Voice Compare » Ah! My Goddess! » Toshiyuki Aoshima
Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Toshiyuki Aoshima with sound clips and images.
Toshiyuki Aoshima is one of the antagonists in the Ah! My Goddess! franchise and is the cousin of Sayoko Mishima. Toshiyuki Aoshima is known as quite the playboy at the Nekomi Institute of Technology whom thinks of himself as a guy who could please any woman (and tries to charm Belldandy). Toshiyuki may seem like an affable guy at first but then people normally see him for the arrogant man that he is (and the severity of his actions can differ on the storyline). Toshiyuki Aoshima also is the owner of a rival Motor Club in the NIT and drives a Ferrari 288 GTO.
Created by Pokejedservo on May 24 2011, 3 Comments
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the Ah! My Goddess! VC section we have a little something for this playboy of the NIT who is none other than... TOSHIYUKI AOSHIMA! We shall begin with the 90's Animeigo English dub of the OVA in which North Carolina VA Scott Bailey was the guy to voice Toshiyuki in the OVA. Scott's voice for Toshiyuki does have a bit of a British accent which may seem a bit stereotypical but I do think that Scott's voice for the role does work for the role. Scott's performance also greatly suited Toshiyuki's persona as he definitely sounded like a punchable arrogant jerk. So in other words Scott Bailey's performance definitely got the job done and is a fine example of the voice work in the dub of the OVA.
Since Toshiyuki was not in the Ah! My Goddess! movie we will now go into the dub of the Ah! My Goddess! TV series from Media Blasters/ADV in which New York VA Marc Diraison will be the one to take over the role of Toshiyuki Aoshima. While Marc didn't go for a British accent like his NC counterpart did but Marc was able to do a smooth somewhat lower voice that definitely suited Toshiyuki's playboy style. Marc's performance also definitely suited Toshiyuki's arrogant persona rather well, basically its another fine example of Marc Diraison's work. Overall I am not sure who to pick as both of these guys did really well for this role here.