Episode 34: BL Manga, or Let Women Have Something ffs

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Angela and Kelly finally take a dive into the possibly controversial category of BL (Boys’ Love) manga. Kelly tries to define BL manga without getting booed off the internet, and Angela tries to wrap her head around the concept of manga about all boys for an audience of all girls. How did the genre develop? (Hint: It’s time to talk about 70s shojo again). Why do fujoshi get such a bad rap? Plus, some recommendations for getting started with BL titles. 

Episode 6: LGBT Comics, or when it’s okay to be GAY

Book Reviews (53:33):

Angela: Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows by Dan Slott (Marvel)

KellySheets by Brenna Thummler (Lion Forge)

Mentioned on the pod (in order of appearance):

Banana Fish by Akimi Yoshida
My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness by Nagata Kabi
My Brother’s Husband by Gengoroh Tagame
Free! 
Yuri!!! On Ice
The Heat of Thomas by Moto Hagio
Kaze to Ki no Uta by Keiko Takemiya
The Rose of Versailles by Riyoko Ikeda
Wotakoi: Life Is Hard for Otaku by Fujita
That Blue Sky Feeling by Okura and Coma Hashii
Bloom Into You by Nio Nakatani
Go For It, Nakamura! by Syundei
Love Stage by by Eiki Eiki and Taishi Zaoh
I Hear the Sunspot by Yuki Fumino
Jackass! by Scarlet Beriko
Doukyuusei by Nakamura Asumiko
Seven Days by Venio Tachibana and Rihito Takarai
Ten Count by Takarai Rihito
Stray Bullet Baby by Kei Ichikawa
Escape Journey by Ogeretsu Tanaka
Candy Color Paradox by Natsume Isaku
Renta!
Check, Please! by Ngozi Ukazu
Fence by C.S. Pacat and Johanna the Mad

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