- I don't have to use the wisdom of Solomon to figure out... I could use some help!
- — Captain Marvel src
Billy Batson, while still attending elementary school, became a member of the Justice League through his superhero identity Captain Marvel. However, a fight between himself and Superman that was secretly engineered by Lex Luthor caused Billy to see that the main heroes of that league that he looked up to -- particularly Superman -- were no longer acting like heroes and after the fight Billy resigned his membership in order to keep his morals and idealism intact.
- Divine Empowerment: All of the powers granted collection of six by gods and figures of legend either directly or through Shazam.
- Accelerated Healing
- Clairvoyance: The ability to understand situations from many angles, including future and past consequences with superhuman clarity and accuracy.
- Divine Grace: Innate luck and divine guidance that allows finesse in actions and dealings with others.
- Eidetic Memory
- Magic Resistance
- Enhanced Intellect: Intellect and wisdom are heightened to superhuman levels. This also provides great or comprehensive knowledge in many areas, including:
- Flight: The ability to hover or soar at high speed through an act of sheer will.
- Healing: The ability to use the transformative lightning to heal others or ones self instantly.
- Indomitable Will: An incredible amount of willpower that allows perseverance in overwhelming odds and seemingly unbeatable situations.
- Self-Sustenance: The ability to survive without sleep, food, water, or air.
- Superhuman Speed: The ability to run or fly at incredible rates of speed.
- Superhuman Reflexes
- Superhuman Agility
- Superhuman Stamina
- Superhuman Strength
- Teleportation: The ability to access the Rock of Eternity.
- Transformation: The ability to transform from a mortal to the entity empowered by the six.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the DC Animated Universe and is an adaptation of Captain Marvel. The original character was created by C.C. Beck and Bill Parker and first appeared in Whiz Comics #2.
- Billy Batson was voiced by Shane Haboucha, while Captain Marvel was voiced by Jerry O'Connell.
- Although Captain Marvel never appeared on-screen until "Clash", someone who looks like a slightly older Billy Batson makes a cameo appearance in the The New Superman Adventures episode "Obsession." He is among the reporters covering the fashion show early in the episode.
- The use of the lightning bolts as a weapon against Superman in "Clash" was previously used in the Elseworlds story Kingdom Come during a battle scene at the "Gulag" in issue #4.
- 24 Appearances of William Batson (DCAU)
- 3 Images featuring William Batson (DCAU)
- 1 Quotations by or about William Batson (DCAU)
- Character Gallery: William Batson (DCAU)
- Captain Marvel at dccomics.com
- Captain Marvel (DC Comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Captain Marvel at the DC Animated Universe Wiki
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