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Sailor Moon 5 Paperback – May 8 2012

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  • Paperback: 260 pages
  • Publisher: Kodansha Comics; Tra edition (May 8 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1612620019
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612620015
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.9 x 19 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 259 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 279 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #53,531 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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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 one of the most recognized manga and anime to date, and with this reissue, it has once again taken its place as one of the most popular manga in America.

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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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Yes, this book is one of my favorites. It has it's similarities and differences to the manga. Similarites: It has the same plot same villians, same sailor scouts in order of appearences. But the differences are: The magna is intended for older people. Comparing this to the anime, it seems like that's more for younger kids{ except the original uncut version and special uncut of Sailor Moon}.
This book has a different beginning to the manga, and parts I'd wish they included in it. I think every time I read the manga I'll wish for that, because it's not just this one, it's the other ones to.
In this book, we meet Serena Tsukino{better known as Bunny, Usagi in the japanese version}. She meets a cat named Luna, who later bacomes Bunny's guardian cat. Luna gives Bunny a brooch{ the one that she has on on the front page, which I think looks prettier than the one in the anime}to tranform into the warrior for good, Sailor Moon to battle the evil forces { Bunny's only worring about the Dark Kingdom right now. The other senshi Mercury {Amy Mizuno, Ami in the japanese}, Mars {Raye Hino, Rei in the japanese}, Jupiter {Lita Kino, Makato in the japanese} appear. Sailor Venus {Mina Aino, Minako in the japanese} appears in the next book. So if you want to read a great manga, read this. Not just this manga, but all the other sm mangas,too.
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This is one of the few comic/manga books i like that I would recommend to anybody, any age. It is really nice and you can't easily put it down.
Here are some key info about this book:
It is a collection that conbsists of five different animated stories:
1. Bunny a.k.a. Sailor Moon: We are introduced to Serena, usually called Bunny by her friends, in this story. She meets a talking cat, named Luna, who also intorduced her to her new powers, such as destroying the evil. Will she ever succeed?
2. Amy a.k.a. Sailor Mercury: We are introduced to Amy, Sailor Mercury in this chapter. She is a hard working student and she is powerful enough to take a part in the fighting against eveil. But is she ready?..
3. Raye a.k.a. Sailor Mars: We are introduced to Raye, Sailor Mars in this chapter. She is a beautiful, quick-tempered priestess. Will she and Bunny get along well together in this battle against evil?
4. Masquerade: Bunny's pathetic love for Tuxedo Mask, reveals itself in this chapter. Bunny decides to go to a Masquerade to chase the evil. What will happen there? Will Tuxedo Mask run to her help as always?
5. Lita a.k.a. Sailor Jupiter: A new scout joins the team.
Buy this book if you enjoy romance with action it it. I know you all do!!!
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At first when I tried this series, I thought, "I wonder if I'll like it. It seems more for girls!" Well, now that I've read it, I can safely say, I really liked it! I couldn't really see why I had thought it was for girls. Even the author, Naoko Takeuchi, said in the book that she originally created the books for girls. I think that a boy would like this series because there's action, comedy, and such as are in most Manga. It has a really good plot and keeps you interested throughout the entire book!
Sailor Moon is about a girl named Bunny who helps a cat. It can talk, and its name is Luna. Luna gives Bunny a brooch, and she becomes a Sailor Scout. During the story, others become Sailor Scouts too. They help rescue those in need and defeat bad guys (and gals).
I like this series so much that I am defiantly going to buy the next one.
There are 2 other series related to Sailor Moon: Sailor Moon Stars and Sailor Moon Supers. They have some of the same characters in them. I'm not sure if I'd recommend them because I've never read them, but if they're anything like regular Sailor Moon, I would!
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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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