Tag: BL

[Pride Month 2021] Loads More LGBTQ Positive Visual Novels

Hey Hey Blerdy Tribe, it’s LGBT Pride Month, the annual celebration dedicated to the richly diverse LGBT+ community!! Now more than ever, representation matters, especially in the wake of the recent string of injustices carried out here in the United States and abroad. These past… Continue Reading “[Pride Month 2021] Loads More LGBTQ Positive Visual Novels”

Indie Boys Love Games You Should Be Playing

Hey Blerdy Tribe, if you’ve been following me for awhile you are well aware that I am a lover of boys love media for everyone else… surprise, I’m a proud fujoshi! I won’t bore you here with the details of my hilarious introduction to the… Continue Reading “Indie Boys Love Games You Should Be Playing”

Project: Perfectly Normal BL Game Review

Project: Perfectly Normal is an indie action-comedy boys love visual novel developed by Peaceful Pastel. In the game you play as a retired killer for hire, who is tasked with his toughest mission yet—navigating the ups and downs of a normal life. The game was… Continue Reading “Project: Perfectly Normal BL Game Review”

Paint me like one of your French Girls – Painter of the Night BL Webcomic Review

Lezhin did  it again, sucking me right back into webcomic hell and I have to give it to their marketing team—if it weren’t for their aggressive ad campaign on Instagram, I may have never discovered this series in the first place. Painter of the Night is an ongoing… Continue Reading “Paint me like one of your French Girls – Painter of the Night BL Webcomic Review”

Hashihime of the Old Book Town BL Game Review – A Never Ending Trip into the Bizarre

Hashihime of the Old Book Town is a psychedelic murder mystery boys love visual novel developed by ADELTA and published by MangaGamer. I’ve seen other reviewers throw around the phrase “existential horror” when discussing this game and after finishing Hashihime of the Old Book Town… Continue Reading “Hashihime of the Old Book Town BL Game Review – A Never Ending Trip into the Bizarre”