Manga Giveaway: Shoujo Science Fiction Winner

And the winner of the Shoujo Science Fiction manga giveaway is…Helen!

As the winner, Helen (who also runs the great reviews blog Narrative Investigations) will be receiving a new copy of the first volume of Saki Hiwatari’s shoujo science fiction epic Please Save My Earth. I love science fiction and have a particular fondness for shoujo science fiction, especially “old-school” manga. For this giveaway, I asked entrants to tell me about their favorite shoujo science fiction manga. For all of the responses, please check out the Shoujo Science Fiction giveaway comments. And as is often the case, here’s a list of manga!

Shoujo licensed in English with science fiction elements:
A, A’ by Moto Hagio
A.I. Revolution by Yuu Asami
Absolute Boyfriend by Yuu Watase
Aqua by Kozue Amano
Be with You written by Takuji Ichikawa, illustrated by Sai Kawashima
Ceres: Celestial Legend by Yuu Watase
Chicago by Yumi Tamura
Clover by CLAMP
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion written by Ichirō Ōkouchi, illustrated by Majiko
Corrector Yui by Keiko Okamoto
Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star by Cain Kuga
Darkside Blues written by Hideyuki Kikuchi, illustrated by Yuuho Ashibe
Demon Sacred by Natsumi Itsuki
A Drunken Dream and Other Stories by Moto Hagio
Earthian by Yun Kouga
The Empty Empire by Naoe Kita
Four Shōjo Stories by Keiko Nishi, Moto Hagio, and Shio Sato
Guru Guru Pon-chan by Satomi Ikezawa
Hands Off! by Kasane Katsumoto
Himeyuka & Rozione’s Story by Sumomo Yumeka
Heroes Are Extinct!! by Ryoji Hido
Immortal Rain by Kaori Ozaki
Jyu-Oh-Sei by Natsumi Itsuki
Kamui by Shingo Nanami
Karakuri Odette by Julietta Suzuki
Library Wars: Love & War by Kiiro Yumi
Mikansei No. 1 by Majiko
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days by Fumino Hayashi
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Campus Apocalypse by Mingming
Please Save My Earth by Saki Hiwatari
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon by Naoko Takeuchi
Replica by Kemuri Karakara
They Were Eleven by Moto Hagio
Tokyo Mew Mew written by Reiko Yoshida, illustrated by Mia Ikumi
Tower of the Future by Saki Hiwatari
Trinity Blood by Kiyo Kyujyo
Twilight of the Dark Master by Saki Okuse
Vassalord by Nanae Chrono

I was saddened and a little surprised to see how many of these are now out of print, but there’s still plenty of manga here that’s worth tracking down even if it’s difficult to find. Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway; I hope to see you again for the next one!

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