When I first found this article was so excited. 😀 I Don’t know a single 90’s kid that wasn’t influence by some sort of anime in some way or another and if you weren’t then what’s wrong with you. But as a nerd I’m super, extra, excited to see an exhibit like this but the historian and museum student in me is iffy about the significance of an exhibit like this. Granted it’s a great way to boast visitor numbers and get people interested in museums but at what cost? Museums are suppose to be places of higher learning available to the public. As much as I find this interesting this is just another example of museums becoming catering more to tourism and the public rather than education. But I’d like to think that maybe something good can come out of an exhibit like this and hopefully visitors can gain something meaningful besides a pretty Sailor Moon souvenir. Who knows maybe one day someone will make a superhero museum.