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by K. J. Keiji Karvonen,Joel Baral,Naoko Takeuchi

Download Meet Sailor Mars : Fire: Sailor Moon Scout Guide eBook
ISBN:
1892213281
Author:
K. J. Keiji Karvonen,Joel Baral,Naoko Takeuchi
Category:
Comics & Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mixx Entertainment Inc; Collectors edition (January 1, 2000)
Pages:
93 pages
EPUB book:
1573 kb
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1872 kb
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1905 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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638


Ships from and sold by GreenIceMedia. I would NOT recommend this book to die-hard Sailor Moon fans looking for information they don't already know, because this book, like I said, is basically just stuff taken from the TV series. CAUTION: This book contains very mature content, and should not be freely read by children under twelve or thirteen.

The complete Manual about Sailor Mars, the Scout with the power of fire! All the secrets about Raye: her origin, how she transforms into Sailor Mars . Meet Sailor Mars - Fire. Book in the Sailor Moon Scout Guide Series).

The complete Manual about Sailor Mars, the Scout with the power of fire! All the secrets about Raye: her origin, how she transforms into Sailor Mars, and even he. .

Takeuchi, Naoko; Karvonen, K. J. Keiji; Baral, Joel

Takeuchi, Naoko; Karvonen, K. Keiji; Baral, Joel. Published by Mixx Entertainment Inc. ISBN 10: 1892213281 ISBN 13: 9781892213280.

Meet Sailor Mars book. Meet Sailor Mars: Fire. Sailor Moon Scout Guide by. Naoko Takeuchi, Joel Baral. Jam-packed with cool bios, fun facts, and secrets, each of the books in this new collection is devoted to an individual Sailor Scout and is filled with the best art and scenes taken directly from the highly rated Sailor Moon cartoon.

This download is of Meet Sailor Mars: FIRE, one of the Sailor Moon Scout Guides published by Tokyopop in the .

This download is of Meet Sailor Mars: FIRE, one of the Sailor Moon Scout Guides published by Tokyopop in the 2000s. These are English translations of the Nakayoshi Pretty Soldiers Official Fan Books; the accuracy is pretty hit and miss throughout.

Rei Hino, better known as Sailor Mars (セーラーマーズ, Sērā Māzu), is a fictional character in the Sailor Moon manga series written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi. In the series, Rei is her sailor form's alternative human identity as part of the Sailor Soldiers, female supernatural fighters who protect the Solar System from evil. Rei is the second Sailor Soldier to be discovered by Usagi. She possesses powers associated with fire, the Ofuda charm, and psychic clairvoyance

Mars Snake Fire is a fire/flame-related attack performed by Sailor Mars in the manga, stage musicals, Crystal, and video games. In the manga, this attack was first used against Eudial in Act 28.

Mars Snake Fire is a fire/flame-related attack performed by Sailor Mars in the manga, stage musicals, Crystal, and video games. To perform the attack, Sailor Mars created a snake made of fire and sent it toward her enemy. Sailor Mars first uses this attack in Episode 29 against Eudial, but Eudial seemed to have thrown back the attack at her and Sailor Jupiter.

Sailor Mars: Fire - 1st printing. Learn the ins and outs of Sailor Moon's best friends, the Sailor Scouts! Filled with vibrant images, origins, transformations and special power galleries, day-off activities, and best quotations, fans will relive the Sailor Scouts greatest moments in these full-color keepsakes! Softcover, 5-in. 96 pages, full color. Sailor Moon Scout Guide Meet Sailor Mars Fire SC (1999 Mixx) Tags: Sailor Moon Scout Guide. Published 1999 by Mixx Entertainment.

List of Sailor Moon characters. The Sailor Moon manga series features an extensive cast of characters created by Naoko Takeuchi. The series takes place in Tokyo, Japan, where the Sailor Guardians (セーラー戦士, Sērā Senshi), a group of ten magical girls, are formed to combat an assortment of antagonists attempting to take over the Earth, the Solar System, and the Milky Way galaxy.

Introduces Sailor Mars, a companion of Sailor Moon, and one of a group of teenage girls who transform into superheroes to defeat the forces of evil.
  • Anaginn
Had this when I was younger and still love it!
  • Orll
Uh..Well,When I bought this book, I was a little disapointed. I mean there are kinda of a lot of mistakes in this book. Like,for example, in the back of the book there is a picture of Sailor Mars dieing and what did Mixx decide to put? "I "fainted" when I was fighting the Doom and Gloom( I know I'm getting off the subject but didn't Dic already use that name for another enemy??)girls and when I "fainted" I was thinking of "Chad"!!" I mean, if your gonna say ANYTHING about the fight in the first season of Sailor Moon,or anything about Sailor Moon,shouldn't you just tell the TRUTH instead of LIE?! Sure,they might wanna change it scince little kids probally can't handle seeing ALL of the senshi die,but it happens and stuff like that could even show that not EVERYONE is imortal. Maybe . But anyway,don't get this book unless you need space fillers in your anime collection or if you just are desparate and need to look at pictures.
Happy Reading!!:)
P.S. Did I mention there are a ton of more mistakes then the one I explained?
  • melody of you
I am an avid Sailor Moon fan and so I buy anything and everything I can. I bought this book for twelve dollars, which is an absurd amount of money for such a small thing. The book contained nothing new to me, there were spelling errors and some captions did not pertain to the actual picture. I would not reccomend buying this book, it is a complete waste of money, and believe me I've spent enough money on Sailor Moon stuff to know when something is good and when something is bad. This is bad.
  • DART-SKRIMER
I think something is seriously wrong with Mixx. Do they not have an editor or clean-up crew? I am sick and tired of their haphazard work. Of course, they had to Americanize it. All the names and terms were changed to the English version (Negaverse, Andrew). Except for the Outer Senshi. Thank God this book came out before S and Super S were dubbed. They make so many freaking mistakes it's not funny. They call Eudial "Yujiaru", and in the Jupiter book they called her "Yujiasu." Neither of those is correct. It's just "Eudial"! They mix Japanese terms with English ones. They call the Black Moon the "Dead Moon." They call Usagi Bunny, then they call her Serena. There are simple spelling and grammatical errors. Also, when they translated the Sailor Moon manga, they kept the villain names the same. They kept "Dark Kingdom", well, "Dark Kingdom." So, in this book, why did they call the Dark Kingdom the "Negaverse" (A cheesy DiC translation)? Remember the part in the last episode (about) where the Sailor Senshi DIED? Well, they have Mars' "death" in here, along with a pic, but what does it say? "When we fought the DD girls, I fainted. And when I fainted I thought about Chad." What the heck! She sounded like a third-grader or something! And that information is not correct. When they fought, she DIED, along with Venus, Jupiter, and Mercury (Moon followed suite later). And when she died, she was encouraging Sailor Moon to fight and win, she was NOT thinking about Chad (Who should be Yuuchirou. Or however you spell it.) They also have this thing where they tell about Rei's best five episodes. They put the screencaps and text under or beside the pictures, telling the story. Well, translated into English they make it very hard to read. And, they don't reverse it, so you'll be reading it backward, not having a clue what's going on. They also screw up when naming Mars' attacks and transformations. "Mars Fire Ignition"? "Mars Power Transform"? Okay then, then why in the Jupiter book (or Venus) they put, "Jupiter Power, Make-Up!" The "Make-Up" was only in the Japanese anime. So again, we have a senseless mix-up of Japanese and English terms. They should have just kept the Japanese names and terms, but no, they had to go with DiC's horrible translation. And then we have the book size and name. In Japan, they were oringinally called "Fanbooks." Mixx had to rename them "Scout Guides." -_- Also, I'm sure that the Japanese versions were a lot bigger. The Mixx version is SMALL! If you know how big an issue of "Disney Adventures" is, that's the size of this "Scout Guide." I was appalled at the price. Thirteen bucks for something this small,cheap, and sloppy? I really wish I could read Japanese, cause I would get the original one in a heartbeat. I would get this book ONLY if you know all the original terms and names, so it won't matter.
  • Fenrikasa
I am a Sailor Mars fan so I enjoyed seeing the pictures and reading the stats. Basically my problem is that I don't think the book was edited thoroughly. You had to read about the pictures from right to left; otherwise they were out of order. It seemed to change point-of-views without letting you know it was doing so. Sometimes Raye was talking, other times Serena, and then the author. Also the stats weren't necessarily facts as they were Raye's comments about the subject i.e. her weight and Chad. But it is a cute book and good for any Mars fan, and despite the problems I stated above, I enjoyed it.
  • Garr
I have this book and love it!! I am so happy I got it because it tells me all there is to know about Sailor Mars like, her favorite colors, her secret powers and many nore. I give it five stars for sure!
  • Saithinin
All those people who were like: "Oh these books are great and awesome and you get so much information." No, no, no. These little scout guides are just horrible. I'll admit they're attractive but 56% of all information is all wrong and backwards. Mixxine couldn't seem to pick whether to translate it from the Japanese version or English version. They constantly throw you a different name over the same villian, supporting character, and so and so. And Mars' binder looks sooooooo tacky being blank. Whoever translated these also got statements mixed up on different pictures and often would REPEAT the same statement. I'm sorry but these things are just-"uf." I think they're really cute though but they just seem so rushed and quick paced to even focus correctly on the information. Just another Mixxine "you-wouldn't-know-the-difference" money scandle. These books are NOT all that. Try the orginal if you can ever find them.