Are you the number one Sailor Moon fan? The insanely popular franchise has scores of fans dotted around the globe, and it looks like the official Sailor Moon club based in Japan is ready to accept their adoration with open arms.The awkwardly named club is called Pretty Guardians2016-2017. Yes, that is exactly how they spelled and spaced the name, so that’s not some weird typo. What happens after 2017? Do you have to reapply for another club called All New Pretty Guardians 2018-2019? But seriously, we are excited.Despite the weird name, Moonies should get hype, because the club will open their registration to certain overseas countries from September 23 to October 22, 2016. Members of the club will receive special news and updates about the Sailor Moon franchise and community both online and in print.For a fee of $58 USD, international members will receive a cute membership card, “Make-Up Lip Gloss”, access to exclusive content via the Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon app (Yay, more games for me to waste my life on!), and ability to purchase exclusive items made just for fans.Although more official details of what overseas members will receive are still being released, by taking a look at what Japanese Pretty Guardian2016-2017 members get to enjoy, we are pretty excited at the prospect of getting a whole lot more. Japanese members also a subscription to the bi-monthly radio show hosted by Sailor Moon’s Japanese voice actress, Kotono Mitsuishi, a chance to enter the random drawings to purchase tickets for the Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Amour Eternal, the Sailor Moon musical being performed in Japan, and access to a secret Premium Bandai site made exclusively for them, which means first dibs at some awesome Sailor Moon merchandise.Awesome art that Japanese members get for signing up. Us too, please!Another art piece that Japanese members receive. Here’s hoping intenational fans get the same sweet swag!We pray and hope to the magical girl gods above that us overseas fans will get a chance at all of the same perks of the Japanese club members, and wait with bated breath for official details to be released this week.The areas where the club has announced they will expand to are Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam.Overseas registration begins this Friday September 23rd here, so set your moon alarms!