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Venus Love and Beauty Shock
Vinasu Rabu ando Byuuti Shokku
Super Sailor Venus
Love Whip (manga)
Rolling Heart Vibration
Act 44 - Dream 6, New Guardians Dream
In the manga, Sailor Venus used her Love Whip to send a blast of light energy towards her target. When she was being manipulated by Galaxia she used an evil version of her attack called Venus Love and Galactica Shock.
In the anime, the attack first appeared in episode 154 where it was used against the Amazoness Quartet. In the anime, Venus put out her hand and shouted "Venus!", causing the symbol of Venus to appear and unleash a flurry of yellow sparkles. The sparkles appeared to gloss onto her lips and give her orange lipstick. She then kissed the palm of her hand, forming a yellow heart. Shouting "Love and Beauty Shock!", she threw it and it circled around her, multiplying into several hearts, then back into one glowing heart that was to hit the enemy in an explosion of yellow light.
This attack first appeared in the musical Sailor Moon SuperS - Yume Senshi - Ai - Eien ni..., where it was used against a Lemures. Like her manga counterpart, she used an evil version called Venus Love and Galactica Shock when she was being manipulated by Galaxia in Le Mouvement Final.
Venus Love and Beauty Shock appeared in several video games, such as Sailor Moon SuperS: Fuwa Fuwa Panic, Sailor Moon Sailor Stars: Fuwa Fuwa Panic 2, and Sailor Moon SuperS: Zenin Sanka!! Shuyaku Soudatsusen.
- The anime version of this attack is very similar to Sailor Venus' attack in the manga and second anime series, Rolling Heart Vibration.
- The wreath of roses that appears at the beginning of the attack in both the first anime and manga is a symbol of the Greek goddess, Aphrodite, or the Roman goddess, Venus.