- Sailor Moon’s old and new transformation scene -

Am I the only one who thinks that the new one looks actually *worse* compared to the old one???



What the fuck? Usagi looked like a person in the original, with an expressive face and a body that looked pretty “normal” for an anime.

Now she looks like a lifeless doll with creepy thin proportions.

I guess I’ll stick with the original.

Wow, that henshin sequence is fucking abysmal. I already thought the new character designs and especially the overall decisions made with color for the new series were really disappointing and lacking in any real expression, but damn. That’s awful.

I just do not understand why they made the sequence cgi….It’s just so apparent that they are working so hard on making it /pretty/ that it is really backfiring and just looks awkward and overdone. I understand they want it to stand apart from the original but from what I’ve seen it’s bordering on the ridiculous.

they’ve really lost sight of what anime is. pushing reality. things dont have to make sense and thats why anime looks so fantastic. 3d you have to conform yourself to reality because it is a real model, you cant just draw anything anywhere and everything is attached properly. getting dynamic angles that distort to no end but look really cool… you cant do that in 3d and have such popping timing and blah blah.

im really dissapointed they took it 3d…


Simple chemistry.

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oh yeah i also drew a really messy picture of sailor moon i’m not even ashamed

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Bosozoku Sailor Scouts

Created by Babs Tarr

Last day to buy these prints!

Available from Etsy

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Words cannot express how badly I want to be Jupiter.

Reblogging for all my friends that are currently eager for new Sailor Moon stuff. Enjoy.

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these two <333

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プリンセスのために…。 by シャボム

One of the most beautiful Sailor Moon pieces I’ve ever seen

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The ever-popular Sailor Moon is getting a reboot series this year - figured I’d do an illustration to celebrate. Also: warning of a fandom rave below.

Truth be told, I first saw commercials for Sailor Moon’s dolls when I was about 11 years old, so my interest was piqued from the tidbits of animation they showed. And then discovered it was on extremely early in the morning before going to elementary school. I became obsessed with it because it had that wonderful story-line that we the viewer (or reader, in some cases) can easily put ourselves in. Reminiscent of Spider-Man for guys, or for more broader, recent references to all: Harry Potter.

It got dark, fast. There were certainly hilarious things about it that I can think are absol-freakin-lutely crazy like a masked man in a tuxedo/cape combo that spouted lines of random poetry whenever he arrived to the scene.  But for the most part, it was about an average, everyday person, suddenly being thrown into something that no matter what, they had to deal with the situation that required insurmountable determination and bravery. They were given this great power and responsibility. It just screams coming of age/adolescence, and going forth into adulthood.

But for me, as a kid, all I wanted was to get to age 14, which was how old Sailor Moon was, and just hope and pray that a weird cat with a crescent moon was going to hop through my window and change my life forever. I wanted the cool costumes, and the flashy transformation sequences, and the powerful abilities (that you had to shout aloud). I just didn’t think about the realistic consequences.  I mean, the thing about this girl was she wasn’t incredible in any way. She failed tests, made awful tasting food, tripped over her own feet, cried when she scraped her knees, and didn’t look where she was going so she ran into telephone poles, and so on. I mean, this was the savior of the world, she was given this immense responsibility. It shows at one point that she didn’t even want it anymore but she turns around and steps up to the challenge to continue taking up the helm, because she has to do it.

When I got past age 14, I started thinking that maybe, just maybe, I didn’t want that cat to come through my window.  Adolescence already has so many extras added on to make life so troublesome. …As an adult, I still want that flashy transformation sequence and attack though.


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kevin wada´s take on x-men, pokémon and sailor moon

dude ill fucking buy these prints. too cool

Well, these are gorgeous.


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