BY Alamin Yohannes
Dystopian shows and DC Comics adaptations to get into after watching HBO Max’s latest comic book TV series.
Loosely based on the Human Target comics, Mark Valley stars as Christopher Chance, a unique private contractor who protects his clients by integrating himself into their lives.
John Cena’s breakout The Suicide Squad character hops into this spotlight in this spinoff series on HBO Max.
In this dystopian thriller, based on French graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, what remains of humanity is living through an ice age on a train that continuously travels around the world. There's also a 2013 film adaptation, starring Chris Evans.
Comic book-loving teen Naomi McDuffie is a new young DC hero who must figure out her origins after a supernatural event in her town.
The period drama goes into the past to explore how Bruce Wayne’s parents and Alfred Pennyworth all met before Batman was born.
After the Earth is destroyed, two androids are tasked with raising children as a colony of humans complicates their goal of taking care of their charges.
With an impoverished land, young people enter The Process (very Hunger Games) to successfully enter the affluent society of the Offshore on this dystopian series.
This wacky chosen family lives in an eccentric and unique part of the DC universe!
WIth a mix of superhero hijinks and social commentary about the issues Black people face, Black Lightning is one of the more thoughtful DC Comics adaptations.
When a group of freedom fighters travels to the past to change the future, law enforcement officer Kiera Cameron has to follow them to thwart their plans then find a way home to her family.