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Superman/Shazam: Primer trueno Publicada originalmente en los números 1 a 4 de Superman/Shazam: First Thunder, de noviembre de 2005 a febrero de 2006. Con tan solo una palabra mágica, el huérfano Billy Batson se puede transformar en un hombre con el poder de los dioses, pero hasta alguien con la sabiduría de Salomón puede aprender de Superman. Mientras Superman tiene que de Superman/Shazam: Primer trueno Publicada originalmente en los números 1 a 4 de Superman/Shazam: First Thunder, de noviembre de 2005 a febrero de 2006. Con tan solo una palabra mágica, el huérfano Billy Batson se puede transformar en un hombre con el poder de los dioses, pero hasta alguien con la sabiduría de Salomón puede aprender de Superman. Mientras Superman tiene que detener a los miembros de un misterioso culto que están robando artefactos antiguos del Museo de Historia Natural de Metropolis, Billy tendrá que luchar contra los robots gigantes que están arrasando Fawcett City. Estos eventos, aparentemente independientes, conducirán a nuestros héroes a un cruce de caminos que forjará una estrecha amistad entre los dos defensores más poderosos de la Tierra y que unirá sus destinos para detener las amenazas de Lex Luthor, Dr. Sivana, Eclipso y el monstruoso Lord Sabbac. Superman núm. 276 Publicado originalmente en junio de 1974. Capitán Thunder es un superhéroe con unos poderes similares a los de Superman que es enviado por sus enemigos desde su Tierra hasta Tierra Uno. Cuando las condiciones de Tierra Uno provoquen que Capitán Thunder se convierta en un villano, Superman será el único capaz de detenerlo.


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Superman/Shazam: Primer trueno Publicada originalmente en los números 1 a 4 de Superman/Shazam: First Thunder, de noviembre de 2005 a febrero de 2006. Con tan solo una palabra mágica, el huérfano Billy Batson se puede transformar en un hombre con el poder de los dioses, pero hasta alguien con la sabiduría de Salomón puede aprender de Superman. Mientras Superman tiene que de Superman/Shazam: Primer trueno Publicada originalmente en los números 1 a 4 de Superman/Shazam: First Thunder, de noviembre de 2005 a febrero de 2006. Con tan solo una palabra mágica, el huérfano Billy Batson se puede transformar en un hombre con el poder de los dioses, pero hasta alguien con la sabiduría de Salomón puede aprender de Superman. Mientras Superman tiene que detener a los miembros de un misterioso culto que están robando artefactos antiguos del Museo de Historia Natural de Metropolis, Billy tendrá que luchar contra los robots gigantes que están arrasando Fawcett City. Estos eventos, aparentemente independientes, conducirán a nuestros héroes a un cruce de caminos que forjará una estrecha amistad entre los dos defensores más poderosos de la Tierra y que unirá sus destinos para detener las amenazas de Lex Luthor, Dr. Sivana, Eclipso y el monstruoso Lord Sabbac. Superman núm. 276 Publicado originalmente en junio de 1974. Capitán Thunder es un superhéroe con unos poderes similares a los de Superman que es enviado por sus enemigos desde su Tierra hasta Tierra Uno. Cuando las condiciones de Tierra Uno provoquen que Capitán Thunder se convierta en un villano, Superman será el único capaz de detenerlo.

30 review for Superman/Shazam: Primer Trueno

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    First Thunder is about Superman and Captain Marvel/Shazam’s first encounter. Their nemeses Lex and Sivana team up to fight them. The usual bullshit ensues. Still awake? Not for long if you read this book! Judd Winick and Joshua Middleton’s book is an unimpressively generic superhero comic. Winick is on autopilot hacking out a dreary by-the-numbers script while Middleton’s art makes it look like a cheap Saturday morning cartoon. The one exception is towards the end when Billy suffers a major loss First Thunder is about Superman and Captain Marvel/Shazam’s first encounter. Their nemeses Lex and Sivana team up to fight them. The usual bullshit ensues. Still awake? Not for long if you read this book! Judd Winick and Joshua Middleton’s book is an unimpressively generic superhero comic. Winick is on autopilot hacking out a dreary by-the-numbers script while Middleton’s art makes it look like a cheap Saturday morning cartoon. The one exception is towards the end when Billy suffers a major loss and, being a kid, has trouble dealing with it, revealing to Superman that Captain Marvel is secretly a child. That one aspect of the story was interesting but the rest of it was the usual dull “superheroes punching stuff” ad infinitum. Superman/Shazam: First Thunder is a bland, unmemorable team-up between these two Golden Age characters – I wouldn’t bother.

  2. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    A nice stand alone story of how Superman and Shazam can be so alike, yet so different. This is a basic team up idea. Both Superman and Shazam are after the same people. When things get a bit too much for each other they decide to team up and kick some booty. Easy enough premise. Then, a terrible event happens to one of them and this takes a darker route than I expected. The last few pages really sum up who these characters are and why they are so alike and different all at once. Good: The art is A nice stand alone story of how Superman and Shazam can be so alike, yet so different. This is a basic team up idea. Both Superman and Shazam are after the same people. When things get a bit too much for each other they decide to team up and kick some booty. Easy enough premise. Then, a terrible event happens to one of them and this takes a darker route than I expected. The last few pages really sum up who these characters are and why they are so alike and different all at once. Good: The art is cartoony as hell but it works so well. I love the brightness and happiness of it all. I also thought Superman and Shazam dialogue back and forth is both endearing and fun. The last issue hits home and those final few pages really made me smile to show who these characters are and why. It sums it up perfectly. Bad: The pacing is a bit weird. It's slow at parts and SUPER fast at others. Think being 4 issues it gets rushed though a bit. I also felt like the basic storyline, least first 3 issues, are fun but just same old we've always seen. Overall, a 3.5 out of 5. A nice surprise. With a extra issue I can see this being a 4 out of 5.

  3. 5 out of 5

    L. McCoy

    SUPER FAST REVIEW: So the story is entertaining and surprisingly suspenseful. Unfortunately the dialogue is pretty bad and many moments are anti-climactic. The art is hit or miss, sometimes it looks amazing and fits the book super well, other times it looks hideous. Very meh overall, wouldn’t recommend to anyone but I didn’t dislike it. Had potential to be much better. 3/5

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gavin

    This book seems aimed at younger readers, but that's not a bad thing. Judd Winick is talented, and here he tells the tale of when Superman and Captain Marvel first meet. The best part of this is the emotional bond that forges between 2 of the most powerful men on the planet. What takes it to a whole new level, is when one of them finds out the other isn't a man at all...I may have been feeling overly sentimental, but I smiled at this one. Simple plot, bad guys aren't the important part at all. A This book seems aimed at younger readers, but that's not a bad thing. Judd Winick is talented, and here he tells the tale of when Superman and Captain Marvel first meet. The best part of this is the emotional bond that forges between 2 of the most powerful men on the planet. What takes it to a whole new level, is when one of them finds out the other isn't a man at all...I may have been feeling overly sentimental, but I smiled at this one. Simple plot, bad guys aren't the important part at all. A quick, easy read, simple book, and a decent book for kids looking to get into comics.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anna Kay

    A decent story that could've been better. I liked the realistic consequences suffered by Captain Marvel in the shoot-out at the subway station. But my favorite part was the relationship between Marvel and Superman, especially that last page. A decent story that could've been better. I liked the realistic consequences suffered by Captain Marvel in the shoot-out at the subway station. But my favorite part was the relationship between Marvel and Superman, especially that last page.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Victor The Reader

    A near perfect crossover with the original Captain Marvel and the Man of Steel that’s more lighthearted than serious, with a shocking final part that strains the fast friendship and a quick cliffhanger. A- (91%/Excellent)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Will Robinson Jr.

    A simple superhero tale with a strong finish. Over the years I have become a bigger fan of Superman and the importance of the character as an idea of the hero. Most would say that having heroes like Shazam & Superman in the same book is a bit redundant but Judd Winick does a great job of showcasing their differences. I felt that Winick does get the characters and the often absurdity of the worlds in which they exist. Superman is all about science fiction as a contrast to Shazam aka Captain Marve A simple superhero tale with a strong finish. Over the years I have become a bigger fan of Superman and the importance of the character as an idea of the hero. Most would say that having heroes like Shazam & Superman in the same book is a bit redundant but Judd Winick does a great job of showcasing their differences. I felt that Winick does get the characters and the often absurdity of the worlds in which they exist. Superman is all about science fiction as a contrast to Shazam aka Captain Marvel being about magic. Even though the plot of this book is simple the execution of the story was really well done and surprisingly missed in superhero comics today. DC and Marvel have gotten away from just telling stories of good versus evil. It was great to read something where evil is well defined and the heroes meet the challenge of stopping that evil. It is sad we only got four issues of this series because it is a really fun book. The artwork by Joshua Middleton is really good and the colors are vibrant giving the book a fantastic feel. Now, this isn't the best Shazam tale I have ever read but it is worth the read especially for its ending. The dialogue between Billy Batson and Clark Kent is really well done. The tragedy that hits young Billy is shocking but it sets up a real Father & son dynamic between the Man of Steel & Captain Marvel. It is Billy's innocence that makes him a great candidate for the mantle of Shazam but Superman reminds us that burden should not be shouldered on Billy alone. The boy will need guidance and this story really gets the reader excited for more team-ups with two of the most powerful superheroes in existence. I would highly recommend this book for fans of Shazam. It is also a great Superman tale as well. Of course, here are a few recommendations for other Shazam tales: Shazam! The Monster Society of Evil, Shazam!, Shazam!, Vol. 1: The Seven Magic Lands Part 1 and The Multiversity.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Super fun, enjoyable, and light-hearted adventure with Superman and Captain Marvel meeting. Really wish they had done a sequel. I love the art style, and it fits the tone perfectly, though sometimes faces were a little weird to me.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    I'm bias AF when it comes to reviewing this super short comic because I love Shazam a lot and I especially love Billy and Clark's relationship. Clark being a mentor to Billy is just so good and sweet and pure that I want it in every comic, TV show, and movie. It has to one of my favorite relationships in the DC universe of what I've seen so far in the comics/shows/movies. As I said for Throne of Atlantis, I'm primarily playing catch-up on DC comics in prep for the future DCEU films. While this i I'm bias AF when it comes to reviewing this super short comic because I love Shazam a lot and I especially love Billy and Clark's relationship. Clark being a mentor to Billy is just so good and sweet and pure that I want it in every comic, TV show, and movie. It has to one of my favorite relationships in the DC universe of what I've seen so far in the comics/shows/movies. As I said for Throne of Atlantis, I'm primarily playing catch-up on DC comics in prep for the future DCEU films. While this is a somewhat old comic - 13 years - I would love if if the Shazam solo film took some elements from this film. The villain will definitely be the same, surprisingly enough, but I want Clark in the film too. Perhaps not as big a presence as he had in this comic, but just appearing enough to cement himself as an ally/teammate for Shazam as well as a mentor for Billy. Granted, Billy will be in a good foster home in the film, but he can't exactly tell his foster parents about his powers, can he? And his foster siblings wouldn't understand the dual-life struggle, so Clark is the best fit to be a friend/mentor for Billy. Though, a brief team-up mid-battle would be quite fun to see on-screen...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Colona Public Library

    This seems to be a one shot book, it wraps up nicely at the end but left it open ended enough if more of the series happen to pop up. This came out in 2006 so I doubt there will be anymore but this ends pretty clean. I thought this was really cute with Superman and Shazam! bonding and talking, I like the characterization in this too even though it is short. Both Clark and Billy are sweethearts and seeing the end really breaks my heart. I love Superman so much as a role model and the ending is ju This seems to be a one shot book, it wraps up nicely at the end but left it open ended enough if more of the series happen to pop up. This came out in 2006 so I doubt there will be anymore but this ends pretty clean. I thought this was really cute with Superman and Shazam! bonding and talking, I like the characterization in this too even though it is short. Both Clark and Billy are sweethearts and seeing the end really breaks my heart. I love Superman so much as a role model and the ending is just a show of that Superman's character that I love to see. I will never get tired of how kind and trusting Superman is. ~Ashley

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christopher (Donut)

    "Witness their first meeting.." What. Ever. This is like their fifteenth first meeting. One more DC "year one," hence the title First Thunder. A pretty good job of keeping the art and the story naive, but not sappy. "Witness their first meeting.." What. Ever. This is like their fifteenth first meeting. One more DC "year one," hence the title First Thunder. A pretty good job of keeping the art and the story naive, but not sappy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Himanshu Karmacharya

    This comic book has some of the best moments in Superman and Captain Marvel's history. The plot is nothing out of the extraordinary, but there are some heart touching moments. The art is decent, Joshua has his own unique style. This comic book has some of the best moments in Superman and Captain Marvel's history. The plot is nothing out of the extraordinary, but there are some heart touching moments. The art is decent, Joshua has his own unique style.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Justin

    A telling of the first meeting between Superman and Captain Marvel, this series is best known for handing Captain Marvel & the wizard Shazam a huge idiot ball (like, literally, Solomon is in both their names) and that isn’t any better in the collected story. Overall, it’s ok until then. Winick fumbled the landing so much tho. I’m still not sure why Eclipso was there either.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Windsor Tevita-Tanielu

    I chose this because the cover made it look exciting. I really like this book,because there superheroes and they can fly,run fast and strong,they team to save the world.They did lots of good things and I that I need to do the right thing.There this part they team up and save the world I learned to do the right thing because they did lots of good thingsand save the world.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder is a mini-series, published by DC Comics in 2006, which recounts the first meeting between two DC superheroes, Superman and Shazam (Captain Marvel). Contrary to the usual popular stereotype, the encounter proves most pleasant as they quickly become staunch allies whose complement each other well. This trade paperback collects all four issues of the mini-series. As I am going to watch the film tomorrow, I thought reading this would be apropos. Furthermore, this is o Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder is a mini-series, published by DC Comics in 2006, which recounts the first meeting between two DC superheroes, Superman and Shazam (Captain Marvel). Contrary to the usual popular stereotype, the encounter proves most pleasant as they quickly become staunch allies whose complement each other well. This trade paperback collects all four issues of the mini-series. As I am going to watch the film tomorrow, I thought reading this would be apropos. Furthermore, this is one of three trade paperbacks that DC Comics suggest anyone to read, before watching the film. Superman is traveling to Fawcett City in pursuit of a group of criminals who have just robbed a museum from Metropolis and used magic against him. Upon arriving in Fawcett, he finds Captain Marvel fighting the same group of thieves. Together, Superman and Marvel dispatch a pair of monsters in a battle where Superman is impressed at how this new hero is able to ward off magic attacks that he himself is defenseless against. While Captain Marvel, is a bit envious of Superman's additional vision and breath based powers. Afterward, they take a break from crime fighting to chat at Mt. Everest, where they discuss their powers and professional lives as superheroes. Superman breaks off the more personal aspects of the conversation, remarking that he prefers to keep his two lives entirely separate. Captain Marvel says he understands, but that he thinks "it kind of stinks". Later on, they continue to work together to thwart the villains Lord Sabbac (who the museum-robbing gang had been attempting to summon all along) and Eclipso. At the end, Superman notes he is glad to have an ally in the Captain who is better suited to battling the supernatural than he would ever be. Judd Winick has penned the entire trade paperback. For the most part, it is written rather well, it is a quaint and wonderful story about two powerful superheroes meeting. I liked that Shazam has kept some of his childlike mannerism, as he is just a boy pretending to be an adult with superpowers. They get together rather well with surprise, surprise, very little trouble free. Joshua Middleton was the penciler for the trade paperback. Since he was the only penciler, the artistic flow of the trade paperback flowed exceptionally well. For the most part, I enjoyed his penciling style – it accentuates the narrative rather well. All in all, Superman/Shazam!: First Thunder is a wonderful recount on how two of the most super powered superheroes in the DC Universe met.

  16. 4 out of 5

    James De León

    I love stories that focus on the relationship between Superman and The Big Red Cheese, so this was a necessary read for me. In First Thunder, Judd Winick covers Superman and Captain Marvel's first encounter (and subsequent team up). While their respective arch nemeses (Lex and Dr. Sivanna) hate each other, they end up forming an alliance to face the powerful duo. I must admit that the story is not too deep (save for some of Superman's reactions to a few 'reveals' and a moment towards the end wher I love stories that focus on the relationship between Superman and The Big Red Cheese, so this was a necessary read for me. In First Thunder, Judd Winick covers Superman and Captain Marvel's first encounter (and subsequent team up). While their respective arch nemeses (Lex and Dr. Sivanna) hate each other, they end up forming an alliance to face the powerful duo. I must admit that the story is not too deep (save for some of Superman's reactions to a few 'reveals' and a moment towards the end where we see Billy trying to cope with loss), but it still works great. The art is beautiful to look at. I can see where the film Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam took inspiration from. 7/10 for both art and story.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Wayland Smith

    I read this back when it first came out as single issues. Captain Marvel has always been a favorite character of mine, and, given his power set, pairing him with Superman happens a lot. This is another version of the first meeting of these two incredibly powerful characters. It's a good story, but what really makes it great is near the end. Superman learns Captain Marvel's secret, and is appalled. Not at Billy. He manages a meeting with the Wizard Shazam and takes him to task for risking a boy's I read this back when it first came out as single issues. Captain Marvel has always been a favorite character of mine, and, given his power set, pairing him with Superman happens a lot. This is another version of the first meeting of these two incredibly powerful characters. It's a good story, but what really makes it great is near the end. Superman learns Captain Marvel's secret, and is appalled. Not at Billy. He manages a meeting with the Wizard Shazam and takes him to task for risking a boy's life and bringing an innocent into so much danger over and over. It's a good series, decent story, and great ending. Recommended for fans of Superman, Captain Marvel, or good hero stories in general.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Thona

    Take it from a dedicated comic book reader that recognizes when sensationalism and pan handling to 4chan dudebros, as well as a avid fan of both Clark and Billy This book? DID THAT it's so fucking good you want a story that sums up both of these titular characters? Then Judd winnick has done gonna solid by writing this genius of a book I'm deadass rn You can have random douchebags that claim they know stuff just bc they watched the animated movies or have the wiki pages bookmarked tell you white w Take it from a dedicated comic book reader that recognizes when sensationalism and pan handling to 4chan dudebros, as well as a avid fan of both Clark and Billy This book? DID THAT it's so fucking good you want a story that sums up both of these titular characters? Then Judd winnick has done gonna solid by writing this genius of a book I'm deadass rn You can have random douchebags that claim they know stuff just bc they watched the animated movies or have the wiki pages bookmarked tell you white with their interlocking of panels from this comic you know why? BECAUSE EVERY PANEL IN THIS COMIC WAS LIT AS FUCK READ IT

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mmmhhmm

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm a goddamn sucker for father-son dynamics. If there's a piece of media that has something like this, it doesn't matter if the majority of the bit is crap, I will eat it like candy. There's Endeavour Morse with Fred Thursday, Tony Stark with young Peter Parker, Bobby Singer with the Winchesters-- you get the point. Papa Bear tropes will always, always appeal to me. I can understand why people don't like this book. The secondary plot with the badguys and magical monsters is ehhhhhhhhh... fine. O I'm a goddamn sucker for father-son dynamics. If there's a piece of media that has something like this, it doesn't matter if the majority of the bit is crap, I will eat it like candy. There's Endeavour Morse with Fred Thursday, Tony Stark with young Peter Parker, Bobby Singer with the Winchesters-- you get the point. Papa Bear tropes will always, always appeal to me. I can understand why people don't like this book. The secondary plot with the badguys and magical monsters is ehhhhhhhhh... fine. Or even, the most wtf moment in the book is killing off the only black character in the entire book. Yup, they pull that shit. As I said, I enjoy Papa Bear tropes, so take my five star rating with a grain of salt. Easily the best parts of the comic are the interactions between Shazam and Superman. Their conversations feel real, and because Billy is just a 10 year old kid, his happy-go-lucky attitude really brings out a softness in Superman. At the end when Superman confronts Shazam, demanding answers, Billy reveals himself. And Superman... "Who did this to you?" oOOOOOOOOooooOOOOOooooOOoo.... I get chicken flesh every time I read that panel.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Richard

    For those of you who keep making the arguments about the problems writing a character like Superman, may I present to you Judd Winick and his inspiring, tragic story of Superman and Captain Marvel. In four briskly-paced issues, Winick reminds us that it is not, in fact, their phenomenal power that makes Superman or the Big Red Cheese heroic - it is the choices they make. I admit to being lukewarm on the art, but I got over that. The action is really well presented, and the story is just amazing.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Babsidi

    This is one of the best written Supes books I've read in ages. His rage at realizing what's been done to Billy, the fact that he takes Shazam's earnest innocence in without a blink, and that utterly disarming moment at the end where he gives Billy the friend he needs. I need more of these two hanging out in my life. Also, could we stop killing the PoC to move forward the plot? That would be lovely, thanks. This is one of the best written Supes books I've read in ages. His rage at realizing what's been done to Billy, the fact that he takes Shazam's earnest innocence in without a blink, and that utterly disarming moment at the end where he gives Billy the friend he needs. I need more of these two hanging out in my life. Also, could we stop killing the PoC to move forward the plot? That would be lovely, thanks.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    A fun team up that demonstrates how shallow the surface similarities between Captain Marvel (is he Shazam now? Do I have to call him that as a character, cause I kind of hate it.) and Superman are. Winnick and Middleton deliver an effective, stand-alone, re-imagining of a first encounter between Superman and Captain Marvel. Well written and entertaining if short of spectacular, it nevertheless manages to tell a fun, interesting story while delivering insights into both starring characters.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bill Coffin

    Brilliant in its execution from start to finish, this story of how Superman and Captain Marvel first met hits all the right notes in a modern and deeply satisfying tale of superheroes finding their way. The ending - which circulates online - kind of spoils this read just a little, but it is all so good that even knowing how those emotional final pages play out, First Thunder remains a read you dare not miss for any superhero fan.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Blake Billings

    I don't know if this story was the first time Superman and Captain Marvel have met in comic books, or if this is just the post-crisis retelling, but what an incredible narrative. I've seen those two meet a number of times from different animated retellings and none of them were even close to the depth of emotion and realism of this story. One of the favorite arcs I've read in comics up to this point. I don't know if this story was the first time Superman and Captain Marvel have met in comic books, or if this is just the post-crisis retelling, but what an incredible narrative. I've seen those two meet a number of times from different animated retellings and none of them were even close to the depth of emotion and realism of this story. One of the favorite arcs I've read in comics up to this point.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Francisco Becerra

    Much better than the DC animated movie, this comic deals with two superpowers meeting and finding themselves. Billy Batson is amazingly reimagined as an orphan AND an outcast, a downtrodded god that is a child that copes with harsh realities. Sivana and Luthor are also characterized as the most vile businessmen imaginable, and the final dialogue between Superman and the Wizard Shazam is amazing. I'm not very fan of the drawing style, but it has its moments. Much better than the DC animated movie, this comic deals with two superpowers meeting and finding themselves. Billy Batson is amazingly reimagined as an orphan AND an outcast, a downtrodded god that is a child that copes with harsh realities. Sivana and Luthor are also characterized as the most vile businessmen imaginable, and the final dialogue between Superman and the Wizard Shazam is amazing. I'm not very fan of the drawing style, but it has its moments.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Oliver Eike

    A great look back to when heroes were heroes. Rather than mass murderers that do whatever they want, because the writer is a massive GoT fan. The whole relationship between Superman and Captain Marvel is heartwarming. And Superman talking with Shazam himself, reminds me why as a character, he has always meant so much to me since i can remember. Well worth a look if you want to read a comic that is will take you on an emotional journey.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lizz

    I had seen the end of this book on Tumblr - when Billy reveals himself to Superman, and Clark’s reaction - and wanted to read the rest of the story. The end was already good, but it’s even better now with the rest of the story to back it up. I really enjoyed this and I hope Superman shows up in the Shazam movie.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Rizzie

    This is by far my favorite Shazam comic. Billy's voice and perspective is so well captured here, especially in contrast to Clark. The comic finds a way to keep the light tone of most Shazam comics, while not shying away from darker topics. It's surprisingly emotional, and the way Clark's relationship to Billy develops is genuinely heartwarming. This is by far my favorite Shazam comic. Billy's voice and perspective is so well captured here, especially in contrast to Clark. The comic finds a way to keep the light tone of most Shazam comics, while not shying away from darker topics. It's surprisingly emotional, and the way Clark's relationship to Billy develops is genuinely heartwarming.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Antonio Feitoza Gomes

    Full of heart and adventure, this is a simole but to the point origin story to the friendship of Superman and Shazam! and it is done masterfully. I loved both the writing and the art. I have the tendency to detest text over art abs this book does not do that. Also, the ending made me cry. Fully recommended!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mhorg

    The greatest captain marvel story ever Yes i said captain marvel and i don't care what Disney or marvel has to say. Shazam! Is captain marvel and this story is the greatest Shazam story I've ever read. It really touched me as a long time comic reader. Just a brilliant story and the last panel brought tears to my eyes. Just brilliant. The greatest captain marvel story ever Yes i said captain marvel and i don't care what Disney or marvel has to say. Shazam! Is captain marvel and this story is the greatest Shazam story I've ever read. It really touched me as a long time comic reader. Just a brilliant story and the last panel brought tears to my eyes. Just brilliant.

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