Even when anime was struggling to find mainstream acceptance overseas during the early ’90s, Sailor Moon was still getting through to young audiences and making a difference. Decades later, Sailor Moon’s popularity is still rampant and perhaps even bigger than ever before. It’s a series that perpetually seems to be churning out new content, and has become a formative example whenever the magical girl genre of anime is in discussion.

Understandably, the main aspect of Sailor Moon that people focus on is its positive message of female empowerment and the camaraderie of the Sailor Scouts. However, there’s another fundamental character from the series ...

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