Sailor Moon Manga Artbook Vol. 4

Sailor Moon Manga Artbook Vol. 4Good day everyone! I finally made myself sit down and scan in Sailor Moon Manga Artbook Volume 4 by the great and wonderful Takeuchi Naoko. This book covers the arc of Sailor Moon SuperS and contains some of Takeuchi Naoko’s best illustrations. It features art work of the characters: Helios / Pegasus, Amazoness Quartet, Tuxedo Kamen, and the Sailor Senshi. This time, I spent extra hours editing the scans, to connect artwork that was spread across two pages. I thought the results looked pretty good too. (Tried my best with the clone tool in Photoshop.)

Manga Artbook Volume 4: [ View in Gallery || Download ]

Sailor Moon 2002 CalendarSailor Moon 2001.11—2002 Calendar

Also scanned in, is the Sailor Moon 2001.11—2002 Calendar. This item should’ve been scanned in sooner, because the dates in the year 2002 actually coordinates with 2013. So you can actually print out the pages and use it as this year’s calendar. Most of the images in this version, was featured in the 1998 Sailor Moon (poster sized) wall calendar, as well. Enjoy the scans everyone!

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  1. Woot awesome!!! As usual thanks for your hard work and for sharing these scans. Esp the calendar one, I’m so excited ^^

  2. Lisa says:

    ^_^ No problem, Chibi! I like the Sailor Moon calendars too. I have a few more poster sized Calendars that I hope to scan in soon someday. The pictures for those are always so pretty.

  3. Rika-Chicchi says:

    W/ the new anime on air this year, hopefully they’d publish the ’13-’14 calendar later this year! ^^

  4. Lisa says:

    ^_^ AAAHHHHH!!! RC!! I didn’t think about that. If the new anime broadcasted this year, there should be a new 2013-2014 calendar!! AAAHHHHH!! I’m so excited!

  5. Luke says:

    Awesome update :D Thank you for scanning these. :3 Especially the Manga Artbook – you’ve done a great job with the two-page illustrations.

  6. Lisa says:

    ^__^ Yay Luke! I’m glad you enjoyed the Manga Artbook scans. I love Naoko’s water colors. Scanning them big and editting it, allowed me to see it in so much detail. I’m glad someone else other than me likes that.

  7. Luke says:

    I love Takeuchi’s style! Her illustrations are very diverse – sometimes cute and girly other times high-fashion and editorial, with the senshi often portrait in different hairstyles and clothes. I especially love the illustrations where the senshi look more mature or are put in a more mature setting (with crystal wine glasses, without gloves or shoes).

    That’s another reason why I’m so excited about the new anime. When I look through my artbooks or the read the manga I really don’t see a story for 6 years olds, unlike the old anime (which I LOVE BTW). Let’s face it – excluding some episodes (48/49, 124/125, 166, 172, 198-200) the anime is overall very childish. Awesome, but still a kid show. The manga on the other hand seems a lot more mature, even Usagi isn’t as upbeat and childish all the time.

  8. Lisa says:

    ^_^ I get very excited thinking about the new anime too. I hope the creators will make a nice middle ground for kids and adults too. But best of all, new anime means new artbooks, merchandise, toys, etc. Its like a dream come true!

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