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Sailor Moon


Created by Takeuchi Naoko in 1992, Sailor Moon (originally "Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon" or "Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon") was a "magical girls" anime - A tried-and-true formula, a team of girls blessed with magical powers of one sort or another chosen to protect the planet from whatever evil threatens it. (in Sailor Moon's case, teenage sailor-suited superheroines born and destined to protect the Earth from The Negaverse, an evil army of minions led through Queen Beryl) This series also played a key role in waking the North American world to the art of Anime, developing a vast cult following mere weeks after its debut on North American airwaves on August 28, 1995 on the YTV Network in Canada. The last TV episode aired in Japan on February 8, 1997, and the last manga was the February 1997 Nakayoshi. Sailor Moon was greatly missed. Since then the Sailor Moon TV series has been dubbed in over 11 languages and aired to a captive audience in over 18 countries.

Character Profiles


Mina / Minako Aino (Sailor Venus)
more to come...

Song Lyrics


Sailor Moon: Sailor Moon Theme
Sailor Moon: I Wanna Be A Star
Sailor Moon: My Only Love
Sailor Moon: Call My Name (And I'll Be There)
Sailor Moon: Oh Starry Night
Sailor Moon: It's A New Day
Sailor Moon: Carry On
Sailor Moon: Rainy Day Man
Sailor Moon: Only A Memory Away
Sailor Moon: Only A Memory Away - TV version
Sailor Moon: She's Got The Power
Sailor Moon: Sailor Moon Theme (Reprise)
Sailor Moon: The Power of Love
Sailor Moon: I Want Someone To Love
Sailor Moon: I Want To Hold Your Hand
Sailor Moon: Who Do You Think You Are?
Sailor Moon: Moonligth Densetsu
Sailor Moon: Daddy's Girl
Sailor Moon: Ai No Senshi
Sailor Moon: Nothing At All

MIDI Audio


My Only Love (DIC)
Melvin Theme (DIC)
Sailor Stars Transformation
more to come...

Futher Sailor Moon Resources


Sailor Moon FAQ By Ken Arromdee (arromdee@inetnow.net)

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