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Webtoon: Divine Bells

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When we first heard about Godly Bells, also known as Divine Bells, we kinda swept it under the pile of other manga. The reason for that was, it is more of a webcomic then a printed traditional manga. To be more exact, it is a Korean webtoon by Lee Hye.

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After giving this comic a read, it was well worth the time. If anything it is also worth a reread as you will have noticed that you didn’t’ quite absorb all the beautiful aspects of the comic the first time.

 

Divine Bells Description:

“Divine Bells – they choose their own masters and they determine the status, prestige, and influence of the countries their masters rule. The presence or lack of these Bells also has great consequence in the lives of each country’s royalty. In particular, the personal and political futures of King Hong-Ryeong seem doomed without a Bell, but at equally great peril if he obtains one. But are the Divine Bells simple magical charms, deities of great powers, or something else altogether? And when the owner of three of the eight existing Divine Bells dies, leaving them to choose new owners, where will the resulting turmoil lead?”

Two things that make the manga different from others, is both the intriguing story and the art work. The artwork of Divine Bells pushes the envelope of its genre.

 

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In the end Divine Bells turned out to be an interesting read that we almost missed out on. So don’t be like us, check it out today! The English version of Divine Bells can be found on here and the original format can be found here.

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