Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Crystal
Ah… Sh*t. Why the hell did they make another Sailor Moon anime? I swear to god… I never understood these series. What’s so great about it? The main characters are all pain in the asses and the only viewer audience that comes to mind when I heard the words “Sailor Moon” are teenage girls.
I still don’t like the characters. I just don’t. Would I be able to pick most of them out of a hundred character line-up? Definitely. No problem there. It’s their facial expressions, the body language and those transformation sequences… Kill me!
I have no idea what it’s about. I never followed any of the series because I just stopped watching after the first episode. My butthole kept clenching tight every time I saw that annoying blonde. I’m not the type to badmouth a story when I have no idea what it’s about so I’ll leave it at that.
I honestly do not recommend this. Yes, if you are a troubled teenage girl that spends way too much time watching anime. Go ahead. Go nuts. Guys? Don’t do it. Male anime fans have a bad reputation for being disgusting, fat, ugly monsters that never leave their rooms. Male Sailor Moon fans are about ten times worse than that, so don’t do it.
Plot Summary: Usagi Tsukino was a normal second-year middle school girl whose own life changes one day when she encounters a black cat. The cat’s name is Luna who can talk and bears a cresent moon on her forehead. Luna tells Usagi that she is the chosen guardian of justice with the power to transform into Sailor Moon. Usagi now has a new responsiblity which is a mission to find the Illusionary Silver Crystal as well as the other chosen guardians to protect the Moon Princess. During her mission, she must deal with various enemies sent by Queen Beryl who is also after the Illusionary Silver Crystal.