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->''genre'' /'ʒɒnrə/
-->A genre is a particular type of literature, painting, music, film, or other art form which people consider as a class because it has special characteristics. (Though, of course, genres are not necessarily mutually exclusive, and many series do straddle multiple genres). The items on this list attempt to define these characteristics.

See also GenreTropes.
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!Universal Genres:
[[index]]
* {{Action|Genre}}
* {{Comedy}}
* {{Drama}}
* {{Horror}}
* [[MysteryFiction Mystery]]
* {{Romance}}
* {{Thriller}}

! '''{{Sub Genre}}: (multiple media)'''
* BadGirlComic
* ChristianFiction
* CookingStories
* DinosaurMedia
* [[TheEpic Epic Story]]
* FairyTales
* {{Fantasy}}
* [[FilmNoir (Film) Noir]]
* GeniusThriller
* HeroicPetStory
* HistoricalDetectiveFiction
* HistoricalFiction
* JungleOpera
* {{Military and Warfare| Superindex}}
* MilitaryScienceFiction
* MonsSeries
* MusicStories
* NonFiction
* ProfessionalWrestling
* PsychologicalThriller
* RealisticFiction
* ReligiousEdutainment
* SatireParodyPastiche
* SchoolClubStories
* {{Science Fiction}}
* SeaStories
* SexComedy
* SpaceOpera
* SpeculativeFiction
* SportsStories
* {{Superhero}}
* TrueCrime
* {{Wuxia}}

!Genres By Medium:
* AnimationGenres
* AnimeGenres
* DeadHorseGenre
* DemoScene
* FilmGenres
* LiteratureGenres
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly
* ShowGenres
* VideogameGenres

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