Rise and stand tall @JusticeLeagueBookClub, as the long-awaited Black Adam movie debuts in just one week , with advance showings beginning on the 20th!
The best way to commemorate the theatrical arrival of the year’s most-anticipated DC movie is by reading one of Black Adam’s most-celebrated comic book tales, Black Adam: The Dark Age, written by electrical superstar writer Peter J. Tomasi, and penciled by magical artistic titan Doug Mahnke.
Have you read Black Adam: The Dark Age before? What’s your favorite comic tale that features the supercharged antihero known to those closest to him as Teth-Adam?
Discuss whatever you like about Black Adam: The Dark Age and any other Black Adam tales that strike you with bolts of joy as we ramp up for 2022’s most-anticipated, star-studded (Pierce “James Bond” Brosnan as Doctor Fate! ) DC movie Black Adam .
Also: Here’s a stirring, triumphant tune from the Black Adam soundtrack to read by:
Typically Black Adam wins, but sometimes Green Lantern supercharges Hawkman. Normally it comes down to who does the better job of controlling their emotions. They know each other so well, and they are both great at pushing the other’s buttons.
Easy to do (and congrats ). After all, Court has a wee bit smaller appearance list than the guy DC’s entire foundation rests upon, who also happens to be where Batman’s first ally got his post-Robin name from.
What’s your GOAT for Court?
Speaking of, will you be reading The New Golden Age books as they debut, or will you read them on DCUI via Ultra?
I don’t have an all-time favorite list from JSA, but if I did create one, Black Vengeance and Princes of Darkness would be on it.
He got my bet as well.
Hawkman’s no slouch in the Badass Department, but when Black Adam can stand toe to toe with Superman, the Nth Metal Wonder of the World™ is going to have a tough time in a rumble with the Tethster.
I presume you mean best storyline. Princes of Darkness. I really enjoy reading how she and Billy have very different views of how high a hero’s standard should be. Billy puts them incredibly high viewing them as gods, while Stargirl wants her biological father to be saved, thus everybody needs some slack, and she views them as having earned some faults.