Black Adam is one of the powerful supervillains in DC Comics and can cause serious threats to Superman. According to DC stories, Black Adam is also an occasional antihero and archenemy of the superhero formerly known as captain Marvel, Shazam.

Adam was made by Otto Binder and C. C. Beck in 1945 as a one-shot scalawag for the primary issue of Fawcett Comics’ The Marvel Family comic book; be that as it may, Black Adam was restored as a repeating character after DC Comics initially authorized and afterward obtained the Fawcett characters and started distributing Captain Marvel/Marvel Family stories under the title Shazam! in the 1970s.

As initially portrayed, Black Adam was an adulterated, old Egyptian ancestor of Captain Marvel, who battled his approach to present day times to challenge the saint and his Marvel Family partners. Since the turn of the 21st century, be that as it may, Black Adam has been re-characterized by DC Comics journalists Jerry Ordway, Geoff Johns, and David S. Goyer as an undermined wannabe endeavoring to “demonstrate his innocence”. Included parts in such comic book arrangement as Justice Society of America (JSA), Villains United, Infinite Crisis, and 52 have hoisted the character to a remarkable level of unmistakable quality in the in general “universe” of DC Comics characters.

In 2009, Adam was positioned as IGN’s sixteenth Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time. Dwayne Johnson has been given a role as Black Adam in an arranged element adjustment of Shazam! from New Line Cinema and Warner Bros.