20th Anniversary Book, RunRun, Sailor V, and Nakayoshi!

Hello Dreamers!

I survived my finals and managed to pass all my classes, so thank you for the good luck from all of you and the Miss Dream team! So I’m back at the helm of weekly posts!

This week we have the 20th Anniversary Book, Sailor V from a RunRun issue as well as the corresponding issue, and a Nakayoshi Deluxe issue!

The 20th Anniversary Book has images from the Exhibition in Roppongi Hills and a full run down of all the Sailor Moon merchandise ever released up to the point of the book being published. It also has interviews with the anime, manga, and musical cast and crew! It’s a really neat book!

This week’s downloads!

20th Anniversary Book
20th Anniversary Book
RunRun April 1992
RunRun April 1992
Codename Sailor V April 1992
Codename Sailor V
in RunRun April 1992
Nakayoshi Deluxe June 1985
Nakayoshi Deluxe
June 1985

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Now that we’ve entered December, you might be thinking about what to gift your Japanese media-loving friend or family. How about the gift of comprehension? Let the professional translators at Fandom Services translate your honey’s favorite doujinshi or your best bud’s super rare special episode for an AMAZING holiday gift that they’ll flip for! Any projects paid for by December 4th will be ready by December 24th. Use our code NIHONGOHOHO in your request for a sweet discount! Want the chance to win HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS worth of free Japanese translation or digitization from Fandom Services? Check out our Facebook page for a special giveaway!

I hope you get something cool out of the 20th Anniversary Book you hadn’t seen or known before! I thought the map of Juuban was especially neat!

See you next time!

More Sailor V, Chibiusa’s Picture Diary, RunRun, Chinese Artbooks, and a Vivi magazine article!

Hello Dreamers!

This weeks update has me, Fred, back at the helm, while Busters is doing finals. Let’s all wish her luck! ;)

Anyways, this week’s update begins the final month of 2017! Can’t believe the year went that fast! If it goes this fast, we’ll be reaching the time of Sailor Moon Crystal movies in no time. XD

We got another RunRun issue, that includes a chapter of both Chibiusa’s Picture Diary AND Codename Sailor V, as well as a couple more Chinese-translated artbooks, and a Sailor Moon article featuring Le Mouvement Final’s Meiku Harukawa (Star Fighter/Seiya) found in the latest issue of Vivi!

So, let get to them!

This Week’s Uploads

 

RunRun July 1993 Issue
RunRun July 1993
Codename Sailor V by Naoko Takeuchi in RunRun July 1993
Codename Sailor V
in RunRun July 1993
Chibiusa's Picture Diary 1 in RunRun July 1993
Chibiusa’s Picture Diary 1
in RunRun July 1993
Sailor Moon Original Picture Collection Volume 3 (Chinese)
Sailor Moon Original Picture
Collection Vol 3
Sailor Moon Original Picture Collection Volume 4 (Chinese)
Sailor Moon Original Picture
Collection Vol 4
Vivi January 2018 Issue
Vivi January 2018

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Hopefully you found a lot of great content in today’s update! Like I stated, Busters will be back for next week’s update.

Now that we’ve entered December, you might be thinking about what to gift your Japanese media-loving friend or family. How about the gift of comprehension? Let the professional translators at Fandom Services translate your honey’s favorite doujinshi or your best bud’s super rare special episode for an AMAZING holiday gift that they’ll flip for! Any projects paid for by December 4th will be ready by December 24th. Use our code NIHONGOHOHO in your request for a sweet discount! Want the chance to win HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS worth of free Japanese translation or digitization from Fandom Services? Check out our Facebook page for a special giveaway!

See you next time!

Sailor V, RunRun, Young You, and The Toy Book!

Hello Dreamers!

This weeks update brings you several different issues! We have Sailor V from the RunRun issues, more Young You, and the Toy Book as well!

The Toy Book is an issued book from the 90’s that tells you all about the latest and most fashionable toys for children from that year as well as articles about what’s good and what companies creating new toys are up to.

Young You magazine is a monthly manga compilation phone book, similar to Nakayoshi except it is for a “josei” or young women’s audience. It ran until 2005 when it was abruptly discontinued by the publisher, Shueisha. Naoko Takeuchi published her “Punch!!” series in this magazine from 1998 – 2004, detailing personal life events such as her marriage and child birth experience.

RunRun was a monthly publication owned by Kodansha in the 1990s. This magazine company is no longer in business and these issues are long out of print.

This week’s RunRun, Young You, Sailor V, and Toy Book issues

 

Toy Book Vol 12 No.1 February 1996
Toy Book Vol 12 No.1
Feburary 1996
Young You Colors 2003 No.3 Verde
Young You Colors 2003 No.3 Verde
RunRun April 1992 Spring Special
RunRun April 1992 Spring Special
RunRun January 1993 Winter Special
RunRun January 1993 Winter Special
Codename Sailor V RunRun 1992 Spring Special
Codename Sailor V
RunRun April 1992 Spring Special
Codename Sailor V RunRun January 1993
Codename Sailor V
RunRun January 1993 Winter Special

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Hopefully you found a lot of great content in today’s update! What did you think of the toys from 1996? Any nostalgic factor for you? Stick around for some more Sailor V next week!

If you aren’t aware, there was a shift in the staff on the site. You can head on over to our staff page to see the changes! If you have any questions, feel free to contact Katie as she can provide you with additional details.

Finally, make sure to follow us on all social media as well for updates all around. We have a facebook, twitter, and tumblr (which is newly revived!) that you can follow to make sure you don’t miss out on any new updates or content! All our posts go live to each one of these social media accounts at the same time, every Tuesday night!

We hope you enjoyed these uploads and hope you’ll stay tuned for next week’s update.♥ If you’d like to help keep Miss Dream going, please consider donating! It helps keep our server running and allows us to buy more rare magazines to scan. If you’re interested in hiring us to translate your favorite Japanese media, check out Fandom Services! Finally, a reminder that our Garage Sale has expanded with more Nakayoshi and RunRun magazines, many of which are still bound! Check everything out here to get them before they’re gone! See you next time!

More Young You, Naoko Punch, and a Naoko Interview!

Hello Dreamers!

This week’s update brings you four Young You issues from April 2003 and May 2003 along with some more Naoko Punch issues and a Naoko Interview from FRaU!

Young You magazine is a monthly manga compilation phone book, similar to Nakayoshi except it is for a young women’s audience. Naoko Takeuchi published her “Punch!!” series in this magazine from 1998 – 2004, detailing personal life events such as her marriage and child birth experience.

FRaU is a Japanese women’s fashion magazine. We have highlights from the December 2017 issue, which include an interview with Naoko Takeuchi and Sailor Moon themed horoscopes.

This week’s Young You, Naoko Punch and FRaU issues

 

Young You April 2003
Young You April 2003
Young You May 2003
Young You May 2003
Naoko Punch from Young You April 2003
Naoko Punch from Young You
April 2003
(Balloon Punch, Round 8)
Naoko Punch from Young You
May 2003
(Balloon Punch, Round 9)
FRaU December 2017
(Naoko Interview)
Courtesy of Mizuno Caitlin

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Huge thanks to Mizuno Caitlin of Wild Mushroomland for the donation of the FRaU December 2017 issue with the Naoko Interview!

If you aren’t aware, there was a shift in the staff on the site. You can head on over to our staff page to see the changes! If you have any questions, feel free to contact Katie as she can provide you with additional details.

Finally, make sure to follow us on all social media as well for updates all around. We have a facebook, twitter, and tumblr (which is newly revived!) that you can follow to make sure you don’t miss out on any new updates or content! All our posts go live to each one of these social media accounts at the same time, every Tuesday night!

We hope you enjoyed these uploads and hope you’ll stay tuned for next week’s update.♥ If you’d like to help keep Miss Dream going, please consider donating! It helps keep our server running and allows us to buy more rare magazines to scan. If you’re interested in hiring us to translate your favorite Japanese media, check out Fandom Services! Finally, a reminder that our Garage Sale has expanded with more Nakayoshi and RunRun magazines, many of which are still bound! Check everything out here to get them before they’re gone! See you next time!

Young You and Naoko’s short comics!

Hello Dreamers!

This weeks update brings you four Young You issues from Jan 1999, Jan 2000, Dec 2002, and Mar 2003 as well as some of Naoko’s short comics!

This week’s Young You and Naoko Punch issues

 

Young You January 1999
Young You January 1999
Young You January 2000
Young You January 2000
Young You December 2002
Young You December 2002
Young You March 2003
Young You March 2003
Young You Interview January 1999
Naoko Punch from Young You
January 1999
Naoko Punch January 2000
Naoko Punch from Young You
January 2000
Naoko Punch December 20002
Naoko Punch from Young You
December 2002
(Balloon Punch, Round 4)
Naoko Punch from Young You March 2003
Naoko Punch from Young You
March 2003
(Balloon Punch, Round 7)

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I hope you enjoyed the post and welcome me as your new blog writer. If you aren’t aware, there was a shift in the staff on the site starting this month. You can head on over to our staff page to see the changes! Also, make sure to check out our recruitment page as we are looking for some additional help, especially graphic designers! If you have any interest in any position being offered, make sure to contact Katie on that page! Furthermore, if you have any questions, feel free to contact her as she can provide you with additional details.

Finally, make sure to follow us on all social media as well for updates all around. We have a facebook, twitter, and tumblr (which is newly revived!) that you can follow to make sure you don’t miss out on any new updates or content! All our posts go live to each one of these social media accounts at the same time, every Tuesday night!

We hope you enjoyed these uploads and hope you’ll stay tuned for next week’s update.♥ If you’d like to help keep Miss Dream going, please consider donating! It helps keep our server running and allows us to buy more rare magazines to scan. If you’re interested in hiring us to translate your favorite Japanese media, check out Fandom Services! Finally, a reminder that our Garage Sale has expanded with more doujinshi, check everything out here to get them before they’re gone! See you next time!