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Series, Specials, & Movies Information: supers

SuperS logo
Episodes
128-166
Run
03/04/1995-03/02/1996
Enemy
The Dead Moon Circus
Opening Theme
Moonlight Densetsu
(Moon Lips version)
Ending Themes
Watashitachi ni Naritakute, Rashiku Ikimashou

Bishoujo Sailor Moon SuperS is the fourth series of Sailor Moon. It ran on Japanese television from March 4, 1995 to March 2, 1996, consisting of 39 episodes. SuperS also includes a three episode special that aired between episodes 131 and 132. SuperS had two openings, set to the Moon Lips version of "Moonlight Densetsu" and two closing animations and themes, "Watashitachi ni Naritakute" by Miwako Fujitani and "Rashiku Ikimashou" by Meu.

SuperS was the last series to spawn a theatrical release, the only one of which had an official title: "Sailor 9 Senshi Shuuketsu! Black Dream Hole no Kiseki!" ("The 9 Sailor Soldiers Get Together! Miracle of the Black Dream Hole!"). A special short movie was produced to play with the movie, entitled Ami's First Love.

The name "SuperS" is pronounced as "supers," not "Super S" despite the appearance of the title. SuperS most likely refers to the upgraded forms of the Sailor Team.

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS was originally based upon the Dream arc (Acts 39 - 49) of the manga. The SuperS storyline and characters have also been re-imagined in the following musicals:

  • 1995 Summer Special Musical Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Yume Senshi - Ai - Eien ni...
  • 1996 Spring Special Musical Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS (Kaiteiban) Yume Senshi - Ai - Eien ni... Saturn Fukkatsu Hen!
  • Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS Special Musical Show
  • 1998 Summer Special Musical Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Shin - Densetsu Kourin BEGINNING OF THE NEW LEGEND
Series Summary

During a lunar eclipse, the Dead Moon Circus descends to Earth. The Circus' tent remains unnoticed, and life continues on as normal. The Circus is in search of Pegasus and the Golden Crystal. Zirconia dispatches the Amazon Trio, who begin searching the Dream Mirrors of humans for Pegasus.

Pegasus gives Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon new transformations and powers. Sailors Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus receive similar power-ups. During this time, Pegasus begins communicating solely and secretly with Chibi-usa, who begins to develop a strong bond with him.

The Amazon Trio quickly runs out of second chances, and after learning they themselves aren't human, become desparate to find Pegasus. They eventually betray Nehellenia and save Usagi. Pegasus grants the Trio their wish of becoming human permanantly.

The Amazoness Quartet replace the Trio and begin targeting humans to locate the Golden Mirror, where Pegasus is hiding. It is revealed that Pegasus is Helios, the guardian of Elysion and the Golden Crystal. The Sailor Team faces off with the Quartet, and invades the Dead Moon's circus tent. Chibi Moon is kidnapped, and the Golden Crystal is stolen from Pegasus. When the Sailor Team faces off with Nehellenia, the Quartet aids them by giving Sailor Moon the Golden Crystal. Chibi Moon invokes the Crystal's power, overwhelming Nehellenia and destroying the circus tent.

Nehellenia grabs Chibi Moon and runs away, Sailor Moon in quick pursuit. Nehellenia throws Chibi Moon off the edge, and Sailor Moon follows. Nehellenia is sealed within the Mirror and disappears. Mid-air, Sailor Moon is able to awaken Chibi-usa, who calls to Pegasus to save them. After a tearful goodbye with Chibi-usa, Helios returns to Elysion.

Characters Introduced

Protagonists:
Pegasus/Helios | Diana

Antagonists: The Dead Moon Circus
Zirconia | Queen Nehellenia | Zircon | The Amazon Trio: Tiger's Eye | Hawk's Eye | Fish Eye | The Amazoness Quartet: Ceres Ceres | Jun Jun | Palla Palla | Ves Ves | Lemures

Minor Characters:
Saori-san | Kobayashi-kun | Sister Maria | Tomoko Takase | Kitakata | Natsumi Ichinose | Miharu Akiyama | Fuyumi | Yoshiki Usui | Ichirou Mayako | obert | Yamagishi Kiriko | Princess Rubina | Toshiyuki Nishino | Kyouko | Nanako | Kotarou Honjou | Kamoi | Hiroki

Episodes

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128 Meeting of Fate! The Night Where a Pegasus Flies 148 Shadows of Great Evil! The Trio is Cornered
129 Super Transformations Again! Pegasus' Power 149 Mirror of Dreams! Amazons' Final Stage
130 Protect a Mother's Dream! The New Attack for Double Moon 150 Amazoness! The Nightmare From Behind the Mirror
131 Capture the Pegasus! The Amazons' Trap 151 The Power Explodes! Ami's Song From the Heart
132 A Couple Made for Each Other! Usagi and Mamoru's Love 152 Burning Passion! Mars' Furious Deadly Attack
133 Artemis' Affair? A Mysterious Kitten Appears 153 A Dentist of Terror? PallaPalla's House
134 Makoto's Friendship! A Girl Who Adores a Pegasus 154 Confrontation in Dreams! Minako and Makoto's Broken Friendship
135 Hearts That Communicate! Chibiusa and Pegasu 155 Over the Fear! Jump to Freedom
136 Protect Mamoru! Jealousy of Usagi the Ninja 156 Don't Lose Your Dreams! The Truth-Reflecting Mirror
137 Forest of Illusion! Invitation of a Beautiful Fairy 157 Pegasus is Gone!? Swinging Friendships
138 Drive to Heaven! Love Riding on the Car of Dreams 158 The Secret of Pegasus! The Handsome Guardian of the Dream World
139 Try for the Best of Japan! The Worries of a Beautiful Girl Swordsman 159 Chibiusa's Little Rhapsody of Love
140 Love Those Minis! The Fashionable Senshi 160 Dream to be an Adult! The Amazoness' Bewilderment
141 Storm of Love! Minako's Grand Two-Timing Plan 161 Coming Terror! The Dark Queen's Evil Approach
142 Mansion of Secrets! The Menu of Love to You 162 The Center of the Darkness: Dead Moon Circus
143 Time to Believe Pegasus! The Super Transformations of the Sailor Soldiers 163 Labyrinth of Mirrors! Chibi Moon Captured
144 Sparkling Summer Days! Ami, the Girl in the Ocean Breeze 164 The Golden Crystal Appears! Nehellenia's Spell
145 Aim for the Prima! Usagi's Ballet 165 Time for the Crystal to Shine! Beautiful Power of Dreams
146 Holiday in Juuban! A Carefree Princess 166 Dreams Forever! Light Throughout the Sky
147 The Fated Partner? Makoto's Innocence


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