Aurora Rose

Aurora is a typical teenage girl…sort of. She would love to go to the mall, would love to spend her time talking on the phone and texting her friends. She would love to go on dates and worry her father with the advances of teenage boys. She would love to do all that. She can’t. She has a job, but not the run of the mill kind of after school gig. Aurora masquerades as a babysitter. Not in some shady way, but as cover, in her never-ending quest to fight the forces of darkness. Born with a mythical birthmark, Aurora is one of only a few people who can stand in the way of darkness taking over the light…

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Created by William Wilson and Jason Stevens, drawn by Taylor Bills, cover art by Tone Rodriguez.



Revenge is a dish best served cold. Or in this case, cold and calculated. The Wicked Witch of the West has been planning her revenge for a while, building her forces up and gaining strength. When she finally does exact her vengeance on the young girl from Kansas who threw water on her, the Witch finds out time has not been kind. Dorothy is long gone. In her place is her great-granddaughter, D. In the Witch’s eyes, a Gale is a Gale, and someone is going to pay. That means young Dorothea. The hard-headed, truck driving, tomboy is bored with her life in Kansas, and would drop a house on somebody if it would make time go faster. Exactly the type of person the Wicked Witch can make an example out of.

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Created by Jason Stevens, William Wilson, Lesley Vamos. Written by Jason Stevens and William Wilson, art by Lesley Vamos


Big Bad Wolf

Peter and Abby Cole. A brother. His sister. Bounty hunters.

Inflicted with a bloodline curse that is slowly turning him into a monster, Peter must find and kill the only person with the key to his salvation, a person known only as The Old Man…a man…who can seemingly vanish with the wind.

It won’t be easy.

Blackmailed into aiding the FBI, Peter and Abby now roam the back roads of America, solving the unsolvable and destroying all manners of evil wherever it may hide. But the clock is slowly winding down on Peter Cole. Time is running out. If he cannot find and kill The Old Man, if he cannot change his fate…Peter Cole will become…The Big Bad Wolf.

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Created by Shane West, William Wilson, Jason Stevens, and Jean-Paul Deshong, written by Jason Steven, Shane West, William Wilson, art by Jean-Paul Deshong



A dirty cop named Brick Thomas has been robbed of all of his money, and the only way to get it back is to listen the thief that took it and "kill" a certain person. However when he finds out that the thief is the son of a suicide victim from another case seeking revenge, Brick has to change the game up a bit to stay alive.

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Created, written, and illustrated by Jey Odin


The Diplomat

On a serene, picturesque morning in the South Pacific, an unidentified aircraft flies over the massive aircraft carrier, U.S.S. Grant. Moments later, the ocean’s gaping maw opens in a merciless display. The carrier is decimated, taken down to the depths. The resulting tidal wave washes ashore in Oahu. As the sailors at the naval base try to clean up the mess, North Korean officials are assassinated, one after the other. The nation immediately points a finger at their southern neighbor. Both militaries ramp up, ready to start a war. Enter the “Diplomat.” Cain Olsen works in the shadows. His job is to negotiate impossible deals at any cost. To keep the peace, Olsen is sent to China to bridge the impasse on the Korean Peninsula. But when he is framed for the deaths of the foreign dignitaries, he winds up the focus of an international manhunt. The only way to clear his name becomes the only way to avoid a nuclear holocaust: uncover the truth. The truth behind the North Korean slayings….and about the super weapon poised to bring the United States to its knees.

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Created by Neil Thompson and William Wilson, written by Neil Thompson, covers by Eric Henson, art by Claudio Sepulveda



Unmasked tells the story of a young journalist, Paige Cruise, who is on a mission to unmask rogues superheroes. Super villains have ruled the world for the past ten years after they wiped the 20th Century Heroes off the face of the earth. After the "Decade from Hell", a new group of heroes has emerged calling themselves the New Age Heroes and they're led by a "legacy", Dagger II. At first Paige is ecstatic that the heroes have returned, but as events unfold, it's horrifyingly clear, these heroes are just as bad as the super villains. To make matters worse, several of them are legacies as they've adopted the mantle of many of the original 20th Century Heroes. Paige, who has the solid belief that "Heroes Don't Kill" chases after the New Age Heroes in an attempt to unmask them and reveal their true identities to the world. In doing so, she feels she can rob them of their power, mystery and eventually learn the reasons why they are wearing the masks. Paige is aided by the reformed super villain Eric Ziest and her rookie partner Scott Davidson. Together they navigate a chaotic world riddled with secrets and superpowers and they won't stop until everyone is UNMASKED.

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Created and written by Michael Sarrao, art by John Broglia, cover colors by Yuan Cakra, cover inks by Mark McKenna


Rag Tag

Sister and brother duo of Jess and Max Gibson are out on the mean streets taking care of crime. Max is the brains of the operation and Jess is the brawn. He's a genius and she's a super-powered hero. Along with Sophie Moore, who is an old friend of Jess' and an old flame of Max's, the trio search for two-bit villains who spend their time terrorizing small, mid-west towns. They're hoping to be ready for Los Angeles, where the hero and villain game is big business. Only they don't realize that there is something dark looming over Jess' journey.

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Created by William Wilson, Jason Stevens, and Rashad Doucet, drawn by Rashad Doucet and Tara Carrigan.


The Soul-ution

In a story that touches on determination and perseverance, Rapper T-Shyne and writer William Wilson tell of a samurai who must defeat a masked villain, an Oni-like figure responsible for the death of his father. Artist Jean-Paul Deshong brings the story to life in crisp and beautiful detail.

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Written by T-Shyne and William Wilson
Art by Jean Paul Deshong


Digger Jones

The famed Scientist-Photographer-Body Builder Digger Jones and his faithful companion Lucy the She-Ape, are on the run again! One miss-adventure to another, they continue the search for the elusive forward-walking crab (to add to Digger’s amazing research collection!) From Man-Eating Plants to a Tyrannosaurus Rex, Snow Beasts to TigerMen Cannibals in the deep in the hidden forests of Bora Bora…Join us in a conversation with the elder Digger with a Martini in hand, (in between his sudden naps!) as he reveals for the first time, his amazing tall astonishing tales of late 19th century! The man…the myth and the questionable legend… He is DIGGER JONES, Adventurer of the Lost Worlds!

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art and story by Mach Yeager


Something Beautiful

Happy Mother's day from everyone at Arch Enemy. In a collection of short stories, kicked off by Producer of 'Maleficent' and 'Step Up' Matt Smith, members of Arch Enemy send their best wishes to their mothers.

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Cover by Mike Feehan Written by Matt Smith, Tom Bolding, Mach Yeager Jean Paul Deshong Art by Mike Feehan, Mach Yeager and Jean Paul Deshong


A Christmas for Mary

Writer Amanda Domenech tells a personal story for Christmas about a young girl who wants her father to come home from being deployed overseas. When she helps a homeless man out of the goodness of her heart, the spirit of Christmas sees fit to grant her wish and the family is whole once more. Artist Jean-Paul Deshong brings a classic Christmas feel to the story, using art reminiscent of black and white films.

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Written by Amanda Domenech
Art by Jean-Paul Deshong


F-00 Fighters

In the early morning hours of December 7, 1941, the United States of America was attacked without warning, provocation or cause. The attackers effectively crippled the American armed forces and nearly forced a complete surrender. On December 8, 1941, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, declared war against the invading forces. On December 9, 1941, Executive Order 060412 was authorized by the President. The Pentagon implemented the order and created the nation's first line of defense against the threat. The story of the brave men who took to the skies to protect not only the nation, but the world, can finally be told. This is that story.

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Created by William Wilson and Jason Stevens, drawn by Jason Reeves, colored by Luis Guerrero, and lettered by Taylor Bills.

About Arch Enemy

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change” - Charles Darwin

Arch Enemy Entertainment was formed with a single goal in mind. Delivering the highest quality product possible. Excellence is the highest priority. As a media company, we are not bound by genre or platform. We believe that a good story does not have to be bound to any one place. In the modern world where the digital platform is the new standard, no form is off limits.

Our creators are well versed in all forms of media and can deliver content no matter where they are in the world. The people under the Arch Enemy label span the globe, living not just in one market, but in all of them. We can deliver digital media anywhere in the world, and match it to specific markets. We have worked with every entertainment medium, from graphic novels to television, from feature films to novels, music, and distribution. The reality is Arch Enemy is not bound by any one label, except our own.

Whether it's revolutionizing digital platforming or creating a vast library of intellectual properties, Arch Enemy stands on the cutting edge for creating content in the digital market. We believe in giving the audience the highest quality product and the most in-depth experience. We take digital media a step further, offering extras and behind-the-scenes insights that allow our audience to truly be immersed in the product we create. When people purchase our work, we want that to mean something, no matter where it is. It's not just about sales; it's about giving our audiences something they haven't seen before.

Quality is number one. We hold ourselves to a higher standard than all the rest. Settling will not cut it. Our product is designed to be captivating and exciting. We want people coming back each week, or each month to see what happens next. At the end of the day, what happens is a whole new way of meeting the expectations of the populace. What happens is making sure we give people what they pay for.

We aren't the conventional. We aren't the standard. We don't' follow the pack. We aren't the good guys. We are Arch Enemy.


William Wilson headshot

William Wilson

From rural Tennessee to the bright lights of Los Angeles, William Wilson has come a long way. The journey began in the summer of 1999.

With only a pickup truck (which he still owns) and a few dollars to his name, William, along with a few friends, made their way westward to California. After only a few months, William landed an internship with George Clooney's production company and quickly learned the ropes of the entertainment business. Not long after, he was introduced to two of the biggest names in movies, John Carpenter and the late Debra Hill. This relationship led to work on a third installment of the Snake Plissken series, which in turn led to his first major comic book gig, writing for G.I. Joe: Frontline. Armed with an acute business savvy, William formed his company, Arch Enemy Entertainment. From there the projects fell into place and found work with clients like Vin di Bona Productions and Transformers movie star, Tyrese Gibson. The project done with Vin di Bona was featured in Variety and Tyrese Gibson's project, the Image comic, "MAYHEM!," was the first to be published on the iTunes LP. Now, William has added one more goal to his list. He continually works to pay forward his past success by looking for and giving a voice to all of the up and coming artists within his fields.

Chet Yeary II

Chet Yeary II
Chief Digital Officer

With a vast career spanning 20 years, Chet Yeary has done it all. From being a creative director, to a graphic designer, to advertising, to designing brands and their content for the web, Chet has expertise in the digital realm miles beyond some of his contemporaries. His work has been seen on hit television series like ‘Numbers’ and ‘Dexter’, as well other great digital and retail brands in the Dallas area. Chet brings his unique and dynamic skillset to help make Arch Enemy Entertainment a global leader in the marketplace.

Antoinette Domenech

Antoinette Domenech

Antoinette Domenech has developed her ability to plan and create conventions and shows by working with Creation Entertainment. She works in the talent department as an associate producer where she endeavors to hone her skills. She is in charge of booking travel, scheduling, and paying the talent for their appearances. Toni is also in charge of event prepping and volunteer organization. She has been working for the company for only three years and already has successful booked more than 75 live events all throughout the United States & Canada. Toni completed her B.F.A. Degree in Fine Arts & Cinema with a Minor in Producing at Columbia College Hollywood (CCH). She was inducted to the Laurel Society with a 3.8 GPA, earning her Magna Cum-Laude honors. Throughout her time at CCH she achieved numerous successes producing her fellow student film projects.

Amanda Domenech

Amanda Domenech

Amanda Domenech moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career as a writer. Every day, Amanda strives to create content that showcase her talents in multiple genres.  Her love of dynamic characters pushes her creativity, and helps to keep her from being restricted to any one particular genre. From coming of age stories to high concept projects, her range is limitless. Amanda graduated with Honors at Columbia College Hollywood with a BFA is writing. Throughout her time in film school she created short films as a writer and editor, several of which have been showcased in numerous film festivals.  Above all else, Amanda loves doing one thing... telling a good story.  There are no boundaries as far as she concerned, stemming from her belief that limitation can only come from yourself.  Amanda breaks the mold as a female writer, not only making groundbreaking content, but by developing content that can cross multiple media forms.


At Arch Enemy, we are always looking for talented and motivated people. Sequential artists and concept artists are always needed for our long list of slated works. We are always looking for good colorists as well. Unfortunately, we are not looking for writers, letterers, or inkers at this time. We respect these talents but currently do not have need of them. For all of those interested in submitting their portfolio, please send it to:

Submissions for sequential artists should include five pages of sequentials and a splash page. Submissions for conceptual artists should include a finished five-point turnaround for a character, original renderings, and a rough design of that character to give a complete view of work. Submissions for colorists should include five pages of finished colored and the original black and white pages. All those wishing to submit should send these materials and contact information to:

Please note, any materials submitted should not be restricted under copyright law. Any work from other companies should bear such a notation. Those who would like to request sample pages from us may do so. Please request one of three genres: action, hero, suspense.

Anyone wishing to submit a completed comic work: submissions should consist of five pages from the work. We are unable to look at more for legal reasons.

Anyone wishing to submit a finished novel: submissions should include the first 30 pages of the manuscript. This should encapsulate the first chapter and part of the next, or the submission should be the entirety of chapter one of the manuscript if it is longer than 30 pages itself.

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