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Shazam is compelling there's a reason its a classic. Still, it really is an example where one sees a comic as being dated. Stereotypes do indeed abound. Read morePublished on July 21 2004
This book is a breezy and exciting read. To see Captain Marvel drawn by his creator is a pleasure. Every young person dreams of being heroic, and this book exemplifies why. Read morePublished on Oct. 25 2000 by Stephen Sonneveld
This book collects the first of (the REAL) Captain Marvel's adventures. The stories overall aren't that good, and I will never quite like his origin, but Captain Marvel is an... Read morePublished on Oct. 19 2000 by Liam Kemp
Shazam Archives Vol.1 collects the Captain Marvel stories from Whiz #2-15. It also includes a rare first appearance as Captain Thunder in Thrilling Comics (never actually sold,... Read morePublished on July 28 2000 by Zack Davisson
Well done reprint of a now forgotten Super Hero who always had his tongue in his cheek.Where's vol. 3 ?Published on Oct. 21 1999 by J. Baesel
This is Golden Age comics at it's very best. Anyone with an appreciation for comic or American history would enjoy this.
The art is simplistic yet effective. Read more
The Golden Age Captian Marvels are possibly some of the finest comics of their era. This is a great collection of his earliest adventures and a definite must have for any fans. Read morePublished on April 7 1999
This great book puts together the early WHIZ COMICS (UP TO #15) stories of the great Captain Marvel and is a MUST HAVE for any and all Marvel Family... Read morePublished on Feb. 5 1999