ISMD + a special POMEmag announcement!

You may have heard something about International Sailor Moon Day and how POME is super stoked to be hosting the Austin festivities for the second year in a row! Well, that event is coming up this weekend and we are so excited to see all you Sailor Moonies and Nega-trash out there to celebrate our favorite senshi. In fact, we’re so excited that we’ll be rolling out some special magical girl-themed comics and content to celebrate. We also got together with some of our beautiful POMEmag contributors and put together something special for the event, so check out all the magical stuff we have planned for you POMEs this week!


Crystalline Clover!

A Magical Girl Coloring and Activity Book



Help Clover save the world from mega evil forces! Decode secret messages, find your way through a treacherous maze, and wield your magical paintbrush talisman to help her overcome the Evil Pastel Council and their demon henchmen. Use the power of your pure heart to guide Clover through 15 activities and save the day!

This book features contributions from our very talented puzzle team (Carolynn Calabrese, Ashley Gallagher, Jenny Mott), and beautiful amazing art from Victoria Grace Elliott, David Tarafa, Wai, Caitlin Zellers, and Rachel Weiss!


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We’ll have these lovely books at our table at ISMD Austin, but if you can’t make it out for the event and are interested in getting your hands on one, we’ve got them up in our store now!

We are so so looking forward to this Saturday, we hope to see you all there! ????????????✨


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