Sailor Moon Dons Moon Knight Suit in Amazing Fan Art

share to other networks share to twitter share to facebook

If anime and the Marvel Cinematic Universe would have a crossover, this would be a perfect merger of two characters. One fan art made this happen as Sailor Moon, one of the most beloved anime characters ever known for three decades, dons the suit of the latest hero to grace the MCU, Moon Knight.

Fan Artist Mangjue Chen shared on Twitter his unique take for a crossover of the popular anime with the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe show, Moon Knight. His fan art shows what Usagi Tsukino, also known as Sailor Moon, is she is to be chosen by Khonshu as his avatar than being a full-fledged Sailor Scout, and she definitely rocks the suit.

Advertisement

Sailor Moon recently reached a new milestone as the anime series released in 1992 celebrated its thirtieth anniversary. Usaki Tsukino is a schoolgirl who transforms into being the Sailor Moon as she summons her powers from a magical artifact, the legendary silver crystal, and she rallies the Sailor Soldiers behind her.

Moon Knight just released its first two episodes introducing the character and the struggles of Steven Grant as he tries to understand everything that is going on within him as he deals with Marc Spector and Khonshu talking in his head. The show continues to tell the story of how things arrived to a chase on Arthur Harrow and stopping him from resurrecting Ammit.

Related: Moon Knight Episode 2: Who is Layla?

Oscar Isaac plays Moon Knight and he would be joined by Ethan Hawke as Arthur Harrow, May Calamawy as Layla, Loic Mabanza as Bushman, the late Gaspar Ulliel as Anton Mogart, Lucy Thackeray as Donna, and F. Murray Abraham as Khonshu.

Moon Knight arrives on Disney Plus at 3 AM EST on March 30, 2022 where there would be six episodes to be released weekly. There is no news yet as to the release of the series on DVD but what is sure is that it would be available on the service in the highest streaming quality, 4K. It is rated TV-14 which means those who are aged 14 years or above can watch the show; however, they must be accompanied by an adult.