This time around, the biggest revelation is that the character of Darla is really getting annoying. Geoff Johns better watch out, or else Darla is on track to becoming the Shazam franchise version of Jar-Jar Binks. Fans will be rooting for her to get killed off ASAP.
Other than that, Chapter 3's big moment is that Billy, despite being a jerk, does have a sense of good in him, as he takes out a pair of bullies.
Then, Sivana finds Black Adam's tomb, and gets struck by lightning, which gives him the gift of being able to see magic (whatever that means).
Hopefully Billy will actually get his powers before chapter 8, but I won't hold my breath at this pace.
Despite my sarcasm, it was a good read, and Gary Frank's art is great, although I doubt he should have made the bullies' father look so much like John Glover (Lionel Luthor on "Smallville").
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