I'm reading the novels right along with the students, and I've discovered a wonderful irony. Tricksters were waiting for me in Graphic Novels! Who knew!? I certainly don't have a comprehensive awareness of GNs yet, so to find so many tricksters in the few I do know, implies I may have stumbled onto a trend.
For instance, in the Printz-winning American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang, the story revolves around the Monkey King (a Chinese Trickster), shape changing and wreaking havoc in the life of a young boy.
In Noelle Stevenson's Nimona, the main character is a shape-shifting girl who craves making trouble.