Shade, the Changing Girl Vol. 2: Little Runaway Read Online Free - Loma needed a change from Meta, a boring and passionless planet--at least for a frustrated teenager.
In a leap of madness, Loma broke through galaxies to take up residence in the body of a human girl on Earth. Only now that she's here, Loma discovers being a teenage Earth girl comes with its own challenges, and Earth may not be everything she thought it'd be.
She's been here for some time now, and she's ready for her next move: but what will it be? When it comes to Loma of Meta, there's no telling which direction she'll move.
Written by Cecil Castellucci (THE PLAIN JANES), drawn by Marley Zarcone (EFFIGY) and overseen by Gerard Way, SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL continues the story of one of comics' most unique series. SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL is a part of DC's Young Animal--a four-book grassroots mature-reader imprint, creatively spearheaded by Gerard Way, bridging the gap between the DC Universe and Vertigo and focusing on the juxtaposition between visual and thematic storytelling.
Collects SHADE, THE CHANGING GIRL #7-13.
|Title||:||Shade, the Changing Girl Vol. 2: Little Runaway|
|Number of Pages||:||168 pages|
March 05, 2018
A bit better than vol.1 but not that much. Characters are still globally unlikeable.
Loma's infatuation for a 60's tv show is quite funny and makes sense considering her past revealed in the first issue (by far the best of the book, drawn by Marguerite Sauvage) but doesn't go much farther than art...
February 24, 2018
I just ...don't understand what is supposed to be happening this series I guess? I mean most of this is - to me - fairly unrelated to what happened last volume. And also by the end we're basically at the same point we started in. I know it doesn't seem like it because she's in a new location but...
February 01, 2018
Once again beautiful, once again topical.
World: Art is fantastic, it's very basic but the panels are so creative. It feels like an acid trip which is what it's trying to do. The world building is great, not only with the cosmic quirky odd fun stuff but also the topical text of school life, bullyi...
January 23, 2018
You know, my review of this volume is going to be exactly the same as Volume 1. I really dig the artwork of Marley Zarconne. With the pop of colours, it works so well for the series, giving it a very hippie, carefree vibe. Yet, the flighty plot is frustrating as the very thin yet unnecessarily di...
March 12, 2018
This volume is a bit all over the place and somewhat confusing to follow. I preferred the story in the first volume over the arc this one takes, but the vibrant color and beautiful, trippy art continue this series’ allure.
January 29, 2018
This is the first I've read of this series but I'll definitely be going back to read the first. Since I didn't know the back story, it did take me a bit before I understood what was going on in this novel but I didn't mind very much at all as I was just enjoying the gorgeous illustrations. At man...
February 16, 2018
I never thought that another book would match the weirdness and great quality of the Vertigo Shade, but this comic definitely does.
Much of that is the really high quality writing, which manages to make each issue into a self-contained, beautiful, and thoughtful story. Great art that sometimes doe...
February 03, 2018
shade the changing-girl is truly the best comic in the entire young animal imprint. it's more than just whacky fun to be had. the stories are complicated and draw from human conflicts, desires and needs. despite the time/mind/space bending that occurs throughout this series, shade feels very real...
February 01, 2018
I'm still so into the style and tone of the Shade comics. Nothing else has been as aesthetically pleasing to me in a long time. The writing, the art and the colours just blend into this symphony of weirdness and cosmic wonder. I did enjoy the first volume first, but this is definitely following w...
March 07, 2018
My goodness! Just a runaway hit. Trippy, beautiful, imaginative and new in so many ways. An incredible take on the character and, the teenage-girl-human-experience at large that only gets better with each volume. Intensely wonderful.