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Why is seinen not a big thing anymore? What was the last seinen series to be released?
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Ah yes KLK.
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Whatever eroge adaptation you can think of, they're seinen by default.
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>I still thing seinen is a genre

Delete this thread and go fuck yourself.
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>>101926699
>bumping a thread just to express your spergtastic rage
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Do you even Billy Bat? When Urasawa die, Seinen will die.
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>>101926699
>thinking seinen isn't a genre
Then what do you call Monster? Unless you just don't believe in manga categories at all.
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>>101927429
>Then what do you call Monster?
Overrated shit.
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>>101927429
Seinen refers to the targeted demographic, not the fucking genre.
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>>101927429
Seinen merely denotes the target demographic of a work. While certainly indicative of themes and cliches to some degree, it is still a strictly formalistic category.

You could have googled it yourself too, here is the link so you can start memorizing it:
https://www.google.com
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>>101927429
Its mystery/detective faggot
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>>101927429
Seinen's the demographic, and it's fairly broad, D-Frag! is considered Seinen, and it's being released right now, Non Non Biyori was also Seinen.
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>>101927840
Not him, but it shouldnt be called that. Far too shitty.
>Muh nazis
>Its fucking nothing
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