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Claudia Morell David Marguelies Bautista Bertolami. Fawcett Comics. C reated in 1939 First appeared in whiz comics #2 C. C. Beck as artist Bill Parker as writer . “The Big Red Cheese”. “The World's Mightiest Mortal”. Story.

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Claudia Morell

David Marguelies

Bautista Bertolami

fawcett comics
Fawcett Comics

Created in 1939

First appeared in whiz comics #2

C. C. Beck as artist

Bill Parker as writer

story

“The Big Red Cheese”

“The World's Mightiest Mortal”

Story

Billy Batson was a normal boy chosen by a Wizard to hold super powers

By saying “Shazam!” he can become into a grown man with the usual super hero powers:

Intelligence

Strength

Stamina

Controls lightning

Courage

Speed

villain and side kick
Villain and Side-kick

Tawny the tiger

Doctor Sivana the evil scientist“TheWorld's Wickedest Scientist”

dc comics
DC Comics

Later in 1953, DC comics sued Fawcett

Stopped being published.

1973 DC now had the rights to ‘Shazam’