Breaking News! Viz Media Posts Second Official Classic Sailor Moon Dub Clip

Yesterday’s clip not enough for you? Well, we’ve got another one! Michelle Ruff as Luna is the feature of this two minute clip, where Luna tracks down Usagi and drafts her into becoming a Sailor Guardian. Once again it advertises the Blu Ray Limited Edition set, and as mentioned on their Youtube page, if you order at Rightstuf, you can get a limited edition coin printed with Sailor Moon’s transformation brooch!


Breaking News! Viz Media Posts First Official Sailor Moon Classic Dub Clip

Today Viz Media posted the very first peek we have at the new Sailor Moon Classic dub! This short clip features the scene where Usagi and Mamoru first meet, introducing us to Stephanie Sheh as Usagi and Robbie Daymond as Mamoru. The clip also shows off an image of the chipboard art box that will be released with the limited edition Blu Ray set this November. Check it out below!

Classic Sailor Moon’s Release Date & Meet the cast of Sailor Moon’s VIZ Redub!

Well, looks like the VIZ staff at Anime Expo had a busy weekend! First, we have a release date for the first Sailor Moon Blu-Ray and DVD sets. Set your calendars for a November 11 release! The Blu-ray combo pack set has three Blu-Ray discs packed in a box that includes space for the second part, as well as a collectable booklet with episode guises, character profiles and other art. Though we have no box art, RightStuf is already offering the set with a special coin with a Sailor Moon’s transformation brooch design for a limited amount of copies!

We also have our classic Sailor Moon redub’s cast listing! Listed below are all of our confirmed cast members and some roles you might know them from.
Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon – Stephanie Sheh
-Bleach as Orihime Inoue
-Kannazuki No Miko as Himeko Kurusugawa
-Lucky Star as Akira Kogami
– The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya as Mikuru Asahina

Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury – Kate Higgins
-Code Geass as C.C.
-Bleach as Karin Kurosaki, and Retsu Unohana
-Fate/Stay Night as Saber

Rei Hino/Sailor Mars – Cristina Vee
-Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha as Nanoha Takamachi
-Puella Magi Madoka Magica as Homura Akemi
-K-On! as Mio Akiyama

Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter – Amanda C. Miller
-Squid Girl as Takeru Aizawa
-Blue Exorcist as Yoshikuni
-K-ON! Season 2 as Nobuyo Nakajima

Minako Aino/Sailor Venus – Cherami Leigh
-Fairy Tail as Lucy Heartfilia
-Shakugan no Shana (Seasons 2 & 3) as Shana
– Peach Girl as Sae Kashiwagi

Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Mask – Robbie Daymond
He’s done very little work on anime, but you might know him from these:
-Breadwinners as SwaySway
-Transformers: Rescue Bots as Evan / Myles
– Fairy Fencer F as Bernard
Also, check out some of his voice demos on his Vimeo page here.

Michelle Ruff – Luna
– Bleach as Rukia Kuchiki
-The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya as Yuki Nagato
– Paranoia Agent as Tsukiko Sagi
-Kannazuki no Miko as Chikane Himemiya

Johnny Yong Bosch – Artemis
Bleach as Ichigo Kurosaki
Wolf’s Rain as Kiba
Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit as Sagum
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya as Itsuki Koizumi

* Naru Osaka – Danielle Nicole (Unknown Actress)

Gurio Umino – Ben Diskin
-Codename: Kids Next Door as Nigel Uno (Numbuh 1), and Hoagie P. Gilligan Jr. (Numbuh 2)
– Blood Lad as Wolf
– Naruto – Arashi Fuma

Ikuko Tsukino – Tara Platt
– Fate/stay night as Caster
-Rave Master as Reina
-Naruto as Tenmari

Kenji Tsukino – Keith Silverstein
-Monster as Johan Liebert
-Naruto/Naruto Shippuden as Kimimaro, Yura
– Accel World as Red Rider

Shingo – Nicolas Roye
– Mikey Kudo in Digimon Fusion
– Muta Arabume in Naruto Shippuden
– Bhakti in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

Queen Beryl – Cindy Robinson
– Dr. Atsuko Chiba/Paprika in Paprika
– Balsa in Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit
– Pepper Potts in Iron Man anime

Jadeite – Todd Haberkorn
– Shiro Iori in Kill la Kill
– Italy in Hetalia
– Death the Kid in Soul Eater

Nephrite – Liam O’Brien
– Garra of the Sand in Naruto
– Captain Jushiro Ukitake in Bleach
– Vincent Law in Ergo Proxy

Zoicite – Lucien Dodge
– Yukio Hans Vorarlberna in Bleach
– Isaac in Tiger & Bunny
– Waver Velvet in Fate/Zero

Kunzite – Patrick Seitz
– Franky in One Piece
– Luke Valentine in Hellsing
– Ira Gamagoori in Kill la Kill


With such an impressive mix of talent, it will be very interesting to see how the redub turns out!  We will post more details as available.

And don’t forget about rings!  These are your first pieces of merchandise from Sailor Moon Crystal. Similar to other rings that have been released, fans have a choice of which character’s color gem they would like, and are coated in 18-carat gold. They are available to order at P-Bandai and cost $111.10 USD.


Viz Media Announces Sailor Moon Crystal to Stream on Hulu, Anime Expo Sailor Moon events

Viz Media is hard at work preparing us for a summer we won’t forget! They’ve released the Sailor Moon Crystal trailer with English subtitles on their official Youtube page, which included the notice that Neon Alley and Hulu will join the list of companies streaming Crystal alongside Crunchyroll and NicoNico. Check it out below!



They have also released their Anime Expo panel schedule, which includes a Moon filled Saturday! (Check out their Facebook posting for the full schedule of events.) Included in the list is a special panel showcasing the world premiere of the first two episodes of the new 90’s Sailor Moon dub! Attendees will also have a Sailor Moon Crystal screening to check out as well!

For more details on all of the fun filled Sailor Moon activities they have planned like their photo shoot and autograph panel, please see their detailed listing on their official website that Emily also mentioned on our Facebook page!

Sailor Moon Crystal’s Trailer Has Been Released!

A few days ago Sailor Moon’s official Youtube page posted a trailer for the new Crystal anime! While giving us a quick peek at some animation and art, we also were finally treated to our first bits of voice acting!



Kotono Mitsuishi has returned to her role as our heroine, Usagi, and Luna’s new voice actress, Ryō Hirohashi,  makes a cameo as our narrator! Ryō has done many voice roles in the past, and some of her more well-known titles include voicing Sora Naegino in Kaleidostar, Konata Izumi in the Lucky Star drama CD’S and video games, and Kyō Fujibayashi in Clannad.

One more surprise was listed, though, we now know who will be voicing Tuxedo Mask! Kenji Nojima has the honor of playing the leading man, and has starred in popular anime like Tomoya Okazaki from the Clannad film, Pell from One Piece, and Keisaku Satou from Shakugan no Shana.

The text at the end of the trailer details the Niconico premiere set for July fifth, and states it will air the first and third Saturday of each month. It also mentions that Momoiro Clover Z is going to preform both the opening and ending theme song. Crystal’s shaping up to be quite the event this summer, since the trailer’s release even made it to news outlets such as the Huffington Post!