This is a reshowing of the 1995 movie Sailor Moon Super S: The Movie. The first part is a 16-minute short film about Ami, and her rivalry/crush with a person known only as “Mercurius”. The main film itself is about the sailor guardians rescuing Chibiusa from Badiane, the big bad who is kidnapping the children of the world to power her Black Dream Hole. The guardians must team up to fight off her evil henchman and their bonbon babies in order to save all the children, and there are even a few special appearances that fans of the series will love.
This is part of the Fathom Events series of broadcasts where classic or indie movies or live events are shown at participating movie theaters around the country. It’s significant that Fathom has an entire anime category for events, showing some of the most classic movies that never made it to the big screen in the US, but now can be enjoyed that way.
Growing up in a comic book store was probably not the way to make an already awkward and strange boy very popular, but it did lead to me having a large knowledge of anime and manga, and I have always had a soft spot for Sailor Moon. Sailor Moon Super S was fantastic cheesy 90s nostalgia joyride that I am so happy that I got to share with my 3-year-old daughter. Getting to watch it and see her little face light up, listen to her laugh at all the jokes and hijinks that the characters got into was wonderful. I am happy to have been able to share that part of my childhood with her and seeing that they are bringing back older anime films to movie theaters.

Unofficial Hatsune Mix (Hatsune Miku)

It’s Hatsune Miku, the Vocaloid–the synthesizer superstar who’s singing your song! She’s a global cyber celebrity and a cosplay favorite at conventions. Now Miku’s creator, KEI, brings you Hatsune Miku: Unofficial Hatsune Mix–an omnibus manga of the musical adventures of Miku and her fellow Vocaloids Rin, Len, Luka, and more–in both beautiful black-and-white and charming color!

Wish

Walking home from work one day, handsome young doctor Shuichiro notices an adorable little thing trapped in a tree…not a cat, but an angel, Kohaku. In gratitude for rescuing it, Kohaku offers to grant Shuichiro a wish–but to the angel’s surprise, Shuichiro says no thanks…everything in his life is great! But little Kohaku isn’t going to give up that easily, and moves in with Shuichiro. Soon they’re joined by the demons Koryuu and Kokuyo, and the household becomes an earthly haven for love that’s been lost–and a sanctuary for love that can’t be run away from…

Demon King Daimaou: Volume 8

2V, with the newly-awakened First Demon King, Zero, has successfully taken over the Empire. All Liradans, including Korone, are under her control. And with Akuto out of commission and no one allowed to use magic, no one can stop her from commanding every aspect of the citizen’s lives. What is 2V’s true goal behind creating this Liradan-centered, magicless society?