London, Nov 3 (ANI): Princess Diana has become a comic book heroine, as her life story has been turned into a pictorial biography by Bluewater Comics.
The new comic book, titled 'Female Force: Princess Diana' is aimed at a young audience and describes the princess as a "modern British icon" and an "admirable woman".
On the other hand, the Royal Family are portrayed as "stoic" - and Prince Charles is accused of making "a half-hearted cloak-and-dagger attempt to conceal his relationship with long-time mistress Camilla Parker-Bowles".
The book, priced at 3.99 dollars, also includes details about the "Camillagate" tapes that featured an X-rated chat between Charles and Camilla.
The book has memorable scenes from every era of Diana's life, including the announcement of her engagement to Prince Charles, their lavish wedding in 1981, meeting US president Ronald Reagan and dancing with Hollywood actor John Travolta.
It also features her infamous interview with the BBC's Martin Bashir, including her memorable remark: "There were three of us in this marriage. So it was a bit crowded," reports The Sun.
There are also illustrations of the last days of Diana's life - including her holiday with Dodi Al Fayed, the tunnel in Paris where they died in a car crash and her funeral.
Other "characters" include the Queen, former PM Tony Blair, Mother Theresa, Diana's brother Charles Spencer and her sons, Princes William and Harry.
Darren Davis, who runs Bluewater Comics, is hoping that the comic will spread the princess's "inspiring" story to a new generation.
""We want readers to learn what she has done," he said.
The comic's blurb reads: "Although her life was ultimately cut short, she forever holds a place as a modern British icon and admirable woman not only to England but to the entire world." (ANI)