Good morning fellow WEBTOON readers and welcome to this week’s installment of Saturday Morning Webtoons! This is where we shine a light on two WEBTOONs we are thoroughly enjoying. These stories have had us captivated chapter after chapter each week and we couldn’t pass up sharing them with you! So grab your favorite snacks, an electronic device and settle into these sensational stories.

DISCLAIMER: The following posts have possible spoilers for Haxor and Ghost Bats.

Haxor

Iso eating pho.

Haxor WEBTOON Original Series.

It’s all about sci-fi this week, and both series come from the incredibly talented Walter Ostlie! The first series is Haxor. In the future, the internet will be replaced by The Frame, a hyper-fast network of instant connection and accessibility. Seriously, what could go wrong? Okay, a lot. But with magical pho and a bit of good luck, we’re sure everything will be just fine. Let’s just hope the same can be said for Iso.

If you are a fan of the idea of living in the internet like Ready Player One, then Haxor is right up your alley. The world-building within the series is fantastic and paintball with lasers is exactly how I want to spend my gaming days. The art style is terrific and helps build the story alongside the atmosphere and character development. It isn’t incredibly long, which makes it perfect to binge in an afternoon.

Haxor is completed and can be read in full here!

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Ghost Bats

The Ghost Bats piled into their car heading off to the Battle of the Bands.

Ghost Bats WEBTOON Original Series.

Our second series from Ostlie is Ghost Bats! The story follows the semi-decent punk band of the same name who are suddenly thrust into a galactic Battle of the Bands. They are going to defeat their rivals while also conjuring giant monsters! Will they be able to survive this interplanetary trek through the stars and win the Grand Prize? Or will this be the final time the Ghost Bats take the stage?

Who doesn’t love a good Battle of the Bands?! As a child, I begged and pleaded with my parents to let me attend the one by us. It never happened, but now I can live out those feelings through Ghost Bats! Add in giant monsters and a sci-fi feel and I was hooked from beginning to end. The world-building, the art, the character development through the series and so much more help to bring this story to life.

Ghost Bats is completed and can be read here!

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Julia Roth
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