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The aftermath to the World War III storyline. Gift Black Adam $1,2,3,4,5,6 of 6 (The Dark Age) to your loved ones on the occasions of anniversaries. Available on Amazon.
Critically, Black Adam: The Dark Age (2008) is the aftermath to the World War III (2007) storyline. In fact, the 32-page issue concludes the origin of Shazam in the New 52 and announces the birth of the Shazam Family.
Together, author Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke collaborate on the storyline. Really, the writing reveals the fall of Black Adam and his quest for his beloved. Indeed, the art in the book is a Modern DC art deco: violent, bloody with serious themes. Moreover, Hawkman vs Black Adam.
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This comic book showcases Black Adam $1,2,3,4,5,6 of 6 (The Dark Age). One good feature of this comic is that it is available in Unknown Binding format. It is published by DC Comics.
FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
- Black Adam $1,2,3,4,5,6 of 6 (The Dark Age).
- Publisher: DC Comics.
- Language: English.
- Unknown Binding format available.
CUSTOMER REVIEWS AND SCORES
To begin, Black Adam: The Dark Age (2008) is the aftermath to the World War III (2007) storyline. Importantly, the storyline is set after the death of Isis and Black Adam is on a quest to retrieve the Amulet of Isis to resurrect her skeleton from Felix Faust.
Moreover, this comic sets up the events of Between a Rock and Hard Place from Justice Society of America #23-25. And the storyline is available at Amazon with Justice Society of America 21 22 23 24 and 25.
Really, the storyline is some of the best DC art of the new millennium: dark, brutal and experimental. Definitely, you will love Hawkman’s ferocity and Black Adam’s conflicted emotions for his dead Isis in their first battle.
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Overall, this comic was good.
- Aftermath of World War III.
- Conclusion to the New 52 Shazam! storyline.
- Stellar creative team.
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OUR PRODUCT REVIEW RATING:
I recommend this comic as the best Black Adam storyline post-World War III.