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Shōjo Comic

Post  msistarted on Tue Nov 30, 2010 6:24 pm

Shōjo Comic (少女コミック?, commonly abbreviated to 少コミ Shōkomi, Sho-Comi or Shōcomi) is a shōjo manga magazine published twice monthly in Japan by Shogakukan since 1968. It was originally published weekly and it continued to be published weekly until the 1980s. Many influential shōjo manga ran in Shōjo Comic during the 70s. Moto Hagio's works and Keiko Takemiya's works in particular were very groundbreaking.[citation needed]
The manga it features is marketed to appeal to girls from late middle school through high school. Originally the manga in Shōjo Comic were very tame, and rarely featured anything that could be considered sexual in content, not even kissing scenes. Over time, with successful stories such as Mayu Shinjo's series Kaikan Phrase (Sensual Phrase), which was heavy in sexual content, Shōjo Comic is now seen as having more sexual content than its competitors Margaret and Hana to Yume.
The manga series from this magazine are later compiled and published in book form (tankōbon) under the Flower Comics imprint.
Contents [hide]
1 Mangaka and series featured in Shōjo Comic
2 Related magazines
3 Reception
4 References
5 External links


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