Shade is in Hollywood looking for an actress from her favorite TV show! DC Comics' Shade the Changing Girl #11 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Zarcone.
Colorist Kelly FItzpatrick talks to CBR in-depth about her work on DC Comics series Shade, the Changing Girl and Supergirl: Being Super.
What kind of ghostly memories await Shade in the Los Alamos desert? DC Comics' Shade the Changing Girl #10 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Zarcone
Shade uses madness to make reality line up with her American dreams! DC Comics' Shade the Changing Girl #9 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Zarcone.
Shade hits the road! First stop: Gotham City! DC Comics' Shade the Changing Girl #8 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Zarcone.
As the winter dance nears, Shade reminisces about high school on Meta… DC's Shade The Changing Girl #7 by Cecil Castellucci & Marguerite Sauvage.
It’s alien invader vs. teenage bully in the conclusion of the 1st arc! DC Comics' Shade the Changing Girl #6 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Zarcone.
The future and the past are racing to catch up with Shade! DC Comics' Shade the Changing Girl #5 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Zarcone.
Shade is starting to find things about her new planet that she really likes! DC's Shade the Changing Girl #4 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Marcone.
Shade needs guidance before the madness takes over & exposes her as an alien! DC's Shade, the Changing Girl #3 by Cecil Castellucci & Marley Zarcone.
CBR has the exclusive first look at Joelle Jones' variant cover for Young Animal's "Shade, the Changing Girl," which goes on sale Jan. 4.
Being a human is galaxies different than being from Meta! DC Comics' Shade the Changing Girl #2 by Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone.
The Gerard Way-helmed series offers a Changing Girl with different motivations, but she shares a number of similarities to her '90s counterpart.
There’s no such thing as a little bit of madness.
Far away on the planet Meta, Loma’s going nowhere fast. She’s dropped out of school, dumped her boyfriend, and is bored out of her mind. She longs to feel things. That’s where her idol, the lunatic poet Rac Shade, and his infamous madness coat come in.
DC Comics has released a sneak peek at Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone's Shade, The Changing Girl #1 -- a bold, psychedelic and overall groovy new series launching as part of Gerard Way's Young Animal imprint.
The celebrated YA novelist teases what fans of Steve Ditko's original series and the '90s Vertigo reimagining can expect from "Shade, The Changing Girl."
The writer provides news glimpses of "Doom Patrol," "Shade, the Changing Girl," "Cave Carson" and "Mother Panic."
Gerard Way offers new art for "Doom Patrol," "Cave Carson has a Cybernetic Eye," "Mother Panic" and more.
The rock star/comic book writer spoke in-depth with CBR about his plans for experimental, mature readers takes on "Doom Patrol" and more.