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- © Naoko Takeuchi / Kodansha Ltd.
- Manga Score: 8.20
- Author: Naoko Takeuchi
- Publisher: Kodansha
- Volumes: 9
- DB title: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon
- Rating: 13 and up
- Genres: Award WinningDramaFantasyRomanceMahou ShoujoShoujo
Sailor Moon Eternal Edition
Teenager Usagi is not the best athlete, she’s never gotten good grades, and, well, she’s a bit of a crybaby. But when she meets a talking cat, she begins a journey that will teach her she has a well of great strength just beneath the surface and the heart to inspire and stand up for her friends as Sailor Moon! Experience the Sailor Moon manga as never before in these extra-long editions (about 300 pages each).
Apr 28, 2008
58 of 61 chapters read
122 people found this review helpful
Jan 29, 2008
52 of 61 chapters read
Overall Rating: 10
69 people found this review helpful
Art: The artwork is great. I really love the trademark long, flowing hair.The covers, both original and reprint, are well designed and eye catching. My only complaint is that the main bad guys often look the same- Chaos, Pharaoh 90, and Queen Metallia all look like big black blobs to me.
Character: While Usagi, Chibi-usa, and Mamoru are well developed and interesting, the vast majority of the others aren't. They are often put aside to make more room for the other characters. The other sailor senshi are given personalities and backstory, but they don't really mature or change. This is understandable because of the lack of time, but some of the characters spend a significant amount of time completely out of the picture- kidnapped or dead.
Enjoyment/Overall: As I said in the story section, I went into my first read already enjoying the Sailor Moon story, and the manga version did not disappoint. It offers the same basic story I came to love while giving me enough different things to keep me interested. The artwork is good looking as well. Sadly, the English version of the manga is out of print. I would highly recommend the purchase of this series if you ever come across it. I would also recommend the artbooks as well. read more