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‘Clueless: Senior Year’ brings back the 90’s

The gang is back and the 90's vibes are strong, but come alongside uncertainty of their future...

There are few things that truly speak of an entire decade the way the movie & tv series Clueless spoke of the 1990’s, and just in time to make every 90’s kid feel old, Boom! Studios has released Clueless Senior Year.


Following Cher and friends during their last year in high school (following along the films plot), it promises all the drama, shopping, over the top outfits, and school that the series was famous for, but also asking important questions. The friends are facing something very universal feelings and fears that all teens have to eventually face, what the journey will be after high school…

Your favorite girls from Beverly Hills are back in an all-new 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!

BOOM! Studios

We are very excited! And with it being written by Amber Benson and Sarah Kuhn, art work done by Siobhan Keenan, and a cover by Natacha Bustos that I really need as a poster off, you should be excited too!


Clueless: Senior year is available in comic shops and in the BOOM! online store. Digital versions are also available.

(Source Credit and All images belong to BOOM! Studios)


Tai Radway spends most of his time writing letters about how much he misses Gravity Falls and playing World Of Warcraft. When he can find the time between raids, he acts as the Editor-in-Chief of Nerdier Tides. You can Follow him @Trad27.


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