Freya: Sequential Love Stories

Freya Sequential Love Stories Passionate stories of love between women made by some of Sweden s most talented comic book artists

  • Title: Freya: Sequential Love Stories
  • Author: Anette Bengtsson Anna Landin Diana Davidsson Elinore Sander Elise Rosberg Emi Greneby Jenni Söderlund Lina Brunhage
  • ISBN: 9789163781315
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • Passionate stories of love between women, made by some of Sweden s most talented comic book artists.

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      Published :2019-01-03T02:39:51+00:00

    1 thought on “Freya: Sequential Love Stories”

    1. I crowdfunded this on Indiegogo because I love the idea of creators making the art they want to see instead of simply complaining it doesn't exist. Freya succeeds in its goal: this is definitely a diverse collection of f/f romantic short comics, with something for everyone to enjoy. However, that's also this anthology's biggest weakness. With such a broad spectrum of art and storytelling styles, one is bound to find a few comics that just don't appeal. This was certainly the case with me. I also [...]

    2. This is a decent collection of female/female love stories ranging from simple love stories to erotic fiction. I particularly enjoyed "Bubbles" by Elise Rosberg, "A Little Heart's Song" by Anna Landin and "Summer Fling Diaries" by Simo. Some kudos to the editors as well who chose to structure the book in a way that escalates the sexual content of the book, thus warning readers mildly that it's there (although were it me who edited I might have actually had a notice page before the first comic to [...]

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