A decent part of Peacemaker has investigated Cena’s personality struggling to deal with his rough actions and whether he can continue killing without letting his feelings get affected, including the horrible demise of his brother at a youthful age. A lot of his personality improvement has been shown to stem from his issues with his father, which was possibly exacerbated when Economos incidentally sent Auggie to prison. Peacemaker episodes 4 and 5 saw the senior Smith learn of reality behind his imprisonment, take steps to expose reality and subsequently telling Detective Song his fingerprints were switched with that of his son.
The most interesting thing about Peacemaker’s episode 6 trailer teasing the showdown between the White Dragon and Cena’s antihero is that the most ongoing episode indicated he wouldn’t be getting out of prison at any point in the near future. With Murn and Amanda Waller having enlisted the help of Caspar Locke to ensure Auggie remains in prison, Song instead went to her adjudicator uncle with an end goal to get a search warrant for Peacemaker, leaving Auggie’s release a mystery for the present. The truth will surface eventually the way that the villainous father gets out of prison when Peacemaker episode 6 hits HBO Max next Thursday.
On the heels of the latest episode hitting HBO Max, TV Promos has revealed the Peacemaker episode 6 trailer. The video teases Robert Patrick’s White Dragon coming after Cena’s antihero alongside the police, while Adebayo is defied with reality behind Murn. Check out the new episode trailer below:
The Peacemaker episode 6 trailer arrives teasing the White Dragon coming after John Cena’s nominal person to kill him in the following section. The White Dragon is the alias of four distinct characters in the worlds of the DC Comics, however James Gunn’s emphasis in the first DC Extended Universe series is an original version with clear inspirations from the William Heller and Daniel Ducannon incarnations. In the comics, these versions of the White Dragon is best known as a foe to Hawkman, Hawkwoman and the Suicide Squad and is a Neo-Nazi and white supremacist with ties to the Aryan Empire and by and large uses their abilities to target minorities.