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 Howling Woods and Villainess for Hire.

Howling Woods

Cabe sleeping in class when a paperair plane hits him in the back of his head.

Howling Woods WEBTOON Canvas series.

Our first WEBTOON series this week comes from quazar.jpeg! Howling Woods is a crime/mystery series with a dash (tons of dashes) of romance. It is set in the small town of Howling Woods which is full of werewolves, vampires, witches and other creatures. One day, a girl from the local school is killed, but it’s the town’s reaction that is pretty odd. Well, odd for anyone from out of town, that is.

It took me one chapter to fall head over heels for Howling Woods. I was initially drawn in by the idea that this is a high school mystery/crime series set in a fantastical world. Add on that it has queer representation and it quickly climbed by TBR list. Then, I fell in love with quazar.jpeg’s art style and format. While each upload isn’t an entire chapter, they are packed with everything we need. Totally worth binging what is available now and then waiting patiently with me for the next upload.

Catch up on Howling Woods here!

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Villainess for Hire

Rosalia looking at her pocketwatch in Villainess for Hire.

Villainess for Hire WEBTOON Canvas series.

Our second series is Akimiya‘s Villainess for Hire. Need someone to blame for your troubles? They have you covered. Rosalia is a villainess by profession and ready to take the blame for a small cost. She understands that while she is excellent at her job, it can be rather dangerous. When a rather lucrative job comes in, Rosalia can’t afford to pass it up. However, this one proves that she is going to need more than just villainy to make it out alive.

There has been at least one time in your life (or multiple if you are like me) where you wish you could just play the villain. And if Rosalia’s job were real, I would be the first to apply for it. What really pulled me into Villainess for Hire is the fact that it falls into the historical genre. And that is always a win for me. The art style is terrific and helps the story flow smoothly in the WEBTOON format. Each chapter draws you into the next and by the time you realize it’s the middle of the night, you are already too invested.

Catch up on Villainess for Hire here!

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