Daddy's Girl is a martial arts webcomic by Mike MacDee, which ran from 2013 to 2015. The comic was inspired by martial arts films of the 1980s and early 1990s, notably those of Steven Seagal, Olivier Gruner, and Jeff Speakman.
Daddy's Girl revolves around Andrea "Andy" Wilcox, an aikido and muay thai fighter who beats up a gangster girl in a bar, not realizing she was a prizefighter slated for a profitable fight that weekend. The promoter, money launderer Geri Kildare, forces Andy to fight in Beth's place in order to launder dirty money at the bookies. Amidst all this, Andy continues to struggle with her troubled past: haunted by a man she killed at age fifteen, the abuse she suffered at her mother's hands, and her role in the fate of her prizefighter father.
About the Creator
Mike MacDee was born and raised in Arizona, and shows a fondness for westerns in all of his works. He is a writer, artist, comic creator, game designer, cartoonist, illustrator, former teacher, and published author.
He hosts most of his work at his website, Mike's Toybox.
- Violence: Numerous characters are beaten up, sometimes to brutal effect (such as broken noses). Several characters are killed by gunshot wounds ranging from mild to graphic. Violence against children is implied multiple times.
- Language: A wide range of profanity and racial epithets are used frequently, but not to Tarantino levels.
- Adult Themes: Several panels depict partial or full nudity, but never graphic sex. Pornography and sexual violence are frequent topics of conversation.