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1.995 out of 5 from 723 votes
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Enthusiastic editor-in-chief Hana, serious Aki and their friends love manga so much that they've decided to start up a brand new manga magazine! Together, the new editors must find mangaka to work with, schedule photo shoots and perfect their typesetting, amongst other things. Little did the girls know that running a manga magazine would be more difficult than they imagined, but with teamwork and a lot of perseverance, they'll definitely succeed!

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Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Mangirl! Asobu Henshuu Girl DVD Special 2013 TBD
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Kagari TAMAOKA Original Manga Creator

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Mangirl! CrazyBeverly96 9/10 Mar 1, 2014
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Queue to watch... AngelBeatsYui 25 Apr 22, 2014
anime order every 10th round YamiRin 1186 Jan 20, 2014
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kimaguresan dropped Mangirl! at 3 of 13 episodes
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Another comedy with super-short episodes about a group of working women. Mangirl! focuses more on their work, and Turning Girls on the personality quirks of the women themselves (and is far more strange and less spastic), but they gave me a similar vibe.