Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon - Netflix

Stealing people's energy and trying to take over the world, the evil organization known as the "Dark Kingdom" is running rampant across the globe. Caught in the middle of all this is 2nd year Juuban Middle School student Tsukino Usagi, who meets a stuffed cat doll, who turns into a senshi, named Luna. Who in turn gives her the magical ability to transform into "Sailor Moon" It turns out that this clumsy, crybaby has no choice but to stand up and fight against the Dark Kingdom. Sailor Moon will meet with her fellow Senshi, The smartest girl in Usagi's school: Mizuno Ami "Sailor Mercury"; a temple pristis: Hino Rei "Sailor Mars": the strongest girl at Usagi's school and best cook: Kino Makoto "Sailor Jupiter" & #1 Idol: Aino Minako "Sailor Venus". Together they will all fight with the guidance of fellow plus-cat Artemis and help from Chiba Mamoru, the mysterious "Tuxedo Mask".

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2003-10-04

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon - Sailor Venus - Netflix

Minako Aino (愛野 美奈子, Aino Minako, renamed “Mina Aino” in some English adaptations), better known as Sailor Venus (セーラーヴィーナス, Sērā Vīnasu), is a fictional character in the Sailor Moon manga series written by Naoko Takeuchi. Minako is her sailor form's alternative human identity as part of the Sailor Soldiers, female supernatural fighters who protect the Solar System from evil. Minako is the fourth Sailor Soldier to be discovered by Usagi Tsukino, although she was the first Soldier to awaken her powers, even before Usagi did. She possesses powers associated with love and beauty, light, and golden material metal. In the manga and anime series, she dreams of becoming a famous idol, but in the live-action series, her character is already a well-known celebrity. Minako is introduced as the protagonist of Naoko Takeuchi's much-shorter manga series, Codename: Sailor V, the prequel to Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon. In it (and the early part of Sailor Moon), she goes by the pseudonym Sailor V (セーラーV, Sērā V), short for “Venus”, and is given a personal backstory. The plot lines of Sailor V are generally compatible with the latter series, but are usually considered separate. Later, she co-stars with Rei Hino in a special short story titled Rei and Minako's Girls School Battle.

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon - Actors - Netflix

In the Japanese version of the Sailor Moon anime series, Minako is voiced by Rica Fukami, with Nanae Sumitomo as a stand-in for portions of episode 163 of SuperS. Shizuka Itō voiced her from Sailor Moon Crystal onwards. In the original English-language dub of Sailor Moon, her name was changed to “Mina” and she was voiced by Stephanie Morgenstern for the first two seasons and all three movies. Emilie-Claire Barlow provided her voice in Cloverway's dub of episodes 90-166. In the Viz Media dub Minako is voiced by Cherami Leigh in Viz Media's dub of the entire Sailor Moon series (produced in association with Studiopolis). A Sailor Moon fan, Leigh read the female roles in California and was selected for Minako during her wedding in her homeland Texas. In the stage musicals, Minako has been played by thirteen actresses: Nana Suzuki, Sakae Yamashita (Yume Senshi - Ai - Eien Ni soundtrack only), Chizuru Soya, Kanatsu Nakaya, Akiko Miyazawa, Miyu Otani, Nao Inada, Yuki Nakamura, Ayumi Murata, Mizuki Watanabe, Momoko Shibuya, half-American idol Erica, Shiori Sakata. In Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Minako is portrayed by Ayaka Komatsu.

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