This page is the on-line Sailor Moon (美少女戦士セーラームーン)
This page does contain spoilers, if you haven't seen most of the series.
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon is a story about a klutzy, crybaby,
14 year old underachiever named
Tsukino Usagi (月野うさぎ)
who was given some transformation items and super powers.
Usagi transforms into the pretty, sailor suited fighter called
Sailor Moon to fight against evil.
But even as the super hero, Sailor Moon is klutzy and a crybaby.
Then as time goes by, Usagi is joined by some other girls to form
a team of sailor suited fighters.
Sailor Moon is a story aimed at young girls (4 to 12 years old),
and can be considered a magical girl story.
The manga is written by
Takeuchi Naoko (武内直子),
and it is running in the monthly magazine Nakayoshi (なかよし).
However because of various reasons, Sailor Moon has gathered
a lot of fans from people of all age groups, and has become one
of the most popular anime in Japan (as of 1997).
There is a Sailor Moon manga, a Sailor V manga, five TV series,
three movies, several video games, and LOTS of merchandise.
This page contains the following information.
This page is being organized by Hitoshi Doi (firstname.lastname@example.org) [RSS 2.0],
and contains contributions by the following people (in alphabetical order).
I'm sorry if I left anybody out.
- Arthur Barry
- Donny Chan
- Henry J. Cobb
- Andy Combs
- Stephen Congly
- Patrick James Conley
- Arthur David
- Robert DeLoura
- Gene Fornario
- Christian Gadeken
- Alex Glover
- Jason Hanlan
- Eric J. Henwood-Greer
- Titus Hsu
- Kenji Kato
- Richard Kim
- Akira Komatsuzaki
- Hadrien Lataste
- Gregory Lam
- Cynthia Ma
- Simon Ng
- Graig Olson
- Diego Ortiz
- Erika Passerini
- Esa A E Peuha
- Joe Petrow
- Samantha Pozzobon
- Jim Ramberg
- Lou Ries
- Masaya Shida
- Donald Simmons
- Michael Studte
- Iskandar Taib
- Alan Takahashi
- Ross TenEyck
- Kenny Toh
- Howard Tom
- Tiffany Tona
- Allen Tyner
- Howie Voigt
- John Yoon