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10 Filipino Horror Comics You Can Read Online for Free

We've rounded up some horror komiks from Filipino creators you might want to check out this season of spooks!

And just like that, another Halloween-at-home is fast approaching. Fortunately, there are lots of ways to get our dose of scares even when we’re staying safe and comfy in our couches. Besides watching movies and TV shows, we can also get the creeps from scary reads such as comics. On this list, we’ve rounded up some horror komiks from Filipino comic creators you might want to check out this season of spooks!

The Clinic

By Budjette Tan and KaJo Baldisimo

From the creators of TRESE comes this one-shot comic that also puts the aswangs somewhere in the modern world.

Photos: Penlab website

Filtered Lenses

By ExpressityART

Inheriting his uncle’s camera and passion for photography, Benjie joins a photography club in school. Soon, a sinister force emerges within the campus.

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Photos: Penlab website

II

By Ren Ren Galeno

This silent one-shot comic follows a woman who is being stalked by a terrifying manifestation of her fear.

Photos: Penlab website

Ilaw ng Tahanan

By Justine David Mendaros and Marc Angelo Alcantara

After getting disowned by their families, a young couple finds shelter at a stranger’s home sitting in the middle of the forest.

Photos: Penlab website

Pangil

By Aaron Felizmenio

Doctor of Archaeology Michelle Walters returns to her homeland in Milaor, Camarines Sur to investigate the death of her mother whom she believes was killed by an aswang when she was a child.

Photos: Penlab website

Biyernes Santo

By JP Palabon and Chocnut-san

On Good Friday, three siblings are left alone at home when a figure of a child appears on their frosted glass window asking if they could play together.

Photos: Penlab website

Walang Laman Ang Kahon

By Chocnut-san

Dina moves to Manila for a job interview, hoping to be able to provide for her family. But when a box mysteriously appears at the door of her new room, the weight of her responsibility begins to haunt her.

Photos: Penlab website

Darahug

By Kael Molo

This horror anthology uses Philippine mythology to tell stories that are infused with social commentary. The first story follows a woman seeking an abortion, while the second story centers on a rebel commander and his wife.

Photos: Penlab website

Ella Arcangel: Oyayi Sa Dilim

By Julius Villanueva

This comic revolves around Ella Arcangel, a young mambabarang who must face the supernatural forces lurking in the city slums that she calls home.

Photos: Penlab website

Patay Kung Patay

By Jose Nicolas, Kowtow Komiks, and Kwanimation Studios

An entertainment news crew crashes an elite family’s party at the heart of their hacienda. Soon, an undead army wielding scythes and bolos begin to invade the place.

Photos: Penlab website

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Homestream images from Filtered Lenses, Patay Kung Patay, and Ilaw ng Tahanan.

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