Our vast multiverse of stories prides itself in its global representation, diversity, and unapologetic inclusion of groups thought of as "the other" or who simply are underrepresented in media today. This includes the sheer internationality of The Keepers to tackling ableism in The Supernova Five. We believe we have the guts to tell these stories and to shed light on people who really exist and whose voices have gone unheard for too long. This means we have an extraordinary responsibility to do right by them.
With that in mind, we can make a solemn promise, one we intend to keep: at least half of our profits will go to various charities, advocacy organizations, awareness groups, and research and education centers. Kawaii Zombie, for instance, is dedicated to a good friend of Aidan's who tragically took his own life. Its profits will go to suicide awareness. The Keepers promotes world peace and celebrates its vast inclusion, so it would stand to reason that its profits would go towards fostering that very same peace, to ending war, tackling homelessness and hunger, etc. The Supernova Five, which reminds us that anybody can be a hero, confronts and deconstructs our stereotypes about those with disabilities. While much work has been done in that arena, there is work that still remains to be done. There are some disabilities, like Dubowitz syndrome for instance, that not much is known about. We aim to support research with our profits as well as cultivate accessibility and education.
We stay true to our word. Our mission is that important to us.
The Supernova Five's profit will be largely allocated to these organizations: