Short Horror Comics With Twisted Endings That’ll Creep You Out

Just like mangas are Japanese comics drawn for a Japanese audience, Webtoons are Korean comics generally made for a Korean audience. And because Eastern artists and storytellers have a way with words that is unlike anything the West has, they tend to get translated by fans or sometimes officially as well. This leads us to today’s webtoon which is aptly named “Short Horror”.

Made by Ko Sai, these are quick depictions of horror-esque works that will make you uncomfortable, fearful, and maybe just the least bit unsettled. There’s a play on tropes that conventionally make you afraid to create an environment where you just don’t know what’s going to happen. Read them down below and tell us what you think, because some people find them more uneasy than others!

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