark blue eyes. …Her element is sky and her main color is navy blue but her bow is yellow however her primary attack (World Shaking) often throws fans off into thinking that her element is Earth. Sailor Jupiter aka Makoto/Lita is the tallest inner Sailor Senshi. ( Full Answer )
Try online...Ebay, Amazon, those types of places. I know that I just found some searching on Amazon. Just type Sailor Moon into the search box!
That depends on your definition of "Sailor Scout [Senshi]." This is because we see many Sailor Scouts in the Sailor Moon series, but there are more who are only mentioned in passing, those who appear only in the anime (such as those "Sailors" created from fake Sailor Crystals, the phages), those who… appear only in the manga (some of the Senshi mentioned as participants in the Sailor War, and some of Galaxia's own Anima-Mates), and those who only appear in the musicals. There are also "tribute" Senshi, people who dress up as the Sailor Senshi but don't actually have any powers or abilities. Below is a list, indicating whether they appear only in certain forms of canon (anime, manga, or musicals), and their original Japanese title in square brackets: Anime/Manga/Musicals . Sailor Moon . Sailor Mercury . Sailor Mars . Sailor Jupiter . Sailor Venus . Sailor Mini Moon [Sailor Chibi Moon] . Sailor Uranus . Sailor Neptune . Sailor Pluto . Sailor Saturn . Sailor Mini Mini [Sailor Chibi Chibi] . Sailor Star Maker . Sailor Star Healer . Sailor Star Fighter . Sailor Iron Mouse . Sailor Lead Crow . Sailor Aluminum Siren . Sailor Tin Nyanko . Sailor Galaxia . Sailor Chaos Anime only . Sailor Tamasaburou (a crossdressing victim of Eudial's in Season 3, episode 104) Manga only . Sailor Cosmos . Sailor Chuu . Sailor Coronis (Sailor Kronos in English version) . Sailor Mermaid . Sailor Mau . Sailor Cocoon . Sailor Kakyuu . Sailor Chi (pronounced "Kai") . Sailor Phi (pronounced "Fai") . Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon (pronounced "papiyon") . Sailor Lethe . Sailor Mnemosyne . Sailor Ceres . Sailor Vesta . Sailor Pallas . Sailor Juno . Sailor Channel (her name is a parody of the popular brand Chanel; not a true Sailor Senshi, but Naruru Osaka, a friend of Chibiusa's and little sister of Naru Osaka. She tried to help save a neighborhood pawnshop with her other friend, Ruruna Kobe and dressed up as a Sailor Senshi to do it, but she never used the name Sailor Channel in the side-story; this and "Sailor Guccici" are fanon names for Naruru and Ruruna) . Sailor Guccicci (her name is a parody of the popular brand Gucci; see the above note) . Parallel Inners (the daughters of the Inner Senshi: Mars, Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter, and fellow classmates of Usagi's second daughter and "Parallel Sailor Moon,"--though her Senshi form is not actually named in the story-- Kousagi; they originate from a special manga side-story not part of the original timeline included in the Sailor Moon artbook "Materials Collection") Musicals only . Sailor Pewter Fox . Sailor Titanium Kerokko ("Kerokko" is the Japanese onomatopeia sound that frogs make, like "ribbit" in English) . Sailor Theta . Sailor Buttress . Sailor Astarte Live-action series only . Sailor Luna . Dark Mercury (Often nicknamed "Darkury" by fans, or called "Dark Sailor Mercury") . Sailor A (exists only in Ami's imagination) . Sailor K (one of Usagi and Naru's classmates, who dressed up as a Sailor Senshi to try and foil robbers at Naru's mother's jewelry store, OSA-P) . Sailor M (see above note) . Sailor N (Naru, dressed up for the same reason noted above) . Sailor Rabbit (Usagi, dressed up for the same reason as noted above; this was before she became Sailor Moon) Video games only . Sin (equivalent to Sailor Moon; leader of the Oppositio Senshi from the Sailor Moon: Another Story RPG for the Super Famicom system) . Nergal (equivalent to Sailor Mars; member of the Oppositio Senshi) . Ishtar (equivalent to Sailor Venus; member of the Oppositio Senshi) . Marduk (equivalent to Sailor Jupiter; member of the Oppositio Senshi) . Nabu (equivalent to Sailor Mercury; member of the Oppositio Senshi) ( Full Answer )
There are five Sailor Moon series (or seasons): 1) Sailor Moon (sometimes called "Classic") 2) Sailor Moon R (two parts; for the first part, the "R" stood for "Returns," and in the second, it's said to stand for "Romance") 3) Sailor Moon S (where the "S" stands for "Super") 4) Sailor Moon …SuperS (where the second "S" most likely stands for "Senshi") 5) Sailor Moon Sailor Stars The last series/season was never dubbed or officially subtitled for release in English, but fansubs of the original Japanese do exist. ( Full Answer )
Very good question actually. There has already been 5 seasons and many hope for a 6th-- as do I but that's all up to Naoko Takeuchi the creator... She has all rights. Right now sailor moon is coming back globally but as for a new season.. it's possible.. Many Moonies have made trailers of a… new season but there is no offical word-- although it's in talks. As for a new Sailor moon SERIES all together-- maybe. Maybe they'll have it like sailor moon next generation and have it be like sailor mini moon focused... who knows. ( Full Answer )
Serena is Sailor Moon. Rini is Sailor Mini-Moon in season 3. Nina is Sailor Venus. Ami is Sailor Mercury. Ray is Sailor Mars. Lita is Sailor Jupiter. Michelle is Sailor Neptune. Amara is Sailor Uranus. Sorry, but I don't know their Chinese names, or Sailor Pluto and Saturn's name. …Anyways, hope this helped some! EDIT: for the English dub, the names above are correct as well as Trista being Sailor Pluto and Hotaru being Sailor Saturn. However, for the original Japanese names, they are: Tsukino Usagi - Sailor Moon Mizuno Ami - Sailor Mercury Hino Rei - Sailor Mars Aino Minako - Sailor Venus Tsukino Chibiusa - Sailor Chibi Moon Mi'oh Setsuna - Sailor Pluto Ten'oh Haruka - Sailor Uranus Kai'oh Michiru - Sailor Neptune Tomoe Hotaru - Sailor Saturn Kou Seiya - Sailor Star Fighter Kou Taiki - Sailor Star Maker Kou Yaten - Sailor Star Healer VesVes - Sailor Vesta PallaPalla - Sailor Pallas CereCere - Sailor Ceres JunJun - Sailor Juno Chibi Chibi - Sailor Chibi Chibi (Moon) SAILOR ANIMAMATES Sailor Iron Mouse Sailor Aluminium Siren Sailor lead crow Sailor Tin Nyanko OTHERS Sailor Cosmos Sailor Kakyuu Sailor Chaos Sailor Galaxia Sailor Mau Sailor Mermaid Sailor Cocoon PARALLEL MOON ONLY SAILORS Tsukino Kousagi - Sailor Parallel Moon Ami Jr - Sailor Parallel Mercury Lita - Sailor Parallel Jupiter Rei Jr - Sailor Parallel Mars Mina - Sailor Parallel Venus ( Full Answer )
Sailor Uranus is one in the manga but she is not one in the show. EDIT Yes! She and Neptune and lovers. In both the anime and the manga. However, in the American dub, they call them 'close cousins'. And as most people consider the American dub, like most dubs, to be worthless, we can disre…gard that. ( Full Answer )
Because the sun is a star, and not a planet. Only planets get Sailor soldiers. I guess your not really a fan of the show or the manga? Some of the enemies were Sailor Soldiers, not all of them were based on Planets, if that were true, Sailor Moon would not be a Sailor Soldier either based on your …answere, as the Moon is only a satelite of Earth... but that is besides the point... so thats why sailor sun is not real. ( Full Answer )
Ami/Amy aka Salior Merury was the smartest one out of all of them. I think there isnt't just one.
No there is not a sailor sun but you can use the idea for a fanfiction :D OK!
Yes there is a Sailor Saturn. Her name is Hotaru Tomoe. She only shows up in a couple episodes as Sailor Saturn but Hotaru was also possessed by Mistress 9 during the "Sailor Moon S" season. Sailor Saturn is also known as the Soldier of Destruction because she has the power to destroy worlds. In t…he anime, she does not have a cybernetic body and is an outcast because of her powers and seizures. Her mother is deceased. Her father does not die like in the manga, but lives after the end of Super. Hotaru's age fluctuates during the series; she is first introduced as a 13 year old, is reborn as an infant, quickly develops into a young child, then grows up to be a little older like somewhere around the age of 14 or 15. ^^ She is also Rini's best friend and Rini watches her after she is reborn. ( Full Answer )
Sailor Moon is always the princess and the scouts have to protecttheir princess but in the live action sailor venus acts like she isthe princess to distract the enemy
It's about a Japanese teenager named Usagi Tsukino who, after finding a black cat with a crescent moon on its forehead, learns that she is the soldier of love and justice, Sailor Moon. She finds the rest of her team, Sailor Senshi (warrior, warriors) Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus, and must defea…t many different evils that come her way. During the whole thing, she tries to win the heart of her past life love, Tuxedo Kamen (Mamoru Chiba), who only slightly remembers her and teases her constantly. Overall, it's an awesome anime to watch (or manga to read, if you'd rather) and I highly suggest it. :D ( Full Answer )
In episode 200 ("Usagi's Love! Moonlight Lights up the Whole Galaxy!"), Usagi has a voiceover in the last few moments that reveals her age after the events of the entire Sailor Moon series; it is similar to the introduction speech she used to give at the beginning of each episode in the first season…: "I'm Tsukino Usagi, sixteen years old and in the first year of high school. I'm a bit rash and a bit of a crybaby. But actually, I'm the fighter for love and justice, Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon." ( Full Answer )
Sailor Moon Sacrifice is a fanmade "serie" (with footages from Sailor Moon Classic to Stars) created by Kaosu Studios :)
Yes she does but she comes back to life with the rest of the Sailor Scouts.
Yeah it has but do you know about all the continuations and the live action series, if you watch all the series from the beginning you'll probz cry at the end like me lol. The plot spans five major story arcs , each of them represented in both the manga and anime, usually under different names:(wat…ch the seasons in this order check wiki 4 more info but beware of spoilers!) . the Dark Kingdom arc ( Sailor Moon ) . the Black Moon arc ( Sailor Moon R ) . the Death Buster arc ( Sailor Moon S ) . the Dead Moon arc ( Sailor Moon Supers ) . the Stars arc ( Sailor Stars ) The anime added an additional minor arc at the start of the second series, and spent the first few episodes of Sailor Stars wrapping up the plot from the previous series. and then the live action series in japanese. ENJOY!! There are also several fan projects and even some original animations surfacing on youtube continuing the series from the end of Stars. ( Full Answer )
Yes there is a Sailor Pluto on Sailor Moon. Her English Human name is Trista Meioh and her Japanese Human name is Setsuna Meioh even though in Japan it would be written as Meioh Setsuna. She has greenish hair, a staff and can bend time for just a little. She is in the Outer Sailor Scout team along w…ith Sailor Saturn, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune. She is the first Outer Scout to be seen, first shown in Season 3. She is very close friends with Sailor Mini Moon, Sailor Moon's daughter because Sailor Pluto help guide her through time from the 30th century to the 20th to find Sailor Moon, not knowing then that was her mother. ( Full Answer )
In the animated series, Sailor Moon has three distinct, separately-named forms: her original, which we see through Sailor Moon seasons 1-3, Super Sailor Moon, which we see in part of Season 3 and 4, and Eternal Sailor Moon, which we see in part of Season 4 and Season 5. In the manga, a possible fou…rth form, separate from the "Sailor Moon" lineage, is Sailor Cosmos. Her origins are intentionally vague, even when series creator Takeuchi was asked about it in interviews; Chibiusa's Senshi Team from the future, the former Amazon Quartet, see Sailor Chibi-Chibi transform into this Sailor Cosmos, and ask if she is "the future Sailor Moon." Cosmos refers to herself as "the me from this time," and occasionally will use the third-person (Usagi, Eternal Sailor Moon)--not as one would if she were referring merely to her past self (me, the other me, my younger self, etc). Furthermore, Cosmos doesn't undergo any harmful effects (such as the duplication paradox Sailor Moon and Neo Queen Serenity were warned of in their near-meeting toward the end of the Black Moon arc in the manga), which implies Cosmos, while she may be related to Usagi, Sailor Moon, or Serenity in some way, is not actually the same physical body that Usagi is. It is worth noting that in the anime, Chibi-Chibi has an entirely different origin, although a shadowy form that resembles Sailor Cosmos was shown in the last episode. This form, however, is explicitly stated to be the ultimate form of Galaxia's Star Seed, the "Light of Hope," not Sailor Cosmos, whom Takeuchi said at Comic-Con 1998 that she was disappointed didn't appear in the anime. ( Full Answer )
Sailor Venus, mercury, mars, Jupiter, moon, Pluto, neptune, uranus, Saturn and the sailor star lights! There was 3 of them. Right?
It is implied that there is a guardian for every single major celestial body in the universe. The number of Senshi is the same as this number, which is unknown by any human. But in the show, they have the 10 main, and 4 more shown in the last season. In the manga, they have all of that, plus 4 for… the sailor comets, sailor cosmos, and they reference a good handful of other planets sailors. They have even more in the musicals, but I don't know how many they added. ( Full Answer )
As of February 21, 2010, there is no word on a new series yet. However, Sailormoon is back on the air in Japan, Italy and Albania, and Toei is re-releasing the anime for the 2012 20th Anniversary of Sailormoon. So time will tell!
There are five: Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon R, Sailor Moon S, Sailor Moon Super S, Sailor Moon Stars.
The Inner Senshi start at 14 at the beginning of the Sailor Moon series and at the end are 16 years old. Here are the Senshi listed in order of age (oldest to youngest), with their birthday beside their names (original first, dubbed English name in parentheses): . Rei (Raye) - April 17 . Usagi (…Serena) - June 30 . Ami (Amy) - September 10 . Minako (Mina) - October 22 . Makoto (Lita) - December 5 Sailors Uranus and Neptune are older than the Inners, having been in high school when they first appeared (during the third arc/season, Sailor Moon Super), when the Inners were still in junior high. In order from oldest to youngest: . Haruka (Amara) - January 27 . Michiru (Michelle) - March 6 Sailor Pluto is most likely the oldest of the Sailor Senshi, but because she is the guardian of the Space-Time door, and depending on which version of the canon you're watching/reading, her age may be different; in the manga, she died during the arc in which she appeared (the second arc, "Black Moon"), stopping time to prevent Prince Diamond from uniting two Silver Crystals; in the anime, she died in the third season (Sailor Moon Super), stopping time to save Sailors Uranus and Neptune in an attack on their helicopter on the way to defeat the Death Busters. While Setsuna reappears, presumably the same age as when she "died" in both the anime and the manga, it's never definitively stated if she ages alongside everyone else or not. However, she does have a listed birthday: . Setsuna (Trista) - October 29 Like Sailor Pluto, Sailor Saturn undergoes some odd aging processes. In both the anime and the manga, she starts out older and then is reborn as a baby that rapidly ages when she receives her Saturn powers once more. The age at which she appears (anywhere from nine years old to 12) to be may or may not be her actual age, especially if her death/rebirth is taken into account: . Hotaru (Hotaru) - January 6 Of the main characters, Sailor Chibi Moon is most likely the youngest, although we don't know how old she really is, she appeared to stop aging at some point in her early youth. In the manga, King Endymion mentions that Chibiusa is actually 902 years old, but the reasons behind her age having halted is unknown; while all those of the Moon's royalty have an extended lifespan, they do seem to age at the same rate as normal humans, but halt in their mid-20s. This was not the case for Chibiusa. However, in the manga, once she gained her Sailor Senshi transformation, the seal on her age broke, and she appeared to be a pre-teenager. This is also the case in the anime, but less dramatically: while she is shown apparently growing taller/having an older appearance after she transforms, it's never explicitly stated by how many years; she appears to be about eight or nine years old, and perhaps just a bit younger when she's not transformed. . Chibiusa (Rini) - June 30 ( Full Answer )
Technically yes. In Order ... Moon, Mercury, Mars, Tuxedo, Jupiter, Venus, Urnaus and Neptune, Mini Moon, Pluto, Saturn, Star fighter, Star maker, Star Healer and Glaxia. That's the exact order all of the scouts appear.. if you wanna count the starlights and Glaxia as scouts like I do...… there are 4 other scouts after Saturn... if you wanna only count the inner and outter sailor scouts than No, there is no one after Saturn she is the last to arrive. ( Full Answer )
no it was just a joke and there is no sailor earth either sailor earth is actually tuxedo mask the protector of earth so no sailor sun or earth
Because Darien is basically sailor Earth.. Not all sailor Scouts have to be chicks... Darien is the protector of earth, Earth is his ruling planet... ego he acts as Sailor Earth.
The second season: Sailor Moon Returns and you will see sapphire, emerald and prince diamond
in the japenese anime cartoon version they were discovered in the order sailor moon mercury mars Jupiter then venus i hope this helps and u can watch episodes by going to watchsailormoon.com
in the first season she defeted Queen Byrel. in the second season she defeated Rubius and the Four Sisters of Nemisis. in the third season she defeated the Wise Manand saved the Amazon Trio. in the fourth season she defeated Master Zarconia, Amazon Quartet, And Queen Nehulania. But in the beginning …of the fith season Queen Nehulania is revived, defeated again, and Sailor/Madam Galaxia is defeated. ( Full Answer )
Sailor Moon meets Sailor Pluto when Rini takes the scouts to the gate of time, that Pluto guards, in order to save the 30th century and Rini's family.
Seiya (Sailor Star Fighter) initially had the suspicion that Eternal Sailor Moon was Usagi when she mentioned something about Seiya that only Usagi would know in episode 181, when Seiya and Usagi went out on a quasi-date. However, by episode's end, Seiya convinced himself that Usagi couldn't be Sail…or Moon, with Usagi herself none the wiser of Seiya's alternate identity. In episode 188, Sailor Aluminum Seiren found out Eternal Sailor Moon's true identity as Usagi Tsukino, and set a trap. However, in order to protect her, Seiya transformed into Sailor Star Fighter, thus revealing his/her identity as Star Fighter. Usagi was shocked, but transformed as well, confirming her dual identity to Seiya/Star Fighter. Since this particular trap took place on an airplane, the presence of the Sailor Starlights in place of the Three Lights and the Sailor Senshi in place of Usagi and the girls pretty much indicated to everyone who their alternate identities were. ( Full Answer )
You are going to have to narrow it down a bit. You have multiple voices: The American dub (and really any other dub), original Japanese, the tv live action sailor moon in japan, the musicals, CD's with sailor moon 'singing', radio dramas, and video games. Assuming, you mean the American dub, the a…ctresses are (from wiki) Tracey Moore (Eps. 1 - 11, 15, 21) Terri Hawkes (Eps. 12 - 14, 16 - 20, 22 - 82, Movies) Linda Ballantyne (Eps. 83 - 159) ( Full Answer )
Sailor Venus' first anime appearance is as Minako Aino, in a non-speaking role, in Japanese episode 33/or episode 29 in the English dub. She later appears as Sailor Venus speaking, at the end of that same episode. Her first appearance in the manga as Sailor Venus, and not as her previous "Sailor V"… code-named identity is the final act of the Codename: Sailor V manga; her first appearance in the Sailor Moon manga is Act 8: Mamoru Chiba - Tuxedo Mask. Her first appearance in the live-action series Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is Act 12. ( Full Answer )
You can't "watch" the Sailor Moon manga series, although you can read it; it's currently under license by Kodansha and Kodansha USA for English-speaking countries, and is being re-released through 2013. The anime series ended its original run in 1995, though many countries continued airing it on va…rious cartoon, anime, or children's programming channels throughout the early 2000s, but there are very few that are airing it now outside of select European and Asian countries. ( Full Answer )
Because Sailor Mars thinks too poorly of Sailor Moon and believes she too immature for everything. I mean, she IS, but she's also a good kid, and isn't always immature.
The inner and outer solar sailors all die and get reincarnated together again. They do not say what happens to sailor cosmo and the other non-solar sailors end up (but i am pretty sure they are also reborn)
In the first arc of the Sailor Moon series, Usagi (Sailor Moon/Serena) and Ami (Sailor Mercury/Amy) heard about a bus that disappeared from the top of Sendai Hill, taking all its passengers with it. Its last known stop was in front of the Hikawa Shrine. Usagi and Ami go to investigate, but when the…y arrive, Rei, the shrine's miko (shrine maiden) mistakes Usagi for an evil presence and throws a ward on Usagi, which knocks her unconscious. Once Usagi awakens, Rei apologizes, but she is disturbed by how her normally-accurate psychic powers have been off-mark lately. Luna is intrigued by Rei's spiritual abilities, but doesn't say anything yet. Rei later encounters whom she believes is the real source of the negative energy: Jadeite! However, upon discovering his secret, Jadeite has his youma minion capture Rei and take her to the same negative dimension where the bus passengers are being kept. Usagi, having left the shrine, has the opportunity to board the mysterious bus and disguises herself as a stewardess to do so, but gets trapped in a negative dimension with the bus driver! Luna uses Sailor Mercury's super computer, which is tracking Sailor Moon, to send a pen to Rei--a pen that will allow her to transform into Sailor Mars! In the anime, Rei is more hotheaded and takes an immediate disliking to Usagi's immaturity; in the manga, Rei is far more graceful and concerned about Usagi, giving Luna reason to suspect she might be the Princess that the Sailor Senshi are seeking. ( Full Answer )
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It's debatable. Sailor Cosmos only appears in the manga, and when she appears, she doesn't specifically say who she is. However, one of Sailor Chibimoon's guardians, Sailor Ceres, says "Don't tell me you're...Sailor Moon's future ultimate form?!" (Sailor Moon vol. 12, Kodansha English edition, p. 24…3). This would imply that Cosmos is an evolution of Sailor Moon, similar to how Super Sailor Moon or Eternal Sailor Moon is an "evolved" or "leveled up" version of Sailor Moon in prior story arcs, or similar to how Usagi/Sailor Moon was formerly known as Serenity, and Cosmos is a future incarnation of Sailor Moon. However, the wording is vague enough to allow room for alternative interpretations, including the idea of Sailor Moon as a title, rather than a specific person--that is, once Usagi becomes Neo-Queen Serenity, she ceases to be Sailor Moon and Chibiusa takes that mantle, changing her Sailor Senshi name from Sailor Chibimoon to Sailor Moon. That could mean that Sailor Cosmos is a descendant or future bearer of the title and powers of "Sailor Moon," but there is no timeline given as to when she is from. However, in Kodansha's English translation, Cosmos responds to Ceres by discussing the destruction Chaos wreaked in her timeline, and remembering her battle "here." Cosmos says "...And [I'd] think to myself, 'if I'd just obliterated the Cauldron back then, could war and suffering have been eradicated...?'" This seems to imply that Cosmos is, in fact, a future form of Usagi as Sailor Moon, rather than just a holder of Sailor Moon's powers, evolved through history. She indicates that she came to this point in Time-Space to cheer "the me of this era" up and guide her down what she deemed the right path: destroying Chaos at the Cauldron (p. 247). In Sailor Moon, only one timeline seems to exist continuously, but changes in the past take time before they ripple into the future, which is how Cosmos continues to exist despite Sailor Moon having taken an alternative path toward ending the battle with Chaos than what Cosmos herself did in the past, or what Cosmos wanted Sailor Moon to do. Further, if Cosmos is a reincarnation of Sailor Moon/Serenity, then it is possible she would still refer to Usagi/Sailor Moon as "the me of this era," like a past self, but not be affected by Sailor Moon's choices to the point of her own existence becoming endangered. ( Full Answer )
Not in the canonical Sailor Moon anime or manga, no. However, fans often design their own "Otaku Senshi" or "Fan Senshi" with the names of existing astronomical bodies, and Haumea is no exception.
Whether she is the leader or not depends on if you're talking about the anime or the manga. In the anime, she's the leader of the Scouts mainly because, aside from Sailor V, she was the first Scout to be awakened. In addition, she's the Moon Princess, the one whom all the other Sailor Scouts have t…o protect--in a position of authority, it makes sense that she would also be the leader. However, in the manga, it's actually Sailor Venus who is the leader of the Inner Senshi (Scouts). She "takes over" when she appears and it is revealed that she is not the Moon Princess (as she led the others to believe initially) and Sailor Moon/Usagi/Serena is. ( Full Answer )
Not canonically, no. However, in the Sailor Moon manga, the Amazon Quartet is revealed to be Sailor Chibi-Moon's Sailor Team, awakened early after being discovered in the Amazon rainforest. They were corrupted to evil by Queen Nehellenia, and transformed back at the end of the Dream (equivalent… to the anime's SuperS storyline) arc. They later reappeared with Sailor Chibi-Moon near the end of the Stars. Their names remained (mostly) the same as their Amazon Quartet forms: Sailor Ceres, Sailor Pallas, Sailor Juno, and Sailor Vesta, which are also the names of several large asteroids that have orbits between Mars and Jupiter. The asteroids themselves are named after Roman goddesses: Ceres (Demeter in Greek), Pallas (an epithet for Minerva, called Athena in the Greek), Juno (Hera in the Greek), and Vesta (Hestia in Greek). ( Full Answer )
Crystal is the name of the new Sailor Moon series. The new serieswill come out July 5th 2014.
The differences between Sailor Moon Crystal and the original SailorMoon series is that the characters are voiced by different actorsin Sailor Moon Crystal, the 4 Inner Soldiers (Mercury, Venus, Marsand Jupiter) are introduced earlier and differently and the other 3Generals (Nephlite, Zoiscite and Ku…nzite) of Queen Beryl's areintroduced differently and Jedite's death is different as well. Reiis also completely opposite in Crystal compared to her personalityin the original series. Rei in Sailor Moon Crystal is more calm,cool and collected whereas she was more of a hot head in theoriginal series. ( Full Answer )