Yuri Artist Review: Tamamusi

Tamamusi, or Tamamushi, is a yuri artist that has been around for quite some time and is probably known very well throughout the whole yuri community. Known and loved for her comedic yuri works, she made a name for herself, and not only for her more recent work Bright And Cheery Amnesia.

Back in the day, we mostly saw new works in form of her infamous original one-shots, which were usually heavy on comedy and involved all kinds of genres like age gap and high school love, and more often than not, they came with a focus on sexual elements as well. However, almost none of her works are full blown NSFW and rather feature some lighthearted ecchi content that is mostly tightly intertwined with the plot.

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Anime Summer Season 2018: Final Thoughts

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It’s that time of the year again, so enjoy our Final Thoughts of the summer anime season that just came to an end~


Happy Sugar Life • 6/10
Length: 12 Episodes • Genre: Drama, Horror

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Trust me on this one, don’t go into this only for the yuri. If an age gap of about ten years—with the younger one not even being old enough to understand how to use a vacuum cleaner—doesn’t already scare you away, maybe the yandere part will. The “yuri” aside, the horror, or rather, psychological aspects of this show made it hard for me to watch more than one episode at a time.

Happy Sugar Life constantly hits you with more twisted people, all with their own understanding of what makes life bearable, and all in one way or another seemingly just tools to make Satou and so many other people they encounter suffer beyond what they can take. Now, add Satou to this equation, with her own twisted personality, and you’re constantly hit with both drama and trauma, to the point that you get paranoid that every new character that gets introduced must be crazy in some way. And you wouldn’t even be wrong about that!

So, yeah, if you’re into these dark and twisted psychological kind of shows, this is surely something you will enjoy. However, personally, as much as I can enjoy shows like this, Happy Sugar Life might have crossed a certain line a few times too much, and at some point, some characters rather came off as laughable and ridiculous instead of scary and dangerous. Also, the yuri part was just not my cup of tea.


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Random Post: Get To Know Us Better (Featuring Really Random Questions)

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We thought it was about time for another Q&A, but with a little twist.

What you’ll find here will be quite a few pretty random, but also fun, questions we decided to answer. It’s not related to the blog at all, but if you wanna get to know us better (by reading weird answers to weird questions), then this is for you~ 😀

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Yuri News Update: September 2018 – Part III

What? A third Yuri News Update in September?! That’s just crazy! Well, crazy, but also pretty awesome, seeing that even this week, we have A LOT to cover. So let’s get right to it.

First up, there’s only a few more weeks to go until the anime adaptation of Bloom Into You will hit us. So just in time, we’ve been blessed with another preview. Enjoy!

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Yuri News Update: September 2018 – Part II

Content warning – NSFW images ahead!


Surprisingly, even after the huge news post from only a week ago, there’s more to cover~

tsui yuri.JPGFirst of all, just a few days ago, eyephon‘s yuri visual novel Sisterly Bliss ~Don’t Let Mom Find Out~ has been released and is available for download over at MangaGamer. It’s currently up for $24.95.

In the rare case that you haven’t heard of it yet, have some more information.


Also known as: Tsui Yuri
Length: 2 – 10 Hours
Genre: Incest, NSFW, Romance, Yuri

Plot summary:

Ichika and Futaba are so close it even surprises their friends and family at times. Ichika, the diligent, stubborn older twin, and Futaba, the childish, sociable younger twin, are an inseparable pair.

But there’s more to their love for each other than first meets the eye.

Growing up, the two did everything together. No matter where they went, the twins were never apart. And even now that they’ve grown up, their personalities diverging and leading them to different hobbies, they’re still as close as can be. For Ichika, the responsible big sister, looking out for childish, spoiled Futaba has become an everyday occurance, both at home and at school.

But one day, worried that the twins are growing too close, their mother chastises them, explaining that there’s a difference between being supportive of each other and being codependent. Regardless of how close they are, she says, they can’t stay together forever. With that admonition, the twins’ relationship begins to change.

Lurking beneath Ichika’s wish to see Futaba happy is a different feeling, one that torments her. A desire that cannot be fulfilled. And as their relationship changes, Futaba grows restless, seeing her wish to always be by Ichika’s side drifting further and further away.

What awaits these twins, who harbor feelings stronger than mere sisterly love? What form will their relationship take, and what conclusion will their story reach?

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Yuri News Update: September 2018

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It’s been a while since our last Yuri News Update, so that means that this one will be packed with all sorts of good (and not so good) news. Let’s get started~

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