It’s not easy for anyone on Apokolips, but it’s especially hard if you’re a woman. A brutal, despotic society, the only “power” to be gained must be given by Darkseid, and usually comes at a steep cost.
Over its first two storylines, SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL has become my favorite corner of the
Trust me on this one: high school is tough for teenage girls. As a former teenage girl myself, I can tell you that one from experience.
Not only is our girl Loma Shade a connoisseur of Earth, she’s a fan of the TV show “Life with Honey” and the band the Sonic Booms, but even back on Meta she was going to see live music.
The young avian at the heart of SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL stole the Madness Vest and left her home planet because she wanted to see Earth…and what’s a trip to Earth without a visit to Gotham City?
The titular family of Bedrock is back, trying to figure out what civilization is in a way that mirrors our own great leap toward the unknown of our age.
High school’s a pretty crazy time for most of us, but Amelia Bloomer High’s newest student is taking the insanity of youth to trippy new levels.
If you're like me, you read the preview for SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL #1 in the back of