Official Sailormoon Sites
Sailormoon site ~ Entirely in Japanese, this is THE official site of
Sailormoon. Also features Naoko and her new art/writings. The old address was
/http://sailormoon.channel.or.jp/ which now re-directs to http://sailormoon-official.com/ as
of 2016. Covers news regarding Codename Sailor V, Sailor Moon, Sera Myu and
Sailor Moon Crystal. (Japanese)
Kodansha USA ~ The official US site
for the publisher of the Sailormoon manga!
Viz Sailor Moon ~ Viz Media gave
us back the UNCENSORED Sailor Moon, from the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU
Toei Animation Museum
~ This is the official page to the REAL Museum based on Toei’s anime!
License ~ The current license holder for Sailormoon in Italy. They also
lease out Sugar Sugar, Star Wars, Dragonball, Sex in the City, Saint Seiya
and One Piece. Check out their page for Sailormoon! (Italian)
Sailormoon page ~ All in Japanese, but it’s nice to see it. Includes a
brief synopsis and cast list for Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon. There are
additional pages for the following: R S SuperS Sailor StarS Toei
Europe Sailor Moon ~ This is part of their massive and friendly site.
Don’t forget to check out each season’s link to your right. For Sailor Moon
~ One of the first
Sailormoon pages Cartoon Network ever posted!
~ The official Toonami
page for Sailormoon, R and S. (Lita’s age is wrong. Tuxedo Mask’s DiC first name
and Japanese last name are listed together. Sailor Mini Moon is just Chibi
Moon. Tuxedo Mask’s story is wrong. Pluto’s Japanese name is listed.)
DHX Media ~ Cookie Jar/CINAR
originally bought out FilmFair/DiC, then in 2006, Cookie Jar died and became
DHX Media, though as of 2016, some of their DiC acquisitions were still being
sold to television under Cookie Jar and DHX, but with a few DiC title cards
~ All that remains of the
~ The production
company that aided Cloverway in the dubbing of Sailormoon. Their original
site is here.
~ Okay, I have to be honest. The Internet
Wayback Machine just recently lost this website due to a hiccup with a
robots.txt file. But this picture would have linked you to Pioneer's Sailor
Moon R movie website from 1999. Pioneer later became Geneon, which died in
2009 and was reborn as NBCUniversal
Entertainment Japan. Pioneer originally had the distribution rights to
the R, S and SuperS movies, which now belong to Viz.
~ The people
responsible for keeping Rocky & Bullwinkle, Underdog and Tennessee Tuxedo
alive also helped DiC finish the distribution of Sailormoon R, though as of
January 2016, their main website is now defunct. Visit their original Saatchi
and Saatchi Sailormoon page here: ♫
~ The people
responsible for the first run of the Sailormoon manga in North America.
Archive here: ♫
~ The station that once
aired Sailormoon in Canada. See their in-depth and archived Sailormoon pages
and here: ♪
North America Sailor Moon ~ Though the pictures are gone, this was
Bandai’s official Sailormoon page for the US in 1997.
~ The people
responsible for the “Saban Moon” clip known the world over, are still alive
and still PROUD of what they did.
Pluto back to Linkydinkyrinkydoos!
Follow Chibi Moon back to Moon Sisters!