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A subcategory of Web Comics. These can be of any genre - be it fantasy, slice-of-life, or whatever - but the one thing they have in common is that a majority of the story is themed around romance. They might have other things going on in the plot, but the story is driven by the romantic affairs of the characters.

These tend to be Slice-of-Life Webcomics, but they're not always.

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  • Always Human: A romance about two girls in a sci-fi setting.
  • Always Raining Here: A comic about a teenage boy named Carter and his affections for a theatre kid named Adrian.
  • Anders Loves Maria: A webcomic about a couple deciding to have a baby.

  • As You Wish, Prince
  • Beloved: A Chinese webcomic about a female doctor who has a one-night stand with a younger woman. She learns the next day that the woman is only sixteen years old.
  • #Blessed: A girl swipes right on a dating app and finds that she has to date seven different gods until she chooses one of them to impregnate her and produce the future ruler of the universe.
  • Bricktown
  • Can't See Can't Hear But Love: A Korean webcomic about a comic book artist going blind who marries a deaf woman.
  • Caribbean Blue: Cats and Cat Girls in adventures in the tropics.
  • Catana Comics: The loving relationship between the cartoonist and her boyfriend.
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  • Check, Please!: A slow-burn romance between two hockey players.
  • Cross Heart: A drama about two high school girls who fall in love despite the traumatic past of one of them.
  • Fluttering Feelings: A Korean webcomic about two college-aged women slowly realizing their feelings for each other. It was Cut Short due to the creator's illness.
  • Freaking Romance: Zylith moves into a supposedly haunted apartment, where she begins to see a handsome young man who can't see her. But as time goes on, she begins to doubt he's a ghost. But if he isn't a ghost, what is he?
  • Honeydew Syndrome
  • I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying: A series about an Office Lady and her Otaku husband. It has an anime adaptation.
  • Ignition Zero: An Urban Fantasy with heavy romance elements involving two asexual men.
  • Jack: The American Ghost: A horror romance about a woman who goes to the Dunn Rose Mansion, the house of the musician Jack Bland. It's a mansion so haunted and terrifying that anyone who goes there and stays for two weeks earns a million dollars. What follows is a story about ghosts, mystery, obsession, and love.
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  • Juvenile Diversion
  • Kasumi And Acchan: Schoolgirl Lesbians.
  • Khaos Komix: The everyday romantic adventures of a Cast Full of Gay.
  • Killing Stalking: A horror webcomic about a male Stalker with a Crush who ends up kidnapped by his crush, who is actually a Serial Killer himself.
  • Kimchi Cuddles: A webcomic about polyamorous people and their relationships.
  • Las Lindas: Detailing Mora Linda's ongoing efforts to run a dairy farm.
  • The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal: A comic about two strangers who end up going on a 3500 mile ride together. Things get complicated along the way.
  • Lily Love: A Yuri Genre inspired Thai comic about a woman who falls in love with her next-door neighbor.
  • Life Less Ordinary: A Yaoi Genre webcomic about four guys who share a home and their daily lives together.
  • Mage & Demon Queen: A fire mage seeks to conquer the Demon Tower and reach Queen Velverosa at the top. Not to kill her, to marry her.
  • Marry Me
  • My Deepest Secret: Emma is an ordinary college student who works at a coffee shop part time and is happily dating her seemingly perfect boyfriend, Elios. However, he has a dark secret that threatens to wreck her life as well as the people around her.
  • The Night Belongs To Us: A love story between a Lesbian Vampire and a werewolf.
  • Nineteen, Twenty-One: A story about a twenty-one year old woman named Yun-lee who awakens from a several year coma. She enrolls in university, and meets a nineteen-year-old named Dong-whi.
  • Outsiders: Starting in 1986, this series follows the romance of same-sex lovers Siobhan Pattinson and Ebony Larsson as they fight fear and prejudice to achieve their life's goals.
  • Prince of Cats: Set in 2003, the comic is about a teenager nam
  • Pon and Zi: A W.A.F.F. comic about two yellow and blue characters named Pon and Zi.ed Lee who can talk to cats. The story focuses on the relationship between Lee and his best friend, Frank
  • Rock and Riot: The adventures of two girlfriends - one a greaser and one a prep - in the '50s.
  • Seiyuu CRUSH!: A Queer Romance story about Yaoi Genre voice-actors.
  • Simply Sarah: A webcomic about two British teenage girls who fall in love.
  • Split Screen: A short webcomic about two former Childhood Friends who fell out of touch after high school getting to know each other once again after many years apart.
  • Stalker x Stalker: A webcomic about two stalkers who fall in love with each other.
  • Starward Lovers: A young woman falls for a cool and mysterious stranger who frequents the same coffee shop as her, only to discover she's an undercover agent and get pulled into her world of underwater bases and aliens.
  • Sunstone: Two women meet online and try out the BDSM lifestyle with each other, and end up falling in love in the process. NSFW.
  • The Boy in Pink Earmuffs: Set in the '90s, a young boy meets his new pink earmuff wearing neighbor. The two end up hitting it off.
  • Their Story: A Chinese webcomic about a girl who falls in Love at First Sight with a girl from a neighboring school.
  • Rascals: A slice-of-life involving a group of 20-year-old anthros and the Usagi family.
  • Transfusions: A love story about a male human and male vampire who end up falling for each other.
  • Twin Sisters: Yuri Genre meets Twincest.
  • What Does The Fox Say: A sometimes NSFW Korean drama in which two ex-girlfriends working at a game company have a Friends with Benefits relationship.
  • YU+ME: dream : A Coming-Out Story about a high school girl... until it takes a swift Genre Shift partway through.

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