If you were around in the early- to mid-’90s, you know that the Japanese anime cartoon, Sailor Moon, had a lot going for it — girls with magic powers; really cute outfits; and all the best words like “princess,” “moon,” “crystal,” “heart,” and “tuxedo.” So, who was Sailor Moon? She said it herself most episodes: “I am Sailor Moon. The champion of justice. And I say on behalf of the moon, I shall right wrongs and triumph over evil and that means you!”
Of course, we know it’s a bit more complicated than that…
In the first Sailor Moon series, she has four Moon Scout friends (also normal girls who transform) who help out on missions. They are…
Sailor Mars: Red uniform, Soldier of Fire and Passion, has a cool magic fireball thing going on.
Sailor Mercury: Blue uniform, Soldier of Justice and Wisdom, can do cool stuff with water like create waves to wipe out enemies or send freezing bubbles at attackers.
Sailor Venus: Orange uniform, Soldier of Love and Beauty, uses these mysterious balls of light to defeat villains.
Sailor Jupiter: Green uniform, Soldier of Thunder and Courage, tends to call upon the forces of lighting and thunder to vanquish evil. NBD.
Then there’s this guy: Japanese Abraham Lincoln. Actually, his name is Tuxedo Mask, which wouldn’t sound so weird if it were Mr. Tuxedo Mask or Tuxedo Mask Man, but just kind of sounds like two rando nouns put together. Like Pencil Cup. Or Shoe Ball. Or Window Butt. Anyhow, as we can all see, he’s mad hot, so Sailor Moon’s got a huge crush on him. He watches out for her and lends a hand in fighting evil space See You Next Tuesdays.
Sometimes, she used magic tools — like a pen that can transform you into a beautiful talent agent! — in her crusade against the crazies.
Fighting evil by moonlight,
Winning love by daylight,
Never running from a real fight,
She is the one named Sailor Moon
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