Saturday, June 4, 2011

Really Really NSFW Lesbian Webcomics


A quick summary of NSFW webcomics that focus majorly on lesbians. NSFW means Not Safe For Work and these webcomics all involve lots of rampant sex and full frontal nudity. Be warned.

For safer webcomics, check out the full list of lesbian webcomics.


Filthy Figments
A collaborative collection of porn comics aimed at women from several webcomic artists. (Subscription required, but there are plenty of previews to look through). F/f is sadly, not in the majority, but there are a few good stories there.
Note: it's pay for access, but you can get quite a few previews. It's worth paying for a couple of months and reading everything and then deciding if you want to continue.   
Check out the full review here!

Chimneyspeak
A pretty awesome comic about sex and violence. Need I say more? I do? Okay. A Victorian comic about prostitutes, crime, and insane murderous psychopaths. One of the main characters, Alice, the head of the Working Girls, is bisexual and is in a relationship with the lesbian Russian mafia leader for much of the story. The art style is pretty over the top, with shiny skin and huge breasts and things, but it's not bad.
Curvy
Curvy
$9.99 
Curvy
A girl from Earth (... Boring World) is swept away by a princess from another dimension. Turns out lesbian sex is practically a normal mode of communication as they romp across Candy World, Sea World and other places, pursued by the prince of Stupid World and his evil mentor, and a very confused government agent. Lots of nudity and random sex. Art isn't so great (line drawing, mostly), but works.

Go Get A Roomie
Not as non-worksafe as the rest of the comics on this list, GGaR still features plenty of breasts. A fun little comic about a promiscuous and lovable lesbian called Roomie, the people swept up in her work, and her developing friendship with the narcoleptic and reserved Lillian. 
There's a full review of GGAR here.

Heliothaumic - currently down. Sorry.
A fantasy/science fiction comic about another planet with a complicated history and geography. Features steampunk elves, scientific research, slaves, politics and at least one culture that thinks a bared breast is the height of fashion. An interesting webcomic with a distinctive art style, and quite a bit of nudity and sex (most of it lesbian, but not all). Ended abruptly after a while, but the archives are worth reading.


Menage a 3
Menage a 3
A collection of friends and acquaintances who usually end up having sex with each other, or thinking about it, in various combinations. Currently most of the females characters are deciding they're lesbian/bisexual, but this is likely to last until... well, you can probably assume that at some point, all the characters are going to end up in bed with all the other characters. One way or another.


Moon Over June
This used to be somewhat humorous, but becomes increasingly crude. Basically two lesbian roommate-sort-of-girlfriends who spend 95% of the time having sex. The art is pretty terrible. The artist also draws for the subscription porn site Slipshine.

Oglaf 
Originally begun as a porn comic, it's actually a funny, clever and well drawn (if often crude and almost always highly explicit) fantasy comic about magic, apprentices, random encounters and lots of sex. Between any and every one, male or female. Well... almost everyone. The poor apprentice lives a pretty miserable life. (Gets updated in short chapters, rather than pages, which can make finding the start of the newest section annoying sometimes). If you want to sample the comic, the archive labels the 'safe' ones

Sunstone
An absolutely fantastic comic about a BDSM relationship. The art is great, the characters are fantastic, and it's both sexy and realistic. The main characters are two women, who start out as online sex roleplay buddies, meet in real life and become best friends, and then start falling in love. Hosted on DeviantART under the account shiniez (a pseudonym for Nebezial, a professional illustrator), you have to go through the gallery to read it. Luckily the chapters are nicely organised.


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