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Any robots read Webtoons? Which are your favorite?
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>>50935485
homestuck 2bdesu
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>>50935485
Sweet Home is really the only worthwhile one.
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>>50935485
Lookism was an interesting concept but it ended up being a let down. Eggnoid is pretty funny because it's just about some roastie questioning which hot guy to fuck.
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LUMINE, Sweet Home, and A Good Day to be a Dog are my favorites. I have like 4-5 that update every night tho
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cheese in the trap (also has a kdrama), love advice from the great duke of hell, suicide boy, salty studio, true beauty
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>>50936979
True Beauty is great
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>>50935485
i only read UnOrdinary
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>>50937410
UnOrdinary is pretty great.
I love how John's just patrolling roasties and chads at this point
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Lookism and True Beauty are great
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>>50935485
Conspiracy Research Club is pretty great, but hasn't gotten updates in a while
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>>50935485
I'd say 90% of the LINE Webtoon comics are pretty shit, but the few decent ones are pretty fuckin great. I could easily imagine Sweet Home or True Beauty getting anime adaptations
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>>50935485
TwoKinds is the patrician choice
>slaves
>war
>sex
>dark powers
whats not to love
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>>50935485
Does Dr McNinja count? 8 bit theater?

Its been ages since ive read them, i have no idea if they hold up these days




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