美少女戦士セーラームーン新装版(7) (KCデラックス) コミックス – 2004/2/23
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Beside from that warning I loved the story. I'm trying to complete my collection by purchasing what manga I'm missing through Tokyo pop/Mixx and the new Kodansha releases, since sometimes you can't wait a year to get your moonie paws on the next Sailor Moon.
That being said if you want colored pages and more story for your buck go Kodansha. Their manga is bigger, so you get more chapters. If you want to gamble on a sellers idea of what's used-acceptable, spend anywhere from $20-$50 for a new copy, or liked the dubbed names/can't wait a year, go Tokyo pop/Mixx.
The story itself does a great if somewhat repeative job of how the inner scouts gain their new abilities. Halfway through you get to read manga concerning each of the girls struggle with studying for their high school entrance exam. This particular copy will leave you wanting to purchase the next Sailor Moon SuperS since it stops before Venus/Minako's dream story ends. It also only gives you Makoto, Minako, Ami, and Rei's exam battle chapters. There's this Girl's School Battle chapter that's funny but I really wanted to see if Usagi/Serena/Bunny had an exam battle chapter. I can only assume its in the next book, Sailor Moon SuperS 3 by Tokyo pop/Mixx.
I don't think Kodansha would publish the same way as Tokyo pop, since the Japanese version has 2 short story books that cost a lot and I'm not even sure they will even be translated. So if you want to read the cute exam battles get this.
SMS vol. 2 is packed with more extras at the end than in previous volumes of the SM series. Naoko Takeuchi gives us a glimpse of the school lives of Ami, Lita, Raye, and Mina. These three short stories are a refreshing break from the dark plot of the book. My hands-down favorite is "Lita's Melancholy." I truly felt I was in Lita's world. I related to her procastination-cleaning tactics, her love of herbal teas and pastries, and her desire to forgo all her responsibilities and stuff her face with Chinese scones and brownies (I have never heard of a Chinese scone, though. Scones are British, as far as I know)!(...)