OniAi Episode #02 Anime Review

OniAi Episode #02 Anime Review Just when Akito thought things would get better, Akiko is taken in by smutty romance novels.

What They Say:
Akito catches Akiko reading a trashy romance novel. Akito, having trouble settling in to in his class, is given firsthand lessons in the concept of “tsundere”from both Akiko and Anastasia. Akito and his longtime friend Ginbe get into an argument.

The Review:
Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
With the kickoff to the series in the first episode, we got a good look at the kind of relationship that exists between Akito and his sister Akiko. He’s not unaware of how she is, but he also has a sort of can’t believe it disconnect with it that keeps him from taking it seriously. For Akiko, she’s just excited to have a real shot at trying to win him over now by sharing the same dorm with him and beiing in the same school and even on the same student government council. What she didn’t expect was the trio of other girls that would get in her way. You’d think she would though, with her fascination with romance novels, something that Akito calls her out on at the start here.

Akiko does her best though as she makes it plainly clear that she’s into him and even does such monologues while in school, which is a little unnerving. She’s intent on capturing his heart but he’s just completely uninterested in this idea of viewing her as a love interest. And it’s welcome that he’s so unequivocal about it rather than just trying to deflect and be wishy washy about it. This irks her enough to take her out of the picture for a bit, but it’s just an opportunity for Anastasia to get close to him for a bit, messing with his head about his whole tsundere side and making some really biting marks in a way that hits him pretty close to home. She’s also quite clear about her feelings towards his sister, another area where characters would normally be a bit cloying and trying to soften it so as to win over the brother.

The show also takes its time to give him a chance to spend some one on one time with the other two girls. Ginbe’s kind of subdued overall but there’s some subliminal threats placed into their discussion. The one that goes more threatening is when Arashi corners here and plays with him like a cat with a mouse. She strikes hard, claims she’s teasing, and then takes it even harder. It’s blatant to be sure but there’s some charm in how she’s clear about what she wants. All of this naturally gets back to Akiko in some way and she does her best to try and reassert her position, which is comical against someone like Arashi. But there is the bond there that he can’t deny as they are related, and they do manage to find a little more middle ground this time around which helps to soften things just a touch.

In Summary:
In the category of shows that I know I should know better about, I’m enjoying OniAi against my better judgment. Shows like this naturally turn off a good segment of fans since they dislike the whole brotherly love angle. It’s played for a lot of laughs here and it’s not hidden to a secondary character but rather has it with the two leads, one of which is nowhere near shy about making her feelings know. With this episode, we get to see more of her in context with her brother but also the other three girls alone with Akito, which helps to show how their relationships are. It’s a bit standard and by the numbers in a lot of ways, but it’s making me laugh and generally looks very good with its designs, fanservice and overall appeal.

Grade: B

Streamed By: FUNimation

Review Equipment:
Sony KDS-R70XBR2 70″ LCoS 1080P HDTV, Dell 10.1 Netbook via HDMI set to 1080p, Onkyo TX-SR605 Receiver and Panasonic SB-TP20S Multi-Channel Speaker System With 100-Watt Subwoofer.

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Jinrui Wa Suitai Shimashita Episode #01 Anime Review

Jinrui Wa Suitai Shimashita Episode #01 Anime Review As human civilization is on the decline, fairies are on the rise. What does this mean for the girl who’s the ambassador between the two species?

What They Say
After speaking with the Fairies about problems the humans have been having, mysterious things start to show up around the village.

Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers):
Based on a light novel series, Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita takes place in a brightly pastel, idyllic post-apocalyptic world. There’s a very real disconnect between the show’s look, and its dark subject matter. However, the show knows this, and looks like it’s planning to have a lot of fun with it.

The show begins with a girl named the Mediator returning to Camphorwood village from some unknown task elsewhere. She’s called the Mediator because he works for the United Nations Reconciliation Commission as, well, the mediator between humanity and a new species called the fairies. It seems like this show might be fit for children, until the first thing she’s tasked with doing upon arriving home is slaughtering chickens to deal with a food shortage.

A lot of the exposition is driven by narration in the mediator’s head, most likely text taken directly from the light novels themselves. One early such moment has her wondering, exactly, how a live chicken becomes delicious chicken meat. She knows, of course, but she can’t get any of the women in the village to slaughter them, and the men are all out hunting. Because everyone’s so indecisive, the chickens are given an opportunity to escape, making the food shortage problem even worse.

That night, she talks to some fairies that live in her house. They have vacant eyes, and always-open mouths, so they appear superficially cute. But their happy faces don’t change even when they talk about how sad it would be for humanity to face brutal starvation, so there’s a very real sense of menace about them as well. They act like spoiled children, begging the Mediator for candy and romping about, but they also have unknown magic powers. The next day, some mysterious canned foods from Fairy Co start circulating.

Things get even more suspicious when a Fairy Co brand skinned chicken is seen walking around without a head. The Mediator attempts to cover it up, and we see that for a sunny moe girl, she’s also quite an able political manipulator. The secret gets out, however, and the Mediator and some companions from the village decide to investigate the FairyCo factory.

So far, the show has only hinted at a very dark sensibility, but the Fairy Co factory leaves no doubt as to the show’s intentions. A human is there to guide them through the premises, but soon turns over the show to a bread-shaped robot, who is tasked with explaining how bread is made. It says that bread is usually made with flour, salt, and yeast, but these days, that’s hard to come by. “You can even synthesize it from garbage now.” When they seem somewhat dismayed by the answer, it begs to be eaten, and rips its head open, spraying blood-like carrot juice all over the room. It slowly crawls toward them, still begging to be eaten, before it eventually shuts down.

Yikes.

It’s still hard to know what to make of this show, but I find real appeal in its twisted sense of humor. I’m not fond of the fairly abstract backgrounds, and its roots in a light novel is very apparent in its chunks of exposition. Also, the lightness of the visuals, and darkness of the subject matter still clash an awful lot. Still, I’m looking forward to more.

In Summary
A cute, sweet looking show that apparently has a sadistic streak. I’m not sure who exactly this is for, or where this is going, but if you have a love for cuteness and a love for bizarre Japanese humor, this is definitely a show you’re going to want to check out.

Grade: B+

Streamed By: Crunchyroll

Review Equipment: Sony VAIO 17″ HD screen

Weekly Anime Caption Competition #261: Astarotte’s Toy & Symphogear

It’s caption time again, but first things first is to reveal the winner for last week’s competition:

Weekly Anime Caption Competition #261: Astarotte’s Toy & Symphogear

This week’s best caption comes from sonic!

Just like always, please post a caption to go with the following image. There is no prize, except the knowledge that you are better at putting words into the mouths of anime characters than your peers.

Here is this week’s image:

Weekly Anime Caption Competition #261: Astarotte’s Toy & Symphogear
Image Source: Senki Zesshou Symphogear G . .
Characters: Genjuuro, Hibiki . .

If you want to submit an image for a future competition, send me a private message with link and I’ll consider it.

The Walking Dead – Triggerfinger Review

The Walking Dead – Triggerfinger Review The dead surge again in this episode, but it’s still driven more by characters than action.

What They Say:
Rick, Hershel and Glenn are trapped and fight to survive; Shane finds Lori in danger.

The Review:
Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
While it’s not been a surprise to see Rick doing what Rick needs doing, that’s picked up a bit since the death of Sophia. The encounter with the “Nebraska” folks in the previous episode turned decidedly deadly in quick fashion and while there was potentially some room for a different solution, the world just doesn’t work that way at this point and it was good to see Rick act accordingly. And even more importantly, it was good to see Hershel not react poorly to it as he has to understand the reality of the world now as well. Of course, that incident is just the start of things as those few shots have quickly brought in some of their friends to find out what’s going on.

The events at the bar play out in a fairly dark fashion as should be expected since the new folks are looking for their friends, but the whole area is turning bad as more and more walkers are showing up. Hershel’s mindset changes well here as this unfolds but the show unfortunately takes a bad turn when they have to help one of the guys that was coming for them after he hurts himself. While we’ve seen Rick do the right thing, this is the wrong thing and it’s at the absolute worst time. His position on things has been conflicted to say the least but watching how it’s handled leaves you really unsure whether it’s just bad or awkward writing or a stronger conflict about his personality at this point.

Lori’s little stunt went rather awry as we saw in the previous episode as well and it only got worse for her with the way she’s now got the walkers going after her. What’s welcome is to see that she continues to be strong overall and deals with them as best as she can. When everyone else back at the farm learns about it, it sends a right good panic through them all and is definitely a rough moment for Carl as once again both his parents are in danger and he’s helpless. It also continues to reveal the divisions rife within the group that have flared up as of late, particularly with Daryl as he’s feeling even more isolated from the group, intentionally from his own actions. Considering how things played out for him and what prices he paid, it certainly isn’t a surprise. Especially as we get a better idea of just how much some of this truly meant to him.

Unsurprisingly, though the episode has a good bit of action in the first half when it comes to the walkers, it does spend a good bit of time on the character drama and interaction as well. Shane and Lori have some really good stuff here as shane continues to be unable to realize that what they had wasn’t the same for her and that she’s so adamant that it’s over and wasn’t real in a way. Maggie gets some good time here doing a bit of talking about her family past a little as she tends to the girl in shock. She’s doing her best to keep herself busy in a way as she’s missing not only her dad but also Glenn. She’s been dealing with her feelings a fair bit when it comes to him and it’s leaving her uncertain to say the least.

In Summary:
The Walking Dead deals with a few of its issues with this episode but it’s mostly just moving everything forward in an incremental way that are at different places. There’s a lot of little character arcs going on and several of them cross over into each other, but they’re getting there bit by bit. The action in the first half does dominate and it has a couple of awkward moments, but you can see where it’s going to advance things when you get down to it. The approach is off but it’ll still get the job done. The second half with the more character driven stuff works well though I was a bit leery of how Lori handled both Shane and Rick. If you didn’t know better, you could easily imagine that she’s manipulating both of them for her own advantage. The show is looking like it’s getting closer to finishing out the farm arc and at this point it can’t happens soon enough. There’s good stuff here but it’s time to start moving on again.

Grade: B+

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Diamond Announces Top Comics, Games, Graphic Novels & Toys For May 2014

Diamond Announces Top Comics, Games, Graphic Novels & Toys For May 2014

Original Sin Issue 1

(BALTIMORE, MD) The murder of the Watcher drew Earth’s heroes to the Moon’s surface and prompted an investigation to find the perpetrator in Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato, Jr.’s Original Sin #1 from Marvel Comics, the best-selling comic book of May 2014 according to information provided by Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of comics, graphic novels, and pop culture merchandise.

Marvel Comics had four titles place among the month’s top ten best-selling comics. DC Entertainment had five titles in the top ten, led by Batman #31 at #4. Also in the top ten was Image Comics with The Walking Dead #127 at #8.

Marvel Comics was May’s top publisher with a 34.38% dollar market share and a 36.46% unit market share. DC Entertainment was second with a 30.04% dollar share and 33.52% unit share. Image Comics was third with a 8.86% dollar share, followed by IDW Publishing at 6.38% and Dark Horse Comics at 5.96%. Sales overall slipped in May, a four-week month, when compared to April with its five shipping weeks.

Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo are revisiting Batman’s origins in the “Zero Year” storyline, and the collected edition of the first story arc — Batman Volume 4: Zero Year: Secret City — from DC Entertainment was May’s best-selling graphic novel and one of the publisher’s four in the top ten. Also notable, Image Comics had four titles in the top ten, led by Rick Remender Matteo Scalera’s Black Science Volume 1: How to Fall Forever at #3. Additionally, Mike Mignola’s Hellboy In Hell Volume 1: Descent from Dark Horse Comics ranked #7.

Released to coincide with the new Transformers: Age of Extinction film, Running Press’ Transformers: Light-Up Optimus Prime Bust & Book Set was May’s best-selling book. Dark Horse Comics’ Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia continued its run as a best-seller as the month’s #2 best-selling book.

DC Collectibles launched a new action figure line in May with the DC Comics Designer Series 1: Greg Capullo Figures, and the Batman figure from the line was the month’s best-selling toy product.  All four figures from the line were among the top ten, and DC Collectibles had five of the month’s top ten products.

NECA/WizKids newest expansion for the Marvel HeroClix game, the Marvel HeroClix: Deadpool Booster Brick, was May’s best-selling games product. April’s top selling product, USAopoly’s Monopoly: The Walking Dead Survival Edition, dropped to #5 in May.

TOP COMIC BOOK PUBLISHERS

PUBLISHER DOLLAR

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UNIT

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MARVEL COMICS 34.38% 36.46%
DC COMICS 30.04% 33.52%
IMAGE COMICS 8.86% 9.96%
IDW PUBLISHING 6.38% 4.18%
DARK HORSE COMICS 5.96% 5.50%
DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT 2.30% 2.29%
BOOM! STUDIOS 1.97% 1.84%
AVATAR PRESS 1.03% 0.88%
RANDOM HOUSE 0.88% 0.23%
ZENESCOPE ENTERTAINMENT INC 0.81% 0.84%
OTHER NON-TOP 10 7.39% 4.31%

NEW TITLES SHIPPED

PUBLISHER COMICS SHIPPED GRAPHIC NOVELS SHIPPED MAGAZINES SHIPPED TOTAL

SHIPPED

DC COMICS 87 30 0 117
MARVEL COMICS 74 38 0 112
IDW PUBLISHING 45 21 0 66
IMAGE COMICS 54 11 0 65
DARK HORSE COMICS 36 23 0 59
DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT 35 1 0 36
BOOM! STUDIOS 20 7 0 27
ZENESCOPE ENTERTAINMENT 13 2 0 15
RANDOM HOUSE 0 14 0 14
AVATAR PRESS 8 1 0 9
OTHER 55 98 18 171


COMPARATIVE SALES STATISTICS

DOLLARS UNITS
MAY 2014 VS. APRIL 2014
COMICS -10.72% -7.35%
GRAPHIC NOVELS -10.24% -19.32%
TOTAL COMICS/GN -10.57% -8.41%
MAY 2014 VS. MAY 2013
COMICS -2.01% -6.00%
GRAPHIC NOVELS -9.47% -15.27%
TOTAL COMICS/GN -4.52% -6.79%
YEAR-TO-DATE 2014 VS. YEAR-TO-DATE 2013
COMICS -1.13% -6.72%
GRAPHIC NOVELS 1.96% 4.54%
TOTAL COMICS/GN -0.16% -5.85%

TOP 10 COMIC BOOKS

RANK DESCRIPTION PRICE ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 ORIGINAL SIN #1 $4.99 MAR140615-M MAR
2 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #2 $3.99 MAR140641-M MAR
3 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1.1 $3.99 MAR140638-M MAR
4 BATMAN #31 $3.99 MAR140212-M DC
5 FOREVER EVIL #7 $4.99 JAN140237-M DC
6 ORIGINAL SIN #2 $3.99 MAR140627-M MAR
7 JUSTICE LEAGUE #30 $3.99 FEB140149-M DC
8 The WALKING DEAD #127 (MR) $2.99 MAR140520 IMA
9 NEW 52 FUTURES END #1 [*] $2.99 MAR140164-M DC
10 BATMAN ETERNAL #5 [*] $2.99 MAR140208 DC


TOP 10 GRAPHIC NOVELS & TRADE PAPERBACKS

RANK DESCRIPTION PRICE ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 BATMAN VOLUME 4: ZERO YEAR: SECRET CITY HC (N52) $24.99 JAN140342 DC
2 BATMAN VOLUME 3: DEATH OF THE FAMILY TP (N52) $16.99 FEB140248 DC
3 BLACK SCIENCE VOL. 1: HOW TO FALL FOREVER TP (MR) $9.99 MAR140535 IMA
4 X-MEN: NO MORE HUMANS HC $24.99 JAN140780 MAR
5 BLACK CANARY AND ZATANNA: BLOODSPELL HC $22.99 JAN140326 DC
6 MANIFEST DESTINY VOLUME 1 TP $9.99 MAR140546 IMA
7 HELLBOY IN HELL VOLUME 1: DESCENT TP $17.99 JAN140125 DAR
8 SAGA VOLUME 3 TP (MR) $14.99 JAN140556 IMA
9 MANHATTAN PROJECTS VOL. 4: FOUR DISCIPLINES TP $14.99 FEB140529 IMA
10 GODZILLA: AWAKENING HC $19.99 FEB140325 DC

TOP 10 BOOKS

RANK DESCRIPTION PRICE ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 TRANSFORMERS: LIGHT-UP OPTIMUS PRIME BUST & BOOK $12.95 FEB141599 RUN
2 LEGEND OF ZELDA: HYRULE HISTORIA HC $34.99 SEP120055 DAR
3 GODZILLA: LIGHT & SOUND MINIATURE BOOK KIT $12.95 JAN141512 RUN
4 THE SHADOW DOUBLE NOVEL VOLUME 84 SC $14.95 MAR141577 SAN
5 DOCTOR WHO: WHEN’S THE DOCTOR SC $7.99 DEC131415 PEN
6 DOC SAVAGE DOUBLE NOVEL VOLUME 74 SC $14.95 FEB141624 SAN
7 WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S STAR WARS HC $14.95 MAY131497 RAN
8 X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST PROSE NOVEL HC $24.99 FEB140834 MAR
9 AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES 1965-1969 HC $41.95 DEC131299 TWO
10 ART OF NEIL GAIMAN: A VISUAL BIOGRAPHY HC $39.99 MAR141568 HAR

TOP 10 TOYS

RANK DESCRIPTION ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 DC COMICS DESIGNER SERIES 1 BY CAPULLO: BATMAN FIGURE NOV130284 DC
2 DC COMICS: NEW 52 JUSTICE LEAGUE 7-PACK BOX SET NOV138235 DC
3 MARVEL SELECT: DEADPOOL ACTION FIGURE MAR101468 DST
4 DC COMICS DESIGNER SERIES 1 BY CAPULLO: TALON FIGURE NOV130285 DC
5 DC COMICS DESIGNER SERIES 1 BY CAPULLO: RIDDLER FIGURE NOV130287 DC
6 DC COMICS VARIANT PLAY ARTS KAI: BATGIRL ACTION FIGURE JUL138153 SQU
7 DC COMICS: NIGHTWING “NEW 52″ ARTFX+ STATUE NOV132034 KOT
8 DC COMICS DESIGNER SERIES 1 BY CAPULLO: NIGHTWING FIGURE NOV130286 DC
9 X-FORCE: PSYLOCKE FINE ART STATUE OCT132007 KOT
10 ROBOCOP “1987 VERSION” PLAY ARTS KAI ACTION FIGURE NOV132163 SQU


TOP 10 GAMES

RANK DESCRIPTION ITEM CODE VENDOR
1 MARVEL HEROCLIX: DEADPOOL BOOSTER BRICK FEB142557 NEC
2 MARVEL HEROCLIX: X-MEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST BOOSTERS FEB142560 NEC
3 MAGIC THE GATHERING TCG: JOURNEY INTO NYX BOOSTERS MAR142420 WIZ
4 MARVEL HEROCLIX: X-MEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST: SENTINEL PACK FEB142561 NEC
5 MONOPOLY: THE WALKING DEAD SURVIVAL EDITION OCT128266 USA
6 DC HEROCLIX: WAR OF LIGHT: SINESTRO CORPS WAR SCENARIO PACK MAR142427 NEC
7 RISK: DOCTOR WHO COLLECTOR’S EDITION MAR142418 USA
8 MAGIC THE GATHERING TCG: JOURNEY INTO NYX FAT PACK MAR142422 WIZ
9 ADVENTURE TIME CARD WARS: FOR THE GLORY BOOSTERS FEB148253 CRY
10 MARVEL HEROCLIX: DEADPOOL: THUNDERBOLTS FAST FORCES PACK FEB142559 NEC

Right Stuf To Publish New ‘Bizenghast’ Volume

Right Stuf To Publish New ‘Bizenghast’ Volume

Right Stuf is continuing its work started earlier in the year to bringing more uncompleted and out of print series to market by annoucning that it has made a special arrangement with creator M. Alice LeGrow and TOKYOPOP to purchase the eighth volume of BIZENGHAST in book form for the first time ever, exclusively through RightStuf.com.

The initial print run of Bizenghast, Vol. 8 will be available in late July 2012. Fans who pre-order Vol. 8 will also receive an exclusive postcard featuring art from the series.

Shawne Kleckner, Right Stuf’s president and CEO, said, “We know fans of Bizenghast have been waiting a long time for new material, and I’m glad we can make this happen for them!”

“I’m glad to have this opportunity to finally deliver the next volume of Bizenghast! Readers have been waiting for over a year to see the end of this first story-arc, which is a real testament to their patience. Anyone who has been waiting a year and a half to hear from me again is either a true fan or my dentist,” said the series’ creator, M. Alice LeGrow.

TOKYOPOP founder Stu Levy added, “I am truly thrilled to be able to facilitate publication of the latest and greatest Bizenghast volume through such a dedicated partner as RightStuf. Bizenghast has become a true OEL franchise, proving that manga is not about ethnicity or nationality but engaging visual storytelling with compelling characters. Many thanks to the fans and Ms. LeGrow for their patience and continued support!”

Bizenghast was developed and successfully pitched to TOKYOPOP, after LeGrow placed in the publisher’s Rising Stars of Manga contest with her short story “Nikolai.” Propelled by the support of fans who love the dark fantasy’s gothic-style art and themes, Bizenghast has grown into a multi-media work that spans seven (and soon eight) graphic novels, in addition to inspiring a limited-edition art book, a coloring book, a novelization, animated shorts, a tabletop roleplaying game, and a line of merchandise. LeGrow is currently at work on her next graphic novel, The Elephant Book. Fans can find out more about the comic and its successful Kickstarter project at http://www.bizenghast.com.

Sixth Japanese ‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Packaging Revealed

Sixth Japanese ‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Packaging Revealed The temptation to import grows as the sixth installment of Sailor Moon Crystal in its Japanese release form has revealed the packaging and the items within to get a good look at it. The series is priced at 8,100 yen for the first deluxe edition and the final volume while ongoing Blu-ray editions will be priced ta 7,200 yen for its thirteen volume run. The regular edition Blu-ray’s will be priced at 4,860 yen each and the DVD releases are priced at 3,780 yen each. You can see the first volume and what it looks like here, which we learned about back in early September.

This latest installment is set for a March 11th, 2015 release as the series continues to roll out – albeit with better animation than the broadcast as it gets re-animated in several cases and cleaned up in general. Releases will continue through to the end of 2015 to get it all out there. Each volume will contain two episodes of the series. Information is that on-disc extras will include an audio commentary.

Directed by Munehisa Sakai at Toei Animation with Yuji Kobayashi doing the scripts. Yuki Sako joined the team as the character designer, whose recent works include Majestic Prince. Yasuharu Takanashi is serving as the composer, having worked on some big franchise including Fairy Tail and Precure. Art direction is being done by Takashi Kurahashi and Yumi Hosaka, both of which worked on Gatchaman Crowds and Mononoke. The soundtrack is set to be produced by King Records, which means we should be getting plenty of clips and samples of everything once they start to the marketing side as they’re very involved on that front. Momoiro Clover Z is performing the theme song.

Plot concept: Usagi Tsukino is a second-year middle school girl who is a little clumsy and a crybaby, but she is full of energy. One day, she meets Luna, a black cat with a crescent moon on her forehead, and she transforms into Sailor Moon, a sailor-uniformed pretty guardian of love and justice! As a chosen guardian of justice, Usagi seems to have a mission to find the Illusionary Silver Crystal with the other guardians and to protect the princess.

Meanwhile, the queen of the Dark Kingdom, Queen Beryl, also sends minions to the town where Usagi lives to obtain the Illusionary Silver Crystal, which has immense power. This causes strange events to unfold….

Can Sailor Moon really find the Illusionary Silver Crystal with the other Sailor guardians, and protect the princess…!?

Sixth Japanese ‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Packaging Revealed

Sixth Japanese ‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Packaging Revealed

Sixth Japanese ‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Packaging Revealed

Sixth Japanese ‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Packaging Revealed

Sixth Japanese ‘Sailor Moon Crystal’ Anime Packaging Revealed

[Source: Sailor Moon Crystal ]