Black Adam lights up theaters in the Black Adam live-action movie. His enemies are also lit up in MultiVersus.
DC Comics’ anti-hero and Shazam’s archnemesis, have found their way onto the Warner Bros. crossover game. But who is the black man? Dwayne Johnson, an international movie star and former wrestler, portrays the character in the Black Adam movie.
MultiVersus would not have been possible without The Rock’s experience. If not The Rock, then who would voice Black Adam?
MultiVersus Voice Actor for Black Adam
Bob Carter is a renowned voice-over artist. He plays Black Adam in MultiVersus. Carter has been in the voice-over business for many decades. He is most well-known for his work as Shao Khan in Mortal Kombat’s 2011 edition, Balrog in Street Fighter, and Bojack for the Dragon Ball franchise.
His roles include One Piece and Fullmetal Alchemist. He also appeared in Spice, Wolf. Carter didn’t voice Black Adam in Injustice fighting games by NetherRealm Studios. Instead, Joey Naber sounded the role.
Black Adam was long rumored before he was officially announced as the new MultiVersus title.
Although it was obvious that Black Adam would appear in the game along with the release of his motion film, the character was delayed until Halloween.
MultiVersus classifies Black Adam as a Bruiser, which means he prefers heavy and close-range attacks. His attacks are known for having shock effects that can cause permanent damage to the players.
Black Adam is a DC villain who acts as an anti-hero and supervillain. He is the protector of Kahndaq, a fictional country. He was also the original champion of Wizard Shazam.
He was held for using his powers and was eventually taken away. In the present day, the Wizard’s powers end up being used by a young boy named Billy Batson.