List of Sailor Moon chapters

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The cover of the first volume of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon as published by Kodansha on July 6, 1992 in Japan.

Sailor Moon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi. The series follows the adventures of Usagi Tsukino, a girl who transforms into the titular protagonist and goes on a journey to save the universe from being annihilated. Along the way, she encounters and defeats a diverse group of enemies. The series was published in individual chapters in the monthly manga anthology Nakayoshi,[1] Several adaptations based on Sailor Moon have been made including two anime series and three feature films produced by Toei Animation, as well as a musical series, a live-action television series produced by Toei Company, and a large number of video games.

These chapters were collected by Kodansha in a series of 18 tankōbon volumes; the first released on July 6, 1992,[2] while the last one was released on April 4, 1997.[3] It was later rereleased in 12 shinsōban to coincide with the run of the live-action series Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, with some corrections and updates to the dialogue and artwork. Volume 1 was released on September 22, 2003[4] and volume 12 released on July 23, 2004.[5]

The North America distributing company Tokyopop initially released 18 volumes from the Japanese first edition, split into three series, Sailor Moon with 11 volumes, Sailor Moon SuperS with four volumes, and Sailor Moon StarS with three volumes. Volume 1 was released on December 1, 1998,[6] and volume 18 was released on September 18, 2001.[7] The first 7 chapters were also published in the American magazine, MixxZine then chapters 34 through 52 were published in Smile. The series was also published in thirty-five issues in traditional American comic book format. This publication was not complete, only containing chapters 8[8] through 33[9] and the extra "Lover of Princess Kaguya".[10] These were released starting in August 1998 at the San Diego ComicCon[11] through mid-2001.[10] The Mixx and Tokyopop editions of the manga went out of print in 2005. In 2011, Kodansha Comics USA began re-printing the 14 volume restored Sailor Moon manga edition (including the two short story compilations) under the title Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, as well the two volume restored Codename: Sailor V manga editions in English beginning with Volume 1 of both titles on September 13, 2011, featuring an all new translation. Subsequent volumes are being published bimonthly.[12]

Volume list[edit]

Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 July 6, 1992[2] ISBN 978-4-06-178721-6 December 1, 1998[6] ISBN 978-1-892213-01-3
  • Act 1: "Usagi - Sailor Moon" (うさぎ-SAILORMOON "Usagi SAILORMOON"?)
  • Act 2: "Ami - Sailor Mercury" (亜美-SAILORMERCURY "Ami SAILORMERCURY"?)
  • Act 3: "Rei - Sailor Mars" (レイ-SAILORMARS "Rei SAILORMARS"?)
  • Act 4: "Masquerade" (Masquerade-仮面舞踏会 "Masquerade Kamen Butōkai"?)
  • Act 5: "Makoto - Sailor Jupiter" (まこと-SAILORJUPITER "Makoto SAILORJUPITER"?)
Everyone is talking about Sailor V, a crime-fighting superheroine who defends the streets of Tokyo. One of her fans, a lazy schoolgirl named Usagi Tsukino, rescues a cat with a crescent moon shape on its head, which later finds her again and speaks to her. Calling itself Luna, the cat tells Usagi that she is Sailor Moon, a chosen soldier with magical powers. She must gather together a group of allies, the "Sailor Soldiers", in order to fight off an ancient evil and locate a mysterious Princess and her holy Silver Crystal. During her first battle with evil, a mysterious figure called Tuxedo Mask appears, searching for the Silver Crystal for his own reasons. He is shown to be an older student named Mamoru Chiba in disguise, with whom Usagi has an antipathetic relationship. Alternately reluctant and excited, Sailor Moon soon meets the genius Ami Mizuno, who becomes her friend and who can transform into Sailor Mercury. Meanwhile, the villainous Dark Kingdom is revealed, ruled by Queen Beryl. The first of her henchmen, Jadeite, is defeated by Sailor Mars, another Sailor Soldier who has lived up to this point as the shrine maiden Rei Hino. The search for the Princess leads Usagi to a grand ball, where she shares a dance with Tuxedo Mask—and, later, a kiss, much to Luna's distrust. Joined by the strong Makoto Kino, who fights as Sailor Jupiter, the Sailor Soldiers defeat Nephrite, the second henchman. Luna then reveals that the Princess they seek is the Moon Princess, and that the flighty Sailor Moon is destined to be the four soldiers' leader in finding and protecting her. In light of this, she gives Sailor Moon a new magic item: the Moon Stick.
2 October 6, 1992[13] ISBN 978-4-06-178731-5[13] December 24, 1998[14] ISBN 978-1-892213-05-1[14]
  • Act 6: "Tuxedo Mask" (タキシード仮面-TUXEDO MASK "Takishīdo Kamen TUXEDO MASK"?)
  • Act 7: "Chiba Mamoru - Tuxedo Mask" (地場衛-TUXEDO MASK "Chiba Mamoru TUXEDO MASK"?)
  • Act 8: "Minako - Sailor V" (美奈子-SAILOR V "Minako SAILOR V"?)
  • Act 9: "Serenity - Princess" (セレニティ-PRINCESS "Sereniti PRINCESS"?)
Determined to find the Silver Crystal, Tuxedo Mask tells the news media about it, causing an uproar all over Japan. Luna, distressed by the publicity, explains that the crystal has power to destroy an entire planet. Queen Beryl sends her third henchman, Zoicite, to drain the energy of everyone in town. Mamoru, realizing that Usagi is Sailor Moon, helps her to revive the fallen. Afterward, he reveals his identity as Tuxedo Mask and tells her that he wants the Silver Crystal because he lost his family and memory as a child, and has been having dreams about the crystal. As she leaves, they begin to realize their growing feelings for each other. Meanwhile, Beryl communes with an entity called Queen Metalia, which is struggling to reawaken and take its revenge on the kingdoms of the Earth and Moon. Zoicite, in another attack, nearly succeeds at defeating the Sailor Soldiers, but is destroyed in the sudden arrival of Sailor V. This fifth Sailor Soldier is introduced by another cat, Artemis, as the Moon Princess. Urging the others to try and remember their past lives as soon as possible, she de-transforms into another schoolgirl, Minako Aino. Later, Beryl sends out her last henchman, Kunzite, to destroy the Sailor Soldiers. When Tuxedo Mask arrives to help, Sailor Moon tries to send him away, but he sees an attack coming and leaps in front of her, receiving a terrible wound. Overcome with grief and horror, she transforms into the real Moon Princess, Serenity, and Sailor V becomes her guardian, Sailor Venus. Kneeling over Tuxedo Mask, Serenity remembers falling in love with him when he was Prince Endymion of Earth, and remembers seeing him killed by Beryl. As she weeps, one of her tears becomes the Silver Crystal, part of which separates into Tuxedo Mask's body. Kunzite, too, remembers his own past life with the other henchmen as Prince Endymion's guardians, the Shitennou. At Queen Beryl's command, he snatches Tuxedo Mask's body away and returns to the Dark Kingdom. Shaken, the Sailor Soldiers decide that in order to move forward, they must return to their old home, the moon.
3 April 6, 1993[15] ISBN 978-4-06-178744-5[15] May 21, 1999[16] ISBN 978-1-892213-06-8[16]
  • Act 10: "Moon" (MOON-月 "MOON Tsuki"?)
  • Act 11: "Reunion - Endymion" (再開-ENDYMION "Saikai ENDYMION"?)
  • Act 12: "Decisive Battle - Reincarnation" (決戦-REINCARNATION "Kessen REINCARNATION"?)
The Sailor Soldiers teleport to the moon, where they find the ruins of its ancient kingdom, Silver Millennium. A sword made of rock is embedded in the ground, which, when pulled free, activates a holographic image of Queen Serenity, Usagi's mother in her past life. Speaking with her, Sailor Moon remembers how, as the Princess, she loved the planet Earth and would often sneak down to visit Prince Endymion. The Queen tells of an evil creature which rose out of the sun and attacked both worlds, destroying everything before she could seal it away. She warns that it is now reawakening, and urges Sailor Moon to use the Silver Crystal to destroy it. Only then can she live happily as a human girl, which was the true reason for her rebirth. When the Sailor Soldiers return, Kunzite lures them into battle, but is defeated when they combine powers against him. Unconcerned, Beryl uses Metaria's power to raise up a brainwashed Prince Endymion as her new servant, whereupon he infiltrates the Sailor Soldiers' control room and steals Usagi's part of the Silver Crystal. Beryl then attacks the Sailor Soldiers herself and reveals that she herself led Earth's armies against the moon for jealous love of Endymion. The stone sword is revealed to be a third piece of the Silver Crystal when Sailor Venus uses it to kill Beryl. Grabbing it, the possessed Endymion escapes to the north pole, pursued by the other Sailor Soldiers. Unable to heal Endymion, Sailor Moon realizes that the only way to defeat Metaria is to free the crystal fragment from his body. Weeping, she slashes his chest, then runs the sword through herself as well. The fully realized crystal then forms in the air, growing until it covers up their bodies and is swallowed whole by Metaria. The Sailor Soldiers hurl all their power at her, sacrificing their transformation devices in the process, but are struck down. Within the crystal, Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask reawaken. The spirits of the Shitenn'ou reveal Metaria's weak point, and with Tuxedo Mask lending her power, Sailor Moon prepares to seal Metaria away.
4 July 6, 1993[17] ISBN 978-4-06-178753-7[17] September 14, 1999[18] ISBN 978-1-892213-15-0[18]
  • Act 13: "An Ending and Then a Beginning - Petit Etranger" (終結 そして 始まり-Petit etranger "Shūketsu Soshite Hajimari PETIT ETRANGER"?)
  • Act 14: "Permeation - Sailor Mars" (ブラック·ムーン·コーアン-SAILOR MARS "Burakku Mūn Kōan SAILORMARS"?)
  • Act 15: "Abduction - Sailor Mercury" (ブラック·ムーン·ベルチェ-SAILOR MERCURY "Burakku Mūn Beruchē SAILORMERCURY"?)
  • Act 16: "Secrecy - Sailor Jupiter" (ブラック·ムーン·ペッツ-SAILOR JUPITER "Burakku Mūn Pettsu SAILORJUPITER"?)
5 November 6, 1993[19] ISBN 978-4-06-178764-3[19] September 28, 1999[20] ISBN 978-1-892213-20-4[20]
  • Act 17: "Invasion - Sailor Venus" (ブラックムーン·カラベラス-SAILOR VENUS "Burakku Mūn Karaberasu SAILOR VENUS"?)
  • Act 18: "Time Warp - Sailor Pluto" (タイムワープ-SAILORPLUTO "Taimu Wāpū SAILOR PLUTO"?)
  • Act 19: "Crystal Tokyo - King Endymion" (クリスタルトーキョー-KING ENDYMION "Kurisutaru Tokyo KING ENDYMION"?)
  • "Chibi-Usa's Picture Diary (Extra Compilation)" (ちびうさ絵日記(番外編) "Chibi Usa Enikki (Bangaihen)"?)
6 March 5, 1994[21] ISBN 978-4-06-178772-8[21] February 8, 2000[22] ISBN 978-1-892213-35-8[22]
  • Act 20: "Nemesis - Complication" (NEMESIS-錯綜 "NEMESIS Sakusō"?)
  • Act 21: "Nemesis - Expectation" (NEMESIS-暗躍 "NEMESIS Anyaku"?)
  • Act 22: "Attack - Black Lady" (攻撃-BLACK LADY "Kōgeki BLACK LADY"?)
7 July 7, 1994[23] ISBN 978-4-06-178781-0[23] June 6, 2000[24] ISBN 978-1-892213-42-6[24]
  • Act 23: "Regeneration - Never Ending" (再生-NEVER ENDING "Saisei NEVER ENDING"?)
  • Act 24: "Infinity 1 - Premonition" (無限1-予感 "Mugen 1 Yokan"?)
8 November 2, 1994[25] ISBN 978-4-06-178790-2[25] December 5, 2000[26] ISBN 978-1-892213-47-1[26]
  • Act 25: "Infinity 2 - Ripple" (無限2-波紋 "Mugen 2 Hamon"?)
  • Act 26: "Infinity 3 - Two New Soldiers" (無限3-2人-NEW SOLDIERS "Mugen 3 Futari NEW SOLDIERS"?)
  • Act 27: "Infinity 4 - Sailor Uranus & Sailor Neptune" (無限4-SAILOR URANUS-天王はるかSAILOR NEPTUNE-海王みちる "Mugen 4 SAILORURANUS Tenō Haruka SAILORNEPTUNE Kaiou Michiru"?)
  • Act 28: "Infinity 5 - Sailor Pluto" (無限5-SAILORPLUTO-冥王せつな "Mugen 5 SAILORPLUTO Meiou Setsuna"?)
9 February 6, 1995[27] ISBN 978-4-06-178797-1[27] April 17, 2001[28] ISBN 978-1-892213-68-6[28]
  • Act 29: "Infinity 6 - Three Scouts" (無限6-3戦士 "Mugen 6 San Senshi"?)
  • Act 30. "Infinity 7 - Transformation - Super Sailor Moon" (無限7-変身-SUPER SAILORMOON "Mugen 7 Henshin SUPER SAILORMOON"?)
  • Act 31: "Infinity 8 - Infinite Labyrinth 1" (無限8-「無限迷宮」1 "Mugen 8 Mugen Meikyū 1"?)
  • Act 32. "Infinity 9 - Infinite Labyrinth 2" (無限9-「無限迷宮」2 "Mugen 9 Mugen Meikyū 2"?)
10 June 6, 1995[29] ISBN 978-4-06-178806-0[29] July 10, 2001[30] ISBN 978-1-892213-98-3[30]
  • Act 33: "Infinity 10 - Infinte" (無限10-∞「無限大」 "Mugen 10 Mugendai"?)
  • "Rini's Picture Diary #2" (ちびうさ絵日記 "Chibiusa Enikki"?)
11 July 6, 1995[31] ISBN 978-4-06-178809-1[31] October 15, 2001[32] ISBN 978-1-892213-99-0[32]
  • "Princess Kaguya's Lover" (かぐや姫の恋人 "Kaguya hime no Koibito"?)
  • "Casablanca Memory" (カサブランカ·メモリー "Kasaburanka Memorii"?)
12 September 6, 1995[33] ISBN 978-4-06-178814-5[33] March 16, 1999[34] ISBN 978-1-892213-12-9[34]
  • Act 34: "Eclipse Dream" (夢1-日食ドリーム "Yume 1 Nisshoku Dorīmu"?)
  • Act 35: "Mercury Dream" (夢2-マーキュリー·ドリーム "Yume 2 Mākyurii Dorīmu"?)
  • Act 36: "Mars Dream" (夢3-マーズ·ドリーム "Yume 3 Māzu Dorīmu"?)
13 December 6, 1995[35] ISBN 978-4-06-178820-6[35] September 21, 1999[36] ISBN 978-1-892213-24-2[36]
  • Act 37: "Jupiter Dream" (夢4-ジュピター·ドリーム "Yume 4 Jupitā Dorīmu"?)
  • Act 38: "Venus Dream" (夢5-ヴィーナス·ドリーム "Yume 5 Vīnasu Dorīmu"?)
  • "Lita's Melancholy" (まこちゃんのユーウツ "Mako chan no Yūutsu"?)
  • "Amy's First Love" (亜美ちゃんの初恋 "Ami chan no Hatsukoi"?)
  • "Raye and Mina's Girls School Battle" (レイと美奈子の女子高バトル "Rei to Minako no Joshikō Batoru"?)
14 March 6, 1996[37] ISBN 978-4-06-178826-8[37] January 11, 2000[38] ISBN 978-1-892213-26-6[38]
  • Act 39: "New Soldier Dreams" (夢6-ニュー·ソルジャー·ドリーム "Yume 6 Nyu Sorujā Dorīmu"?)
  • Act 40: "Elysion Dream" (夢7-エリュシオン·ドリーム "Yume 7 Erushion Dorīmu"?)
15 July 5, 1996[39] ISBN 978-4-06-178835-0[39] August 15, 2000[40] ISBN 978-1-892213-39-6[40]
  • Act 41: "Dead Moon Dream" (夢8-デッド·ムーン·ドリーム "Yume 8 Deddo Mūn Dorīmu"?)
  • Act 42: "Earth & Moon Dream" (夢9-アース アンド ムーン ドリーム "Yume 9 Aasu ando Mūn Dorīmu"?)
  • "Rini's Picture Diary #3" (ちびうさ絵日記 "Chibiusa Enikki"?)
16 September 6, 1996[41] ISBN 978-4-06-178841-1[41] March 13, 2001[42] ISBN 978-1-892213-48-8[42]
  • Act 43: "Stars 1" (スターズ1 "Sutāzu 1"?)
  • Act 44: "Stars 2" (スターズ2 "Sutāzu 2"?)
  • Act 45: "Stars 3" (スターズ3 "Sutāzu 3"?)
17 December 6, 1996[43] ISBN 978-4-06-178849-7[43] June 19, 2001[44] ISBN 978-1-892213-70-9[44]
  • Act 46: "Stars 4" (スターズ4 "Sutāzu 4"?)
  • Act 47: "Stars 5" (スターズ5 "Sutāzu 5"?)
  • Act 48: "Stars 6" (スターズ6 "Sutāzu 6"?)
  • "Rini's Picture Diary #4" (ちびうさ絵日記 "Chibiusa Enikki"?)
18 April 4, 1997[3] ISBN 978-4-06-178858-9 September 18, 2001[7] ISBN 978-1-892213-97-6
  • Act 49: "Stars 7" (スターズ7 "Sutāzu 7"?)
  • Act 50: "Stars 8" (スターズ8 "Sutāzu 8"?)
  • Act 51: "Stars 9" (スターズ9 "Sutāzu 9"?)
  • Act 52: "Stars 10" (スターズ10 "Sutāzu 10"?)

Shinsōban short stories[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 August 23, 2004[45] ISBN 978-4-06-334910-8[45] September 10, 2013 ISBN 978-1612624426
  • "Beware the Exchange Student!" (転校生にご用心! "Tenkousei ni goyoujin!"?)
  • "Beware the Tanabata (July 7th Festival)!" (七夕にご用心! "Tanabata ni goyoujin!"?)
  • "Beware Cavities!" (虫歯にご用心! "Mushiba ni goyoujin!"?)
  • "Mako's Depression!" (まこちゃんのユーウツ! "Mako-chan no Yuuutsu!"?)
  • "Ami's First Love!" (亜美ちゃんの初恋! "Ami-chan no Hatsukoi!"?)
  • "Rei and Minako's Girls' School Battle!?" (レイと美奈子の女子校バトル!? "Rei to Minako no Joshikou Batoru!?"?)
  • "The Secret Hammer Price Hall" (ヒミツのハンマープライス堂 "Himitsu no Hanmaa Puraisu Dou"?)
2 September 22, 2004[46] ISBN 978-4-06-334915-3[46] November 26, 2013 ISBN 978-1612620107
  • "The Lover of Princess Kaguya" (かぐや姫の恋人 "Kaguya hime no Koibito"?)
  • "Casablanca Memory" (カサブランカ·メモリー "Kasaburanka Memorii"?)
  • "Parallel Sailormoon" (ぱられる せぇらぁむ〜ん "Parareru Seeraamuun"?)

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