End of Moonsprout Station's first story: "Only Echoes."
Thank you so much for reading. If you're new, now is a perfect time to start from the beginning and read this story all the way through.
For the next month or so while I work on new stories, I'll be posting covers and other production/extra art, so one thing I would like to do is a call for fan-art!
Do you have a favorite character and want to draw them being chased by a boulder spirit or playing in a band? Send it to me!
The only rules for fan-art submissions is that it be your own art, drawn in the Moonsprout Island world, and that it be all-ages appropriate. If you want the art to be posted in this round, please get it to me by August 5th, 2019*.
Last week La Carmina, my friend and long time captain for many Japanese translation/travel-film works, did a feature on Moonsprout Station for her website! I have been a fan of La Carmina's work for years, and her intimate coverage of fashion and international alternative scenes has often been a source of inspiration for my own art. It's a very significant feeling to see my own comic world as part of that. Thank you La Carmina!
If you aren't already a reader, please have a look at the article, and if you've been hoping to pick up a Moonsprout Station book, the article has two exclusive links (with a discount code) where you can order the books directly from me.
*Boring but probably necessary fan-art disclaimer: By submitting fan-art, you confirm that you are the creator of the derivative work you are submitting (you aren't sending in someone else's artwork as your own). By submitting fan-art, you acknowledge that you do not own any of the copyrighted characters or content from Moonsprout Station. You also acknowledge that any original work in the fan-art are not to be considered as a submission for future content in Moonsprout Station or any works by Naomi Rubin.