A manga discussion podcast focusing on shojo (and josei!) series that make your heart go doki-doki. Covering classics like CLAMP’s “Cardcaptor Sakura” and Yuu Watase’s “Fushigi Yuugi” to newer favorites like Kazune Kawahara’s “My Love Story!!” and Hiro Fujiwara’s “Maid Sama!” Shojo & Tell host Ashley McDonnell discusses one series per episode with a rotating shojo superfan. We're recreating all those impassioned rants you'd have with your friends about your favorite series, just in podcast form. Shojo [or shoujo] manga: Japanese comics made for young women. A breath of fresh air after reading over 100 volumes of “One Piece.” The underappreciated sibling of all those same-y never-ending shonen titles.
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This is my favorite podcast :) What I enjoy the most is that someone - either the guest or Ashley herself - really enjoys the manga, so they can still have a passionate discussion about it (I find podcasts where they're simply trashing the thing the entire time very unenjoyable). I also like that there is only a short summary before the real meat of the discussion comes up. I love every episode of this and listen as soon as it drops and have been for the past three years! Really got me through t... more
Ashley and Asher covers a lot of classical manga and media in time where shonen gets the cake and eat it, too. more
I haven’t read many shojo manga but really like learning more about it from the hosts and their guests. It feels like sitting in on a fun conversation between friends!
I hope that those reading this review try to respectfully understand my opinions, know that they are just that: opinions. I believe in opening civil discussion spaces and having several viewpoints to things. more
Energetic and engaging, I love the great energy of the host and the great vibe coming from the guests
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Shojo & Tell: A Manga Podcast launched 6 years ago and published 114 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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