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by Naoko Takeuchi

  • Author: Naoko Takeuchi
  • ISBN: 1935429787
  • ISBN13: 978-1935429784
  • ePub: 1582 kb | FB2: 1981 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Manga
  • Publisher: Kodansha Comics; First Edition edition (November 15, 2011)
  • Pages: 296
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 852
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Codename: Sailor V, Vol. 2 ePub download

Naoko Takeuchi lives in Tokyo, Japan. Takeuchi's works have a wide following among anime and manga fans worldwide.

Naoko Takeuchi lives in Tokyo, Japan. Her most popular work, Sailor Moon, rose to become as of 2011 one of the most recognized manga and anime products to date.

Codename: Sailor V, Vol. (コードネームはセーラーV 新装版, Codename: Sailor V Shinsōban by. Naoko Takeuchi.

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Codename: Sailor V is a manga created by Naoko Takeuchi. The series revolves around the character Minako Aino, a cheerful schoolgirl who finds out that she has magical powers that she must use to protect the people of the Earth

Codename: Sailor V is a manga created by Naoko Takeuchi. The series revolves around the character Minako Aino, a cheerful schoolgirl who finds out that she has magical powers that she must use to protect the people of the Earth. Codename: Sailor V is the basis for its sequel, Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon. Minako Aino is a 13-year-old young middle school student who is slightly distracted, out-spoken and dreams about someday finding her true love and boyfriend

Its Valentine's Day and chocolates are being exchanged, but Minako Aino can't decide if she wants a crush to give her chocolates to, or just to eat them all herself. If stress of Valentine's Day wasn't already enough, now Sailor V has to contend with a chocolate shop fatting everyone up, and an evil spa draining people of their life force.

Author: TAKEUCHI Naoko. Codename Sailor V tells the story of Minako Aino, a 13 year old middle school student, who is slightly distracted, out-spoken and dreams about some day finding true love. Action Adventure Drama Fantasy Romance Shoujo Mystery. This is a prequel to the manga ’Sailor Moon’ You can even find Usagi (Serena), her friends the Sailor Scouts and even Luna? in this manga. But soon, her calm and normal life changes when she encounters a talking white cat with a crescent moon on its forehead. This cat introduces himself as Artemis and claims that Minako is a girl with the power to transform into a Sailor Scout.

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Like Sailor Moon, Minako Aino is a normal 13-year-old schoolgirl until a fateful day when a white cat introduces himself to her and tells her she has the power to transform into the hero: Sailor V. Using a magic pen to transform, Sailor V fights the evil agents of the Dark Agency as she strives to protect the earth.

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Its Valentine’s Day and chocolates are being exchanged, but Minako Aino can’t decide if she wants a crush to give her chocolates to, or just to eat them all herself. If stress of Valentine’s Day wasn't already enough, now Sailor V has to contend with a chocolate shop fatting everyone up, and an evil spa draining people of their life force. It’s up to her to defeat the Dark Agency and their servant deVleene and maybe even find a Valentine of her own. FINAL VOLUME!  Codename: Sailor V, created by the author before she created the mega-popular Sailor Moon, has never before been available in the U.S. This books features:- An incredibly accurate translation!- Japanese-style, right-to-left reading!- New cover art never before seen in the U.S.!- The original Japanese character names!- Detailed translation notes!
Ballardana
~3.5/5
[Taken from my blog.]

So this book took way too much time for me to get through. I started it around the same time I finished the last one (or, um, maybe a bit after), but then it took me quite a while to finally get around to reading all of it. Mostly I think it was because every chapter had a new villain that Sailor V had to go defeat, in which most of it was filler type stuff. That just doesn't interest me enough.
I am glad that I finally got around to finishing it, though, particularly because the last two chapters had an actual plot and point. Honestly, the fact that Takeuchi decided to wait until the last two chapters to show me that she could actually write a story with plot and character development and a point, kind of infuriated me. I mean, I somewhat suffered through one and a half volumes before she showed that she could write something worthwhile.
And I was kind of suffering, too. I don't know if it was just the mood I was in while reading it or something, but I was nitpicking almost everything that was happening. Not that I didn't have reason to.
The first half, or maybe six chapters, in this volume were terrible. Dumb. Sailor V was shallow, as was every other chapter introduced. There was one chapter in particular, where a villain used chocolate to make everyone fat and then a spa or workout place to make them think that they were getting skinnier, and every single person was obsessed with it and upset about being fat. It was utterly ridiculous and unrealistic. Another chapter showed that everyone wants to be in love, and how Sailor V needed to find another guy to fall for, which is also dumb. (Really? You can't just be happy on your own?) Another thing that bothered me was how Takeuchi kept making Artemis pushy and whiny about how Sailor V needed to be focused and couldn't have any fun, ever. Which, yea, she should have been more focused and actually trying to save people, but some of the things he tried stopping her from doing was just useless, and there was no reason for him to be so pushy.
Another thing that bothered me: how she seemed to only care about being Sailor V in order to be popular and get attention. When Phantom Ace, another superhero or whatever, showed up and began stealing Sailor V's spotlight, she was all ready to give up being Sailor V and worship him instead, which was just dumb. She's supposed to be focusing on saving people, but she acted like she couldn't care less about that.
I try not to nitpick how fighting the villain goes, but I just can't help myself: the fighting only takes place for a couple of pages, and when it does, Sailor V pretty much only uses her crescent beam mirror with no problems, which it seems like anyone could do, so I don't understand the significance to why she has to. I'm sure there are tons of people better for the job than she is. It just...
Ugh. Almost everything about this book seemed to bother me.
The last two chapters are what bumped my rating of the book up, though. Originally it would have been a three, but I was a little impressed by the last bit.
Within those chapters, we got a look at her past life and how she lived on Venus and what her significance there was, and how she and, ah, this guy had a special relationship. Sailor V actually grew just a little, I think, character wise, from meeting the guy she had loved again and realizing some things about herself. Some of her growing seemed a little farfetched to me, seeing how nothing like it was even hinted at in previous chapter, but I can mostly accept that.
I actually kind of liked the guy, or at least was intrigued by him, so what happened with him was a little sad to me. Other than that, I actually enjoyed the end a little bit.
The main thing that bothered me about this, is that there wasn't more of that throughout the series, and how the author decided to wait so long to show me something actually a little good. I have hope that Sailor Moon, which I plan to start soon, will actually have plot and a point, so I am looking forward to that. I'm just ready to move on to whatever is next, I guess.
Jediathain
I got into the Sailor Moon anime in eighth grade, and I started reading the manga (in French, so I can't compare this to the English manga experience) soon after that. That was nearly 15 years ago, and I finally got around to picking up the Sailor V books. That was definitely a good choice on my part!

As a prequel to Sailor Moon, the Sailor V story is just similar enough to feel familiar, with a few "Easter eggs" (ie., citing of characters who appear in the Sailor Moon manga) to really tickle a Moonie's nostalgia. Minako/Sailor V has a similar origin story to Usagi/Sailor Moon, and any fan of the series knows that they have similar personalities, but they're definitely distinct. This translation seems really well done, with some terrific running jokes that made me chuckle throughout.

Any fan of Sailor Moon should pick up the two Sailor V volumes. It's practically a guarantee that you'll enjoy them!
Usic
This is my first time having read the Sailor V manga and I have to say, it was great getting to see Naoko's style before she started into Sailor Moon! What a fantastic storyline and I loved seeing background for Minako. She is my favorite out of all the Sailor Moon characters so I was THRILLED to find that she had her own manga before it.

I have only one gripe and it's a small one. I am someone who likes to keep my manga in perfect condition so I do not like opening them too far. I have noticed in this manga, as well as others, that the margins in the center are so small that it is difficult to see some parts of the pages. Sometimes information is placed in this area and I don't want to risk creasing the book binding to see it. Most of the time it is fine and I can usually make out what I am supposed to read if there is anything in there, but it would be nice if they opened the margins up a bit. :)

***POSSIBLE SPOILERS***
I really love the way they end the final story in this volume and how it transitions into Sailor Moon. I feel it was beautifully done and it really makes you think that Naoko had this planned all along. :)
***END POSSIBLE SPOILERS***

All in all, I would highly recommend this manga and the other volume as well. Then follow it with Sailor Moon!
tamada
This is pretty much the same review I gave Sailor V Volume 1. The artwork is beautiful, it really flows off the page, and the larger format makes it easier to read and enjoy. The translations looked rush, and the English Adaption seemed awkward, so it lsoes a star. Otherwise this is an excellent ending to Sailor V and a great prequel to Sailor Moon. I recommend this for everyone, fans of the series may be off-put by the translations, but I think for new readers it will be a great read and a very minor point
Sataxe
I bought every Sailor Moon as a kid. I remember ordering them from Borders and then coming in the store as soon as they were released to get my saved copy at the book store. Sailor V was NEVER released back then so it was exciting to read it now. Wish there more but I loved how I go to see the Sailor's store in a different light. And I got to understand Sailor V's character better.
Frei
This is such a great manga, especially for fans of Sailor Moon who want to see where it all began. The story is great, the art is beautiful and they kept the Japanese right to left style, leaving the art exactly as the manga-ka had intended it to be. I highly recommend this book. The characters are relatable and the story really has you hooked. It's a great prequel to Sailor Moon manga vol. 1.
Dorizius
Love it! I think Minako is a better and more fun than the boring and stupid Usagi lol. I wish that huge Sailor V fany lady was in Sailor Moon too. She's so fun.
Is said to be from the same people who did Sailor Moon. This is the prequel to that series before Sailor Moon. The story is about Sailor Venus before she became Venus and before she met Sailor Moon. Still you can find enjoyment from this.
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