Villain Code of Conduct
[ Cover created by the wonderful @Microwavedcoffee ]
The story of good and bad is not as black and white as it seems. Villains are not truly the bad guys, at least, not without a check coming from the heroes monthly. In a world where mutant genetics continue to appear, depending on the ability, people are separated into two categories, Hero or Villain, with little say in the matter. For Andrew Wells, being presented with the power to manipulate fire has left him with the position of being a villain, very much against his will.
However, as he learns the dynamics of the supers, he realises, it's really not that bad being the bad guy. As he becomes the villain Arsen, he trains under the villainess, Sultry, a spitfire of a woman, who has the ability to leave people breathless...metaphorically and literally. Under her tutelage, Andrew learns that a good villain requires three things :
1. A good sob story
2. A misunderstood ability
3. And a fan base of unstable teenagers cheering him on.
The Villain life is the good life until one of the heroes reveals to have been a real villain all along.