Sailor Moon MMF: Final Day Links

It’s the end! Thank you all so much for your participation!

Just one link today: Jason Yadao examines his history with the series, and reminds us of that half-dubbed Mixx translation once more. :)

Again, special thanks to everyone who participated and promoted this MMF! It was a blast hosting it. And don’t forget the next MMF, hosted by Experiments in Manga, focusing on Usamaru Furuya. Details are here. I’ll be writing about Short Cuts!

Sailor Moon MMF: Day 5 Links

There’s more activity for Day 5, with several new links.

Ash Brown reviews the first volume of Sailor Moon, and finds the story a bit unfocused, but is charmed by the characters. There’s also a competition at that site to win the first volume!

Animemiz is another long-time fan, and discusses her ongoing love for the series.

Margaret Emma gives us an essay on how Sailor Moon opened life up for her, and the lessons she takes from it on love and friendship.

Crystal Lewis takes a closer look at Usagi, and talks about the anime sometimes exaggerating her bad points.

And speaking of the anime and its influence, I take a look at Mamoru, Chibi-Usa and Rei and the changes they made – some quite significant! – going from page to screen.

Lastly, the Manga Bookshelf team had an ongoing discussion about the first volumes of both Sailor Moon and Sailor V.

Some fantastic articles here. Get to reading!

Sailor Moon MMF: Day Two and Three Links

After a flurry of links for Day One, it’s been quieter lately, likely as most contributors are recovering from Christmas.

Kate Dacey reviews the first Sailor V manga, finding it suits its intended age group perfectly.

I take a look at the Senshi of Time, Sailor Pluto, and also compare how villains are treated in the anime when compared with the manga.

The MMF is still going on – keep those contributions coming!