The COO of Facebook Sheryl Sandberg is going to be the star of a new "Female Force" comic book, "Female Force: Sheryl Sandberg."
The 22-page book will be a visual biography of her life, without any superhero powers, according to CNET.
It was written by Michael Frizell for Bluewater Productions.
"Bluewater's formula is to attempt to tell the story of the subject from birth to the present — that's a lot of ground to cover in 22 pages — so, I hit the highlights," Frizell tells CNET. "Her family, her education, the formation of her belief system, and her personal and professional successes make up her story."
The Sandberg comic, which comes out in June, won't include more from her book "Lean In," Frizell says: I would love to have explored 'Lean In' a bit more than I could roughly 80-90 panels. 'Lean In' is compelling and full of interesting and potentially controversial ideas. Had I another eight pages, I would have explored the book more, specifically focusing on the formation of those ideas and how she practices them in her life.
Previous books in the "Female Force" series include Martha Stewart, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and Ellen DeGeneres.