Sailor Moon Crystal Comes Home

Viz Media is allowing us the chance to get our Sailor Moon fix whenever we want by bring set one of Sailor Moon Crystal to home media. Yes, you read right, the first 14 episodes of Sailor Moon Crystal can be yours to watch whenever you want.


Naoko Takeuchi’s landmark series, Sailor Moon, returns for a new generation! Sailor Moon Crystal tells the story of Usagi Tsukino, an awkward teenage girl whose life is turned upside-down when she becomes Sailor Moon, guardian of justice and the Legendary Silver Crystal. With Tokyo under constant threat from the dark forces of Queen Metalia, Usagi’s arrival couldn’t have come at a better time. And luckily, she won’t have to do it alone! Other Sailor Guardians are awakening to join in the fight and help Usagi answer the biggest question of all: What power does the Legendary Silver Crystal hold? 

Don’t go running to your favourite anime store yet because Sailor Moon Crystal set one will be released on August 16th for home media….but it’s available for pre-order right now. Set one will be available as a Limited Edition Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack as well as a Standard Edition Set. You can pre-order from any number of leading outlets ad online retailers but those who order from will receive a special acrylic sun-catcher featuring the Sailor Moon Guardian team while supplies last.



Both editions of Sailor Moon Crystal Set one will have ton of bonus features including he uncut English dub and Japanese subtitles but the Limited Edition Combo Pack also includes 7 full-color collectible art cards and a premium full-color art booklet featuring episode summaries as well as series trailers, a digital art gallery and an interview featurette with the english voice actors. The Sailor Moon Crystal Set one Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack will carry an MSRP of $79.99 U.S. / $99.99 CAN while the Standard Edition DVD will carry an MSRP of $39.99 U.S. / $51.99 CAN


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Kaleigh John

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