Still listed for release next month is Shazam: The World’s Mightiest Mortal Volume 2, a second collection of 1970s Shazam! made all the more appealing by another terrific cover from Michael Cho
I came across this eye-catching study of DC Comics character Shazam by Bruno Oliveira quite by chance – tracking down the Brazilian artist’s original post here back in 2012 on DeviantArt – and thought I’d quickly spotlight it and his work.
Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame has debuted at Number 1 on the UK’s Official Film Chart with the highest-ever opening week of digital download sales. Just five weeks after becoming the highest-grossing film of all time at the box-office, Endgame clocked up… Read More ›
Shazam! has zoomed up to the Number 1 spot on the UK’s Official Film Chart following its release on disc. The light-hearted adaptation of the DC comics classic, starring Zachary Levi as the titular character, zips up two places to… Read More ›
There are a number of comic sites online quite legally republishing digital versions of comics now considered to be in the public domain, based on extensive research and sourcing original copies. One of them is the Digital Comics Museum – run by a team clearly determined to honour contested ownership when companies like Warner Bros. recently asserted rights over early appearances by the original Captain Marvel, first published by Fawcett