Naoko's Work for the Series

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Everyone knows Naoko Takeuchi as the artist / author behind the original Sailor Moon manga, but that's not her only contribution to the franchise. I thought it might be helpful to compile a list of everything she's worked on for the series in one place. (Let me know if I've missed anything or made any mistakes.)

MANGA
- Artist / Author (with staff) of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (original Nakayoshi serialization, 18 volume tankoban, 14 volume shinsoban, 10 volume kanzenban)​
- Artist / Author (with staff) of Codename: Sailor V (original RunRun serialization, 3 volume tankoban, 2 volume shinsoban, 2 volume kanzenban)​
- Artist of the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Original Picture Collection (5 volumes)​
- Artist of the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Materials Collection art book​
- Artist (with contributors) of the self-published Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Infinity art book​
- Artist / designer of numerous furoku (promotional items / gifts)​

ANIME
- Designed the Sailor Moon R super deformed eyecatch​
- Storyboarded Sailor Moon's transformation sequence (unused?)​
- Designed Balm, Flau, and possibly other monsters-of-the-day​
- Likely designed Mika (Shingo's classmate / love interest)​
- Designed the covers for the animanga​
- Artist / Author (with staff) of The Lover of Princess Kaguya side story for the purpose of being adapted into the Sailor Moon S film​
- Designed the original characters for the Sailor Moon SuperS film​
- Scenarioist of:​
Usagi/Eternal Sailor Moon's Sailor Stars prolog​
Chibiusa/Sailor Chibi Moon's Sailor Stars prolog and poem​
Ami/Sailor Mercury's Sailor Stars prolog and poem​
Rei/Sailor Mars's Sailor Stars prolog and poem​
Mako/Sailor Jupiter's Sailor Stars prolog and poem​
Minako/Sailor Venus's Sailor Stars prolog and poem​

- Scenarioist and composer of​
Setsuna/Sailor Pluto's Sailor Stars prolog and poem​
Hotaru/Sailor Saturn's Sailor Stars poem​
- Lyricist of:​
AIKOTOBA WA MOON PRISM POWER MAKE UP! (“THE PASSWORD IS MOON PRISM POWER MAKE-UP!”)​
AI NO MEGAMI NO HOW TO LOVE ("THE GODDESS OF LOVE'S 'HOW TO LOVE'")​
AI WO SHINJITERU ("I BELIEVE IN LOVE")​
ASHITA MO MATA JITENSHA (“BICYCLE AGAIN TOMORROW”)​
CHIKARA WO AWASETE ("COMBINING STRENGTHS")​
GINGA ICHI MIBUN CHIGAI NA KATAOMOI ("UNREQUITED LOVE A STATION APART IN THE GALAXY")​
GOLDEN QUEEN GALAXIA​
HONOO NO SOGEKISHA (FLAME SNIPER)​
HOTTOKENAI YO ("I CAN'T LEAVE HER ALONE!")​
I AM SAILOR MOON​
INITIAL U​
LUNA!​
MABOROSHI NO GINZUISHOU ~ SILVER CRYSTAL (“MYSTICAL SILVER CRYSTAL”)​
MAYONAKA HITORI ("ALONE AT MIDNIGHT")​
NAGAREBOSHI HE (“TO THE SHOOTING STARS”)​
PRINCESS MOON​
“RASHIKU” IKIMASHO ("I’LL GO AS 'MYSELF'")​
ROUTE VENUS​
SAILOR STAR SONG​
SAILOR TEAM NO THEME (“SAILOR TEAM’S THEME”)​
SENSHI NO OMOI ("FEELINGS OF A SOLDIER")​
TODOKANU OMOI -MY FRIEND’S LOVE- (“UNREACHABLE FEELINGS: MY FRIEND’S LOVE”)​
TUXEDO MIRAGE​
TUXEDO NIGHT​
WE BELIEVE YOU​
SAILOR MOON CHRISTMAS​

VIDEO GAMES
- Cover art for the Sailor Moon SFC Strategy Guide
- Designed the monsters Hirahira, Gorogoro, and Muchimuchi for the Sailor Moon SFC Game
- Cover art for the Sailor Moon R SFC Strategy Guide
- Designed Past Wiseman for the Sailor Moon PC Engine game

MUSICALS
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LIVE ACTION SERIES
- Casting the main five girls (especially fought for Miyuu Sawai to be cast as Usagi/Sailor Moon)
- Designed Sailor Luna / Luna Tsukino
- Possibly designed Dark Sailor Mercury and Princess Sailor Moon (???)
- Lyricist of:
KATAGOSHI NI KINSEI (“Venus Over My Shoulder”)​
KIRARI*SAILOR DREAM! (Sparkle*Sailor Dream!)​
OVER RAINBOW TOUR​

CRYSTAL
- Story supervisor (?) for Sailor Moon Eternal
- Lyricist of:
GEKKOU (Moonbow)​
Futte mo harete mo - come rain or come shine - ("Whether it Rains or Shines")​
 
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Unrelated but from Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 (released in 1995 in Japan & 2003 in North America):



She's credited twice in this game:



As for the musicals, not sure on those myself but she did appear to congratulate some of the Moon actresses who had their final performances like Anza in 1998 & Marina in 2005.
 
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