Look, up in the sky! It's the return of DC All Access!
When Forever Evil #6 finally revealed the identity of the hooded prisoner first seen and teased at during the finale of "Trinity War," we felt vindicated—but also completely and utterly shocked and surprised. In the back of our head, we sort of figured it might just be the Alexander Luthor of Earth 3 under that hood. Evidence certainly pointed in that direction as the character has long stood as the biggest threat to Earth 3's Crime Syndicate.
It's a good time to be bad. Not only because today's Halloween—the day ghouls and goblins, monsters and monsterettes get to roam the streets in search of sweet, sweet candy goodness—but also because in the world of DC Comics, bad guys are pretty much reigning supreme right now.
When you're a kid, growing up is the last thing you want to do.
Actually, growing up is the last thing we want to do too, and we still remember when the original Tim Burton Batman was in theaters
(::collapses onto table and weeps uncontrollably::)
However, given the chance to say a magic word and instantly become an adult with superpowers? You don't need the Wisdom of Solomon to know what our answer would be. SHAZAM!
Following the events of this summer’s crossover “Trinity War,” a dark shadow will be cast across the DC Universe.
This September, all of the DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 titles will be replaced by Villains books. What happens when the heroes of the DC Universe fall and there’s nobody left to stop the villains from taking over? Find out this fall during Villains Month, which will spotlight 52 of the DC Universe’s biggest rogues in their own one-shots.
If you’ve read JUSTICE LEAGUE #22, you might be wondering how Black Adam will be starring in his own Villains Month one-shot come this September. After all (spoilers ahead!), wasn’t the purpose of Shazam’s trip to Khandaq to scatter Black Adam’s ashes in his homeland?