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X-Rays Vision. Optic Blasts. See-More will give you an eyeful! Using his occular attachments, the teen terror has his sights set on supervilliany. See-More studied at the sinister Hive Academy under the tutelage of Brother Blood – where he met other students who shared his taste for treachery.

See-More teamed up with fellow undergrads Jinx, Gizmo, Mammoth and Private Hive to form the “Hive Five” – a group of criminally inclined kids. It didn’t take long for the Hive Five to clash with the Teen Titans! So far, their collective efforts have met with little success.

  • See-More and Private Hive appeared briefly in DECEPTION; MOTHER MAE-EYE features their first ‘full’ appearance – as members of the “Hive Five.”
  • Mammoth, Jinx, Gizmo, See-More and Private Hive form the “Hive Five.” In the comic book series, Mammoth, Gizmo and Jinx were members of The Fearsome Five – a criminal group that battled the Titans.
  • Kevin Michael Richardson – voice of See-More – also provides the voices for Mammoth and Trigon.

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.”

See-More did not appear in the comic books; He was created for the animated series

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Kevin Michael Richardson as See-More

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