Sailor Moon Watch Order Guide

Sailor Moon Watch Order

Sailor Moon Initially Interpreted as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon and Afterwards as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi. It was initially serialized at Nakayoshi from 1991 to 1997; the 60 human chapters were printed in 18 tankōbon volumes.

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The show follows the experiences of a schoolgirl called Usagi Tsukino because she transforms into Sailor Moon to hunt for a magic artifact, the”Legendary Silver Crystal”, Maboroshi no more Ginzuishō, decorated.

She also leads several comrades, the Sailor Soldiers (Sailor Guardians in later versions ) as they struggle against villains to protect against the theft of the Silver Crystal and also the destruction of their Solar System.

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The manga was adapted to an anime series made by Toei Animation and broadcast in Japan from 1992 to 1997. Toei also acquired three animated feature films, a television special, and also three short movies based on the music genre.

A live-action tv variation, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, aired from 2003 into 2004, along with another anime collection, Sailor Moon Crystal, started simulcasting in 2014.

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If you are planning to watch Sailor Moon, then check the Watch Order Guide Given Below

Sailor Moon Watch Order

  • Sailor Moon Episodes 1–46
  • Sailor Moon Rebirth/Romance
  • Sailor Moon R Movie: Promise of the Rose
  • Sailor Moon Super
  • Sailor Moon Super Movie: Hearts In Ice
  • Sailor Moon Super S
  • Sailor Moon Super S Movie: Black Dream Hole
  • Sailor Moon Sailor Stars

Sailor Moon Trailer

SAILOR MOON - Part 1 - Official Anime Trailer
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