Moon Prism Power Male UP

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Moon Prism Power Male UP

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Not sure how well this picture will do on Newgrounds (considering the lack of breasts and action in it), but ah well. Enjoy the sailorscouts in male form. Instead of shopping and dreaming of boys all day, the scouts can now get excited about sports, beer and having boners. Whatever the equivalent gender stereotype is.

art- Holly Hansel
Sailormoon- Naoko Takeuchi


Hahaha, oh my god, this is so... cool? Handsome? I don't even know the word to use, here I thought they would be wearing a gakuran, but that doesn't express much. I would have never thought to put them in suits, but it makes sense! I'd love to see those guys transform XD

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I like the idea of the piece, I'm just not crazy about the artwork. The uniforms and some of the characters are still too feminine. If you re-worked it with more masculinity, it'd be a better sell in my opinion. Another possibility would be to rework the characters into who they are in day-to-day life. Maybe work Jupiter into a soccer uniform, or put them into work uniform or something.

Madame-origami responds:

Pfft. The gist of this was to make them look like males in the sense of the Sailormoon world. Pretty much men are akin to Ken dolls and Disney princes there. I know this is not what "real" men in the American mindset look like.

Thanks for the input though. It is interesting how drastically the opinion here is from the mostly female base on Tumblr.

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3.91 / 5.00

Jul 2, 2012 | 2:03 PM EDT
File Info
1575 x 629 px
472.6 kb

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