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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: TokyoPop
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1892213265
  • ISBN-13: 978-1892213266
  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 1.1 x 17.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #808,133 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I found this graphic novels one of the best in the supers series. Yet, it is also one of the worst. The world of the Sailor Scouts just seems to perfect, not complex, and easily figured out. Not alot of depth either. And to top it off, we have the main evil characters who just do and say the same things over and over, never accomplishing anything worthwhile to think about or ponder over. But now that I'm done trashing the bad points, let me analyze the good ones. Here, we learn more about the mysterious outer scouts, the ones who seem to have the most personality and integrity, and stamina among everyone. Sailor Saturn appears to help fight, and she genuinly surprises me. The plot twists and turns, but again comes out predictable. So let me just state, it is a good grabbing plot with beautiful art. BUT, yes there is a commanding but. Well, anyway, this story has a few too many loopholes in the plot, but it's an all around good read. I'd recommend this to the ones new at japanese manga, but to the veteran readers out there, I'd rather point you towards Magic Knight Rayearth. Now THAT is a moving manga.
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Yes, almight Rai again. As for this book, Vol 3... it's my second favorite of the 4 Vol.'s that I have.. so far. ^^;; (Vol. 5 is my fav!) I absolutely love this book. I like how the outer senshi (Pluto/Setsuna/Trista, Neptune/Michiru/Michelle, Uranus/Haruka/Amara and Saturn/Hotaru) are introduced! They have always been my favorite. The parts where Hotaru is a baby is so cute.. where they outers are trying to raise her.. ah! so cute! I think this book has more action and fighting scenes than the other 2 for some reason... maybe not so much action, just more dramatic action. This book is definitly more serious than the last.. which I like. But hey! We all like to laugh sometimes too! I didn't see much of Chibiusa.. which I can't say is always a bad thing. But I liked the parts she was in.. surprisingly. Not that I'm anti-Chibiusa. I love the little thing, really I do. And her and Pegasus are to die for! But anyways.. the ending left me in SOO much suspense! I was like.. NOOOOO! Then I got online and ordered the next one. ^^ Talk about impulse shopping! ^^ This book is almost my favorite.. it's a really large tie between this one and the next. Features 'New Soldier Dreams' and 'Elysion Dream'. I thought this book ran very smoothly. Like, we didn't just all of a sudden change everything because we wanted to put in a part about getting into entrance exams and stuff. I liked this, because it was more of a whole episode, rather than like the 6 diffrent episodes. Get this book!
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By A Customer on July 27 2000
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If you are a fan of Sailor Moon because of the t.v. series then you have to read this! The books are totally different and much better then the television shows that are shown. The books gives Bunny a adult air and it gives you the impression that she could take care of herself. If you are like me and are getting tired of the on again of again relationship of Bunny and Darien then you will be doubly happy because in these books Darien is loving and supportive and not at all thick headed! The relationship between Rene and Bunny is better also. In the books you also get to discover that yes! Darien does have a crystal and powers that rival Bunny's and I hope he just not keep throwing flowers and toys at bad guys. This book also gives you a look at how Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and Saturn are living and if they'er missing the other sailors. Artimus also turns into a real guy and although he is pretty cute, the clothes he wears are soooo wierd! I love this book though and the ending just makes you wanna scream SO WHAT HAPPENS NEXT! Even with the frustration that gives you, you are just left with a wow feeling too.
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By Nithin Chillal on March 12 2000
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This has got to be the best Sailormoon graphic novel so far. The New Senshi appear in it, and you finally get to see what they're really like. This storyline is very intriguing, amazing, and in-depth. The artwork is breathtaking, really. I reccommend this for anyone who likes the manga. There is one dislike though. Mixx's sloppy translating, and they didn't keep Minako, Usagi, Makto, Rei, and Ami's names the same. But I am very glad they kept the New Senshi's names. (Yes, it is really New Senshi. Naoko never said Outer Senshi, that term was made up by a fan long ago). I love Saturn's new attack, Silence Glaive Surprise! It's so cool. The ending is a bit tragic, but I'm not giving it away! However, I will tell you that if you are planning to buy this book, WAIT! Wait till the next one comes out so you can buy them both at once. Because once you finish reading this, you will not be able to bear the suspense. I can't! So wait till the 4th comes out and get this book! It's spectacular! I read it in about 5-10 minutes! "People have begun their lives at last when they are able to live for something other than themselves." Hotaru says that at the beginning :)
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You may have heard me ranting about the other SuperS books. Unlike SuperS 2, this book has enough senshi to go around! Plus, 154 pages (give or take a few) of full story! No "Exam battle" stories! Not that I didn't like them, they just took up space that could've been used for the story. Anyways, you get to see Artemis in his human form for the first time! But the true highlight of the story is the return of the Outer Senshi (Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto for all who aren't used to the term), as well as seeing the long-awaited return of Saturn!!! Yes, she has really grown up in the 6 months between book 10 and SuperS 3! For those of you who hated SuperS in the anime, I BEG you to read this book!! No wide, gaping wound where the Outer Senshi once were. Yes, we all missed them...sniff. But they're back! And so is Saturn! Yay! (By the way, I may be only 12, but I know my anime and manga. I have been a SM fan even before its US release.)
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