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Sailor Moon, tome 5: La gardienne du temps (Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon #5)

4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  2,728 ratings  ·  33 reviews

Sur terre, les membres de "La Lune Noire" se font passer pour des bienfaiteurs.
Quant à Bunny et son équipe, en suivant Mini Bunny au 30e siècle, elles rencontrent la Gardienne du Temps: Sailor Pluton!

Contient également le "Journal illustré de Mini Bunny".

English summary:
With an intense bombardment of continuous attacks by the Black Moon, the Scouts are pushed to the edge

Poche, 192 pages
Published September 26th 1995 by Glénat (first published November 6th 1993)
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Stephanie Kurisunkal
I like how Sailor Moon and her Future self met in the end. I have to say I like the Future Sailor Moon! I thought it was hillarious how Rini come back after saying good bye!
Wow, the story is so different. I still like the drawings, but the story being so different makes me uneasy. It is more mature, more..for adults. I still prefer the anime, even though the manga has some nice scenes. Usagi is more mature in the manga. Everyone is more mature because things happen so much quicker. Mamoru has powers. Kind of ridiculous powers,but anwyay everyone's powers appear out of nowehere. It gives more information about the past, the future and Chibiusa, but also it is more c ...more
Story: Like a fine wine Sailor Moon R gets better with time from it's predecessor Sailor Moon. The Black Moon Arc introduces the same cast of characters are back with new villains to fight. The series arc split in two with the first part having the Doom Tree aliens appear, Ann and Alan. The second part of the series introduces the Black Moon villains. This time there is a little surprise waiting for Serena and Darien, Rini, there are also three new scouts that are found: Neptune, Uranus, and Sat ...more
This story arc is more complex and interesting than the first.

The Black Moon arc continues, with 3 scouts now missing. In this volume we find out who Rini really is, travel in time, and meet Sailor Pluto. We also get a glimpse at Moon's and Mask's relationship and Moon's insecurities within it.

And bonus! There's an adorable mini story called "Rini's Picture Diary" that helps lighten the mood after the cliffhanger book ending.

Like when you see it
Danielle T
I feel like the scanlation I'm reading left off one of the bonus stories other reviewers mentioned... hm.
Time travel, the introduction of Sailor Pluto, Rini's secret origin revealed, and Sailor Moon captured on the final page for a heckuva cliffhanger. Good stuff.
Dec 12, 2008 Julie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: shoujo fans
Recommended to Julie by: watched the anime
One of my all-time favorite series. The gateway series to getting me into anime and manga! The artwork impressed me so much, and the story was fun. It is still one of my favorites both because it's well-done, and for nostagia reasons.

This is the version that came out during the middle age of manga: before they stopped flipping the artwork, but right as TokyoPop was starting to emerge, and the volumes got cheaper. Unfortunately you could see it in the quality, as there were a lot of typos and som
Sailor Moon is bizarre but fun.
El arc de Black Moon nunca fue mi favorito xD
Katlyn Camila
Uma das ediçoes mais legais!
Love love love love.
Delicious Strawberry
A lot happens in here, and there are quite a few significant differences between the anime and the manga. Like many other American Sailormoon fans, I saw the dubbed anime before I read the manga (which had come to America after the anime), and I definitely enjoy the manga more than the anime, even though the anime really expanded on some of the stuff in the manga. A must for any Sailormoon fan!
I know that this manga is far from the best... the story can be cliche in places, and the art is horrible in spots...

But it has a special place in my heart - it was one of my very first introductions to anime and manga, and there's something empowering about Sailor Moon and the sailor scouts. I don't think it matters how old I get... I'll always find my way back to this manga.
Si hay algo que me gusta de la trama del manga es que el rey Endimion no le manda la pesadilla esa tonta a Armando para que no se case con Bunny. Recuerdo que la veía de pequeña en el anime y se me quedaba la cara de idiota con la explicación que daban... Me parecía una tontería, y doy gracias porque esa tontería no se repita en el manga.
Lo que me encanta de Sailor Moon es que cada tomo que pasa, la historia se pone mucho más interesante. En el anime me había gustado mucho la historia del siglo xxx, pero en el manga esta mucho mejor desarollada.
By far one of my favorite series from my childhood. I recommend it to anyone and everyone. Sadly now it is really hard to find but if you manage to track down the volumes more power to you.
Best volume. Soooo many good things happen here. One of the best plot arc finales of the series.

And look at dat cover.
especially beautiful cover! for vol. 5.

And, story become about the Moon~~~~ and, more 'past of the story' show up.
my 300th added manga! yay! really, this book is so good, it really doesn't need commenting on.
Sailor Moon, Vol. 5 by Naoko Takeuchi (1999)
es solo que chibiusa no debió volver jiji
Sailor Moon, Vol. 5 by Naoko Takeuchi (1999)
Nov 22, 2010 Steph rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: lovers of Sailor Moon
Recommended to Steph by: saw the anime
Shelves: manga
A great manga. My gateway into anime and manga!
Alejandra Arévalo
Ahh este tomo también es genial.
Excellent Classic Arc Finale
Rachael Graham
favorite manga of all time
Nov 05, 2008 Kaylyn marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
i loved the others
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Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子, Takeuchi Naoko) born March 15, 1967, a manga artist (mangaka), lives in Tokyo, Japan. Takeuchi's works have a wide following among anime/manga fans. She has become a well-known mangaka worldwide. Her most popular work, Sailor Moon, rose to become one of the most recognized manga/anime figures to date.

Takeuchi is married to Yoshihiro Togashi, the author of YuYu Hakusho series
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