15) Other internet resources
rec.arts.anime.misc discusses Japanese animation in general.
alt.fan.sailor-moon specifically for Sailor Moon. Note: the existence of this group does _not_ mean that Sailor Moon discussion doesn't belong in rec.arts.anime or its subgroups.
World Wide Web and FTP sites in English:
Most Sailor Moon pages suck. And there are hundreds of them. I refuse to go through all of them--even if your site doesn't suck, it wouldn't be fair to list your site without at least checking all the others.
The best site for the original Japanese series is Hitoshi Doi's page. The original is located at http://www.win.or.jp/~toshi/smoon and mirrors are at http://www.tcp.com/~doi/smoon/ and and at http://anime.jyu.fi/~doi/smoon/ .
http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/knzarysk/sm.html is _the_ site for lots of Sailor Moon links.
Send mail to email@example.com with the text "subscribe sailor-moon".
firstname.lastname@example.org is another list; less censored (send to email@example.com with "subscribe sailor-moon")
There is a third list; send a subscribe request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ftp ftp.cs.ubc.ca, for Sailor Moon fan fiction posted to rec.arts.anime.creative. One of the biggest sites for specifically Sailor Moon fanfiction is "A Sailor Moon Romance" (http://www.moonromance.com/).
Translated scripts exist on the net for many episodes, as well as for some of the manga. Arctic Animation was subtitling episodes, but has released their old Sailor Moon scripts to the public.
The home page for Mixx, who is publishing the manga in English, is at http://www.mixxonline.com/mixxonline/corepage.html .
Alex Glover's page has some Sailor V translations. The Sailor Moon translations have been removed by request of Mixx. This page is at http://www.nwlink.com/~kurozuki/manga.htm .
The Sailor Moon FAQ was created and is maintained by:
Ken Arromdee / email@example.com / http://www.rahul.net/arromdee
The FAQ has been HTMLized by Jen Maher-Bontrager of sailormoon.org.