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Free Soul

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  • Vol: 1; Ch: 12
  • 2004
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Rank #3,021
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Ebine YAMAJI Artist
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Between the Sheets

Between the Sheets

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AirCommodore

Just finished Between the Sheets and are disappointed by the lack of reasonable, likeable characters and yuri? Read Free Soul and want a more tawdry, pessimistic take on the matter? Check out the other.

Both are josei (romance?) manga about unrequited love between two adult women.

Kabocha to Mayonnaise

Kabocha to Mayonnaise

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Two thoughtful josei tales about young women that are really confused about their love life and romantic partner. Both have sparse artwork and a very introspective mood.

Kiiroi Hon

Kiiroi Hon

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Free Soul and Yellow Book are two thoughtful and understated josei/seinen slice-of-life manga with very sparse linework. Both are about the relationship a person has with a character in a novel (how the fictional character affects them, etc.)

Love My Life

Love My Life

Ichiko's dream is to follow in her father's footsteps and become a novel translator. To this extent, she's enrolled in a work-intensive language program, but still manages enough time for a fulfilling relationship. However, she's anxious about how her father will react upon learning she's dating Eri... a woman. But much to her surprise, the man actually accepts Ichiko's lifestyle and has a surprise of his own: he's gay too. Determined to treat him in kind, Ichiko, along with her father, girlfriend and gay best friend, will learn about love in all of its forms. 

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These two josei yuri manga by Ebine Yamaji are sensitive, mature takes on lesbianism and early-20s life lessons. Art style is identical, and they share many elements, including novelists, foxy ladies with shaved heads, and a love of the jazz/R&B/soul music genres.