Saturday morning webtoons: ROYALE and GRASP

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Good morning dear WEBTOON readers and welcome to this week’s episode of Saturday Morning Webtoons! Here we highlight two WEBTOONs that we enjoy a lot. Chapter after chapter of these stories kept us hooked every week, and we couldn’t resist sharing them with you! So grab your favorite snacks, an electronic device and enjoy these sensational stories.

DISCLAIMER: The following posts contain possible spoilers for Royal and Grasp.

Royal

Royale WEBTOON Original Series.

Our first series this week is Emmet Hobbes and Hank JonesRoyal. It’s a mysterious WEBTOON series that follows two incompetent thieves who stumble into London’s supernatural underbelly where they must reclaim their target from an ancient river spirit. Easy enough right? But Royale, Damascus and the others will quickly learn that it’s not that simple.

Hobbes and Jones were not lying when they finished their description Royal featuring “fist fights, psychic powers, goth discos and a large cast of misfits – crime has never been gayer than this.” This series was one of my favorite series of 2022, and the first part (episodes 1-16) hooked me with the mystery and laughter kept going. The cast is hilarious, plus they fit well together and is just a small reason to devour this series before part two finally returns.

Royal can be read here!

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Grasp

Seojin is sitting at her desk at work.

Touch the WEBTOON original series.

Our second WEBTOON series this week is Jeonghoon Hwang‘s Grasp. The thriller series follows Sojin Yeon, a temp worker who publicizes her life in her vlog. After the murder of her assistant manager, she eventually finds herself in a chaotic crime scene. But no matter what Sojin does, she always finds herself surrounded by mysterious crimes. Is the increase in her vlog views worth it?

It’s that time of the year when the weather is getting cooler, the leaves are starting to change color and all I want to do is spooky content, which is why I re-read it Grasp over last weekend. It’s one of those series that doesn’t have to have any of the over-the-top horror elements to really scare you. The art style also adds to the simplistic horror, and even on my second read through I was still a bit scared turning off the lights at night.

Grasp is ready and can be read here!

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