Sailor Moon (Japanese:, formerly Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon and subsequently Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon) is a Japanese shojo manga series written and drawn by Naoko Takeuchi. From 1991 until 1997, it was serialized in Nakayoshi, and the 60 individual chapters were published in 18 volumes.
The story follows Usagi Tsukino as she changes into Sailor Moon in order to search for the “Legendary Silver Crystal” (Maboroshi no Ginsuish, lit. “Phantom Silver Crystal”), a supernatural artifact.
She leads the Sailor Soldiers, subsequently renamed the Sailor Guardians, in combat against villains in order to prevent the theft of the Silver Crystal and the destruction of the Solar System.
Toei Animation produced an anime series based on the manga, which aired in Japan from 1992 to 1997. Three animated feature films, a television special, and three short films based on anime were also produced by Toei.
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, a live-action television adaptation, broadcast from 2003 to 2004, and Sailor Moon Crystal, a second anime series, began simulcasting in 2014. In North America, Kodansha Comics licensed the manga series for an English language release, while Random House Australia licensed it for Australia and New Zealand.
The complete anime series has been licensed for an English language release in North America by Viz Media, and for an Australian and New Zealand release by Madman Entertainment.
Characters from Sailor Moon are also listed here.
A middle-school student called Usagi Tsukino befriends Luna, a talking black cat who offers her a magical brooch that allows her to transform into Sailor Moon, a soldier destined to preserve Earth from the forces of evil, one day in Juban, Tokyo.
To retrieve their princess and the Silver Crystal, Luna and Usagi form a band of fellow Sailor Guardians.
They meet Ami Mizuno, a studious student who awakens as Sailor Mercury; Rei Hino, a local Shinto shrine maiden who awakens as Sailor Mars; Makoto Kino, a tall and strong transfer student who awakens as Sailor Jupiter; and Minako Aino, a young aspiring idol who awakened as Sailor Venus a few months prior, accompanied by her talking feline companion Artemis.
They also befriend Mamoru Chiba, a high school student who accompanies them as Tuxedo Mask on occasion.
The organization faces the Dark Kingdom in the first arc, with its members attempting to locate the Silver Crystal and rescue an imprisoned, malevolent monster known as Queen Metaria.
Usagi and her friends realize that they were members of the ancient Moon Kingdom during the Silver Millennium in a prior life. The Moon Kingdom was destroyed as a result of the Dark Kingdom’s war against them.
Its monarch, Queen Serenity, sent Princess Serenity, reincarnated as Usagi, along with her protectors, the Sailor Guardians, their feline advisers Luna and Artemis, and the princess’s true love, Prince Endymion, who was reincarnated as Mamoru.
At the start of the second arc, the Sailor Guardians encounter Usagi and Mamoru’s future daughter Chibiusa, who arrives from “Crystal Tokyo,” a 30th-century version of Tokyo controlled by Neo Queen Serenity, Usagi of the future, and which has been assaulted by the Black Moon Clan.
Sailor Moon and her companions meet Sailor Pluto, Guardian of the Time-Space Door, on their trip. Chibiusa was indoctrinated by the enemy and transformed into the Black Lady during the arc’s climactic conflict, but she was eventually rehabilitated and awakens as Sailor Chibi Moon, a Guardian herself.
The Conclusion Was Explained
Usagi-sama and Mamo-chan join hands and kiss, declaring that this nightmare would not be able to overcome them, and the longer they kiss, the more their reality emerges from the nightmare realm, and Usa’s powers return as well. Usagi-sama is dubbed “Queen Serenity” by Queen Nehalennia, who is shocked.
But the battle is far from done; Queen Nehalennia must still be defeated. The Holy Grail is powered by Sailor Moon, and the Outer and Inner Sailor Guardians use their talents to aid the Crystal Power surge.
Queen Nehalennia is defeated by all of their powers, including Tuxedo Mask’s Golden Crystal Power, and she returns to the dusty mirror. The horror is done, and the world slowly returns to normal.
The Prince and Princess become King and Queen, and Sailor Moons use her crystal power to free the Amazonian Quartet in the final ten minutes of Part 2. They are revealed to be Sailor Guardians who have been sleeping till their full rebirth. They were awakened by Queen Nehalennia, who cursed them. The Quartet declares that they will sleep again until they are fully awake.
Helios has returned, accompanied by his Pegasus, and has promised to return to Chibi-usa.
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