darkdetective27's The Multiversity: Thunderworld Adventures #1 - Captain Marvel and the Day that Never Was! review

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Fun with Captain Marvel and the Multiverse

This was a really fun comic that I enjoyed much more than the New 52 Shazam. This comic feels like one of his old comics, but with a fresh and modern feel. All the classic characters are here to partake in the fun. The story is that Sivana has discovered the existance of the multiverse. With the help of the Sivanas from other Earths, he has created an eighth day of the week and plans on using the power from the Rock of Eternity to rule the multiverse. This was a really fun story that helped rid the taste of the New 52 Shazam from my mouth. Other than a few things here and there this really does feel like a continuiation of the Marvel characters. Everyones characterization feels on point and the tone feels right. It also has the perfect amount of action and story to flow smoothly. My only complaint is that there was only one story, but hopefully they make more in the future. I would definitely recommend this comic to fans of pre New 52 Billy Batson.

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