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Post #604301
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9:28 pm, Jun 20 2013
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I was wondering what everyone's favorite webcomic was. What are some you would strongly recommend?
My Favorites in no particular order are Annarasumanara, Kiss Wood, Melo Holic, The Friendly Winter, Can't See Can't Hear But Love and Paperakyu.

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Post #604302

9:36 pm, Jun 20 2013
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1. Noblesse & Tower of God ---- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Read first 5 chapters of each since it's starts off slow, but quickly picks up.
2. Green Boy
3. God of Highschool

Post #604304
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9:50 pm, Jun 20 2013
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Tower of God will always be No. 1 if it doesn't go totally downhill from now on.
Second place would be Kubera.

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Demon Child

9:58 pm, Jun 20 2013
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the less than epic adventures of TJ and Amal

Smiles Conceal Knives - Lynn Flewelling.
There is No Such Thing as BAD Words.
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Post #604311
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10:06 pm, Jun 20 2013
Posts: 129

1- Tower of God
2- Noblesse
3- The God of Highschool
4- Girls of the Wild's
5- Magician (KIM Sarae)
6- Ability
7- Green Boy
8- Nineteen, Twenty-One
9- Automata
10- Dr. Frost
11- Crepuscule (Yamchi)
12- TAL
13- S. I. D.
14- Killer Stall
15- Twelve Nights
16- Under Prin
17- Come Spring
18- Transfer Student Storm Bringer

Edit: Oh and I'd forgotten about Ability and Magician (KIM Sarae). I just put them up there.

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K-Indie ♥

10:13 pm, Jun 20 2013
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No. 1 for me is definitely Cheese in the Trap, because not only the storyline is IMO well executed, but the female main character also just got me on her side right away - And, aside from this the changes of the atmosphere are pretty catchy, ranging from comedic moments to thrilling ones in the blink of an eye. ^^

Also among my favorites are ...

* Diamond Dust (KANG Hyung-Gyu) - It's a tragedy, but if you ask me, it's definitely worth a try and I liked the ending, since it just felt like everything fell into place.

* The Day the Magpie Cries - A funny one with a quirky yet likeable main character.
* Utopia (NEUK Dae Sam) - Similar here, which goes for both characters
* Sambong Barber Shop - Slice of life with fantasy elements.

"It's like love is a bonus in your life. Even without it, I'm just fine. I don't feel like pointlessly searching for it. You don't have to make yourself unhappy." (Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji)

"Why does it rain?" - "To create drama." (Drops (Andou Yuki))
Post #604314

10:13 pm, Jun 20 2013
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Tower Of God

Post #604316

10:15 pm, Jun 20 2013
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Dr. Frost
Magician (KIM Sarae)

In that order.

Post #604321
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10:24 pm, Jun 20 2013
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I second Nineteen, Twenty-One by Yohan/ KIM Hye-Jin and Annarasumanara by HA Il-Kwon. The former follows the everyday life of a 21-year-old girl and a 19-year-old cat lover as they grow into adulthood. Whereas the latter depicts the struggles of growing up in an Asian achievement-oriented society; it's more socio-critical, vanguard and magical.

I also liked KIM Yong-Hwan's Wake Up Deadman and SMBRYMS's Under Prin for their alternating comedy and well-played drama, I have yet to catch up to the recently scanlated chapters, though.

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"Stories are what death thinks he puts an end to.
He can't understand that they end in him, but they don't end with him."
- Ursula K. Le Guin, Gifts

To be savoured:
- Blood Alone by TAKANO Masayuki
- Otoyomegatari by MORI Kaoru
- Gangsta. by Kohske
- Seishun Kouryakuhon by AKIZUKI Sorata
Post #604324
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10:38 pm, Jun 20 2013
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Melo Holic is missing here...
(and my favorite)

in need of romance?
uncommon, sad, sweet
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Post #604327
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10:44 pm, Jun 20 2013
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I can't believe no one has said Kiss Wood yet! All-time favourite of mine :3
Kubera is one that I'm reading right now too.

Edit: Oops, sorry, I can see why nobody has mentioned Kiss Wood seeing as you used it as an example bigrazz

Serendipity was one I read quite a while back ago. I thought it was pretty cute.

Also, I'm reading The God of High School atm as well and I like it a lot :3

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Post #604330
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11:01 pm, Jun 20 2013
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Kisswood. Gorgeous art and an even more unique story. Just a fascinating read all around.

The Pale Horse. A murder mystery of sorts, with an excellent plot line full of twists.

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Follow fashion, act normal;
Walk on the pavement, watch T.V.;
Save for retirement, obey the law.
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Post #604332
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11:11 pm, Jun 20 2013
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I'd have to say Cheese in the Trap is my favourite-favourite. Smart, likeable, reasonable protagonist. Good use of drama.

Other than that, Annarasumanara was brilliant and thought-provoking. Smart manipulation of the media available.
Nineteen, Twenty-One was also extremely enjoyable. And you should check out Telling Through the Colors by the same author-artist pair.
Welcome to Room #305! was one of the first webtoons I read. It's a slice of life that deal with real issues, with the appropriate amount of humor and seriousness.
Oh, and both Kiss Wood and The Pale Horse are absolutely gorgeous to look at. The storylines are also strong, but I could just read it to look at the pictures.

And at the moment, I'm really enjoying Divine Bells and Dr. Frost.

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Post #604337

11:46 pm, Jun 20 2013
Posts: 362

I have to say my top 3 at the moment are as follows.

1. Moon-Ah: A really interesting story with great characters. I can't help but find myself constantly rooting for the success of Seon-Gyeom.

2. By Chance, We... and...: Interesting story and the girl is really cute.

3. Crepuscule (Yamchi): Has a nice balance of action and drama. The characters are pretty cool too.

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Post #604339
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11:54 pm, Jun 20 2013
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Definitely Tower of God. That one stands above all for me.

Then, most of the ones I can indicate have already been said. Let's go according to how much I enjoyed them:
Melo Holic
Can't See Can't Hear but Love

For me these are the main ones that are worth a read for sure. Besides those you have a bunch of interesting ones but I would only recommend those to specific fans of those genres.

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