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* ''Manga/{{Servamp}}'' - ZigZagged; It's commonly called shōjo due to its CastFullOfPrettyBoys, but it actually runs in a [[ShonenDemographic shonen]] magazine. The mistake can be forgiven as the intended audience for the magazine (''Comic Gene'') is female.

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* ''Manga/{{Servamp}}'' - ZigZagged; It's commonly called shōjo due to its CastFullOfPrettyBoys, but it actually runs in a [[ShonenDemographic shonen]] {{Josei}} magazine. The mistake can be forgiven as the intended audience for the magazine (''Comic Gene'') is female.

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* ''Tomatoy no Lycopene'' - Creator/{{Sanrio}}-esque art style and levity aside, it runs in ''Shonen Jump''. The magazine predicted the confusion so early that the cover of the issue it debuted in had "[[LampshadeHanging Yes, this is still]] ''[[LampshadeHanging Jump]]''." printed in large text.


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''Shōjo'' is a demographic (usually identified by the time slot or magazine a story runs in) and shows so classified can fit into any "standard" genre, up to and including martial arts and ScienceFiction. And even this is variable; popular female leads sometimes [[TestosteroneBrigade gain a male fan following]], to the degree of the infamous [[{{Seinen}} older male fanbase]]. Anything MagicalGirl is usually ''Shōjo'' by default, [Franchise/LyricalNanoha although there are exceptions]], specifically made for said older fanbase.

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''Shōjo'' is a demographic (usually identified by the time slot or magazine a story runs in) and shows so classified can fit into any "standard" genre, up to and including martial arts and ScienceFiction. And even this is variable; popular female leads sometimes [[TestosteroneBrigade gain a male fan following]], to the degree of the infamous [[{{Seinen}} older male fanbase]]. Anything MagicalGirl is usually ''Shōjo'' by default, [Franchise/LyricalNanoha [[Franchise/LyricalNanoha although there are exceptions]], specifically made for said older fanbase.


''Shōjo'' is a demographic (usually identified by the time slot or magazine a story runs in) and shows so classified can fit into any "standard" genre, up to and including martial arts and ScienceFiction. And even this is variable; popular female leads sometimes [[TestosteroneBrigade gain a male fan following]], to the degree of the infamous [[{{Seinen}} older male fanbase]]. Anything MagicalGirl is usually ''Shōjo'' by default, [FranchiseLyricalNanoha although there are exceptions]], specifically made for said older fanbase.

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''Shōjo'' is a demographic (usually identified by the time slot or magazine a story runs in) and shows so classified can fit into any "standard" genre, up to and including martial arts and ScienceFiction. And even this is variable; popular female leads sometimes [[TestosteroneBrigade gain a male fan following]], to the degree of the infamous [[{{Seinen}} older male fanbase]]. Anything MagicalGirl is usually ''Shōjo'' by default, [FranchiseLyricalNanoha [Franchise/LyricalNanoha although there are exceptions]], specifically made for said older fanbase.


''Shōjo'' is a demographic (usually identified by the time slot or magazine a story runs in) and shows so classified can fit into any "standard" genre, up to and including martial arts and ScienceFiction. And even this is variable; popular female leads sometimes [[TestosteroneBrigade gain a male fan following]], to the degree of the infamous [[{{Seinen}} older male fanbase]]. Anything MagicalGirl is usually ''Shōjo'' by default, [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha although there are exceptions]], specifically made for said older fanbase.

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''Shōjo'' is a demographic (usually identified by the time slot or magazine a story runs in) and shows so classified can fit into any "standard" genre, up to and including martial arts and ScienceFiction. And even this is variable; popular female leads sometimes [[TestosteroneBrigade gain a male fan following]], to the degree of the infamous [[{{Seinen}} older male fanbase]]. Anything MagicalGirl is usually ''Shōjo'' by default, [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha [FranchiseLyricalNanoha although there are exceptions]], specifically made for said older fanbase.

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