“Though it changes some elements of the Big Red Cheese's mythology, such as making Tawny Tiger a shape-changing ifrit instead of a tiger in a business suit, Smith sticks to the simple values beneath any good Shazam story.”
“Nagas hail from the Vedic/Hindu tradition; centaurs, sylphs, dryads, hamadryads, oceanids andnereids are part of Greek mythology; fairies and selkies are from Celtic and Irish mythology;anddjinn and ifrit are from the magic of old Arabia.”
“Why are nagas, centaurs, sylphs, dryads, ifrit, djin and selkies to name buta few so comparativelyunderrepresented?”
“At least not with a peri, a djinn, an ifrit, and God knows what else listening in.”
“The ifrit who guarded the front door gazed down at them with suspicious red eyes.”
“Magical creatures such as the djinni and ifrit add intriguing touches to this gritty series of war and love.”
“The companions find themselves threatened along with the Sharai by an army of ifrit.”
“The ifrit and djinni continue to manipulate things for their own unknown purposes.”
“Types of jinn include the ghul (night shade, which can change shape), the sila (which cannot change shape) and the ifrit.”
“From somewhere to the north had come a flash of Talent, not ifrit-Talent, with its pinkish purple feel, but something like that of the soarer, green, but overlaid with black, rather than with the gold he had felt from the ancient.”
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