* BrokenBase: Some fans believed that CLAMP lost the ball after the MindScrew events in ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' and the NoEnding in ''Manga/{{xxxHolic}}''. It doesn't help when ''Anime/BloodC'', which CLAMP's responsible for the story and character design, gave a more diverse fan response ranging from those who think CLAMP overdone it to those who like it.
* DeaderThanDisco: They're a popular mangaka group who are still well known for their [[Manga/MagicKnightRayearth iconic]] [[CardCaptorSakura shojo]] [[TokyoBabylon series]] as well as their [[Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle massive]] crossover series. However, over time their popularity began to decrease starting with the poor endings of ''Manga/XXXholic'' and ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'' and snowballed to the point that the mangaka's popularity are now just a shell of their former self completely eclipsed by the [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Shonen]] [[Manga/{{Bleach}} Jump]] [[Manga/OnePiece demographics]].
* HoYay[=/=]LesYay: has its [[HoYay/{{CLAMP}} own page]].
** As an example, Yűko (of {{xxxHolic}}) simply cannot keep her hands off her female clients or her assistant's female friends. She's partial to tilting their faces up while she leans down, making for an 'almost-kissing' pose at least once with each woman Yűko sympathizes with.
* MemeticMutation ([[JustAsPlanned Just as CLAMPed.]])
** Any HoYay in any of their works is explained by two words: [[WeirdnessCoupon "It's CLAMP."]] Especially on this site. Goes for EyeScream, as well.
*** Or {{Bishounen}}, or any, erm, ''interesting'' relationships, or... just about anything on this page, really, and much else besides.
** 'At least you're [[TheWoobie not]] [[BreakTheCutie Subaru]].'
* {{Moe}}: Many of their female (and sometimes male) characters are just too cute for words. There's even a convincing argument to be made for the idea that [[CardCaptorSakura Sakura Kinomoto]] is ''directly'' responsible for kicking off the modern moe "phenomenon".
* TrueArtIsAngsty
* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible
* ValuesDissonance: CLAMP features a... ''wide variety'' of relationships, to say the least.