The Wood appears as a beautiful, young woman with flowing hair with a leafy symbol on her forehead. In the manga, she appears tall, her body is mostly naked and heavily decorated with flora. She has leafy, wing-like ears with frond-like wings on her back. In the Anime, her physical form is rather small; and she has a large, bushy ruff of foliage with long vines extending from it. As a Sakura Card in the manga, she has a star on her chest and three stars on each ear.
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The manga Sailor Moon is the series that demonstrated, once and for all, that American girls will read about super-heroes with great enthusiasm. It features a young-looking aggressively typical school girl named Bunny. But then, one day, Bunny meets a talking cat, who turns her into… a super-hero Princess! With long hair! Nifty jewelr! Lots of deferential friends, and a handsome, dashing, mysterious true love! And, of course, she gets to keep the talking cat.
It is one of the four elemental cards, and as such it is one of the most powerful. Windy falls under the power of the Moon, Yue and under Eastern Magic. The Windy appears as an elegant, lissome Fairy with blonde hair that is styled high and falls forward into two long strands, as well as a pair of large, magic wings, and feathered shoulders. Two green, wing-like shapes adorn her forehead.
The story focuses on Sakura Kinomoto , an elementary school student in Japan who discovers magical powers after accidentally freeing a set of magical cards into the world; she must retrieve the cards to prevent catastrophe. Each of these cards grants different magical powers, and can only be activated by someone with inherent magical abilities. Additional media include two anime films, video games , art books , picture books , and film comics. After Tokyopop's license expired, Dark Horse Manga released the series in omnibus editions from October to September All 70 episodes were dubbed; while other English-speaking territories received the full run, the version aired on American television was heavily edited into 39 episodes.