Don't abuse the site. We are a small company trying to get kids to read comics. Don't ruin it for others. Every new community feature on Kidjutsu involves a certain level of trust. We trust you to be responsible, and other users respect that trust. Please be one of them.
Here are some common-sense rules that will help you steer clear of trouble:
Please take these rules seriously and take them to heart. Don't try to look for loopholes or try to lawyer your way around the guidelines—just understand them and try to respect the spirit in which they were created. If you'd like more details, check out our Community Guideline Tips below.
Kidjutsu staff review flagged content 24 hours a day, seven days a week to determine whether they violate our Community Guidelines. When they do, we remove them. Sometimes content doesn’t violate our Community Guidelines, but may not be appropriate for everyone. These comics are age-restricted. Accounts are penalized for Community Guidelines violations and serious or repeated violations can lead to account termination. If your account is terminated, you won’t be allowed to create any new accounts.
Remember that this is your community! Each and every user of Kidjutsu makes the site what it is, so don't be afraid to dig in and get involved!
That's it! Thanks for reading!
- The Kidjutsu Team
Want a little more insight into the limits and exceptions in the Community Guidelines? Here are some helpful examples and tips:
Most nudity is not allowed, particularly if it is in a sexual context. Generally if a comic is intended to be sexually provocative, it will not get published to Kidjutsu. There are exceptions for some educational, documentary and scientific content, but only if that is the sole purpose of the comic and it is not gratuitously graphic.
"Hate speech" refers to content that promotes hatred against members of a protected group. For instance, racist or sexist content may be considered hate speech. Sometimes there is a fine line between what is and what is not considered hate speech. For instance, it is generally okay to criticize a nation, but not okay to make insulting generalizations about people of a particular nationality.
The world is a dangerous place and people will sometimes get hurt in the stories told by creators. It’s not okay however to post violent or gory content that’s primarily intended to be shocking, sensational or disrespectful. If a comic is particularly graphic or disturbing, it should be essential for telling the story.
While it might not seem fair to say you can’t show something because of what viewers theoretically might do in response, we draw the line at content that’s intended to incite violence or encourage dangerous, illegal activities that have an inherent risk of serious physical harm or death. This means not posting content glorifying bomb making, assassination, sniper attacks, terrorists, or even illegal street racing. Any depictions should just in passing and shouldn’t be designed to help or encourage others to imitate them.
Comics involving children (anyone under the age of 18) are particularly sensitive. Children depicted in comics should never be involved in anything sexually suggestive or extremely violent. Please be cautious when posting something involving a child.
When you create something original, you own the copyright for it. Likewise, when other people create content, they may have a copyright to it. As a creative community, it’s essential that everyone on Kidjutsu respect the copyrights of others. If you’re not sure if something will violate someone’s copyright, the safest thing to do is to create something completely original, with images and audio you’ve created. If it’s all yours you never have to worry about copyright—you own it.