June 9, 2016

Another Appsession...LIne Webtoon

Hello! I’m finally free from work (for today) so I figured to let everyone know I haven’t been kidnapped by ninjas. ^^;

The past month, I’ve actually been trying out a bunch of things which is also what kept me distracted and away from posting. One of which is an app called Line Webtoon. It’s got so many comics to choose from, so you’re pretty much guaranteed to find one that will capture your interest.

I didn’t want to get the app at first since I thought they only had romance comics, but boredom got the best of me. I downloaded Webtoon onto my phone and started reading a comic called Nightmare Factory by SnaiLords. It’s pretty interesting so far and there’s updates every week which is awesome. I’d share what it’s about, but I think that’s something you should read for yourselves. It’s that awesome.

The only thing I don’t like about the app is that it’s not on the Kindle Fire, but at least the website works on it. ^.^;;

Curious? Here's some recommendations:
Nightmare Factory by SnaiLords
Siren’s Lament by instantmiso
Noblesse by Jeho Son / Kwangsu Lee
UnderPrin by smbryms
Ecstacy Hearts by SilentMaru
Catharsis by Ahniki

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