Wednesday, 20 June 2018

4 Fangirling-Worthy Webcomics With Central F/F Romance (That Are Also Available In Print!)







Ladies who love ladies are amazing.

So, as it's Pride Month, and I'm a Queer lady who loves the nerdy things in life, I think it's time we celebrate some central F/F relationships, don't you?






F/F Webcomics title image with lipstick/lips background, and two interlocked venus/feminine symbols in the corner







This short list of comics features romantic relationships ranging from the sexy to the innocent, and ladies who have their own unique personalities and situations.

Available to read online (for free!) or in printed form, let these ladies bring a little love to your lives!









1. Princess Princess: Ever After by Katie O'Neill (Strangely Katie)







Amazon: UK - US




  • Two princesses in love? Dude, this rocks!
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Black butch princess
  • Plus-size femme princess
  • Gender roles are broken
  • Cute as freaking buttons
  • The fairy-tale every Queer girl wants









2. Sunstone, Vol 1 by Stjepan Sejic





Amazon: UK - US





  • 18+ only
  • First in a series
  • F/F BDSM romance
  • Healthy relationship
  • Exploration of sexuality
  • Surprisingly sweet
  • Sexy af
  • Read. The. Thing.








3. Curvy, Vol 1







Amazon: UK - US





  • 18+ only
  • First in a series
  • Liquorice princess from another world!
  • Graphic F/F sex
  • Also graphic M/M and M/F sex
  • Fun af
  • Random and uber-unique











4. The Tea Dragon Society by Katie O'Neill (Strangely Katie)









Amazon: UK - US






  • All ages appropriate
  • Beautiful artwork
  • SO FREAKING CUTE!!!!!!
  • Dragons - cute dragons
  • Gender roles challenged
  • Disability rep
  • People of Colour (PoC) rep, inc. main character
  • M/M rep
  • Full review here
  • DID I MENTION CUTE DRAGONS?!





















Have you read any of these series? Do you know of any other awesome F/F webcomics? Talk to me! 💋💬











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Last updated: 7th July 2018

12 comments:

  1. The first one sounds absolutely adorable! It’s also great that it seems like it would be suitable for children, because kids need to be reading more diversity in children’s books!

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    1. Yup, both the Katie O'Neill books are suitable for all ages :) I think kids would love them :)

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  2. So cool to have good webcomics that are free online! I've never read a lot of webcomics but it's nice to see them taking off more and more.

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    1. It is! The ones that are most successful (like these) manage to make it into print too! :)

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  3. Wow, they're all so different in style - you picked a good list :) I don't really read webcomics (mostly because I actually dread the experience of reading for pleasure on a computer screen - to me it feels like work xD). So it's a shame that I haven't found a nice way to read webcomics or I would love to check these out :) disability rep too? Sounds totally awesome.

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    1. Thank you! They're all available in print too, but I get that graphic novels are expensive! Have you tried reading them on a tablet screen? Although, it's possible that you don't have a tablet (I don't) in which case that would be no good! :)

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  4. The first one sound so cute! And I'm curious about the random one with a licorice princess because what even is that??? I didn't realize Tea Dragon Society was a webcomic! There's one I have saved, it's called Goth Western. I think it's F/F.I haven't read it yet, but I really like fantasy westerns lol.

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    1. Basically, anything Katie O'Neill writes is awesome! XD

      I love the liquorice princess-ness - it's just my kinda random! Lol.

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  5. Thanks for sharing these! The first and last ones look so adorable!

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    1. They are!!!!!!! Tea dragons dammit!!!!! Anything Katie O'Neill writes is super-cute! :)

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  6. I always ALWAYS intend to read more webcomics and then I get sidetracked by the fact that a, I have a hard time consuming comics serially and b, I don't have a system in place to keep up with the webcomics I do read. The only solution I have so far found to this problem is to read them when/if they appear in print format, so yay! This post is right up my alley! I will add all of these to my list!

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    1. Ooh please do! I hope you enjoy! The Katie O'Neill books are adorable! XD

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