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General Info: A shrine to the somewhat over-dressed hero, Tuxedo Kamen!
(Well at least he doesn't wear tights.)
Nominated By: Mara K.
A lot 'o good stuff on Mamoru! Nice, for a change we get to see a good site on
Tux without the old dribble, "He's so cute!" stuff with poor info and layouts
you find on so many other Tux shrines. The info here is more than you could
ever think of
on Mamoru. Everything from an estimated layout of his apartment
to a look at the dreams of the guy that would be
voted "Most likely to get brain-washed" at
any high school prom.
(b. dreamer section)
In addition to the info, there are some sound and picture files ready for
plus some fun stuff like a comical list of what 'love is' to Mamoru
(Love is... section)
Overall this shrine has good info, with a nice layout, and simple, yet effective
This is a nice shrine. It has lots to see and do, more than your usual
stats and powers and family members; a lot of creative ideas about with
equally cool names. No wonder it's call the "Mamoru Guide," it's
the most top-knotch shrine I've ever seen to him.
This is a really cute web page, especially since I hate Mamoru. She admits his negative side, coupled with his positive side. I really liked that. It was very informative and interesting. I didn't even know that you could fill so of a site with Mamoru stuff without babbling endlessly about how cute he is. Well done.
Creator: Ellen Bekkering
General Info: An excellent collection of pages including a Combo Page,
Sailor Aluminum Siren and CereCere (OK I know what your thinking ^_-),
an animated gif gallery and throw in a dash of PQ Angels. So get into da groove!
Nominated By: YuukiSenshi
Whoa... this is going to take a while to go through, ton's of stuff here.
I remember the Siren Shrine from a while back and kept thinking it would be a good
one to use in a review, lots of info, easy on the eyes. Hmmm didn't know
Siren had an everyday name... (Aya Reiko). As for the CereCere Shrine, well
I wish she would hurry up and finish it! What's there so far is nice, but
The Spunky SM Page (the combo page) is the oldest part of Moon Groove and
in a few places I think it shows, as the layouts are not as good as the other
parts of the site.
However, they are not bad layouts, so it's nothing to really
turn you away from the site.
The profiles section is based on an excellent idea.
They each have two sections,
one featuring the traits of the "everyday" character
on top and a second section for
their ablities as a senshi on the bottom.
Thrown in is a manga section, a short basic Japanese guide and some fun stuff
to round out a very good combo site.
I loved her "10 Ways to Spot Pages that are Annoying" article...
Yes, Electra, the Amazoness Quartet does give out awards, and while the
"Worst of the Month" is not an honour, I hope you think the "Best of the Month" is.
This is a good all around page. The profiles have a unique layout, and they
aren't the stats pages, a bit more into the actual personalities of each of
the senshi and some of the things that they do. There are some shrines
under construction that look promising, a bit on the manga, and some rants
and things of that nature.
This is a nice page, I didn't know that anyone liked Sailor Aluminum Siren that much, go figure.
I like the layout, I really liked how there was a floating Mercury...that's so cute.