Dwayne Johnson shares a first look at Total Film's Black Adam cover

Black Adam on the cover of Total Film
(Image credit: Warner Bros/Total Film)

The hierarchy of power in the DC universe is about to change forever... Dwayne Johnson's anti-hero Black Adam is set to storm the big screen next year, and Total Film's celebrating early with our huge 2022 preview (opens in new tab).

Black Adam features on the cover of the new magazine, with Johnson sharing a first look at the subscriber's version of Total Film on Twitter. "I’m pumped to share with you our new Total Film subscriber cover," he wrote alongside the cover while also quoting Black Adam: "You’re right. Superheroes don’t kill bad people. But I do." Check it out below.

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Johnson's social posts are just the beginning of our Black Adam coverage... Prepare for our newsstand cover, exclusive images, and more to land next week. We won't spoil what's to come here, but you're going to want to keep an eye on our social media channels (Twitter, Facebook (opens in new tab), and Instagram (opens in new tab)). 

You can order a single copy from Monday (opens in new tab)or subscribe to Total Film through this link (opens in new tab) to never miss out on another exclusive.

Below, check out a full look at the subscribers' cover of Black Adam, which shows off a hooded Dwayne Johnson looking into your fiery soul.

The Total Film Black Adam cover

(Image credit: Future/Warner Bros)

And if you're a fan of Total Film, why not subscribe (opens in new tab) so that you never miss an issue? You’ll save money on the magazine, you’ll get it before it hits shops, *and* you'll get exclusive, subscriber-only cover like the Black Adam one above. Don't miss out on another incredible cover that's not available in stores...

Jack Shepherd
Senior Entertainment Editor

I'm the Senior Entertainment Editor here at GamesRadar+, bringing you all the latest movie and TV news, reviews, and features. Plus I look after the Total Film and SFX sections and socials media channels. I used to work at The Independent as a general culture writer before specializing in TV and film