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ADV Announces Sailor Moon DVDs

posted on 2002-02-11 23:19 EST
ADV sent out a press release today announcing the first volume of Sailor Moon on DVD to be released on April 16th. ADV also sent out an official press release for the Eva Boxed Set today.

ADV sent out a press release today announcing the first volume of Sailor Moon on DVD to be released on April 16th.

Excerpts from Press Release:

ADV Films has set a street date of April 16, 2002 for Sailor Moon: A Heroine is Chosen and Sailor Moon: Sailor Scouts to the Rescue, the highly anticipated first DVD releases of the international best-selling title from ADV Films.

Sailor Moon: A Heroine is Chosen
To stop the evil Queen Beryl from taking over the Earth, Luna the magic cat seeks out 14 year-old Serena and reveals that she has the magic powers of Sailor Moon! Although she's unsure of herself at first, Serena quickly learns that if you believe in yourself, anything is possible. Together with Luna, the mysterious Tuxedo Mask and her many other friends, Sailor Moon leads the fight for good and justice! And when Sailor Mercury joins the battle, Queen Beryl and her Negaverse won't stand a chance! Earth has a new protector and her name is Sailor Moon!

Sailor Moon: Sailor Scouts to the Rescue
The battle against the evil Queen Beryl and her Negaverse continues as new enemies attack the Sailor Scouts. First a dream vacation on a cruise ship becomes a nightmare when Jedite and Titus steal all of the love energy from the passengers, then the sinister Nephlite uses lies and disguises to trick innocent people into helping Queen Beryl's wicked plans! It will take all three Sailor Scouts to stop Queen Beryl and the forces of evil in the second fantastic volume of Sailor Moon!

Previously available only on VHS, fans of the worldwide hit series Sailor Moon have been waiting patiently for ADV to release these episodes in the DVD format. As seen on television, these DVD installments from Sailor Moon include the English-language, family-friendly versions of this exciting animated program. Each disc will include six episodes and will retail at $14.98.

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