Black Enchantress (2005) comic books
By Wilson Hill and J. Adam Walters. Hot on the heels of Flare comes the naughty Black Enchantress! She's quite possibly the world's most accomplished practitioner of magic. She's also evil incarnate in the body of an adorable little girl. Or so, at least, she wants her enemies to believe. But if it's true that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, what does that say about where unabashed badness might take you? The origin of Heroic Publishing's wicked little silver-haired sorceress is told at last in this long-awaited first issue of Black Enchantress, featuring three all-new, full-color adventures. 32pgs, FC. Cover price $2.99.
Cover by Mark Morales. Written by Wilson Hill and Dennis Mallonee. Art by J. Adam Walters and Chris Marrinan. In the second all-new, full-color issue of Black Enchantress, our wicked little silver-haired sorceress dons her 'Arcanna the WitchGirl' hat and travels to Brooklyn on a mission to find and rescue a missing teenager from the clutches of "The Mysterious Mister Monocle"! Also in this issue, it's "The Origin of Psyche," as we begin a new series of mysteries starring our strawberry-tressed occult detective, Psyche! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.
Cover by J. Adam Walters. Written by Wilson Hill and Dennis Mallonee. Art by J. Adam Walters, Chris Marrinan and Duval Stowers. The fraternity hijinks get a little out of hand when the Black Enchantress and her college cheerleader friends attend a toga party at Sigma Epsilon Chi. Also: a set of horrific deaths puts Psyche on the trail of another occult mystery! Plus: the untold origin of the Black Enchantress's faithful manservant, Sig! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.