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Re: 200 Days of Sailor Moon - Episode 92

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  • Stephane Dumas
    here a info from the newsgroup alt.fan.sailor-moon thanks for reading, arigato Stéphane Dumas ... From: Chris Kern Date: 27 août
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      here a info from the newsgroup alt.fan.sailor-moon thanks for reading, arigato

      St�phane Dumas

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      From: Chris Kern <chrisker...@...>
      Date: 27 ao�t 2006, 10:51
      Subject: 200 Days of Sailor Moon - Episode 92
      To: alt.fan.sailor-moon
      Episode92- A handsome young boy? Tenno Haruka's secret.

      Tenno Haruka and Kaioh Michiru show up. They are fan favorites for a
      good reason; I've always liked their characters.

      The fact that Haruka calls Michiru by her personal name is what makes
      Minako think they have some sort of "deeper" relationship; if they
      were just friends, Haruka (assuming she were male) would more likely
      call her Kaioh (cf. the way that Umino says "Tsukino-san" and "Naru").

      This also begins what turns into a more complex situation than we've
      had in the previous seasons. Haruka and Michiru actually allow the
      villian to attack the victim because they have no way of extracting
      the pure hearts themselves; they can only wait for the monsters to
      take them. It's clear that although they aresailorsenshi, they have
      no interest in doing anything beyond checking the pure hearts.

      They finally started using the individual themes for the senshi
      transformations (Venus, in this case) instead of just the generic
      transformation theme for all of them. Or did they do this in the lastepisode? I think I may have FFed through the transformations
      yesterday if they even had them.

      Phoenix - it does seem that they finally redid the "in the name of themoon" part.

      Kameda (the driver) was played by Onosaka Masaya (who was Jedite in
      the first season, and has done a lot of roles).

      "Tuxedo Mirage" becomes the BGM -- I like this one even though it's
      kind of sappy.

      -Chris

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