The world of comics is an interesting and diverse place to be in. You have graphic novels, Japanese comics known as "manga," and then there's the new kid on the block, webtoons. Webtoons started in South Korea back in 2003 and introduced by the company Daum. In 2010, the SMS app LINE made by Naver, and some other companies started releasing online comics with English translations. LINE made a platform called LINE Webtoon or simply "Webtoon" intended for budding comic artists and comic fans. It provided a platform for publishing and reading webtoon stories in a variety of different genres. There are a lot of good webtoons readily available online and they're usually published in long vertical strips or infinite canvases. This makes reading a lot easier for people using a smartphone or computer. Want to see what all the fuss is about? Check out this list of some of the best webtoons available right now and start reading today.
The webtoon industry is valued at around 420 billion Korean Won or 368 million US Dollars. While comic publications are still the main source of comic revenue, digital comics are becoming more valid options in today's market. Much like its manga counterpart that got movie adaptations, so too did webtoons. One of the earliest ones was the movie called Tazza that was based on the webtoon of the same name. We expect great things from webtoons and all the industry has in store for the future.
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