That you'll have to be patient of looking. There is no set date as to when the subs will come out, especially with TV-Nihon, who's been behind for a while. Plus, the people who do these do them voluntarily, so if they don't do it, don't get mad at them.
Honestly, this calendar is a little cheesy. I wish they'd just erase "Sailor Moon" in yellow. A good calendar is slightly ruined now. I think I'll do a little Photoshop activity to it...
Oooo Act 23 might be interesting, with White Day the next day. You know, how it said on TVN's subtitles of 19 how on Valentine's Day girls give gifts to boys and a month later on March 14th, White Day, boys give girls gifts. I wonder if we'll see anything interesting with Usagi and Mamoru? And I completely forgot Hina Matsuri was on Wednesday x_x gah.
They did it again. At the Sailormoon homepage there, in the episode synopsis page for Act 21, they have an image of the girls looking at Ami's mittens in the karaoke room. Isn't that supposed to be from Act 22? I'm sure it is.
Hina Matsuri, basically is like a girl's holiday. Involves dolls, candies, little parties, and all kinds of neat things. It was funny, we had a Japanese student teacher over one year during this time and my mom learned about Hina Matsuri and decided to keep the little tradition of giving myself and the student teacher dolls. I got a um... korean Sailor Moon doll (its hidden in my closet somewhere, scary thing looks like it'll pull a Chucky on me or something) and she gave the student teacher a Barbie doll. It was amusing.
I think Sailormoon looks pretty good in this picture except for her boots, the way their shown makes her feet look huge O_o. Somehow the senshi look better in the calanders and pictures than they do in the show, probably due to some computer editing. Oh well, I guess that's how it goes.
I don't think the manga's storyline have been changed at all. Only, unnamed attacks now have attack names similar/same to the live action (i.e. Mercury Aqua Mist). The big changes are new covers, stickers, colored pages, and art edits here and there.