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Contents in alphabetical order:

ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka (Territory Inspection Dept.)

Ajin: Demi-Human

All Out!!

D.N.Angel

Drifters

ēlDLIVE

Gankutsuou (The Count of Monte Cristo)

Hikaru no Go

Kaiji Seasons 1 and 2

Kuragehime (Jellyfish Princess)

Kuzu no Honkai (Scum’s Wish)

Medaka Box

Onihei

Rose of Versailles

Shokugeki no Souma (Food Wars)

Souten no Ken (Fist of the Blue Sky)

Subete ga F ni Naru (The Perfect Insider)

Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari (Poco’s Udon World)

Weiss Kreuz (Knight Hunters)

 

Contents by category:

Category A 

Kuragehime (Jellyfish Princess)

Rose of Versailles

Category B

Subete ga F ni naru (The Perfect Insider)

Category C 

ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka (Territory Inspection Dept.)

Ajin: Demi-Human

D.N.Angel

ēlDLIVE

Gankutsuou (The Count of Monte Cristo)

Hikaru no Go

Kuragehime (Jellyfish Princess)

Medaka Box

Shokugeki no Souma (Food Wars)

Category D 

All Out!!

Weiss Kreuz (Night Hunters)

Category E

Drifters

Kaiji

Onihei

Souten no Ken (Fist of the Blue Sky)

Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari (Poco’s Udon World)

Category F

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Posted in 2010s, Category C, Female Protagonists, Male Author

Shokugeki no Souma

Category C

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This anime passes criterion 1 in episode 1, criterion 2 in episode 2 and criterion 3 in episode 5. The conversations are not frequent or non-trivial though.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

While rife with female fan service that could be considered quite over the top, this show balances it out by putting males in the same situations albeit a bit less frequently. Clothes exploding everywhere. Very fun series overall, but it centres on Souma enough that the females don’t really talk to each other much, just him. Did make me want to cook more though.


More data:

Author gender: male
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 2/6
Year of airing: 2015 – 2016

Posted in 2010s, Category E, Male Author, No Female Protagonists

Souten no Ken (Fist of the Blue Sky)

Category E

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This anime passes criterion 1 in episode 1 and that’s it. None of the females ever talk.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

What else could you expect from a show bursting with muscles? I’m surprised they even named two female characters. Hilarious.


More data:

Author gender: male
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 0/1
Year of airing: 2006 – 2007

Posted in 2000s, Category C, Female Author, No Female Protagonists

Hikaru no Go

Category C

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This anime passes criterion 1 in episode 1 and criteria 2 and 3 in episode 46. The conversations are not frequent or non-trivial though.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

It’s kind of laughable when a show only passes in episode 46. Like what are you doing? Still don’t understand go though.


More data:

Author gender: female
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 0/3
Year of airing: 2001-2003

Posted in 2010s, Category E, Male Author, No Female Protagonists

Onihei

Category E

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This anime passes criterion 1 in episode 2, but that’s about it.  No females actually talk.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

Somewhat expected from a ‘manly’ show about ‘manly’ times, but still kind of disappointing. Some of the women were even a part of the action, but…


More data:

Author gender: male
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 0/1
Year of airing: 2017

Posted in 2010s, Category C, Female Author, Female Protagonists

Kuzu no Honkai (Scum’s Wish)

Category C

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This anime passes criterion 1 in episode 1, criterion 2 in episode 2 and criterion 3 in episode 4. The conversations are not frequent or non-trivial though.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

Kuzu no Honkai boasts a majority in the female protagonist department and yet they still don’t manage to talk frequently about non-trivial topics. Despite two of them being in a weird, kind of lesbian relationship… Overall fairly enjoyable though.


More data:

Author gender: female
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 3/4
Year of airing: 2017

Posted in 2010s, Category C, Female Author, Female Protagonists

ēlDLIVE

Category C

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This anime passes criterion 1 in episode 1 and criteria 2 and 3 in episode 9. The conversations are not frequent or non-trivial though.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

I suppose this show is a bit better with females than Reborn (same mangaka), but still not great. In general, the show was also not great. Oh well…


More data:

Author gender: female
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 1/2
Year of airing: 2017

Posted in 2010s, Category C, Female Author, Female Protagonists

ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka (Territory Inspection Dept.)

Category C

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This anime passes criterion 1 in episode 1 and criteria 2 and 3 in episode 6. The conversations are not frequent or non-trivial though.

  1. Are there two named female characters?
  2. Who have a conversation?
  3. Not about men?
  4. Does this happen frequently?
  5. Is the conversation non-trivial?

This show was great. I mean who doesn’t love bread? Despite having serious and important female characters though, female-female interactions just aren’t a thing. The women are all separate. Such a pity.


More data:

Author gender: female
No. of female protagonists/all protagonists: 1/3
Year of airing: 2017