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Second Wave Of Young Animal Delays To Start In March

Written by Tim Midura on Friday, December 15 2017 and posted in News with Benefits

Second Wave Of Young Animal Delays To Start In March

Three series will return alongside one new series.


Source: Paste Magazine

After a short hiatus, Young Animal's titles are returning in March with all new names, presumably to get readers to buy a new number one. Shade, The Changing Girl will become Shade, The Changing WomanCave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye will become Cave Carson Has an Interstellar Eye and Mother Panic will become Mother Panic: Gotham A.D. 

Doom Patrol is the only Young Animal title that didn't take a hiatus, but given the delays on the series, it might as well have. Joining the returning titles is a new miniseries in Eternity Girl, written by Magdalene Visaggio and drawn by Sonny Liew.

See cover art and solicit info for the new titles below.

Shade, The Changing Woman #1
Writer: Cecil Castellucci
Artists: Marley Zarcone, Jamie Coe (Backup Feature)
Release Date: March 7, 2018
Shade has shed her alien identity. She's stepped out of her original Earth body and into another one. Now, free of the burdens of any past life, and finally on her own, she sets out to see more of her new home. But how does she cope when the madness takes all the human emotions she was forced to confront in the Milk Wars and turns them into a bouillabaisse of memory and confusion? And to make it even more challenging, Shade must also face her namesake, the original Changing Man.

 

Cave Carson Has an Interstellar Eye #1
Writer: Jon Rivera
Artist: Michael Avon Oeming
Release Date: March 21, 2018
After a year of multiverse-hopping and fighting in the Milk Wars, returning to a normal life of digging and cave-diving just isn't the same for explorer Cave Carson. Sure, he's got his podcast, family and that cybernetic eye, but reminiscing about times gone by isn't the same as living. Luckily for Cave Carson and his daughter Chloe, they're about to get sucked into an all-new adventure—literally—when they go spelunking into a black hole! But what's caused this black hole to appear and what's its connection to the intergalactic music sensation, Adam Starglider?

 

Mother Panic: Gotham A.D. #1
Writer: Jody Houser
Artist: Ibrahim Moustafa
Release Date: March 28, 2017
After the fallout of Milk Wars, Violet Paige finds herself in a Gotham City unlike any we have seen before. Ten years into the future, in a world without a Batman, Gotham City has been taken over by the Collective, with Gala acting as Head of Citystate. In a high-tech town with zero tolerance toward caped crusaders and masked vigilantes, except for those designed by Gala and her association of aristocratic artisans, what's a woman who has vowed vengeance to do? And what's happened to her mother, Rebecca Paige? Perhaps a sad clown who makes balloon toys shaped as tommy guns and machetes on the abandoned Gotham docks has the answers. Find out for yourself as Mother Panic returns to a different Bat-time, different Bat-channel.







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