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Sailor Moon School & Library Binding – Jan 2003


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  • School & Library Binding
  • Publisher: Turtleback Books (January 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0613803094
  • ISBN-13: 978-0613803090
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 11.4 x 17.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 263 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)

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Format: Paperback
If you haven't started reading any books yet from the sailor moon manga and have already seen the anime you should start out reading vol 2 instead of vol 1. Even though the anime may be a little different you basically know what already happened in the first book. This book starts out when the negaverse start taking over the minds of the human beings of earth into finding the Imperium silver crystal for them. Then sailor moon has to use her new weapon to save the people that have already fainted from being controlled by the Negaverse. After that The sailor scouts finally find the fifth sailor scout, Sailor Venus! Or does she have another identity? She couldn't be Princess Serenity, or could she? In order to figure out the answer to this question read this book! There's also a pretty neat surprise on what happens later on in the book. I think this book is one of the best boks I've ever read. You definitly need to read this book!!! ...
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By A Customer on Sept. 6 2003
Format: Paperback
This has to be my favorite Sailor Moon manga. I loved it so much that I believe I read it 3 times in one day!
It starts out with Sailor Moon learning she's the leader of the 3 other sailor scouts. When Serena faints and finds herself with Tuxedo Mask, she uses the moon wand Luna gave her, and with Tuxedo Mask's help, she uses it against the negaverse. Later on, we find out the true identity of Tuxedo Mask, and Serena starts to fall for Darien, as Darien falls for her. Finally, when Sailor Moon is about to be killed by Zoicite (Also spelled Zoysite, and Zoycite), Sailor Venus (A.K.A. SAILOR V!) saves her. Artemis (Sailor Venus's talkingcat) tells the other Scouts that Sailor Venus is the moon princess. But is she really? And why does Sailor Moon's Tiara change from straight to a large crescent moon with a red jewel in the middle? So many twist and turns to keep you hanging! You must read this manga!
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Format: Paperback
Don't get me wrong here - I absolutely love Sailor Moon. I own all of the original Japanese manga. The artwork is stunning, the story is fascinating, and I treasure my collection of the originals.
Then I picked up the Mixx translations, and...well. I admit that it's a lot easier to read this than to have the Japanese manga in one hand and an English translation in the other. But the English translations I originally had are a lot more faithful to the original than this. Mixx seems to delight in changing things for no particular reason ("I like to eat pudding" becomes "I like to eat Pringles" - wha?) and to alter the little notes from Naoko until they barely resemble what she originally wrote. I'm of a mixed opinion here, and I doubt I'll be buying more of the Mixx versions.
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By A Customer on Feb. 19 1999
Format: Paperback
I have read this book as well as translated pieces of much of the Japanese manga. I love it, and though I was weary of this, Mixx did stay fairly close to the original in translating. The manga is much more detailed than the anime when describing relationships (Usagi/Bunny and Mamoru/Darien, and later Michiru (Neptune)and Haruka (Uranus). I have a suggestion though, which I will try to bring to the attention of Mixx. I'm not very familiar with their manga, but do they have SailormoonS and up done? I think it would be a good idea (if they do have it done)that they market that for the dedicated DiC fans that can't see the awesomest characters that appear in the later series. Well, that's it, ja ne minna!
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Format: Paperback
Ta ta ol Nephrite, Zoycite and Jedite, let Kunzite take over-or not. The sailor scouts are as unbeatable as ever. Well at least Serena is happy with her life. She discovers tux's true identity, remembers her past when she was (or is) prinsess serinity. Or is someone else her?... And what about Endymion? And what happened to Sailor V? And what did you do to the computers Luna? Oh dear. I'll just have to read on. Oh, and for all you dum people who hate sailor moon, you gotta read this book. And for all of you people who don't know who sailor moon is, you gotta read this book. And for all you moonies out there, you gotta read this book!!! It's just plain YOU GOTTA READ THIS BOOK. END OF DISSCUSSION.
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By A fanatic from IL on April 19 2001
Format: Paperback
This book is totally awesome. The romance between Tuxedo Mask and Sailor Moon is MUCH better than in the anime. Naoko even writes little notes an' stuff on the sides of some pages. Just in case you were wondering (Like I did while I read the reviews) The manga is written like a comic book. It's not colored in, but it's great anyway! It IS in English, of course. The pictures are beautiful. Here and there there are a few mistakes, like in Vol. 1 they put "leez" which I think was suppose to be "geez" or "jeez". And here and there they have it where the page is cut off, but they are still great. Mixx is awesome to have brought the ORIGINAL version to America!
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By A Customer on Dec 22 2003
Format: Paperback
This is a great sequel to the first comic! in it, sailor v finally arrives! :-) the only confusing part (to those of you, like me, who already knew a lot about Sailor Moon before you began reading the manga)is that V says that she's Princess Serenity! But really, she's just acting as a decoy princess and of course the true princess is Bunny! Bunny is sooooooo pretty in teh form of Princess Serenity, and the part near the end where they find that Bunny IS Serenity is my fave part! The sad part is that Tuxedo Mask got badly hurt trying to protect Bunny ... But it really is an awesome book!
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