Now all we need is a sparkly transformation sequence.
As you can imagine, the results were incredible.
Linda Ballantyne, one of the voices of the legendary anime character, talks to BuzzFeed about how she got the gig, what it was like to fill those really big shoes, and breaking ground with the show’s feminist values.
I cried, and my tears were Silver Crystals.
And holy crap, is it amazing.
*Moon Prism Power intensifies*
Moon prism power, know what I’m sayin’?
With Sailor Moon Crystal just around the corner, and the Sailor Moon remastered anime airing every Monday on Neon Valley, I’ve been painfully reminded of the horrifically outdated fashion statements made by Mamoru.
Moon Fandom Heart Attack!
The artist Odera redesigned characters from the anime classic as black girls without a worry in the world, and the results are incredible. Check out more of his work here.
This is like finding out which college you get accepted into, but with superpowers.
Moon Prism Power, make up!
Fitness is super cute minus the fitness part.
Imagine Shonen Jump and Rookie with punky animals. Editors Rory Morris, Sloane Leong, and Jen Lee talk zine-making in the age of Tumblr.
Moon prism power…running on Windows 95.
They might’ve not been queer themselves, but they were still heroes to LGBTQ kids everywhere.
You’re not truly clean until after you’ve washed with Zack-berry shampoo.
These Femme Fatals be workin’ it out like the Japanese animated princesses of our solar system.
Illustrations courtesy of Swagger New York and illustrator Michele Moricci. Daria Morgendorffer is secretly planning to bring the industry down from the inside, surely.
Sailor Moon fans have started re-drawing screencaps from the iconic show, and the results are pretty amazing.
It aint easy being a 90’s/early 00’s anime character.
All your childhood dreams right here.
But you wouldn’t know this if you watched it in America.
The problem is… it’s only running in Japan…
This lip synch of Estelle and Janelle Monae’s hit song is pretty much the best thing ever. Seriously, this man is my hero.
You can thank Artist Drachea Rannak for these awesome pop culture mashups.
Five ladies in each crew, these feminist pop heroes basically owned the ’90s. Because they are both awesome and exactly the same.