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Newswire: Superheroes get surreal in this Shade, The Changing Girl #1 exclusive

DC’s Young Animal imprint made its big debut with last month’s Doom Patrol #1, a very strange new take on the Doom Patrol property that felt more like a classic Vertigo book than most of the actual new Vertigo titles released in the last few years. The Young Animal weirdness keeps coming with this week’s Shade, The Changing Girl #1, which takes inspiration from both the DC and Vertigo iterations of Shade, The Changing Man as it tells the story of an alien inhabiting the body of 16-year-old bully.
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