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Posted by The_Hooligan

Enchantress is pretty neat. I'd at least try reading a series staring her.

Posted by akbogert

She was featured in the Black Widow & The Marvel Girls mini I just read. I would love to see more of her.

Posted by satyrgod

What would you suggest for a plot?

Posted by Mr_Hudson

@satyrgod said:

What would you suggest for a plot?

Crazy awesome magical adventures.

Posted by satyrgod
@Mr_Hudson: In Asgard?  Nornheim?  Fighting Doom or Morgam Le Fey?  Allying herself with Mephisto or Selene or Dormamu?  Insinuating herself in the affairs of Thor or Loki?  Rivaling Scarlet Witch or Margali Szardos?  Defeating X-Men or Avengers?  Taking us to realms unknown?  What would you expect to see in this series?
Posted by Mr_Hudson

@satyrgod: I wouldn't know what to expect, all the more reason to check it out.

Posted by judasnixon

I can dig an Enchantress four issue mini about her history or her and Sif have an arc together in Journey Into Mystery.

Posted by Pyrogram

@The_Hooligan said:

Enchantress is pretty neat. I'd at least try reading a series staring her.

^^

Posted by Veitha

@judasnixon said:

I can dig an Enchantress four issue mini about her history or her and Sif have an arc together in Journey Into Mystery.

I'd like to see this

Edited by juno9
@satyrgod: The Enchantress, seeking to avoid the dangerous mess that the early twenty-first century has become, casts a spell in which she transports herself back in time  to Belle Epoque Paris and hides there, enjoying the city and mingling with historical characters until she meets up with Selene Gallio, the Black Queen, who has installed herself as the mistress of an orphanage and is draining the little children there of their energy (she's a psychic vampire).  Amora the Enchantress finds her heart at last as she cannot stand to see the little children abused in this manner.  A war of the goddesses ensues that I wish to entitle "Enchantresses of Paris."   What do you think?
Posted by satyrgod
@juno9
Sounds absolutely fantastic, highly creative.  I would so buy that mini-series.  Love both characters and their conflicting personality types and very different looks would add to the appeal.
Posted by juno9

Thank you!  I started writing it last night.  It opens with the Enchantress in period dress visiting the House of Guerlain in Paris, the year of the famous Paris World Fair.  She has commissioned Monsieur Guerlain to concoct a "fragrance" for her from a recipe, but the fragrance is really a magic potion that can turn men into love slaves.  I figured that since she's hiding out in the past then she can't really use a lot of Asgardian magic, lest she attract the attention of Odin or Frigga.  With the right graphic artist this story could be visually stunning, complete with vistas of Belle Epoque Paris.  Guess what the name of the fragrance will be?

Posted by The_Lunact_And_Manic

@The_Hooligan said:

Enchantress is pretty neat. I'd at least try reading a series staring her.