First off: that is not a man.
Okay, I hope that answers half of your questions.
Anyhow, I don't know what exactly it is that drove me to draw Sailor Moon in this fashion, but it was fun. Specifically, I enjoyed the sharp, bold lines and shading. This was inspired in part by the awesome that is known as Ouendan,
as is also evidenced by the fact that "Guts da ze!!" is also the name of one of the songs featured in it.
Oh yeah, I should probably tell you folks what's written. Sailor Moon is saying "Guts da ze!!!" (crudely translated as "It's guts, yo!"), and her posse in the back is saying "Ou~" as a sort of "Yeah~" expression. Also, the kanji on SM's medallion thing is "気" - spirit.
Okay, that's about it. Sorry to anyone who wished Sailor Moon would forever remain the wide eyed bishoujo.
Sailor Senshi © Naoko Takeuchi and her publishers
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