Is there a Sailor Venus in the series Sailor Moon?
Yes, her name is Mina in the English version and Minako in Japanese. She used to be Sailor V (from Serena/Usagi's comic books) and somehow became Sailor Venus. She wears an orange and white sailor suit and has long blonde hair with a red ribbon in it.
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There are five Sailor Moon series (or seasons): 1) Sailor Moon (sometimes called "Classic") 2) Sailor Moon R (two parts; for the first part, the "R" stood for "Returns,"… and in the second, it's said to stand for "Romance") 3) Sailor Moon S (where the "S" stands for "Super") 4) Sailor Moon SuperS (where the second "S" most likely stands for "Senshi") 5) Sailor Moon Sailor Stars The last series/season was never dubbed or officially subtitled for release in English, but fansubs of the original Japanese do exist.
Very good question actually. There has already been 5 seasons and many hope for a 6th-- as do I but that's all up to Naoko Takeuchi the creator... She has all rights. R…ight now sailor moon is coming back globally but as for a new season.. it's possible.. Many Moonies have made trailers of a new season but there is no offical word-- although it's in talks. As for a new Sailor moon SERIES all together-- maybe. Maybe they'll have it like sailor moon next generation and have it be like sailor mini moon focused... who knows.
Sailor Moon is always the princess and the scouts have to protecttheir princess but in the live action sailor venus acts like she isthe princess to distract the enemy
Sailor Moon Sacrifice is a fanmade "serie" (with footages from Sailor Moon Classic to Stars) created by Kaosu Studios :)
Yes she does but she comes back to life with the rest of the Sailor Scouts.
Yeah it has but do you know about all the continuations and the live action series, if you watch all the series from the beginning you'll probz cry at the end like me lol. The… plot spans five major story arcs , each of them represented in both the manga and anime, usually under different names:(watch the seasons in this order check wiki 4 more info but beware of spoilers!) . the Dark Kingdom arc ( Sailor Moon ) . the Black Moon arc ( Sailor Moon R ) . the Death Buster arc ( Sailor Moon S ) . the Dead Moon arc ( Sailor Moon Supers ) . the Stars arc ( Sailor Stars ) The anime added an additional minor arc at the start of the second series, and spent the first few episodes of Sailor Stars wrapping up the plot from the previous series. and then the live action series in japanese. ENJOY!! There are also several fan projects and even some original animations surfacing on youtube continuing the series from the end of Stars.
In the animated series, Sailor Moon has three distinct, separately-named forms: her original, which we see through Sailor Moon seasons 1-3, Super Sailor Moon, which we see in …part of Season 3 and 4, and Eternal Sailor Moon, which we see in part of Season 4 and Season 5. In the manga, a possible fourth form, separate from the "Sailor Moon" lineage, is Sailor Cosmos. Her origins are intentionally vague, even when series creator Takeuchi was asked about it in interviews; Chibiusa's Senshi Team from the future, the former Amazon Quartet, see Sailor Chibi-Chibi transform into this Sailor Cosmos, and ask if she is "the future Sailor Moon." Cosmos refers to herself as "the me from this time," and occasionally will use the third-person (Usagi, Eternal Sailor Moon)--not as one would if she were referring merely to her past self (me, the other me, my younger self, etc). Furthermore, Cosmos doesn't undergo any harmful effects (such as the duplication paradox Sailor Moon and Neo Queen Serenity were warned of in their near-meeting toward the end of the Black Moon arc in the manga), which implies Cosmos, while she may be related to Usagi, Sailor Moon, or Serenity in some way, is not actually the same physical body that Usagi is. It is worth noting that in the anime, Chibi-Chibi has an entirely different origin, although a shadowy form that resembles Sailor Cosmos was shown in the last episode. This form, however, is explicitly stated to be the ultimate form of Galaxia's Star Seed, the "Light of Hope," not Sailor Cosmos, whom Takeuchi said at Comic-Con 1998 that she was disappointed didn't appear in the anime.
that would be the stars season which is the last season.
As of February 21, 2010, there is no word on a new series yet. However, Sailormoon is back on the air in Japan, Italy and Albania, and Toei is re-releasing the anime for th…e 2012 20th Anniversary of Sailormoon. So time will tell!
Episode 29 in English
The second season: Sailor Moon Returns and you will see sapphire, emerald and prince diamond
in the japenese anime cartoon version they were discovered in the order sailor moon mercury mars Jupiter then venus i hope this helps and u can watch episodes by going to watc…hsailormoon.com
episode 29 it was my favorite
Sailor Venus' first anime appearance is as Minako Aino, in a non-speaking role, in Japanese episode 33/or episode 29 in the English dub. She later appears as Sailor Venus spea…king, at the end of that same episode. Her first appearance in the manga as Sailor Venus, and not as her previous "Sailor V" code-named identity is the final act of the Codename: Sailor V manga; her first appearance in the Sailor Moon manga is Act 8: Mamoru Chiba - Tuxedo Mask. Her first appearance in the live-action series Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is Act 12.
Just a bit more, but not that much