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The first members of the family, introduced in Whiz Comics 21 Sept. In Whiz Comics 25 Dec. Unlike Billy, Freddy retains his year-old appearance as a superhero.
The basic elements of Billy Batson's and Captain Marvel's origin story remained more or less intact through , with minor alterations over the years.
The New Beginning had a year-old Billy being forced to move in with Doctor Sivana, who in this version is the cruel uncle who throws Billy out into the street.
In his new origin story, Billy Batson is a moody and troubled year-old foster child living in Philadelphia who has gone through several foster homes.
Sivana unleashes the ancient magical warrior Black Adam from his tomb,  the Wizard of the Rock of Eternity—the last of a council of beings who once controlled magic—begins abducting candidates to assess them for the job of being his champion.
He dismisses each of them for not being pure of heart. Eventually, the Wizard summons Billy, who is another unsuitable candidate, but Billy persuades the Wizard that perfectly good people "really don't exist," and that, while he himself tried to be good, the world dragged Billy down to its level.
In desperation and seeing the "embers of good" within Billy, the dying Wizard passes on his powers and teaches Billy they can be accessed through the magic word "Shazam" when spoken with good intentions.
After saying the magic word, Billy is struck by a bolt of lightning which transforms him into Shazam, a super-powered adult possessing super-strength, flight, and vast magical powers.
The Wizard dies and Shazam is transported back to Earth, where Billy reveals his new secret to Freddy. The two scheme to make money and score beer with Shazam's new powers, but Shazam is instead led to crime scenes where he is needed as a hero.
Shazam and Freddy have a falling out when Shazam refuses to change back into Billy, and as soon as Freddy heads back home, Shazam is attacked by Black Adam.
When Adam again attacks, unleashing the Seven Deadly Sins on downtown Philadelphia and threatening to kill the other kids, Billy shares his powers with them, who all become magic-powered adult superheroes except for Darla, who remains a child.
Shazam's entry into the country is interpreted by the locals as illegal US entry into their territory. While exploring the Rock of Eternity, Eugene finds a formerly sealed-off area of the Rock: an abandoned train station leading to the seven realms of an unexplored world known as the Magic Lands.
While normally having no special abilities in his human persona as Billy Batson, once he says the magic word " Shazam!
Billy is also able to share his powers with others. Though the link to the specific mythological figures is de-emphasized in some modern-day stories, traditionally the letters in the name Shazam each represent a specific superhuman ability:.
In classic stories, simply saying the word "Shazam! In several stories, he is shown to be susceptible to high-powered magic,  which can weaken or de-power him,  and, in some older stories, to significantly high voltages of lightning or electricity, which would make him revert to Billy Batson form.
Jerry Ordway's s The Power of Shazam! In the late s, when Billy replaced the wizard and took on a white costume and the name of "Marvel", he commanded the various magical abilities once possessed by the wizard.
However, he was also required to remain on the Rock of Eternity and could only be away from it for 24 hours at a time.
Since the reboot, Shazam's powers have been slightly altered. Speaking the magic word "Shazam" does not cause a transformation if Billy does not want it to, and can be used to cast magic spells other than the transformation.
In , during Darkseid War, in the wake of Darkseid's death, several members of the Justice League were infused with the power of the Gods.
Shazam became the God of the Gods and his powers were altered aforementioned with the powers of six old gods:. Captain Thunder, whose name was derived from Captain Marvel's original moniker, was a thinly veiled pastiche of Marvel—down to his similar costume, his young alter ego named "Willie Fawcett" a reference to Fawcett Comics , and a magic word "Thunder!
He got his power from rubbing a magic belt buckle with a thunder symbol on it and saying "Thunder".
Superman held him while he used his wisdom to escape the effects of the spell. Maggin and illustrated by Curt Swan and Bob Oskner.
At the time of its publication, DC had been printing Shazam! A flashback to the older Justice Society features the traditional Caucasian Captain Marvel, leading to the conclusion that there were two Captain Marvels.
An adult Billy Batson becomes obsessed with Wonder Woman when they become part of a small community of survivors of the holocaust, with most of the surviving superhumans having lost their powers or dealing with altered abilities.
When the now-powerless Clark Kent joins their community, starting a relationship with Wonder Woman that includes them having a child together, Batson's resentment of Superman becomes insanity, as he provokes his transformation into Captain Marvel despite use of this power causing damage to Earth.
In the dark alternate future shown in Frank Miller 's — comic miniseries The Dark Knight Strikes Again , Captain Marvel is visibly aged, with receding white hair and glasses.
Lex Luthor, who has captured Mary Marvel, coerces him into working for him by threatening to kill her.
During an alien attack on Metropolis , Marvel is trapped underneath a collapsing building with no way out, and admits that Billy Batson—here, clearly defined as a separate person from Marvel, rather than simply transforming into him—died eight years ago of unspecified health problems.
As a result, when he next speaks his word, he will cease to exist. His last words to Wonder Woman are to give everyone his best, noting that it was nice existing, before he calls down his lightning and destroys himself.
In this version, Billy Batson is an adult who now matches the appearance of his superhero identity. The human hostility towards superheroes has made him uneasy, and he has not transformed into Captain Marvel for several years.
Batson has become the brainwashed servant of Lex Luthor, who uses Mister Mind's mind-controlling worm offspring to keep him in check and bend him to his will.
Nevertheless, Batson's potential as a being powerful enough to rival Superman causes many others to react in fear and unease when he mingles with them, believing it is a non-costumed Captain Marvel that serves Luthor.
Events finally cause him to transform into Captain Marvel, and he unleashes a force that could destroy the world.
When the authorities try to stop it by dropping a nuclear bomb, Captain Marvel—spurred by Superman telling him that due to his ties to both humanity and the superhuman community, he is the only one capable of choosing which one to save—intercepts the bomb and summons his lightning to detonate it while it is still airborne, sacrificing himself to save as many lives as possible, both human and metahuman.
The nuclear blast still kills a large number of heroes, but does cool the war-like attitudes of the survivors.
Superman uses Marvel's cape as the symbol of a new world order in which humans and superhumans will now live in harmony. In 52 52 May 2, , a new Multiverse is revealed, originally consisting of 52 identical realities, one of which is designated Earth As a result of Marvel Family foe Mister Mind "eating" aspects of this reality, it takes on visual aspects similar to the pre-Crisis Earth-S, including the Marvel Family characters.
The Earth-5 Captain Marvel reappeared in Final Crisis 7, along with an army of Supermen from across the Multiverse to prevent its destruction by Darkseid.
A one-shot alternate take on Shazam! Lee reimagined the original Shazam! Teamed with the beautiful, and much tougher, fellow agent, Carla Noral, the two of them are in India searching for the megalomaniac master criminal Gunga Kahn.
Rogers is given the ability to transform into a large, winged being by saying the magic word "Shazam! Beck character. In a backup story plotted by Michael Uslan, scripted by Lee and Uslan, and drawn by Kano, an orphaned American boy in India at the same time as the adventures of Shazam heroically saves a village from starvation with the help of a local boy named Zubin Navotny.
A Captain Marvel miniseries, Shazam! Smith's Shazam! Following the lead and continuity of Smith's Monster Society of Evil miniseries, it was initially written and drawn by Mike Kunkel , creator of Herobear.
Little is revealed about her, other than the fact that her civilian name is Sahar Shazeen, and she is shown wielding a pair of swords during battle.
The Flashpoint comics miniseries, written by Geoff Johns with art by Andy Kubert , featured an alternate timeline accidentally created by the Flash , who then helped the heroes of this timeline to restore history.
One of those heroes is Captain Thunder—an alternative version of Captain Marvel who has six alter-egos, rather than one, and a scarred face as the result of a fight with Wonder Woman , who in this timeline is a villain.
The six children, collectively known as "S. Pedro's pet tiger Tawny also transforms into a more powerful version of himself via the magic lightning.
The six children later transform into Captain Thunder to help Flash and his allies stop the war between Aquaman 's Atlantean army and Wonder Woman's Amazonian forces.
Captain Thunder briefly fights Wonder Woman to a draw before being transformed back into the six children by Flash's accomplice Enchantress , who is revealed to be a traitor.
After the conclusion of the miniseries, the three new children from the Flashpoint timeline—Eugene, Pedro, and Darla—were incorporated into the DC Universe via the Shazam!
Mazahs is a corrupted alternate-universe version of Shazam, introduced in the —14 Forever Evil DC Comics crossover event series written by Geoff Johns.
He is the super-powered alter-ego of Alexander Luthor of Earth Prime Earth's Lex Luthor and his team sneak in to the Justice League Watchtower where the Syndicate has Alexander hostage, and remove the duct tape over his mouth, allowing Alexander to speak the magic word "Mazahs!
While Prime Earth's Shazam is known for sharing his powers with others, Mazahs kills other superbeings and takes their powers for his own, as when he kills the Syndicate's speedster Johnny Quick.
She also reveals she is carrying his child, who is prophesied to bring an end to the world. Exploiting his ability to use the powers of those he has killed, Mazahs easily takes down both the Syndicate and Luthor's team, but Prime Earth Lex Luthor having the same voice as Mazahs manages to call down the lightning, using a lightning-rod that Batman had retrieved to try and use against Johnny Quick based on his planned defense against the Flash, and transform Mazahs into his human form.
Sealing Alexander's mouth, Lex stabs him with a knife, killing him. Superwoman later gives birth to Mazahs's child in Justice League 50, and uses the baby's power-stealing abilities—inherited from his father and by her using his magic word—to remove abilities the members the Prime-Earth Justice League had inherited from their time on Apokolips after the death of Darkseid.
The story ends with the orphaned baby having absorbed both the Omega Effect from Lex Luthor as well as the Anti-Life Equation from Justice League associate Steve Trevor , transforming him into a resurrected—yet still infantile—Darkseid.
In the prequel comic to the video game Injustice: Gods Among Us , Shazam joins Superman's Regime in establishing a new approach to ending crime.
Similar to the Golden Age version, this Shazam is suggested to have two personalities: Billy Batson is a separate person from Shazam.
In Year One he, like the Flash, is somewhat skeptical of Superman's intentions, as his actions are often immoral.
Ultimately, Shazam decides to stay and support the Regime, devoted to its cause. He becomes the object of Harley Quinn's affection, being bound and gagged by her in Year Four.
Eventually, Zeus is forced to return Billy's power after the Highfather of New Genesis intervenes in the conflict.
In Year Five, Shazam's relationship with Harley is complicated when she confronts him about being in the Regime despite their growing tyranny.
In the traditional Shazam! A pink rabbit version of Captain Marvel, Hoppy the Marvel Bunny , appeared in his own stories featuring a funny-animal cast.
In the early Fawcett stories, Billy Batson and Captain Marvel had a sidekick named Steamboat , an African-American valet character who was removed from the comics by because of protests over racial stereotyping.
Tawky Tawny , an anthropomorphic talking tiger who works as a museum curator. Tawny was initially depicted as a magically-charged zoo tiger in the Justice League backup stories.
In the —present ongoing Shazam! The Marvel Family's other non-powered allies have traditionally included Dr.
The s Shazam! The New 52 reboot of Shazam! Many of the character's appearances have been collected into several volumes :. The first filmed adaptation of Captain Marvel was produced in This production made Captain Marvel the first superhero to be depicted in film.
The Adventures of Captain Marvel for which the man-in-flight effects techniques were originally developed for a Superman film serial that Republic never produced  predated Fleischer Studios ' Superman cartoons by six months.
The storyline has Carson as an ice cream vendor who also belongs to a home-grown Captain Marvel Club with some of the kids in the neighborhood.
Following DC's acquisition of the property, development of a Shazam! The project remained in development through New Line's absorption into Warner Bros.
Pictures in Directed by David F. Cotrona as Super Hero Pedro. Captain Marvel first came to television in Filmation produced Shazam!
Instead of directly following the lead of the comics, the Shazam! Shortly after the Shazam! Although Captain Marvel did not appear in Hanna-Barbera's long-running concurrent Saturday morning cartoon series Super Friends which featured many of the other DC superheroes , he did appear in some of the merchandise associated with the show.
Filmation revisited the character three years later for an animated Shazam! The rest of the Marvel Family joined Captain Marvel on his adventures in this series, which were more similar to his comic-book adventures than the s TV show.
Sivana, Mr. Mind, Black Adam, and other familiar Captain Marvel foes appeared as enemies. Billy has a non-speaking cameo in the Superman: The Animated Series episode "Obsession", while live actors portraying Captain Marvel make "cameo" appearances in both a dream-sequence within an episode of The Drew Carey Show , and in the Beastie Boys ' music video for "Alive".
According to Boyar's faint memories in a interview, the show was initially produced in New York but after about a month relocated to Chicago; no further details about the show or transcripts of it survived.
Existence of the show was confirmed by historian Jim Harmon via recollections of old-time radio fans who recalled hearing it during original broadcasts, plus locating period program listings.
In , C. Beck and writer Rod Reed prepared seven sample installments of a comic strip, but syndicates expressed no interest in it.
Reed suspected that the DC lawsuit was the syndicates' reason, for fear of becoming parties in the ongoing litigation.
Captain Marvel's adventures have contributed a number of elements to both comic book culture and pop culture in general.
The most notable contribution is the regular use of Superman and Captain Marvel as adversaries in Modern Age comic book stories.
The two are often portrayed as equally matched and, while Marvel does not possess Superman's heat vision , X-ray vision or superhuman breath powers, the magic-based nature of his own powers are a weakness for Superman.
Superduperman, endowed with muscles on muscles, does battle with Captain Marbles, a Captain Marvel caricature. In contrast to Captain Marvel's perceived innocence and goodness, Marbles is greedy and money-grubbing, and a master criminal.
Superduperman defeats Marbles by tricking him into hitting himself. While publishing its Shazam! He apparently battles against a Monster League, who cast a spell to make him evil, but Superman helps him break free.
It is in this story that Superman and Captain Marvel first meet, albeit briefly. King Kull has caused Superman to go mad using red kryptonite , compelling Marvel to battle him at first and subsequently restore Superman's mind with the help of lightning.
In Shazam! Sivana creates several steel creatures to destroy Pittsburgh's steel mills, after getting the idea from reading an issue of Action Comics.
He finally creates a Superman robot made of a super-steel to destroy Captain Marvel. They both hit each other at the same moment, and the robot is destroyed.
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Grand Comics Database. Comics Archived from the original on June 14, Retrieved Shazam was one of the very first apps I ever added to my first iPhone.
How I ever did without it still seems crazy to me, so it must never be allowed to go away or taken from any App Store. Let's make that a law so it will be legally protected!
I've spent my lockdown time ripping my cd collection to FLAC, and I came across one of my electronic mix cd's from around No song listing, no CD-Text, not even a label.
I spent about an hour looking through my computer files to see if I had any notes or playlists or cd-burning files that would help me identify the unfamiliar music on the disc.
I tried listening to it to see if I could figure out the songs, but no luck at all. I was thinking there was no way Shazam would be even remotely helpful for this kind of stuff.
I was dead wrong. Shazam nailed every single song, even the remixes. My version was longer than the listed time. I did a little more research to see if there was a longer version.
When there wasn't, I decided to check to see if that song ripped with extra silence at the head or tail in error on my CD.
Sure enough, Shazam was right, and my disc was wrong: 30 seconds of silence at the end of the track.
I am seriously stunned at what a great job Shazam did with such an eclectic disc of music. I knew it was good at the popular stuff, but most of these songs didn't have lyrics and in some cases, melodies.
Anyway, highly recommended and highly grateful. Requires iOS Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. App Store Preview.
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