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Azumitaiko, February 10th, 2009, 6:42 pm

It's done early!
Go here: http://azumitaiko.deviantart.com/art/Valentine-s-comic-part-1-112484677
Warning: You might turn to cheese.

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Drakanor Dream, February 11th, 2009, 8:56 am

what about part 2?

Azumitaiko, February 11th, 2009, 2:06 pm

Part 2 is posted too. o3o

Kali (Guest), February 11th, 2009, 3:01 pm

Valentine Day comic is great ^^
Love the coloring work there,especially Tomoyo looks so nice in red colors.
"Over 100 layers, 4 days and god knows how many hours of lost sleep."
So have a good rest now,before starting another chapter.

SapphireSophilia, February 11th, 2009, 5:03 pm

*sniffles8 omg that rocks

Wraith (Guest), February 11th, 2009, 5:27 pm

That was a fun little adventure :)
Really nice colouring as well.
"Singles awareness day". Hehe.

revelever (Guest), February 11th, 2009, 7:57 pm

When this comic was just starting I followed it for a while, but stopped reading it because I was disgusted with myself for reading a comic with girl on girl romance in it. Now that's all cleared up and I'm fine with my identity as a bi girl, and I can't believe how incredible this story has become in that short time. I WORSHIP the way the plot twists bring Tomoyo and Megumi set them against each other and bring them together. Your work is masterful, and that's rare to see, especially in the guy-oriented yuri category. This story is as real as a fantasy comic can get (maybe realistic is a better word). I'll be looking forward to the end of your break and the beginning of the new stream of comics. I may not comment a lot, but I'm here and eagerly awaiting every new page.

Ruka kun (Guest), February 12th, 2009, 11:50 am

@revelever: Yuri isn't really all Guy-orientated. Most of the "popular" stuff is because obsessive fan boys buy more then lesbians apparently. There is actually a whole section of the genre dedicated to girls. And as far as I've seen most Yuri webcomics are targeted at girls but that may just be the little circle I'm in.

The valentines day comic was soooo very cut Azu!

revelever (Guest), February 12th, 2009, 9:49 pm

@ lol-matt: Yes, I know Azumitaiko is a girl, I wasn't commenting about her. I was talking about how the yuri genre, as far as I've seen, is catered to guys to the point where they lack plot or character development and focus simply on the sex (although I'm not advocating a lack of sex, mind you. I'm looking forward to drooling over a little Megumi and Tomoyo goodness in the future).
@ Ruka kun: I've had to wade through quite a few guy-targeting yuri comics before I started finding comics like this, but that could just be bad luck on my part.

Sorry for the confusion!

hikori (Guest), February 13th, 2009, 2:22 am

@revelever: hey hey hey >_> in truth there are rather few guy-targeted yuri comics >_> i have no clue why but it is the truth. don't think otherwise, trust me >_>i'm a guy and i read both yuri and yaoi, gender doesn't matter. what you're talking about is a smutt comic- and smutt is part of some yaoi and yuri. I see more smut in yaoi actually, and yaoi is targeted for girls >_> do you see what i'm getting at? Just because you suddenly "found yourself as bi" doesn't mean you immediately know the community. research into LGBTQ history. don't just ignorantly follow being bi.

@ruka-kun: Yuri isn't guy orientated at all i believe. For the msot part it's lesbian orientated because the guy orientated stuff isn't called yuri- it's called "girl on girl action," randomly stuck in many smut comics. Yuri is the japanese word for lily. It's intended on being beautiful not just sex sex sex. >_<

Azumitaiko, February 13th, 2009, 5:17 am

Whoa, whoa, whoa. o3o Guys, be a little nicer when stating arguments. She didn't come here to start a fight.

Ruka-kun (Guest), February 13th, 2009, 11:53 am

@hikori: In Japanese manga and anime Yuri is anything where a girl wants to have a romantic or sexual relationship with another girl. The term is meant to cover everything from Josie (more then friendship) To Porn. As with a lot of American girlXgirl stuff there is quiet a bit targeting men for the shear fact that men like to see lesbians (god knows why) and tend to buy obsessively and pay good money for it there are even Japanese magazines that are specifically yuri for men as well as those that are yuri for women. Its a business thing many lesbians and bi girls do enjoy the Yuri for men.

@Azu: Oh I'm not fighting. I'm a member of Yuricon and it really is our duty to educate. especially since most people misinterpret the Yuri genre. I'm having a friend and educational conversation ^_^

hikori (Guest), February 13th, 2009, 6:11 pm

@ruka-kun ._.thats what i was trying to say

revelever (Guest), February 17th, 2009, 9:30 pm

@hikori: Thank you for clarifying the difference between smut comics and yuri comics, I'll keep that in mind. On a side note, it is interesting that you brought up the yaoi-smut phenomenon, according to my government teacher the porn industry is targeting women more than men now. I am guilty of not knowing the LGBTQ community very well; our school's GSA collapsed before I could join, and I'm afraid to go downtown to the LGBTQ youth areas without some guidance because our downtown can be dangerous. However, I am pretty satisfied with the ideas/interests/beliefs I follow independent of the LGBTQ community; I don't think involvement with the community would change me much, although I'm sure it would be fun to talk with the people in the community.

CyberRngr, February 18th, 2009, 1:07 am

I love that now Batman is dead and the New Bat women is a full out in the open Lesbian. Me myself I am Intersexed though it says I am a male on my birth certificate. But technically I am both. And I am bi but prefer females. But mentally I have always been more female then male. Closer to a tomboy. That is why I identify with Tomoyo. I am very much like her. I wish there was more of a genre for people like myself out there. I love anything out of the normal gender role range.

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