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Sailor Moon S TV Magazine Deluxe Book

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Kodansha's Sailor Moon S TV Magazine DeluxeA few years ago, I scanned in a few pages from the Kodansha’s Sailor Moon S TV Magazine Deluxe book. I finally went ahead and scanned in the entire book, to add to the Gallery’s Kodansha TV Magazine Deluxe Book collection.

Sailor Moon S TV Magazine Deluxe

The book explores the beginning of the third season, Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S. It begins with the introduction of Sailor Uranus (Tenoh Haruka) and Sailor Neptune (Kaioh Michiru), and their quest for the Talismans. Death Busters and Witches 5 are brought into this arc as well. Only the first half of the third season is covered in this book. The periodical concludes with the ending of season two, Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R.

Tenoh Haruka Banpresto PosterBanpresto Framed Vinyl Poster

I also scanned in an awesome poster of Tenoh Haruka by the company, Banpresto. The poster is actually vinyl, a little bit bigger than the size of a pencil board, and can be framed (It came with plastic frames). It was part of a set of small vinyl posters that Banpresto released in 1994, called "Character Sheets." Though any of the images in this Banpresto poster set is hard to find, this particular Tenoh Haruka one is super rare, which is why I’m so happy to be able to show it off. Enjoy the scans!

Kodansha’s Sailor Moon S TV Magazine Deluxe Book:
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Popular Image Artist Identified

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

Hello! I wanted to point out something interesting that I noticed. I scanned in this image of Michiru and Haruka from two separate shitajiki (pencil boards). The obvious thing is that the picture was a whole piece, but was separated into two, for two separate shitajiki. So what I did was photoshop the two images together, to obtain the original whole picture. After doing so, I noticed that there was some scribbling at the base of the image.

It was signed, “Hiroyuki Sato – ’94/11/09.” I thought that was really interesting. This whole picture had always been one of my favorite artworks from Sailor Moon. So finding out the name of the actual artist behind it, is kinda cool. The point is, if you have any Sailor Moon images, you should inspect it a little closer. Who knows? Maybe you’ll learn something new from it.