Sailor Moon Blu-ray/DVD Set 1 Limited Edition Available for Preorder

Sailor Moon Blu-ray/DVD Set 1 Limited Edition

Viz Media has released a series of teaser clips from the new English dub in anticipation of the official Blu-ray/DVD release on November 11, 2014.

Queen Beryl and Jadeite

Queen Beryl played by Cindy Robinson; Jadeite played by Todd Haberkorn

Luna Appears!

Usagi Tsukino played by Stephanie Sheh; Luna played by Michelle Ruff

Usagi Meets Mamoru

Usagi Tsukino played by Stephanie Sheh; Mamoru Chiba played by Robbie Daymond

I’m already missing the Sailor Moon Crystal version of Usagi and Mamo-chan’s meet-cutes. But… “purple-pleated pants” may be my new favourite dub line ;-)

The box set can be preordered RIGHT NOW from RightStuf. While supplies last, customers who order from RightStuf will also receive an exclusive 1.5″ goldtone coin featuring Sailor Moon’s first transformation brooch and transformation phrase.

The set contains episodes 1-23 plus an 88-page, full-color premium booklet, all housed in a shimmering chipboard artbox. Special Features include Dub Recording Behind the Scenes, Art Galleries, Convention Featurettes (Extended Version). Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles. Total running time 510 minutes.

I’m glad they’re releasing this in half-season chunks, making it a lot easier on the old wallet. This is going to look so great lined up on my shelf. It’s going to take a while to get into the new voice actors, but it’ll happen. Excited!!


  1. RaiRai says

    Please, please, please don’t make Naru have a long island accent! Please can she just be the normal sweet and reasonably un-annoying girl she is supposed to be.

  2. says

    I actually was not thrilled that they were doing the half-season thing at first but now that I see how much it’ll cost for just the first half-season, I guess I can live with it. At least my wallet won’t be susceptible to being felled by a stiff breeze.

  3. says

    Love Usagi’s new voice. Luna’s is still too old-sounding though :(
    I liked Queen Beryl’s original voice better though.