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When young Bill Batson speaks the word "Shazam!" a magical lightning bolt transforms him. Embodied with the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the stamina of Atlas, the power of Zeus, the invulnerability of Achilles and the speed of Mercury he is now Shazam, the worlds mightiest mortal.

Meticulously developed to capture the classic heroic look of the character and outfitted on a new One:12 Collective body, the costume has some amazing details. The final product blends these elements to create a timeless icon with a "real world" look.

The One:12 Collective Shazam features:

  • Hyper-realistic portraits
  • Accurately-scaled real fabric costume
  • Poseable cape
  • Incredibly detailed sculpted costume accents
  • Super articulated body with over 32 points of articulation

What's in the box:

  • Standard portrait
  • Alternate smiling portrait
  • Alternate yelling "Shazam!" portrait
  • Fists (L & R)
  • Flying hands (L & R)
  • Grabbing hands (L & R)
  • Mr. Mind
  • Mr. Atom
  • Attachable lightning bolt
  • Display base with posing post

Each figure is packaged in a deluxe, fifth panel window box with protective slipcover. Designed for collector convenience, the packaging allows for both maximum protection as well as ease of removal for display.

Product Details

Product Scale
Packaging Type
Window Box
Product Weight
3 lb
Recommended Ages
15 and up

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A viewer
from Maryland

Shazam is Awesome!

I just received this figure last night. I did the initial pre-order last spring and anxiously awaited this figure. There are not many Captain Shazam figures available outside what DC puts out, so I was wanted one to add to my collection. This is my first Mezco purchase and I will order more. I was actually impressed with everything: the printed packaging, the packing shells, but most especially how AWESOME this figure looks. The details and costume and well done and spot on. The costume fits tight and the wired cape makes for great display poses. The additional accessories like the lightning bolt, Mr. Atom, and Mr. Mind just add to this amazing figure. Thanks Mezco! Great work!
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from Philadelphia, PA USA

Fwoosh Review!

This is a thoroughly excellent figure, probably the best representation of Captain Marvel I've ever owned. Check out the full review here!:
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CobraShadowJoes (Steve Wagner)
from NJ USA

Mezco Toyz One:12 Collective Shazam Figure Review

Shazam, also known as Captain Marvel is a character first created in 1939! Shazam actually comes from acronym of 6 Greek "immortal elders"- Solomon, Hercules, Atlas, Zeus, Achilles, and Mercury. Shazam is a boy named Billy Batson who by speaking the word Shazam transforms into a costume adult with superhuman strength, speed, flight, and other capabilities. Shazam is truly one of our first comic book super hero's, lets see how Mezco did translating that into a One:12 figure!

Impressed, just totally impressed with each new figure Mezco Toyz releases for the One:12 line. Shazam is very easy to pose, capture different looks, and great accessories to play with. I really appreciate Mr Mind, and Mr Atom with this figure, it was definitely one of the things I was looking forward to. His cape really allows for a lot of different looks, and impressed at just how detailed it is. I have the 80's Super Powers version, and now I am very happy to have the Mezco Toyz version to sit on my Mezco shelf!

Check out our full review here at CobrashadowJoes
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A viewer
from New York, US

Earth's Mightiest Mezco!

Red Cup Review- the One:12 Collective Shazam.
Say the word and be blessed with the Might of Mezco's Shazam.
Probably the best in an already star studded line up of great offerings from Mezco.
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Jason Micciche
from NY, NY

The Power of Shazam!

Shazam is the latest in the One:12 line from Mezco, and he’s more or less in keeping with the incredible quality that the series showcases. I think it’s more that fair to say that you’d be hard-pressed to find a better made and realized series of 6″ figures out there right now. Or ones that have the detailing and scope that the One:12 has for that matter.

But while there is a lot of good with Shazam, there’s actually a little iffy-ness to this one too. That’s something that I’ve yet to encounter with a One:12 too. So while it’s not a figure-killer of a downside, it’s maybe a little more pronounced for me than it might normally be.

But let’s start with the good news: This figure basically still kicks butt.

Popping open the collector-friendly packaging will treat you to maybe the best figure of Shazam ever. He has all the One:12 poseability that you’d expect, which means that you can use those 32 points of articulation to make some epic displays.

The flight stand included, makes that even better, as you can pose Cap soaring across your shelf. Oh sorry, I meant Shazam can soar across your shelf.

Billy here also comes packed with the usual assortment of extra hands and “portraits” (extra heads). In the box are outstretched hands for flying (or karate-chopping I guess), a pair of fists for smashing stuff, and a pair of grasping hands.

He’s also got three possible heads, with standard, smiling (fits for the character), and shouting ones. The shouting one in particular is awesome, since it works with another accessory to recreate the moment Shazam shouts… Shazam.

And speaking of those accessories, there are some very cool ones. Mezco doesn’t skimp on the accessories when it comes to the One:12 Collective, and that’s doubly true with Shazam. I mentioned above that you can make the ‘Shazam’ pose, and that’s possible through the use of the extra head and a cool lightning bolt that attaches to Shazam’s chest. Needless to say, since you can see it in the pics, it looks awesome.

Also included is a poseable cape. There’s a wire going around its edge, so you can make some really neat flying or movement poses. I’ve seen this plenty of times before with other toys, but Shazam’s looks particularly great. Might be the shortness of it, since it’s not supposed to be the longest of capes. Whatever it is, it works.

Past that, you’ll find not one, but two villains packed-in. Well… one. And a piece of another. Shazam comes with Mr. Mind, who is unposeable, but looks great with a terrific sculpt. He’s a classic villain of the character who’s basically a super-intelligent, alien caterpillar. As you can imagine, he’s kinda niche.

And the second one is the robotic head of Mister (yes, another mister) Atom. A big bot, Mister Atom hasn’t been seen in comics in ages, but is particularly neat here. His head has a big fist indent in the side, from where Cap smashed him a good one, and wires dangling from his neck. You an actually make Shazam hold him by those, which makes for a really nice pose.

So, what’s not great then? I know I sort of gushed about this one, and yet you had to be thinking that there was a shoe set to drop somewhere. Well, here it is. This isn’t the biggest of issues, but part of his outfit just doesn’t look right. And I’m not used to seeing this from a One:12 entry. What’s wrong with it? The costume is a little off, for lack of a better word. Well, mine is anyway.

And it’s not completely off either, but the belt sash and the pants are somewhat ill-fitting. The sash, though you can’t honestly tell from most of the pics, is too high up on the waist. It’s stitched on too, so it’s not like you can just loosen it and lower it down. As a result, it looks odd and you have to work at it a bit to get poses to look right. Not the end of the world, but a little annoying.

As for the pants, they’re too saggy. Instead of the fitted look that One:12 figures seem to usually enjoy, Shazam’s pants look really saggy, like he’s wearing baggy, uh, tights. Or something. Fortunately, this too isn’t a deal breaker, but much like with the sash, it can take a little work to get poses to look right because of it.

While it does have it's issues with the fit of the pants, and the odd sash placement, Shazam manages to still be awesome. The accessories are excellent, and I love the addition of secondary characters (or parts of)! As you can see too, the poses you can achieve are dynamite. If you're a Captain Marvel fan (ahem) this one's kind of a can't miss.
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