The end of Sailor Moon SuperS. I remember watching the dub in North America, and though the fifth season has a slim chance of ever getting dubbed here, it was a fitting end for the series. There’s something so powerful about a battered Super Sailor Moon holding baby Hotaru, with the Crystal shining bright. It’s a provocative reminder that even in the toughest of times, the darkest of hours, there is light, and there is hope for a better future. And that is something, when realize, brings me to tears.

I never cry at anything. I didn’t cry at the end of the manga or anime. Didn’t cry during the notebook. However I bawled when Minako died in PGSM when she and Artemis had their final exchange to Rei running in with her star tambourine.

Motoki’s proposal to Makoto in PGSM was one of the cutest scenes in the entire series. It was so unexpected and yet it made perfect sense. It even made me a bit teary-eyed.  I’m glad that these two characters finally got their happy ending.

Last week, I watched the end of Sailor Stars for the first time. It was so perfect and I cried so much when everyone (especially Mamoru) came back after the battle ended. I regret nothing.