quarta-feira, 2 de maio de 2012

''Sailor Moon''

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The Sailor Moon manga is the shojo genre, more specifically, mahou shoujo. The main series was published in the magazine Nakayoshi (Kodansha) from 1992 to 1997. The parallel stories were published in the magazine Run Run from the same publisher.The creator, Naoko Takeuchi, had the idea because he wanted to create a series on the space girls. His editor asked him to put them emsailor fuku [1], a traditional Japanese school uniform early twentieth century, which resulted in Codename wa Sailor V, which is considered a preview of Sailor Moon. When that manga was chosen to become an anime, Takeuchi decided to merge it with elements of gênerosentai, particularly the concept of a team of five heroes, turning the manga Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon with a new main character. So, Usagi and her friends came. After the end of the first series, Takeuchi was surprised when asked to continue to write it, which gave rise to the following four arcs of the story [2].
Originally, the manga spanned 18 volumes, but in 2003 the Naoko relaunched in 12 volumes, in a version called "Renewal". The story is the same, only the art and some lines were changed. There are five main arches in the manga that are:
Arc Sailor MoonPresents Sailor Moon and the warriors of the Solar System internal (Inner Senshi), as well as the main storyline for the series.Corresponds to the first anime series and also the television series (live action).Black Moon ArcBring Chibiusa, Crystal Tokyo, Sailor Pluto and the possible future of the characters. Was the original ending of the series before asking for a continuation of Kodansha Takeuchi. Corresponds to the second arc of the second part of the anime.Infinity ArcEnter Sailor Uranus, Sailor Neptune and Sailor Saturn.Corresponds to the third part of the anime.Arc DreamIntroduces the concept of Sailor Crystals (Crystal Sailors).Corresponds to the fourth part of the anime.Arco StarsExplores the origins of the Sailor Senshi and presents many new warriors in distant parts of the galaxy. Corresponds to the fifth part of the anime.


As is tradition in Japan, the
 animated version follows the lines of the manga, being the same gender and having a few different characters. It has 200 episodes divided into five phases: SailorMoon, which comprises the first 46 episodes, Sailor Moon R("Return"), the episode 47-89, Sailor Moon S (Super), episodes 90-127, Sailor Moon SuperS (Super Senshi), episodes 128-166 and Sailor Moon Stars chapters comprising 167-200.
The production took direction (realization) of Junichi Sato who also directed another anime Kaleidostar relative success. Curiously,Kazuko Tadano, designer of characters in the series, said at the end of the first phase (Sailor Moon) thousands of Japanese mothers called to the studios wondering if there would be sequels,worried about their daughters who no longer fed properly and welladdition, many cuts were required for display in the United States, including last of all of the series.
In Brazil, was screened by Network Headline, Rede Record and Cartoon N
etwork. Some episodes of the phases and R Classic hascome out on VHS and DVD by Flashstar. The S phase dfoireleased on DVD in 2011 by CD & DVD Factory.
In 2009, Toei began negotiations to relaunch the world of SailorMoon. The official reestreia happened on September 1, noAnimaxJapan, and then followed for the rest of the world. Italy was the 1st country (excluding Japan) to redisplay the anime. After the relaunchwent to Albania, Mexico, Peru, Portugal and some Latin American countries. The U.S. version was re-licensed, this time in the hands of Funimation, which holds the rights to Dragon Ball Kai in the West.

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