What's next for the Sailor Moon franchise?

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Sep 6, 2014
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You know one of the things that would be changed in american adaption would be that Ami/Amy would not be in the same grade as the rest of girls. Because in Japan high IQ students are rarely moved up grades before the other students and instead are just given extra studies but in the US it's opposite.

This actually has a lot of potential storylines for Ami/Amy in High School, maybe she goes to the same school as Mamoru/Darrien and they are classmates?
I feel like they would have some sort of explanation that she was kept in her own grade by her mom so she could learn to socialize with her own peers but also have her take college classes on the side.
 

ChibiNehellenia

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Seira Hazuki

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If there's any anime I would love Sailor Moon to take an idea form it would be...

POTENTIAL SPOILERS FOR THE HIGURASHI: WHEN THEY CRY SERIES:

Spoiler: show

If we can't have a true sequel and are doomed to have countless reboots, why not have a reboot that's actually stealth sequel like Higurashi When They Cry Gou? I feel like there's an angle to do this with the Galaxy Cauldron in the manga and the implication that Sailor Guardians are reborn a countless times which makes me think of the idea of the entire series being an eternal recurrence. It would very meta to have a series where the girls fight against the Dark Kingdom, Black Moon Clan, Death Busters, etc. but appear to have some awarenesss of events that they can't seem to understand why, or have the enemies be a bit smarter knowing full well how they were defeated in the past?

I don't know if what I'm saying makes any sense. ^_^'

 

Seira Hazuki

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I doubt it'll happen but I would love a new original manga story arc. The manga artwork is just so beautiful.
I really can't see Naoko continuing the manga considering the last series she did was more than ten years ago. But considering she and her husband are both famous mangaka, what are the chances one of her kids will one day pick up the pen and continue the series? It'd be especially fitting if they penned Chibiusa's adventures in Crystal Tokyo.
 

Onuzim Ima

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"I had thought an ordinary Junior High School would be okay, but it seems to be influencing you."
:eek: Seriously? OF COURSE it influences her, and often in a quite positive way. In your face, Helicopter Mom! Don't you dare to raise another Generation of stiff, uptied, tighta***d, yes-saying, friendless, unhappy, work/rules-obsessed Textbook Example Medicine Women. :angry:

That's the kind of response :ami: should've thrown at her. Period.
 

Thexall

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Oct 16, 2020
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No offense if you like her, but I find her almost the opposite of Usagi
She's not a bad actress, but hot damn she's unlikable
If she's a good actor, she should have an easy time to play a role like Usagi. Good actors have a wide range. My personal favourite example is Walter Koenig: in Star Trek TOS, he was an extremely insecure Navigator that constantly made up stories. In Babylon 5, however, he was a psi cop with strong Schutz Staffel qualities.