I know it will never happen and might not be well-received by most but I would watch an entire film or OAV of Sailor Moon that dealt with the past on the Moon and the Inners and Princess Serenity as children.
The chick who could turn into bats in Season 1 was one of the spookiest youma.
I really do miss the old youma of classic. They were monsters who you wouldn't even expect to find in the series because they were. So terrifying. Most could easily pass for something in horror anime.
I'm 50/50. Kill some, redeem a few. The only problem is that I'm greedy and would have wanted to see them in other seasons. Like Phantom Sisters in Dream or something.. take their Dream mirrors or something just to know they still exist..lol
I wonder what the process is for doing the eyes of the Eternal movie. I've been e er so curious about them. Like there is gradient (smidgen of purple it looks like) in Usagi's eyes that I really like.
Tadano did a really good job with the eyes. I really am digging the way they look distinct in...
Hmm, isn't this the first time we've seen Sailor Moon in original sailor uniform in this style? Something about it looks different? Maybe the colors or the brooch?
Also, the shot of the Senshi....They all look so pretty! I love it!
Of course Crystal has characterization. You can clearly see that in Sailor Moon/Usagi most definitely but for the Inners....compared to the 90's it is quite lacking but that's not to say it's nonexistent.
The 90's just had more episodes to explore the Inners (Classic and R seasons).
A part of...
Yep. Any magical girl that can spin a wand like a helicopter, I'd consider at least cable of welding a sword.
Heck in her Eternal form she doesn't even use her hands at all.
Usagi/Sailor Moon is dangerous.
I for one have been very vocal about the impact of this movie, much more, Sailor Moon's iconic status in Japan, and it hasn't even touched overseas yet.
Considering it is an older franchise, with older content you can easily look up, it getting released and ranking among newer titles and films...