Re: Doc's question- here's a bit from Missing Day
- "> He knew the trap would seem like seconds to them but to him, it was a sad and long ordeal."
I would say, for a being who has already lived for thousands of years, and will live for more thousands, it was probably more like a sad and short ordeal - 20 years is probably like the blink of an eye to him...
--- In ShazamEarthSliveson@yahoogroups.com, "libbyblawrence" <lawrenceliberty@...> wrote:
> I can't find the story in question but in one story I had Billy ask Shazam why he had not freed them. It wasn't in the Missing Day story since the Marvels are off panel most of the story. It wasn't on the E2Prime story Many Unhappy Returns because in it, Superman stops the Trap. I'm sorry I not more help.
> Anyway, Shazam says something like they are his children and he was never so sorrowful as he was during that time when they were trapped but it was for the greater good since he knew they would be needed along with their less super allies who age normally- at a future time.
> He knew the trap would seem like seconds to them but to him, it was a sad and long ordeal.