This list shows several of the different sources that say either "Death Reborn Revolution" or "Death Ribbon Revolution." These are the sources that I have found so far, but I'm sure there are others out there. I'm always looking for different sources. I'll accept images that show either version of the name.

Ribo~n = Reborn

- Naoko Takeuchi wrote the katakana characters that approximate the English words Death Reborn Revolution in volume ten of the Japanese BSSM manga. Compare the "reborn" with the "ribbon" in Cyprine's Ribbon Buster . The five kanji that are written next to the katakana for "Death Reborn Revolution" are . They represent the Japanese words shi sekai henkaku, and they mean "death world change" or "death world revolution." Since Sailor Saturn attacks with ribbons, and the word "reborn" () is similar to the word "ribbon" (), the name is probably a pun. Even so, the second English word in the name of the maneuver is "reborn" (), not "ribbon" (). It has been said elsewhere that the katakana characters in that name can be read as both "Death Reborn Revolution" and "Death Ribbon Revolution." However, pun or no pun, that claim is inaccurate because the words "reborn" and "ribbon" aren't spelled the same way in Japanese.

- Death Ribbon Revolution from the Japanese Sailor Moon Another Story Perfect Guide book.

- Death Reborn Revolution from the actual Another Story game.

- Death Reborn Revolution appears in another part of the Another Story game.

- Death Reborn Revolution appears in the English-language fan translation of the Another Story game.

- Death Ribbon Revolution from the Sailor Moon SuperS game for the Super Famicom.

- Death Reborn Revolution from the manual for the Sailor Moon SuperS game for the Playstation.

- Death Ribbon Revolution from the Sailor Moon SuperS game for the Playstation. Notice that there is no "dot" between "death" and "ribbon.")

- Death Ribbon Revolution from the manual for the Sailor Moon SuperS game for the Super Famicom.

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