An article giving excellent examples of female authors who have written successful shojo manga.
If you didn’t know already, shonen is a hugely popular category of Japanese comics and anime. Ask someone who knows even a little about manga or anime and she will most likely recognize shonen mega hits like Bleach, Naruto, One Piece, and Dragon Ball. The aimed demographic of this monster of a category are boys (shonen is a Japanese word that translates basically to “boy”) and many of these mega shonen hits are created by men. But did you know that there are actually a good number of shonen series created completely by women, many of which are quite popular in their own right? Here’s are some of the shonen manga I’ve read that are created by women:
To Terra… (地球へ。。。)by Keiko Takemiya
To Terra… takes us back to the late 70’s and all its retro manga glory. Keiko Takemiya is one of several female…
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