WitchGirls, Inc. is published by Heroic Publishing. Current price per issue is $4.99.
- WitchGirls, Inc. #10: Apr 2010
- WitchGirls, Inc. #11: Mar 2011
- none scheduled
Ongoing series, published irregularly.
- The Black Enchantress/Andrea Avery-Crusoe - Daughter of Doctor Arcane & Ch'andarra, a powerful other-dimensional sorceress. Can manipulate elemental forces, both classical and modern: earth, air, fire, water, gravity; electricity, strong force, and weak force. Can also cast regular magic spells, if given enough time to prepare, Although she claims to be interested in world domination, she has been filling in for her missing father in the role of global magic cop, and has served as an affiliate member of the League of Champions. Studies part-time at the University of San Francisco, and is part owner of WitchGirls, Inc.
- Psyche/Rose/Julia Rose Hunter - The current incarnation of Psyche, the White Sorceress Queen of Faerie. Has powerful psychic and empathic abilities, which she uses to combat evil. Can also traverse dimensional boundaries, which at times she uses to mimic teleportation. Has limited memory of previous incarnations of Psyche. Part owner of WitchGirls, Inc.
- John Carstairs - Rough-and-tumble private eye, and Psyche's one-time protector and now mentor. Owner of Carstairs Investigations.
- Vanity/Clarisa MacDougall - Administrative assistant for WitchGirls, Inc. Has minor mystical abilities, which she often uses to attract and bemuse men. Has set her sights on John Carstairs as potential husband material.
- Doctor Arcane - Former self-appointed mystical guardian of Earth, now missing. Father to Andrea Avery-Crusoe.
- Daniel Rich - Julie Rose Hunter's stepfather. Wealthy.
- WitchGirls, Inc. - A licensed pritvate detective agency that investigates and provides consultation on cases involving the occult.
WitchGirls, Inc. #10 Edit
This is the current issue, and therefore no story information will be posted about this issue. Please check your local comic shop for copies of this issue.
WitchGirls, Inc. #9 Edit
Leftover Useful InformationEdit
- "WitchGirls, Inc.": Writer: Wilson Hill, Artist: Chris Marrinan, Colorist: Mike Estlick, Letterer: Albert Deschesne.
- "The Case of the Solicitor's Safe": Writer, Artist & Letterer: J. Adam Walters (story by Wilson Hill), Colorist: Tom Luth.
- "The Ghost of Chance": Writer: Terrance Griep, Penciler: David Gross, Inker: Terry Pallot, Colorist: Mike Estlick, Letterer: Jean Simek.
First published in 2005.
Future Publication DatesEdit
Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.