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Post #601964

6:51 am, Jun 4 2013
Posts: 66

My top three:
1. Manga
2. webcomic/webtoon
3. light novel (because of slow update)

I majority read manga,but recently also webcomic (tower of god,dr frost, trace, etc)
really love the long strip type, convenient to read since I don't have to click page per page

no light novel in there? I really love light novel,
it is usually more satisfying than reading a single chapter

about BW
well, B&W = faster and easier to make
although it is nice to see color, but I don't think they are necessities.
I still see it as luxury.

Post #601965 - Reply to (#601755) by pyonk

6:56 am, Jun 4 2013
Posts: 66

I vote for manga, but I read webcomic and love it too
"Tower of God" is highly recommended, I,myself like it better than noblesse in term of plot.
That last game with Quant is impressive, I am stunned at the level of twist in there.
give me shiver there. From that moment, ToG is one of my top read.

Post #602051
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1:32 am, Jun 5 2013
Posts: 283

I voted for webcomics, but I really should have voted for Western comics just because I've lately really gotten into Western webcomics and I didn't realize webcomics probably only meant the Korean webcomics.

There is such a variety of Western webcomics and many of them are not the typical American super hero comics. Some of them are such mind f**ks, and others are really well written because of the audience of Western webcomics. Also the variety of art style makes drool because you have admit sometimes manga/manhwa/manhua/Korean webcomics all start looking the same. So yeah, that's my opinion on that.

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5:07 am, Jun 6 2013
Posts: 442

I have to say I really like webcomics, at least, the asian-author ones. I've read a few western-author ones that ranged from decent to amazing, but they tend to be dropped for whatever reason (Hanna is not a Boy's Name, for example).

I've just read a lot of webcomics that I've come to adore. I feel that they're more unique in that people (at least initially) make them because they want to, not because they want to make money. How many shoujos are pumped out with the same old cliches--why? Because they sell, and mangakas want the money more than they would prefer to stick to their inner creativity. I don't blame them for it, but the webcomics make for more entertaining reading.

Cheese in the Trap, The Pale Horse, KissWood, to name a few!

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