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Sailor Moon: Another Story (Part 7)

We continue the series looking at the 1995 Super Nintendo RPG Sailor Moon: Another Story. Now that all the Inner Senshi have retrieved their Hi Stones, we still have to find the mysterious […]

Sailor Moon: Another Story (Part 2)

We continue the series looking at the 1995 Super Nintendo RPG Sailor Moon: Another Story. Catch up on Part 1 and join us as formerly-defeated monsters have come back to life! Also Ami […]

Sailor Moon: Another Story (Part 1)

We begin a series of posts on the 1995 Super Nintendo RPG Sailor Moon: Another Story. A genuinely compelling story and brilliant character writing mixes with a mediocre design riffing […]

Sailor Moon S Wrap-Up, Part 5

In the final entry of this multi-part wrap-up of Sailor Moon S, I dispense with discussions of utilitarianism and nuanced character development, opting instead for the popularist model of lists […]

Sailor Moon S Wrap-Up, Part 4

This is the fourth in a multi-part retrospective blog on Sailor Moon S. Today we discuss the final phase of the series, with Hotaru’s descent into possession, the Senshi’s investigation of Mugen Academy, and the big finale. […]

Sailor Moon S Wrap-Up, Part 3

This is the third in a multi-part retrospective blog on Sailor Moon S. Today we discuss the third phase of the series, with Mimett taking over her deceased boss’ job, to Mimett routinely screwing […]

Sailor Moon S Wrap-Up, Part 2

This is the second in a multi-part retrospective blog on Sailor Moon S. Today we discuss the second phase of the series, from the introduction of Eugeal, to Chibi-Usa’s return, and the mid-season […]

Sailor Moon S Wrap-Up, Part 1

This is the first in a multi-part retrospective blog about the entirety of Sailor Moon S, how it fits into the show run thus far, what it adds to the […]

In Memoriam: The Witches 5, Toil & Trouble

The Witches 5 were an eclectic bunch. Their personalities, their motivations, their modus operendi, their colour schemes, their competency, each one of the Witches contrasted strongly with the others. There […]