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Madman Entertainment Add Second Part of Sailor Moon Season 1 to AnimeLab Service

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Sailor Moon | ©1992 Naoko Takeuchi/PNP, Toei Animation/Toei Animation Co. Ltd.

As a little Christmas treat for anime fans in Australia and New Zealand, local anime publisher Madman Entertainment have confirmed that the second part of Sailor Moon Season 1 is now available to watch via their AnimeLab video-on-demand service. Episodes 26-46 can now be watched with both the original Japanese dub and the newer English dub (The English dub requires a premium subscription to access however). These episodes see the introduction of Sailor Guardians Jupiter and Venus, and draws the first season to its conclusion. Check the episodes out HERE.

Sailor Moon (Season 1) Part 2 will be available on DVD from Madman Entertainment starting February 10th 2015, and can be pre-ordered via Madman’s online store and select anime retailers across the country. Season 1 Part 1 was released in Australia and New Zealand earlier this month. You can read my review of it HERE.

About Sailor Moon Season 1 Part 2

Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury and Sailor Mars continue their quest for the Legendary Silver Crystal as two new powerful allies join the fight. Sailor Jupiter is the tall and tough Guardian of Thunder, and Sailor Venus is the Guardian of Love and the most experienced member. Sailor Moon herself gets an impressive new power and learns more about the mysterious Tuxedo Mask. Could their distant past be intertwined, and does that have anything to do with the Moon Princess they seek? The final ordeal with Queen Beryl looms on the horizon, and it will take everything the Sailor Guardians have to be victorious!

 

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