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trungles:

This summer I’m going to be spending a significant amount of time being emotional about Sailor Moon. And I’m gonna make damn well sure I’m not doing it by myself. I’m taking you all with me. 

like we’re all not already therealso this is gorg

trungles:

This summer I’m going to be spending a significant amount of time being emotional about Sailor Moon. And I’m gonna make damn well sure I’m not doing it by myself. I’m taking you all with me. 

like we’re all not already there
also this is gorg

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Sailor Five by Saiprin
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voyageviolet:

thingsamylikes:

cliobablio:

Magical fighting girls (& cats) this Saturday night at Qpopshop.

Oh god Artemis I’m dying.

Oh my God

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lissabt:

My two (two!) pieces for the "Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and Sailor Senshi"gallery show, happening THIS SATURDAY (that’s tomorrow!) at Q-Pop in lovely downtown Los Angeles! The art i’ve already seen for this show looks AMAZING and i’m super pumped to be part of it along with many talented pals and talented potential-future-pals.

(via fyeahlilbit3point0)

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prynnette asked: I wrote a thing about Rei the other day, and it got me to thinking a lot about the way she's portrayed in the manga vs. the anime. I'm curious--do you prefer one or the other? Any thoughts in general on that divide?

I don’t really prefer one over the other! Rei gets more screentime, importance, and arguably development in the anime, and she’s a total badass and her relationship with Usagi is SO great. However, I don’t like that they cut out her distinterest in men, or the scene where she essentially rejects heteronormativity after a monster tries to force her into it.  Nor that her backstory was never explored. However I loved her dream to be a career woman, her tenacity, and the complexity of how she related to others by trying to toughen them up.

I LOVE manga Rei’s blatant feminist rants and that she’s allowed to dislike men without being fixed, i love most of her backstory because it’s very heartbreaking and compelling. Her relationship with Minako is FANTASTIC in the manga and I ship it. 

It is ridiculously easy to read manga Rei as somethingromantic (i’m goin with bi-romantic) asexual because she shows no interest in sex and explicitly rejects it, along with living life as a bride. I really value that, and especially loved her arc in supers.

I did feel her having a romantic connection to a guy and he essentially abandons her was an unnessecary for her backstory and sort of gives a “reasoning” for her dislike of having a boyfriend that didn’t really need to be there. The story could have been told without that element. I did like her speech afterwards tho.

Overall, my favorite iteration would be PGSM Rei- her backstory was explored with the most depth, they kept her dislike of men and implied asexuality, she got a lot of development and all her relationships with the other girls had depth and she had an intensely romantic friendship with Minako! With zero “this dude broke my heart” in her backstory. Best of both worlds, and I hope the new anime goes with that.

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sailorfailures:

Ami’s adventures in silently writing friendslash in her head

for the record

the second picture i’m p. sure is her asking if Mamoru and Usagi did it and had a baby (Usagi is 14 at this time).

in the last set what she’s saying is “wait but I thought you WERE into girls Usagi why are you saying u are not don’t lie 2 me”

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googfriday:

°˖✧*ْ ✧ं॰ protecting you and the crystal was my destiny ✧˖*ْ ✧ 
˖° ✧ं  just like being the princess has always been yours ॰✧˖° + ˖ 

(via fairymascot)

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keyofnik:

moonwhing:

Looked at some Sailor Moon sprites for fun. Most of them are sadly just rips of the backgrounds and kinda boring, but this one was sweet and I couldn’t help myself.

That slight change in expression for Rei at the end kills me.

Oh no that is adorable help.

What’s this from?

ahhh i love this

cracking the fuck up at Mamoru facepalming though he just can’t deal with this shit