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The Amazon Trio--Hawk's Eye, Tiger's Eye, and Fisheye.
The Amazon Trio--Hawk's Eye, Tiger's Eye, and Fisheye.

The Amazon Trio is a set of fictional antagonists in the anime series Sailor Moon SuperS and the corresponding manga arc, Dream. The trio are a subset of the villains called the Dead Moon Circus, and follow the threatening commands of Zirconia. Image File history File links AmazonTrio. ... Image File history File links AmazonTrio. ... The main cast of the anime Cowboy Bebop (1998) (L to R: Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Ed Tivrusky, Faye Valentine, and Ein the dog) Anime ) (IPA pronunciation: in Japanese, but typically or in English) is an abbreviation of the word animation. Outside Japan, the term most popularly refers to animation... Sailor Moon , officially translated as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon) is the title of a famous media franchise created by Japanese manga artist Naoko Takeuchi. ... 2nd English edition of InuYasha Vol. ... The Dead Moon Circus are the primary villains from the Sailormoon metaverses fourth season, SuperS (pronounced zu-paa-zu). Spoiler warning: During an eclipse of the sun, a strange circus floats into the town of Juuban, Tokyo, but no one seems to take notice. ... The Dead Moon Circus are the primary villains from the Sailormoon metaverses fourth season, SuperS (pronounced zu-paa-zu). Spoiler warning: During an eclipse of the sun, a strange circus floats into the town of Juuban, Tokyo, but no one seems to take notice. ...


The trio has three members: Tiger's Eye, Hawk's Eye and Fisheye. Their names, like those of most Sailor Moon villains, are derived from the names of gemstones. Polished tigers eye gemstone Tigers eye (also Tigers eye, Tiger eye) is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually yellow- to red-brown, with a silky luster. ...


In the manga they are created from animals from the circus by the Amazoness Quartet to destroy the Sailor Senshi. They each respectively target a relevant Sailor to kill. The only exception to the is Sailor Venus, who was targeted by the Amazoness Quartet themselves. They do not summon lemures themselves, but are treated as lemures. The Amazoness Quartet )[1] is a group of characters from the metaseries known as Sailor Moon. ...


In the anime, members of the trio summon lemures—spirits of the dead—from the shadows to assist them in various battles with the Sailor Senshi, mostly using them to fight their battles entirely for them. In the English adaptation, lemures are renamed remless, probably a reference to the REM cycle of sleep, during which dreams occur. Naoko Takeuchi's inspiration was probably the mythological one, but as the Japanese pronunciation (remuresu) can be legitimately romanized either way. Larvae are the plural of larva, juvenile form of animals with indirect development. ... The Sailor Team and Chibichibi. ... Rapid eye movement (REM) is the stage of sleep during which the most vivid (though not all) dreams occur. ... Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子 Takeuchi Naoko), born March 15, 1967, is a manga artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan. ... A romanization or latinization is a system for representing a word or language with the Roman (Latin) alphabet, where the original word or language used a different writing system. ...


Also in the anime, the Amazon Trio's job is to look into the dream mirrors of mortals, searching for the legendary and powerful Pegasus. Pegasus possesses the Golden Crystal which can free their leader, Queen Nehellenia, from her entrapment within a mirror and allow her to take over Earth. The Trio choose their victims by seducing various women and men, whether they be young or old, and attacking them while they are vulnerable. The following is a list of supporting characters from the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... The Dead Moon Circus are the primary villains from the Sailormoon metaverses fourth season, SuperS (pronounced zu-paa-zu). Spoiler warning: During an eclipse of the sun, a strange circus floats into the town of Juuban, Tokyo, but no one seems to take notice. ...

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Tiger's Eye

Tiger's Eye (タイガーズ・アイ?) takes the form of a tall, long haired blond man. He wears tight tiger-striped pants and a white top, and attacks with a whip. His targets of seduction are particularly younger women, as he uses his charming abilities to lure them into his traps until the right time to look into their dream mirrors in search of Pegasus.


In the manga, Tiger's Eye attempted to pollute Sailor Mars with negative thoughts in order to take her energy while she was investigating a mysterious hall of mirrors. He is killed by her just after she powers up into her 'Super' form. He is destroyed in the blast from her new attack, Mars Flame Sniper. It has been suggested that Princess Mars be merged into this article or section. ...


Tiger's Eye is voiced by Ryotaro Okiayu in the original Japanese anime and by Lyon Smith in the English dub. Ryotaro Okiayu (置鮎 龍太郎 Okiayu Ryōtarō, born November 17, 1969) is a seiyū who was born in Fukuoka. ...


Hawk's Eye

Hawk's Eye (ホークス・アイ?) takes the form of a tall young man with bright, wild pink hair. He wears a bra-like toga and tights in his battle attire. He often gets into fights with Tiger's Eye, though their relationship is rather love-hate, and their arguments are usually playful. His attacks are fire-based, and he is the only member of the Trio who does not use a primary weapon. His targets reflect his romantic preferences, in this case older women (to contrast with Tiger's Eye's preference for younger girls). Bra has several meanings: Short for brassiere, an undergarment. ... Roman clad in toga The toga was a distinctive garment of Ancient Rome. ...


He first appears in episode 128 of the anime but his first offensive move is made in episode 130, his victim being Usagi Tsukino's mother, "Ikuko-mama". His designs on her are thrwarted by Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon. He continues throughout the series to mainly target older women, although he and Tiger's Eye compete over Minako Aino. Usagi Tsukino ) is a fictional character, the protagonist and namesake of the metaseries known as Sailor Moon. ... Chibiusa ) (as said in Act 11); legally Usagi Tsukino and formally Usagi Small Lady Serenity Tsukino is a fictional character from the manga/anime Sailor Moon. ... Minako Aino ) is a fictional character, a Sailor Senshi, one of the central characters in the metaseries known as Sailor Moon. ...


In the manga, Hawk's Eye is killed by Sailor Jupiter, just after she powers up into her 'Super' form. He is destroyed in the blast from her new attack, Jupiter Oak Evolution. Makoto Kino ) is a fictional character, a Sailor Senshi, one of the central characters in the metaseries known as Sailor Moon. ...


In the anime, Hawk's Eye is killed by the lemure 'Mr. Magic Pierrot', who is sent by PallaPalla to eliminate the trio. However, Pegasus revives him, and he is sent to Elysion with the others. The Amazoness Quartet )[1] is a group of characters from the metaseries known as Sailor Moon. ...


He is voiced by Toshio Furukawa in the original Japanese version and by Benji Plener in the English dub. Toshio Furukawa Toshio Furukawa ) is a veteran seiyū who was born on July 16, 1946 in Tochigi. ...


Fisheye

Fisheye (フィッシュ・アイ?) takes the form of a slender, effeminate male with long, pale blue and green hair. Like Tiger's Eye and Hawk's Eye, he targets his ideal romantic interests, which are young males. His attacks are water-based, but his primary choice of attack is knife-throwing (which, to his frustration, he is not very good at).


Fisheye has a very small part in the manga, tempting Ami Mizuno in a trap. He is killed soon after by Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, and Sailor Chibimoon, and reverts to his animal form as a fish. His purported whereabouts are in Mamoru Chiba's fishtank. Ami Mizuno ) is a fictional character, a Sailor Senshi, one of the central characters in the metaseries known as Sailor Moon. ... Mamoru Chiba ) is the primary male protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...


Fisheye is quite blantantly homosexual and very effeminate, and while in civilian clothes almost always crossdresses (which is the basis of many of his disguises, as he is usually able to pass himself off as a woman to attract his straight targets). However, unusual for the character archetype, he exclusively speaks with Japanese masculine pronouns such as boku when referring to himself, unless he is in disguise. Unlike his cohorts who are rather machismo, Fisheye seems to nurse a paradoxical genuine affection for victims (or at least a childish crush) until they give him the amusing and inevitable brush-off. This included the kindly Chiba Mamoru, whom he attacked but was subsequently eager to release afterwards. Since its coinage, the word homosexuality has acquired multiple meanings. ... The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view. ...


Fisheye is also the first of the three to wonder if what they are doing is right, and his wavering loyalty lands him in hot water and is nearly killed by his boss. Midway through the series, he and the others are sublimated into Pegasus' world and given the promise of rebirth as real humans.


English adaptation

Fisheye was changed to a woman in the English dub of the anime, which is not unprecedented within this adapted series: Zoisite and Zirconia also had their genders changed. However, the female Fisheye's voice seemed to waver between effeminacy and boyishness, and the TV version of the dub slightly edited a fairly noticeable scene in which Fisheye is seen without a shirt— the chest was placed off-camera. In the uncut DVD, the many references to Fisheye as female are retained, but the scenes showing "her" as a shirtless man are still shown. This article is about the mineral named zoisite. ... The Dead Moon Circus are the primary villains from the Sailormoon metaverses fourth season, SuperS (pronounced zu-paa-zu). Spoiler warning: During an eclipse of the sun, a strange circus floats into the town of Juuban, Tokyo, but no one seems to take notice. ...


Fisheye is voiced by Akira Ishida in the original Japanese version and by Deborah Drakeford in the English dub. Akira Ishida (石田 彰 Ishida Akira, born November 2, 1967) is a male seiyū born in Aichi. ...


Anime

Rather than being killed by the Sailor Soldiers like in the manga, the Amazon Trio share a different fate in the anime.


When Zirconia finally reveals to them their true natures (that of animals), Fisheye fears particularly of their fate and questions why they do not possess dream mirrors like humans. Fisheye's change in perspective was attributed to the kindness of Usagi after Fisheye was rejected by Mamoru and also with the discovery that Chibiusa was the holder of the Golden Dream Mirror, which housed the dream Pegasus (Helios) hid himself in.


Fisheye's insolence nearly costs the life of the Amazon Trio, however, because Zirconia reads Fisheye's memory and mistakenly believes Usagi is the holder of the Golden Dream Mirror, Zirconia sends Hawk Eye to steal the mirror. Fisheye and Tiger's Eye follow to stop Hawk Eye while Zirconia plans to have the trio eliminated as soon as Usagi's mirror is revealed.


The Lemures sent by Zirconia shatters Usagi's dream mirror before Hawk's Eye has a chance to restore it to Usagi's body. Hawk's Eye ends up dying for Fisheye and gives him the power Zirconia granted him to stay human like so that they may finish off the Lemures. Fisheye and Tiger's Eye use the power to resurrect Usagi, realizing she is Sailor Moon, and also summon Chibiusa, believing that the pair are the only ones who can defeat the lemure and avenge Hawk's Eye.


Usagi and Chibiusa, as Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon, defeat the summoned Lemures, but is it too late for either of them to do anything for the Amazon Trio, who have reverted to their animal forms. Soon afterwards, Pegasus/Helios, summoned by Chibiusa, grants them dream mirrors, knowing that the trio have suffered greatly and have truly changed for the better. They cannot, however, retain their current forms as humans and are taken away by Pegasus/Helios to the Crystal Forest. As he places them within the forest, he promises that one day they will be reborn as the humans they wish to be, with their beautiful dreams intact.


See also

The Dead Moon Circus are the primary villains from the Sailormoon metaverses fourth season, SuperS (pronounced zu-paa-zu). Spoiler warning: During an eclipse of the sun, a strange circus floats into the town of Juuban, Tokyo, but no one seems to take notice. ...

References

    1. Sailor Moon SuperS (TV). Anime News Network. Retrieved 2005-02-06.

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