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Sailor Moon [Paperback]

Naoko Takeuchi
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)

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4.0 out of 5 stars a great book by Naoko as alwais Aug. 25 2002
Format:Paperback
After Sailor Moon defeats Metalia she finally reunites with her long lost prince in a lovely and very touching moment(my favorite part in the book) This book also reveals 2 of Darian's powers. Then the second round of enemies arrive with the very hilarious arival of Rini. Personaly i've alwais had a problem with Rey and Rini in the anime but in the manga they r so much better. Rini is so very adorable and loveable, a little braty but what kid isn't? And u can see that she is made to be the next generation of SailorMoon after winning the highest score playing the Sailor V game. And Rey is so cool(she even has a cell phone,tee-hee), mature, wise, and she so very rarely pick's on Bunny. I'm not going to tell anymore than what other's have, that Sailor Mars, Mercury and Jupiter get captured and taken prisoners by Crimson Rubeus while they try to defeat Catzy, Bertie, & Prizma. Speaking of gems, Rini has the silver crystal of the future in neclace form just like Bunny, not inside her like in the anime, which i think is logical. Anyway buy this book for backround info on Darian, Rey, Amy, Lita, the funy arival of Rini and of course the first part of the Black Moon that leaves u wanting to know how will Sailor Moon help the Sailors.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best July 29 2000
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
I have to admit I'm a sailor moon fanatic. I started with the television series and am now starting to love the manga. The thing I like about sailormoon is it kinda grows with you. The DIC television series starts out sorta for younger kids then the plot suddenly thickens, not that much mind you but just enough to where you like the series a bit more. Then of course when you outgrow that theres the manga, which shows you just how kidish sailormoon is NOT, then the subtitled japanese episodes, (I can't spell forgive me.) I have enjoyed sailormoon forever, like since it came out in america. The thing I really like was the fact that Serena (nicknamed Buny in the manga Usagi (bunny of the moon) in japan meetball head to Darien and sailormoon in her creative couldn't ever guess who she was disguise) was typical, not macho. She didn't face some hidious monster with absolutely no fear she didn't stand up and say "I can do it Die! " and it did. She did what anyone else would do in that situation screamed yelled cried and enlisted in help. There are some very unrealistic things in this series but the people aren't.
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Format:Paperback
Ok, I'm the crazy loon that does the reviews based on merit and what I know of the originals. I don't know abiout all the other reviewers out there or amazon, but I do my research! First, there are some issues I want to discuss with you guys! Manga is singular and plural, so is senshi and every other Japanese word out there (Hey, how about the guy who said they didn't like them because they were Black and White) It's always and forever MANGA. When there are two, it's still MANGA. Thank you. Arigato even. Considering I know the original, and I have it in front of my face, I can say for you, that the SuperS tend to be translated a tinsy bit better in my taste than the other ones (no offense to the translator) and the SuperS ones tend to have less Americanizations, with the saving grace that Michiru, Haruka, Setsuna, and (I'm assuming soon Hotaru) are retaining their full names only done in American style. Also Makoto, Minako, Usagi, and Amy, may have not had their first name preserved, but their last names were. That gives a plus. As for volume four itself, I can tell ya Chibi-Usa finally arrives. (Rini in this case), and It starts a new plot (Hence, NO there is NO split in the manga like there is in the anime, only equivilents.) I'm telling ya if you don't really want to do the searching, and hate Dic, this is your best option, as a Moonie, it's my duty to rate it 5 stars (though Stu Levy (CEO of Mixx) might not think that I do) Four is a cool manga. If you have any questions, e-mail me.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rini arrives. Sept. 16 2003
Format:Paperback
This basically would just be the starting point after the Alan and Ann saga, which would also mean the ending of the first part of the R season {The first part is called Return, and the second part is called Romance}and the second season begins when Rini arrives, which is in this book. And if you don't have the third book, you'll probely get confused.
I hear the japanese version of Sailor Moon is better than this version and it probely is. After all, the original version of Cardcaptor Sakura is better than the dub. But that's no excuse not to get this version which still good {but it's not as good as the other ones I own.
First chapter:
Sailor moon kills Queen Metallia.
Bunny gets a new brooch.
Rini arrives,
Second chapter:
Nemesis arrives!!
Nemesis takes Sailor Mars.
Third chapter:
Nemesis takes Sailor Mercury!!
Fourth chapter:
Nemesis takes Sailor Jupiter!!!{and that's where the book ends}.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Art Wonderful Story Dec 11 1999
Format:Paperback
Most people only know about Sailor Moon thanks to DIC. In these NA versions of the popular manga we follow the adventures of Bunny and her friends as they defend the Earth from the scum of the universe. If you're one of those individuals who aboslutly love Sailor Moon then this book is for you. Continuing the story in what is known as the R season in the anime this story cuts right to the Black Moon family saga. Here we are introduced to Rini Sailor Moon daughter from the future who passes herself off as Bunny's cusin in order to ger the Silver Crystal. For those who are familiar with the anime this story skips the Doom Tree series. With its beautiful pictures and well written story this book (even with the NA names) is well worth it. It's well worth the wait for each volume. These books are not only great reads but great works of art as well.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Comparing to the Japanese edition...
Everyone is comparing the english version of this manga with the japanese version. however; i bet most of the customers who decided to buy this book don't know any janasene at... Read more
Published on March 8 2003 by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars just learn the language
i actually sat down with my friend and translated most of volume four from japanese (my copy) to english (her copy). it was amazing to see how many mistranslations there were. Read more
Published on Oct. 1 2002 by Mor'Loki
5.0 out of 5 stars Sailormoon
This book is amazing! The book series are much more better than the T.V. show! I read some of the books when I was, maybe, 8? I loved them then and I do now!
Published on July 20 2002 by "chickababy"
5.0 out of 5 stars Sailor Moon Novel #4
This is the best out of the first four. I almost cried when Serenity and Endymion were reunited at last! Read more
Published on June 24 2002 by Raven
5.0 out of 5 stars Totally Awesome Read!
Hey I thought the plot of the book and all was awesome. ... Anyways it was a great book and if you are a Sailor Moon fan it is a great book to read. Read more
Published on March 10 2002 by A 12-year old reader
5.0 out of 5 stars What a beauty.
This was the first manga I have ever bought and it was wonderful. I choose this to be my first because of the romantic scene between Tuxedo Kamen(Mask), and Usagi(Bunny). Read more
Published on Nov. 11 2001 by Kiyoshi
5.0 out of 5 stars You can live without SM mangas!?
I CAAAAN'T!!! It is absolutely beautiful, so you just have to have. Mamo-chan is soooo smart in the manga (of course, of course)... I really can agree with Asanuma!!! Clever boy! Read more
Published on April 16 2001 by aieless
4.0 out of 5 stars One of the better stories
The people who translated this did a very VERY good job on this with few exceptions such as: using the word "scouts" and the dub names for the inners (in the... Read more
Published on Jan. 20 2001 by jupiter-4
5.0 out of 5 stars Sailor Moon #4=GREAT BOOK!
This is a great book! It introdouces Rini and is full of action! I've read it over more than 10 times and now my brother's reading it and he likes it too! Read more
Published on Aug. 13 2000 by Bridget King
5.0 out of 5 stars Erabutsu Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon
Inspirational, fantastic, everything that makes a story good. I greatly enjoyed reading Sailor Moon #4 because it had a little bit of everything I like, adventure, friendship,... Read more
Published on July 22 2000
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