Archive for category Webtoon
Oops, it is the last day of the month and once more I was too lazy to make a monthly post until literally right before the end, so here have a manga recommendation for another fun manga I enjoy a lot.
In this blog post, I am going to rave about how awesome Yuta, a character from the webtoon Kubera, is. If you have not read Kubera, then I strongly recommend that you do so. It is an excellent webtoon. It will draw you in and leave you wanting more, much, much more. So, do yourself a favor and go read it. You will probably not regret it.
Anyway, I am now going to start fanboying over Yuta.
[WARNING: SPOILERS AHOY!]
I am sorry for another sort of filler post in what appears to be a 3 post long chain of filler posts, but I had to express my gratitude and admiration somehow. Now, before we can get to the actual Kudos part, I am going to go through a quick, somewhat dry introduction to webcomics. If you are already aware of what webcomics are, then feel free to use this handy dandy html anchor.
For those of you who don’t know, a webtoon is a manhwa that is published online. In other words, it is a manga made by Korean artists that is published online first and in book form later (but only if it is successful and the author feels like it). From what I have seen, most webcomics are released on Naver. I do not know if there are other sites like Naver, but Naver definitely seems to be the most popular one (at least for Non-Korean fans). I do not know the numbers, but the authors who publish their comics on Naver get paid for their work. Most likely, it is a comission based on the amount of add revenue their comic generates.
Note: Do not click on this post if you have not read Noblesse chapter 236 yet. If you do not read Noblesse, then I suggest that you depart from this site and marathon your way through it. Also, this post is just raw fanboyism and has almost no thought put into it whatsoever. It was written because of an emotional surge after chapter 236.
Warning: Expect vulgar language
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