Futanari Anime and Manga That's Actually Good
All right, then: If you know what futanari is, then you know what it is. If you don't, I'm not going to explain it because that could possibly lead to "inappropriate" discussion.
Now, contrary to popular belief, futanari doesn't have to be adult or inappropriate at all--it's just that most futanari material is (and, considering its nature, that's not really too much of a surprise), so I'm going to skip the explanations and just assume that you know what I'm talking about.
Since futanari, as a sub-genre, has this reputation (which is basically true) of pretty much being nothing but drivel (of the unseemly variety) and tends to just be kind of gross, I'm going to point out two pieces--a comic and an OVA anime--that rise above the rest and actually have pretty good stories. So if you're looking for a story about a futanari that doesn't let itself get dragged too far into the gutter by its subject matter, that's what this hub is about.
Boku no Futatsu no Tsubasa
An English translation of the title could be "My Two Wings."
This somewhat racy story (though far from porn) is about a girl born with the particular defect that futanari entails, and her coming-of-age issues. The story begins roughly when she moves in with her cousin and aunt and begins to go to school in a new town, where she is assaulted all at once and all of a sudden by puberty's various challenges (though, obviously, she experiences these things a little differently than most). It's a comedy about growing up different, with something of a science fictiony twist towards the end.
Recommended simply because it's probably the most decent futanari comic that I've ever come across, and possibly the only one that isn't adult material. The art is decent, the characters are interesting, and the story...well, the fact that there even is a story at all is enough to make it special within its genre.
The second piece worth mentioning is an original video animation:
Now, Stainless Night actually is technically adult (though censored, of course, because it is of Japanese origin), but it has a decent storyline, which is shocking in a futanari piece, as I mentioned.
This anime is a science fiction story about a group of three (female) students who find a mysterious robot girl (who is the futanari in this story) on an outing, and begin to study her. Over time, the robot's past reveals itself as she falls in love with one of the students. Very romantic, I assure you.
Well, there you have it. I recommend these two within that tiny, obscure genre because I have yet to see anything that approaches good besides these and maybe one or two others (and I've looked). If you know of any more, let me know.
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