The Types Of Manga You Can Find Online

Now that manga has different themes and categories for different ages. By making these different types, manga online made it easy for you to know what kind of manga will suit you.

Kodomo/Kodomomuke
Kodomo means “children” and muke means focus to, so Kodomomuke aims for children. It is usually with simple and cute artistic fantasy that delivers moral lessons and other good ethics. It also has a plain simple language that could catch up easily by the young audience.

Shoujo/Shojo
Shojo in Japan means”girl”. Its audience is mostly young girls. Frequently focuses on romance, interpersonal relation, and emotional fantasy. Shojo always has a female main character that is clumsy and surrounded by one or more, good looking young men. Trendy shojo comics are Sailor moon, Cardcaptor Sakura, Fruits Basket, Orange, Ouran High School Host Club, NANA, Fushigi Yuugi, Revolutionary Girl Utena, etc.

Shounen/Shonen
Young Boys between 8-18 years old are usually the readers of shonen manga online. It focuses on a male hero, action, fighting and adventure lead by a young male. Some popular shonen manga comics are One piece, Bleach, Dragon Ball, Attack on Titan, Watamote, Naruto, Full Metal Alchemist and Death Note.

Josei
It simply means “woman”. Mostly the story runs in heartbreak, romance and the situation of a woman in these present days. The character must be a charming chic girl than shoujo. An example of a popular Josei comics are Paradise Kiss, Honey and Clover, Loveless, Makai Ouiji: Devils and Realist and 07-Ghost.

Seinen
Usually, their audiences are adolescent boys or men ages 18-40. This is the mature version of Shonen where there’s some topic of it is mixed with pornography but not always. Planetes, Ghost in the Shell, Berzerk, Gantz, Musishi and Hellsing are examples of seinen.

Knowing these types, you can now enjoy reading without the hassle of finding the right manga for you.