Friday, January 29, 2010

Upcoming Films with Robert Tinkler

Coopers' Camera, a film including Robert Tinkler (Rubeus) as officer Malette will be screening at the Victoria Film Festival in the Capitol 6 in Victoria on January 30th at 6:45pm, and January 31st at 2pm. It will also be screened at the Boulder International Film Festival on Friday February 12th at 10:00 pm at the Boulder Theater on Boulder, Colorado. The comedy film is about a dysfunctional family on Christmas day in 1985 primarily told through the eyes of Teddy, the youngest son, via a VHS camcorder. The film was previously shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Fans can also listen for Robert Tinkler in the upcoming film Kung Fu Magoo, where he voices some background characters. The 80 minute film produced in Mexico will be released on DVD on May 11th. The film "pits Quincy Magoo and his 12-year-old nephew, Justin, against giant robotic spiders, ninjas on jet skis and mutant Beasteens which are half animal and half teenage girl." (description from Cartoon Brew)

Italian Fans, Mark Your Calendars for March 1st!

Today, Moon Chase came across a very intriguing story posted today by an Italian group organizing a Sailor Moon petition A few news outlets in Italy are buzzing with the news of Sailor Moon's TV premiere date today! The show will return on March 1st on Mediaset Premium's Hiro Channel (earlier than what Toei wrote in their press release) but as of this writing we don't have a timeslot to share. There will be more to hear about this from HIRO later - this seems to be the only statement about Sailor Moon in their February release, and they announced a few other February highlights. Another blog that wrote of this news today also made special mention of a fan campaign in Italy for an uncensored DVD release, a re-release of the manga, and an Italian doujinshi project. We are keeping an eye on news coming out of Italy, and we will let you know the moment we learn of a time slot! Special thanks to Light for sending in this story!

North American VA Update: January 2010

Stephanie Beard's (Rini #2) upcoming movie, A True Story: Based on Things That Never Actually Happened ...And Some That Did will have an unofficial screening near the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. Stay tuned to the movie's Facebook page or Twitter feed for details about when and where the movie will be screened.

It looks like fans will have to wait longer for Toby Proctor's (Tuxedo Mask #1) upcoming role in The Bridge. No news yet on an official season premiere date, but CBC News is suggesting that The Bridge as well as Stephanie Morgenstern's (Sailor Venus #1) and Mark Ellis's Flashpoint may air in the summer on CBS.

Katie Griffin (Sailor Mars #1) appeared in an episode of Cra$h & Burn as Maya Porter, a wealthy owner of a thoroughbred horse that died suddenly under suspicious circumstances. Canadian fans can catch the show on Showcase. The show is about an insurance adjuster who deals with dishonest clients and trying to keep costs down in order to do his job. A trailer for the show is available here and full episodes are available online here.

Wendy Lyon
(Queen Serenity) will be appearing in three episodes of the new series Happy Town scheduled to begin airing this year. She plays Donna Friddle in this mystery show about "a deputy sheriff confronted with the unsolved mystery of a half-dozen child kidnappings over the past decade in a small town in Minnesota." (description from IMDb). Filmed in southern Ontario, there is no information about the air date for Canada and the US, but it is slated to air in Hungary in February.

Emilie-Claire Barlow (Sailor Venus #2) will be performing at L'Astral in Montréal, Québec on Saturday, February 13 at 8pm. Event details and a link to purchase tickets are available here. She will also be performing on February 18th and 19th at the Midland Theatre in Newark, Ohio.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Columbia Music Entertainment Japan to Remaster and Re-release Old Sailor Moon Soundtracks!

A fan (who wished to remain anonymous) sent us an email a few hours ago telling us that the Sailor Moon soundtracks with the catalog numbers COCX-36146 to COCX-36157 were going to be re-released on March 17th. More importantly, we found out something even more interesting when we tracked these CDs down on CD Japan - these are going to be remastered into the HQCD format! We tried to look everywhere for an official press release but we were unable to find one - so fans, you're just going to have to trust the online stores for this one (but seeing as many stores are listing them, you can be sure that this isn't fake news). The price of these CDs is pretty reasonable too, at $25 each (this is about on par what you would pay normally for a J-POP album in Japan), so fans who may find the new boxset release to be a bit astronomical to afford, can probably get a few of these CDs! As of this writing, it doesn't look like the memorial collections are going to be re-released. Fans who wish to pre-order these can hit any of these links:

Amazon Japan
CD Japan
HMV Japan

Monday, January 25, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Italian Press Release Shows Potential of International Revival of Sailor Moon!

Finally, after many months of waiting, Toei Animation Europe finally posts an official press release announcing the return of Sailor Moon! As we reported not too long ago, Italy's Backstage Licensing and Toei have signed an exclusive deal to resurrect Sailor Moon on the Italian market. Backstage, will be managing the TV, publishing, merchandising, and theatrical release rights of the franchise (Sacre Bleu, does this mean the manga as well?). The press release also says "The feasibility of this project also relies on a close collaboration with the original author of SAILORMOON, Mrs Naoko Takeuchi." This is echoing what the licensing reporters were speaking of before with the Style Guide. But the best part of this press release is a quote from Mr. Kanji Kazahaya, the General Director of Toei Animation Europe:

"We are very happy, to have Backstage as the licensing partner of SAILORMOON. It is one of the most important factor of success. We are certain that strategically Italy is the ideal country to initiate a global re-launch of the classic Japanese animated series, such as SAILORMOON. The Italian public has traditionally been passionate about ‘anime'."

Perhaps, this strategy chose Italy first to "test the waters" since it is not necessarily one of the bigger markets that Sailor Moon has been successful with (a Spanish dub for example, would be shown in various markets in Europe, South, and Latin America, and the English dub would go to Australia and the UK, aside from North America). Best to see what happens in a smaller market in case it doesn't go well (but we can't imagine Sailor Moon not doing well)!

Unfortunately, the press release also announces that the series is delayed to air again, this time listing it as Autumn 2010. Another website, MangaForever, has posted a new image and this may be from the style guide considering the copyrights posted below. We have to say, we love this new logo (if it will be a new logo) - it is a LOT better than the old titles which just appeared to look like drab colored text during the show openings. We have featured this new image above - what do you all think?

We recommend all of our Italian readers, send Toei, Mediaset, and Backstage licensing their most heartfelt "Grazie Tanto!" This was a long time coming, Italia!

Friday, January 22, 2010

Help Haiti Now!

Over a week ago, tragedy struck the country of Haiti, devastating the entire livelihood of a people. The Sailor Senshi and the SRU have both taught us that no matter how dire the circumstances may be, there is always a way to save someone, if we all band together. Here are a few charities that our readers can donate to help Haiti get the help and essentials that they need in the aftermath of the earthquake.

Canadian Red Cross
American Red Cross

The Red Cross is heading emergency relief and recovery efforts in Haiti, providing medical support, clean water, food and shelter to people who have lost everything.

The Jean R. Cadet Restavek Foundation

Much of Haiti’s population is below the poverty line, and many children are sold to other families as “restaveks”, or “domestic servants”, under the promise that they will live a better life with more educational opportunities. These children, are unfortunately abused. This foundation had been working with hundreds children to provide relief and educational opportunities, but unfortunately it is believed that 100 of these children have perished. They were unfortunately in one of the schools that collapsed. It may even be possible that many more orphans could be at risk now in the aftermath.

ShelterBox Canada
ShelterBox International

Shelter Box provides tents, and other essential supplies including tools, a small stove, dishes, pans, water purification supplies, mosquito nets, blankets and utensils. These are especially being used to house patients receiving care from the makeshift hospitals on the ground.

World Food Programme

World Food Programme has pledged to help 2 million Haitians for 6 months, delivering food packages to the region.

Oxfam America

Oxfam has been working for the last 3 decades in Haiti and they aren’t going to stop! They are providing clean water, sanitation, and shelter for Haitians.

Breaking News: ACTRA Toronto Nominations!

We here at the Moon Chase Blog Network are so pleased to hear that actors from productions we follow on both Moon Chase and We Got The Solution have been nominated for awards! ACTRA Toronto is the Toronto branch of Canada’s largest actors union, and they are presenting awards in 3 categories. Funnyman Colin Mochrie will be handing these out!

Here are the nominees! The productions that they are nominated for are in bold, but if you see a gold star next to their name(), it means they were also in Flashpoint or Sailor Moon).

Best Male Performer:

Noam Jenkins(Flashpoint – played Josh in the episode Backwards Day)
K.C. Collins(Guns) (Was also in Flashpoint – played Derek Medeiros in Exit Wounds)
Ennis Esmer (The Listener)
Allan Hawco (Love and Savagery)
Daniel Kash (The Line)

Best Female Performer:

Kathleen Munroe(Flashpoint – played Laura in the episode Last Dance)
Rhea Akler (Undercurrent)
Kristin Booth(At Home By Myself... With You) (Was also in Flashpoint – played Sarah in Backwards Day)
Kateri Walker(Kissed By Lightning)

Best Voice Work:

Juan Chioran (Grossology)
Paul Fauteux (Afghanada)
Julie Lemieux(Spliced) (Was in Sailor Moon, played Sammy and Young Darien)
Carolyn Scott (Best Ed)
Ron Pardo(Bob & Doug)

We wish Julie, Kathleen, Noam, Kristin and K.C. the best of luck!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Three Days to Go to Get Your Comments In About Manga Preferences!

Hi Everyone! Just a friendly reminder you have 3 days left to get your comments in about manga preferences (please click this link and add your comments to this post). I have added in every email and comment up to now, and so far we have 7 pages single spaced in comments (and I had hoped for 5). Great comments guys, and for those of you who want to say something short to Kodansha before we begin a letter writing campaign, this is your last chance! Also, if any of you were fans of the Tokyopop Novels and you have any comments about those, please submit them. They were popular with some of you, and we're going to forward the answer for that category to Kodansha anyway (but if you fans really want to see those released again, a few comments wouldn't hurt). Thanks again for all your support of Operation Moonrise!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Fashion and Culture Notes from Japan!

Toei Animation Collaborates with Japanese Fashion Brand Uniqlo for Exclusive T-Shirt Line!

This broke on Friday, and we would have posted something that evening, except that we were finishing up a little background research on it. Toei has signed a creative and interesting deal with Japanese fashion brand, UNIQLO. UNIQLO has been in Japan for over 60 years, but has experienced a growing popularity in the world market in the last few years. The brand's feel is casual/trendy and is noted for its affordability. In Spring 2010, UNIQLO will launch a unique line of T-shirts featuring a bunch of Toei Anime properties. The T-shirts will be sold in UNIQLO boutiques in France, Russia, United Kingdom, the United States of America, Hong Kong, China, Singapore and South Korea. We were curious of whether Sailor Moon was going to be included, considering that the franchise is experiencing a resurgence in Japan and Italy. Toei Animation probably finalized this deal through their Japanese office, but the press release was in fact posted on their European site (and nowhere to be found on their Japanese site) and featured a quote from Mr. Kanji Kazahaya, the General Director of Toei Animation Europe. He commented "We are very pleased to conclude this deal with one of the major International apparel retailer". By proposing this new range, we will give our anime fans the opportunity to enjoy fashionable T-shirts of Dragon Ball, One Piece, Galaxy Express 999, Dr Slump and Saint Seiya very soon." And judging by the entire list of titles on the release it looks like it's probably going to be a line of T-shirts for men only. So, unfortunately FUNImation, it doesn't look like Sailor Moon is going to be included on this line, and the rest of us gals who want to have that Galaxy Express 999 or Dragon Ball T-shirt, have to once again shop in the mens section of a store. Congratulations to Toei though on this deal and we look forward to seeing the results of this collaboration!

Ladies, Here's How Not To Scare Men?!

This is only peripherally related to Sailor Moon, but since we occasionally report some strange cultural tidbits from Japan, we thought we'd include this. Ameba posted a story expanding on an older post found on a general advice-about-life site called Nanapi. This is a list of nine gestures/mannerisms that women are suggested that they use to make men less frightened of them. It is all about crossing the body (without turning yourself into a pretzel). Take these with a grain of salt, ladies!

1.When holding your cell phone, women should hold it in their right hand up to their left ear. It is more womanly to cross your arm in front of your face, and the article makes special mention of a famous pose by Sailor Moon, where she also crossed her arms. We've pictured the pose here, and we have even had an esteemed male fan pose in the same way. We don't think either of them makes any man less frightened?!

2. When you are in the midst of writing, or finishing writing, you should give a little twirl to a lock of hair on your right side with your left hand. This apparently looks sexy and is often a pose featured in fashion photos.

3. When putting on or taking off earrings, you should use the opposite hand. This makes you doubly feminine, according to the article.

4. When speaking, turn your body approximately 45˚ towards the person you are speaking to. When you gaze towards the person this way as you turn your body slightly, it evokes femininity.

5. When you walk, remember to cross your legs like an X just like the female models on the runway. When men walk on the runway, they do not cross their legs and walk very straight (and why does this matter?).

6. Cross your legs over and over. Men find this sexy.

7. When you touch a person, use the hand that is farther away (ex. Right shoulder with the left hand). This emphasizes femininity and also gives a sense of intimacy.

8. Always pick up dropped items with the opposite hand. Men tend to pick up from the waist and the same side. Women on the other hand, should not. This seems a little impractical.

9. When shaking hands, you should always have your arms and legs crossed. This is the ultimate body crossing gesture, but a man may treat you to a date if you scold him like this during a meeting.

Again, take these with a grain of salt, but this definitely ranks up there on our list of bizarre places we've seen Sailor Moon mentioned! Staff member The Me, who was also just as irked by this as you are, offers this:

How about this tip: Just act natural and don't waste so much energy trying to impress the nonexistant average.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Video Game Sightings and Cool Sites!

Create Your Own Sailor Senshi in City of Heroes and City of Villains!

Longtime reader Senshi-Chan wrote in with this sighting - she just tried out the MMO City of Heroes and learned she could make Sailor Senshi! In this game, players create their own heroes and can team up with others to face foes and fight crime in Paragon City. So far she has made Sailor Chibi-Moon and Eternal Sailor Mercury. Players are also able to make a feline sidekick. In City of Villains, she also managed to make Queen Beryl. We have a few shots of her Sailor Chibi-Moon here too! If any of our other readers have managed to create other Sailor Moon characters in these games, we'd love to feature your shots!

Sailor Suit in The World Ends With You

During my very short Holiday vacation, I became reacquainted with my Nintendo DS - or more specifically, a game I put down a long time ago because I had gotten too busy: The World Ends With You. I picked up this game because a very long time ago we featured a Japanese commercial for it (I promise, this summer we will upload all the old ones again) and I thought it looked kinda neat. Lo and Behold, I wasn't as behind as I thought I was, and ended up beating the game. I then got into the second part of the game where all the levels and a new bonus one had to be replayed, to earn certain rare items etc. One of these rare items, is a Sailor Suit that looked very suspiciously familiar to the ones we have seen in Sailor Moon! I thought I'd include this sighting just for kicks (P.S. if any of our readers know how the heck I can beat Anguis Cantus on Ultimate without killing myself, please let me know. Have Eden Deck, missing last Gatito Pin which this guy holds).

We also have a couple links to sites that you should all check out:

☽ T.M. Chiba's is a compilation of almost every Sailor Moon site in existence. The AniPike hasn't been updated in ages, so fans looking to find Sailor Moon sites about just about everything in the universe should check out SailorMoonLinks!

☽ A group of Canadian screenwriters in animation have finally started a blog - Canimation! It's about time someone started a blog to talk about the rich history this country has in cartoons. Even though there isn't a lot there, we hope to see some more in the future devoted to many cartoons that Canadians grew up with in the 70s and 80s. Many of these cartoons, helped to launch the careers of many of the VAs we follow on Moon Chase today!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Sailor Moon Delayed in Italy Till February (But, This is GOOD News)!

Sailor Moon Delayed in Italy Till February (But, This is GOOD News)!

This is a bit late, and we at Moon Chase apologize for this. When this news broke, it was very close to the Holidays (and we really needed the break)!

As we reported last summer, Italian media giant Mediaset announced that after a long time of careful negotiations, that they were going to bring Sailor Moon back to Italy in January of 2010 on their premium anime channel, Hiro. Fans have since been campaigning for an uncensored version and a complete re-dub. It appears, that they scored a half-victory, as the series is currently undergoing some video editing! When the series first aired, many video edits were made (such as a frozen screen during scenes that were deemed too violent or offensive, or blocks over Japanese text), and these are currently being fixed up. In an email to a fan, Fabrizio Margaria (programming director at Mediaset) said "Non prima di febbraio marzo in quanto i materiali rigenerati non sono ancora pronti." In English, this means that the show will not return until late February or March because the show is not ready for broadcast, hinting that there are at least some edits being amended. The show will come back to the air in late February 2010 according to this release, and all 200 episodes and 3 movies (the article is incorrect in reporting that there are 6 movies) will be broadcast on the non-premium broadcast channel Italia1 in the Fall of 2010. Gianpietro Peia, a Licensing Manager with Italy’s Backstage Licensing Agency, commented that they are proud to once again be handling these negotiations with Toei Animation. He said further that it was not easy to gain the trust of companies in the Land of the Rising Sun, but that it was a little easier for them to get this trust given the incredible work they did with DragonBall. All around there are high and ambitious expectations for the success of Sailor Moon. Stefan Perletto, a Licensing Director with Backstage elaborated, saying that research that they have conducted shows that it is popular with adult women who are now mothers (that discovered the show when it was first broadcast), and that it is also still popular with younger age groups. Hey, our Operation Moonrise Results showed almost the same results! They are still in the process of building a good marketing strategy, but the response of all the companies involved is that they are very open towards this character.

The news out of Italy isn’t all boring and full of optimistic quotes - it seems that Naoko Takeuchi is also going to be involved! Italian artists are currently creating a style guide with the approval of the creator herself! Italian companies will have an entire catalogue of new images and poses for the development of new products. Who knows what sorts of new toys we will see? On Thursday, February 11th, the first of many focus meetings will take place with a presentation of this catalogue at Backstage Licensing. These meetings aim to bring companies together to work on an effective marketing strategy, and this will serve as a launch event for Sailor Moon.

So, you are all probably wondering what this means for Sailor Moon in North America? It doesn't look too likely that Toei will allow a re-dub for North America given this situation in Italy, however perhaps there is some hope for some minor video edits to be fixed in the English version (such as the body lines being erased in the transformation sequences). Irwin Toys line of Sailor Moon dolls, playsets, and other toys were hugely popular, but in North America there's another issue. For the last few years, kids haven't been playing with many toys as of late in favor of video games (unless they are really wowed). New Sailor Moon toys could be successful in North America among all us collectors but it will be difficult to try to market new products to a younger generation.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: No Room For Flashpoint or the Bridge on CBS?

CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler spoke at a CBS session at the Television Critics Association on Saturday. She took a few jabs at NBC and their current dilemma with Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien. She acknowledged that CBS has plenty of new series to program, including Flashpoint and another Canada-United States co-production, The Bridge (which currently has 13 episodes waiting to air). The Bridge also has a connection to Sailor Moon, in star Toby Proctor (Tuxedo Mask #2). She simply said "We had a terrific fall launch... A lot of our shows are working so we had more content than we had real estate." This does not bode well for fans of Flashpoint (which was co-created by Stephanie Morgenstern (Sailor Venus #1) and her husband Mark Ellis) or potential fans of The Bridge. Many critics are speculating that these shows are now going to be pushed even further to the Summer. We really hope that there is at least some space to show at least a few episodes of these shows during Spring Sweeps. Sorry fans, we wish we had better news but we don't at this point. Keep writing to CBS! It is too early to tell when any new episodes of Flashpoint (set to resume production pretty soon) will air on CTV, or if they will be held back until CBS catches up. We also don't know as of this writing whether CTV will jump the gun and air The Bridge ahead of time just like they did Flashpoint last fall.

BREAKING NEWS: First Look at Sailor Moon Charaben!

**"Charaben" is an amalgamation between character and bento and is used frequently in the Japanese language (before you ask us what that word means).

Literally just minutes ago, this article was posted for release to the news media providing more details about the venture between ANIMAX and Foodies TV in Japan, teaching kids how to make character bento meals. We are all loving these pictures right now and are really wishing there was some way to watch this channel! On February 7th, Kaerenmama (real name, Kyoko Sugawara) is going to show kids on Foodies TV how to make these bento, as well as teach them something about proper nutrition as well. There will be a special taping where 40 viewers will be invited to watch, sponsored by Tokyo Gas. In true Sailor Moon style, viewers will once again have to enter a lottery to win one of 20 pairs of tickets (each network is offering 10). The special will be aired on both ANIMAX and Foodies TV throughout the month of March. We wonder if Kotono Mitsuishi's (Sailor Moon) daughter will watch this with her?! Moreover, the two channels have announced a competition where children can also submit their own bento recipes for a contest. The winner will be announced on May 18th in Shogakukan's child-rearing magazine, edu. Looking at these pictures alone, it looks like fans have yet another reason to be jealous of Japan, again. We wonder if a Sailor Moon cooking special could ever thrive in the English TV market?

(click to enlarge)

Friday, January 08, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Sailor Moon Not Acquired by FUNImation (Yet).

Hey Moonies! So, today FUNImation unloaded the last of its acquisitions for early 2010, and Sailor Moon was not on the list. Fans who want to check out what was acquired, can click the following: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5. We knew that the show wasn’t going to be a part of this list in late December, but out of fairness to FUNImation we couldn’t say anything until after they had the chance to make their announcements. We learned this from a very reliable source (who was not involved in any way with FUNImation). We can’t name our source for privacy reasons (so please, don't ask us). We have every reason to believe that FUNImation is not going to give up on this series, and will continue to try to get the rights. There was some positive news coming out of another series which FUNImation announced earlier this week - FLCL. FUNImation has decided to keep the old dub, and they are releasing the series on Blu-Ray. Japan doesn't even have this series on Blu-Ray yet (as far as we can tell)! However, FLCL is NOT a Toei property, and everything is dependent on how Toei would want to handle how the series is released in North America.

It is unfortunate that Sailor Moon was not included, but we’re going to wait until the end of February at the latest to decide where the campaign will go to bring the series back. We are waiting until then because the end of February marks close to four months that they have had the results of the surveys of Operation Moonrise, and we have a feeling that FUNImation will try again between now and then. We have a few ideas for upcoming campaigns, but right now it’s a wait-and-see what happens situation. Fans, please don’t get disheartened with this - there will be more announcements from FUNImation later on (so don't assume this is all that they have for the entire year)! Please continue to send your letters to Toei – right now this is the best thing we can suggest for any fan to do (as FUNImation is well aware of how much everyone wants this series). We also suggest putting an emphasis on the last season, Sailor Stars. Tell them how much you really want to see how the story ends in English (on a legitimate release)! Fans can click here for more details, and find the address and other additional details posted on our forums. It's a New Year Moonies, and we have to keep up our fighting spirit!

One Last and Special Blog Entry, and Reunion Photos!

We're saving the best for last! Two translated entries from Kotono Mitsuishi's blog!
EDIT: I started putting this post together a long time ago, but couldn't get it finished until now. Sorry Moonies! And, as of this writing, it doesn't look like there has been any footage of the event broadcast.

Sailor Event (posted December 6th, 2009)

She has an event to go to, but should she cut her bangs? I cut them last night during bathtime.

In the morning I looked in the mirror and thought I looked bad (*_*)!

I didn't cut them straight, obviously. There is no time, so I am going like this! (T_T)

She wrote about an appearance on an upcoming episode of Idoling for the rest of the entry where she had something to do with an Evangelion snack contest. In the past, she has narrated segments on the show!

5 Sailor Senshi Together! (posted December 6th, 2009)

There was a large gathering at the DVD launch of Sailor Moon!

We were all so excited and pleased to see everyone!

When 5 soldiers are all gathered together, I wondered if it would distort the magnetic field.

They are the ones with all the power, right?

Uhehe (*laugh*)!

After all, it's great!

Sailor Senshi Sailor Moon

That's a girl's bible!

And now, a compilation of all the photos from the event, but we're going to show you them a little differently. There's no video yet of the event, but we know what order that things took place in. So, we're going to present the photos to you in that order! It's the closest thing we can bring you to seeing the event!

Backstage, Naoko Takeuchi Came to Say Hi To Everyone!

(From Kyan Chiaki's blog)

Kyan Chiaki Cosplays and Performs as Sailor Moon!

(From Kyan Chiaki's blog)

(From Mycom)

(From AV Watch)

(From Famitsu)

(From TV Life)

HIMEKA Sings Moonlight Densestu (Moonlight Legend, aka. theme from first 4 seasons and movies)!

(From Mycom)

(From Famitsu)

(From TV Life)

Seiyuu Come Onstage and Speak Of Their Time On the Series!

(From ANIMAX and

(From Sankei MSN)

(From Mycom)

(From AV Watch)

(From TV Life)

(From Famitsu)

(From Cinema Today)

Top 5 Episodes Revealed!

(From Mycom)

(From Famitsu)

Everyone Gets Together For One Last Shot!

(From ANIMAX and

(From Mycom)

(From AV Watch)

(From Famitsu)

(From TV Life)

The Event Ends, And Everyone Attending Gets Some Flyers.

(From Lunatic Circus)

Moon Chase's Other Posts Covering The Reunion Are Located Here, Here, Here, Here and Here.