Comics character and titles similar to or like Captain Marvel (DC Comics)

Fictional superhero appearing in American comics originally published by Fawcett Comics, and currently published by DC Comics. Wikipedia

  • Marvel Family

    The Marvel Family, also known as the Shazam Family, are a group of superheroes who originally appeared in books published by Fawcett Comics and were later acquired by DC Comics. Created as an extension of Fawcett's Captain Marvel franchise, and included Marvel's sister Mary Marvel, their friend Captain Marvel Jr., and, at various times, a number of other characters as well. Wikipedia

  • Mary Marvel

    Fictional character superheroine originally published by Fawcett Comics and now owned by DC Comics. Created by Otto Binder and Marc Swayze, she first appeared in Captain Marvel Adventures #18 (cover-dated Dec. 1942). Wikipedia

  • Black Adam

    Fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. One of the archenemies of the superhero Captain Marvel and the nemesis of the Marvel Family. Wikipedia

  • Captain Marvel Jr.

    Fictional superhero originally published by Fawcett Comics and currently published by DC Comics. Created by Ed Herron and Mac Raboy, and first appeared in Whiz Comics #25 in December 1941. Wikipedia

  • Shazam (wizard)

    Fictional character appearing in American comic books published by both Fawcett Comics and DC Comics. Djimon Hounsou played the ancient wizard Shazam in the theatrical film. Wikipedia

  • Doctor Sivana

    Fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Recurring enemy of the superhero Captain Marvel/Shazam, both of whom first appeared in Whiz Comics #2 by Fawcett Comics. Wikipedia

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    • Marvelman (later retitled Miracleman for legal reasons) was a series that originally had been published in Britain from 1954 through to 1963, based largely upon the American comic Captain Marvel.Alan Moore-Wikipedia
    • This extended to DC suing Fawcett Comics over Captain Marvel, at the time comics' top-selling character (see National Comics Publications, Inc. v. Fawcett Publications, Inc.).DC Comics-Wikipedia
    • The Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark clash in the "Trinity War" storyline, and Shazam (whose origin was told in a back-up feature in Justice League) joins the Justice League.Justice League-Wikipedia
    • Originally cast in the role as early as September 2014 as the antagonist, in a film centered around the superhero Billy Batson/Shazam, his villainous role for Shazam! was re-worked into two separate films.Dwayne Johnson-Wikipedia
    • During the Golden Age, the original form of the Lasso had the power to force anyone caught to obey any command given them, even overriding the mind control of others; this was effective enough to defeat strong-willed beings like Captain Marvel.Wonder Woman-Wikipedia
    • The series was set in the future of the DC Universe, where the world is ruled by superheroic dynasties, including the House of Steel (presided over by Superman and Wonder Woman) and the House of Thunder (led by the Captain Marvel family).Alan Moore-Wikipedia

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