first_imgvia BOOM! StudiosSiobhan Keenan’s art style wonderfully captures the world of Clueless. She has a sharp, sleek style that’s made for this comic, especially when it comes to fashion and the power of character expression. She distinguishes the girls in their sense of who they are and even adds a little bit more about them and their individual personalities.Shan Murphy’s stellar colors are so complimentary to Keenan’s lines. It feels like they were just meant to join as one. The colors are muted and soft. It adds a gentle feel throughout that goes hand and hand with Keenan’s art. The overall feel of the comic is warm and inviting, which makes you want to pick up the comic even more.Clueless: Senior Year is a delightful continuation for the girls from Beverly Hills. This team truly captured what Amy Heckerling created and continued a story that is realistic and sublime. I can’t recommend this comic enough for fans of the original movie. I’m totally buggin’ out over it and you will too.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Planet of the Apes: Visionaries is Unpredictable, Stunning and WildVariant Covers to Grab This Week (8/29/18) “Your favorite girls from Beverly Hills are back in an all-new, all-original adventure! It’s senior year, and Cher, Dionne, and Tai find themselves in a bit of a crisis of self… where are they meant to go, and what are they meant to DO after high school? Luckily they have all year, and each other’s help, to figure it out!”I was never a big fan of the Clueless movie. The coming of age film was never my thing. I was way more a The Craft girl. However, Clueless: Senior Year allowed me to revisit the classic movie. I have to say; I dig it a little more now!CLUELESS: SENIOR YEAR(W): Amber Benson & Sarah Kuhn (A): Siobhan Keenan (C): Shan Murphy (L): Jim Campbell (CA): Natacha BustosClueless: Senior Year brings the girls of Beverly Hills to life once again. We read as they go through the most important year of their lives before hitting adulthood. Senior Year. Yes, that dreaded year where you figure out what you might want to do for the rest of your life. Cher, Dionne, and Tai hit this realization hard as they each come to grips with their identities and what they want to do.via BOOM! StudiosClueless: Senior Year is sort-of a continuation from the cult hit movie Clueless, written and directed by Amy Heckerling. Amber Benson and Sarah Kuhn take her girls and usher them into the hardships of accomplishing their final year unscathed.Benson and Kuhn span out three stories in a year, allowing you to follow the girls through the seasons of the year. Cher suffers an identity crisis as she tries to figure out what career suits her best. Dionne aka D wants her voice heard. She steps out from being Cher’s sidekick to become her own Batman. Tai suffers a tragic loss in her family. She has to decide to either go to art school or run her great-aunts apple farm.Benson and Kuhn write the girls openly and honestly enhancing the original characters and source material. They also keep the nostalgia of in their flawless writing as well. The best part about narrative is they keep the female friendship at the heart of the story. Cher, Dionne and Tai’s friendship are an important element in any piece Clueless work. Even if they have a tiff or disagree with each other, they always come back together. Their bond stays stronger than ever.center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more