Sailor V’s adventure continues as she discovers more about herself and about her past.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am a HUGE Sailor Moon fan. I consider it to be my original fandom, and I can’t even imagine my life without Sailor Moon because it led me to some of the greatest people I’ve ever met.
For a Moonie like myself, Sailor V is great. You get backstory. You get to see new characters. You get more Moonieness, and more Moonieness is ALWAYS a good thing. For the newb to the Moonie fandom, I’d say you’re best to stay clear for now.
While there’s a kind of overall arc, the individual chapters can feel pretty scattered and repetitive. While V seems to gain some knowledge at the end of every chapter, I feel that at the beginning of the next chapter she’s already reverted.
That said, the Ace story arc had me completely enthralled. I wish there had been more to it because it was just so heartbreakingly marvelous.
Seriously though, if you’re new to the fandom just go check out Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon FIRST. Then you can come back to this once you’re properly hooked.
Books with similar aspects
Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon by Naoko Takeuchi
Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya
Ouran High School Host Club by Bisco Hatori
(okay, so mostly the only thing that is the same is that they’re all shojo manga…but they’re my favourites so DEAL WITH IT)
recommended to Moonies
not recommended to those looking to get into the manga or Moonie fandom