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The Mary Sue Exclusive: Cheryl Blossom in “High School Royalty”

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We’ve got a super neat exclusive peek at the brand new Cheryl Blossom digital trade!

Things are getting real over at Pembroke as a new student joins the ranks, putting Cheryl Blossom’s social status in jeopardy. Next thing you know, the new student is running against her for the class presidency, and as your and mine favorite high school pop punk song goes: it’s all downhill from here.

Check out the preview pages, and as always, you can find the full solicitation information below.
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 A new student has just joined Pembrooke High, and he’s turning Cheryl’s life upside-down! Is she falling in love, or falling down the social ladder? She’d better figure it out fast, before she loses the class president election to him! This digital exclusive collects the ‘Queen Bee’ storyline from B&V Friends Double Digest #209-212.

Script: Tania Del Rio

Art: Jeff Shultz, Al Milgrom, John Workman, Barry Grossman

Cover: Jeff Shultz, Al Milgrom, and Rosario “Tito” Peña

On Sale Date: 9/4

100-page, full color comic

$3.99 U.S.

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