At first, and might seem as though they have nothing to do with each other besides the fact that they’re superhero movies that came out around the same time. While we’re not going to see a Marvel and DC crossover in the near future, these two characters do share a history together because of a copyright conundrum decades ago. In fact, Shazam was Captain Marvel .
Originally published by Fawcett Comics, Captain Marvel became . Blessed by an ancient wizard, a young boy named Billy Batson only had to say “Shazam!” to transform into Captain Marvel and pick up .
While Captain Marvel was very popular, Fawcett . DC Comics noticed that Captain Marvel was an awful lot like its Superman, so