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  • n. Alternative spelling of shojo.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of shojo.


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  • I know this is the type of story that I would enjoy but also, I want to be able to read it because of its deep roots in shoujo manga.

    License Request Day: The Rose of Versailles

  • I mean come on her work are the equivalent in shoujo to Tezuka – isn’t this why Viz has their Editor’s Choice line – to highlight these works that are important even if they migth not sell as well?

    Paging Angie Dickinson!

  • Even though it is defined as shoujo anime, with its suspenseful action and comedic flashes, Ceres also has aspects that will appeal to male viewers.

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  • Perhaps the so-called shoujo trappings finally came through to you, Jeff?

    Hop Step Jump!

  • Anyway, obviously, this anime and manga have been set as "shoujo" stories - which is a shame but I guess boys just don't like that kind of thing, eh? eh?

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  • The first version from Del Rey is subtitled the shoujo manga version, meaning it’s written for young teenage girls.

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  • Margaret (ザ マーガレット) "shoujo" is not correct, I know.


  • I've outgrown this stuff, and it's not really the timeless kind of shoujo classic = / Even the hamster won't save this show for me D:

    Anime Nano!

  • The magical girl will also usually have to contend with the "shoujo" portion of Mahou Shoujo, namely the romantic entanglements. Antenna

  • The complainant cannot conceal their surprise over there being explicit titles targeted at the "shoujo" market (just what kind of market this is you can see here), and regards as positively scandalous the fact that the library carries so many titles featuring prominent illustrations of men kissing and embracing on their covers. Antenna


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