- Who makes these?
You can find out more about the author on his personal website, Google+ profile, Twitter or Pinterest.
- Can I reuse your cartoons?
All cartoons are under a Creative Commons license. In short: you’re free to reuse but you have to give credit to “Manu Cornet” and link to www.bonkersworld.net . Commercial use requires purchasing a license, please drop a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for that. Some specific examples:
- OK: Reuse a comic on your own website, with credit and a link back to the original site (even though it’s technically a commercial purpose if the site has ads, we think it’s fair use if there’s a link).
- OK: Use a comic in the book you’re writing, with credit and a link back to the original site (your editor will likely ask you to get Manu to sign something though, which he’ll gladly do).
- OK: Translate a comic to post it on your own blog, with credit and a link back to the original site.
- Not OK: Reuse a comic on your own website, with no credit or link back.
- Not OK: Crop or edit comics to get rid of the signature (yes, people have done it, and no please don’t do that).
- Not OK: Add your own site’s watermark on a comic.
- Can you make a cartoon for me / my company?
Sorry, no, the author does not draw for clients. But feel free to browse the site for a cartoon that would suit your needs and send a request to license that.
- How do you make them?
Here’s a Making Of.
- Are there any translations of these?
Yup, here’s a site in Chinese and another in French. As stated above, your own translations posted on your own blog are fine as long as you credit and link back to the original site.
Views expressed here are the author’s own and not his employer’s.