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It's more comparable to a debate on whether Moka Akashiya (to use that example again) belongs on Category: Vampires in fiction, not whether List of Rosario Vampire characters does.To provide a case study to my line of argument, Category: Monsters in fiction was present on both Monster Musume and List of Monster Musume characters.Opencooper (talk) , 8 April 2016 (UTC) Any reason why List of Freezing characters is in Category: Anime and manga characters who can move at superhuman speeds? It seems counterproductive to include listicles into such such categories, especially when most of the characters listed don't fall into the cat. Be careful with the lists, List of Puella Magi Madoka Magica characters for example would go with Category: Magical girl anime and manga characters, as that is the main theme of the series.- Knowledgekid87 (talk) , 12 April 2016 (UTC)I can understand things that are loosely associated with the series, but if the main theme is about magical girls or monsters then it could help better organize things than just having a broad "Category: Lists of anime and manga characters" category.
Cases where every single entry on the list also belongs in the category becomes more of a grey area, but if that isn't the case, it should be left out.
~Yeah I think a glossary is much more encompassing and has clear inclusion criteria rather than "cliches".
For starters, what makes something cliche is completely subjective, and as we see in the draft article, a lot of it isn't even unique to manga.
Looking at the film cliches article, it just screams WP: INDISCRIMINATE and the bottom of the list shows the future of any such attempt.
If the article must exist, like others have said it should be in prose and the title should avoid "list" and use "tropes" instead of "cliches".
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If you want to make an article called Manga clichés then that in my view would be better, you wouldn't have the WP: OR issue of people adding every little thing they see, and labeling it a cliché.