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Sailor Moon 10 Paperback – March 26, 2013
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believe that is his name)who was an astronaut in training but he's sick and didn't make it through the training so now he's just an astronomer. Luna begins to fall in love with him after he treats her like a princess and talks to her about his dreams and fears. But for some reason his health is getting a lot worse, and Luna doesn't know what to do. It turns out that an evil force is after him and the planet after he had found a mysterious piece of rock that landed on Earth....So what can Luna do? Well you'll have to read to find out. I know some people are kind of skeptical on the whole idea of a cat being in love with a human man, but if you have read some of the manga and watched some of the series you'll understand that Luna is NOT an ordinary cat, after all she can talk and actually understand some pretty complicating stuff that would put Serena to shame( sorry Serena, you know I love you!!) Anyway I enjoyed it (more than the movie) It was sweet and for the most part it's probably the lightest one in the series, meaning that there weren't no continuing battles or no heart wrenching scenes. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!!!!
Dream 7, Mirror Dream
Dream 8, Elysion Dream
Dream 9, Dead Moon Dream
Dream 10, Princess Dream
Dream 11, Earth and Moon Dream
The fourth arc is always controversial when it comes to Sailormoon fans. Some hate the anime adaption, SuperS, and some people also don't like the original story. I think it's one of the better arcs in both the anime and manga, but since this is for reviewing the manga, I'll stick to that.
The good thing about this arc is it moves fast, there's never a dull moment (to me). Nehelenia and the rest of the Dead Moon Circus aren't nearly as funny and quirky as their anime counterparts, in this tale they play dirty and would in the words of Shane Botwin "kill you... and then laugh".
The new translator, Mari who did a great job for Vol. 9, did this one as well, thankfully. Some of the dialog seemed strange because I doubt the Silver Millennium was in anyway Shakespearean.
The stars of this arc are Usagi, Chibiusa and Mamoru; every one else gets their own "scene", so there wasn't any character neglect, in fact even Luna, Artemis and Diana evolve.
I was really struck by how much the characters have matured over the course of the series. Usagi is and always will be a bit of an immature crybaby, but she's far less likely to shirk off her duties than she would have in earlier volumes. This is pretty evident in one scene where she's slapped to conciousness and rather than cry or get mad, she turns her attention to the crisis at hand. It's a maturity that the television series didn't entirely give her, which hammers in how different the anime and manga are from each other at times. (Not that I hate the anime, mind you.)
I was also pretty surprised that I didn't absolutely hate Chibi-Usa in this volume. She's the type of character that can be fairly grating at times, but like the others, she also matures over time. Her interactions with Helios are sweet and are sure to be endearing for a lot of people. What's interesting is that I remember hearing at one point that Chibi-Usa was to have her own spin-off series and I can see in this volume where rumors (true or false) would have something to back them up.
If you've loved the series so far, you'll like this volume. I have to say that I still view SuperS as the weakest arc of the series as a whole, but I like how well this was handled in Kodansha's hands. Then again, if I can say something is weak but still love it enough to give it five stars, that says something for the strength of the series as a whole.