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Where else can I view your work?
You can view an assortment of Original and Fan works on furaffinity or deviantart, but be warned that they are not guaranteed as safe for work as I also upload maturer content to them. I do not upload my work anywhere else outside of these sites, my listed social media, and my merchandise providers of Redbubble and Streamlabs. I use to use Spreadshirt, but no longer support it. If you find my work on display somewhere else, please contact me at email@example.com as they may be violating my copyright.
You can view streams on the following sites, though Twitch is where I mainly host them:
What age-rating are the works produced for?
All pieces of work are made for different audiences, including a variety of ages. You can typically find the recommended age for the reader on the projects page provided for it. As a precaution, all Explicit work has its language automatically censored on the site.
I want to commission a piece of artwork. Is there a restriction to what can be done?
This actually depends on what the artwork is and what it will be used for. It is best to ask this question yourself through E-mail, as everyone's projects and uses for those projects are different.
Do you provide commissioned writing services?
Unfortunately not; writing services, including proof-reading, are exclusively for the use of Zuperbuu Works.
I noticed an error in your E-book. Can I get it fixed?
Yes. Please send us an E-mail first with where the error is located (page number, paragraph) so the version up for sale can be corrected. Please note that Subject 218 is the only series written with American-English spelling, this was intentional and is not a mistake. All other books are written in British-English.
When the E-book is corrected, you should be able to return to the site you got it from and grab the updated version for free from your book downloads page.
Will there be more than novels/comics in the future?
Yes! It is also our wish to create short animated cartoons based on other stories that don't exactly suit the novel or comic book format. However, as animating software is very expensive, and can be highly time-consuming, it is a distant future goal and is not something that will start to happen anytime soon.
It has always been our dream to have certain stories told in video games rather than other forms, but as none of the team at Zuperbuu Works have the skills to program, such a thing will remain just a dream.
I want to make an adaptation of a ZuW story. Would you allow this?
We'd love to hear more about your desired project, and to discuss it further with you. No solid answer can be given here; please get in touch with Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why are books in full-colour so expensive?
Full-colour printing allows ZuW to produce actual comics, and not just standard manga! However, this unfortunately is a double-edged sword. Many self-publishing comic-book creators use low-quality paper that is not meant to be used for books containing full-page images (like a comic), which allows ink-bleeding through the pages to occur. At ZuW, we refuse to use low-quality paper for our work and aim to make the coloured books as professional as possible. This higher-quality paper ultimately increases the price of the books. For this reason we have attempted to make smaller issues of our Comic projects available, that are lower in price without the drop in paper-quality.
Here is a little bonus info for you too! Our printers, for some reason, do not charge us via CPI (colour-page-inlays) and instead treat each full-colour book as if every single page is in full-colour, even if it isn't. They aim to change this in the future, but for now this is out of our control.