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'''''Sergei Asimov''''' was an [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]]-only character who appeared in [[Invasion From an Alternate Dimension! The Mystery of Mugen Academy|episode 120]]. He was a Russian scientist who gave a lecture at [[Mugen Academy]] on his theory of alternate dimensions.  
 
'''''Sergei Asimov''''' was an [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]]-only character who appeared in [[Invasion From an Alternate Dimension! The Mystery of Mugen Academy|episode 120]]. He was a Russian scientist who gave a lecture at [[Mugen Academy]] on his theory of alternate dimensions.  

Latest revision as of 04:35, 19 April 2021

Character Information
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Name: Sergei Asimov
Name (kanji/kana): セルゲイ・アジモフ
Alignment: Civilian
Species: Human
Gender: Male
Lives: Russia
Occupation: Scientist
Family: Unknown
Associates: None
Aliases: None
First Anime Appearance: Invasion From an Alternate Dimension! The Mystery of Mugen Academy
First Manga Appearance: N/A
First PGSM Appearance: N/A
English Name: Sergei Ajimov
Actors: Takaya Hashi (anime), David Fraser (dub)

Sergei Asimov was an anime-only character who appeared in episode 120. He was a Russian scientist who gave a lecture at Mugen Academy on his theory of alternate dimensions.

His lecture was interrupted by Mimete, and she used U-Pasokon in an attempt to retrieve his Pure Heart Crystal. The Sailor Senshi arrived to stop them, however, and destroyed the Daimon.

Trivia[edit]

  • Dr. Sergei Asimov's name is a reference to science fiction author Isaac Asimov.