RomanceClass and Komiket’s first comics anthology KILIG contains 14 romance stories by 22 Filipino creators. Explore kilig in its many forms: first crushes, second chances, enduring love, from the very personal to the collective, shared thrills.
- Panaginip ng Pag-Ibig by Marianie
- Cat in the Bag by Sumikiyo and Munppence
- Tuesday Mornings by Hench Dulin
- Egg Soup Sunday by Fay Sebastian and Arli Pagaduan
- tan by Me by Suzette de Borja and Gianne Rabena
- Raise the Curtain by Alexandra Sevilla
- Doctor Congeniality by Celestine Trinidad and Liza S. De la Cruz
- Unang Lakad by marmastry
- OTW by Danice Mae P. Sison and ydbugs
- Under the Apocalypse Sun by Cee and Ghost
- Against the Current by Yugen and Zee Dino
- One True Plant by Carla de Guzman and Liza S. De la Cruz
- Ikaw Pa Rin by Chapy Fadullon
- Last Minute Love You by Milo Galang and Cris Santos.
More info about this anthology here! KILIG anthology from RomanceClass and Komiket
AJ Felipe makes the most of being the head information security engineer for a local law firm with the help of her loyal team of nerds. Their job isn’t really the most fun, but things take a turn when one of her junior security engineers decides to nominate her for a makeover show.
Enter Jackie Niño, the one-night stand AJ didn’t expect to meet again—who also happens to be the makeup artist who’s going to get her all dolled up on national television.
More complications arise after the episode is aired and another ghost from her past comes back to haunt her: Axel Herrera, the ex-boyfriend who still thinks she left him because she’s a lesbian.
Spoiler alert: She isn’t.
Being bisexual is hard enough. How will AJ navigate new feelings while finding closure for old heartaches?
(Disclaimer: F/F Romance, On-page F/F and M/F only)
Best friends Jo and Liza are as opposite as night and day. Sex worker Jo swears by the worry-free, one-day-at-a-time dance through life. Salesclerk Liza has big plans for her family’s future, and there is nothing bigger than a one-way trip to the U.S. But an almost-kiss, a sex dare, and news of Liza’s engagement to her American boyfriend unveil feelings Jo and Liza never thought they had. Deciding between staying together and drifting apart puts Liza’s best-laid plans and Jo’s laidback life in jeopardy.
When love clashes with lifelong ambitions and family expectations, someone has to give in.
Question is: who?
Rae and JR choose to begin, taking that final step into something new.
Rachel and Geoffrey choose to give in, claiming what they’ve always wanted and running with it.
Punky and Jazz choose to accept, acknowledging that they’re different and that’s okay.
Some choices leave a small imprint in our lives, a little push, a little nudge. While some… can turn our worlds upside down.
Where will their choices take them?
There’s a first time for everything. Gatecrashing a KPop concert with an oppa in a business suit. Taking shelter from the storm with the girl you’ve been meaning to shake off. That kiss that blurs the line between friendship and something more. A one-night stand (or, is it?) with your best friend from across the hallway.
Dive into these 10 stories of first encounters – unapologetically queer, happy endings required, with a smattering of that signature #romanceclass kilig. Whether you’re recalling your own firsts or out there looking for one, there’s a story in here for you.
So, go on.
Turn the page.
With an overly zealous mother as her guide, 19-year-old Sam has never had problems navigating through Christian suburbia before. But, all that changes when she befriends and becomes intrigued with Clara, her widowed neighbor and the village’s social outcast. When their friendship grows into the “unnatural”, Sam is forced to examine her upbringing and come to terms with who she really is.