Loungefly Release Black Adam Cosplay Backpack And Wallet

Loungefly have released a brand new Black Adam cosplay backpack and a matching wallet.

If you’re geeky about DC Comics‘ notorious anti-hero, Black Adam, then this is the backpack for you. The corrupt Ancient Egyptian forebear of Captain Marvel’s latest accessories come in the trademark black and gold colors of his costume. This mini backpack replicates the electrifying features of Black Adam’s superhero outfit. On the front, an applique of the character’s lightning bolt activates with an LED light.

The front zipped compartment is topped off with a gold lightning bolt enamel zip charm, and the features of the belt are brought to life in debossed detail. Lightning strikes carry through as a motif on the side pockets, and on the back, gold metallic ink spells out Black Adam.

This is the perfect accessory for making an electrifying entrance, or for turning everyday outings into superhero adventures. The backpack features include shiny gold-colored metal hardware, adjustable straps, vegan leather (polyurethane), and applique, debossed, metallic ink, zipper charm, and LED details. The backpack also has coordinating lining with the Black Adam logo. This is one backpack guaranteed to make you say “SHAZAM!”

As well as the cosplay backpack, Loungefly have also released a matching Black Adam cosplay zip around wallet.

Made from faux leather in Black Adam’s trademark gold and black costume colors, with a distinctive lightning bolt on the front, metallic ink applique, debossed and printed detailing on the inner and outer lining, this piece has plenty of slots to store your essential day to day cards. The lightning bolt on the wallet is glow in the dark.

The Black Adam cosplay backpack and wallet are available to order from various retailers including Funko and Truffle Shuffle.

Images and Press release Courtesy of Loungefly/Funko


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