Mark Millar's Daughter's New Comic 'Lion Girl' Undercuts Industry Prices by Two Thirds

Elite hacker Mark Millar's Daughter managed once again to gain control of her father's Twitter account last night. This time, however, instead of promoting superheroes from rivals of dad Mark Millar's own Millarworld label, the six-year-old instead promoted her own new ongoing comic book, Lion Girl, which she's selling for just one pound, or approximately $1.34 USD. That's about 1/3 the price of a standard Marvel or DC comic book (or a Millarworld one, for that matter).

Three secret identities! That sure is more than Batgirl, or pretty much any superhero. We'd like to hear more about this jungle necklace too, and how exactly it affects Lion Girl's powers. Sadly, Millar regained control of his Twitter account before she could reveal more details.

Well, you know how the saying goes. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, somebody get this little girl a Netflix deal!

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