Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Sailor Moon returns!

On March 18th, Kodansha Comics sent out an e-mail announcing the return of Naoko Takeuchi’s Sailor Moon manga, which originated in Japan in 1992 and became the first successful shôjo manga in the United States. In addition to printing "deluxe" new editions of the series, Kodansha is offering the first American print run of Takeuchi’s two-volume prequel Codename: Sailor V.

I've only seen the (cute, but forgettable) Sailor Moon anime, but this enthusiastic tribute from the blog Adventures of Comic Book Girl has me all excited to pick up the books this fall.

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