The Man Of Tomorrow and The World’s Mightiest Mortal have a great deal in common (especially if you ask Nation Periodical’s lawyers in the 1950s.) But there are a few things that make them very different… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Superman/Shazam: First Thunder #4 awaits!
Once again united in the power of the magic lightning, the Marvel Family has to face down the Batman of a Victorian alternate Earth. Is even the World’s Mightiest Mortal prepared to battle the Steampunk Knight? Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Shazam #2 awaits!
These days, they call him Shazam, but some may not realize the reasons WHY the Big Red Cheese had to change his nom de guerre… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Shazam #1 awaits! These days, they call him Shazam, but some may not realize the reasons WHY the Big Red Cheese had to change his nom de guerre… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Shazam #1 awaits! SHAZAM #1 Writer: Denny O’Neil Penciler: C.C. Beck Inker: C.C. Beck Letterer: C.C. Beck Editor: Julius Schwartz Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: 20 Cents Current Near-Mint Pricing: $50.00 Previously in Shazam: In 1939, Fawcett
With the recent confirmation that Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson has accepted the role of Black Adam in Warner Brothers’ upcoming Shazam! movie, curiosity now turns to who is going to play Captain Marvel, himself (although that name doesn’t seem likely to make it to the big screen given the success of Marvel Studios in recent years)? When rumours were swirling that Dwayne John could have stepped into the lightning bolt of DC’s greatest Superman analogue it seemed like an amazing idea to cast a person of colour in this part, thereby opening up big-screen superheroes to entire demographic of
Toy makers have taken to a trend of teasing upcoming products by releasing small images before showing fans the entire statue. Kotobukyia released an image earlier this week that should have Shazam fans excited. Full image after the jump.
Justice League #7 brings us ahead five years into the present day after finally ending the Darkseid situation. I felt as if some parts dragged on previously in this series but was a great read overall. Not to mention I was really getting tired of the red hues and shading. Now that our foundation is built, where will the Justice League take us now? Find out more after the jump!
The New York Post has released the first image of the new look for Shazam! and he now sports a hoodie in his costume.
This week on the show: Galaxies are far, far, away… Dark Horse and Marvel (and BOOM!, and Image, and DC, too), Spawn vs. Gaiman… SHAZAM! [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp380.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Show Notes after the Jump!
A lot has already been said about Geoff Johns announcement that DC is changing Captain Marvel’s name to Shazam. But, we like to draw things out…
In an interview with Newsarama, Geoff Johns revealed that DC’s Captain Marvel will no longer be called Captain Marvel.
What If… Evan Shaner was given free run with Captain Marvel and allowed to create a Power of Shazam monthly series for DC Comics? The artist has posted the results and even pitched the idea at Comic Twart.
A particularly nasty demonic entity known as Blaze is set out to eliminate Shazam!, known in the mortal plane as Freddy Freeman. Billy and Mary Batson (Mary Marvel & Captain Marvel Jr) are no longer endowed with their powers. How far are they willing to go to get them back? Quit your stallin’ and take the jump!