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He’s not a hero. Check out the Hot Toys Black Adam figure!

From super-villain to antihero, Black Adam has remained a fan-favorite character within the DC Comics pantheon — and now, in 2022, he is making his silver screen debut!

To celebrate the launch of Black Adam in theaters, Hot Toys has unveiled several new DX series 1/6 scale figures…

Bestowed the almighty powers of the gods, Teth Adam used these gifts for vengeance. As punishment he was imprisoned for almost 5,000 years, but now that he’s freed from his earthly tomb, he has become Black Adam — ready to unleash his unique form of justice on the modern world!

Drawing inspiration from the upcoming movie, Hot Toys is introducing three new Black Adam figures in 1/6 scale: Black AdamBlack Adam (Deluxe), and Black Adam (Golden Armor). Find out more below!

BLACK ADAM 1/6 SCALE FIGURE

This meticulously crafted 1/6 scale figure is inspired by Dwayne Johnson’s intense portrayal of Black Adam in the new movie. It features a newly developed hand-painted headsculpt equipped with Hot Toys’ DX technology which allows collectors to adjust the direction of the figure’s gaze, adding a new level of posing and display options. These moving eyes also have a luminous reflective effect to further highlight Black Adam’s formidable powers.

Hot Toys has created a newly designed 1/6 scale body to portray Black Adam’s muscular physique, and they have replicated his iconic outfit down to every last movie-accurate detail — including an LED-illuminated lightning bolt emblem plus an intricate fabric cape with gold patterns and weathering effects.

Accessories include a variety of interchangeable hands, numerous lightning effects that attach to his forearms and chest, and more!

The Black Adam 1/6 Scale Figure is available to pre-order now.

BLACK ADAM (DELUXE) 1/6 SCALE FIGURE

The Deluxe version of the Black Adam 1/6 scale figure contains all of the features and accessories described above, but also includes an additional swap-out portrait of Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam, as well as a highly elaborate diorama display base. The base depicts the wreckage of a destroyed historic site with additional accessories that are attachable to the figure’s body, creating a powerful and eye-catching centerpiece to any DC collection!

The Black Adam (Deluxe) 1/6 Scale Figure is available to pre-order.

BLACK ADAM (GOLDEN ARMOR) 1/6 SCALE FIGURE

The Black Adam (Golden Armor) 1/6 Scale Figure features a newly developed hand-painted headsculpt of Dwayne Johnson, equipped with Hot Toys’ DX “moving eyeballs” technology — allowing collectors to adjust the direction of the figure’s gaze. These moving eyes also have a luminous reflective effect to further highlight Black Adam’s formidable powers.

Hot Toys has created a newly designed 1/6 scale body to portray Black Adam’s muscular physique, and they’ve outfitted it in his gold-accented costume — complete with an LED-illuminated lightning bolt emblem plus a wired fabric cape allowing additional posing and display options.

What’s more, this Golden Armor version also includes an additional headsculpt (also equipped with the luminous DX adjustable eyeballs) and a diorama figure display base.

He is unstoppable! Add the Black Adam (Golden Armor) figure to your DC figure collection! Available to pre-order now!


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Preview: Black Adam: The Justice Society Files – Dr. Fate #1

Black Adam: The Justice Society Files – Dr. Fate #1

(W) Cavan Scott, Bryan Q. Miller (A) Jesus Merino, Marco Santucci (CA) Kaare Andrews
In Shops: Oct 04, 2022
SRP: $5.99

Long ago, Kent Nelson donned an ancient helmet and became Doctor Fate, defender of order in a universe dominated by chaos. Now he is an impossibly old man, haunted both by memories of a past spent with the now-defunct Justice Society and by visions of an apocalyptic future. When a group of children unwittingly unleash an infernal menace on the Earth, can Kent maintain his humanity while defending those who need him most? The road to Black Adam concludes.

Black Adam: The Justice Society Files - Dr. Fate #1

Around the Tubes

Vanish #1

It was new comic book day yesterday! What’d you all get? What’d you like? What did you dislike? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

Book Riot – 8 of the Best Comic Books for Toddlers – What would you suggest?

Smash Pages – ‘Nubia: Real One’ wins an Ignyte Award – Congrats!

Reviews

CBR – Black Adam #4
CBR – Look Back Vol. 1
CBR – New Mutants #30
CBR – Rogues’ Gallery #3
The Beat – Stuff of Nightmares #1
Collected Editions – Suicide Squad: Get Joker!
CBR – Titans United: Bloodpact #1
The Beat – Vanish #1
ComicBook – X-Terminators #1

Preview: Black Adam #4

Black Adam #4

(W) Christopher Priest (A) Rafael Sandoval (CA) Irvin Rodriguez
In Shops: Sep 20, 2022
SRP: $3.99

THERE IS NO REDEMPTION FOR BLACK ADAM. Thousands of years ago, did Black Adam inadvertently create a powerful race who’ve modeled themselves after the Akkadian pantheon of goddesses and gods? Or is he being gaslighted, taunted by illusions, by one of his many enemies? Theo Teth-Adam finds only more questions when he is lured to the Akkadian Hightower and given a cryptic message. Meanwhile, Adam has dispatched Etrigan the Demon, an unlikely ally, to either train his youthful successor or kill him.

Black Adam #4

Black Adam gets new character posters

Ahead of a new trailer being released this Thursday, DC‘s Black Adam got six new posters spotlighting the heroes and anti-hero of the film. The new posters show off Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo), Black Adam (Dwayne Johnson), Doctor Fate (Pierce Brosnan), Cyclone (Quintessa Swindell), Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), and the entire cast.

Black Adam comes to theaters on October 21, 2022.

Preview: Black Adam: Justice Society Files – Atom Smasher #1

Black Adam: Justice Society Files – Atom Smasher #1

(W) Cavan Scott, Bryan Miller (A) Travis Mercer, Marco Santucci (CA) Kaare Andrews
In Shops: Sep 06, 2022
SRP: $5.99

Al Rothstein has big shoes to fill. Very big shoes. But he needs to prove himself before he can call himself Atom Smasher. He has the costume, and he has a mission…he just has to make it through the night in one piece. And in part 3 of the Teth-Adam backup story: history begins to repeat itself as, in ancient Kahndaq, Teth-Adam’s son, Hurut, crosses a line for the greater good, while, in the present, Adrianna’s son, Amon, joins the race to save the sought-after eternium idol from Intergang’s clutches.

Black Adam: Justice Society Files - Atom Smasher #1

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

DO A POWERBOMB #3

Wednesdays (and Tuesdays) are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this week.

20th Century Men #1 (Image Comics) – Mixing history, politics, and comic book mythology into something totally new. The concept of the comic has us intrigued.

Alice Guy: First Lady of Film (SelfMadeHero) – The true story of the first woman director who helped defined the movie industry.

Avengers 1,000,000 BC #1 (Marvel) – The series promises to add a lot to the Marvel mythoes and some big changes for some characters.

A.X.E.: Death to Mutants #1 (Marvel) – The event so far has been solid. Will its spin-off comics be just as good?

Barbaric: Axe to Grind #1 (Vault Comics) – The series has been excellent so far with a nice twist on the fantasy genre.

Batman: One Bad Day – Riddler #1 (DC Comics) – We’re getting some intriguing comics spotlighting DC villains and the Riddler kicks it off!

Black Adam #3 (DC Comics) – An intriguing series that’s been redefining the character.

Crash & Troy #1 (A Wave Blue World) – Mercenaries must clean up their mess after they set a dictator free during a jailbreak.

Daredevil #2 (Marvel) – The first issue was amazing. It’s a new direction for Daredevil that builds on what’s been happening and paving a whole new adventure.

Dark Spaces: Wildfire #2 (IDW Publishing) – A very unique comic that has a crew of firefighters deciding to rob a local house.

DC vs. Vampires: All-Out War #2 (DC Comics) – The event has been amazing so far and these spin-off issues have been adding a lot.

Do a Powerbomb #3 (Image Comics) – This wrestling comic has been amazing so far and we can’t wait to read the next issue. One of the best this year.

Entropy #1 (Heavy Metal Magazine) – Henry Hanks had a good life, until he betrayed KAKO, the living embodiment of chaos and misery! With his whole world destroyed, Henry is killed and reborn as the newest herald of Kako, with the power to destroy entire worlds in his master’s name.

Heart Eyes #1 (Vault Comics) – Rico met Lupe, the girl of his dreams. But how did she get here? And why is she smiling? It’s love at the end of humanity.

Justice Warriors #3 (Ahoy Comics) – Just brilliant satire about today’s society like policing and politics.

The Last Shadowhawk #1 (Image Comics) – Celebrating 30 years of Image!

My Life Beyond Vaccines (Mayo Clinic Press) – Graphic medicine focusing on vaccines and the importance of our greatest protection against disease.

Save it For Later: Promises, Parenthood, and the Urgency of Protest (Abrams Comicarts) – A collection of seven comics essays from Nate Powell.

Trve Kvlt #1 (IDW Publishing) – Marty has the idea for a perfect heist but after stealing a supernatural weapon from a cult, things will be way above his minimum-wage pay grade.

Preview: Black Adam #3

Black Adam #3

(W) Christopher Priest (A) Rafael Sandoval (CA) Irvin Rodriguez
In Shops: Aug 16, 2022
SRP: $3.99

Black Adam is dead, and the Mesopotamian gods of Akkad are having a field day. Are the gods real or are they merely figments of human imagination? Accepting death but denied redemption, Black Adam becomes an ersatz Gilgamesh as he journeys through Akkadian Hell while Malik, his young descendant, goes to extreme and unethical measures to try and revive him, all the while wondering if he should save the life of one of the greatest evils the world has ever known.

Black Adam #3

Around the Tubes

Samurai Doggy #1

The weekend is almost here! what geeky things are you all doing? Any conventions? Sound off in the comments below. While you wait for the weekday and the weekend to begin, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web to start the day.

Medium – New “Popeye” Cartoonist Under Fire for Making Comic More Inclusive – An interesting read and no idea this was going on.

Comicbook – Black Adam Director Reveals How They’re Tackling Hawkman’s Complicated Origin Story – Dr. Fate’s is easier?

Comicbook – She-Hulk Head Writer Says Daredevil Won’t Be as Dark as Netflix Series – It’s not a good sign when the side characters are getting the most press and anticipation.

Reviews

CBR – Samurai Doggy #1
CBR – Ward #3

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