SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL #7
Written by Cecil Castellucci.
Art by Marguerite Sauvage.
Letters by Saida Temofonte.
Edited by Molly Mahan and Jamie S. Rich.
Cover A by Becky Cloonan.
Cover B by Marguerite Sauvage.
A stand-alone issue of a critically beloved comic book series, featuring the work of one of the most exciting artists working today, from one of the industry’s mightiest comic book imprints. If Shade, the Changing Girl #7 was engineered for anything but winning Eisner awards, I’d be very surprised, indeed.
Check out this gorgeous five-page preview of Shade, the Changing Girl #7, courtesy of DC Comics and DC’s Young Animal imprint!
$3.99 | M | APRIL 5
From DC’s Young Animal: In this stand-alone issue, Shade begins to ponder what’s next for her on Earth. As the winter dance approaches, she reminisces about high school on Meta, and starts to wonder why she’s putting herself through that kind of hell again. Will she find the perfect dress, or will the dance be a perfect disaster? Plus, an all-new episode of “Life with Honey,” with art by Dan Parent (Kevin Keller).