Shazam of Earth-S

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Shazam is an Egyptian wizard who grants [[Billy Batson]] the ability to transform himself into [[Captain Marvel]].  
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Shazam is an Egyptian wizard who grants [[Billy Batson of Earth-S|Billy Batson]] the ability to transform himself into [[Captain Marvel of Earth-S|Captain Marvel]]. The alternate Earth on which he resided, before his death in 1940, is named [[Earth-S]] in his honor.  
  
When Shazam was just a young youth lad (7,000 B.C.), the young boy was chosen by six long-since forgotten gods to become their champion! The six gods: Voldar, Lumiun, Arel, Ribalvei, Elbiam, and Marsosh developed a magic code word formed from the first initial of their names. So when Shazam said the name, VLAREM!, he would instantly transform into The Champion and gain super powers! (WF No. 262, Apr/May 1980: "The Captain Marvel of 7,000 B.C.")
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When Shazam was just a young lad, circa 7,000 B.C., he was chosen by six long-since-forgotten gods to become their champion! The six gods: Voldar, Lumiun, Arel, Ribalvei, Elbiam, and Marsosh developed a magic codeword formed from the first initial of their names. So when Shazam said the name, VLAREM!, he would instantly transform into The Champion and gain super powers! (WF No. 262, Apr/May 1980: "The Captain Marvel of 7,000 B.C.")
  
 
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Shazam is an Egyptian wizard who grants Billy Batson the ability to transform himself into Captain Marvel. The alternate Earth on which he resided, before his death in 1940, is named Earth-S in his honor.

When Shazam was just a young lad, circa 7,000 B.C., he was chosen by six long-since-forgotten gods to become their champion! The six gods: Voldar, Lumiun, Arel, Ribalvei, Elbiam, and Marsosh developed a magic codeword formed from the first initial of their names. So when Shazam said the name, VLAREM!, he would instantly transform into The Champion and gain super powers! (WF No. 262, Apr/May 1980: "The Captain Marvel of 7,000 B.C.")

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