Yuri Manga and Anime Fanlisting

 Volume 1 of Pieta (reviewed here) left us with a pretty grim scenario.

Thankfully, the jump does not kill Rio. It turns out that she will be able to recover fully,  but Sahoko and Rio’s psychologist Minori-sensei know that she’ll tr…

Dounika Naru Hibi is a two volume collection of one-shots focusing on relationships. Most of the stories are het, but there’s also some yaoi in volume 1 and, in two chapters of volume 2, yuri.

In chapter 5, a woman named “Ecchan” attends the weddin…

I love the stories from Mist, a yuri Ladies Comics magazine that’s out of print. By virtue of being Ladies Comics, Mist’s stories aren’t high art, but I love their… classic josei-ness, if you will. In addition to that and Mist’s focus on older women…

Unlike Yamaji Ebine’s famous trio- Love My Life, Indigo Blue, and Free Soul- Sweet Lovin’ Baby is a collection of short stories, half of which are yuri.

“Sweet Lovin’ Baby” is about Kyou, an OL who becomes close friends with a seemingly perfect les…

I like Honey & Honey (I’d recommend it to anyone looking for realistic yuri), so finding a collection of books by Takeuchi Sachiko that I hadn’t read in Ikebukuro’s Toranoana was a treat. But I actually…didn’t like this book, which is about Take…

Most yuri fans know Kishi Torajirou’s Maka Maka, but Mars no Kiss is also worth checking out. It’s a surprisingly good, realistic look at unrequited first love. If that doesn’t sell you on it (can’t blame you), it also has one of the most beautiful ki…

Go figure- I like shopping and picking out nice outfits, but I generally don’t read fashion magazines. commons & sense isn’t challenging that inclination, even with its lesbian-themed issue, which includes a yuri one-shot.
Even though th…

About time I did a Yamaji Ebine review. In the early 2000′s Yamaji published three single volume yuri stories- Love My Life (2001), Indigo Blue (2002), and Free Soul (2004)- that starred adults and addressed lesbian ident…

Akiyama Maiko and Okai Haruko’s “Instinct and a Chromosome” is an excellent one-shot that ran in Dessert in 2004 and was published in the two story collection 100okunengo no Kimi no Koe mo. In her afterword, Akiyama-sensei, the writer, happily no…

There isn’t anything else like quite Amamiya Sae’s Plica-chan. It began in the now-defunct lesbian magazine Anise (which printed other manga also) but later moved onto the Love Piece Club website (some strips, as well as the main LPC site, are nsfw). I…