Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Sailor Moon - Adventure Girls |
TV Show, Vol. 6
Actors: Jill Frappier, Katie Griffin, Susan Roman, Ron Rubin, Karen Bernstein
Director: Junichi Sato
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Mystery & Suspense, Anime & Manga, Animation
The craziness never stops when you're the defenders of the planet, so when a new enemy arrives it's just business as usual for the Sailor Scouts. Of course, that doesn't mean Serena and the gang can't TRY to live normal li... more »
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Serena finds her destiny...
Byron Kolln | the corner where Broadway meets Hollywood | 03/01/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"SAILOR MOON continues on DVD with this 6th volume of episodes from the first series."A Reluctant Princess" - Serena discovers that she is the Moon Princess, but just as she is about to re-claim her true love, Darien is abducted by Queen Beryl's minions."Bad Hair Day" - Malachite hatches a plan to catch Sailor Moon by luring unsuspecting girls to a free beauty salon operated by the Negaverse."Little Miss Manners" - Serena decides to attend a finishing school so that she will behave more like a princess. But just whose side is Countess Rose really on?"Ski Bunny Blues" - Serena and the girls hit the snowfields, but the Negaverse is never far away..."Ice Princess" - Malachite enlists the assistance of Russian ice-celebrities Misha and Jenelle in order to trap Sailor Moon."Last Resort" - Serena, Sammy and their parents holiday in the hotsprings, but a fabled sea-serpent will make it a holiday to remember...Fantastic, as always; SAILOR MOON is a fantastic series for anime fans."
Don't Waste Your Time!
princessdoodle | DeKalb, IL United States | 07/19/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I admit that I am probably one of Sailor Moon's biggest fans, but this series of DVD's isn't worth bothering with unless you're suffering from some sort of compulsive disorder! Unlike the "Sailor Moon S" and "Sailor Moon SuperS" collections, released uncut, in order, and available in both English and Japanese, this collection from the first and second season is a huge disappointment. Episodes are edited, only available in English, and of a much lower quality than the other two (released by a different distributor.) Unless you simply cannot live without the first and second season (and, I know, its hard to say no,) save your money and hope that the distributors of this series will see the light and re-release these seasons in an improved format."