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Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: The Complete Collection

4.2 out of 5 stars 68 customer reviews

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Japanese Version with English Subtitles. Sailor Moon Sailor Stars is split into two arcs; the first arc deals with an enemy they thought was dead: Nehelenia, who comes back with one intention - to destroy everything that Sailor Moon loves. After they defeat Nehelenia, a new threat comes from beyond the solar system, along with a new senshi, the Sailor Starlights. But determining whether they are friend or foe is harder than it looks. And on top of that, Mamoru has gone overseas to study and Seiya of the idol group the Three Lights is interested in Usagi.

Product Description:
Audio: Japanese
Subtitles: English
Number of Discs: 4


Special Features

None.

Product Details

  • Actors: Kotono Mitsuishi
  • Directors: Takuya Igarashi
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Japanese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Studio: Toei
  • DVD Release Date: August 9, 2005
  • Run Time: 836 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CDFOFA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,384 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Kong Wei Chow on May 22, 2014
The announcement was made at Anime Central 2014 this past weekend. Viz Media has acquire the streaming rights as well as the home video rights for North America release. This include all 200 episodes of Sailor Moon. All three Sailor Moon movies. The never before release Sailor Stars and the newer release Sailor Crystal which will broadcast in Japan in July. Plus other Sailor Moon OVA musical shows which were never release in the US and Canada. All digital enhance and un-cut in Blu-rays and DVDs with a brand new English dubbing cast using the original Japanese names from the show. The release date for the home video is later this fall. The streaming of Sailor Moon season one with Japanese English subtitled can be scene on Neon Alley and Hulu Plus.
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Sorry-WRONG-this is not an officially sanctioned set-it's what most raving anime fans call a "bootleg"-but I disagree. Seeing as this particular season never made it to the us it's a viable option for those who don't feel like messing around with fansubs. Here's my take on it-the video is about 3.5 on a scale of 1 to 5-it's gotta be a laserdisc rip, it's soft and blurry-but the color balance is good, this is on 4 dvd9's-problem is they didn't use all 8 gigs of space available on the discs-the sound quality is about 4.2-pretty good-no noticeable hiss or distortion. The subs are excellent-I don't know what fansub script they used-but be aware that there are some missing lines on discs 3 & 4, not enough to seriously deter understanding what's being said-but enough to be irritating. All in all if you want to see Sailor Moon-Sailor Stars this is a very good way to do it. With the gender bending Sailor Starlights and the lesbian pairing of Uranus and Neptune preventing it from ever being licensed for general release here-but it sure would be nice if someone would. I wish Toei would get off their collective high horse and relicense it. Just don't get ripped off if you decide to buy this set-you shouldn't spend any more than 30 bucks for it.
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This is overall a great buy. Very rarely the picture gets a tiny bit shaky but it's no big deal. On some episodes a line or two of subtitle is missing here and there which is not really a big deal except for episode 18 which is missing quite a bit of lines however you still get the gist of the episode. I highly recommend this though the packaging is quite nice and it sure has hell beats watching a crappy pixelated mess on youtube.
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This IS a hong kong knock off DVD set, i should know because i bought the exact same thing on EBAY a few years ago.
Asside from the fact that this iS a bootleg item, it is done in a surprisingly high quality manner.
I had no playback problems with this set ever and very few problems with the subtitles, and i have watched it several times!

So , since this season will NEVER be released for any other market other than Japan, you can fell confident that
you will be able to enjoy the greatest season of Sailor Moon for years to come!
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By M on July 28, 2011
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My only complaint about Sailormoon Sailor Stars is that Chibi Usa/Minimoon came back... AGAIN. At this point, I was really sick of that little brat, but this season did have some cool characters (Sailor Galaxia, Princess Kakyuu, the Starlights, the Anima-Mates, etc...) so this season was pretty awesome. And it would have been much better without Minimoon, and I would have liked to see Sailor Cosmos make a full appearance, she looked really cool in the manga. Oh well. The only other real complaint was that the enemies' plot is almost exactly the same as it was in previous seasons (in this season, they want Star Seeds. In previous seasons it was stuff like Heart Crystals and the like) There's also some very nice animation in here, as opposed to the clunkiness of some of the work in the first season.
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I first started watching Sailor Moon as a child (like many people, it was my gateway into anime.) When I got older and realized there were five seasons, I was ecstatic! That is, until I realized that it had never been dubbed in our country. And so I knew I would have to go to the "underbelly" of the anime world, go against my morals, and buy a bootleg.

And, despite my initial worries, I was pleasantly surprised!
The packaging itself is wonderful, not even my fellow anime loving friends could tell it was a bootleg at first. The only big packagaing tipoff is, in a little section on the back cover that lists character's names, Artemis is misspelled as Aramis.

Unlike official anime releases, which give you the scene selection choice of Opening, Part A, Part B, and Ending, this only gives you a very simplistic episode selection with the title cards, which are unforunately in Japanese. So unless you can read the characters, you'll have to do what I did and print an episode list off a fansite, or Wikipedia. You also have to hit the menu button on a couple of the dvds, as they start playing automatically.

Another little issue is occasional problems with the subtitles, which is most heavily present in three episodes. Firstly in "A Farewell and an Encounter! The Destiny of Flowing Stars", the last episode to feature Nehelenia. The subtitles for the last bit of the episode start playing as the senshi are reforming her, so while she's talking about wanting to start over, you see subtitles underneath talking about her falling asleep. If I hadn't seen these screencapped beforehand, I wouldn't have known what was going on. Secondly in "A Storm at School! Transfer Students are Idols", the episode where the football player becomes a Phage.
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