When you’re a die-hard fan of a TV show, your love of the program doesn’t end with watching it religiously. Most fans find creative ways to become involved with their favourite shows beyond binge-watching, rewatching, and then binge-watching again a few months (weeks?) later.
Fans want more than to watch such beloved shows, we want to become a part of them. How else do you explain the mind-numbing amount of products inspired from these shows flooding the market?
The fans get Sailor Moon inspired smartphone case, studded with Swarovski crystals. And it obviously comes with a hefty price tag – costs over $900.
The smartphone case is compatible with the iPhoneX and XS. It was initially sold at the “Maison de SAILOR MOON ~Bienvenue a la chambre de la lune~” collab event with the Isetan Shinjuku department store in March.
But in anticipation of Usagi’s birthday on June 30, the sparkling case is being sold on the Premium Bandai store for a limited time. The product will be shipped only in October this year.
More about Sailor Moon
Sailor Moon, popularly known in Japan as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon is a Japanese anime television series. And Usagi is one of the most important and popular female superheroes of all time.
It caused quite a stir when its first season was announced back in 2014. Over 23 years since Sailor stars first started airing in Japan and nearly 19 years later the final episode of Sailor Moon SuperS was dubbed in English.
Sailor Moon is one of the most popular, long standing anime series to date. Following the adventures of Usagi Tsukino or Serena for English fans, the young girl discovers hidden abilities in combating extraterrestrial threats.
Coming back to the shiny smartphone case
The glittering smartphone case is themed on Princess Serenity, and give the fans a way to live and breathe the show that they love.
A whole range of fashion accessories are also being sold on the Premium Bandai store. That includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and other trinkets. More details can be found on Bandai Fashion’s collaboration page.