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Shade The Changing Girl #7 (Variant Cover)

DC Comics: April 5, 2017   Writer: Cecil Castellucci   Art: Marguerite Sauvage   Cover: Marguerite Sauvage  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 76194134344000721   Diamond ID: FEB170291   GCIN: 967982

In this stand-alone issue, Shade begins to ponder what's next for her on Earth. As the winter dance approaches, she reminisces about high school on Meta, and starts to wonder why she's putting herself through that kind of hell again. Will she find the perfect dress, or will the dance be a perfect disaster? Plus, an all-new episode of 'Life with Honey,' with art by Dan Parent (Kevin Keller). MATURE READERS

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