5028 S Ash Ave #105
Tempe, AZ 85282
How can I upload a file?
To send a file over to us, click the ‘Upload a File’ button on the main navigation bar. You will be directed to ‘Step 1’ where you will see a form.
Next, fill out the form provided for you. This will help us keep your files organized and easy to find on our end. After you have clicked on the ‘submit’ button, you will be automatically be redirected to ‘Step 2’.
In ‘Step 2’, You will be given choices on a method to share your files. Option 1 will be to upload files to our Dropbox. Option 2 will be to upload files to our Google Drive. Option 3 will be to upload files directly to our site. Whichever option you choose is fine by us.
Do you ship oversees and to P.O. boxes?
Yes, we’ll ship your package anywhere that can accept deliveries.
Do you have customer service?
Of course! Our friendly and knowledgeable customer services reps are available to answer your questions 24/7/365.
How Do you review a Proof?
Once an order has been entered you will be prompted to upload your artwork. Once uploaded and submitted a proof will be emailed to you for your review.
How Consistent are the Colors?
Ready Comics checks our machines multiple times a day to make sure your prints are always consistent.
What Does Every Print Need?
Ready Comics Requires your art to be at least a 300 DPI and a .125″ bleed for every print.
What is Lead Time?
Lead Time is the time Ready Comics requires to make your product. This time may vary based off of order but normal turnaround is 3-5 business days.
What is the Minimum I have to order for Prints?
1! Ready Comics is a Print On Demand Printer. We will print exactly how many you need.
This can vary with other specialty items
Will my prints get damaged when shipped?
Ready Comics Doubles up on our Packing to make sure your High Quality Artwork stays high quality.
How can I get my Artwork even faster?
If you need your prints yesterday you can opt to get your product Expedited. This puts your order in front of any other order in the shop so it can get done first.
What is the difference between pages and spreads?
When you open a book, there are two pages – left and right. A page would be only one of the two sides that would make up the spread.
How do I make sure my files are ready to print?
Printing is done via CMYK color mode. RGB color mode is for viewing your file on the screen or web. CMYK files produce the most accurate colors during printing.
300 DPI(dots per inch) is extremely recommended for printing. Resolutions under 300 DPI can produce pixilation color errors in your image. 72 DPI is used for proofing.
Images must be at the intended size for print. If an image is submitted as an off size, for instance 13″x19″, with the intent of making it into an 11″×17″ print, there will be a significant portion of the image that will be cut, possibly creating undesirable results.
Images must be at the intended size for print with an extra .125″ on all sides for full bleed. If an image is 11″x17″, be sure to submit the artwork with an extra .125″ on all sides. The extra .125″ on all sides will be cut off.
Do I have to create an account?
Accounts are optional, and can be created at time of checkout or clicking on the ‘login’ button on the navigation bar. Accounts are not necessary to place an order with us. They are used to retain your order history, and ease future checkouts and future functionality coming soon.