The First Trailer for DC Animated’s “Black Adam” Has Arrived

What that ‘Black Adam’ end credits scene means for the DC Extended Universe

With the release of the first trailer for the upcoming Justice League animated series “Black Adam,” fans have had to wait for a trailer like this to really get a feeling for what to expect when the animated TV series comes to the big screen, after months of speculation. With the series coming to television, it doesn’t sound like there will be a lot of time to explore just what “Black Adam” means for the DC Extended Universe, but as I’ve always argued in a few articles, this series could prove to be a pretty big deal for the entire franchise, especially after the news that DC Animated’s “Justice League Dark” is doing something very similar to what this show will be doing.

The fact that the episode that ended “Black Adam” had the title Black Adam, and was the first episode of its series, meant that it showed off a pretty important element for the DC universe. For those that don’t know, the Black Adam character is an android who was made by the Nazis and turned into a super weapon of destruction and terror. He goes back in time to kill a future version of Superman, but ultimately is foiled by the timely arrival of the Justice League. With the trailer, you’ll get to see the Black Adam character go back in time to the beginning, the same way that the Justice League travels back in time. Of course, the whole thing depends on the “Black Adam” series being something of a success. We’ll have to wait and see how the series does, but this trailer has given us a glimpse at what to expect.

It’s clear that fans will be looking for more from this show, but as I mentioned on a few articles in the past, the fact that it doesn’t look like the Justice League is going to be part of this show makes me slightly worried that these “Justice League Dark” characters will be coming to TV in some sort of prequel series. Now that the trailer has arrived, we’ll have to wait and see how it goes.

The animated “Justice League Dark” series is produced by Warner Bros. Animation, and is intended to be a prequel to the events of the “Justice League” stories. Instead of the Justice League finding and battling the Phantom Zone, this Justice League finds that the Phantom Zone has been defeated and has opened up to another world that’s been hidden underneath it.

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