同人 "Doujin" means self-published creator(s).
In this context, however, it means self-published comics. I'm a registered independent doujin circle in Japan known as reizako.
In the future, there will be several doujin available for sale on itch.io with free previews.
|Free||$5 USD||$3/mo all doujin||$8-10 USD|
|Comic + blanks||+ Script||+ Cover PSD|
|Some artwork||All artwork + thumbs||All artwork + thumbs||All artwork + thumbs|
|Released 2 weeks||Released immediately||Released same-day||Released same-day|
|Share it!!||NO sharing||NO sharing||NO sharing|
|Some progress||Some progress||All progress||Some progress|
What language will they be in?
Will they be DRM-protected?
No. You're allowed to share the free version in good faith.
Will you publish them on dlsite?
No. It requires heavily censoring my works which I don't like.
Will there be any samples or free previews??
A 10-page teaser will always be available upon the initial release date and then the full comic will be released 2 weeks later.
So Patrons get to download all of your comics??
Yeah. :) As long as you're subscribed you get access to all of them plus all Friday updates.
I don't have any money but I wanna see the doujin WIPs. :(
Sometimes I'll share stuff on my twitter or pixiv but otherwise you'll have to wait like everyone else, sorry.
Where can I read them online?
For now, on my pixiv. I am creating a hub for my comics in the future.
What are translator blanks?
Text-less versions of the comic so people can translate them into their native language (hence why sharing is allowed for the free version).
Why is the Omake Edition not available for patrons? :(
It will be once I reach that goal. :)
I don't think your comics are worth $5 or even $3.
That's mean. :(
Edited and revised on 12th December, 2019.