According to my dislike for most Shoujo Mangas, I've felt like giving up on them entirely. I still read several of them at times and I generally stop reading them after a few chapters, simply because the story becomes too predictable. It makes me wonder, do readers enjoy reading a new Shoujo Manga, to read for the 50th time that a girl sees the guy she sort-of-but-not-really likes with another girl and has a mental breakdown? Or read, again, how the girl's cousin/childhood friend/step-brother has actually loved her for so much longer than the guy she actually likes? Do they enjoy reading the same boring, convoluted, predictable crap over and over? Don't they get sick of it?
Apparently not, most Shoujo Manga still have the same ideas.
Which eventually gave me the idea of creating my own Shoujo Manga. Trying to give it shape and depth, I've been working on it off and on and now I'm slowly getting to the stage where it can start to go along the plans of really starting on it. What is the point of my creating my own Shoujo Manga, if I have made it so obvious that I do not like most Shoujo Manga?
Simply put, this manga would be the opposite of a Shoujo Manga. Hence I came up with the title...
Shoujo Deconstruct. Or Shoujo Destruction... Shoujo Deconstruction.
The title isn't entirely set up yet, but it should be obvious what it deals with.
The manga will have characters, 'rules' or occurences that often appear in Shoujo Manga, but will not play out the way it does in other Shoujo Manga, either spitting into the face of the 'usual routine' or quite openly make references to the way things are done and comment about them.
Seeing how things are still in the planning stage, I might still require help regarding things.
For the most part, I've got a pretty good idea on how the heroine will look and act like. Several characters are planned, but still do not have proper appearances or even names. I might ask for help from you guys then.