Comic Yuri Hime
Comic Yuri Hime cover (spring 2006), featuring art by Reine Hibiki
|First issue||July 2005|
Comic Yuri Hime (コミック百合姫 Komikku Yuri Hime?, lit. Comic Lily Princess) is a manga anthology magazine published in Japan by Ichijinsha. The first volume was published in July 2005. It was a quarterly magazine until the end of 2010, but has been issued bimonthly since January 2011. It is the successor to Yuri Shimai and features manga with the same yuri (lesbian) themes. Comic Yuri Hime was financially dependent upon Monthly Comic Zero Sum, but from 2008 on the magazine has become independent. To celebrate this, the eleventh volume, released on January 18, 2008, included an extra called Petit Yuri Hime, a collaboration of artists from Comic Yuri Hime, Comic Yuri Hime S and Yuri Hime: Wildrose. Comic Yuri Hime S is Comic Yuri Hime's male-targeted sister magazine. The readership of Comic Yuri Hime is approximately 70% female.
The majority of the manga in Yuri Hime are one-shots, but there are several serialized stories. Many of the bound volumes released under the Yuri Hime label are collections of one-shots that a manga author drew for the magazine.
- Ameiro Kouchakan Kandan (Miyabi Fujieda)
- Aoi Shiro (Tomoyuki Fumotogawa and Pochi Edoya)
- Apple Day Dream (Nene Jounouchi)
- Citrus (Saburouta)
- Clover (Hiyori Otsu)
- Creo the Crimson Crisis (Takewakamaru)
- Epitaph (Aya Syouoto)
- First Love Sisters (Mizuo Shinonome)
- Hanjuku Joshi (Akiko Morishima)
- Haru Natsu Aki Fuyu (Taishi Zaō and Eiki Eiki)
- Himitsu Shōjo (Chi-Ran)
- Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san (Kuzushiro)
- Kawaii Anata (Hiyori Otsu)
- Kotonoha no Miko to Kotodama no Majo to (Miyabi Fujieda)
- Kuchibiru Tameiki Sakurairo (Milk Morinaga)
- Mermaid Line (Renjūrō Kindaichi)
- Nanami and Misuzu (Sunao Minakata)
- Otome Cake (Mako Takahashi)
- Rakuen no Jōken (Akiko Morishima)
- Shōjo Bigaku (Chi-Ran)
- Simoun (Hayase Hashiba)
- Strawberry Shake Sweet (Shizuru Hayashiya)
- Tokimeki Mononoke Jogakuen (Banana Nangoku)
- Voiceful (Nawoko)
- Yoruzora no Ōji to Asayake no Hime (Mera Hakamada)
- YuruYuri (Namori)
- ZettaixRoman (Moony Muttri)
- "Comic Yuri Hime becomes independent" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-01-12.
- "Joseidōshi no LOVE wo egaita, danshi kinsei no "Yuri būmu" gayattekuru!?" (in Japanese). Cyzo. Retrieved 2008-03-21.
- Comic Yuri Hime official website (Japanese)
- Readership data for Comic Yuri Hime (Japanese)
- Erica Friedman's Comic Yuri Hime reviews
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