In commemoration of Sailor Moon's 20th anniversary, Toei Animation released Sailor Moon Crystal in 2014. A ratings success, the series has three seasons under its belt and fans are now waiting for the fourth season — Dream Arc — to drop. Nevertheless, Sailor Moon's influence reaches not only anime fans, but also artists. One of them being anime artist Drachea Rannak, whose illustrations — including Disney Princesses — are all inspired by the Sailor Scouts.
Sailor Heroin Jessie From 'Toy Story'
Sporting her cowgirl costume, Jessie gives us Sailor Moon Western edition
Sailor Princess Nala From 'The Lion King'
The Disney Princesses franchise is not only limited to humans, but also includes strong females that are both human and animal.
Sailor President Vanellope From 'Wreck-It Ralph'
Wrecking into action is Sailor President Vanellope keeping the citizens of Sugar Rush safe.
Sailor Princess Ariel From 'The Little Mermaid'
Swimming to the rescue is Sailor Princess Ariel, the guardian of the seas.
Sailor Heroine Mulan From 'Mulan'
Winner of several Annie Awards, including Best Animated Feature, the Chinese heroine can't be missed in this fan art collection.
Sailor Villain Maleficent From 'Sleeping Beauty'
After not being invited to join the Sailor Squats, the "Mistress of All Evil" Maleficent becomes the squad's main villain.
Sailor Princess Merida From 'Brave'
Breaking the mold of what a princess should be is the red-haired archer Princess Merida of DunBroch.
Sailor Queen Elsa From 'Frozen'
Being a princess is awesome, but being a queen takes it to another level. No one better to represent Queen Serenity than Queen Elsa of Arendelle.
Check out the Scouts in action in this clip from Season 3:
What Do You Think Of These Princesses Turned Sailor Scouts?
(Source: Drachea Rannak)