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[[caption-width-right:350:[[https://nerdist.com/article/alex-ross-echoes-of-shazam-every-captain-marvel-ever-exclusive/ "Echoes of Shazam!" by Alex Ross]], featuring pretty much ''every'' character named or inspired by Captain Marvel.[[note]]-The Captains Marvel on the bottom include, from L-R: Monica Rambeau, Mar-Vell, the New 52 Shazam, Captain Marvel, the '40s Serial Captain Marvel, Billy Batson, the '70s Captain Marvel from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', the '70s Billy Batson from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', and Carol Danvers. Also, in the background: many, many, ''many'' more.-[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[https://nerdist.com/article/alex-ross-echoes-of-shazam-every-captain-marvel-ever-exclusive/ "Echoes of Shazam!" by Alex Ross]], featuring pretty much ''every'' character named or inspired by Captain Marvel.[[note]]-The [[note]]The Captains Marvel on the bottom include, from L-R: Monica Rambeau, Mar-Vell, the New 52 Shazam, Captain Marvel, the '40s Serial Captain Marvel, Billy Batson, the '70s Captain Marvel from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', the '70s Billy Batson from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', and Carol Danvers. Also, in the background: many, many, ''many'' more.-[[/note]]]][[/note]]]]


-->-- '''Music/TheBeatles''', "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill," ''Music/TheWhiteAlbum''

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-->-- '''Music/TheBeatles''', "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill," Bill", ''Music/TheWhiteAlbum''


->''Deep in the jungle where the mighty tiger lies''\\

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->''Deep ->''"Deep in the jungle where the mighty tiger lies''\\



''So Captain Marvel zapped him right between the eyes''
--> -- Music/TheBeatles, "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill," '''''Music/TheWhiteAlbum'''''

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''So Captain Marvel zapped him right between the eyes''
--> -- Music/TheBeatles,
eyes."''
-->-- '''Music/TheBeatles''',
"The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill," '''''Music/TheWhiteAlbum'''''
''Music/TheWhiteAlbum''


[[caption-width-right:350:[[https://nerdist.com/article/alex-ross-echoes-of-shazam-every-captain-marvel-ever-exclusive/ "Echoes of Shazam!" by Alex Ross]], featuring pretty much ''every'' character named or inspired by Captain Marvel.[[note]]-The Captains Marvel on the bottom include, from L-R: Monica Rambeau, Genis-Vell, the New 52 Shazam, Captain Marvel, the '40s Serial Captain Marvel, Billy Batson, the '70s Captain Marvel from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', the '70s Billy Batson from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', and Carol Danvers. Also, in the background: many, many, ''many'' more.-[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[https://nerdist.com/article/alex-ross-echoes-of-shazam-every-captain-marvel-ever-exclusive/ "Echoes of Shazam!" by Alex Ross]], featuring pretty much ''every'' character named or inspired by Captain Marvel.[[note]]-The Captains Marvel on the bottom include, from L-R: Monica Rambeau, Genis-Vell, Mar-Vell, the New 52 Shazam, Captain Marvel, the '40s Serial Captain Marvel, Billy Batson, the '70s Captain Marvel from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', the '70s Billy Batson from ''The Shazam!/Isis Hour'', and Carol Danvers. Also, in the background: many, many, ''many'' more.-[[/note]]]]


* ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kid_Super_Power_Hour_with_Shazam! The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!]], a 1981 Creator/{{Filmation}} cartoon that contained two segment: ''Hero High'', about a high school for superheroes, and ''Shazam!'', which was about DC's Captain Marvel and the Marvel Family and the fight against their enemies.

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* ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kid_Super_Power_Hour_with_Shazam! The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!]], Shazam!]]'', a 1981 Creator/{{Filmation}} cartoon that contained two segment: ''Hero High'', about a high school for superheroes, and ''Shazam!'', which was about DC's Captain Marvel and the Marvel Family and the fight against their enemies.

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* ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kid_Super_Power_Hour_with_Shazam! The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!]], a 1981 Creator/{{Filmation}} cartoon that contained two segment: ''Hero High'', about a high school for superheroes, and ''Shazam!'', which was about DC's Captain Marvel and the Marvel Family and the fight against their enemies.


!Film, Television, and Music

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!Film, Television, Animation, and Music


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[[folder:Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/SupermanShazamTheReturnOfBlackAdam'', a DC original animated short film starring ComicBook/{{Shazam}} and ComicBook/{{Superman}}.
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[[folder:M.F. Enterprises]]
* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Marvel_(M._F._Enterprises) M.F. Enterprises' Captain Marvel]] was a jet-powered, laser-eyed android that could de-attached his limbs with the shout of "Split!" and re-attached them with the shout of "Xam!" He only appeared in four issues of ''Captain Marvel'' (from April to November 1966) and two issues ''Captain Marvel Presents the Terrible Five'' (from September 1966 to September 1967).
** The book was remembered for how much it seemed to rip-off other characters. The red-garbed android (similar to the Human Torch) was best friends with a boy named Billy ''Baxton''. He also fought an enemy named Plasticman (who was later renamed Elasticman), the mad scientist Dr. Fate, the evil mastermind the Bat (who was also later renamed the Ray), and Professor Doom.

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[[folder:M.F. Enterprises]]
[[folder:Amalgam Comics]]
* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Marvel_(M._F._Enterprises) M.F. Enterprises' When the Marvel and DC universes merged together to create the ComicBook/AmalgamUniverse, Captain Marvel became the combination between DC's [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] was a jet-powered, laser-eyed android that could de-attached his limbs with the shout of "Split!" and re-attached them with the shout of "Xam!" He only appeared in four issues of ''Captain Marvel'' (from April to November 1966) and two issues ''Captain Marvel Presents the Terrible Five'' (from September 1966 to September 1967).
** The book was remembered for how much it seemed to rip-off other characters. The red-garbed android (similar to the Human Torch) was best friends with
Marvel's [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Mar-Vell]]: a young boy named Billy ''Baxton''. He also fought an enemy Mar-Vell who, when he shouts "Kree!", turns into the "super-scientifically enhanced" adult hero named Plasticman (who was later renamed Elasticman), the mad scientist Dr. Fate, the evil mastermind the Bat (who was also later renamed the Ray), Captain Marvel. He wears a lightning bolt like ComicBook/{{Shazam}}, but his outfit is green and Professor Doom.white, like [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Mar-Vell's]] first outfit.


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[[folder:M.F. Enterprises]]
* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Marvel_(M._F._Enterprises) M.F. Enterprises' Captain Marvel]] was a jet-powered, laser-eyed android that could de-attached his limbs with the shout of "Split!" and re-attached them with the shout of "Xam!" He only appeared in four issues of ''Captain Marvel'' (from April to November 1966) and two issues ''Captain Marvel Presents the Terrible Five'' (from September 1966 to September 1967).
** The book was remembered for how much it seemed to rip-off other characters. The red-garbed android (similar to the Human Torch) was best friends with a boy named Billy ''Baxton''. He also fought an enemy named Plasticman (who was later renamed Elasticman), the mad scientist Dr. Fate, the evil mastermind the Bat (who was also later renamed the Ray), and Professor Doom.
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* The [[Characters/ShazamMarvelFamily Marvel/Shazam Family]], which were all inspired by the success of Captain Marvel, includes: Mary Marvel, Captain Marvel Jr (or [=CM3=]), Uncle Marvel, Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, Freckles Marvel, and the Lieutenant Marvels.

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* The [[Characters/ShazamMarvelFamily Marvel/Shazam Family]], which were all inspired by the success of Captain Marvel, includes: Mary ComicBook/MaryMarvel, Captain Marvel, Jr (later known as [=CM3=] and then Captain Marvel), Uncle Marvel Jr (or [=CM3=]), or Uncle Marvel, Dudley, Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, Freckles Marvel, and the Lieutenant Marvels.Marvels (Tall Marvel, Fat Marvel, and Hill marvel).
** ComicBook/TheNew52[=/=]ComicBook/DCRebirth introduced three new members of the Shazam family: Billy's adopted siblings Pedro Peña, Eugene Choi, and Darla Dudley, none of whom have code-names yet.



* [[Characters/YoungAvengers Noh-Varr]], a Kree super soldier from an alternate universe who went by Marvel Boy and the Protector before having the Captain Marvel codename passed down by Khn'nr. He later discarded the name and went by his real name.

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* [[Characters/YoungAvengers Noh-Varr]], a Kree super soldier from an alternate universe who went by Marvel Boy and the Protector before having the Captain Marvel codename code-name passed down by Khn'nr. He later discarded the name and went by his real name.


* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainMarvel'', a 1940s film serial starring Fawcett's Captain Marvel.
* ''Film/{{Captain Marvel|2019}}'', a Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse film which stars Marvel's Carol Danvers and has Mar-Vell and Monica Rambeau in supporting roles.
* ''[[Film/{{SHAZAM2019}} Shazam!]]'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.

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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainMarvel'', a 1940s film serial starring Fawcett's [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel.
Marvel]].
* ''Film/{{Captain Marvel|2019}}'', a Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse film which stars Marvel's Carol Danvers ComicBook/CarolDanvers and has Mar-Vell [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Mar-Vell]] and Monica Rambeau ComicBook/MonicaRambeau in supporting roles.
* ''[[Film/{{SHAZAM2019}} Shazam!]]'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth ComicBook/TheNew52[=/=]ComicBook/DCRebirth version of Shazam.ComicBook/{{Shazam}}.


* ''[[Film/{{SHAZAM2019}}'' Shazam!]]'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.

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* ''[[Film/{{SHAZAM2019}}'' ''[[Film/{{SHAZAM2019}} Shazam!]]'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.


* ''[[Film/SHAZAM2019'' Shazam!]]'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.

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* ''[[Film/SHAZAM2019'' ''[[Film/{{SHAZAM2019}}'' Shazam!]]'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.


* ''Film/{{Shazam}}'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.

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* ''Film/{{Shazam}}'', ''[[Film/SHAZAM2019'' Shazam!]]'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.


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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainMarvel'', a 1940s film serial starring this version.
* ''Film/{{Captain Marvel|2019}}'', a Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse film which stars Carol Danvers and has Mar-Vell and Monica Rambeau in supporting roles.
* ''Film/{{Shazam}}'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52 version of Shazam.

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* ''Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainMarvel'', a 1940s film serial starring this version.
Fawcett's Captain Marvel.
* ''Film/{{Captain Marvel|2019}}'', a Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse film which stars Marvel's Carol Danvers and has Mar-Vell and Monica Rambeau in supporting roles.
* ''Film/{{Shazam}}'', a 2019 film set in the Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse starring the New 52 52/DC Rebirth version of Shazam.



* ''Series/{{Shazam}}!'', a half-hour live-action TV series made by Creator/{{Filmation}} that went from 1974 to 1977. From 1975 to 1977, it was paired with ''Series/TheSecretsOfIsis'' in ''The Series/{{Shazam}}!/[[Series/TheSecretsOfIsis Isis]] Hour''.

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* ''Series/{{Shazam}}!'', a half-hour live-action TV series based on Fawcett's Captain Marvel. It was made by Creator/{{Filmation}} that and went on from 1974 to 1977. From 1975 to 1977, it was paired with ''Series/TheSecretsOfIsis'' in ''The Series/{{Shazam}}!/[[Series/TheSecretsOfIsis Isis]] Hour''.

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