The decades-long search for the American version of sailor moon It finally came to an end. Ray Mona, YouTuber Who Documents Her Efforts to Find Lost Media (Including the unreleased I mean girls Game), from the reveal of the pilot episode of the unfinished, never-ending series, which was sailor moon The fan base became known as Saban Mon.
The The story of the American sailor moon It begins in 1993, about two years before the appearance of the dubbed Sailor the moon that we know today. At that time, animation studio Toon Makers collaborated with Renaissance Atlantic Entertainment, the producers behind the original power Rangers, trying to make an English version of the series. The two companies offered a project that mixed live action and animation that eventually didn’t take off. We just got a glimpse of what came out of the project in brief Music video shown at animation conference in the nineties.
But now we have the first episode complete. in two parts (part One | The second part) Its events take place over several months, Mona saw the details of her journey to reveal Saban Mon. with help Kotaku Reporter Cecilia Danastasio who Try to find the long lost link in 2018She obtained permission from former US Bandai President Frank Ward to obtain a copy of the footage from the Library of Congress that she included in her video.
The pilot starts at 1:43:48 In the second part of the Ray Mona series, it is amazing to finally take a look at the series that never came to fruition. The episode splits its time between the animated and live-action format, with Sailor Scout—and even Luna—playing a real-life actress during their time on Earth. During the space sequences, the show switches to an animated version that swaps out the original star-studded look sailor moonCharacters for something you see in a classic Disney movie.
It’s a completely different experience from the chain, and I have to say it was totally worth the wait.
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