Necossas: Six Necossas Six Ch 1 ~ 1 min read 7 years ago wilcoxii SHIONO Etorouji fans rejoice, here is the first ch of one of his earliest work. Enjoy Necossas Six - Chapter 01 wilcoxii See author's posts Tags: release Continue Reading Next Necossas Six 02 ~ More Stories 1 min read 2 Necossas: Six Necossas Six 10-11 [END] 5 years ago wilcoxii 1 min read 3 Necossas: Six Necossas Six Chapter 8-9 6 years ago wilcoxii 1 min read Necossas: Six Necossas six 5-7 6 years ago wilcoxii 4 thoughts on “Necossas Six Ch 1 ~” Thanks for the chapter. Brilliant stuff. Reply Well, I haven’t any idea what this is about, but since you’re releasing it, I’ll give it a shot. Reply This is an interesting question I would like to ask: If a publisher approached you, and said “Hey, as long as you encouraged people to buy print publications to support the author of your works, we are fine with you continuing your work.” Would you comply? If they asked you if you could work in an add-service that would benefit the publisher into your operations? A thin, one or two page digital “flyer” before or after where most groups put the scanlation group credits? Using an upload service, or online reader that earns the original author money through adds? – If it respected your needs to pay for your own server costs? – If it was unintrusive, using add banners to make money? – If it relied on donations? This is simply out of curiosity, as a lot of people seem to think that scanlator groups are outright malicious. I believe that this is not the case. That you would help, and chip in if you were given the opportunity to do so. This is all assuming that the terms of service didn’t eliminate your freedom, or privacy. Reply we get no money from ads. we get some donations from the followers to pay for the raws and server cost. if the publisher asks me to put stuff before the release, like a credit page, i wouldn’t mind. Then again it would be in Japanese (most likely) so we would either have to translate it or just leave it like that. is very unlikely that that will happen, but I’ve always encourage readers to support the mangaka. I buy the magazines from my pocket money, or the kaibutsu raws, which is a series I still buy every volume. idk what people think of us scanlators, but we try to give those people who have no access to the english releases in their countries a chance to know about a great culture from japan, and also to let those series that are not being serialized by the English publishers known to the English readers. just take a look at fight ippatsu juuden-chan, or trinity seven, minamoto. we do it for the love of art, if people do it to as a way to get free manga, that’s on them. everyone has their own few agency. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.