Watch the first 23 episodes of Viz’s new Sailor Moon English dub on Hulu

Sailor Moon episode 1 - Usagi runs into Mamoru

Last weekend Viz released a number of dubbed episodes to Hulu and Neon Alley. You can currently watch the first 23 episodes of Viz’s new English dub but these episodes may not be there for long so watch them while you can. I haven’t had a chance to watch too many episodes but after watching a bit the dub seems decent. There are less changes to the script than there were in the original dub though some jokes not in the original version have been added, such as making fun of Mamoru’s pants or referring to Ami’s IQ like it was a Dragonball Z power level.

This first half of the season coincides with the episodes being released on DVD and Blu-Ray on November 11th. It’s not clear how long these episodes will remain online but they may be removed when the home video version is released. We’ve already seen pictures of the packaging. Check out the new video below which shows the super high tech foil used in the box.

Start watching starting with the first episode and see how you like it!

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2 thoughts on “Watch the first 23 episodes of Viz’s new Sailor Moon English dub on Hulu

  1. I’m trying to like it…but it’s pretty bland to me. It’s what I’ve wanted for so long and now that I have it…I guess I was just expecting more.
    Naru, Usagi and Luna all sound pretty similar. Rei and Ami aren’t bad, Rei sometimes almost sounds like the Rei from the original dub. Umino sounds too old.
    The only voice I am really happy with is Tuxedo Mask. Maybe the others will grow on me.
    As much hate as the old dub gets, it definitely had character and I loved it (though I had my period of dub loathing until I realized the dub was the reason I knew about Sailor Moon to begin with.)

  2. I’ve been watching the dub over the past week or so, and I think it’s pretty decent. I actually kind of like what they’ve done with it, and Stephanie Sheh is growing on me as Usagi. And I just love Umino’s voice actor! He kills me every time he speaks because he sounds like a lot of people I know (and hint hint, we’re all proud nerds).

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