15 Filipino Comic Books You Can Read Online For Free

Read some local comics while you're at home!

Looking for some new content to get you through this daily stay-at-home scenario? Try immersing yourself into these comic panels!

As we all wait for this lockdown to be lifted, the limitless content on the internet is a huge blessing for us who are trying to adapt with the current situation at home. There are films, TV shows, music, and even theater plays that one could spend their free time with, but for the Filipino comic book fans, the best way to while away the time is, of course, reading comics!

That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the free Filipino comics that you can read online for free! Pick one, tap the title, and enjoy reading!

Wonder Boarders: The Viral Crisis Issues 1 & 2 (of 3)
By SpiderDan Geromo and David Sysing

A Filipino superhero team called the Wonder Boarders must team up with other heroes to stop the evil of plot of the celestial parasite Nevirus.


Fluttering, Fleeing, and Freeing
By Sean Sonsona

This short comic book will make readers witness mesmerizing horizons and captivating sceneries.

Doorkeeper Graphic Novel
By Ethan Chua, Scott Lee Chua, and various artists

An anthology of stories following the Filipino’s journey throughout history, embedded with elements from our local mythology.

Image: Issuu website

Bayugin
By Jap Mikel

binabae‘s battle for sexual identity under the Spanish colonial rule in the country.

Palaso
By Marianie

A vibrant yet heartwarming short story about Cupid’s counterpart– the Dark Cupid, who pulls out the arrows for people trying to move on.

Tabi Po Issue 1
By Mervin Malonzo

The dark tale of Elias– a man who wakes up inside a tree, his memories veiled by a thick haze. All he knows is that he is feeling hungry, and only raw flesh and blood could satisfy it.

Darna Lives!
By Gerry Alanguilan and Arnold Arre

A fan-fiction work from veteran comic book creators, Arnold Arre and the late Gerry Alanguilan where Narda has forgotten about her heroic alter-ego and now lives a resentful life.

Image: Narda Lives! on Blogspot

UGH Issues 3 to 5 and April & May Forever
By Hulyen

Hipster Hulyen’s hilarious zines about random things best described by its onomatopoetic title: Ugh.

Nang Mainlove Ako Sa Isang Sakristan
By Richard Mercado

A love story between a school boy and an altar boy who set out on a journey of self-discovery.

Free comics from Dani Chuatico

Artist Dani Chuatico shares six heartfelt stories based on real-life experiences.

Haliya Manawari: Pasilip
Various artists

Haliya Publishing showcases the high-quality works of independent comic artists through Haliya Manawari. Read the four free one-shots from the collection by  artists Mervin Malonzo, Julius Villanueva, Julienne Dadivas, and Adam David.

Pasig Unbound
By Taga-Ilog

A Filipino comic book series with manga art style, it tells the story of the bounty hunter Mina and the escaped warrior slave Dante in a dystopian Philippine future.

Image: Pasig Unbound on Mangaido

High Society
By Paulo Chikiamco and Hannah Buena

The 1760s Philippines meets steampunk in an alternative history where Filipinos find a mythical and mechanical ally against foreign invaders.

Grim Lines
By Selene Estaris and Kevin Eric Raymundo

An anthology of short horror stories captured by one illustration each.

Salamat Ming-Ming
By BK Peña

A tearjerking short story about a dog who just wanted to protect his humans.

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