Other than the webtoon "Unknown Caller", this webtoon scared me the most without it using any special effects. The stories are mostly interesting but the best one for me would be the backstory of Melvina herself. I couldn't even continue reading this at night because I was scared I'd have nightmares from it. The art is just amazing, I often stop and just admire how beautiful it is. Melvina's young self is so unforgettable for me that everytime I close my eyes I'd see her. Amazing overall, and I'm glad it didn't drag on for too longit.The author's new webtoon "Gremoryland" also starts strong, I can't wait to see how it all ends, and I'm definitely looking forward to the next ones after it. And I almost forgot: the one thing I honestly didn't like are all the explanations in the end of each stories. I don't know, maybe it was immersion breaking for me.