Kylie Jenner has made herself into a beauty icon, a cosmetics queen, and a chameleon—she rarely looks the same from one day to the next, be it a result of a rainbow wig, hair extensions, contouring, or lip injections (about which she may or may not be forthcoming, depending on her mood.) But while her looks change from day to day, they have  drastically changed over the years. 

While some of that is to be expected from any girl growing up, Jenner isn't just any girl. She's a satellite Kardashian, and these women are known for their major makeovers. Let's see how Jenner (seen here with a wax figure of her very first Met Gala look from May 2016) has changed her looks over the years.

Seen here with dad Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner and mom Kris Jenner in December 2000, this may be the very last time we saw Kylie with her natural hair color and without a whole lot of makeup plastered on her cute face. 

The new and revamped SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL series is already spiraling into the madness! DC just released its collected edition arc of “Earth Girl Made Easy” by Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone. Another piece of DC’s new YOUNG ANIMAL imprint, SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL is more of a continuation of previous Shade titles.

The series brings fans back to the world of Meta, a planet from another dimension. The study of the emotional context the “Madness” has been discontinued on Meta. An easy way to understand the madness is to think of it as an emotion with power, similar to how the Green Lantern Corps use Will to fuel their rings. Loma, an obsessive fan of Rac Shade, steals his famous multi colored and spotted Madness-Vest from a museum to follow in his footsteps. The M-Vest was created to take users where Madness emotions rate exceptionally high. Now, experiencing life as an Earth girl and gripping the power of the madness is no easy task as our new central character Loma finds out.

Shade is a creation from the legendary Steve Ditko in 1977. Ditko’s series was only eight issues but introduced fugitive and secret agent, Rac Shade, the M-vest (or Miraclo Vest) and the world of Meta. After the short-lived series, Shade then appeared in various SUICIDE SQUAD arcs.

2016 has been a strange, vibrant year for DC Comics.  When last year’s DC You initiative, which brought unique and offbeat titles such as Prez ,  Omega Men , and  Bat-Mite to the forefront of the line failed to translate into financial success, the company responded with DC Rebirth.  This latter movement has largely proven to be a return to DC’s core characters and values, aiming to appeal to their enfranchised core audience rather than the world at large.  The work has been good, but it’s also been safe.

Luckily, for readers who look down from the open doors of a plane at 30,000 feet and spit at the notion of a parachute, Umbrella Academy  writer and former My Chemical Romance lead singer Gerard Way has created the Young Animal imprint at DC Comics. While all the series launched as part of the imprint are in continuity and are largely inspired by previously existing DC properties, the goal behind these projects is to experiment and reinvent the wheel.  Do they succeed?  That’s what the Comics Beat managing editor Alex Lu and entertainment editor Kyle Pinion are here to discuss.  Book by book. Panel by panel.

Note: the review below contains **spoilers** . If you want a quick, spoiler-free buy/pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our final verdict.

Lipstick is a cosmetic product containing pigments , oils , waxes , and emollients that apply color, texture, and protection to the lips .

Many colors and types of lipstick exist. As with most other types of makeup, lipstick is typically, but not exclusively, worn by women. Some lipsticks are also lip balms, to add color and hydration.

Although the name originally applied to the baton (stick) of material, within a tubular container, usually around 10mm in diameter and 50mm in length the term has now generally transposed to the material itself, regardless of method of application.

Kylie Jenner has made herself into a beauty icon, a cosmetics queen, and a chameleon—she rarely looks the same from one day to the next, be it a result of a rainbow wig, hair extensions, contouring, or lip injections (about which she may or may not be forthcoming, depending on her mood.) But while her looks change from day to day, they have  drastically changed over the years. 

While some of that is to be expected from any girl growing up, Jenner isn't just any girl. She's a satellite Kardashian, and these women are known for their major makeovers. Let's see how Jenner (seen here with a wax figure of her very first Met Gala look from May 2016) has changed her looks over the years.

Seen here with dad Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner and mom Kris Jenner in December 2000, this may be the very last time we saw Kylie with her natural hair color and without a whole lot of makeup plastered on her cute face. 

The new and revamped SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL series is already spiraling into the madness! DC just released its collected edition arc of “Earth Girl Made Easy” by Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone. Another piece of DC’s new YOUNG ANIMAL imprint, SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL is more of a continuation of previous Shade titles.

The series brings fans back to the world of Meta, a planet from another dimension. The study of the emotional context the “Madness” has been discontinued on Meta. An easy way to understand the madness is to think of it as an emotion with power, similar to how the Green Lantern Corps use Will to fuel their rings. Loma, an obsessive fan of Rac Shade, steals his famous multi colored and spotted Madness-Vest from a museum to follow in his footsteps. The M-Vest was created to take users where Madness emotions rate exceptionally high. Now, experiencing life as an Earth girl and gripping the power of the madness is no easy task as our new central character Loma finds out.

Shade is a creation from the legendary Steve Ditko in 1977. Ditko’s series was only eight issues but introduced fugitive and secret agent, Rac Shade, the M-vest (or Miraclo Vest) and the world of Meta. After the short-lived series, Shade then appeared in various SUICIDE SQUAD arcs.

2016 has been a strange, vibrant year for DC Comics.  When last year’s DC You initiative, which brought unique and offbeat titles such as Prez ,  Omega Men , and  Bat-Mite to the forefront of the line failed to translate into financial success, the company responded with DC Rebirth.  This latter movement has largely proven to be a return to DC’s core characters and values, aiming to appeal to their enfranchised core audience rather than the world at large.  The work has been good, but it’s also been safe.

Luckily, for readers who look down from the open doors of a plane at 30,000 feet and spit at the notion of a parachute, Umbrella Academy  writer and former My Chemical Romance lead singer Gerard Way has created the Young Animal imprint at DC Comics. While all the series launched as part of the imprint are in continuity and are largely inspired by previously existing DC properties, the goal behind these projects is to experiment and reinvent the wheel.  Do they succeed?  That’s what the Comics Beat managing editor Alex Lu and entertainment editor Kyle Pinion are here to discuss.  Book by book. Panel by panel.

Note: the review below contains **spoilers** . If you want a quick, spoiler-free buy/pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our final verdict.

Lipstick is a cosmetic product containing pigments , oils , waxes , and emollients that apply color, texture, and protection to the lips .

Many colors and types of lipstick exist. As with most other types of makeup, lipstick is typically, but not exclusively, worn by women. Some lipsticks are also lip balms, to add color and hydration.

Although the name originally applied to the baton (stick) of material, within a tubular container, usually around 10mm in diameter and 50mm in length the term has now generally transposed to the material itself, regardless of method of application.

Hollywood can be a killer. Literally. Shade, the Changing Girl #12 opens with Loma and Honey on the set about to make movie magic when all hell breaks loose.

Honey/Megan is delighted to be back in the lime light and in a younger body. She is highly opinionated and ready for set. You can see Loma’s excitement and her infatuation with the movie star life. She exudes innocence and pure glee as they ready Honey/Megan for set. Hanging over her as they apply makeup, Loma is asked to remain with the other “stage Moms”. Just as they are calling Honey/Megan to the stage Lepuck arrives.

Poor Lepuck. He dives head first into his deep feelings for Loma; expressing all the pent up emotions he has felt for the last few months. Lepuck exudes a confidence we have not seen in earlier issues. Demanding that Loma listen to him. He comes to terms with this rollercoaster he has been living only to discover this is not Loma. Who is this stranger? Where is Loma?

Kylie Jenner has made herself into a beauty icon, a cosmetics queen, and a chameleon—she rarely looks the same from one day to the next, be it a result of a rainbow wig, hair extensions, contouring, or lip injections (about which she may or may not be forthcoming, depending on her mood.) But while her looks change from day to day, they have  drastically changed over the years. 

While some of that is to be expected from any girl growing up, Jenner isn't just any girl. She's a satellite Kardashian, and these women are known for their major makeovers. Let's see how Jenner (seen here with a wax figure of her very first Met Gala look from May 2016) has changed her looks over the years.

Seen here with dad Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner and mom Kris Jenner in December 2000, this may be the very last time we saw Kylie with her natural hair color and without a whole lot of makeup plastered on her cute face. 

Kylie Jenner has made herself into a beauty icon, a cosmetics queen, and a chameleon—she rarely looks the same from one day to the next, be it a result of a rainbow wig, hair extensions, contouring, or lip injections (about which she may or may not be forthcoming, depending on her mood.) But while her looks change from day to day, they have  drastically changed over the years. 

While some of that is to be expected from any girl growing up, Jenner isn't just any girl. She's a satellite Kardashian, and these women are known for their major makeovers. Let's see how Jenner (seen here with a wax figure of her very first Met Gala look from May 2016) has changed her looks over the years.

Seen here with dad Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner and mom Kris Jenner in December 2000, this may be the very last time we saw Kylie with her natural hair color and without a whole lot of makeup plastered on her cute face. 

The new and revamped SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL series is already spiraling into the madness! DC just released its collected edition arc of “Earth Girl Made Easy” by Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone. Another piece of DC’s new YOUNG ANIMAL imprint, SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL is more of a continuation of previous Shade titles.

The series brings fans back to the world of Meta, a planet from another dimension. The study of the emotional context the “Madness” has been discontinued on Meta. An easy way to understand the madness is to think of it as an emotion with power, similar to how the Green Lantern Corps use Will to fuel their rings. Loma, an obsessive fan of Rac Shade, steals his famous multi colored and spotted Madness-Vest from a museum to follow in his footsteps. The M-Vest was created to take users where Madness emotions rate exceptionally high. Now, experiencing life as an Earth girl and gripping the power of the madness is no easy task as our new central character Loma finds out.

Shade is a creation from the legendary Steve Ditko in 1977. Ditko’s series was only eight issues but introduced fugitive and secret agent, Rac Shade, the M-vest (or Miraclo Vest) and the world of Meta. After the short-lived series, Shade then appeared in various SUICIDE SQUAD arcs.

2016 has been a strange, vibrant year for DC Comics.  When last year’s DC You initiative, which brought unique and offbeat titles such as Prez ,  Omega Men , and  Bat-Mite to the forefront of the line failed to translate into financial success, the company responded with DC Rebirth.  This latter movement has largely proven to be a return to DC’s core characters and values, aiming to appeal to their enfranchised core audience rather than the world at large.  The work has been good, but it’s also been safe.

Luckily, for readers who look down from the open doors of a plane at 30,000 feet and spit at the notion of a parachute, Umbrella Academy  writer and former My Chemical Romance lead singer Gerard Way has created the Young Animal imprint at DC Comics. While all the series launched as part of the imprint are in continuity and are largely inspired by previously existing DC properties, the goal behind these projects is to experiment and reinvent the wheel.  Do they succeed?  That’s what the Comics Beat managing editor Alex Lu and entertainment editor Kyle Pinion are here to discuss.  Book by book. Panel by panel.

Note: the review below contains **spoilers** . If you want a quick, spoiler-free buy/pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our final verdict.

Kylie Jenner has made herself into a beauty icon, a cosmetics queen, and a chameleon—she rarely looks the same from one day to the next, be it a result of a rainbow wig, hair extensions, contouring, or lip injections (about which she may or may not be forthcoming, depending on her mood.) But while her looks change from day to day, they have  drastically changed over the years. 

While some of that is to be expected from any girl growing up, Jenner isn't just any girl. She's a satellite Kardashian, and these women are known for their major makeovers. Let's see how Jenner (seen here with a wax figure of her very first Met Gala look from May 2016) has changed her looks over the years.

Seen here with dad Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner and mom Kris Jenner in December 2000, this may be the very last time we saw Kylie with her natural hair color and without a whole lot of makeup plastered on her cute face. 

The new and revamped SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL series is already spiraling into the madness! DC just released its collected edition arc of “Earth Girl Made Easy” by Cecil Castellucci and Marley Zarcone. Another piece of DC’s new YOUNG ANIMAL imprint, SHADE THE CHANGING GIRL is more of a continuation of previous Shade titles.

The series brings fans back to the world of Meta, a planet from another dimension. The study of the emotional context the “Madness” has been discontinued on Meta. An easy way to understand the madness is to think of it as an emotion with power, similar to how the Green Lantern Corps use Will to fuel their rings. Loma, an obsessive fan of Rac Shade, steals his famous multi colored and spotted Madness-Vest from a museum to follow in his footsteps. The M-Vest was created to take users where Madness emotions rate exceptionally high. Now, experiencing life as an Earth girl and gripping the power of the madness is no easy task as our new central character Loma finds out.

Shade is a creation from the legendary Steve Ditko in 1977. Ditko’s series was only eight issues but introduced fugitive and secret agent, Rac Shade, the M-vest (or Miraclo Vest) and the world of Meta. After the short-lived series, Shade then appeared in various SUICIDE SQUAD arcs.

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