This is a collection of historical works set in World War II. These three episodes are based on Leiji Matsumoto’s Senjou Manga Series, which translated into English is Battlefield Comic Series, and follows two pilots and two soldiers.
Slipstream Erhardt von Rheindars (CV: Kenyuu Horiuchi) is a Luftwaffe pilot during World War II. After being unable to shake off pursuers and leaving the plane to stay alive he’s labeled as a coward. But he receives a new chance – he will escort a cargo plane where his beloved Melhenna (CV: Emi Shinohara) and her father are together with something classified. But knowing what it is makes this mission harder to go through with for Erhardt. Continue reading →
If hurting someone is the pride of a soldier, I don’t want it. Fighting is not the way, it won’t give you anything.
Earth is again in danger, but this time the enemy is Sailor Soldiers and three Sailor Soldiers, the Starlights, fighting the enemies appear from outside our solar system. Usagi Tsukino (CV: Kotono Mitsuishi) is unsure how to deal with this, and neither are her friends, while the outer soldiers tell them to stay away from the three foreign soldiers.
Meanwhile, Usagi’s life is a mess. Her beloved Mamoru Chiba (CV: Tooru Furuya) has gone to America to study, a new little girl, Chibi Chibi (CV: Kotono Mitsuishi), has appeared at her house as Usagi’s little sister (is it her child from the future?!) and one of the three idol transfer students, Kou Seiya (CV: Shiho Niiyama), is hitting on her. Continue reading →
Ami Mizuno (CV: Aya Hisakawa) is a top-student who always is the student with the top scores at the tests. But at her cram school they have a test and someone else gets a better score than her. Because of that she feels like she has gotten a rival, while the rest of the gang feel like Ami must have fallen in love with the mysterious top-scorer.
This special from SuperS, the fifth season of Sailor Moon, is a supposedly funny story about Ami’s first love and includes the typical fighting, although Ami is the main character. It’s worse than the season itself, in my opinion, but is more or less typical for Sailor Moon. Just a waste of your time.
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Usagi Tsukino (CV: Kotono Mitsuishi) is the reincarnation of the Moon Princess. She now is the magical girl Sailor Moon with her friends and her boyfriend. Her future daughter, Chibiusa (CV: Kae Araki) has been sent from the future to train with her mother’s past self. Earth is now threatened by the queen of the dark side of the moon and a priest, Helios (CV: Taiki Matsuno), who has been captured, is hiding in Chibiusa’s dreams.
I haven’t covered the three past seasons, but some day I will. Although, I might not want to re-watch the third season at all, because although I started to find this season grating, the previous one was more so. However, in a sense, this is much worse, because Chibiusa completely steals the spotlight from Mamoru Chiba (CV: Tooru Furuya), who barely even showed up in this fourth season of Sailor Moon and is forever a shallow support character. I love Mamoru to death (because I read the comic years ago before watching anything of the show not aired in Sweden) and I don’t really mind Chibiusa, but this season was supposed to be about Mamoru. I could complain about it however much I’d, but it won’t help anyone 19 years after it has aired. Continue reading →