Gotham City Dossiers: Arch Enemy Entertainment

The enemy of my enemy is my friend. At least that's how the saying goes. But this really only works if you have an arch enemy. Unless you're Arch Enemy Entertainment (hopefully you guys don't have any enemies). Arch Enemy Entertainment was founded in 2004 by screenwriter William Wilson with an aim to create fresh content for the comic industry. Their catalog of works include Aurora Rose, The Diplomat and Karma. Let's delve deeper shall we? Aurora Rose is the story of a teenage girl of the same name that loves to shop, talk on the phone with her girlfriends and would even like to date the occasional cute boy, if the opportunity arrives. Her part-time job as a babysitter keeps her a little too busy in relation to her full-time job, which is saving the world from countless evils. The Diplomat is probably the least diplomatic character you can think of. Cain Olsen works in the shadows, called up to negotiate impossible deals between sides so far apart that diplomacy is not an option.But when he is framed for the deaths of the foreign dignitaries, he instead winds up the focus of an international manhunt. Karma is about a mafia assassin forced to atone for her transgressions when she is cursed by an Eastern Holy Man, to visibly see the physical manifestations of her, and the people of the world’s karma. There's quite the diverse portfolio of works over there at Arch Enemy Entertainment, so if you're looking for a little change of pace then by all means look for these books in your local comic book store. Arch Enemy Entertainment