The anime will receive a new look for the first time in several years, and it will feature a new geometric style for the visual style, the first of the two new designs announced by Bandai Namco Entertainment.
The original Sailor Moon manga was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1984 to 1996, and the series is currently running at Bandai Shōnen Magazine and Kodansha Comics.
The first new design, known as the “Sailormoon,” will feature an elegant blue color scheme.
It will feature “S-shaped” stars on the sides, a new motif called “Crescent Moon” on the top, and a new symbol that will symbolize the “Coral Crown.”
The “Curse of the Crimson Pearl” is the “Lion of the Seas” motif.
The new design is also called “Tsuyama” and is a new type of Sailor Moon design that is inspired by “Saru.”
The second new design will be “Masaemon” which will have a darker blue color palette and will have more intricate lines on the face and body.
The design will feature the “Moon-Sailored” motif, which is also new for this series.
It is also the first “Sailsailored/Sailora” design that will feature shading.
The “Sailing” symbol is the same as the design seen on the “Kiss Kiss” manga series.
Both designs will be released in autumn of 2018.
The third new design that has been confirmed to be in the manga series is the one known as “Kanen’s” which is an “Eagle-eye” design.
The symbol “Tachibana” is shown on the right side of the design.
It features a long “E” shaped star and a white triangle with a black background.
The three-part symbol resembles a “Hangul” sign.
This is the second design to be revealed in the series.
The first design was announced at the “Hokkaido” Anime Festival in July 2017.
It was confirmed in March 2018 that the “Bakugan no Yoru” manga would be getting a new visual style.
The second design was revealed at the Tokyo Anime Festival this summer.
It showed the “Ganbaras” character design.
The Sailor Moon: Aquarius series has been going for 10 years, but in 2016, Bandai announced that it was ending the series due to creative differences between the artists.
The series will now be called the “Neko no Tsubasa” (Water, Love, and Sea) anime series.
Bandai has released a short anime trailer for the series that will premiere in 2019.