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Legendary Gambler Tetsuya    Completed
Level E    Completed
Log Horizon    Completed
Log Horizon 2    Completed
Long Riders! Completed
Lost Universe    Completed
Lost Universe (Dub) Completed
Love Hina Completed
Love Hina (Dub) Completed
Love Hina Again Completed
Love Hina Again (Dub) Completed
Lupin III (2015)    Completed
Lupin III (2015) Specials    Completed
Lupin III Episode 0: The First Contact    Completed
Lupin III Series 2    Completed
Lupin III Series 3 Completed
Lupin III vs. Detective Conan    Completed
Lupin III vs. Detective Conan: The Movie - MOVIE Completed
Lupin III: Blood Seal Eternal Mermaid Completed
Lupin III: Bye Bye Liberty Crisis (Dub) Completed
Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus    Completed
Lupin III: Honoo no Kioku - Tokyo Crisis Completed
Lupin III: Honoo no Kioku - Tokyo Crisis (Dub) Completed
Lupin III: Kutabare! Nostradamus (Dub) Completed
Lupin III: Master File (2012) Completed
Lupin III: Part IV (Dub)    Completed
Lupin III: Princess of the Breeze Kakusareta Kuuchuu Toshi Completed
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro    Completed
Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (Dub)    Completed
Lupin III: Touhou Kenbunroku - Another Page (2012) Completed
Lupin III: Twilight Gemini no Himitsu    Completed
Lupin III: Twilight Gemini no Himitsu (Dub)    Completed
Lupin III: Walther P-38 (Dub) Completed
Shounen genre
 
In the context of manga and associated media, the word shounen refers to a male audience roughly between the ages of 10 and 18. In Japanese, the word means simply 'young male', and has no anime/manga-related connotations at all. It does not comprise a style or a genre per se, but rather indicates the publisher`s intended target demographic. Still, while not mandatory, some easily identifiable traits are generally common to shounen works, such as: high-action, often humorous plots featuring male protagonists; camaraderie between male friends; sports teams and fighting squads (usually coupled with the aforementioned camaraderie); unrealistically attractive female characters (see fanservice). Additionally, the art style of shounen tends to be less flowery than that of shoujo and the plots tend to be less complex than seinen, but neither of those is a requirement.