What that ‘Black Adam’ end credits scene means for the DC Extended Universe
Let’s face it: The last movie in the DC Extended Universe, “The End of the Universe”, has been one of the more intriguing moments to arrive from the DC Universe at this point.
Of course, we all knew that “The End of the Universe” was coming and we’ve just been waiting for it so that we could enjoy the movie. But this was also the last time we’ll be able to see any of the classic characters, the characters who defined modern comic books and the characters who have made them so popular over the past two decades.
“The End of the Universe” was such a unique moment in the continuity of DC comics, one might say it was the last chance to see some of the most memorable characters in the extended universe, like Superman, Wonder Woman, the Justice League, Batman, Green Lantern and The Flash to name a few.
Now, that does not mean that all these iconic heroes will make it to our screens very soon. But there has been a lot of speculation over who was going to be the last to appear on-screen in the DC Extended Universe, and one of them that we heard about was Black Adam.
“Black Adam” has been the most anticipated movie of the summer for a while now, and has been one of the more interesting story-points within the DC Extended Universe. If it was the case that “The End of the Universe” was going to be the last movie featuring Black Adam, then that would certainly mean that it is the last time we will see him appearing in the comic book form since “Justice League”.
Although there are different theories over who “Black Adam” is, the one we believe to be most likely is that “The End of the Universe” was the last of the superhero movies and the last time he made a major appearance as Bruce Wayne in the comic book.
The story of Bruce Wayne is by far one of the most famous in the history of the DC comics, and it is one that has been told in a lot of different ways. But the one that we think takes away all other theories is the one that has been told by