A place to share curated Sailor Moon fanart and to promote its artists. All images are sourced (look at the top right corner of the post when you reblog). Deviantart. Sailor Moon (jap. 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn; zu Deutsch Schöne Mädchenkriegerin Sailor Moon, früherer offizieller internationaler. Ich bin eine Kriegerin. Ich darf nie aufgeben. Ich werde es schaffen." -Hitomi Miku alias Sailor Cosmos.
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Sailor Cosmos ist eine Sailor Kriegerin. Sailor Cosmos kommt aus einer unfassbaren weit entfernten. Sailor Cosmos. likes · 4 talking about this. Community. A place to share curated Sailor Moon fanart and to promote its artists. All images are sourced (look at the top right corner of the post when you reblog). Deviantart. SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT EPISODE II CHIBI-CHIBI, SAILOR COSMOS, AND SAILOR GALAXIA All three characters were introduced in the 5th and. Ich bin eine Kriegerin. Ich darf nie aufgeben. Ich werde es schaffen." -Hitomi Miku alias Sailor Cosmos. Sailor Moon (jap. 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn; zu Deutsch Schöne Mädchenkriegerin Sailor Moon, früherer offizieller internationaler.
Sailor Cosmos. likes · 4 talking about this. Community. SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT EPISODE II CHIBI-CHIBI, SAILOR COSMOS, AND SAILOR GALAXIA All three characters were introduced in the 5th and. Sailor Moon (jap. 美少女戦士セーラームーン, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn; zu Deutsch Schöne Mädchenkriegerin Sailor Moon, früherer offizieller internationaler.
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She even is able to assist Usagi who is unconscious into summoning her Eternal Tiare as if she knew how to do so with ease.
Time Manipulation: Able to foresee the near future, or a very heightened sixth sense she was able to manipulate an event to her liking like the instant she helped Chibiusa, and her team reach their exact location right in time.
This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. When looking at the tiara from a distance it appears to be gold with a pink heart.
Pink Hair Pieces: She wears pink heart-shaped odango covers, appearing in Sailor Chibi Chibi Moon's hair when she transforms, decorating her odango.
Teleported herself and others across a vast distance. Even less is known about Sailor Cosmos. It seems she is a form of Sailor Moon from the even more distant future.
She is locked in eternal war with the regenerated stronger form of chaos, Sailor Chaos. She has control over spacetime, able to time travel as it mentions above and able to send the Amazon Senshi back to the far future where they come from easily.
This makes sense given the Pluto Crystal which controls space-time is a part of the Cosmos Crystal like all Star Seeds. Can restore the Static Cosmos easily.
Created the Universe and Star seed. Sailor Cosmos have attacks based on love and destruction. Sailor Cosmos have attacks based on the underworld and darkness.
She have water senses. She can see through illusions and track things moving through them, perceive through dimensions, sense disruptions in space-time, sense bad omens and danger intuition.
She can attack the astral plane. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Trivia Edit In the anime, a brief shot of a silhouette appeared in episode after Chibi Chibi transformed into the Light of The silhouette of Sailor Cosmos as seen in the anime Hope.
It resembled Sailor Cosmos, leaving many fans to speculate if it was intended to be her. According to ancient Greek belief, Cosmos represented order, and was the antithesis of Chaos.
Categories :. Chieko Ochi portrays her in the live-action series. He is usually called simply Umino, and begins with a severe infatuation with Usagi.
His defining characteristic is his glasses , which are drawn with swirls denoting their thickness. Umino is commonly portrayed as a "nerdy", "weird", and "know-it-all" otaku , regularly keeping Usagi informed on current events, new students, gossip, and any other information she might appreciate.
Despite his ordinarily nerdy appearance, Umino is implied and later confirmed by Takeuchi to be "relatively handsome".
The kanji in Umino's surname represent a pun meaning either "ocean field" or "of ocean"; as such, it is constructed in the same way as Usagi's and those of other Sailor Guardians.
Haruna intends to find a husband, which makes her an easy target for the Dark Kingdom during the first arc, and she often engages in seemingly childish things in this regard.
She appears less frequently as the series progresses, and is never seen after Usagi and her friends start high school.
In the live-action series, Haruna assigns pop quizzes and clean-up duty when needed. She has an extremely eccentric personality, and is very friendly and motherly towards her students, even Usagi.
The kanji in her name mean " cherry blossom " sakura , "rice field" da , "spring" haru , and "vegetables" na. The "spring" part of her name becomes a pun in the context of other works by Takeuchi: Haruna appears very briefly in one earlier series, The Cherry Project , which features her sister Fuyuna in one of its side stories.
The Japanese words fuyu , natsu , and aki mean "winter", "summer", and "autumn", respectively. In the Japanese series, Haruna was originally voiced by Chiyoko Kawashima in Sailor Moon until her retirement in Akemi Kanda voices her from Crystal onwards.
She is played by Tomoko Otakara in the live-action series. After he recognizes the Sailor Guardians and learns their true identities, Motoki vows not to tell anyone.
Motoki and Mamoru also attend the Azabu Institute of Technology. He has a little sister, Unazuki Furuhata, who is friends with Usagi and the others.
His girlfriend is Reika Nishimura, a science student. It is gradually revealed that he and Reika knew Setsuna while she was studying at their university.
In the live-action series, the Crown Center is a karaoke parlor. There is an initial recurring flirtatious relationship between Motoki and Makoto until it becomes a bit more serious, and in the Special Act, which takes place four years after the series finale, Motoki proposes to Makoto, who accepts.
Motoki is portrayed by Masaya Kikawada in the live-action series. She later befriends Setsuna Meioh there. After leaving Japan twice to study abroad, she eventually leaves the country for 10 years, but Motoki is still willing to wait for her.
In the anime, he has a different physical appearance and plays a more-prominent role as one of the holders of the Rainbow Crystals that make up the Silver Crystal.
He often flirts with anyone regardless of gender. His family is very rich and has a mountain lodge, where he takes Rei and her friends for skiing.
Even though she does not reciprocate his love, he remains faithful and tries to protect her. She warms up to his personality considerably over time.
She first appears sporadically, with her initial appearance in Sailor Moon R as a mistaken love rival for Mamoru Chiba.
She dreams of her first kiss in Sailor Moon S , which results in being targeted by the Death Busters. Unazuki appears more frequently in SuperS as a major supporting character and is usually among Usagi's group.
She is voiced by Miyako Endou in the first series, with Eriko Hara as a stand-in. She first appeared in Act 15, when the disguised Koan created a rival club with a fortune-telling booth at the school festival.
Kotono is also Kyusuke Sarashina's elder sister, and made a Sailor V button for her brother. Chibiusa liked it but Kyusuke refused to get her one, but after the two of them helped defeat the vampire Lilica Hubert, he had Kotono make a Sailor Moon button for her as well.
He is interested in science fiction, UFOs and the paranormal activity that occurs in the area. He greatly respects Mamoru, who is an upperclassman at his school.
Asanuma initially thinks that the Sailor Guardians are aliens. However, after he sees Luna talk, Makoto confesses the Guardians' identities to him.
At the beginning of the Infinity arc he appears with Mamoru and Chibiusa in an amusement park,  and in the Stars arc he gives Mamoru's phone number to Usagi when she is unable to locate him.
In the anime, she is badly injured in a fight with Chiral and Achiral , two Black Moon members, causing Chibiusa to go into a fit and unleash her latent powers at the monsters.
She is voiced by Taeko Kawata. He is the younger brother of Kotono, who goes to school with Rei. He is known to be very athletic and sarcastic.
He appears in a later episode, when Chibiusa befriends a boy named Hiroki, who is trying to build a flying machine. He is voiced by Kazumi Okushima in his initial appearance, and by Daisuke Sakaguchi in all subsequent appearances.
His Cloverway Inc. As the Queen regnant of the Moon, she reigned during the first Silver Millennium era. She states that the ancient Earth civilizations have known her as the moon goddess , Selene.
Queen Serenity first appears as a hologram, having saved her spirit within a computer in order to preserve her will. Afterwards, she only appears in flashbacks.
She also appears in the "Special Act" of the live-action series. She is voiced by Mika Doi in the first anime series, with Mami Koyama taking over the role for Crystal.
They have the ability to sense evil, and sometimes attack enemies. Eventually, they reveal themselves as the Power Guardians — small humanoid sprites charged with guarding Sailor Mars.
They are later revealed to be from the planet Coronis when they encounter Sailor Lead Crow , who is also from Coronis.
The two of them have Star Seeds on a level near or equal to a Sailor Crystal. In the live-action series, Rei's crows appear only in the third episode.
In the Another Story video game, they go with her on the search for Jadeite's stone. They were portrayed by male actors in animal costumes.
Helios and Endymion never met, though they were aware of each other and the fact that they shared the same wish of protecting Earth. Remembering a woman he had seen in a vision, he sends out his spirit in the form of Pegasus to seek her help.
He and Chibiusa become close, and he eventually discovers that her adult version is the woman he had seen. In the end, when the enemy is defeated and he has departed on the back of the "real" Pegasus, Chibiusa thinks to herself that when she has grown up, he will become her "prince".
They escaped the Dead Moon Circus's curse by falling asleep. The Maenads eventually awaken and guide Chibiusa to Helios, and later appear along with the main characters after Nehelenia's defeat.
In the original anime adaptation's fourth season, Sailor Moon SuperS , Helios guards the Golden Crystal that protects the sweet and beautiful dreams of Earth's people, as well as drawing more power and strength from those dreams.
Nehelenia attacks him because she wants the Crystal for herself, so Helios leaves his own body to flee with the Crystal. Taking on the form of the mythical Pegasus, he places the Crystal on his forehead as a horn and hides in Chibiusa's dreams.
There, he asks for her help and grants power to her and to her allies using several special items. Though he does not trust Chibiusa at first, they gradually develop a connection, and in the end he tells her his secrets by revealing his world of Elysion as well as his true form and name.
In the musicals , Pegasus is voiced by Yuta Enomoto. Takeuchi stated that she was dissatisfied with Helios' clothing design, having created his outfit in a hurry because it was easy to draw and she was pressed for time.
She describes the result as "ugly" and "a disaster", commenting that the character inherited his "irresponsible ways" from herself.
She cannot reveal herself until her wounds are healed, and the Starlights lose contact with her. She travels to Earth because she senses the birth of the Silver Crystal, and hides in a censer that is guarded by Chibi-Chibi.
She has her own Guardian form, Sailor Kakyuu, and later reveals to Sailor Moon that her own lover had died in the war against Galaxia. She dies in Sailor Moon's arms, saying that she wants to be reborn, maybe in a world without war, but at the very least to be with everyone again.
In the anime adaptation, Kakyuu goes to Earth to locate the "Light of Hope" and to hide from Galaxia. However, after Kakyuu is found, Galaxia steals her Star Seed, killing her.
After Sailor Moon defeats Chaos, Kakyuu is revived. She and the Starlights return to Kinmoku to rebuild and start over. In the original Japanese series, her voice actress is Sakiko Tamagawa.
In the English dub, she is voiced by Allegra Clark. She appears to be a very young child and imitates the ends of others' sentences, mostly saying "chibi".
Her red-pink hair is always up in two heart shaped odango with little ringlets sticking out the sides, echoing Usagi's hairstyle.
Chibi-Chibi's name is a doubling of the Japanese term meaning "small person" or "small child" and is used both for that reason and because of Chibi-Chibi's similarity to Chibiusa.
It is also a pun, as the word Chibi-Chibi means "making something last". Chibi-Chibi is first shown floating down to Earth with an umbrella in her hand and shows up at the Tsukino house.
In order to protect her Star Seed from being corrupted, she sent it away to Earth, where it became Chibi-Chibi. In the end, Chibi-Chibi transforms herself into the Sword of Sealing fuuin no ken , the weapon Galaxia had used to seal away Chaos, and Chibi-Chibi begs Sailor Moon to use it to defeat them.
During the battle, Galaxia shatters the sword, killing Chibi-Chibi. Takeuchi praised Kawasaki's cuteness as Chibi-Chibi.
She is given her own song, "Mou ii no" English: It's All Right , which she sings to announce that she has come to rejoin Galaxia. At first, she wants Sailor Moon to destroy the Galaxy Cauldron altogether, ensuring Chaos' destruction, but Sailor Moon protests, realizing that if the Cauldron is destroyed no more stars will be born, leaving the Galaxy without a future.
Sailor Moon chooses to sacrifice herself to the Cauldron and seal Chaos away, which Cosmos realizes to have been the right decision.
Reminded of the strength and courage she herself needs to have, Sailor Cosmos returns to the future with new hope.
Differences in character between the Sailor Guardians mirror differences in their hairstyles, fashion, and magical items, which has translated well into doll lines.
Mattel attributed this to the "fashion-action" blend of the Sailor Moon storyline; doll accessories included both fashion items and the Guardian's weapons.
Figuarts based on the characters' appearances from the first anime adaptation. Several characters, including Sailor Guardians, villains, supporting characters, and monsters of the day are featured in a collectible card game which was released in by Dart Flipcards.
Sailor Moon has been described largely in terms of its characters; a sustained volume narrative about a group of young heroines who are simultaneously heroic and introspective, active and emotional, dutiful and ambitious.
The function of the Sailor Guardians themselves has been analyzed by critics, often in terms of feminist theory.
Napier described the Sailor Guardians as "powerful, yet childlike", and suggested that this is because Sailor Moon is aimed towards an audience of young girls.
She stated that the Sailor Guardians readily accept their powers and destinies and do not agonize over them, which can be read as an expression of power and success.
As sexualized teen heroines, they are significantly different from the sexless representation of s teen heroines such as Nausicaä. Mary Grigsby considered that the Sailor Guardians blend ancient characteristics and symbols of femininity with modern ideas, reminding the audience of a pre-modern time when females were equal to males,  but other critics drew parallels with the modern character type of the aggressive cyborg woman, pointing out that the Sailor Guardians are augmented by their magical equipment.
Kazuko Minomiya has described the daily lives of the girls within the series as risoukyou , or "utopic". They are shown as enjoying many leisure activities such as shopping, visiting amusement parks, and hanging out at the Crown Arcade.
According to Allison, Minomiya points out that the depiction of life is harder and more serious for male superheroes. Jason Thompson found the Sailor Moon anime reinvigorated the magical girl genre by adding dynamic heroines and action-oriented plots.
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Both of the broaches have a yellow star on them and wings attached to the right and left sides, with the broach above the multicolored ribbons having two white ribbons coming out of it.
Her footwear consists of white high-heeled shoes with wings. Additionally, her accessories consists of the aforementioned broaches, white rings on each of her fingers except for her thumbs , white earrings, a tiara with white beads and a yellow star in the middle, a white choker with a yellow star in the middle, white barrettes, and white and yellow circular odango covers.
She also dons a long white cape. She comes from a distant future, where all was destroyed, due to the battle with Chaos.
After a long time fighting, she fled to the past in the form of Chibi Chibi to encourage Eternal Sailor Moon to defeat Chaos in the final battle of the series.
This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. She said that she would return to her own future, inspired by Sailor Moon's strength, and that she would resume her fight in order to reclaim the mantle that she lost with her cowardice.
Sailor Cosmos' nature was not entirely clear, and her appearances in Act 59 and Act 60 brought forth more questions than answers.
It was stated by Sailor Ceres that she was the ultimate future form of Sailor Moon, but it was unclear whether Sailor Cosmos was the future self of the current Sailor Moon thus making her Usagi 's next incarnation after Neo-Queen Serenity , a reincarnation of the current Sailor Moon, a descendant of the current Sailor Moon, or even Sailor Moon from an alternate future.
Naoko Takeuchi herself seemed to imply when questioned that Cosmos' true identity was intended to be ambiguous to everyone, including herself.
In the musicals , Sailor Cosmos was played by Satomi Okubo. She appeared in Le Mouvement Final. From WikiMoon. Jump to: navigation , search.
Trivia [ edit ] The Light of Hope In the anime , a brief shot of a silhouette appeared in episode after Chibi Chibi transformed into the Light of Hope.
It resembled Sailor Cosmos, leaving many fans to speculate if it was intended to be her. According to ancient Greek belief, Cosmos represented order, and was the antithesis of Chaos.
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