Sorry it’s been a while but not much news other then simple merchandizing has been coming out about Sailor Moon. We’re hoping for more information of the new series soon since the set date is something this winter.
However, we do have some news for those of you who are fans of the English dub version.
Roland Parliament, the voice of Melvin and voice director for the first 65 episodes of the English dub of Sailor Moon, has written a book about his time working on the show. This book was written this past summer and includes contributions and photos from many of the voice actors that worked on the original DiC dubbed episodes of Sailor Moon. The book is currently with the editor so it should be completed soon.
We’ll be sure to share any more details about this book’s release as it’s release approaches.
Until next time, ClubSailorMoon says see ya!
To all the Moonies out there…I had fun this weekend and now it’s Hallowe’en. I am just over the top happy! HAPPY HALLOWE’EN from all us at ClubSailorMoon.
Okay. I’m going to be kinda lazy today. I’ve been feeling very sick lately so haven’t posted alot However, while I’ve been sick UnPlugged Expo has been gathering more people to be at their Sailor Moon 20th Anniversary event coming this October 26th and 27th. How am I being lazy? Instead of making a few posts saying who was confimed and who they were in Sailor Moon…I’m just giving you a large list of the people already going to be in attendance. Yeah I know….not the best thing to do but hey! It’s something right?
Okay. So the list goes as such:
Ron Rubin who voiced Artemis
Jill Frappier who voiced Luna, Queen Berly and Sailor Pluto/Trista
Julie Lemieux who voiced Sammy and Pereru
Roland Parliament who voiced Melvin
Katie Griffin who voiced Sailor Mars/Raye
Stephanie Morgenstern who voiced Sailor Venus/Mina
Susan Roman who voiced Sailor Jupiter/Lita
Terrie Hawks who voiced Sailor Moon/Serena
I’m still waiting for them to get Sugar who voiced Sailor Chibi Moon!!! Let’s face it….Sugar rocks! But alas…time is running thin. And they still need to find the outers and Mercury! Where for art thou Mercury?
Okay, well until next time, ClubSailorMoon says…See ya!
Sorry about the website being down, The reason was that we had to move the server to a new Node, and we had issues along the way so that’s why we went down for two days. I’m making this post to let you all know what happen. Hope that explains it
Just to assure you everything is fine now and you should not face any problems, but if you do then let us know by posting a comment under this post or by sending a PM to a staff member.
Until next time ClubSailorMoon says cya!
The latest issue of ROLa Magazine, a magazine in Japan, includes an interview with Naoko Takeuchi, the creator of Sailor Moon. Naoko Takeuchi very rarely makes public appearances and has done next to no publicity since Sailor Moon went off the air over 15 years ago. Fumio Osano, her editor, also participates in this interview.
The hard working people at Miss Dream have translated the interview for English fans to enjoy. So go ahead and check it out for some great insight into the early concept of Sailor Moon.
This is only the first part of the interview. The second half will appear in the next issues of ROLa.
Until next time ClubSailorMoon says, See ya!
Vincent Corazza, best known as the voice of Tuxedo Mask during the S and SuperS of the English dub, will be making an appearance at Kishi Con in Weslaco Texas September 6th to the 8th. Though he only took over as Tuxedo Mask later in the series Vincent Corazza was part of the English dub from the first set of dubbed episodes in his portrayal of the alien Alan from the Doom Tree story arc of Sailor Moon R.
Have fun watching it. Subbed by those at Miss. Dream. Sailor Moon news away!
The Sailor Moon live event, which was held on Sunday August 4th, gave us a small amount of information on the new anime. It was mentioned that the new Sailor Moon anime would begin airing this winter, streaming on Niconico, a Japanese streaming video service. Fumio Osano was in attendance but didn’t have much to say. Not much else was learned aside from it being based on the old anime but not being a remake, which is fairly vague.
Hopefully more information will be available in the future, but for now this is enough for me to be satisfied. Until next time, which I hope is soon, ClubSailorMoon says see you!
So far, Unplugged Expo has gathered Stephanie Morgenstern, the voice of Sailor Venus, Susan Roman, the voice of Sailor Jupiter, Katie Griffin, the voice of Sailor Mars and Roland Parliament, the voice of Melvin and voice director for the first 65 episodes. Now Terri Hawkes, the voice of Sailor Moon for most of the episodes in the first two seasons, is also confirmed!
Who knows how much more voice actors will be gathered in time for the convention this October? I can’t wait to see. Well, until next time ClubSailorMoon says See ya!
Roland Parliament, the voice of Melvin and the voice director for the first 65 episodes of the English dub of Sailor Moon, will be appearing at the Unplugged Expo in downtown Toronto October 26th and the 27th.
Confirmed so far for the 20th anniversary celebration of Sailor Moon at this expo is:
Stephanie Morgenstern, the voice of Sailor Venus,
Susan Roman, the voice of Sailor Jupiter,
Katie Griffin, the voice of Sailor Mars.
I really hope there will be even more guests joining this list in the coming months!
Until next time ClubSailorMoon says, see ya!