Cecil Castellucci will pen a YA adaptation of 2013 film, while the other graphic novel will feature new tales from the Frozen universe.
By Nancy Powell Though she may be a small person, Cecil Castellucci has a larger than life persona that has taken her from her punk music days as Cecil Seaskull to prolific award-winning author of over 22 books, including Shade the Changing Girl and The Plain Janes. She joined us at WonderCon to talk about […]
John Seven reviews ‘Femme Magnifique: 10 Magnificent Women Who Changed the World’
“I can only imagine what you do to get special treatment.”
Once, Loma was an alien from the planet Meta, but she longed for more. With the Madness Coat, she came down to Earth. And Loma became a girl. But being a girl wasn’t as easy or idyllic as she thought it might be. She only made it through with the help of new friends. But […]
Comic-Con International presents Cory Doctorow with an Inkpot Award.
The Gerard Way led imprint gets a cosmic makeover
Over the past year, Shade, the Changing Girl has carved out a distinctive space for itself in the comics landscape. The standout book of DC Comics’ Young Animal imprint, Shade tells the story of a young Avian woman named Loma who tires of life on her home planet, Meta. A youthful obsession with Earth and the poet Rac Shade […]
Last month, DC Comics Bombshells artist Marguerite Sauvage drew a guest issue of Shade the Changing Girl. The title, penned by Cecil Castellucci and typically drawn by Marley Zarcone, follows the Earth-obssessed alien Loma Shade as she takes possession of a body that once belonged to a mean-spirited teenage girl. Month-to-month, Zarcone tells Shade’s story with a chaotically psychedelic […]
Kyle zeroes in on what he considers to be the best and worst books of the entire DC line