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Sailor Moon - Season One - Complete and Uncut (Japanese Language Edition) [Import]
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Based on a manga by Naoko Takeuchi, Sailor Moon is the story of a teenage girl who meets a magical cat who gives her super powers. She becomes the leader of a team of brave girls, known as the Sailor Warriors. Sailor Moon has long been justifiably renowned for the strength of its plot, its direct and honest treatment of romance and, in this uncut version, a realistic and unflinching acceptance of death as a necessary possible consequence of a righteous fight.
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And yes the sound is lacking, and it does look like someone stood there with a camera and shook it as it was filmed, but trust me, it's easy to get over when you see some of your favorite, classic episodes of Sailor Moon, espically the uncut versions and "lost episodes" such as the one where Sailor Moon goes to a bar, the one where the Mars, Mercury, and Moon go to a haunted house on their vaction, or the one with Sailor Venus past, which episodes never aired in the dubbed English version.
The jokes are funnier, and the episodes are relitivly longer because everything was left in (any nudity or violence), so there won't be that thing where you watch Sailor Moon says and are just like "Hey! That never happened in the show!"
And another thing is all the sexes are finally correct, such as Ziocite or however you spell it being a male instead of a female. Scary but true.
But as I stated, anyone who has always wondered what was the real ending of "Day of Destiny", with each Sailor's death and the true fight behind Serena and Darian (which was awsome) not to mention the Japanese music, (or the orginal Sailor Moon Music) than definatly by this box set...then go for the second season.
The audio isn't bad....well, that's a lie, it's bad, but if you crank up the volume on the TV and DVD it comes out just fine(and if you have a stereo hooked up it sounds REALLY cool)and a side note, watch out for the opening and ending songs, they get LOUD if you follow the above suggestion....unless you like that kind of thing. *shrugs* Oh, and in certain places there is a crackling sound in the background, but that goes away as soon as the "camera" view is moved, so no biggie.
The video definately isn't the greatest, but I've seen WAY worse...have any of you only had one version of the Labyrinth, taped off of Disney chanel back when there were no commercials on a very old VCR for several years? Well if not, I can tell you for sure that that is much, much worse. In certain scenes it gets a little blurry, but this was an old anime, what more can you expect?
Yet, in spite of all these faults, this is still a 5 star DVD. Where the Audio and Video is lacking, the episodes are definately worth it. I really love the one where they go to a hotel where the workers dress as monsters (which really freaks Usagi, and sometimes Rei, out, which makes for some super funny moments) I'd tell you the name of the episode, but that would mean moving and I'm just not up to doing that for the moment ^.^ Plus you get all of the cut episodes (including the mentioned one above)
In short, I'd definately reccomend this DVD!
Most recent customer reviews
I recieved the product quickly and it was in great condition like they said it was. Over all I was very pleased.Published on March 8 2011 by broken_bleeding_angel
If you're a die hard fan of the show and you've wanted to see the episodes in their uncut form, then this set is worth the money! Read morePublished on Dec 30 2004
I remember the first time I watched Sailor Moon was on Cartoon Network about six years ago. From the first time I saw the show, I was hooked on it. Read morePublished on July 11 2004
This box set features the entire Sailor Moon Season One, all 46 episodes, all uncut in original Japanese audio with English subtitles. Read morePublished on July 7 2004 by Bridgette Magowski
I found this boxset to be one of the best out there. Sailor Moon was one of the first anime's i've seen. Read morePublished on June 23 2004 by P. Bowden
Now I Really Thought The Sound Was not to great but If you want to see the Copleate finale Episode and the 5 missing episodes that they have never shown in the U.S. Read morePublished on June 15 2004 by A. T. Dayton
This DVD set is by far the best realease of a Sailor Moon Video. People are complaining about the sound quality, well dont listen to them, the sound is fine. Read morePublished on June 8 2004
When I was a little kid at that time,I used to remember how cool Sailor moon was in the japanese version when it had so many secrets in the episodes and had more fighting parts to... Read morePublished on May 6 2004 by Anna Victoria Seise
Seems like everyone's crying about the quality here. To tell you the truth, when I started watching it, I'd notice the edges of the screen seemed to move... Read morePublished on May 2 2004
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