Sailor Moon (Japanese: 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Hepburn: Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn, initially interpreted as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon and later as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is a Japanese shōjo manga series composed and showed by Naoko Takeuchi.
After as of late hitting its thirty-year commemoration on March seventh, Sailor Moon proceeds to enamor and motivate watchers to be their most intrepid selves.
Sailor Moon, one of the most popular anime series on the planet, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Since its inception, the adventures of Usagi Tsukino and her fellow Sailor Soldiers has captured the attention of a generation and inspired other works, both East and West. To fully examine Sailor Moon‘s impact, we have to go back to the year 1991 and the genesis of the manga, and how it completely upended the entire shoujo genre in the process.
The Sailor Moon series was created by Naoko Takeuchi, following her work on the Codename: Sailor V series. 14-year-old Usagi discovers a black cat named Luna – who happens to be able to talk! Luna is searching for the Moon Princess Serenity and asks Usagi to become one of the Sailor Senshi in order to battle the forces of the Dark Kingdom and their leader Queen Beryl.
Along the way, Usagi is joined by four other Sailor Senshi: Minako Aino, who had been secretly fighting evil as Sailor Venus (and served as the protagonist of Codename: Sailor V); Rei Hino, a priestess-in-training who became Sailor Mars; highly intelligent Ami Mizuno, who became Sailor Mercury; and finally Makoto Kino, a rough and tumble tomboy who became Sailor Jupiter.
In the name of the Moon, she’ll keep on being a symbol.
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