Sailor Moon Cosmos announced for Summer 2023

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I can't even think of what else we could learn about the Inners that we don't already know, especially after 5 seasons and then by this point they would all be grown women living "regular lives" unless they were in fact living the life like that flashback from the R series portrayed...patrolling around transformed all the time.
Well, the Special Act of PGSM could be used as a reference. :)
 

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I bet we'll eventually get that for the 60th anniversary of :usagi: once the franchise has run dry with the 3rd reboot of Crystal complete with all the side stories and even more Shitennou ::love:: Senshi side arcs. :googly:
Another newcomer will design first 2 seasons, followed by season 3 with flat chests (instead of flat heads), and Sakou Yukie for last 2 seasons (like Tadano for SME and SMCosmos).
 
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Now Kon has tapdanced on out too. Both seemed very thrilled at the start of the project but by the end they both looked they'd just handed over a pot of their energy to Queen Beryl.

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I would do the same in her place. I'm under the impression PNP didn't let her have 30% of the creative freedom she had in S3. Eternal is a movie with awful storytelling and I really doubt she would do that out of free will or deliberate cheapness.
What did Sakai say after he completed Crystal II, though? Never heard of this tweet.
 

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What have the vets thought of the series? I wish I knew what the original Inners VAs thought and the original director of Classic, R, S, and SuperS.
I think that if they did have nice things to say, we would've already heard of at this point.
Rica Fukami is (or used to be) pretty active on social media, I believe she would say something if she liked it? All I heard of was Ogata saying Crystal Uranus "is a different character from the Uranus she played", when people on twitter complained over the recast on S3.
 
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I would do the same in her place. I'm under the impression PNP didn't let her have 30% of the creative freedom she had in S3. Eternal is a movie with awful storytelling and I really doubt she would do that out of free will or deliberate cheapness.
What did Sakai say after he completed Crystal II, though? Never heard of this tweet.
If I remember correctly, the staff held a party on the day SMC act 26 was aired. I know why, lol, because they could get rid of trauma finally.
 
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I think that if they did have nice things to say, we would've already heard of at this point.
Rica Fukami is (or used to be) pretty active on social media, I believe she would say something if she liked it? All I heard of was Ogata saying Crystal Uranus "is a different character from the Uranus she played", when people on twitter complained over the recast on S3.
This is something I hate about Japan. Whebever they reboot something in the US the OG actors and stuff share their opinion no matter plositive or negative. In Japan they rarely do that and in most cases they say nothing. Kind a wonder what the Crystal commentary track for s1-2 is about. But nobody would ever translate that and it s probably useless voice actors rmbling.
 
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This is something I hate about Japan. Whebever they reboot something in the US the OG actors and stuff share their opinion no matter plositive or negative. In Japan they rarely do that and in most cases they say nothing. Kind a wonder what the Crystal commentary track for s1-2 is about. But nobody would ever translate that and it s probably useless voice actors rmbling.
Simply because the Japanese are a bit hypocritical. They never say anything in front, always from behind or in a closed circle.
 
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This is something I hate about Japan. Whebever they reboot something in the US the OG actors and stuff share their opinion no matter plositive or negative. In Japan they rarely do that and in most cases they say nothing. Kind a wonder what the Crystal commentary track for s1-2 is about. But nobody would ever translate that and it s probably useless voice actors rmbling.
Those comments are just about the characters and how they're excited when doing voice over. No company would let any bad comments remain in the products. :huh:
 
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I would do the same in her place. I'm under the impression PNP didn't let her have 30% of the creative freedom she had in S3. Eternal is a movie with awful storytelling and I really doubt she would do that out of free will or deliberate cheapness.
What did Sakai say after he completed Crystal II, though? Never heard of this tweet.
From what I remember, when I was on his profile he had put, if I remember correctly in all caps that "he would never work for Toei ever again for the rest of life" or something like that. Either way, you could tell he was upset. Later that tweet was gone...so I take it his experience wasn't pleasant for one reason or another.
 

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Simply because the Japanese are a bit hypocritical. They never say anything in front, always from behind or in a closed circle.
I think you say that out of a major cultural difference.
The Japanese indeed don't speak badly of other people in front of them, even when they need to. While on the other hand, you guys from France are famous for being too... Straightforward. Just like the Portuguese and the Italians.
Balance is needed IMO. Most cultures don't have that, unfortunately :D
 
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I think you say that out of a major cultural difference.
The Japanese indeed don't speak badly of other people in front of them, even when they need to. While on the other hand, you guys from France are famous for being too... Straightforward. Just like the Portuguese and the Italians.
Balance is needed IMO. Most cultures don't have that, unfortunately :D
I prefer to be a frank person, and to say face to face what I think than to say it behind. Afterwards, we must also add that I have no filter, and there hello to the person in front of me where I have to say what I have to say. ^_^
 

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I prefer to be a frank person, and to say face to face what I think than to say it behind. Afterwards, we must also add that I have no filter, and there hello to the person in front of me where I have to say what I have to say. ^_^
That's alright.
You have the right to say the Japanese are "hypocritical". It's your freedom of speech. But if someone ever tells you "French people are so rude, they say whatever they want in your face", you are supposed to accept they have the right to give their opinion on other folks, just like you do. =^_^=
 
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I'm very upfront too. I don't like gossip behind people's backs or things but I can certainly respect if this is the norms in other places. Even as upfront as I can be, when I went to Mexico this year and was in the company of locals, many were very direct that I was caught off guard, lol. I've heard Germans can be a very direct crowd as well.

I've always seen the Japanese as pretty reserved society not interested in confrontation but I've never been to Japan (maybe one day) plus I can't group all people in the same bucket.

I sort of like it now it is here in the USA but also hate it as they can be critical and sometimes some people are critical for the sake of being an a--hole and not anything genuine.

I wonder which Sailor Senshi is the most blunt? Probably Rei or Michiru.
 
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This is something I hate about Japan. Whebever they reboot something in the US the OG actors and stuff share their opinion no matter plositive or negative. In Japan they rarely do that and in most cases they say nothing. Kind a wonder what the Crystal commentary track for s1-2 is about. But nobody would ever translate that and it s probably useless voice actors rmbling.
Japan is polite society.I don't know how any of them would feel.The only time a Japanese voice actor spoke anything.Is when the original Haruka voice was telling fans of the original.Who were upset she was replace .She told them the character from the 90s anime and manga were different characters.
For changes my understanding is for anime adaptions the creators have to approve of the changes.Like Tokyo Mew Mew reboot changes were approve by the author.
 
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Did Naoko ever make note on the Sailor Senshi having male children? Would any type of power skip over them or would they be like modern day Kamens of their respective planets..lol...Anyways, jokes aside, and how do the senshi's current parents tie into the history? I know it was never directly mentioned to my knowledge but when a Sailor Senshi is reincarnated/reborn are their parents just random choices or is their possibly a connection or reason why they are born to certain individuals? Could Mama Ikkuo have been an important person in the past or at least her ancestors were maybe descendants of the moon kingdom?


Also would future seasons be willing to deal with a Sailor Senshi who was awakened but didn't want to fight with the Sailor Senshi and instead wanted to fight against them? Not as like the situation with Galaxia but similar to the Opposite Senshi in Sailor Moon Another Story video game or at least letting them form some type of rebellion against Neo Queen Serenity similar to Black Moon.