Ooh, very energetic, not only because of the lightning, which glows at just the right places, but also because of the dynamic V composition marked by the lightning, the cape and the boy.
You see I am referring to young (looking up the character) Billy Batson as "the boy" because I'm not too familiar with Shazam/Captain Marvel.
Now picture me shocked (Oh, I like puns and you cannot stop me to use this one) when I had a look at the lightning lighting. With that much power in the bolts, you would think that it would reflect on Billy. But it doesn't. Of course there's magic at play, but how much do you want to bend the reality just so that your picture fits into it? It is also blurry for some reason. I don't think it's my screen, since I've seen it on another one. Maybe it's intentional, but it doesn't have all that much of a good effect on me.
Except those little things, the whole thing is badass. Using primary colours for superhero? Check. Epic stare into the camera? Check. Turbulent mist for implying that something really cool is happening? Check. All in all, I applaud you.
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Personally, I think it's perfect-the right amount of smoothness and energy. I wouldn't want to change Billy's lighting at all. With just a hint of backlighting, and color from the sides...the whole thing is magic.