Pierce Brosnan is finally seen in a new Black Adam commercial dressed as Doctor Fate, the character he will play in the upcoming DC Extended Universe film.

As the advertisement begins, Hawkman knocks Black Adam out of the sky. He then says that he and Doctor Fate are there to negotiate his peaceful surrender, but Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam responds, “he’s not peaceful, nor does he surrender.” Following these are scenes where viewers can see Brosnan dressed as Doctor Fate without the helmet and Black Adam claiming that “no one on this planet can stop him.” Adam fires a lightning bolt at a truck in the final seconds of the commercial as Doctor Fate clones attempt to hold him back.

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Who is Doctor Fate?

Doctor Fate, also known as Fate, is the name of a number of superheroes who appear in American comic books published by DC Comics. Gardner Fox and Howard Sherman originally created the character, and it made its debut in More Fun Comics #55. (May 1940). Doctor Fate is the name of a number of different characters in the DC Universe who are a succession of sorcerers who have made several attempts to revive the character. Based on both comic books and unique characters, the Doctor Fate character has appeared in numerous media forms.

Being a master of the mystic arts, Fate is incredibly strong because he can traverse dimensions and is highly resistant to harm. The Helmet of Fate bestows upon him numerous powers that render him virtually unstoppable, and he is one of the most powerful magic users in the DC Universe.

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In the history of the DC Universe, Doctor Fate was initially intended to be a force opposing Nabu, a cosmic being connected to the Lords of Order, Mesopotamian deities, and the main villain of his cosmic opposites, the Lords of Chaos. Over time, Kent Nelson, the Strauss family, and various others were among the first mortals Nabu empowered to act as his and the Lords of Order’s agents. Different versions of the character take on roles such as demon hunters, Lords of Chaos members, or heroes who only use supernatural means. A few years after the New 52 revival, DC Comics debuted Khalid Nassour, the second-longest-running character and Kent Nelson’s grandnephew, who had been hand-picked by Egyptian gods and angels.