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19th Apr '18 3:05:02 PM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/AGirlOnTheShore'' - though this work has also been classified as a josei due to its mature content



* ''Manga/UmibeNoOnnanoko'' - though this work has also been classified as a josei due to its mature content
14th Apr '18 10:57:53 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* ''Manga/{{Tomie}}''
11th Apr '18 6:22:49 PM starjewel
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* ''Manga/OjisamaToNeko''
11th Apr '18 6:01:50 AM Bisected8
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* ''Manga/{{Claudine}}...!'' - By Creator/RiyokoIkeda, dealing with the very sensitive topic of {{transsexual}}ity.

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* ''Manga/{{Claudine}}...!'' - By Creator/RiyokoIkeda, dealing with the very sensitive topic of {{transsexual}}ity.{{Transgender}} issues.
9th Apr '18 2:14:17 PM SMG4fan
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* ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'', though it is also a Main/Kodomomuke to some extent

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* ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'', though it is also a Main/Kodomomuke {{kodomomuke}} to some extent
9th Apr '18 2:13:25 PM SMG4fan
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* ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'', though it is also a Main/Kodomomuke to some extent
6th Apr '18 1:02:38 PM nanakiro
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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]]. Thanks to the PeripheryDemographic of girls reading ''shonen'' manga, however, the bolder lines and smaller eyes common to work of that demographic can find their way back into ''Shōjo'' to draw a wider appeal.

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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]]. Thanks to the PeripheryDemographic of girls reading ''shonen'' manga, however, the bolder lines and smaller eyes common to work works of that demographic can find their way back into ''Shōjo'' to draw a wider appeal.
6th Apr '18 1:01:53 PM nanakiro
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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]]. Thanks to the PeripheryDemographic of girls reading shonen manga, however, the bolder lines and smaller eyes can find their way back into ''Shōjo'' to draw a wider appeal.

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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]]. Thanks to the PeripheryDemographic of girls reading shonen ''shonen'' manga, however, the bolder lines and smaller eyes common to work of that demographic can find their way back into ''Shōjo'' to draw a wider appeal.


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** ''Anime/AikatsuFriends''
6th Apr '18 1:00:24 PM nanakiro
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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]]. Thanks to the PeripheryDemographic of girls reading shonen manga, however, the bolder lines and smaller eyes can find their way back into Shoujo to draw a wider appeal.

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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]]. Thanks to the PeripheryDemographic of girls reading shonen manga, however, the bolder lines and smaller eyes can find their way back into Shoujo ''Shōjo'' to draw a wider appeal.
6th Apr '18 12:59:45 PM nanakiro
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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]].

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Aesthetically, ''Shōjo'' is typically drawn with lighter outlines than ''{{shonen}}'' {{manga}}, and with sparser backgrounds and little (if any) shading -- but, [[Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass contrariwise]], it frequently uses screentone patterns to set the emotional tone of a scene, and frames are rarely solely rectangular and borders are often absent. Character designs with eyes that are even larger than those usually used in {{manga}} and {{anime}} (the infamous dinner plate size) are also usually a giveaway that the work in question is ''Shōjo'' -- [[AnimationAnatomyAging especially when the characters are not children]].
children]]. Thanks to the PeripheryDemographic of girls reading shonen manga, however, the bolder lines and smaller eyes can find their way back into Shoujo to draw a wider appeal.
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