Comic Yuri Hime

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Comic Yuri Hime
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Comic Yuri Hime cover (spring 2006), featuring art by Reine Hibiki
CategoriesYuri manga[1]
First issueJuly 2005
WebsiteOfficial website

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. It began as a quartlery publication in July 2005, but was issued bimonthly on odd months from January 2011 to December 2016, when it became monthly.[2][3]

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.[4] 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.[4] Comic Yuri Hime S was Comic Yuri Hime's male-targeted sister magazine.

Serialized manga[edit]

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.


  1. ^ "女性同士のLOVEを描いた、男子禁制の"百合ブーム"がやってくる!?" (in Japanese). Cyzo. Retrieved July 25, 2016.
  2. ^ "中村成太郎@百合姫+gateau". Ichijinsha (in Japanese). Twitter. Retrieved July 29, 2015.
  3. ^ コミック百合姫2017年2月号 (in Japanese). Amazon. Retrieved November 21, 2016.
  4. ^ a b "Comic Yuri Hime becomes independent" (in Japanese). Retrieved January 12, 2008.

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