Lena’s already listed her Top 10 Yuri Anime, so I figured it’s about time I follow suit and do the same. I just recently crowned my choice for Best Yuri Anime of the 2010s, but plenty of yuri anime were released in the decades prior, so expect to see yuri anime both new and old. Much like L’s list has done multiple times, I think I’ll update this list at some point in the future, but for now, let’s just go ahead and get started~
Flip Flappers is an anime that’s really hard to describe, yet throughout the surreal adventures of Cocona and Papika, you can’t help but get the sense that you’re watching something special. A lot of yuri anime play it safe, but this is definitely not one of them, and even though there are plenty of hints throughout the series, it isn’t until late in the series that you really realize how gay Cocona and Papika are.
This entire anime is so much more imaginative and different than most anime out there, so even though the story might leave you a little (or very) confused (as it did me), the grand adventure and unpredictability of it all leaves you glued to your screen. Flip Flappers may not be a very popular choice for favorite yuri anime, yet this is a wholly unique trip down the rabbit hole that will probably stick with you for a while after watching. “Yuri anime” and “avant garde” don’t go together at all, but if any anime fits the bill, this might be one of the best examples.
I don’t know about you guys, but I feel like it’s getting more intense with each round. Admittedly, I already experienced a matchup that almost felt like a good finale to me, that being Chikane x Himeko VS Himiko x Kaon.
Though, I’m also seeing some quite intense matchups in this one as well~
As always, have fun voting! You can find the tournament bracket right here.
We’re back with the next round! For this one, we took the time to upload all of the remaining kiss scenes, so you can actually watch all the scenes before voting for them. Super neat, isn’t it? Thanks for suggesting it, guys~
As always, find the tournament bracket by clicking right here.
With that said, enjoy round 3 and let the yuri games continue~
Yet another series chosen by YR visitors, Simoun tells the tale of a tightly-woven group of priestesses who defend their homeland from intruders, all the while infighting threatens to bring down the empire their people have built for themselves. A war drama that takes a closer look at the individuals involved rather than on the bigger picture, Simoun mixes armed warfare with yuri, resulting in an interesting and unique combination. Continue reading →