Over the years I’ve read a lot of shoujo-ai and yuri manga, and it’s incredibly hard just to find stuff that’s not targetted to male audiences, let alone stuff that’s actually good. So, I decided to make a huge master rec list for all the shoujo-ai and yuri manga I know of, with a list of content tags and trigger warnings for each of them. (Click on the titles, they’re all links to read each manga on the list)
People post all the time about the cute, heartwarming side of Natsume Yuujinchou, but it’s also one of the creepiest, most unsettling stories I’ve read.
Haunted by a space flight accident that claimed the life of his beloved wife, Yuri finds himself six years later as part of a team of debris cleaners on a vessel called the Toy Box charged with clearing space junk from space flight paths. The team consists of Hachimaki, a hot shot debris-man with a sailor’s affinity for the orbital ocean; Fee, a chain-smoking tomboy beauty with an abrasive edge; and Pops, a veteran orbital mechanic whose avuncular presence soothes the stress of the job.
Planetes (ΠΛΑΝΗΤΕΣ, プラネテス Puranetesu) is a Japanese science fiction manga series written and drawn by award-winning manga author Makoto Yukimura. The series was originally published by Kodansha in the manga magazine Weekly Morning from January 1999 to January 2004. Planetes is one of my favorite manga series. “It’s a realistic manga that makes you realize something about yourself, humanity, and the universe we live in.” (mangaupdates.com)
- DO YOU ENJOY LADIES BEING PROTAGONISTS? LADIES BEING THE FOCAL POINT OF THE NARRATIVE?
- LADIES BEING FRIENDS? LADIES LOVING EACH OTHER IN A MEDLEY OF WAYS?
- LADIES SAVING THE WOLRD?
- LADIES OF COLOR DOING ALL THE THINGS?!
IF THE ANSWER TO ALL OF THE ABOVE IS YES, THEN YOU SHOULD READ PGSM BECAUSE IT’S GREAT. AND YOU WILL FINALLY KNOW THE TRUE REASON WHY PEOPLE SHIP PLANETS ON YOUR DASH.
AND YOU CAN FINALLY FREAK OUT WITH YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THE NEW ADAPTATION FOR 2013.
Translation credit to Miss Dream. Pages read right to left.