Why was Sailor Moon banned?

Why was Sailor Moon banned?

The version of Sailor Moon released in America that was produced by DiC (for the first two seasons) and dubbing studio Optimum Productions had a lot of censorship, which included the removal of near-nudity and violence, plus the infamous addition of kissing cousins.

Has Sailor Moon ended?

The series premiered in Japan on TV Asahi on March 7, 1992, and ran for 200 episodes until its conclusion on February 8, 1997. Most of the international versions, including the English adaptations, are titled Sailor Moon.

Is Sailor Moon banned in Canada?

The anime series made its international English debut on Canada’s youth-oriented YTV channel in 1995. Over the years, Sailor Moon has been significantly censored for its mature elements that were deemed unsuitable for the young girl target demographic in other countries.

Which Sailor Moon comes first?

Originally Answered: What is the order of the Sailor Moon anime series? Sailor moon was the first one, then came sailor moon r, then came sailor moon s, then came sailor moon crystal, then they showed sailor moon r in theatres again!

Is Sailor Moon on prime?

Watch Sailor Moon (English Dub), Season 1 | Prime Video.

What is Sailor Moon?

The magical action-adventures of a teenage girl who learns of her destiny as the legendary warrior Sailor Moon and must band together with the other Sailor Scouts to defend the Earth and Galaxy.

What is safsailor Moon?

SAILOR MOON is the quintessential magical girl phenomenon beloved worldwide that chronicles the adventures of a 14-year-old girl and her friends, chosen by destiny to defeat the forces of evil.

Where can I find media related to Sailor Moon?

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Sailor Moon. Sailor Moon at Don Markstein’s Toonopedia. Archived from the original on February 10, 2017. S: Jōgai Rantō!?

Was Sailor Moon put in dead timeslots due to local interests?

British authors Helen McCarthy and Jonathan Clements go further, calling the dub “indifferent” and suggesting that Sailor Moon was put in “dead” timeslots due to local interests.