So where to start, have you ever read famous comics like batman, spiderman, onepunchman, etc? This is a superhero manwha, but it's like none of these mentioned before. So what makes this manwha different than your average superhero story? It's silly beyond everything. It has some drama in it, but the overall theme is about over the topness, parody and silliness.
So the protagonist starts out as a plain highschool kid with an immense amount of superpowers. Hes superpowers are extent of a god, but hes physics are really weak, and hes not the smartest tool in the box. So he uses hes powers to
get better grades and in everyday tasks. He doesn't wan't to be a hero, he just wants to resume hes normal life and go to college. Other characters are fairly enjoable also, like a demonic loli and a socially akward raven. The more amusing thing in thins manwha is that, reader can not often tell, if the character is a a male or a female, what I personally find really amusing.
Visuals are also actually pretty good, there aren't a lot of action scenes but everything is in colour and I often felt like watching an anime while reading it.
If you are looking for a good comedy, this is it and it seems really not that popular. As it goes on also more drama folllows. This is a really fun seeries so far at least.
This is Gintama, but webtoon version.
The story starts out fun. It's all jokes and laughs. And then it's not. All of a sudden, things quickly turn dark really, really quickly. The laughter turns into tears, the jokes turn into sadness.
This is a tale of twisted love stories.
The story is set in a world where almost everyone is a "mix", granting them abilities. For example, one of the characters inside is half otter half human. Yeah, it sounds weird but for some reason, it blends in naturally. It's sort of like Boku no hero academia. Anyway, our main lead Naga has a pretty powerful
and useful ability and is scouted by this hero organization called spoon. That's right, spoon. And then we have the villain organization called knife. That's right. Knife. Guess what's next? Yup, fork. Fork is a talent agency.
Not great to be honest. However, you can see that it gradually improves, like any other artist's art. So it's more of a journey rather than a start of "WOW THIS ART IS AMAZING ASDHKSGF".
Every character is unique and lovable (Well, not everyone is lovable but they add to the enjoyment of the story)
"Sign me up!" *Finger gun* - We have Naga, powerful but yet extremely lazy. HE CAN LITERALLY LIFT A BUILDING WITH A LIFT OF A FINGER. He's a pure cinnamon roll who wants the best for others. When his eyes open, you're dead.
"Please love me" - Morae Baek, the main villain and the leader for Fork. He's kind of twisted in an innocent way. He can't die. His power is purification.
"SYLVIAAAAAA!!" - Guineung. Panda mix. He's an otaku and has the power of copycat. "
"It was all his idea" - Dana, leader of Spoon, and my waifu. She has supernatural strength and tries protects the members of spoon at all costs. She seems cold and apathetic, but she actually cares a lot. I LOVE HER.
"I wath thrying to cath a fwy and my hanth thlipped" - Sasa. A human and bird (?) / raven (?) mix. Can fly. Quiet and seems extremely intimidating, but is actually very gentle and has a lisp. Absolutely hilarious when it first appears in the webtoon. Also a pure cinnamon roll.
"What do summoning circles look like again?" - Hyena, a child but is mature for her age. She's a witch. You'd think that she's cute and cries easily but nope. She's not fragile at ALL. She only cries when the people around her are hurt. Also, she's savage.
This is the main cast. Other cast members include angels and a cockroach butler who somehow managed to date one of the angels and one of the antagonists who is almost as powerful as Naga. Kinda twisted.
I've laughed, I've cried. 10/10 will go through it again.
I would recommend this to anyone who has patience. The first few chapters are just fun and jokes but you'll have to wait until around the 50th chapter to get warmed up to the plot (Trust me, it seems long but isn't). That's when the story turns serious and when the tears start.
This is a superhero comic with a twist. Our hero, Naga is a high schooler who has immense superpowers which he does not wish to use and would rather live a normal life. Naga is the opposite of all the superheroes anyone would have seen on TV or Comics, He is a lethargic kid who doesn't want to get himself into complicated/troublesome things.
It's an Action + Comedy kind of comic, It doesn't have lots of action sequences like in shounen manga, neither does it have edgy, gripping plot like"'if we don't defeat the bad guys within this time period something horrible is gonna happen", it
doesn't have that kind of tension, yup "tension" would be the correct word. this manga has a lot of tension-worthy moments( lots of sad backstories), but by adding comedy in their day-to-day life this tension is balanced and the story becomes much more comfortable and enjoyable to read.
The story is set in a fantasy world where evolved/hybrid Human beings, people with superpowers, immortals, normal human beings live together just like in a normal world, in the current time period. SPOON is an organisation that hires people with superpowers as heroes and fights crime. SPOON hires Naga a high schooler, who has immense amount of superpowers. Naga is not your ordinary superhero who acts valiant, he hasn't given much thought about his powers and is brought up very normally. After being hired by SPOON, he is also targeted by KNIFE- a group that always causes terror, KNIFE wants Naga to join them for he is considered the most powerful being in the whole planet. What comes next are the battles between the members of the two organisation, their backstories and a lot of character development.
The characters are all loveable, both SPOON and KNIFE has a set of interesting people. The character developments are mostly shown in the backstory and the majority of those are for the bad guys, in which case you would be able to understand each of them better. The only person who shows character development in the present seems to be Naga. The author takes a lot of time to show character development and he conveys lots of emotions and various principles of different people(including the bad guys) which is very interesting and sometimes feels like the whole comic is a debate between good and bad.