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ISBN:
1892213060
Author:
Naoko Takeuchi
Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mixx Entertainment Inc (April 1, 1999)
Pages:
171 pages
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1487 kb
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1772 kb
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1732 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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Sailor Moon Super S vol. 3 is an average chapter in the continuing saga of Bunny, Darien, and her sailor scout friends. Naoko Takeuchi's artwork is not as crisp as the previous volume. During the battle scenes it is confusing and difficult to figure out what is happening

Sailor Moon Super S vol. During the battle scenes it is confusing and difficult to figure out what is happening. The sound effects are odd and distracting: "float" (is that a sound?), "russle" (does she mean rustle?), "stickyyy," "bro broom," and one of the most puzzling, "hurrrl.

Tuxedo Mask gone bad?! As more of her closest allies fall under the power of the evil Queen Beryl, Usagi comes closer to discovering the truth behind her past. The stage is set for an all-out battle for the fate of Earth between the Sailor Guardians and the forces of evil. But when the dust settles, a little girl calling herself "Usagi" falls from the sky and right into the arms of Mamoru.

Naoko Takeuchi is a manga writer and artist who is best known for being the creator of Sailor Moon and Codename: Sailor V and several other manga such as Prism Time, Chocolate Christmas, Maria, The Cherry Project, Miss Rain, PQ Angels, Love Witch et. .

Naoko Takeuchi is a manga writer and artist who is best known for being the creator of Sailor Moon and Codename: Sailor V and several other manga such as Prism Time, Chocolate Christmas, Maria, The Cherry Project, Miss Rain, PQ Angels, Love Witch etc. Naoko Takeuchi was born on March 15, 1967 in Kofu, Japan to Kenji and Ikuko Takeuchi. She attended and graduated from Kyoritsu University, earning a degree in chemistry. She became a licensed pharmacist.

Naoko Takeuchi is a good artist, but she's a terrible sequential storyteller - it's almost impossible to make out whatever's happening on the page at any given moment, the scene changes are abrupt and don't connect to each other panel to panel, all the characters look the same and the dialogue does nothing to help you, it's all just.

The third instalment of this magical adventure series that sees girls fighting evil! Usagi Tsukino is a normal girl until she meets up with Luna, a talking cat, who tells her that she is Sailor Moon. As Sailor Moon, Usagi must fight evils and enforce justice, in the name of the Moon and the mysterious Moon Princess. She meets other girls destined to be Sailor Senshi (Sailor Scouts), and together, they fight the forces of evil!

Sailor Moon 3. Takeuchi, Naoko. Naoko Takeuchi lives in Tokyo, Japan. Sailor Moon, Volume 3. Book. 10. Sailor Moon Vol. 3 (Paperback).

Sailor Moon 3. Takeuchi's works have a wide following among anime and manga fans worldwide. Her most popular work, Sailor Moon, rose to become one of the most recognized manga and anime to date, and with this reissue, it has once again taken its place as one of the most popular manga in America. Seller Inventory BBS-9781935429760. Published by Kodansha America, Inc, United States (2012).

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Sailor Moon is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi. It was originally serialized in Nakayoshi from 1991 to 1997; the 60 individual chapters were published in 18 tankōbon volumes

Sailor Moon is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi. It was originally serialized in Nakayoshi from 1991 to 1997; the 60 individual chapters were published in 18 tankōbon volumes.

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A graphic novel offers the continuing adventures of Serena and her friends, who use the power of the moon and the planets, as the superhero Sailor Moon and her comrades, to find Princess Serenity and to battle the forces of evil
  • Conjulhala
I actually owned the first six volumes individually before purchasing this box set. As soon as I saw this set, I had to buy it. The box is really beautiful and perfect for storing these books. There is a difference of paper quality from the individual volumes, and each volume inside the box set is "Printed in Canada" whereas the individual volumes I own are "Printed in the United States." The paper quality feels cheaper and more flimsy, so they do have the potential to crease more readily than the individually purchased volumes.

However, all the contents are the same with colored pages in the first few pages, so if you are not picky about paper and the slight difference in printing as an effect of the paper quality, then it is really a nice set with stickers and a lovely storage box. Also, the only other problem I found is the first and last volumes of this set (#1 and #6) have a little dent on the corner cover, probably from the manufacturer inserting the books in the box, and the fact that the paper quality is thinner.
  • Linn
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, V. 11 by Naoko Takeuchi
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UGHHH. The last two books in this manga mess me up. The Sailor Star Lights are just so damn sad. This book in particular is mainly tragedy after tragedy after tragedy. But Chibi-Chibi finally appears! And we also get to see Chibi Usa in the future, along with her family, actually just living it up, which I think is pretty neat. Neptune cracks me up. Saturn brings me joy. (Ironically, too.) And Usagi—sniffles everywhere. As much as I enjoy Stars, it’s such a quick arc that it can feel rushed and a bit insane (but I also think that has a lot to do with Usagi’s state of mind). For the first half of the volume though, it’s really neat to see how every character has settled into a calm lifestyle, but as usual, that never lasts for long. A new enemy appears…and then the Sailor Star Lights come in.
Seiya is a fan favorite, but I really think this volume doesn’t cover enough of Seiya for me to love her just yet. (The next volume is a different story.) In fact, I really love Seiya in this volume just because of Haruka’s reactions. (Uranus.) Haruka in particular is a lot like Seiya, which makes sense considering they are all guardians but in separate sections of the Milky Way. This volume really makes you want to dream up of all the other guardians and possibilities out there…which brings me to my next point. I LOVE that the guardians are the enemies in the final arc of Sailor Moon. I love reading about how all the “lesser” guardians are jealous and want their own planet. I love the idea of these “protectors” finally snapping and wanting to be the ones that are protected. It adds a flawed dynamic to the series I wish Takeuchi could’ve explored for ten volumes. But alas, we have two. Two great ones. (And one left.) I’m going to cry. Onto the last volume!
~SAT
Recommended to: Sailor Moon fans (must read first 10 to understand this one), but you might enjoy Sailor Moon if you love female superheroes, galaxy-themed villains and mythology, and cheesy romance. This volume in particular also deals with severe denial and delusions.
Favorite panel: Seiya and Usagi: “I’m sorry. I didn’t…intend to hurt you…” Not only is it emotionally tense but it’s a moment of awakening for Usagi to face her trauma and fears. It’s the breaking point of the arc.
  • Usishele
I'm absolutely thrilled with my 3rd Sailor Moon manga volume! I've been reading scanned bits and pieces people have posted on the Internet for years and I'm so glad to finally be able to read the complete story. I did note some of the problems that others have mentioned, but I'm so glad to be able to read these for myself that I can easily look past it. While it would be so nice to have a perfect version, I am happy with what I've got.

These volumes are thick! They are quickly read because there's not a ton of text on the pages but you'll sit and just look at the art after you've read the words. I don't want to put any spoilers in my review so I'll just say that this one picks up right where the last one left off, where the sailors are fighting Queen Beryl. In this volume we meet Chibi Usagi and the Black Moon Clan.

I love all the Serenity and Endymion art and was nearly in tears almost through the whole first half. A much more dramatic and satisfying conclusion than the television series in my opinion.

About to order Volume 4! I can't wait!
  • net rider
I'm finally getting around to collecting volumes 2-5, and this is where the manga really starts to rock; at least until Chibiusa shows up (I like her but I think that the Black Moon and Infinity arcs are better in the anime). I reread the the first volume after watching Sailor Moon Crystal (which is very good), and while I still loved it I must confess it was definitely not as good as the anime, but this is where the manga really gives the anime a run for its money. The plot never lets up, and it's quite dark at some points. I will admit that I do think it could have more comedy, and at this point the only character we really get to know apart from Usagi and Mamoru is Minako. It's because of those points that I prefer the anime; but this is still an awesome volume that every Moonie should have in their collection.
  • SING
This is the best volume of Sailor Moon so far. We get to see how the Dead Moon Circus arc should have ended in all its glory. The only negative criticism is that Nehellenia's backstory isn't terribly original. It's just like Maleficent's story in Sleeping Beauty. I must confess I personally thought the anime's version was much better. But apart from that, everything else here is superior to the anime. The Amazoness Quartet are much better here, the Outer Sailors are present & to top it all off Tuxedo Mask actually helps finish off the villain. I think that last point I why I like it so much. I know he did that for the last arc but it's just so much cooler here. Anyways, this is my favorite arc of the manga, apart from the last one. That's right the next 2 volumes are even better. Join me next time when the manga goes out with a bang, not a whimper like the anime did.