History ComicBook / ShadeTheChangingMan

12th Sep '17 9:49:42 AM DrPopo
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* [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fangilr]]: Basically the premise of ''Shade, The Changing Girl''. A Shade fangirl on Meta got her hands on the Madness Vest and went to Earth like her idol.


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* DistaffCounterpart: Loma Shade in ''Shade, the Changing Girl''.
7th Jul '17 10:48:52 PM Dvandemon
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* EvilAlbino: The body shade is possessing in ''The Changing Girl'', Megan Boyer, is albino, a horribly bully, and heavily implied to be sociopathic.

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* EvilAlbino: The body shade is possessing in ''The Changing Girl'', Megan Boyer, is albino, a horribly sadistically manipulative bully, and heavily implied to be sociopathic.
7th Jul '17 10:45:27 PM Dvandemon
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* EvilAlbino: The body shade is possessing in ''The Changing Girl'', Megan Boyer, is albino, a horribly bully, and heavily implied to be sociopathic.
7th May '17 10:50:26 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special; in 2011, Shade appeared in ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' as the leader of the Secret Seven, while in 2013 a one-shot short in the ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' block on Creator/CartoonNetwork heralded his first animated appearance; this incarnation is often regarded [[{{Fanon}} by fans]] as being a (benevolent) Lord of Chaos.

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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special; in 2011, Shade appeared in ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' as the leader of the Secret Seven, while and also appeared in the ComicBook/New52 series ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueDark''. In 2013 a one-shot short in the ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' block on Creator/CartoonNetwork heralded his first animated appearance; this incarnation is often regarded [[{{Fanon}} by fans]] as being a (benevolent) Lord of Chaos.
23rd Apr '17 4:09:00 AM narm00
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** Mot to mention the fact that Shade's reality altering powers are presented as an allegory for the authorial act of creation.

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** Mot Not to mention the fact that Shade's reality altering powers are presented as an allegory for the authorial act of creation.



* DeadpanSnarker: Lenny, who, upon losing this ability [[spoiler: attempts suicide]].

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* DeadpanSnarker: Lenny, who, who upon losing this ability [[spoiler: attempts suicide]].



* PlausibleDeniability: In the 1987 ''ComicBook/SuicideSquad'' series, Shade told about an incredibly confusing conspiracy that was going on in his home dimension. When Shade and the Squad confronted the conspirators on Earth, one of the Squad members asked what to do when the police arrived. Shade replied to tell the police the truth and they will brush it off as a delusional fantasy.

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* PlausibleDeniability: In the 1987 ''ComicBook/SuicideSquad'' series, Shade told about an incredibly confusing conspiracy that was going on in his home dimension. When Shade and the Squad confronted the conspirators on Earth, one of the Squad members asked what to do when the police arrived. Shade replied to tell the police the truth and they will would brush it off as a delusional fantasy.
13th Apr '17 5:59:19 PM Bushranger
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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special; in 2011, Shade appeared in ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' as the leader of the Secret Seven, while in 2013 a one-shot short in the ''DC Nation'' block on CartoonNetwork heralded his first animated appearance; this incarnation is often regarded [[{{Fanon}} by fans]] as being a (benevolent) Lord of Chaos.

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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special; in 2011, Shade appeared in ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' as the leader of the Secret Seven, while in 2013 a one-shot short in the ''DC Nation'' ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' block on CartoonNetwork Creator/CartoonNetwork heralded his first animated appearance; this incarnation is often regarded [[{{Fanon}} by fans]] as being a (benevolent) Lord of Chaos.
13th Apr '17 5:57:42 PM Bushranger
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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special; in 2011, Shade appeared in ''[[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}]]'' as the leader of the Secret Seven, while in 2013 a one-shot short in the ''DC Nation'' block on CartoonNetwork heralded his first animated appearance; this incarnation is often regarded [[{{Fanon}} by fans]] as being a (benevolent) Lord of Chaos.

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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special; in 2011, Shade appeared in ''[[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}]]'' ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'' as the leader of the Secret Seven, while in 2013 a one-shot short in the ''DC Nation'' block on CartoonNetwork heralded his first animated appearance; this incarnation is often regarded [[{{Fanon}} by fans]] as being a (benevolent) Lord of Chaos.
13th Apr '17 5:57:27 PM Bushranger
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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special.

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The series has a cult following, but the complete series is difficult to find, with only the first nineteen issues having been republished as trades. DC is in the process of releasing individual issues digitally. In 2003, original author Peter Milligan teamed with Madman artist Mike Allred to write a one-off Shade story for Vertigo's tenth anniversary special.
special; in 2011, Shade appeared in ''[[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}]]'' as the leader of the Secret Seven, while in 2013 a one-shot short in the ''DC Nation'' block on CartoonNetwork heralded his first animated appearance; this incarnation is often regarded [[{{Fanon}} by fans]] as being a (benevolent) Lord of Chaos.
19th Oct '16 9:16:57 AM SorPepita
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The reboot was written in 1990 under Britwave author Creator/PeterMilligan and then-fledgling artist Creator/ChrisBachalo. Like the work of previous British authors Creator/NeilGaiman, Creator/GrantMorrison and Creator/AlanMoore, the series was highly experimental, combining history, mythology, literary allusions, and genre deconstruction. The series would run seventy issues, reaching its conclusion in 1996.

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The reboot was written in 1990 under Britwave author Creator/PeterMilligan and then-fledgling artist Creator/ChrisBachalo.Chris Bachalo. Like the work of previous British authors Creator/NeilGaiman, Creator/GrantMorrison and Creator/AlanMoore, the series was highly experimental, combining history, mythology, literary allusions, and genre deconstruction. The series would run seventy issues, reaching its conclusion in 1996.
24th Sep '16 2:02:20 AM Vandegraff1
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** Shade's powers were just as often the plaything of his own issue-riddled subconscious. And the more adept Shade got at using his powers, the more colossally his fucked up mind could fashion a MindFuck.

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** Shade's powers were just as often the plaything of his own issue-riddled subconscious. And the more adept Shade got at using his powers, the more colossally his fucked up mind could fashion a MindFuck.MindScrew.
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