Sailor Moon is as problematic as she is alluring. Her disguise power pen would be an awesome accessory for any occasion. The squad goals are everyone’s goals. Her man is tall, handsome. Also, he didn’t issue a restraining order when she pleaded with him they were meant to be together. But there is always a but.
Sailor Moon, at least the Sailor Moon in America, there are issues. Re-watching as an adult it is always frustrating. Specifically when Sailor Moon collapses into a phone booth crying because her ex-boyfriend won’t give her the time of day.
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Editor’s Note: Twenty-one years ago the Sailor Moon series debuted in America giving young girls one of the first female centric superhero shows. It also created a whole market dedicated to trading cards, stickers and toys. While Sailor Moon basically unofficially started Tea & Fiction, we have always had many issues with the various plot holes and lack of a backstory that left us grasping at straws. Today, we discuss these issues and the potentially darker plot line unexplored in the anime series.