Black Adam Just Got the Coolest Quote of His Entire Heroic Career

Black Adam just got one of the biggest badass lines in DC's Dark Crisis, which shows just how far he's come in his own journey.

Warning: Spoilers for Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7!

Black Adam has seen a resurgence in popularity over the past few years, but the villainous antihero finally gets a chance to show his true mettle with an awesome badass line in the pages of Dark Crisis. Adam will never be Superman, but this line shows that he is learning what being a hero really means.

Teth-Adam was born in Egypt in the 26th century BC. After gaining the power of Shazam, Adam was hailed in the ancient world as a savior by some and a tyrant by others. Since then, in DC Comics' modern-day continuity, Immortal Black Adam has oscillated between being an out-and-out villain and lone anti-hero. In recent years, he's been more of a hero, and he was even part of the Justice League team at the start of the Dark Crisis crossover event trying to take down the Dalit. He is also the only survivor to return to Earth, and warns the other heroes of the darkness. Afterwards, Adam spends most of the events of Crisis advocating that he should lead the Justice League, and that he alone can lead the Justice League. Can protect the world from multiple darknesses and has proven why to be the most hated member of the League.

However, in Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 by Joshua Williamson, Daniel Sampere, Jack Herbert, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith, and Rafa Sandoval, the former supervillain finally learns to sacrifice and Lessons in Teamwork Join other heroes against the crazy and mighty Slade Wilson. "I'd die for them," he proclaims defiantly while protecting the vulnerable Nightwing and Rose Wilson, which isn't a senseless threat, since it's clear that the super-powerful Deathstroke is enough to kill him to get what he wants .

Black Adam is a Hero, But Not Superman

This is a big moment for the usually selfish Black Adam. Even though he's been a hero over the past few years, he still retains a lot of self-righteous and self-righteous tendencies, as evidenced by the way he tries to lead the rest of the heroes through a dark crisis. Here, however, fans can not only see that Adam is willing to sacrifice himself for Dick and Rose, but that he does so with complete vulnerability as he shares his power with others The rest of the heroes help them defeat the darkness.

This is a turning point for Black Adam, as it shows that he is no longer a villain, but even if he is a hero, it clearly shows that it is his own type of heroism.

The line "I'd die for them" shows that he's still not a superhero. Clark is willing to live for others, while Adam is only willing to die for others, both heroic and aggressive. Fans shouldn't expect to see Black Adam dawn in bright colors and try to inspire the people of the world like Iron Man. Instead, going forward, it's more likely that he'll try harder to save people, and now that he's willing to risk his life for those he once considered secondary, which is still a big deal for someone as typically selfish as Teth-Adam. Step.

The events of DC's Dark Crisis are now over, and in many ways the status quo has been restored, at least on the surface. However, things may never be the same for Black Adam's character again A giant, bold step in his own heroic journey.

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