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Sailor Moon: Season 1 Part 2 (Blu-ray/DVD)

Sailor Moon: Season 1 Part 2 (Blu-ray/DVD)

BY VIZ MEDIA

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The epic season 1 conclusion of the timeless anime, "Sailor Moon!" Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury and Sailor Mars continue their quest for the Legendary Silver Crystal as two new powerful allies join the fight. Sailor Jupiter is the tall and tough Guardian of Thunder, and Sailor Venus is the Guardian of Love and the most experienced member. Sailor Moon herself gets an impressive new power and learns more about the mysterious Tuxedo Mask. Could their distant past be intertwined, and does that have anything to do with the Moon Princess they seek? The final ordeal with Queen Beryl looms on the horizon, and it will take everything the Sailor Guardians have to be victorious! Includes Episodes 24-46. "Sailor Moon Day" Highlights, Art Gallery, "Ax Sailor Moon" Panel, Offical Cosplay Teams Interview, Featurette: "Moonlight Memories, Pt.1". Languages: English and Japanese; Subtitles: English. see more...

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Sailor Moon: Season 1 Part 2 (Blu-ray/DVD)
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Aije T.
Aije T.
Miami, FL
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Review for: Sailor Moon: Season 1 Part 2 (Blu-ray/DVD)
This second part of the first season comes with a shiny slipcase. You can just barely fit it into the box that comes supplied with the Limited Edition of the first part. Viz seems to have given effort in making a faithful dub for this new dub, but like the first set- the saturated colors on this "master" are horrendous. Compared to the Australian release with the same English dub, it looks like garbage. It's a really sad shame, because most moonies are old enough to know when something just isn't quite right with the "remastering" viz claims to have done. Don't buy it on BluRay if you have the choice to buy the DVD-only version, it looks exactly the same on both.
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