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Author Naoko Takeuchi
Publisher Kodansha
English publisher United States Tokyopop
Other publishers:
France Editions Montjoie and Glénat
Hungary Semic Interprint
Germany Egmont Manga & Anime
Poland Japonica Polonica Fantastica
Malaysia Comics House
Demographic Shōjo
Magazine Nakayoshi, Run Run
English magazine United States Mixxzine, Smile
Original run 1991 – April 1997
Volumes 18 (List of volumes)
TV anime
Director Junichi Sato
Studio Toei Animation
Network TV Asahi
English network Australia ABC, 7, Ten, Fox Kids Australia

Canada YTV, Global, TVA
Republic of Ireland Fox Kids
New Zealand TV2
United Kingdom Fox Kids, ITV
United States USA Network, Cartoon Network, Syndication, NBC
Other networks:
Argentina Magic Kids

Austria ORF1
Belgium VT4
Brazil Rede Manchete, Cartoon Network, Rede Record
Bulgaria Nova Television
Chile Chilevisión, Etc...TV
Croatia Nova TV
Dominican Republic Antena Latina
Estonia Kanal 2
Finland SubTV
France TF1
Germany ZDF, RTL II, Sat.1, Tele 5
Greece ANT1, Star Channel
Hong Kong TVB
Hungary RTL Klub
Indonesia Indosiar
Italy Canale 5, Italia 1, Rete 4
Kazakhstan Rakhat TV
South Korea KBS 2
Lithuania LNK
Malaysia TV2
Mexico Azteca 7, Televisa Canal 5
Netherlands Yorin
Philippines ABC 5
Poland Polsat, Polsat 2
Portugal SIC, TVI
Romania TVR 1
Russia 2X2, TNT
Spain Antena 3, K3 Catalonia, Canal Sur Andalusia, Televisión de Galicia
Sweden TV4, Kanal 5
Switzerland SF 1
Thailand MCOT
Turkey ATV, TRT
Ukraine Novyi Kanal
Venezuela Televen
Original run March 7, 1992 – February 27, 1993
Episodes 46 (List of episodes)

In his 2007 book Manga: The Complete Guide Jason Thompson gave the manga series 3 / 5 stars. He enjoyed the blending of shōnen and shōjo styles, stating that the combat scenes seemed heavily influenced by Saint Seiya, but shorter and less bloody, and noting that the manga itself appeared similar to Super Sentai television shows. While Thompson found the series fun and entertaining, the repetitive plot lines were a detriment to the title which the increasing quality of art could not make up for; even so, he still states that the series is "sweet, effective entertainment".

James Welker believes that Sailor Moon's futuristic setting helps to make lesbianism "naturalised" and a peaceful existence. Yukari Fujimoto notes that although there are few "lesbian scenes" in Sailor Moon, it has become a popular subject for yuri parodic dojinshi. She attributes this to the source work's "cheerful" tone, although she notes that "though they seem to be overflowing with lesbians, the position of heterosexuals is earnestly secured".


Video games
Main article: Sailor Moon video games

More than twenty Sailor Moon console and arcade games have appeared in Japan, all based on the anime series. Bandai and a Japanese game company called Angel (unrelated to the American-based Angel Studios, as of 2010 known as Rockstar San Diego) made most of them, with some produced by Banpresto. The early games were side-scrolling fighters, whereas the later ones were unique puzzle games, or versus fighting games. Another Story was a turn-based role-playing game.

The only Sailor Moon game produced outside of Japan, 3VR New Media's The 3D Adventures of Sailor Moon, went on sale in North America in 1997.

Sailor Moon 1
Sailor Moon 1
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Sailor Moon 2
Sailor Moon 2
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Sailor Moon 3
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