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Sailor Moon: This is the work of Naoko Takeuchi for Vogue Japan | Spaghetti code

Date: February 25, 2024 Time: 17:18:36

Sailor Moon’s work has become a benchmark in the Shoujo and Magical Girl genres, so she will always be the center of attention in anime, but now our favorite author, Naoko Takeuchi, can be seen by everyone.

As part of an interview she gave to the famous magazine Vogue Japan, Takeuchi-san spoke about how the story makes her feel, and no doubt she also wanted to convey the essence of it with a special illustration about our beloved protagonist.

Yes, this is an illustration made by the author that will be part of the magazine that will be released on December 1st in Japan, and the truth is that fans will be delighted with this beautiful image, which is part of the promise of the mangaka herself.

But we won’t tell you more and present an image that you can find in a Japanese magazine.

Source: Vogue Japan

It can be seen that this is Usagi’s rather powerful form transformed into Sailor Moon, as we see that in addition to wearing a classic sailor suit, she now accompanies it with a cape similar to Tuxedo Mask’s cape.

But that’s not the only thing, as she also has a special magical scepter that is white in color, which has helped her in several battles with the enemy, while we see her doing the same in her traditional style.

Even though Sailor Moon has become a sensation since 1991, she is still one of the greatest heroes and has been saving the world from the Negaverse and all the villains for over 30 years.

What do you think of this version of Sailor Moon? Since when are you a fan of this character?


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