How many languages Sailor Moon translated?

How many languages Sailor Moon translated?

On June 30th, Toei Entertainment celebrated the birthday of Sailor Moon herself, Usagi Tsukino, with the announcement of a global digital release of the manga translated into 10 languages as part of the Sailor Moon 25th Anniversary Project.

Did they change the dub for Sailor Moon?

While the original dub is subject to much criticism, the voice acting remains iconic. In 2014, Viz Media localized Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, retaining the scenes, dialogue and characters cut from the original DiC production and choosing Stephanie Sheh to voice Usagi Tsukino.

What does DiC dub mean?

The Viz dub is…a dub. It takes the show and replaces the Japanese dialogue with English dialogue. The DiC version isn’t really a dub. It’s a compete re-edit of the show.

What language is Sailor Moon in?

JapaneseSailor Moon / Language

Sailor Moon (Japanese: 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Hepburn: Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn, originally translated as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon and later as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi.

Are there two different versions of Sailor Moon?

The first was Sailor Moon R: The Movie in 1993 followed by Sailor Moon S: The Movie in 1994 and finally Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie in 1995.

How many episodes of Sailor Moon did DiC dub?

The Mississauga, Canada-based Optimum Productions was hired to dub the anime. As the anime was marketed as a children’s show in North America, DiC had mandated cuts to content and length, which reduced the first 46 episodes into 40 (removing episodes 2, 5, 6, 20 and 42).

What does Sailor Moon say after she transforms in Japanese?

“Moon Prism Power, Make Up” is the 1st command that Usagi Tsukino used to transform into Sailor Moon. It is her 1st transformation phrase in the manga, anime, and Crystal while it is her only one in Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon.