Posted October 27th, 2014 by Emily
Singer (and Sailor Moon fan) Mary Birchner shared this music video with us for her new single, “Throw Stones” which was inspired by Galaxia.
Her new album, Now The Spell Is Broken is being released today, October 27th. The album is inspired by the fifth season of Sailor Moon, so fans may find it an interesting listen!
Here’s a full description of the songs from Mary:
“Lost” – a trio sung from the perspective of the Starlights as they escape from Galaxia’s attack of their home planet. In this piece they wander the universe, bewildered and unsure where to go next.
“Incense Burner Lullaby” – lullaby sung from inside an incense burner by Princess Kakyuu to a sleeping Usagi, in the hopes of giving Usagi strength for her upcoming battle
“Finale” – inspired by the last moments of the final battle in episode 200, sung from Sailor Moon’s perspective as she attempts to free Galaxia’s spirit from Chaos’ clutches.
Posted October 25th, 2014 by Emily
European fans may be interested to hear about the appearances of Susan Roman (Sailor Jupiter), Toby Proctor (Tuxedo Mask #2), Katie Griffin (Sailor Mars #1) and Linda Ballantyne (Sailor Moon #3) at the Malta Comics Expo. Jennifer Cihi, who sang a number of songs for the English language soundtrack will also be appearing.
Here’s the video announcement featuring the voice actors:
The convention will be held October 31st-November 2nd at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valetta, Malta. Three day passes start at 31,50 € ($39.91 USD). Complete ticket information is available here.
The complete lineup of guests is available here.
For fans who attend — please share your experiences with us! We would love to see photos and hear about the first trip to a European anime convention for the Sailor Moon cast and one of the Sailor Moon singers!
Posted October 20th, 2014 by Emily
Here’s the second of the three public Sailor Moon panels that I recorded at Anime North this year.
I missed a small bit at the beginning, but just think of lingering smells and you’ll figure it out.
This is also where you can hear John Stocker confirming that he played Grandpa Hino in the series (this will be re-confirmed in our video interview coming later as well)
I am still editing the other videos from Anime North and will post as soon as they are processed. The third panel and our press interview will be coming up, so keep a lookout for them!
Posted October 8th, 2014 by Emily
This just in from an anonymous tip. Fans can watch the quick ad below which features Toby Proctor as a husband of a mother-to-be who makes the mistake of eating the last pickle.