7 Captivating Lesbian Adult Comics

Lesbian Adult Comics

Greetings, comic aficionados and champions of love in all its forms! Today, we’re diving into the vibrant and daring universe of lesbian adult comics. This genre, brimming with vivid storytelling and rich illustrations, brings to life the experiences, joys, and challenges of lesbian relationships and adventures.

Whether you’re a seasoned reader of LGBTQ+ narratives or eager to explore the depth and diversity of love through the artful blend of words and visuals, these comics promise a journey filled with emotion, empowerment, and entertainment. So, grab your favorite blanket, settle into your coziest reading corner, and let’s turn the page on this exciting exploration together, celebrating the beauty and complexity of lesbian love.

7 lesbian adult comics (WLW/Sapphic Manga/Graphic Novel)

Adult lesbian comics specifically aim to explore mature themes and include explicit material like identity, sexuality, love, and the human condition in ways that resonate with readers. I will discuss 7 comics/graphic novels/manga for you. Let’s go!

1. Eric Stanton: Bound To Please & Other Bizarre Art by Eric Stanton

Eric Stanton was an American underground cartoonist and fetish art illustrator, born in 1926 and passed away in 1999. His work largely focuses on BDSM, fetishism, and female domination themes. “Bound To Please & Other Bizarre Art” is a lesbian erotic comics collection showcasing his art, which has been celebrated and criticized for its explicit subject matter.

Bound To Please & Other Bizarre Art by Eric Stanton
Bound To Please & Other Bizarre Art by Eric Stanton

Stanton began his career in the 1940s and gained prominence for his work in the following decades. His illustrations appeared in adult magazines and various “specialty” publications catered to specific fetishes. He was a contemporary of other underground illustrators and cartoonists like Steve Ditko, with whom he shared a studio at one point.

The art of Eric Stanton has been considered significant within the subcultures it depicts. But it’s also been a subject of debate, especially concerning its portrayal of women and the explicit nature of the content. His work has been studied in the context of underground comics, fetish art, and the history of sexuality.

2. Monster Girl Encyclopedia by Kenkou Cross

“Monster Girl Encyclopedia” is an adult lesbian comics series. It’s an illustrated book that takes the form of an encyclopedia, describing various fictional “monster girls,” which are anthropomorphic creatures that blend human and mythical or fantastical animal traits. The encyclopedia provides detailed descriptions of each monster girl, including their characteristics, habits, and lore.

Monster Girl Encyclopedia by Kenkou Cross

The series has gained a following among fans of fantasy and monster genres. It contains mature and sexual content aimed at an adult audience. The story explores various themes and tropes commonly found in erotic fantasy literature. The series also exists within a larger “monster girl” media trend that has appeared in various forms, including anime, manga, and video games.

3. Juicy Mother 2 by Jennifer Camper

“Juicy Mother 2: How They Met,” edited by Jennifer Camper, is an anthology of LGBTQ+ comics that features works from various artists. This book is a follow-up to the first “Juicy Mother” anthology. Jennifer Camper, an American cartoonist, illustrator, and graphic artist, has been an influential voice in queer comics. Her anthologies aim to showcase diverse stories from the LGBTQ+ community, particularly emphasizing providing a platform for marginalized voices.

Juicy Mother 2 by Jennifer Camper
Juicy Mother 2 by Jennifer Camper

The “Juicy Mother” anthologies typically include a mix of humor, drama, and life stories, covering a wide range of themes like love, identity, politics, and more. While not exclusively focused on lesbian themes, the anthology does include works that explore lesbian relationships and experiences, among other LGBTQ+ topics. They are considered part of a broader effort to bring LGBTQ+ stories into the mainstream and make queer narratives more visible in the comic book world.

4. Sunstone by Stjepan Sejic

Sunstone is a lesbian comic series by Croatian artist Stjepan Šejić, initially popular for its publication on DeviantArt before being picked up by Image Comics. The series is my favorite one, exploring the relationship between two women, Lisa and Ally, who engage in a BDSM relationship.

The comic includes mature themes and sexual content and covers emotional and psychological aspects of the characters’ lives. The story features love, friendship, and the complexities of relationships, all wrapped in humor and drama.

Sunstone by Stjepan Sejic
Sunstone by Stjepan Sejic

The comic has been praised for its realistic portrayal of a BDSM relationship and its well-rounded characters. Beyond just exploring kink, “Sunstone” focuses on the ups and downs of relationships, self-discovery, and personal growth. The comic’s high-quality art has also been lauded, and its lush illustrations add depth to the story.

5. Double Your Pleasure by Kodama Naoko

Double Your Pleasure is a lesbian anthology manga. The story follows a twin sister. An older girl falls in love with the twins she is tutoring. The twins also like her and are okay with sharing her love. They think of themselves as two parts of one person. They try to explain this by getting close to a classmate, but she doesn’t understand.

Double Your Pleasure by Kodama Naoko
Double Your Pleasure by Kodama Naoko

Kodama Naoko is known for works that explore lesbian relationships and experiences. Her most famous work is probably “NTR: Netsuzou Trap,” which covers complicated emotional relationships between its main characters. Her works aim to go beyond surface-level romance to explore deeper emotional complexities and are generally aimed at a mature audience.

6. Crossplay by Niki Smith

Crossplay is a lesbian steamy graphic novel that features the world of fandom, cosplay, and relationships. The story takes place at a fan convention, focusing on a diverse group of friends united by their love for fandom and cosplay. The narrative explores various forms of love and attraction, including queer relationships.

Crossplay by Niki Smith
Crossplay by Niki Smith

“Crossplay” tackles themes of identity, both in the real world and in the escapism that fandoms can offer. Characters don the costumes of their favorite characters from games, comics, and anime, but they also reveal their authentic selves in unexpected ways. They also face their feelings for each other, which blurs the lines between friendship and romance and questions about gender and sexuality.

7. Citrus Vol. 1 by Saburouta

“Citrus” is a Yuri manga series that debuted in 2012 and has since gained a significant following in Japan and internationally. It has been adapted into an anime series as well. The story focuses on the life of Yuzu Aihara, a fashionable and outspoken girl who transfers to a new conservative, all-girls high school following her mother’s remarriage. There, she meets Mei, the student council president and her new stepsister, leading to a complicated and intimate relationship between the two.

Citrus Vol. 1 by Saburouta
Citrus Vol. 1 by Saburouta

The manga talks about love, identity, and the complexities of adolescence. Yuzu and Mei’s relationship is filled with tension and emotion as they face their roles as stepsisters and their emerging feelings for each other. The story features various characters with diverse personalities and perspectives on love and relationships, making it a multi-layered narrative.

“Citrus” contains mature themes for an older teen or adult audience. It has been praised and criticized for portraying a lesbian relationship. Like many works in the Yuri genre, it has spurred conversations about representation and authenticity in LGBTQ+ narratives.


From the intricate artwork to the deeply resonant stories, we’ve only just begun to uncover the richness this genre has to offer. It’s been an absolute joy to embark on this journey with you, shining a light on narratives that affirm and celebrate the lesbian experience in all its glory.

We hope this exploration has not only entertained you but also broadened your perspectives and introduced you to stories that linger in your heart and imagination. As we close this chapter, remember that the world of comics is a treasure trove of diverse voices and experiences waiting to be discovered. Until our paths cross again in the realm of storytelling, keep seeking out tales that inspire, challenge, and delight you. Here’s to more discoveries in the fantastic universe of comics!

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