Why Are There So Many Shojo Manga Disguised as Shonen Manga?

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What’s always made anime unique is that there are sub-set categories that appeal to pretty much any kind of genre. A lot of the most popular titles today tend to fall under the shonen label, so much so that some new anime fans tend to assume all anime should be categorized as shonen. Because of this, there tends to be a much higher number of shonen anime produced compared to shojo anime.


This has led to the production of a number of shonen titles that look and feel more like shojo…

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