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Billy Numerous

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Tarnation! That ol’ Billy Numerous is a whole gaggle of grief! Able to create numerous copies of himself, Billy Numerous is trouble times ten. Billy studied at the Hive Academy, and then fancied off on his own for a spell.

But Cyborg turned the tables of the multiplying menace when he forced Billy to create one too many copies. And ol’ Billy snapped right back into his lonesome ol’ self.

Billy Numerous later allied himself with the “Hive Five,” a mischievous group of fellow Hive Academy students. So far, their collective efforts have met with little success.

  • Billy Numerous appeared briefly in DECEPTION; This is his first ‘full’ appearance; Billy was created for the animated series.
  • Jason Marsden – the voice of Billy Numerous – has done a lot of voice work in animation; Jason provides the voice of Snapper Carr on “Justice League” as well as Firefly on “The Batman.” Jason also starred as a young Burt Ward [who played Robin] in the TV Movie, “Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt” in 2003.

Producer/Story Editor  David Slack on the Hive Academy kids: “All those characters were used in season three’s DECEPTION. So we had all these designs. It’s hard to design great characters and those were all such great designs. They were sitting there waiting to be used. Kevin Michael Richardson did the voice for Seemore, and I think that’s what made Seemore just so funny. He got even funnier in my opinion, because of Kevin. It seemed like, if we were going to be doing an episode about a mother hindering her kids, we needed evil kids. And there were the Hive kids.”

Billy Numerous did not appear in the comic books; He was created for the animated series

Deception
Overdrive
Lightspeed

Jason Marsden as Billy Numerous



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