Sailor Moon: Japanese Superheroes for Global Girls
Sailor Moon: Japanese Superheroes for Global Girls is a chapter by Anne Allison in the book Japan Pop!: Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture, edited by Timothy J. Craig and published in 2000.
In the book chapter, Allison examines the dichotomies in Sailor Moon, such as those between female and warrior. She also compares the localisation of Sailor Moon to that of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, and suggests that Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers was more successful than Sailor Moon due to its higher level of localisation.
- A Challenge to Hollywood? Japanese Character Goods Hit the US - A later paper by Anne Allison
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