Meanwhile, On the Page: Catching Up with Black Adam in Comics

If you caught Black Adam in theaters this weekend, then you already know how the story begins.

John Stewart: The Power and the Glory - Exclusive Clip

Discover the legacy of John Stewart in the all-new documentary, “John Stewart: The Power and the Glory,” included with the new DC animated movie, Green Lantern: Beware My Power, available on July 26, 2022. In this exclusive clip, Justice League voice actor Phil LaMarr, legendary artist Dave Gibbons and comic book writers David F. Walker and Christopher Priest discuss Stewart’s debut, spearheaded by artist Neal Adams, and how seeing a Black Green Lantern impacted their early lives.

Is Black Adam Irredeemable?

In 2016, writer Christopher Priest took us on an uncompromising fifty-issue journey through the life and times of one of the DC Universe’s most notorious villains—Deathstroke the Terminator.

Comic Trailer - Black Adam

Writer Christopher Priest discusses his take on Black Adam, an immortal man of indomitable will. Infected with an incurable plague and haunted by the specter of centuries of dark deeds, Black Adam transfers his powers to a worthy successor who will attempt to redeem Adam’s legacy. Powered by stunning art from Rafa Sandoval (Justice League), get ready to ride the lightning this June!

Learn more here: https://www.dccomics.com/comics/black-adam-2022/black-adam-1

The Legacy of Creation

As we get ready for DC FanDome, this week we’re recognizing the driving engine which has kept the DC Universe growing and thriving for over eighty years—legacy.

First Look: The Teen Titans Target Deathstroke
Damian Wayne and the Teen Titans are still recovering from recent battles, but that doesn’t stop them from going after Deathstroke in this exclusive preview of Wednesday’s TEEN TITANS #28.
Deathstroke Endures: The Many Shades of Slade Wilson

There are a lot of villains in the DC Universe and all of them are pretty unique.

Deathstroke vs. Batman: Sins of the Father(s)

People love to compare other superheroes (and super-villains) to Batman, and it's really not hard to see why.

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