The smart and sassy little sister of T’Challa in the hugely popular Black Panther movie will get her own comic book series centered around Princess Shuri.

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Girls get ready to be nose-deep and engrossed in some reading material that will captivate you, probably as much as the movie did. And according to Bustle the comic books are coming very soon.

Marvel Entertainment is surely capitalizing on Shuri, who pretty much stole scenes with her wit and inspired young girls by making STEM look pretty cool. The series will be written by award-winning author Nnedi Okorafor, with art by Hawkeye artist Leonardo Romero.

Okorafor is a familiar to the Marvel family. She is the author of the digital comic series Black Panther: Long Live the King for Marvel.

“[Shuri is] an African young woman of genius level intelligence who is obsessed with technology and has traveled spiritually so far into the past that she’s seen Wakanda before it was Wakanda. The Ancestors call her Ancient Future. And she’s super ambitious. What do I love about her? Alllll that and more,”Okorafor is quoted as saying.

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Okorafor spoke about what’s expected ahead for the Shuri character.

“[Shuri is] an African young woman of genius level intelligence who is obsessed with technology and has traveled spiritually so far into the past that she’s seen Wakanda before it was Wakanda. The Ancestors call her Ancient Future. And she’s super ambitious. What do I love about her? Alllll that and more,” Okorafor told Bustle via email. “She’s a character in the Marvel Universe who really sings to me.”

The series will launch in October.

According to Bustle, the series will follow along the lines of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Black Panther comic book series, “where T’Challa has moved into space to explore the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, leaving the actual nation without a leader…which means that Shuri, as the next in line to the throne, has to step up as monarch, whether or not she likes it.”