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Sailor Moon 3 Paperback – January 17, 2012
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Fans of the the use of the Japanese names will be happy to know that this has followed through to the Black Moon clan, and we see 'Demando' instead of 'Diamond' and 'Chibi-Usa' rather than 'Rini'.
I was extremely happy to see the gorgeous color pages at the beginning of the volume, as these are beautifully detailed and painted. In a bit of fan-girl squeeing, I was also happy to see the use of the image showing the inner senshi paired with the four generals as well for a chapter image and use of Mamoru's actual abilities as Prince of the Earth.
This volume finishes off the first story arc of Sailor Moon and moves into the second arc concerning Chibi-Usa and the Dark Kingdom. It's been a while since I've read the TokyoPop versions, but I could notice a few things that seemed to be different in this volume. (For one, I don't remember seeing the DK crew vaporizing what appeared to be a young girl/teen.) It brings a darker tone to the series that the initial English releases never had.
I'm still absolutely loving the manga covers for the series so far. The artwork in general is gorgeous, but the covers look fantastic and are attractive to look at. (People unfamiliar with the series might not know what they're picking up, but odds are that anyone savvy with manga could give them a rough description of the series.)
Now something I want to mention in this review is that if you're more familiar with the anime version, you'll probably be wondering where the Ail and Ann story arc is and why it's not here. That's because the Doom Tree saga was an anime only story arc that was written so the manga could progress far enough for a second anime season to be made. (Depending on how much you liked this arc this will either be a good or bad thing.)
These volumes are thick! They are quickly read because there's not a ton of text on the pages but you'll sit and just look at the art after you've read the words. I don't want to put any spoilers in my review so I'll just say that this one picks up right where the last one left off, where the sailors are fighting Queen Beryl. In this volume we meet Chibi Usagi and the Black Moon Clan.
I love all the Serenity and Endymion art and was nearly in tears almost through the whole first half. A much more dramatic and satisfying conclusion than the television series in my opinion.
About to order Volume 4! I can't wait!
If you're a true moonie you'll know why the anime was different (the producers weren't sure if Sailor Moon was good enough for another season, so they didn't want to leave viewers hanging if it wasn't).
I love how this company releasing Sailor Moon made Chibi-Usa's character less braty than the Tokyo pop version. I only have manga 6-8, supers 1-2, and stars 1 though to base her character on, not the very first one introducing Chibi-Usa. Saying all those though sounds like enough to have an opninon though.
The only problem i had with this release beside a few funky translations was the binding was tight. Some of the pages looked like they were glued in too close to the spine, too, so I had to press down on the pages to catch the first letter of a word, but after one read through it looks readable now. That takes off one star for me.
By the way the color pages are great. I just wish there were more or the American version came with stickers like the Japanese do, at least that's what I read.
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slowly but surely I'm getting all of these. Great condition.Published 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great Installment in the Manga Series. It's great that they are finally releasing the manga in its original form with accurate translations and even the original format for manga.Published 9 months ago by James Vuong
Not much to say but my nieces love this book series - so did I when I was younger.Published 19 months ago by Japan Expert
Love this manga! Glad they reprinted it and corrected all the errors from the original US releasePublished 19 months ago by Drimeth