Magical girls use their powers to solve problems, often through an alter ego into which they can transform. The genre emerged in with the anime series Sally the Witch ,  produced by Toei Animation. In the s, the term was largely replaced by "magical girl", reflecting the new popularity of shows produced by other studios, including Magical Princess Minky Momo and Creamy Mami, the Magic Angel. In the s, Sailor Moon introduced the concept of a "transforming heroine" who fights against forces of evil, a synthesis of elements from tokusatsu hero shows that became a staple for magical girl series that followed. The growth of late-night anime in the early s led to a demographic shift for the genre, where series with more mature themes were created and marketed towards an older male audience. Despite lacking magic, the manga series Princess Knight is seen as a prototype for the magical girl genre,  as it set forth the appeal of girls who transform to do things they normally cannot perform.
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What had the girls done to deserve punishment? It is your guess. The heavy wooden ankle stocks are also featured in another of Eisenhut's paintings suggesting that they were a commonly used restraining device.