Genre: Yuri, pirates, comedy.
Number of volumes: 1, 8 chapters.
Warning: Includes NSFW material.
Plt Summary: A young woman infiltrates a band of pirates to try and get back a treasure that they stole from her mother.
That’s all you need to know about the manga’s plot. Spoiling more would be pointless as the plot is easy to follow and not to be taken seriously. LFG is a lighthearted comedy with PG-13 quality love scenes (Meaning the kazangas are exposed but not the sacred gates, tooshie’s visible though). For those who are following Bodacious Space Pirates, think of this manga as a satiating snack, fulfilling your yurirific desires BSP fails to deliver so far (Meaning there’s yuri in BSP, but it isn’t direct and physical like in LFG). I mean c’mon doods, it’s lesbian pirates! What more do you need to know?
You might be telling yourselves: Oh, this looks like a yuri hentai from the pic above and short description. Not really, it just coincidentally has love scenes. The characters are legitimately fun. There isn’t any deep or complex character development because it isn’t necessary. It’s a simple love story with quirkiness and pirate girls being awesome. If they made a 3-4 episode OVA with swashbuckling action, a minor revenge plot from the main antagonist and fluffy PG-13 romance, I bet your asses it’ll EASILY work as long as they follow the manga as closely as possible.
I’m not going to talk much about the art style because it’s cute and straightforward. The girls are nicely drawn and their bodies are decently steamy, though not steamy enough to raise plant life from the earth but close enough.
In conclusion: Love Flag Girls!! at its core may be foolish fluff, but it’s the best kind, filled with happy lesbians being awesome. It has decent action scenes when necessary, the relationship between the main girls is both cute and sexy to watch, the side characters, especially the 1st mate, are equally as awesome and the plot, while quirky, has a satisfactory conclusion that won’t piss anyone off, unless you pointlessly take this manga’s plot seriously. Anyway, give it a go when you get the chance.