Chapter 6: Showdown! Sailor V VS. Electronic Fighter Girl Luga

We are proud to release this installment of the Codename: Sailor V “re-print” manga; Chapter 6: Showdown! Sailor V VS. Electronic Fighter Girl Luga!

Codename: Sailor V is the prequel to Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, and follows the adventures of Aino Minako as a crime fighter. We haven’t localized anything (except currency) and we explain any and all Japanese cultural references for the novice Japanophile.

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9 Responses to “Chapter 6: Showdown! Sailor V VS. Electronic Fighter Girl Luga”

  1. Angelica

    On page 5 of this chapter (169) you have a note that miha means something like slut in Spanish. Not true. The word you’re probably thinking of is mija (the “j” makes an “h” sound). It’s actually short for the phrase “mi hija” which litterally means my daughter but can mean my girl when used by friends or other non-familial acquaintances.

    • Angelica

      Sorry if I should have submitted this somewhere else. I didn’t know where else to put it and mean no disrespect. It just caught me off guard because I am Spanish and have never heard mija used to mean slut or anything close to that.

    • sassypants678

      Thanks for the heads up! I don’t speak Spanish so I definitely confused those two words. I appreciate the clarification and will get my staff to correct this translation at once! :D Is it OK to credit you in our TL notes for the page by your email address, or would you prefer another means? Let me know – thanks! :)

      • Angelica

        Oh no problem. You and your staff have done an amazing job and put in a ton of work with these translations and I’m so greatful I can enjoy them. I just didn’t want to come off as a heel or a troll or something. Yeah my email address is fine with me.

  2. Sophie Spencer

    crying is stupid
    Both the first and the last chapter have Minako’s crush die at Minako’s hand, and are the only occasions she’s ever seen crying. In a meta sense, Sailor V began …


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