Shoujo Wonderland-少女アニメと漫画大好き

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<span style="color:#FF00FF">少女アニメと漫画大好き-Shoujo Anime to Manga Daisuki Shoujo manga and anime is generally intended for female audiences from ages 10-18, but females of all ages (and some males) can read, watch and enjoy it. Shoujo titles usually contains female protagonists, and romantic themes, but it can also have various themes like sci-fi, fantasy, supernatural and along others as well. Unfortunately, a lot of titles, like the Seinen Ah! My Goddess and Chobits and the Shounen Love Hina, are mistakenly labeled as Shoujo manga/anime because of the similarities of the storylines associated with the demographic. However, while Shoujo has idealistic romantic stories, Seinen and Josei focuses on a more realistic approach in romance/life. This is for all the fans of Shoujo anime and manga, from classics like Ribon no Kishi, Rose of Versailles, Candy Candy and Sailor Moon to modern-day favorites like Fruits Basket, Full Moon, Ouran High School Host Club, Lovely Complex, Vampire Knight and Skip Beat and much, much more. We got over <span style="text-decoration:line-through;">150<!--strike--></span> 300 (!) titles in the manga relations list alone. <strong>Some awesome links!<!--color--></span></strong> <!--link--><a href="http://shoujo-manga.com">Emily's Random Shoujo Manga Blog</a> <!--link--><a href="http://www.matt-thorn.com/shoujo_manga/japan_quarterly/index.php">Matt Thorn's guide to Shoujo manga</a>/<!--link--><a href="http://www.matt-thorn.com/shoujo_manga/colloque/index.php">New Article!</a> <!--link--><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sh%C5%8Djo_manga">Wikipedia's article on Shoujo</a> <strong>This club has reached over 1300 members!!! Thank you for everyone who joined this club!</strong>


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The Evolution of Shoujo Manga
ChibiStarChan - Apr 28
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May 11, 5:28 PM
Hello! I'm new here! What should I see?
fermuch - Apr 4, 2013
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Mar 18, 2020 1:35 PM
What are your favorite shoujo manga magazines?
Slybutterfly - Dec 25, 2017
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Mar 18, 2020 1:32 PM
Good Morning Kiss
gabbyluvscookie - Jul 20, 2019
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Jul 20, 2019 10:49 PM
Do people hate shoujo?
Slybutterfly - Dec 20, 2017
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Aug 29, 2018 7:00 PM


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haydenluvsanime | Sep 18, 8:01 AM
i love shoujo!!

RICEA42991 | Jul 6, 1:54 AM
Hello Lucy welcome to you too.

Lucy0765 | Jul 4, 6:59 PM
I have aonly seen some but their some of my fav and hello I am new here!!

RICEA42991 | Jun 26, 3:16 PM
Glad to hear you're giving a shoujo a chance after all this time :) Thanks for joining and sharing.

ohohohohohoho | Jun 26, 1:07 PM
Yo! I've only seen a few shoujo, but the one I've watched are among my favorite anime! I'm looking forward to getting into more ^_^

RICEA42991 | Apr 22, 9:29 AM
Oh I wasn't criticizing Fushigi Yugi, I enjoyed that series alot...until it got to the final few episodes, but the reason I brought up the differences of heroines is because incase mengweli was looking for a series with a character with a similar personality to Yona, which Miaka isn't. Fushigi Yuugi is similar to the story of Yona, but different in great ways too. I agree :)

Ha Miaka being typical for the decade, I agree with you on that too, but there was some different heroines in that decade too, just hard to find. Basara is a good example, but sadly the anime for it was so short compared to the manga. :( It makes sense that hardly any country outside Japan were interested in dubbing it.

Mameido_Bishou | Apr 22, 6:02 AM
@RICEA42991 thank you! Yeah, I'd say they're similar anime but the difference in decades shows. Miaka was the typical shoujo heroine of those times - clumsy, likes to eat, mostly meat, has a big heart and learns to be brave to protect the ones she loves; while Yona has a totally different and much more extreme experience... transforms into a new person which turns out to be a great brave fighter in order to protect the ones she loves. I'd say they're both amazing anime in different ways :)

RICEA42991 | Apr 21, 2:36 PM
Good suggestion Mameido, but isn't Miaka is kind of different in personality to Yona in my opinion. Yona is alot tougher for obvious reasons. The poor princess has been through alot.

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Category: Manga
Created: Sep 8, 2007


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