Sailor Moon: Modern Retelling of Female Warriors

Sailor Moon: Modern Retelling of Female Warriors

Back when I watched the syndicated episodes of Sailor Moon I loved the storyline of a group of heroines tasked with saving Earth. Little did I realize the Sailor Senshi are inspired (loosely) by real women. Most fans outside of Japan would fail to make the connection to Sailor Moon and counterparts living 1800 years before. Backing up a little bit, senshi itself translates to “warrior,” but that’s not how we are first introduced to Usagi.  Comic Book Beginnings While my first introduction to Sailor Moon was on the cartoon that popped on the TV weekdays at 4 pm, I am basing my read on Sailor Moon from the original manga. I know the...

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