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Sailor Moon 2 Paperback – Nov 15 2011

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  • Paperback: 244 pages
  • Publisher: Kodansha Comics (Nov. 15 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1935429752
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935429753
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.9 x 19 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 314 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #149,919 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"With its whimsical sense of fashion, thrilling adventure and complex backstory, Sailor Moon was like little else young girls had ever before seen on television, and miles above anything American animators were offering them. The anime led to interest in the manga, which in turn became the sort of success that made the bookstore market sit up and take notice. Scratch a modern-day manga fangirl, and you're likely to find someone who watched Sailor Moon when she was young." -The Comics Journal

About the Author

Naoko Takeuchi lives in Tokyo, Japan. Takeuchi's works have a wide following among anime and manga fans worldwide. Her most popular work, Sailor Moon, rose to become as of 2011 one of the most recognized manga and anime products to date. The author lives in Tokyo, Japan.

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Format: Paperback
I'd like to start out by saying-- Naoko Takeuchi is one of the most talented and dedicated Authors and Artist's that I've ever SEEN! Her tied together manga series, Codename wa Sailor V, and Sailor Moon, are one of the most brilliant and thorough that I've ever read. The only reason I gave this manga book FOUR stars, is because of Mixx. Mixx cuts off some of the words, edits what our heroines are saying, and FLOPS it! I would like to see a Sailor Moon Manga version with only minimal touchups, just the sound effects and direct translation without the 'mirrored' effect. I'd like to see the original drawings of our beloved USAGI, MINAKO, REI, MAKOTO, and AMI (not Bunny, Mina, Raye, Lita, and Amy, the way they were meant to be seen by the artist. It annoys me very much. Viz did a much better job with translation and doing an 'UNFLOPPED' version of Dragon Ball, and Dragon Ball Z. Die-hard Sailor Moon fans, I would suggest you get this version to begin with, and then buy the original versions with scripts (you can get these at Ebay, or other anime/manga/SM stores online). Other than the annoying 'FLOP' and the changing of names, the actual story and art aren't half bad!!!!!!!!!!
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***Spoilers ahead***

An amazing finish to the Sailor Moon R arc. This book will take you from the middle of Usagi's kidnapping by Prince Diamond to end of the anime version of the Sailor Moon R arc (the end of the Dark Moon saga). I really like all the frames we see with Neo Queen Serenity!

The artwork is amazing as usual, and the translation has improved from the previous volumes. I like the colour pages in the beginning. I am glad that these volumes were condensed from the original 14 volumes because now you get to read more of the storyline in one book.

I have two problems with the adaption of this manga. The first is that the writing in the book is too close to the spine, which makes you have to bend the book open a lot to read it. The second is that they didn't translate Naoko's comments and just put small images there.

Overall, an amazing value for the price. You are getting almost 250 pages of fantastic artwork and the legacy of sailor moon for around $10!

And for those of you who didn't know, Japan has a re-re-release of the SM manga. I don't know if that's coming to NA...
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Sailormoon in 1000 words or less? Okay. Bishojo Senshi Sailormoon is the peak of manga released in the United States, and as more become available to the public, the greater the fanbase. Bishojo Senshi Sailormoon, or commonly shortend to Sailormoon, is about a middle school flunkee (Have you seen her grades? It's amazing she makes it in Highschool) who stumbles on a Crescent-moon-bald-spot having cat from Mau named Luna, royal advisor of the lost Silver millenium, but more on that later, who gives Usagi, (or Bunny) a brooch in which she can transform into Sailormoon, the Pretty Soldier of Love and Justice. In the First Manga comic, through her magic goggles, Usagi/Bunny sees her friend Naru/Molly in danger, and arrives quickly on the scene. With her supersonic tears, her tiara, and the mysterious Tuxedo Kamen/Mask, she defeats her first enemy.
In the next few, she meets fellow senshi/soldiers Ami/Amy Sailormercury, Rei/Raye Sailormars, Makoto/Lita Sailorjupiter, and finally the mysterious Sailor V (another manga series was dedicated to her) Minako/Mina, Sailorvenus, the self proclaimed Princess Serenity.
Then with Tuxedo Kamen/Mask, who is discovered is Prince Endymion of Earth, Usagi/Bunny discovers that SHE is the Real Moon Princess. Now it is up to her to destroy the evil Metallia, and she must also destroy *gasp* her true love, the now evil Endymion.
Now that peace spreads across the land, a mysterious pink haired rabbit named Usagi/Bunny arrives, using toy guns filled with roses to retrive the Silver Illusion Crystal. Nicknamed Chibi-Usa/Rini, a new villian arrives to capture both Chibi-Usa/Rini and the Silver Illusion Crystal.
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Okay, I actually got this book on Christmas of 98, and oh my gosh, I was so incredibly thrilled! I read it at least 5 times before opening any of my other presents, it was so kewlios. But like, at this time I didn't know there was Sailor Moon manga in America, and like no question, this is far better than the anime. The anime gets old and boring, but I can read this forever. The artwork is so amazing and detailed too, but something that's kinda annoying is that a cople words go off the page, but that's okay, cuz I mean, you still know what they're talking about.
Act 1: Bunny a.k.a. Sailor Moon - This is the first act and it basically has Bunny meeting Luna, who tells her of her destiny as a Sailor Soldier. She then defeats her first yoma, or however the heck you spell it, and saves Molly. Also, she meets a mysterious masked masked man. (I wonder who this could be)
Act 2: Amy a.k.a. Sailor Mercury - This is the second act where there is a new, and brilliant young genius at Bunny's school. They become friends and then Bunny discovers that Amy is a pawn in The Enemy's plan! So, Bunny goes to save the people, when Luna figures out Amy is Sailor Mercury! (What a surprise!)
Act 3: Raye a.k.a. Sailor Mars - There has been mysterious disappearances of buses that go from the shrine and Bunny meets a preistess named Raye at this same shrine. Bunny and Amy try to get on the disappearing bus and then they find out Raye is on it, but Bunny is left alone. They find out Raye is Sailor Mars and they save the people on the bus.
Act 4: Masquerade - Okay, in this one, there is a Masquerade Ball, in Princess D's honor. The enemy think's this princess of D Land could have the Imperium Silver Crysal. So, the Sailor Soldiers fight the enemy and find out Princess D doesn't hold the Crystal.
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