Because of the popularity of shōjo manga in Japan, manga originally serialized in Japanese magazines have been re-serialized in magazines around the world. These magazines are very similar to their Japanese counterparts, and some even feature sections on the pop culture of Japan.
- Main article: Shōjo
Manga magazines outside of Japan is a relatively new thing, and only started sometime in 1990's. So far only three magazines were published in North America with a notable shōjo emphasis, Smile (Tokyopop), Shojo Beat, and Animerica Extra (Both Viz Media). However, both are no longer published.
|Magazine name||Language||Country||First issue||Last issue||Demographic||Frequency||Publisher|
|Animerica Extra||English||North America||1998||2004||Shōjo||Monthly||Viz Media|
(Indonesian version of Hana to Yume and LaLa)
|Nakayoshi: Gress!||Indonesia||Shōjo||Elex Media Komputindo|
|Shojo Beat||English||North America||2005-07||2009-07||Shōjo||Monthly||Viz Media|