Villain Overview
Who going to hire a convict, Waylon? Who is Going to hire someone who can turn into a demonic witch at given moment? Who's going to believe in someone like me?
~ June Moone aka The Enchantress
Who dares summon forth the Bible-black ephemeral energies of the Enchantress?!
~ Enchantress

The Enchantress (real name: June Moone) is a powerful sorceress and a supervillainess from DC Comics. She most commonly serves as the archenemy of Madame Xandu.



The Enchantress came into being when an unknown magical being empowered June Moone to fight evil. (Her surname has been spelled both Moon and Moone, but it was originally Moone.) Her appearance changed from blond-haired June to black-haired Enchantress.

Her origin was in similar to that of Captain Marvel's; like him, she was summoned to a hidden chamber by a mystical being who gave her the power to become a superpowered being with a different physical appearance by saying a magic word only because Moone now is the host of Enchantress which gifts her with special powers and her image.

Change of Role

The Enchantress continued in the mode of a minor villainess in her next appearances: as a member of the Forgotten Villains; among the villain army in Crisis on Infinite Earths; and as a recruit for the Suicide Squad. During her tenure with the last, her origins and powers became tied to those of her then teammate Nightshade.

Her next major appearance was during the Day of Judgment. In this story her personality had changed, making her less a villain, but still a far cry from being a hero. During the course of the story, the Enchantress portion of June Moone was murdered by Faust to reignite the fires of Hell. This left June in a passive, but not quite catatonic state.

June next showed up, with Faust removing her from a sanitarium. This also introduced Anita Soulfeeda, a succubus working with a group of Mafia-styled demons to resurrect Hermes Trismegestus. In the final act, Anita is revealed to be the Enchantress portion of June's soul. When they are reconnected, a new entity called Soulsinger is created. At the end of the story, the Soulsinger entity fades, leaving Enchantress behind, but once again cut off from her powers.


The Enchantress helps the team by mystically tapping into the mind of Eclipso, who was goading the Spectre along. They gain much information from this tactic, though Enchantress has to stop in the middle and rest, not being able to keep up the tactic for long.Most recently, as part of the build-up to Infinite Crisis, she and other members of the Sentinels of Magic joined the Shadowpact to combat a Spectre gone mad in Day of Vengeance. The group forms out of a large gathering of mystics, who had hid in the other-dimensional Oblivion Bar. The Spectre had already killed hundreds of powerful mystics and was not stopping.

The team leaves the Oblivion Bar as it is an obvious target for the Spectre. They travel to the site of the deaths of the other mystics, there to form plans.

During this, she worries she might become overwhelmed by use of her powers and turn to the "dark side". She entrusts her ally Ragman with a mystical pistol designed to kill her. He turns down the gun but tells her that his suit can take care of her if she really turns evil. Ragman then misunderstands the situation and tries to kiss her, something she mocks him for later in front of their other allies.

Enchantress and the others were summoned again by the Phantom Stranger when the town of Riverrock, Wyoming was entrapped in a large bubble of blood. She appears with a new costume, willing to help save the innocent people inside, endangered by a team of supervillains. Their goal was to sacrifice many of the townspeople in a very specific way in order to bring back the entity they followed. 37 people perish before Enchantress and her allies manage to defeat the villains. During the fights it is noted each villain strongly resembles one of the members of the Shadowpact.

Due to unexpected side effects of the magic spells needed to defeat the villains, the outside world believed that the Shadowpact had been dead for about a year. Enchantress and the rest had been honored with a team statue set inside a park in Metropolis.

Suicide Squad

At some point, June was taken into custody and put onto Amanda Waller's Suicide Squad. June and Squad would go on a mission to retrieve a "cosmic item" from a Russian undersea prison. However, the item was revealed to be an alien artifact that could open a portal to the Phantom Zone, and encountered General Zod. Once the team returned Belle Reve Pennitentiary the alien artifact soon caused inmates go mentally insane, except for Harley Quinn, Amanda Waller, and Rick Flag, June managed to stay by sane by allowing herself to be taken over by Enchantress. She managed to get Harley to the Vault for safety, however, she ended up encountering General Zod who almost kills her until she is saved by Killer Croc.

Killer Croc and June Moone by Stjepan Šejić -Suicide Squad -20, textless version-

June Moone and Walyon Jones on a romance date.

Killer Croc and June Moone are using the leave time Waller gave them to enjoy New York City. rather than simply being nice to the fledgling couple, she gave them the leave so she could exploit their romance in the future. While there, June considers getting a job doing freelance graphic design, but fears that no one will give a convict with a demonic alter-ego a chance. Croc encourages her to try, but later expresses fear that he will lose her if she is able to achieve her dream. After every company she applies for rejects her, Enchantress is let loose, and she summons a magical storm over Manhattan. Enchantress rampage New York, until she senses someone approaching. It is revealed that it is an editor from a magazine company who rejected June. After being convinced by Croc to reevaluate her, he decided to give her some freelance work. Moved by Waylon's actions, June reigns in the Enchantress and due to her love for helping her.

In Shock and Awe arc the government have order bring every prisoners transfer new location prison included Suicide Squad. June Moone force be separated for her lover poison guard grab while June scream to Croc tell him she can't live without him. Not long when Rick Flag bring back the Squad to Washington DC stop The Wall Task Force X have arrived, they need pass possessing people, and they get electric Croc got burns mark on his back still traumatized, on his last missions being launch out of people.

When Enchantress see her charnel prince got hurt she the teleport people unknown location after that she tell  him I always to protect you. Wall have arrive told them he knew bad thing that could happen plus he tell how to kill them use 3-D digital portal and creautre hands got June Moone dragged her down it unknown happen to Enchantress she most likely still alive.

Enchantress return and she is definitely packing some rage. while June is "dead" Enchantress didn't burned in Hell, and believe they never came for her . Enchantress will have my revenge on mankind, and her secret weapon Harley Quinn.

In other media


  • The Enchantress appears in DC Super Hero Girls, voiced by April Stewart. She works as an art teacher at Super Hero High under the name Ms. Moone.


The Enchantress appears in a non-speaking cameo in Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox.

DC Extended Universe

Main article: Enchantress (DC Extended Universe)

A more wicked, hegemonic adaptation of the Enchantress serves as the main antagonist of the film Suicide Squad, part of the DC Extended Universe.

She is portrayed by Cara Delevingne.


  • Enchantress appears as a usable character in Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure.
  • Enchantress appears as a usable character in the DC Legends mobile game.
  • Enchantress appears as a downloadable playable character in Injustice 2. She appears as part of Fighter Pack 3. For her ending, the Enchantress kills Brainiac and seemingly disappears. Just as June Moone is about to retire back to her job at the designer studio, Enchantress controls her again to bewitch all 52 Earths.
  • Enchantress appears as a playable character in the DC Unchained.
  • Enchantress appears as a playable character in Lego DC Super-Villains.

Powers and Abilities

June Moone the Enchantress

The Enchantress

The Enchantress is a very powerful sorceress. She appears to possess the ability to manipulate magical energy for any number of effects, from healing to teleportation. A unique aspect of her power is her sensitivity to magic. She was able to link to the essence of Eclipso in the Day of Vengeance storyline, using the connection to speak Eclipso's thoughts to the rest of the group. She was able to mystically track the Spectre by divining his magical trail. Enchantress is even able to remotely access another magic-user's power, as she did with Captain Marvel to aid him in his battle with the Spectre, and again with Strega of the Pentacle, ending her spell.


She won't give up until she has me again. Me being free... it'll drive her insane.
~ June Moone talk about Enchantress
Mortal fools! Blind mortal fools!!! You would deny June Moone's talents in the field of freelance graphic design? So be it! Then the Isle of Manhattan shall suffer the Bible-black eldritch talents of the Enchantress! And the Enchantress' talent is mortal death!
~ Enchantress
There is a great unnatural power here. It is like nothing I have felt before I have felt before. It is not magical. It is something "other." I do not think it is from this dimension. It is not whole, however. Not yet. I felt it. It is only one part. And it is red.
~ Enchantress


  • The Enchantress was created by the late Bob Haney and the late Howard Purcell.
  • When she was separated from the Enchantress , June had blue eyes and blonde hair. Since the Enchantress inhabited her body, she has green eyes, and red hair even when the Enchantress is not in control.
  • She has had a romantic relationship with Killer Croc.
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