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Superman Shazam The Return Of Black Adam 2010
Chosen defender of the world against the seven mortal enemies of man: pride, envy, greed, hatred, selfishness, laziness and injustice, young Billy Batson accepts his destiny as Captain Marvel. Fighting alongside Superman against the villainous Man, Billy soon discovers the challenges facing superheroes: is it revenge or justice? For bounty hunter Jonah Hex and tough cop turned vengeful ghost Spectre, getting their hands dirty is part of the job, maybe even part of the fun. But Superman, Green Arrow, and Black Canary follow an internal moral code to guide their actions. They know it’s easy to get lost in the darkness of battle, especially when villains like the majestic Merlin and Count Vertigo have no regard for human life.
Dc Showcase (part 4): Superman/shazam!: The Return Of Black Adam
James Garner, Josh Keaton, Danica McKellar, George Newbern, Jerry O’Connell, Arnold Voslu, Thomas Jane, Malcolm McDowell, Gary Cole, Alyssa Milano, Neal McDonough
© 2010 Warner Bros. Entertainment. All rights reserved. All characters and related elements are trademarks © DC Comics.
Parents should know that Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Man is a short animated superhero adventure with non-stop action and moments of danger, but also positive messages. When the evil Black Man (voice of Arnold Vosloo) descends on earth and decides to kill the young orphan Billy Batson (Zach Callison), Billy himself becomes a superhero: Captain Marvel (Jerry O’Connell). Along with Superman (George Newbern), the pair take on Black Adam, resulting in some big and impressive fight scenes. Characters are thrown off walls, buildings are destroyed, hands are placed on throats, and there are close-range blows to their faces. Although there is a lot of danger and threat, no one is killed or seriously injured, although Superman is briefly seen unconscious. Billy punches a bully in the face, leaving a scar on his cheek. Superman shoots laser beams from his eyes, while Black Man shoots beams from his hands. Billy is kind and compassionate, always willing to help others, even if he has little himself. This includes promoting the homeless black man. When this character is later a guardian angel, it can play into a problematic “Black Magic” narrative. The language is rare, they mumble once or twice with “ass” and “God”.