It's a good time to be a reader interested in feminist comics. When I say "feminist," I don't necessarily mean "a book in which a women fights the patriarchy." I don't even require the story to be written by a woman. What I mean by "feminist comics"
Volume 1-6. Having no experience in romance, the vibrant Ninako curiously explores the meaning of what "love" really is, and is surprised to feel a colorful range of emotions as she grows closer to the school heartthrob, the quiet yet gentle Ren, who also happens to be involved in a longtime relationship.
Stargazing Dog by Takashi Murakami. "... Oto-san, a man who finds himself abandoned by his family and friends with nothing in his life happening the way he had planned. He embarks on a road trip to escape it all, and he soon discovers the only one he can count on completely is his faithful, recently adopted dog, who helps him see the light at the end of the tunnel..." graphic novel manga
Kamisama Kiss by Julietta Suzuki: Newly homeless Nanani learns that accepting an offer to stay in a Shinto shrine has made her the shrine's new deity, and to fulfill her duties she needs the reluctant help of her familiar, a fox spirit in the form of an attractive young man