Whether it’s your first time reading comics online or you’re already a die-hard fan, there’s always something new and exciting to read on Webtoon.
Firstly, if you’re looking to read an impressive variety of webcomics for free, Webtoon is definitely the place to start!
What is Webtoon?
In short, Webtoon allows users to read comics online from thousands of talented creators. Whether these be written by newbies or celebrated comic artists.
Straightaway, you’ll find yourself lost for hours in their stories with every genre imaginable. Whether you’re a fan of horror, romance or drama, there’s something for everyone.
Then, you can subscribe to your favourite comics before downloading them to read on the go!
Unless completed, you can catch up with one episode for free each week. Otherwise, there is the option to pay to unlock further chapters on some webcomics.
What’s the difference between Originals and Canvas?
By and large, Originals tends to be for established comic artists who have created popular series. For that reason, their webcomics are licensed from Webtoon.
In short, Originals creators get additional support. Such as an editor, marketing, and a structured publishing schedule. Finally, they are paid directly by Webtoon for their content.
On the other hand, Canvas tends to be for newer artists. Straightaway, they have the independence to publish content to their own schedule. For that reason, they may even feature on other webcomic websites.
Once they meet a threshold, they may apply to Webtoon’s ad revenue sharing program and earn money and other rewards.
My favourite Webtoon comics
Finally, onto the fun stuff! I am simply addicted to Webtoon. Whenever I have a moment, I find myself logging into their app to catch up on all of my favourite comics.
The following webcomics tend to follow strong female leads. Specifically, women who find themselves in a variety of exciting, magical, creepy, and sometimes downright bizarre scenarios.
As a result, it makes for very interesting reading.
- Witch Creek Road by Garth the Geek and Kenan Halilovic
- Stagtown by Punko
- Melvina’s Therapy by A.Rasen
- Gremoryland by A.Rasen
- Elena by Jorge Jaramillo
- Safe As Houses by NoSleepWeAre
- Not Even Bones by Rebecca Schaeffer
- Homesick by Ms. Freaky
- Fake Humans by kim-badak and Banyan
- All of Us Are Dead by Joo Dong-guen
- Delusion by Hongjacga
- Lore Olympus by Rachel Smythe
- Let’s Play by Leeanne M. Krecic (Mongie)
- SubZero by Janepurrr
- True Beauty by Yaonygi
- Muted by Miranda Mundt
- What the Hex!? by Storybard
- Clinic of Horrors by Merryweather and PokuriMio
- Evelyne and the Occult by InksOwl Comics
- Lady Knight by Lion Illustration
- The Beast of Hadingley Hill by HoratioMarissa
- To Tame a Fire by hilluhri
- The Witch and The Bull by Moonsia
- The Wrath & the Dawn by Renée Ahdieh and SilvesterVitale
To conclude, if you haven’t already tried Webtoon, you must! Without a doubt, you will soon discover your favourite genres, allowing yourself to lose a few hours in the meantime!
Most importantly, I find Webtoon so therapeutic as it also allows some precious ‘me time’ after a hectic day.
Have you read anything on Webtoon before? What is your favourite comic?