In the early 1950s, Atlas published:
Well, if you've read enough Golden Age jungle hero books, there's not anything particularly interesting about Lorna.
Perhaps the was a copyright/trademark disagreement with some other "jungle queen"? Perhaps publisher Martin Goodman or editor Stan Lee had some odd whim that "Girl" would sell better than "Queen"? Was there a reason at all?
I'm sure there was some reason, but I've never been able to find it. That's your cue to tell me what you read in all your fancy book learnin', readers.
Or maybe we can just have her explain it herself when she turns up as a guest-star in the next Agents of Atlas story...