Superheroes were initially created to oppose tyranny, but comics like Year of the Villain: Black Adam show just how far we have fallen since.
Black Adam is the dark version of Shazam... but what happens when he meets something much worse than himself?
Black Adam may be one of Shazam's most formidable villains, but that doesn't mean he's always doing evil things. Sometimes he's actually good!
Black Adam: Year of the Villain #1 pits the antihero against one of the Batman Who Laugh's Secret Six.
The arrival of a surprise character in Doomsday Clock #5 will affect the Watchmen-meets-the-DC Universe series going forward.
Comic Book Resources gathers 15 dark secrets about Shazam, his family of superheroes, and worst villains.
Dwayne Johnson sported a Black Adam shirt and gave his villainous role a shout out while hosting the award ceremony.
Once he's established the "Shazam" character's villainous side, all sorts of DC Universe film crossovers are on the table.
Addressing Shazam's place in the DC movie universe, Johnson teases, "One day you will see Black Adam go at it with Superman or Batman or any of the DC characters,"
Writer Sterling Gates tells CBR about his upcoming Villains Month issues with a focus on Killer Frost, Black Adam in "Justice League" and the mysterious Secret Society in "Justice League of America."