Yuri Webcomic Spotlights (by mako-tachi)

So many yuri webcomics, so little time! This part one of master post on various GL webcomics.

With the holidays coming up I figured what might be a nice little “present” idea for some of the readers here was to put together a whole list of yuri webcomics for readers to check out! There is quite a vary of titles to choose from and this is only the first part. Some are ongoing, some have been completed, and some are being completely remade with a new style!

First up, Simply Sarah.

A brief synopsis:

“A slice-of-life story about people and their own unique problems as seen through the eyes of one girl as she grows up dealing with her own.”
 It has a rather simple premise, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. If what you enjoy is development of a character and something that just documents everyday life of someone then this is the work for you! There is also a large amount of content to consume because the comic already has over 500 pages. The yuri content is frequent within the work, but it is not the only focus of the story. The art style is reminiscent of western comics, and as the story progresses the author’s style begins to develop and grow more. Below is a picture of the artwork from the beginning of the comic and from the more recent updates of the comic:






If this is something you’re interested in the comic can be found here: Simply Sarah

Next up is A Woman of Dust created by MistyTang. It’s a full color work that features an enchanting and original art style. A brief synopsis of this work:

“A spirited Eternal finds herself the guest of a strange and secretive woman. The more she learns about her host, the more intrigued she becomes.

Rated 16+ for some violence, sensuality and nudity.”

It’s an intriguing work that really captures your eye with its unique art. The story is also done well and has its charming moments. It is a supernatural/fantasy type of work, so it does feature some non-human character designs, but they fit well in the work. While it may not explore the entirety of the world and it’s possible concepts that is quite alright because this story is entirely about the romance between the two leads. Here is a glimpse at some of the artwork featured:


If this is something you’d be interested in then click on this link: A Woman of Dust.

After this is Paradox, which is a collection of shorts put together. This webcomic features two stories within it that vary slightly, but they are focused entirely on the yuri romances. (There are some hints of BL and Hetero romances within it though.) It’s a short comic (24 pages), but if you’re up for something just short and sweet then here you go! What does it look like though? Well, here is some of the art featured in the comic:


Something you might like? Then click here: Paradox

These not quite what you’re looking for? Well then, maybe you would like something like St. Sarrio Academia.

“Kailey Starts her first year at St. Sarrio Academy, an older school where the finest young ladies are sent. Here, anything can happen. From discovering the secrets each student holds in her heart to falling in love. Every day is an adventure.”

This work may have some cliches from past yuri works, but that can be part of the charm! If what you’re into is a callback to past yuri greats then this might be something up your alley! This work is currently ongoing, so you can look forward to updates! The art in the beginning of the comic is rather basic and may be a little rough, but as the story progresses so does the artist’s talent. By the middle of the work this is how the art style begins to look:

fa5d431f0OsiF This something you want? Then here you go: St. Sarrio Academia

But these are too soft and cute for some of you. Of course! You’d like something more dark to read. Then what about Can’t Look Back? This work features frequent violence and is based upon a nightmare that one of the girls has within the comic. The work also features some sweet romantic moments between the two girls. Not only that, it features an extremely stylistic art style. It is unique and it is captivating in appearance. Here is a look at it: (Warning, it is rather graphic.)


Want to give it a try? Here you go: Can’t Look Back.

Well that is all for now! There will be one more post filled with yuri comic goodness at a later date. Til then I hope you enjoy!

*featured image is from MistyTang. Visit her deviantart here.

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3 Responses to Yuri Webcomic Spotlights (by mako-tachi)

  1. mutopis says:

    South Korea just finished their first season of their weird web series involving lesbians.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. OG-Man says:

    So many webcomics for me to sink my teeth into ever since I “hired” you. Your findings have worked wonders for the nation and we all thank you for it dood.


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