A Short History of Shojo Manga

Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.

 

 




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Antarctica / G & P Collectibles Room

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Saturday 13:00 - 14:00

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'The usual rules apply. Our event room's capacity will be limited to a certain amount of people, so please show up early! Once the room is deemed full by our security staff we will not allow any more people in, unless others decide to leave.

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'Whole Weekend' and 'Saturday Only' visitors.

Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.
Starry eyes and falling cherry blossoms, girls waiting for their knight in shining armour – the world of shojo manga is an elegant and romantic one. But how did these girls' comics come to be? And isn't that stereotype a little outdated? Tamara van Staalduinen, editor-in-chief of AniWay Magazine, will gladly answer those questions for you.

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